Responsible for direct supervision/management of the security staff. Manages all aspects of the DOD, DOE, or other industrial security program and other security activities, ensuring compliance with government and company security policies and procedures. Reviews and investigates non-compliance issues. Assist the Agency with the implementation of its Personnel Security Program.
Requires Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and eight to ten years of related experience, supervisory/management experience and ability to obtain a security clearance. Knowledge of DOD, DOE, or other industrial security program and in-depth knowledge of the DOD, DOE, or other government security regulatory manuals. Must have successfully completed the CDSE on-line training course, “Introduction to Personnel Security” prior to assuming their position. Must have a history of demonstrated successful experience in performing personnel security activities including, but not limited to: 1) Successful completion of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Intelligence Community Directive 704, Adjudications Seminar, after successfully completing the on-line course. 2) Personnel assigned to a PSS position MUST successfully complete the required training on the Defense Management Data Center (DMDC) website for Verifying Official in order to operate and issue Common Access Card equipment. This training MUST be completed within 10 business days of being assigned to a PSS position. Additionally, two individuals will be identified as Site Security Managers, which requires additional training that MUST be completed within the same 10 business day requirement above. 3) Must successfully complete the CDSE on line training for Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) within 30 days of being assigned to a PSS position. 4) Must successfully complete the CDSE on line training for JPAS within 10 days of being assigned to a PSS position. 5) Must successfully complete the CDSE on line training Introduction to DoD Personnel Security Adjudication PS001.18 within 60 days of being assigned to a PSS position.
Base-line professional business functions: 1) Possess the energy, experience, and subject matter expertise to demonstrate sound judgment, foresight and problem solving skills in a fast-pace S&T RDT&E environment; 2) Possess excellent organizational and communication skills; demonstrating an ability to communicate, interact easily and effectively with a wide variety of individuals and echelons in both written and verbal forms; 3) Manage and maintain detailed information and documentation; 4) Excellent research, data-gathering skills with an ability to interpret/analyze complex information within operational Research & Development (R&D) / Science & Technology (S&T) environments; 5) Work independently, as well as in a team environment, within the bounds and guidelines of the organization; 6) Attend meetings (either out-of-area or locally) and create meeting summaries or trip reports; 7) Prepare and submit Meeting Minutes on an as-required basis; 8) Prepare/present briefings, incorporating graphics (if appropriate) for/to Agency leadership; 9) Prepare various security forms associated with their duties; 10) Assist in entry control and perform escort duties for visitors; 11) Answer telephones and other modes of administrative communications in the performance of duties; 12) Perform self-inspections, identify security discrepancies, and report security incidents; 13) Perform, or support, security inspections, identify security discrepancies, prepare reports; 14) Perform courier duties within the continental United States (CONUS); 15) Perform user-level security administrator and information security responsibilities as required and in compliance with US Codes, Executive Orders, and DoD and Agency policy in addition to their core duties; 16) Perform objective reviews on all documentation encountered during performance of duties; 17) In conjunction with other contract Subject Matter Experts (SME), perform Quality Control (QC) reviews of all documentation provided to the Government. These QC reviews will encompass technical content, critical thinking, analysis, and problem-solving, proper use of spelling/grammar, and use of proper delivery format (including required reference/back-up materials) to ensure the highest professional standards are applied
Core Responsibilities: 1) Collect and protect personal identifiable information (PII) IAW PII and Privacy guidelines. 2) Review background information prior to an individual’s information for final adjudication submission. 3) Update appropriate personnel database(s), handle phone inquiries, and protect the dissemination of adverse information reports. 4) Compose, analyze, edit, QC, transmit, and track security requests and input data into appropriate personnel database(s). 5) Conduct liaison with CAFs, DoD, and IC agencies to coordinate clearance issues. 6) Update account authorizations for the appropriate personnel database(s). 7) Assist in training new personnel on procedures involving personnel security issues. 8) Review personnel security packages and, when required, draft, and initiate staffing of waiver request documentation to appropriate security authorities.
Years of Experience
ManTech International Corporation is comprised of approximately 7,300 talented employees who use advanced technology to help government and industry meet some of their greatest challenges around the world. We adhere to the simple, no-nonsense values on which ManTech was founded more than four decades ago, aligning squarely with the mission objectives of our customers. As our customer base continues to expand and diversify, we continue to diversify our workforce and solutions. Nearly half our employees have a military background, and approximately 70 percent hold a government security clearance. As a leading provider of innovative technology services and solutions for the nation's defense, security, health, space, and intelligence communities; we hold nearly 1,100 active contracts with more than 50 different government agencies.