Industrial Security Analyst 3
Successful candidate will be responsible for various industrial security program components (e.g., personnel clearances, international security, document control, security education, etc.) Will assist with writing the security related procedures. Applicant may be assigned as the Site's Alternate CPSO. Selected candidate will be required to participate on the site's Emergency Response Team (ERT) and will be required to successfully complete a 40-hour OSHA training course within six months of hire. Candidate will interface with customer representatives, vendors, etc. on a daily basis.
Bachelors and 6 years' experience in the security field; or Masters and 4 years experience in the security field; experience accepted in lieu of degree. Experience to include working knowledge of the NISPOM and related regulations.
Ability to obtain/maintain a DoD Secret clearance with ability to obtain/maintain a Top Secret level.
Secret or TS clearance.
This position interacts with Government and customer representatives (DSS, Navy, etc.), therefore good communications skills (written and verbal) required.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite products.
Familiarity with JAFAN and SAP.
Working knowledge of classified AIS and ODAA.
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