Organization: Accenture Federal Services
Location: Chantilly/Herndon, VA
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A Contractor Special Security Officer (CSSO)/Contractor Program Security Officer (CPSO) for Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) activities and secure facilities.
Manage and administer all aspects of industrial security programs for multiple programs in compliance with the NISPOM, DCID’s, ICD’s and other applicable government security directives
Support personnel clearance processing, visit certifications, document control, physical security, proposals, including alarm responses
Conduct self-inspections; manage preparations for and representation of security inspections and audits by government security personnel
Routinely interact with both internal and external customers in support of program-related activities
Here's what you need:
Must be a U.S. Citizen
5 years of Industrial Security experience
Knowledge of NISPOM 5220.22-M, ICD policies and regulations, and Personnel Security processing
Hands on experience with SCIF management and operations
Working knowledge of DISS, e-QIP, SWFT, NCAISS.
Completed COMSEC training
Working knowledge of DIAS
Other required skills:
Excellent communication, judgment and decision making skills
Able to operate independently and as a part of a team
Demonstrated ability to analyze problems and identify solutions
Bonus points if you have:
Working knowledge of DCIDS and Executive Orders, to ensure security compliance
Previous security experience with the Intelligence Community
Knowledge of the various security disciplines such as physical security, personnel security, information system security and industrial security to determine, apply, and monitor appropriate security requirements for assigned programs
Experience with standard Microsoft suite products (Word, Excel)
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