Physical Security Analyst
Physical Security Analyst to provide primary subject matter experts on implementation and compliance with the Navy Physical Security Program tasked to develop, conduct and update physical security surveys and draft plans in accordance with published guidelines, directives and Operation Orders (OPORD's). Monitor and report compliance, and recommend corrective actions where applicable.
- The Physical Security Analyst will compile data and inputs from multiple sources, provide N3AT chain of command with recommended courses of action to improve installation policy with respect to physical security.
- Collecting all sources of intelligence and counterintelligence data to determine foreign intelligence service interests.
- Consulting with the ISO and ATO on strategies to improve the implementation, coordination and monitoring the CLDJ base performance as measured against mandated, optional and emergent Force Protection and Physical Security requirements.
- Provide support to N3AT staff on the development of mitigating solutions for identified threats and advocate implementation of DoD ATFP programs and objectives.
- Evaluate site/installation physical security plans, and support N3AT staff on efforts to educate and train personnel in force protection and physical security measures.
- Develop and maintain a tracking database for security waivers and exceptions in process and for those already approved. Prepare, as directed, for the receipt, processing, and/or forwarding of security waivers and exceptions. Develop an approved tracking database within 30 days of initial contract start.
- RAMP/RIIS: Review monthly and update as needed the Risk-Based Investment Model (RBIM) to support.
- POM process and investment goals. Coordinate with Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), Multiple Threat Alert Center (MTAC), Office of Naval Intelligence and other intelligence agency analysts to update information on threats prevalent to Navy regions and installations.
- Enter installation specific data and vulnerabilities into, and conduct analysis of open vulnerabilities in CVAMP (or substantially equivalent successor system) to inform resource allocation decisions in conjunction with Command Risk-based Investment Model (RBIM).
- Assist operational forces with deciphering security related specifics in order for those operational forces to develop policies that integrate the force protection program efforts throughout the application of risk-based investment strategies used in conjunction with threat, vulnerability and critically based processes to eliminate program seams and gaps
- Review and submit recommendations for security and force protection upgrades to existing and new construction. Conduct and report periodic and annual physical security surveys - Also referred to as Critical Infrastructure Risk Management (CIRM).
- System administrator for physical and electronic key control systems
- Participate and provide advice regarding various force protection and threat working groups.
- Prepare Individual Force Protection Plan for military and civilian personnel traveling to other countries.
- Coordinate physical security infrastructure requirements with Public Works, Navy and Base Operating Services (BOS) Contracts.
- Manage the Installation Barrier Plan
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
- Bachelor Degree from an accredited College or University plus 5 years of experience in preventive measures taken to mitigate hostile actions against Department of Defense or civilian personnel, resources, facilities, and critical information or protection of personnel, hardware, programs, networks, and data from physical circumstances and events that could cause serious losses or damage to an enterprise, agency, or facility. Includes protection from fire, natural disasters, burglary, theft, vandalism, and terrorism; OR
- 10 years of experience in Force Protection or Physical Security without a degree; if civilian experience is being used, the Contractor shall provide documented training of an accredited Law Enforcement Academy that provided over 600 hours of Police tactics, patrol operations and procedures.
- Completion of DoD course J-830-0015 Anti-Terrorism Officer Course or a substantially equivalent course of instruction. Examples of equivalent courses may include classes that are part of a Homeland Security curriculum at a college or university that are related to anti-terrorism.
- A working and functional knowledge of military staff functions, finished staff work and military chain of command.
- International, restrictive and or hostile environment operations.
- Experience conducting Vulnerability, Risk, Criticality and Threat Probability Assessments.
- Experience in managing a Core Vulnerability Assessment Management Program (CVAMP) program, or substantially similar successor program.
- Experience with industry standard intrusion detection, surveillance, and access control systems (i.e. Navy Access Control Visitor Management) Systems.
- Experience in Patrol Procedures, Access Control Procedures, Operational Management, and Personnel Management.
- Experience with use of PC's and related software packages such as: Microsoft Windows, Office Suite, Internet, Excel, Word and Power Point.
- Valid U.S. Motor Vehicle Operators License
- Valid U.S. Passport
- Experience working in Africa
Job Related Information: Application process
- • Salary/ benefits for this position will be discussed during the interview process and will be competitive with current rates.
If interested and you meet all the requirements for the position please send a copy of your resume, DD214 and any other applicable documents to email@example.com.