B3H Corporation

432WG Unit Security Manager/Cyber Security Liason

US-NV-Creech AFB
2 months ago
ID
2016-1412
# of Openings
1
Category
CAAS IV xxxx 432WG - Requisitions

Overview

B3H Corporation is seeking qualified personnel to augment flying squadrons in the areas of operational flight scheduling, training flight scheduling, training, standardization/evaluation, unit deployment management, mission planning, unit training management, unit security and information assurance, and unit programs coordination. Positions will support units of the 432d Wing located at Creech AFB, NV and Whiteman AFB, MO. The 432 WG is a remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) wing, providing all operations, logistics, and support aspects of MQ-1 Predator, MQ-9 Reaper, and RQ-170 RPA training and employment. The operational and maintenance squadrons focus on Predator and Reaper operations. RPAs are currently being flown by pilots and sensor operators based in the Continental United States (CONUS) to provide support to contingency operations worldwide, as well as providing MQ-1/-9 and RQ-170 training.

Responsibilities

  1. The USM/CL is the squadron's point of contact for all matters relating to squadron security and information assurance.  In their security role, they also function as Special Security Representative (SSR) and Top Secret Control Officer (TSCO) as necessary.  The contractor manages and shall help maintain control over squadron's physical, industrial, information, and personnel security as well as the practices and procedures which are employed.  As the UIAR, this individual shall help manage all matters related to information assurance.   

  2. Provides to the unit leadership analytical, advisory, management, technical and functional support required for the operational execution of the 432d WG’s collateral and Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (SCI) security programs.  

  3. Provides direct assistance in the form of technical and functional support to primary and alternate squadron security managers and to establish and train security managers and Special Security Representatives (SSRs) and functions including but not limited to program management, scheduling training events, implementation of HHQ, Defense Security Service (DSS), Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCID), Joint Air Force, Army, Navy (JAFAN) Directives, Office Personnel Management (OPM) and wing security policies and edicts. 

  4. Coordinates with primary and alternate security managers to plan, input and execute training and squadron duties IAW security AFIs and security policy directives applying to the unit. This includes performing duties as an active security manager (ASM). 

  5. Maintains extensive knowledge of security program management and decision making processes. 

  6. Travels to additional security training, conferences, etc to fulfill continuing education and security requirements of the unit (as required).  All travel rates shall be in accordance FAR 31.205-46 and the Joint Travel Regulations.  Travel must be approved by the Program Management Office and the Contracting Officer in advance.  No profit shall be paid for travel. 

  7. Provides support to the unit by ensuring aircrew and support personnel have the required clearances and access.  In/Out process unit personnel ensuring all initial training and debriefs are accomplished. 

  8. Possess a working knowledge of the indoctrination and debrief process for SCI cleared personnel to include pre-screening interviews, nomination requests and work as a Special Security Representative to conduct SCI indoctrinations and debriefs with appropriate JPAS Clearances. 

  9. Provides guidance to unit leadership with the ability to quickly and convincingly mediate competing security requirements. 

  10. Provides technical support in the design, development, and coordination of weekly and monthly training IAW appropriate syllabi and governing directives. 

  11. Coordinates with the squadron security managers, unit training managers and scheduling, research and track training information for the formulation of the monthly/quarterly/yearly training calendar to ensure compliance with all required training. 

  12. Interprets and prepares security program guidance and initiate policies, annually review and revise squadron Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), review, revise and test the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and guidelines that meet requirements and AFI directives.  

  13. Maintains programs to track status of SCI, NATO and collateral clearances on all assigned personnel as required.  Do the same for Special Access Program/Special Access Required (as required). 

  14. Notifies personnel, their supervisor/flight commander, and the unit commander when they reach sixty days prior to the expiration of their current clearance and assist personnel in initiating their Periodic Review for security clearances. 

  15. Maintains a working knowledge of the SF 86 (EQIP) and train individuals on how to properly complete the EQIP process.  Coordinate completion of SF 86 (EQIP) packages with individual and security managers.  After reviewing completed packages for any errors submit for review and assist individuals in certifying and submitting their investigations. 

  16. Provides data inputs and data interpretation of security information in Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) tracking program.  Send, receive, and coordinate visit requests to the 432 WG (Creech) for personnel via JPAS. Work closely with base Personnel Security office to check status of EQIPs with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Defense Security Service (DSS) and ACC. 

  17. Works with installation information protection representative, Special Security Office (SSO) and base Security Forces program managers on personnel who have a Security Information File (SIF) established. 

  18. Works with Anti-Terrorism Office, SSO, ACC and leadership in coordinating foreign travel as it pertains to a particular travel destination. 

