As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, federal civilian government, health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors.
With approximately 21,000 professionals worldwide, the company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services.
General Dynamics Information Technology is one of four business units of the General Dynamics Information Systems and Technology business segment. Headquartered in Fairfax, Va., General Dynamics Information Technology has major offices worldwide. More information about General Dynamics Information Technology is available at www.gdit.com.
Senior Security Specialist
This position is located in our OH, Fairborn facility
Under the auspices and guidance of the section Security Chief, ensure protection and safeguarding of SAP and SCI activities in the following areas: Program security management, Personnel Security, Information Security, Document control, Physical Security, Security Education and Training and Operations Security (OPSEC). The support is required to provide long-term continuity and security program protection to support unit activities.
Program Security Management Support: Provide overall security support, and other duties assigned for the management and oversight of all unit SAP/SCI activities. Responsibilities include but are not limited to; developing & implementing security policy and guidance for conducting classified operations & activities. Provides guidance and assistance to unit personnel in accordance with program directives, security classification guides (SCG), the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), Joint Air Force Army Navy (JAFAN) regulations, Intelligence Community Directives (ICD) and other applicable Department of Defense (DoD) guidance. Administer the Personnel Security Program: Advises unit personnel on current personnel security policies and procedures for obtaining and maintaining SAP/SCI/CNWDI access. Assists in managing SAP access quotas and maintains program access rosters. Prepares & reviews Program Access Requests (PAR) IAW the Special Access Program Nomination Process (SAPNP) and prepares letters of compelling need (LOCN) packages. Reviews the JPAS/DCII databases to confirm clearance information and send to visit certifications. Responsible for entering privacy act information, foreign contact/travel information and program access data into the AFAD system. Must be able to utilize the AFAD system to produce access rosters, visitor certification, program hierarchy access lists and other specialized reports. Maintain accurate unit personnel security files that contain all required documents as required. Process, review and edit unit and incoming security documentation to include but not limited to Facility Accreditations, Test Plans, DD 254s, Standard Operating Procedures, OPSEC plans and other detailed reports. Duties will require unescorted entry/work within classified facilities. Contractor may be required to open/close the classified facilities & respond to alarm situations 24/7.
Data transmission and control: Responsible for proper preparation and dispatch of classified mail packages to other agencies. Protects, transmits/receives classified materials, contractor proprietary and sensitive information via classified networks and secure fax. Shall enforce two person integrity requirements to upload/download files onto secure networks. Documents and controls all magnetic media throughout its lifecycle. Must protect all classified information and contractor proprietary/sensitive materials without incident.
Physical Security: Responsible for physical security of the unit's classified facilities to include entry control, issue badges, generate meeting rosters, conduct entry/exit checks and ensure prohibited devices are not introduced into the facilities. Contractor must be able to activate alarms, enter unit personnel into the system, conducts alarm tests and initiate guard force response tests. Maintain an accurate door/safe combination database & change cypher/lock combinations.
Operations Security (OPSEC) Program Administration: Assist in identifying OPSEC indicators, vulnerabilities & countermeasures to protect classified operations, programs and resources. Assists with the development, implementation and enforcement of OPSEC & ensures unit personnel are aware of current OPSEC concerns and unit security posture.
Security Education and Training Program Administration: Support development and implementation of SAP/SCI security education and training program that is tailored to meet specific security requirements of the unit. Develops and conducts initial, refresher and supplemental SAP/SCI security briefings and documents the training.
Other Considerations: These positions are designated Critical Sensitive and the contractor must possess an active Top Secret security clearance, based upon a Single Scope Background (SSBI or SBPR).
Requires BS/BA degree.
Requires 10+ years experience.
Individual must possess the ability and written communication skills to develop detailed security products such as: National Interest Determinations (NID), Standard Operating Procedures, security plans and facility accreditation packages. Must be familiar and functional with the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS), Air Force Access Database (AFAD), Defense Central Index of Investigations (DCII), and Industrial Security Facilities Database.
Additional experience includes protection of COMSEC information & materials. Must be eligible to be briefed to SAP/SCI on the start date of the Period of Performance.
Requires an active TS based on a SSBI and be eligible for SCI. Requires ten (10) years of experience in a Special Access Program (SAP) environment