An AT/PSC/CP Officer is a security professional who provides a variety of support relating to force protection, physical security countermeasures, contingency planning, and response force exercise coordination efforts. This officer also provides support for the planning and implementation of new and modification of existing integrated electronic and IT-based physical security management systems for use at Government facilities.
AT/PSC/CP tasks include:
a. Conduct vulnerability assessments of Customer related facilities and prepare detailed findings documentation for review and approval by the USG;
b. Develop contingency plans related to emergency activities to prepare and respond to emerging threats and incidents affecting the Customer for review and approval by the USG;
c. Make recommendations, using risk management principles, for sound mitigation techniques using proven and field-tested systems;
d. Interact and coordinate activities related to AT/PSC/CP with a wide variety of Customer headquarters and field offices for proper integration and implementation of developed plans, with review and approval of the USG;
e. Conduct AT/PSC review for modifications to existing facilities and for the acquisition of Government-owned and leased facilities supporting Customer missions; preparing detailed reporting documentation, to include assessment findings, prioritized recommendations, and related guidance for USG approval;
f. Work with various security and facilities staffs to ensure the use of AT/PSC best practices in acquisition, lease, or modification to Customer facilities;
g. Plan and conduct USG approved AT/PSC/CP exercises and related training;
h. Provide professional briefings and indoctrinations to military and civilian audiences at various organizational levels
i. Conduct policy research, and make recommendations, covering new tactics, techniques, and procedures;
j. Perform short-term (90 days or less) Temporary Duty (TDY) CONUS and OCONUS travel;
k. Conduct market research, investigate existing, new, and emerging technologies by attending (at Government discretion) key trade shows, symposiums, working groups, etc. and interacting with vendors, engineers, developers, and other users in order to gain knowledge of state of the art and state of the industry information and make recommendations to the Customer .
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
8+ years of relevant experience
The AT/CPO Level III position is subject matter expert (SME) security professional. Included within the years of relevant experience must be the following:
a. At least 2 years working with physical security aspects of building construction;
b. Practical knowledge and experience of variety of anti-terrorism and force protection principles, physical security countermeasure practices and contingency planning methodology;
c. Practical knowledge and experience implementing physical security principles related to force protection, emergency response planning, and facility security countermeasures;
d. Practical knowledge and experience applying anti-terrorism and force protection principles;
e. Practical knowledge and experience with IT-based security management systems, to include but not limited to: Closed Circuit TV (CCTV), physical access control, and intrusion detection systems;
f. Experience performing AT/PSC/CP assessment of Government facilities, sites, and locations. The assessment includes but is not limited to vulnerability and threat analysis;
g. Experience determining countermeasures based on risk analysis;
h. Practical knowledge and experience with physical security aspects of building construction, to include working with blue prints and related technical construction documents.
i. Demonstrated experience implementing physical security principles related to force protection, emergency response planning, and facility security countermeasures;
j. Real world practice and experience applying anti-terrorism and force protection principles;
k. Experience performing AT/PSC/CP assessment of Government facilities, sites, and locations. The assessment includes but is not limited to vulnerability and threat analysis;
l. Experience determining countermeasures based on risk analysis;
m. Experience with IT-based security management systems, to include but not limited to: Closed Circuit TV (CCTV), physical access control, and intrusion detection systems;
n. Experience with Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement agencies, personnel, and procedures e.g. Unified Facilities Code, US Army Corp of Engineers and other guidance and documentation on force protection construction and engineering;
o. Experience with physical security aspects of building construction, to include working with blue prints and related technical construction documents
p. Knowledge of the following:
· Knowledge of anti-terrorism and force protection principles, physical security countermeasure practices and contingency planning methodology;
· Knowledge of Defense Threat Reduction Agency and assessment team activities;
· Knowledge of DoD AT/FP regulations, guidance, and benchmarks.
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