SAIC is seeking an Industrial Security Analyst to provide recommendations to the Government on facility designs regarding the storage of sensitive materials, existing and updating security procedures, and security standards.
This position will provide assessments to develop security policies, prepare reports, and ensure security policies are current.
ActiveTS/SCI with CI Poly
MS in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Counterintelligence, Criminal Justice (or related field), Electrical Engineering, Logistics, Security, or a technical discipline and 8 years of related experience OR a BS in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Counterintelligence, Criminal Justice (or related field), Electrical Engineering, Logistics, Security, or a technical discipline and 10 years of related experience.
Strong analytical skills, including construction analysis, with concentration on the IC in evaluating physical, technical, procedural, counterintelligence and countermeasures
Demonstrated expertise of security related functions within the IC and experience with diplomatic building structures, systems and technical countermeasures along with their associated maintenance procedures.
Experience managing and applying processes/standards for secure Federal facility project planning, blocking and stacking, design, and construction.
Experience with DoS OSPB 12 Foreign Affairs Handbook (FAH)-6 standards dealing with political violence, indigenous, and transnational terrorism.
In-depth knowledge of all phases of OSPB security standards with detailed knowledge of Personnel Security, Counterintelligence Awareness, and Physical Security standards.
Ability to perform periodic travel both domestically and overseas. Overseas Federal experience highly desired.
Strong critical thinking skills and the ability to integrate security architecture and protocols through enterprise-wide coordination.
Demonstrated strong diversity awareness, understanding and respect for cultural differences.