Armada Ltd.

Headquartered in Central Ohio, ARMADA’s core business is to provide preparedness and protection solutions to our Clients. Our senior staff comes from various backgrounds including military, corporate security, public safety; healthcare emergency preparedness; local, state & federal law enforcement; homeland security and emergency management. With over 450 years of leadership experience, ARMADA is a world-class provider of Mitigation, Prevention, Preparedness, Protection, Response and Recovery, and Training solutions.
At ARMADA, we hold true to the meaning of the term “Armada” by offering a fleet of capabilities to address personnel, asset, reputation and information assurance concerns of any organization. Our mission stresses the importance professionally, proactively and innovatively preventing or mitigating risk. To achieve this, we require a team of trusted and highly-skilled professionals to ensure that we adhere to the preeminent standards of our industry.
With this mission in mind, we hope that if you can meet these qualifications and would be interested in joining our winning team, take a moment to explore our company more by visiting our website ( http://armadausa.com/about-us.aspx ).

Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location: Chesapeake, VA Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   Secret # of Positions Available: 1   Duties & Responsibilities: ARMADA has a requirement for a Precision Marksman Observer Team (PMOT) Instructor / Close Quarters Combat Instructor (CQCI). This position is contingent upon ARMADA's successful capture of the work. The place of performance for this project is Chesapeake, VA. The selected applicant would be expected to local to or relocate for the duration of this contract, which is advertised for one year, with the potential for four, one-year options.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Shall be citizens of the United States. Must be legally permitted to possess or use firearms. Maintain a Secret security clearance and without derogatory background information results. Shall become familiar with applicable policies, TTP and SOPs for Coast Guard, FORCECOM, SMTC, and MSRT. Shall speak, read, and write fluent English. Shall maintain First Aid & CPR certifications from a nationally accredited provider. Must, at a minimum, be a High school graduate or equivalent. Shall be a graduate of a DOD or civilian equivalent certified instructor trainer course. Shall meet Coast Guard weapons certification requirements for the MK18, M870, and SIG P229. Weapons certification shall be the USCG basic and advanced courses of fire and will be performed during JQR completion (PRS 3). Shall possess a minimum of 15 years of combined Tactical Operations and Tactical Trainer (instructor) experience conducting and teaching all aspects of counter terrorism tactics, techniques, and procedures; including advanced marksmanship, close quarters combat, preferably in a Maritime Environment. Of the 15 years required experience, 5 years shall be of combined, Sniper Observer Team or Precision Marksman Observer Team Joint Tactical Operations and Tactical Trainer experience. Shall have served as an assault team member or leader in DOD or Federal Law Enforcement agency tactical team specializing in Direct Action-Counterterrorism-Hostage Rescue (e.g. U.S. Army Special Forces, U.S. Navy SEALs, FBI Hostage Rescue Team, USCG Maritime Security Response Team). Experience with USCG MSRT, or DOD SOF Tier 1 or 2 units is preferable. Must possess current and relevant experience performing Direct Action, Counter Terror operations. Must possess experience teaching and performing mechanical, manual, and ballistic breaching with common manual breaching tools, shotguns, cutting saws, and exothermic torches. Must possess current and relevant experience with infiltration/exfiltration TTPs, including but not limited to familiarity with fast rope insertion/extraction and hook & climb operations. Must possess knowledge and understanding of USCG, DOD, or Federal Law Enforcement Use of Force policy, the Force Continuum, and application of force during Al/CT operations. Must have served as a Direct Action, AI/CT Sniper Observer Team, or PMOT member/leader in DOD or Federal Law Enforcement agencies (e.g. U.S. DOD SOF Direct Action units, FBI Hostage Rescue Team, USCG Maritime Security Response Team). Experience with USCG MSRT, DOD SOF (USASOC/NSW) Tier 1 or 2 units is preferable. Experience teaching and performing tactical communications and data transfer. Experience teaching and performing urban and rural hide sites for observation and cover fire. Experience teaching and performing underway, aerial, and elevated cover fire operations. Experience teaching and performing intelligence and information collection. Minimum Education: High School diploma   CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1090
Armada Ltd. Chesapeake, Virginia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location(s): Washington, D.C. Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required: Active Top Secret   Duties & Responsibilities:   The Personnel Security Specialist 2 functional responsibilities include the following but are not limited to: Provide direct support and service to the administration of the FBI Security Program by participating in the direction, from inception to completion of the less complex security assessment investigations conducted by FBI Field Offices (FOs) and rendering appropriate adjudication recommendations regarding the same. Conduct, review and analyze a variety of interviews internal and external to the organization. Subjects of investigations range from FBI applicants, contract / access applicants, and other persons requiring security clearances or access to FBI spaces. Provide support, analysis, and research into complex problems and processes relating to Personal Security. Completion of written reports and/or oral presentations utilizing critical thinking and analysis skills. Works on complex problems and provides solutions. Advises supervisor of potentially controversial matters or those matters with far reaching implications. Initiate or perform extensive FBI indices checks, arrest record checks, and the like to obtain pertinent and identifying information for the cases assigned. Request, receive, review and analyze various FBI Government files and related material for determination of an individual's potential security risk. Summarize data and compose necessary correspondence to appropriate FOs for initiation of investigation, outlining background of individual cases, advising of information obtained from research