- Provide support of the integration of new engineering changes, technologies, and upgrades into current and future systems, including performance requirements and capabilities analysis, engineering analysis to support analysis of alternatives in acquisition and architecturetrade studies.
Requires 5 to 8years with BS/BA or 3 to 5 years with MS/MA or 0 to 2 years with PhD.
- Bachelors degree in Engineering, Architecture or Construction Management Disciplines and a minimum of five years related working experience.
- Experience in evaluating construction plans (blueprints) for both physical and technical security. This would include performing supervision or work installing physical or technical security equipment based on detailed construction plans.
- Experience in researching Department of State (DoS) and/or IC telegrams and technical publications (ICD 705, 12 FAH-5, 12 FAH-6, OBO International Code Supplements).
- Thorough knowledge of technical editing including competency in Microsoft SharePoint, Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
- Familiar with Department of State /Overseas Building Operations processes for project planning, design, and construction processes.
- Thorough knowledge of DoS and IC security standards and practices relating to overseas construction of safe and secure facilities, vaults, Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs), and Post Communications Centers (PCCs).
- Thorough understanding of the facility certification and accreditation processes for the DoS and IC.
- ODNI ISSA/TS or be eligible for crossover.
- Certifications are desirable, but not required, such as Professional Engineers (PE), Registered Architect (RA), or Program Management Professional (PMP).
- Previous work experience in the IC in physical and technical security, counterintelligence, procedural security, security countermeasures, and management of security programs.
- Excellent work experience with IC facilities and construction security professionals.
Job ID 2017-46425