Security Clearance:  Active Top Secret (TS) Clearance; Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) eligible 





The Director of Security is responsible for Corporate; Industrial; Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI) mitigation; and SCI security programs for the company. The Director of Security supports daily security operations and enforces corporate compliance with all government regulations and requirements to ensure the facility is operating in accordance with the 32 CFR Part 117 (aka NISPOM). The Director of Security will ensure proper management of security facilities, oversee processing of personnel clearances, conduct employee security briefings and annual security training, and ensure proper access control for all company facilities. The Director of Security is responsible for the implementation the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) FOCI mitigation proxy holder compliance activities and advises the Government Security Committee on all FOCI mitigation matters. As the Contractor Program Security Officer (CSPO), the individual will administer routine aspects of Industrial Security Programs and support Special Access Programs and SCI Programs in compliance with 32 CFR Part 117, DoDM 5105.21 volumes, ICD 705, and other applicable government security directives.




         Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent experience) and 5+ years direct related experience with DoD Industrial Security

         At least 5 years of experience as a Contractor Program Security Officer (CPSO)

         Completion of FSO Program Management for Possessing Facilities Curriculum certification

         Must be a US citizen

         Active Top Secret Clearance; Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) eligible 

         Current Top Secret/SCI and SAP experience

         Requires thorough understanding and working knowledge of 32 CFR Part 117, DoDM 5205 series, DoDM 5105.21 series, DCID and Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) security standards

         Proficient with DISS, NISS, e-EQIP, SWFT, ACCS, and DIAS and has ability to become proficient with any new government security software or system

         Requires thorough understanding and working knowledge of OPSEC, personnel, industrial, physical and Information Security principles

         Requires thorough understanding and working knowledge of DD-254 Implementation Requirements

         Ability to perform physical, personnel and administrative security responsibilities for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) operations

         Ability to complete the following:

-       Develop, review, coordinate, and execute Program Security documents to include: Fixed Facility Checklist (FFC), Standard Operating Procedures, Emergency Action Plans (EAPs), Self-Inspections, and Co-Use Agreements

-       Operate and maintain a document control system and conduct annual inventories

-       Review and evaluate security locking mechanisms, Access Control systems (ACS), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), and TEMPEST countermeasures

         Knowledge/experience to manage a Communications Security (COMSEC) account

         Knowledge/experience required of an Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO)

         Experience in Foreign Ownership, Control, or Influence (FOCI) mitigated environments by:   

-       Ensuring the Facility’s officers, directors, and employees comply with the provisions of the FOCI mitigation agreement

-       Serving as primary point of contact between the DCSA Industrial Security Representative/DCSA FOCI Mitigation Branch and the company team

-       Assisting the Government Security Committee (GSC) in the development and implementation of the Electronic Communication Plan (ECP), Affiliate Operations Plan (AOP), Technology Control Plan (TCP), and Visitation Procedures

-       Ensuring the Affiliated Services being provided between the FOCI Company and the Affiliates have been approved in advance by the GSC and DCSA

         Possesses strong written/verbal communication skills

         Ability to interact with C-suite level personnel

         Excellent proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint)


Essential Job Functions:


         Develops, implements, and administers security plans, programs, and policies for the program/project personnel and facilities; manages 32 CFR Part 117, DoDM 5105 series, and ICD-related Program Security requirements to include physical, information, and personnel matters

         Ensures the effective implementation of the DCSA FOCI mitigation agreement; serves as principal advisor to the GSC, and maintains day-to-day oversight to ensure all Affiliated Services, Facility Location Plans, Technology Control Plans, Electronic Communication Plans, and Visitation Procedures are fully implemented and effectively mitigate FOCI

         Assists the Chairman of the GSC with preparation of materials, development of the agenda, and presentation of reports for the quarterly GSC meeting

         Performs all Personnel Security activities/processes to assist in obtaining and maintaining individual security clearances, and accesses and maintains personnel security databases

         Conducts inquiries for security incidents; investigates and reports security violations; writes and maintains incident reports; and ensures compliance with government and company regulations/requirements

         Develops, implements, and administers a security education program to include employee security in-briefings, debriefings, refresher briefings, annual security awareness training and OPSEC program requirements; performs indoctrination briefings for newly assigned personnel to SCI programs

         Coordinates with outside enforcement authorities (DCSA, FBI, etc.) for periodic educational briefings on latest security threats to our industry

         Performs all required functions for proper personnel badging and/or CAC access at work locations

         Supports day-to-day physical security of building-controlled areas/classified activities

         Manages access control system (ACS) and Intrusion Detection System (IDS) to include badging, training of newly assigned personnel, alarm responses, and ensures maintenance/certification of alarm systems

         Develops and maintains comprehensive security Standard Operating Procedures outlining security policies and guidance for conducting collateral and SCI activities within geographically separated facilities

         Participates in compliance assessment reviews and performs self-inspections to ensure compliance with government and company regulations/requirements; identifies deficiencies and recommends corrective actions, as required

         Receives and reviews DD254’s issued to the company and coordinates internally and with appropriate government customers and prime contractors as necessary to ensure implementation of security requirements

         Interacts with the company’s Contracts and Procurement offices to ensure compliance with all prime and subcontractors security requirements, including the completion and tracking of all DD254s

         Prepares, reviews, and issues DD254’s for subcontractors as necessary; manages subcontractors to ensure security compliance with government regulations/requirements

         Manages the company’s COMSEC Program, and ensures maintenance and accountability of COMSEC material

         Coordinates with ISSM and ISSO to ensure security policies and procedures follow company, government, and customer’s requirements

         Serves as the Insider Threat Program Senior Official (ITPSO) and establishes and executes the insider threat program