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Job ID 2482 Date posted 05/15/2019 LocationManassas,VA, Company
The Industrial Security Specialist (ISS) will support security activities/programs including National Industrial Security Program (NISP). The ISS is responsible for assisting in the execution of Internal Security Controls through performance of compliance assessment reviews and self-inspections to ensure compliance with government and company regulations/requirements. Assists in the identification of deficiencies and recommends corrective action. Assists with Government Security Investigations (e.g., collects and analyzes data, writes reports and interviews) on personnel, processes and situations to determine level and scope of non-compliance with government and company regulations/requirements.
Coordinates and participates in the administration and coordination of one or more security programs/activities to ensure compliance with government and company security policies and procedures, Prepares and submits routine documentation to immediate supervision, Identifies program issues and implements corrective actions to identified security problems as directed, Conducts security briefings and maintains security education programs, Attends Business Unit Program Forums to identify upcoming projects, Reviews security program requirements for efficiency and standardization, Adapts or modifies standard security methods, Participates in preparation of security proposals, Communicates results of security endeavors in both verbal and written form, Participates in planning and preparations of new security programs, acts independently, guided only by very broad company policies and objectives, Partners with various government agencies to ensure corporation is compliant with directives and regulations and obtains rulings, interpretations, and acceptable deviations for compliance with regulations Organizes, coordinates, executes, and interprets required security procedures to achieve stated security goals, Monitors company compliance in specialized field, Coordinates planning and preparations of new security programs including proposal preparation, Investigates security incidents and violations relating to classified programs and establishes the basis for possible disciplinary action and write-ups, Implements corrective actions to identified problems, Interprets program requirements and applies them consistently across diverse situations, Provides security guidance in specified field and acts as liaison with specific program customer and sponsor. Administers program contractual security requirements, ensures accuracy of security databases, provides training and development to department employees and manages resources.
Broad view and understanding of security principles, Subject matter expert (SME) in one discipline/field and developing working knowledge in adjacent disciplines/fields, Fully proficient knowledge of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM), National Security Agency (NSA) Communications Security (COMSEC) 90-1 Manual, and program specific Program Security Directives (PSD)Fully proficient ability to provide leadership using functional knowledge and strong interpersonal skills, Fully proficient ability to comprehend and comply with detailed procedures and interpersonal skills, which enable successful interface with clients, program customers and program sponsors, Fully proficient knowledge of all security policies and procedures and ability to interpret security requirements and apply them consistently across diverse situations, Excellent customer service skills and ability to work independently and ability to prioritize, schedule and complete multiple tasks on time, Fully proficient ability to display appropriate discretion and judgment, Demonstrates fully proficient competence in one or more specialized areas of security. The following list areas of responsibilities:
Must be willing to travel 15% of the time.
Some after-hours /weekend work may be necessary to support priority time sensitive initiatives or computer security incident response activities.
Bachelor's degree in Administration of Justice, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement or related field or the equivalent is required plus a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience; or Master's degree plus a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience.
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
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