B3H Corporation

Vault Support

Job Locations US-MO-Whiteman AFB
Posted Date 6 months ago(10/10/2019 5:38 PM)
ID
2019-2483
# of Openings
1
Category
ACC/A3T, ACC/A3J

Overview

B3H is a leader in building winning DoD and corporate teams. B3H provides the full spectrum of strategic planning, program management, acquisitions management, systems engineering & integration, cost analysis, training, systems requirements analysis, and instructional system design for the DoD. B3H delivers quality performance with complete government visibility and control. B3H Corporate headquarters are in Shalimar, Florida. The Vault Support position will support Combat Air Forces (CAF) Fighter Squadron (FS), USAF Warfare Center (USAFWC), and Air Support Operations Squadrons (ASOS) in Air Combat Command (ACC). The operations support functions provide Unit Operations Scheduling, Operations Training, Standardizations & Evaluations (Stan/Eval), Unit Programs Coordinator (UPC), Unit Deployment Manager (UDM), Vault , Armorer, Equipment Management, and Unit Training Manager (UTM) support. The compliment for each ACC location is listed in Table 5. The focus of work will be done to support FS and USAFWC non-flying additional duties traditionally accomplished by Pilots and Weapons System Officers (WSOs); and ASOS non- mission additional duties traditionally accomplished by Air Liaison Officer (ALO) and Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) specialists. NOTE: Mission Design Series (MDS) is defined as the aircraft assigned to the applicable unit supported for the tasks in paragraphs 4.1 and 4.8 when referencing 11-2MDS series regulations. For all other MDS references in this PWS, MDS shall be defined as any of the following aircraft (in any block/configuration): A-10, F-15, F-16, F-22, F-35, T-38. Located at Whiteman AFB, Missouri. This position is for proposal award.

 

Responsibilities

  • Receive initial Activity Security Manager (ASM) training from Unit Advanced Programs (AP) 
  • Comply with all requirements as directed by Unit AP Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Provide advice/guidance to the AP Program Security Manager (PSM) on squadron security issues.
  • Assist PSM in developing and implementing security policies, plans, and procedures (such as SOPs, system security, program test, and OPSEC plans) for all personnel and facilities that support advanced or special programs.
  • Assist in the interpretation and proper application of squadron specific or related Security Directives and Security Classification Guides.
  • Research, interpret, analyze and apply security guidelines from various sources for local application.
  • Assist Unit AP Cyber-Security Liaison to include scheduling Automated Information System (AIS) maintenance; and keeping all inventory databases current.
  • Conduct audits and/or validate audits that are conducted on Government AIS equipmen
  • Ensure AIS initial and annual training is conducted for all squadron AIS users.
  • Report AIS violations to the Unit AP office.
  • Ensure all personnel are in compliance with annual security training requirements (develop training material and lesson plans as required).
  • Ensure all squadron personnel are familiar with and follow all plans and procedures to include facility SOPs; AIS Security Plan (procedures for securing AIS equipment); Emergency Action Plan (safeguarding classified material in emergency situations); and OPSEC plan.
  • Conduct vault indoctrination briefings, weapons duty officer (WDO) training, vault opening/closing procedures, and classified courier training as required.
  • Prepare deployment plan and gather all required documents when an aircraft will remain off station to include (but not limited to) squadron deployments, cross countries, and airshows.
  • Ensure foreign travel requirements are met before personnel travel to foreign countries.
  • Certify as classified courier.
  • Vault related duties include:
  • Comply with and follow DoDM 5205.07 vol’s 1-4, 1CD-705, and any other SAP directives per MAJCOM and/or Wing AP.
  • Know and ensure unit compliance with Security Classification Guides (SCGs) for all programs authorized within assigned vau
  • Provide direct oversight of all vault activities for the squadron.
  • Update vault checklists to comply with all MAJCOM, and Unit AP SOP
  • Maintain day-to-day control/maintenance of access control system and associated forms.
  • Conduct and document regular self-inspections of program facilities and operations. When deficiencies are identified, prepare and implement corrective action plan and ensure correction timelines are made
  • Monitor facility discrepancies and work with Unit AP office, squadron personnel, and/or outside agencies to maintain vault to operational standards.
  • Maintain strict accountability of all accountable material within the vault
  • Ensure all equipment used within the vault (safes, reproduction equipment, destruction devices, etc.) meet applicable standards and are approved by the Unit AP 
  • Ensure an annual 100% vault inventory is conducted and provide direct oversight for compliance during the inventory, the results of which are reported to the Wing Commander and the MAJCO
  • Process classified material shipments entering/exiting the facility (to include mail and electronic data transfers), and ensure appropriate methods of destruction are adhered to.
  • Follow established procedures for marking, safeguarding, use, and destruction of classified mater
  • Establish procedures to review classified holdings on a recurring basis to reduce inventories to the minimum necessary.
  • Report known or suspected security incidents to the Unit AP off Investigate potential security issues as advised by AP and make recommendations completion of Preliminary Inquiries regarding corrective or other actions as required. When necessary, assist the MAJCOM in conducting a damage assessment.
  • Support security investigations for incidents involving the actual or possible loss, compromise, or inadvertent disclosure of classified information.
  • Perform Weapons Duty Officer duties IAW Unit Weapons Officer SOPs.
  • Perform additional duties as required by, and IAW Unit Weapons Officer Guidance/SOPs, such as Weapons Duty Officer duties, media inventory management (procure, replace, dispose), and media classification level changes.
  • Visit Certification related duties include:
  • Prepare, send, and receive visit requests through Unit AP 
  • Verify that incoming visitors have the required security clearance necessary for discussions.
  • Monitor visits of foreign national personnel to ensure the disclosure of (and access to) export controlled articles (and related information) are limited to those that are approved by an export authorization.
  • Provide escorts in the secure area for un-cleared visitors; contract janitorial services; and authorized personnel performing building maintenance, modification and upkeep.
  • Facility Manager related duties:
  • Perform required security container combination changes along with associated paperwork.
  • Monitor facility alarm system; report malfunctions and prepare plan for compensatory security measures as required; and conduct required timed response tests with local Security Forces.
  • Respond to after hour alarm malfunctions/activations. Contractor personnel will be limited to a maximum of five responses per calendar year and will not be required to remain at the facility for more than eight hours per response

 

 

Qualifications

  • Experience with USAF Fighter Squadron, Group, or Wing Weapons and Tactics shop security related operations; or two (2) years of experience with DoD Flying Squadron, Group, or Wing Weapons and Tactics shop security related operations.
  • Experience applying policies and procedures outlined in DoDM 5205.07 vol’s 1-4, 1CD-705, and any other SAP requirements set forth from MAJCOM and/or Wing AP.
  • Experience with information, industrial, and personnel security concepts, principles, and practices, participating in the planning and implementation of security programs within the organization.
  • Experience with required security training concepts, programs, procedures, and practices, assisting managers in establishing and complying with internal security programs.
  • Experience with developing, analyzing, and evaluating security programs, meeting mission requirements and improving the organization's security program.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing through clear, concise, and technically accurate written materials.
  • Ability to establish effective professional working relationships with coworkers and customers, contributing to a cooperative working environment and successful accomplishment of the mission
  • TS/SCI Security Clearance required.

 

B3H Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

 

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