Title: Unit and Administrative Security Specialist
Job Location: Los Angeles AFB, CA
Odyssey Systems has an exciting new opportunity for a Unit and Administrative Security Specialist to manages a wide range of security programs supporting the Military Satellite Communication Directorate in the Advanced Development Division (MCD). MCD provides S-Band command and control for all MILSATCOM systems and the Department of Defense (DoD) secure, jam-resistant, strategic and tactical communications to the polar regions. The division executes the Enhanced Polar System (EPS) and Command and Control System-Consolidated (CCS-C) programs.
Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd. is an innovative small business committed to providing world-class technical, management, and training support services to government and public sector clients. We focus on people, processes, and performance to deliver superior results. Since our inception in 1997, our commitment to mission success and customer satisfaction has been recognized with exponential growth and exceptional past performance ratings. We accept challenging assignments and drive projects from the planning stages, through implementation, and into operations and support.
Security Representative is responsible for management of a wide range of security programs including Personnel Security (PERSEC), Information Security (INFOSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), Industrial Security (INDSEC), Communication Security (COMSEC) programs for 500+ military, civilian, and contractor personnel within the Directorate.
Duties include, but not limited to:
Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to; Manages security requirements for over 350 Directorate personnel including In/Out-processing requirements, secure area badge and CAC issuance, SCIF management responsible for over 250 SCI Billets for Military, government Civilian and DoD Contractors in support of MILSATCOM.
- Security Representative is responsible for management of a wide range of security programs including Personnel Security (PERSEC), Information Security (INFOSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), Industrial Security (INDSEC), Communication Security (COMSEC) programs for 500+ military, civilian, and contractor personnel within the Directorate.
- Focal point for personnel in-processing and out-processing ensuring security requirements are met including security clearance validation via the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS), processing requests for Common Access Cards (CAC), SMC controlled area badges, NIPRnet, SIPRnet, and JWICs network accounts, Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreements (SF 312), and administering additional access briefings and debriefings (COMSEC, NATO, CNWDI), as well as Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) debriefings and Security Termination Statements.
- Coordinates with SMC/IN for the establishment and assignment of SCI billets for MILSATCOM military, civilian, and contractor personnel ensuring clearance requirements and other prerequisites for access to support mission needs have been validated prior to requests for indoctrination.
- Self-Assessment Program Representative for SMC/MC IPO responsible for conducting internal program reviews and program self-inspections in the areas of PERSEC, INFOSEC, OPSEC, INDSEC, COMSEC, and Emergency Management to identify programmatic deficiencies and security issues, and develop corrective action plans to resolve problematic areas. Inspection findings are annotated and tracked within the Management Internal Control Toolset (MICT) to ensure program compliance with Headquarters Air Force (HAF) requirements.
- Antiterrorism/Force Protection monitor serving as a liaison between MILSATCOM and the 61st ABG Antiterrorism Officer for the transmission of information related to the current real-world threat events and the monthly reporting of Random Antiterrorism Measures conducted within MILSATCOM’s geographic office locations.
- Manages DoD contractor access by maintaining contract specific industrial security files, validating accuracy of Visit Authorization Letters, Visitor Group Support Agreements(VGSA), and drafting and coordinating DD Form 254s, Contract Security Classification Specification, for MILSATCOM classified contracts to confirm appropriate industrial security requirements are outlined and approved by SMC/ENP, SMC/IN, SMC/PK, and AFOSI.
- Administers MILSATCOM Personnel Security program through the verification of member security clearances through the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) by assuring the access is in conjunction with the Security Access Requirement (SAR) code of their assigned position on the Unit Manning Document (UMD), coordinates with Division chiefs to determine the sustained need for assigned Top Secret coded positions, and initiates the appropriate action to upgrade or downgrade clearance levels based on current mission requirements.
- Processes initial and periodic review requests for security clearance background investigations by initiating an AF 2583, Request for Personnel Action, to identify the presence of any derogatory information through a Local Files check, conducting a review of the member’s SF 86 prior to e-QIP submission to ensure data integrity and increase the efficiency of the MILSATCOM internal review process, and coordinates all documentation with SMC/ENP liaison for further processing by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
- Review and revise the MILSATCOM Security Operating Instruction to outline and implement policies and procedures covering multiple security disciplines within the Directorate to supplement directives, instructions, and policies.
- Responsible for the accountability of 20 GSA storage containers assigned to MILSATCOM for the storage of classified material. Trains personnel on responsibilities for marking, storing, accessing, handling, securing, and destroying classified material.
- Responsible for document control of all inbound and outbound classified material for shipping via mail.
- Develops security education and training material for Directorate personnel to promote vigilance in regards to OPSEC and conducts surveys, assessments, and exercises to evaluate organizational OPSEC posture.
- Secure Voice Responsible Officer (SVRO) responsible for the accountability, deployment, and troubleshooting of Sectera Viper, Secure Terminal Equipment (STE) devices, and OMNI secure telecommunication devices, ensuring appropriate COMSEC keys are loaded, valid, and current to meet operational mission requirements.
- Bachelor’s degree
- 5 years of related experience
- Current Top Secret Clearance
- Master’s degree
- 10 years of related experience
Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, LTD. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or other factors protected by federal, state, and/or local law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting; hiring; placement; promotion; termination; layoff; recall; transfer; leaves of absence; compensation; and training.
- Military Leave
- On Site Cafeteria
- Vacation/paid time off
- Employee Events
- Gym Memberships
- Professional Development
- Life Insurance
- Employee Referral Program
- Medical, Dental and Vision
- Paid Holidays
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- Paid sick days
- Maternity/Paternity Paid Leave
- Retirement / Pension Plans