Company: System High Corporation
Posted on: September 21, 2022
Hill AFB, UT - Ogden, UT
Duties & Responsibilities:
The Security Specialist performs security services in all the
specialized security areas (personnel, information, physical,
operational, OPSEC, COMSEC), applying incident management, problem
solving, task performance and producing finished documentation,
e.g., reports, special studies, policy and procedure development,
security designs, training programs and assessments. Provides
research and technical support to projects, producing solutions and
documentation. Monitors project tasks and schedules. Completes
other duties as assigned.
- Provide direct support and assistance in day-to-day
administration and oversight responsibilities of all classified
- Assist in the development and implementation of local policies
and procedures in accordance with applicable directives, to include
overall security management and guidance to the Wing, subordinate
units, and supported units involved in STO, AF SAP, SCI, and
collateral classified activities.
- Security Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) & Operating
Instructions (OI). Develop and maintain comprehensive SOPs and OIs
outlining the security policies and guidance for conducting STO, AF
SAP, SCI, ACCM and collateral classified activities.
- Self-Reviews. Perform comprehensive annual or semiannual
self-reviews, as applicable, for STO, AF SAP, SCI, ACCM and
collateral security programs using the appropriate inspection
checklists provided by the respective program's Cognizant Security
Authority (CSA) and/or policy directives.
- Security Incidents. Identify, report, investigate (if
applicable) and document security incidents (violations,
infractions, and inadvertent disclosures) of 505 CCW and/or
subordinate units STO, AF SAP, SCI, ACCM and collateral classified
activities in accordance with the provisions outlined in applicable
security policy directives.
- Continuity Books. Develop and maintain comprehensive continuity
books identifying points of contact, outlining guidance and
procedures, and providing specific examples for executing the
following security mission areas, as applicable: information
security, personnel security, physical security, information
systems security, COMSEC, OPSEC, industrial security, foreign
disclosure, SETA, and systems administration.
- Exercise/Event Support. Assist in scheduling resources,
manning, and planning required to support Wing-sponsored/hosted
exercises and events. Attend planning conferences and meetings,
participate in security site surveys, and interface with host-based
offices to acquire support for event security. Develop and
coordinate security concepts of operation and/or Memorandums of
Agreement (MOA) unique to the exercise/event environment and
participants. Develop and maintain a database to track computer
system Approvals to Operate (ATO) and MOAs for all event
- USM Handbooks, Documents, and Records. Ensure USM Handbooks
contain all required information in accordance with local policy,
and documents and records are readily accessible during security
- Facility Security Management. Provide Security and Facility
Management functions IAW local policy. Maintain all records
including SCI indoctrination, network accreditations, SCI Special
Security Representative, and Facility Manager handbooks. Perform
security-related Emergency Manager duties during elevated Threat
Conditions and natural disasters (i.e., hurricanes, tropical
storms, snowstorms, floods, etc.).
- Classification and Marking. Assist unit members and visitors in
the proper classification and marking of all collateral information
produced within the Wing.
- TS Accountability. Maintain multiple databases consisting of
all accountable collateral documents and magnetic media (hard
drives, compact discs, etc.) stored within each applicable
facility, as well as those created, transmitted, transferred and /
or destroyed by assigned personnel. Conduct annual and
change-of-custodian audit / inventories of TS accountable
information, the results of which will be documented and the
- Classified Reproduction. Monitor reproduction equipment and
provide guidance to all personnel on the proper procedures for
reproducing classified documents.
- Classified Destruction. Provide guidance on proper procedures
for the destruction of classified information.
- Records / Safe Custodian. Serve as custodian for security
related records and safes used for the storage of classified
material as well as those protected by the Privacy Act of 1974.
- Personnel Folders. Prepare and maintain PSFs for assigned
personnel. Upon termination of clearance / access due to permanent
change of station / assignment (PCS / PCA), retirement, etc.,
information maintained in the individual's respective PSF will be
electronically archived within 10 duty days and all hard-copy
- Indoctrination and Debrief Paperwork. Upon receipt of access
approval (or subsequent debrief), the contractor shall prepare the
appropriate paperwork and schedule time for the nominee to receive
a formal indoctrination briefing and initial security training.
Process all signed forms in accordance with established local
procedures, and maintain within the individual's respective PSF or
archive, as appropriate.
- Briefings. Perform indoctrination briefings, annual refresher
training briefings, foreign travel briefings, and program
debriefings, as required.
- Database Management. Continuously monitor personnel security
databases to ensure access rosters are current and assigned
military, civilian and contractor personnel maintain the minimum
eligibility requirements outlined in established directives.
