In this role, you will serve as the Information Assurance Representative supporting all aspects of management oversight and support for Directorate/Division programs using sensitive but unclassified or classified information following laboratory processes and procedures and Federal security regulations. To serve as a resource to Directorate and Division programs on the proper handling and protection of sensitive and classified material. You will also:
Provide liaison support between the directorate/division and laboratory security operations managers and programs.
Support Directorate and Division Management in all aspects of security compliance under various security guidelines of DOE and other Federal Agencies, as applicable.
Direct the security of programmatic work products by leading a group of approximately 30 derivative classifiers.
Provide oversight and guidance on Information Assurance to support the EGS Directorate and Divisions.
We expect you to have:
Comprehensive knowledge of DOE, other federal sponsors, and laboratory security regulations and guidelines to support directorate and division compliance.
Considerable knowledge of physical and operational security facility requirements.
Considerable knowledge of security clearance authorities and requirements.
Considerable experience as a derivative classifier.
Considerable knowledge of operational security.
Considerable skill in oral and written communication. This includes strong capability to interact with staff to provide clear guidance on security related subjects.
Ability to develop and present training material.
Good knowledge of Cyber security.
Good knowledge of computer systems operations and functionality.
Some knowledge of software development.
Some knowledge of areas of non-proliferation, critical infrastructure, risk and/or vulnerability analysis are a plus.
An active TS or Q Security Clearance is a requirement.
Internal Number: 405569
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