SAIC is looking for a Facility Security Analyst. The primary function is to provide multi-discipline security support of the customer’s Special Access Programs (SAPs). The position will provide “day-to-day” multi-discipline analysis for Collateral, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and Special Access Program (SAP) activities.
Ensure strict adherence to the provisions of the DOD Security Manual’s, ICD/DCID, ICD, and SAP policy
Assist in developing and executing approved policies and procedures for safeguarding Special Access Program (SAP), Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and collateral data in support of US military operations
Provide day-to-day security support that includes continuous assessment of procedures to identify shortfalls and provide appropriate recommendations for revising and improving security policies, procedures, and systems
Identify vulnerabilities, threats, and risks to test, training, and operational activities
Assist in developing, implementing, and training the Operations Security program
Assist in providing contractor and subordinate facility assistance and oversight
Brief all levels of personnel, both in the government and senior civilian services, on a variety of security related topics
Conduct and document SAP facility compliance reviews, follow-on facility reviews, and facility close-outs
Monitor, report and track all corrective actions resulting from compliance reviews
Ensure timely notification of pertinent security matters to program technical and management staff
Conduct exploration of any loss, compromise, or suspected compromise of classified and/or sensitive information, including conducting preliminary inquiries and generating damage assessments resulting from the loss of classified information.
Coordinate with SAP security personnel to ensure lessons learned are incorporated into the curriculum for the SAP security education & awareness program
Provide leadership, mentoring, and oversight of team members
Bachelors degree and ten (10) or more years of experience, or 12 or more years of experience in lieu of degree.
Must be familiar with security policy/manuals and the appropriate ICD/DCIDs and other guiding policy documents
Must have the ability to work in a dynamic environment and effectively interact with numerous DOD, military/civilian personnel and industry partners
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel)
Possess a high degree of originality, creativity, initiative requiring minimal supervision
Willingness to travel within the organizational geographic Area of Responsibility (AOR) (note - could be extensive, and will include both air and ground transportation)
Current Top Secret Clearance with SCI eligibility
Eligibility for access to Special Access Program Information
Willingness to submit to a polygraph