Security Officer - TS/SCI w/ poly required

Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Alice Springs, Australia

REQ#: RQ62466

Travel Required: None
Requisition Type: Regular

**Position requires an in-scope TS/SCI clearance and polygraph.**

Job Description

The Security Administrative Specialist provides support to the Office of Security and Counterintelligence (OS&CI) senior managers in areas of division and operational administrative security functions. The services shall support the offices of the agency and others as required.


  • Maintain tracking records and filing systems; archives files as necessary
  • Recommend new administrative support processes
  • Execute agency and local Directorate/Office security in and out processing requirements
  • Issue security related equipment; records; receipts; or supplies
  • Maintain a schedule of appointments for a manager or offices
  • Schedule polygraph testing
  • Answer security related telephone calls; directs calls to the appropriate branch or office; and take messages
  • Research; records; and reports statistical analysis for historical and planning purposes
  • Provide security support for passing; verifying; and receiving clearances; confirming Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) security eligibility; processing visitor requests; processing requests for agency Badges; and processing Visit Certifications and Perm Certifications
  • Update security data; run inquiries; provide quality control; develop reports using various IC and/or DoD databases
  • Provide support coordinating; tasking and managing security action responses from internal agency; other Government; and industry organizations
  • Maintain and update appropriate security related databases
  • Provide administrative/customer support duties for access control and physical security support to the agency Headquarter buildings
  • Issue and manage badges for Headquarters personnel and visitors
  • Update data; provide quality control; run reports; and use the Monitor Dynamics Inc. system and Lenel Systems for proper badging; Visit Request and Badging System (VRBS); Access Polygraph Investigative Collection System (APICS); and others as needed
  • Process certifications for access via fax; email; electronic message format and IC databases for visitors' access for daily visit or multiple visits up to one year
  • Assist with badge issues; provide visitors information support; directions and assist in contacting visitor POC
  • Assist with onboarding and out-processing of personnel to include badge creation for new personnel and badge destruction for departed personnel as well as assist in updating accesses for personnel
  • Assist in the set-up and conduct of the weekly briefing for new personnel introduction to the agency
  • Provide guidance and assist with security specific needs for office renovations and move management activities; such as; but not limited to; review of furniture for classified information; review of facilities for SCI Facility requirements; working with facilities and communication personnel to assist in defining requirements; scheduling moves; etc.
  • Assist with work pertaining to the procurement; inventory control; and destruction of cryptographic material utilized by the agency
  • Serve as an OS&CI Custodial Property Officer tracking security related equipment and accountable property for the respective branches
  • Conduct security in-briefings and de-briefings related to security compartmented programs and office specific programs
  • Support field offices; including polygraph; to include generating tasking lists; providing program and personnel security requests for examinations
  • Interface in person and telephonically with outside federal agencies; requesting reports; referring and scheduling examinations; and answering general questions about the agency polygraph program
  • Work with agency Program Security Officers to process requests for examinations; gather or provide information about prospective examinees
  • Research; record; and report population statistical data for analysis and planning purposes of operational polygraph travel missions
  • Collect; interpret; and produce weekly; monthly and yearly branch reports and statistics which includes multiple data reports from APICS
  • Schedule; organize; and prepare read-aheads for the adjudication board and log/prepare all customer correspondence packages from the branch for mailing
  • Provide administrative support for case tracking and provide monthly reports to management
  • Assist in development and coordination of OS&CI yearly Instructor Led Training (ILT) and Computer Based Training; to include user testing; training schedule; and advertising course offerings
  • Coordinate registration and confirmation for OS&CI ILT courses; checks clearances for students attending courses and provides day to day correspondence with students and addresses questions
  • Coordinate logistics for off-site locations; provide logistical class configurations and reproduction of course materials
  • Update and archive student training records with OS&CI provided courses
  • Execute Special Access Programs (SAP) and Integrated Joint Special Technical Operations (IJSTO) administrative security actions; in compliance with governing documents; to ensure customers are postured to support interfaces with the SAP and IJSTO communities
  • Provide classification review of SAP documents prior to release
  • Maintain billet rosters for all IJSTO accessed individuals through the agency and DoD SAPs
  • Assist in establishing and disestablishing SAP Facilities for discussion; processing and storage of sensitive program data
  • Assist customers in establishing Co-use and Joint-use Agreements as related to SAP and IJSTO programs
  • Participates in special projects as required.

This role is not yet funded

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or a related business discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training or work experience.

2-5 years of related experience in facility or industrial security administration, preferably in the government contracting industry.

Skill Set

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and standard computer applications
  • Oral and written communication skills sufficient to compose and deliver responses to customers' routine questions in a clear and concise manner
  • Knowledge of security specific systems; databases; websites; and software; including Facility and Information Security Accreditation Tool; VRBS; APICS; Scattered Castles; Joint Personnel Adjudication System or their successors
  • Experience with personnel security policies and practices
  • Experience in access control; security personnel and physical security functional areas; to include but not limited to access control software and systems; personnel security policies and procedures; and facility physical security requirements
  • Experience working in an environment with compartmented programs.
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