and analysis and define security concerns. Issue guidance for the initiation of investigation, setting forth leads which are to be addressed in compliance with existing federal standards and FBI policy. Forward correspondence to Government lead for approval before transmission. Coordinate with FOs for submission of investigation information. Examine and critically analyze investigative reports and correspondence from the FO’s for conformance to administrative requirements as to format and content, and to ensure the investigation is adequate, denoted leads have been sufficiently covered, and procedures have been conducted in accordance with FBI regulations and policies. Note inadequacies and transmit additional instructions to the field, recommending additional investigation and / or the elimination of unproductive procedures. Recommend the need for polygraph examinations and / or interviews based upon analysis of all data available. Compose appropriate communications to pertinent FBI HQ Divisions and FOs to initiate same, setting forth any specific guidance which should be followed in regard to same (i.e., particular areas in question which need to be resolved; special qualifications desired of interviewer; etc.). Determinations and resulting communications are subject to review and approval by the Government lead. Receive, review, and analyze the results of further investigations, along with the results of interviews and polygraph examinations to ensure that all issues have been resolved, that gaps in information have been adequately covered, and that areas in question have been sufficiently addressed to efficiently and effectively help determine individual's recommendation for security clearance approval. Summarize all data provided and developed in a formal written analysis of the security concerns and their resolutions, giving consideration to information developed. Establish and maintain liaison with other FBI HQ Divisions, DOJ and other agency officials including members of the Intelligence Community to obtain, develop, and / or resolve queries as required. Coordinate or work in concert with other FBI components as required to surface, develop, and resolve various issues encountered. Recommend new methods and procedures for passing and affirming clearances including SCI-between and among all Federal Government agencies participating in the Intelligence Community in accordance with Intelligence Community (IC)Directives / Regulations, Federal Investigative Standards, and / or Executive and DOJ Orders. Perform security assessment investigations and provide recommendations to the FBI HQ. Review and analyze requests for investigations concerning security clearances. Prepare a detailed analysis of all information developed, to include potential remedial or precautionary action to meet minimum security standards. Assist with briefings and debriefings of individual cases as necessary. Upload all official documents into the defined system of record, management, workflow, or tracking systems, files, and / or sub-files   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):   Experience with various Government Law Enforcement and community IT systems for conduction automated record checks. Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Be a team-oriented individual with the ability to handle multiple, high priority projects with a keen attention to detail. Be a motivated self-starter with the ability to perform duties and meet deadlines independently with little or no supervision. Demonstrated knowledge and experience to conduct established federal government standards for investigations, background investigations, and security investigations relating to suitability and security standards. Processing security clearance and background investigations documentation in preparation for adjudication. Prepare documentation for Government agencies and customers.  Minimum General Experience/Education:    Three (3) years of experience in the personnel security investigative or investigative analyst field. Bachelor’s degree in any field of study. Experience conducting and interpreting database checks and credit reports. Experience performing routine office administrative support functions. Demonstrated analytical ability to critically review and analyze various types of incoming material and investigative reports to discern potential security vulnerabilities and to identify viable investigative leads. Current Top Secret (TS) security clearance and must be capable of obtaining Sensitive Compartmentalize Information (SCI) access that includes a requirement to pass a security polygraph exam. Prior experience in security management. Minimum three (3) years of experience developing and writing Reports of Investigation that form basis for creation of investigative and/or adjudication record. Proficient in personal computing (e.g., Outlook, Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), database management, communication packages, etc.). Use of internet to conduct research and / or open source checks in aid of investigations. Experience performing multiple administrative tasks dealing with databases queries, filing, processing mail and performing audits.   Disclaimer:  The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the Personnel Security Specialist 2 assigned to this position. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1095 Applying:  If you feel you have the knowledge, skills and abilities for this position visit our careers page at www.armadausa.com .  Special Notes:  Relocation support is not available for this job. ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, Termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Washington D.C, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location(s): Washington, D.C. Reports To : ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required : Active Top Secret     The PSS – Grade 5 functional responsibilities include the following but are not limited to: Perform all duties associated with Grade 4 as necessary Initiates or perform extensive FBI indices checks, arrest record checks, and the like to obtain pertinent and identifying information for the cases. Coordinate the submission of resulting investigative information. Review and critically analyze investigative reports and correspondence from the field for conformance to numerous administrative requirements as to format and content, and to ensure investigation is adequate, denoted leads have been completely covered, and procedures have been conducted in accordance with FBI regulations and policies. Determine inadequacies and transmit additional specific