Security Program Analyst

Job Description With minimal guidance, provide daily securitysupport in a wide range of security functional areas that include information security, physical security, personnel security, communications security, foreign disclosure and general security administration. Essential Functions Assure compliance with established security policies and procedures and coordinates command security requirements. Analyze and research security issues, identify solutions, and communicate those solutions effectively, both orally and in writing. Develop and maintain Security Standard Operating Procedures. Provide assistance with command supported security exercises and activities. Provide securitysupport and maintain access control logs for certified spaces. Perform self-inspections of secure facilities and ensure findings are addressed and closed out or mitigated to an acceptable level of risk. Report to the Command Security Manager any security incidents and electronic spillages which include immediate containment actions and the collection of all information required for a Command Preliminary Inquiry. Job Requirements Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required. A minimum of a High School diploma and 10 years of experience is required or an Associate's degree with 4 year's of relevant; a Bachelors degree with 2 years of relevant experience will also be considered. Ability to obtain and maintain a Top Secret clearance within 6-9 months. Experience with the classification process and the handling of classified material. Must have knowledge of DoD and/or DON security policies and procedures for the proper protection, handling and marking of controlled unclassified information (CUI) and classified information. Excellent communication skills and able to liaison with outside agencies. Possess high moral character and integrity. Experience with Microsoft Office. Desired Skills Associates degree. Defense Security System training. 18-0726
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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