- Visit Notifications / Certifications. Prepare and forward, as
appropriate, visit notifications / certifications for assigned
military, Government civilian, and contractor personnel performing
temporary duty at locations off station; and monitor similar visit
notifications / certifications for visiting military, civilian and
- Security Clearances / Investigations. Ensure assigned military,
civilian and contractor personnel have appropriate security
clearances and investigations for positions held, before access is
granted. Verify all clearance eligibility / access in JPAS.
- SCI Access Requests. Assist in managing personnel security
policies and procedures for obtaining and maintaining SCI
- Clearance / Access Termination. Ensure individuals that no
longer require a clearance or access to classified information or
facilities complete AF Form IMT 2587, Security Termination
Statement and are properly debriefed and access is removed in JPAS,
- JPAS / JCAVS. Complete electronic in-processing as owning
agency for military and civilian personnel and servicing agency for
contractor personnel. Update JPAS for completion of a SF-312, NDA,
for all personnel and document appropriate access in JPAS based on
- Restricted Area Badges (RAB). Assist to ensure commanders and
designated personnel maintain proper area access to controlled /
restricted areas covered by the host base RAB program.
- Records Management. Perform as record custodians for security
files and documents
- Facility Accreditation. Ensure SCIFs, collateral controlled /
open storage areas, and Temporary Secure Working Areas (TSWA)
comply with the physical security standards outlined in ICD 705,
and / or all other applicable directives and established host base
- EAP. Develop and maintain comprehensive EAPs to establish
procedures and outline responsibilities of assigned personnel for
safeguarding classified information during an emergency.
- Facility Access. Provide oversight of entry control into secure
facilities by controlling the movement of permanent party, students
and visitors via electronic security systems and performing escort
duties, as necessary.
Information Systems Security
- Provide support and assistance in day-to-day administration of
the Information Systems Security program. Provide certified
professionals commensurate with their responsibilities in
accordance with DoD Directive 8140.01 and DoD 8570.01-M and perform
- Provide ISSO support for network interconnections to include
releasable classified network connections.
- Training. Assist with documenting initial training for all
personnel prior to granting access to any classified IS.
- RMF - Continuous Monitoring Program. Participate in the
development and / or modification of the computer environment
cybersecurity program and requirements according to DoD and AF
Directives, Instructions, or Manuals.
Operations Security (OPSEC)
- OPSEC Plan. Develop and maintain comprehensive OPSEC plans and
CIL, which identify specific unit responsibilities and describes
how to implement an OPSEC program.
- OPSEC Training. Provide OPSEC training oversight, develop and
update OPSEC awareness training material for unique organizational
activities to supplement standard training material, and conduct
and document required training for assigned personnel.
Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA)
- SETA Scope / Responsibilities. Provide direct support and
assistance in day-to-day administration of the overall SETA program
in accordance with applicable policy directives and local
- Industrial Security Scope / Responsibilities. Assist in
maintaining a current listing of the key on-base management
officials and other applicable parties.
Other Assigned Tasks and Duties, as Necessary. (7.5%).
- Participate in cross-training and assist with the training of
new personnel, as directed.
- Submit time and expense reports per Company protocols, comply
with Company and contract policies and procedures, support other
duties as assigned by PM or Company Leadership.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Ability to work as a team member, communicate, perform office
functions, and use office tools, customer focus and deliver
- Ability to perform specialized functions such as information
security, personnel security, physical security, OPSEC, SETA, and
foreign disclosure with little to no supervision
- Skilled in developing and maintaining comprehensive SOPs and
OIs, Continuity Books, handbooks, documents, and records outlining
the security policies and guidance
- Skilled in SAF / IAPD, ACC / A3TS, and USAFWC
- Strong knowledge of ICD 705 and ICD 703
- Personnel designated as the Construction Security Manager (CSM)
are highly skilled in SCIF facility construction to include
developing and integrating CSP throughout the phases of
- Strong knowledge of SAP processes and ability to execute SAP
security best practices
- Knowledge of JPAS / JCAVS system to complete electronic
in-processing as owning agency for military and civilian personnel
and servicing agency for contractor personnel
- Knowledgeable of applicable policies and directives governing
information security, industrial security, personnel security,
physical security, OPSEC, SETA, and foreign disclosure
Minimum Years' Experience and Minimum Education:
- 9 year's relevant experience (3 specialized)
- Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
- A minimum of Secret Clearance
- System High Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race,
color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender,
gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital
status, veteran status, disability, genetic information,
citizenship status, or membership in any other group protected by
federal, state or local law.
- Equal opportunity legal notices can be viewed on the following
PDF's: EEO is the Law, EEO is the Law Supplementand Pay
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