Job Description

The FSO will be responsible for the oversight of day-to-day security procedures and processes that support the company, as well as multiple government agencies. This position could require response/access 24/7 to complete specific security and access tasks. Duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  
     
  • Responsible  for ensuring proper industrial security procedures are followed in  accordance with the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual  (NISPOM), internal customer policy and applicable government regulations  and directives.
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  • Process  clearance paperwork for both initial and periodic investigations of  government security clearances.
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  • Submit  Investigation request via JPAS (NISS)/e-QIP.
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  • Coordinate  and schedule investigations with OPM and applicant/employee.
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  • Create  and maintain personnel security files/folders.
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  • Courier  documents between corporate office, remote, and customer facilities as  needed.
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  • Conduct  security indoctrinations, briefings, debriefings and security education.
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  • Process  all incoming/outgoing visit certifications and maintain visitor control  database.
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  • Issue  courier authorizations, facility badges, and maintain key control.
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  • Conduct  IA security briefings and process system access requests.
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  • Schedule  indoctrinations and polygraph examinations.
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  • Maintain  liaison with facilities, logistics, operations, corporate offices, local  law enforcement, and IC communities.
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  • Prepare  and maintain records for DSS inspections.
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  • Continuously  update documentation, such as the Insider Threat Program/Policy.
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  • Oversee  new security applications and periodic reinvestigations for employees as  required.
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  • Assist  in managing the Shared Services/Integrated Security Services group.
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  • Maintain  auditable files and processes, collect and provide metric data to senior  management. Be the liaison with the Defense Security Service (DSS)  representative for the AbleVets HQ office CAGE Code as well as subsidiary  Cage Codes, as necessary.
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  • Have a  positive history of supporting DSS audits/reviews and corrective action as  necessary.
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  • Support  and comply with all customer contractual security requirements.
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  • Provide  support as necessary for NIST 800-171 - Protecting Controlled Unclassified  Information for Nonfederal Systems and Organizations.
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  • Support  business development and proposal requirements.
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  • Other  administrative tasks as assigned
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Qualifications

  
     
  • Bachelor’s  degree and 7- 10 years of experience
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  • Must  have managed a multi-disciplined corporate security staff of 2-3 security  professionals
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  • Hold  current FSO position with minimum of 5 years of continuous experience  administering multiple programs at TS/SCI level; 7-10 years of experience  as a Cleared Defense Contractor working in corporate and government  environments as a security officer
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  • Certificate  of Completion from the DSS Academy FSO Course and experience as an FSO
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  • Knowledge  of Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
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  • Strong  oral and written communication skills.
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  • Strong,  detail-oriented analytical and critical thinking skills.
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Desired or Preferred Qualifications:

    
     
  • CSSO,  CISSP or CISM experience desired
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  • Construction  and Management of SCIF build outs is desired
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The Buffalo Groups is an Equal Opportunity Employer - Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

     
     

Application Instructions

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