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This position will support in the management of the COMSEC account for the Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems facility at Moorestown, NJ, servicing the needs of multiple programs handling classified and sensitive information using secure voice and data networks.
Administer accountable COMSEC per NSA/CSS Policy Manual 3-16, and other Department of Defense issuances such as National Security Systems Instruction (CNSSI) and National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM).
Use the National Security Agency required tool, Distributed INFOSEC Accounting System (DIAS), for maintaining COMSEC material control.
Ensure tracking, transfer and destruction of Controlled Cryptographic Items (CCI's) and COMSEC keying material, to include semiannual inventories.
Accomplish physical accounting of all COMSEC and CCI, train, consult with, and assist users with keying material and equipment acquisition, installation, keying and maintenance according to the applicable doctrine.
Administer and record COMSEC-required briefings.
Obtain rulings, interpretations, and acceptable deviations for compliance with regulations from government agencies and NSA.
Identify, investigate, document and report COMSEC incidents to proper authority.
Support network operations of the NSA type 1 network encryption equipment through collaboration with IT staff.
As needed, prepare operation manuals outlining COMSEC regulations, establish COMSEC procedures for handling, storing, keeping records, and for granting personnel access to COMSEC materials.
Assist with implementation of Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) implementation. Manage classified material and multiple containers in the dedicated COMSEC work area, to include destruction of superseded keying material.
Operate systems processing classified information related to COMSEC operations.
Correspond with the National Security Agency as required, maintain the Defense Courier Service (DCS) account, and physically transport COMSEC materials to and from the DCS station approximately an hour's drive from the facility.
Partner with internal organizations, external customers and cybersecurity teammates, and be prepared for an audit by the Defense Security Service or National Security Agency at all times.
Maintain effective relationships with business leadership, functional counterparts at other facilities, government contracting activities, federal oversight and partnering agencies.
Comply with all security policies and contractual requirements that apply to company and program operations.
Interface with US Government representatives to address security concerns, requirements, compliance, etc.
On occasion, work extended hours (other than normal business hours) to support contractual requirements to meet customer needs.
Assist the facility ISSM in preparation and maintenance of security Assessment and Authorization documentation (e.g., IA SOP, SSP, RAR, SCTM) and compliance of the collateral cybersecurity program.
Accomplish other duties as assigned.
Final Secret clearance.
Demonstrated Communications Security (COMSEC) experience, servicing the needs of multiple programs handling classified and sensitive information using secure voice and data networks.
Familiarity with COMSEC per NSA/CSS Policy Manual 3-16, and other Department of Defense issuances such as National Security Systems Instruction (CNSSI) and National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM).
Training or experience with the National Security Agency required tool, DIAS, for maintaining COMSEC material control.
Ability to assist users with keying material and equipment acquisition, installation, keying and maintenance according to the applicable doctrine.
Operate a motor vehicle for occasional business travel, including local courier runs within a hour's drive on a monthly basis.
Experience preparing for and participating in audits by the Defense Security Service and/or National Security Agency.
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