The Security Manager has experience in constructionsecurity surveillance, technical surveillance countermeasures, industrial or government security involving counterintelligence, construction quality assurance and hands-on supervisory constructionexperience. Provide project management duties that include administration,managerial oversight, and technical implementation of the Construction Security Plan (CSP). Support planning, programming, and budget development, tracking, and financial execution. Provide oversight of the construction access control for the SCIF construction sites. Integrate new technologies and upgrades into current and future systems. Use sound judgment, resourcefulness, and ingenuity when interpreting ICD directives, administrative policies, regulations,instructions, and procedures in order to implement new and improved SCIF construction surveillance methods and procedures. Provide project advice and guidance on matters of security. Serve as the on-site security authority to provide advice and guidance on undefined issues and elements relevant to the project CSP.
- Bachelor's Degreepreferred, advanced degreedesired
- Active Top Secret clearance or the ability to receive a Top Secret clearance
- 10 years experience with certification/accreditation demonstrating required competencies to handle all aspects of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) construction; such as demonstrating a proficiency in writing CSPs, developing comprehensive Construction SecurityTechnician tasks and interacting with diverse stakeholders.
- Ability to supervise others and take control in emergencies.
- Ability to converse, read, and write clearly and concisely in English.
- Ability to walk, run, jump, crawl, climb steep stairs and ladders, bend, stoop, and work with hands above shoulder level and to safely lift and operate up to 50-poundPo
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