Industrial Security Analyst

Engility Corporation Arlington , VA 22201

Posted 2 months ago

SAIC is seeking an Industrial Security Specialist in Rosslyn, VA to support the Army National Guard and the broader military intelligence community on the Military Intelligence Services Support (MISS) Contract.

Note: This role offers limited, temporary work from home/ remote/ virtual work at home due to COVID-19. Eventually the work will go back on site in government facilities in Rosslyn, VA.

Job Duties:

  • Develops and administers industrial security programs and procedures for the United States Army National Guard (ARNG) Intelligence and Security Directorate (G-2).

  • Maintain the security and privacy of different types of Controlled Unclassified and classified information

  • Will engage directly with ARNG G-2 Security Division Branch Chiefs, other ARNG stakeholders, and Team SAIC sub-contractors as required.

  • Assists ARNG G-2 and Team SAIC (including sub-contractors) with drafting, staffing, submitting, and tracking DD-254s in support of the MISS contract.

  • Implements applicable portions of the NISPOM in support of SCIF construction and management of Closed Areas

Required Education and Experience

  • HS/GED and ten (10) years of experience OR Bachelors and six (6) years or more of related experience; Masters and four (4) years or more experience; PhD and 0 years related experience

  • Must be able to be able to obtain a SFPC Certification

  • Active Secret clearance with the ability to obtain a Top Secret/SCI

  • Experience with conducting security surveys and conducting assessments of open storage areas

  • Experience with conducting preliminary information security inquiries

  • JPAS/DISS experience to include daily use, running reports, in/out processing of personnel, uploading documents into various databases and knowledge of reporting derogatory information and foreign travel

  • Experience with completing DD 254s

  • Knowledgeable of the DoD Manual Number 5200.01, Volume 1, DoD Information Security Program

  • Knowledgeable of the National Industrial Program Operating Manual (NISPOM)

  • Completed CDSE/STEPP training in Introduction to Information Security, Unauthorized Disclosure of Classified Information for DoD and Industry, Derivative Classification, Disposal and Destruction of Classified Information, Security Incidents Reporting Requirements, Transmission and Transportation for DoD, Identifying and Safeguarding Personal Identifiable Information

  • Strong customer service skills and focus on protecting classified information

  • Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills.

  • Possess strong analytic and communication skills, work well independently without nearby corporate support

  • Must be able to travel up to 10%.

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Industrial Security Analyst

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