  19. Assists facility managers in procuring and maintaining their Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) to include coordinating with vendors and contractors to procure systems, place calls on the maintenance contracts, escort IDS technicians, assist in troubleshooting IDS systems and ensure personnel have the appropriate training and badging on IDS systems and other physical security requirements to maintain facility accreditation. 

  20. Helps coordinate visits and work with other contractors and base agencies for all construction related projects.  Contractor will stay informed on the progress of projects and help ensure that security requirements are met by construction personnel. 

  21. Assists Government personnel in conducting security inspections and compliance reviews in accordance with applicable directives for facilities where classified information is accessed, processed, or stored in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the security program. 

  22. Assists Government personnel in conducting accountability, storage, inventory, disposition, destruction, format and use of an approved badging system to manage the administration of the alarms systems within unit secure facilities, SCIF, and PL3 areas.  The contractor shall administer the wing’s Random Entry/Exit Inspection monthly. 

  23. Records and tracks security program action items and suspense dates to include assisting with the coordination of DD254, DoD contract security classification specification.  The Contractor shall track other contractors who work in that unit and maintain their industrial security program and report changes to the appropriate offices. 

  24. Tracks, monitors, advises, and interpret for currency entire Security library and squadron representative’s functional area binders: perform or coordinate required self-inspections of unit programs. 

  25. Establishes and maintains any additional future advanced security programs necessary to meet the unit’s mission needs. 

  26. Runs an efficient office by performing miscellaneous and clerical duties as required: maintain the flow of correspondence with regard to signatures and concurrence ensuring that all deadlines are met. 

  27. Makes necessary arrangements for local meetings, conferences, and training at least weekly. 

  28. Attends conferences, meetings, working groups, and symposiums semi-annually in which broad aspects of applicable security programs and SCIF management are discussed and decided upon. 

  29. Assists in handling all reporting responsibilities associated with breaches in security. 

  30. Manages and implements the security programs in accordance with appropriate regulations to include Executive Orders, Intelligence Community Directives and Policy Guidance, DoD Manuals, Air Force Instructions, and local guidance.  

  31. Developes, implements, oversees, and maintains an organizational IA program that identifies IA requirements, personnel, processes, and procedures. 

  32. Supervises and implements the organizational IA program.  Ensure all DoD, AF, and local IA policies and procedures are used according to current IA publications. 

  33. Ensures all users have the requisite security clearances, supervisory need-to-know authorization, and are aware of their IA responsibilities (via annual IA training) before being granted access to Air Force ISs according to AFI 33-200 & AFMAN 33-282. 

  34. Reports IA incidents or vulnerabilities to the wing IA office and in coordination with the wing IA office, initiate protective or corrective measures when an IA incident or vulnerability is discovered. 

  35. Acts as a first responder to network events and works with client support administrator(s) and unit security manager(s) in resolving classified message incidents & classified information spillages. 

  36. Implements and maintain required countermeasures IA (to include COMPUSEC and Emission Security (EMSEC)) and initiating all requests for temporary and/or permanent exceptions, deviations, or waivers to IA requirements or criteria. 

  37. Ensures their unit members/customers know and understand those tasks the unit IAO is responsible to assist them with, to include but not limited to: 

  38. Processes NIPR and/or SIPR account requests using the appropriate modified DD FM 2875  System Authorization  Access Request form for permanent-party members and sending said 2875's to the 99 ABW Host Wing IA Office (WIAO). 

  39. Sends Nellis/Creech TDY templates to the gaining unit IAO for personnel, hardware, and software requests.  Review same before submitting to the 99 ABW Host WIAO. 

  40. Submits Portable Electronic Devices (PED) activation requests to the 99 ABW Host WIAO for approval & activation. 

  41. Submits any/all PED statements of agreement to 99 ABW Host WIAO. 

  42. Submits software & hardware approval requests to the 99 ABW Host WIAO for approval before installing on the Nellis enterprise networks, etc.

     

Qualifications

Minimum of five (5) years working in/with the military and two (2) years of experience in an MQ-1/9 or RQ-170  squadron and one (1) year DOD security program experience and two (2) years of experience in a focal point program

OR

Minimum of five (5) years working with the military and three (3) years DOD security program experience (SCIF access/requirements knowledge highly desired).

 

Completion of the Special Security Officer Course (SSOC) (Desired)

 

Completion of Industrial Security Training (Desired)

 

Completion Personnel Security Training (Desired)

 

Security Clearance:  Top Secret, SCI eligible, NATO Secret

 

 

 

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