instructions/leads to the field, recommending additional investigation, and/or the elimination/termination of unproductive methods or processes. Prepare and submit a response a written or verbal, to recommend adjudication as to the approval, denial, or revocation of security clearances and/or access authorizations. The appropriate SecD units will determine the final adjudication. Prepare outgoing communications to FBI HQ to transmit recommendations, supporting analysis and data. Participate in the formulation, preparation and direction of new and revised rules, regulations, guidelines, processes and procedures in relation to the personnel security programs. Provide recommendations and suggestions affecting personnel security program missions, reviewing program material and provides feedback to the Security Officer or FBI HQ to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of programmatic goals and operations. Ensure that employees and applicable contractors are properly advised of potential security risks/vulnerabilities in which approved level of security clearance / access authorizations may expose them to, and follow to ensure individuals are properly debriefed as necessary.   Conduct security briefings that include Security Awareness and Hostile Threat. Revise security briefings based on the specific issues developed and security requirements. Provide guidance and assist in resolving security issues for current on-board employees, as well as providing expert guidance relating to various security programs to other field office personnel including agent personnel. Remain vigilant for new methods and procedures for passing and affirming clearances including SCI-between and among all Federal Government agencies participating in the Intelligence Community in accordance with Intelligence Directives / Regulations, Federal Investigative Standards, and/or Executive and DOJ Orders. Engage with internal and external customers on personnel security to ensure the assigned program/project is fully integrated; leverage current threat intelligence to enhance or modify procedures. Independently develop various types of manuals, forms, instructions, and the like, to facilitate operation of the FBI Security Program. Participates in special projects such as planning the implementation of new or revised programs. Conduct exhaustive and extensive checks in accordance with the Federal Investigative Standards, federal guidelines, policies and procedures. Demonstrate innovative and imaginative approaches to problem solving that adds to the quality and quantity of relevant data recovered in assigned cases. Request, receive, scrutinizes and analyze FBI Investigative files and related material to determine, isolate, develop and extract all possible identifying or linking information, matching records, questionable /overlapping elements, and viable avenues of investigative pursuit which could have a bearing on individual's ability to hold a security clearance. Analyze material to develop and detect misrepresentations of facts, any criminal, immoral, or suspicious conduct, any signs of mentally disabling illness, indications of any type of association with hostile intelligence individuals, organizations, or persons of known or suspected questionable character, or fragments of information which furnish reason to sustain suspicion that the subject could be a security risk and /or significant target for coercion. Conduct critical analysis of incoming material /correspondence outlining possible serious and / or very sensitive security concerns relating to the most complex security assessment issues for the purpose of determining merit for granting, continuing, and / or revoking security clearances and access authorizations. Provide on-the-job training, instruction, guidance and advice to lower-grade specialists; assist in the resolution of issues and other problems being encountered during processing of cases. Assist Unit Chiefs, supervisors, and/or the FBI PM to provide continuing direction and assistance to other specialists for case(s) particularly sensitive and/or complex in nature; such cases may actually be reassigned to incumbent to resolve and complete. Review cases and routine correspondence to the FOs and/or outside agencies prepared by specialists for transmittal authorization by Government lead.   Provide direct support and service to the administration of the FBI Security Program by participating in the direction, from inception to completion, of highly sensitive and complex security assessment investigations conducted by the FBI FO’s and rendering appropriate adjudication recommendations regarding the same. Act as the technical expert in one or more security programs, serve as an assistant to a program manager and provide expert advice and assistance in formulating and implementing policies and procedures. Prepare in-depth summaries of data obtained and determined to be pertinent or relevant to a case at hand and composes-necessary correspondence to appropriate field office(s) for initiation of an investigation. Provide detailed outlines of background of individual case and information developed from extensive initial research and of the subsequent analysis of same. Define security vulnerabilities, set forth specific recommendations for the initiation of investigations, recommend leads which are to be addressed and followed, and advise of any restricting regulations, instructions, or information which may hamper the investigation. Coordinate with FBI Divisions on foreign nexus / concerns to exploit intelligence for the purpose of making adjudicative determination recommendations. Provide an in depth high risk analysis of high risk (potentially serious or high impact) investigations so that the Government lead can make a security and suitability determination. Evaluate reports of investigations, personnel files, and other records to recommend suitability / security determinations. Provide a recommendation regarding the adequacy and completeness of the investigation and of other means by which data were collected, and evaluate the authenticity, veracity, and pertinence of the data to the case, and request additional information as required. Recommend whether a security clearances should be granted, denied, revoked, or suspended, as appropriate. Recommend and then coordinate the execution of polygraph examinations and/or interviews to be conducted based upon acute analysis of all data developed. Compose appropriate communications to pertinent FBI HQ Divisions and FOs to initiate same, providing detailed justification as to recommendations that same be carried out and setting forth any specific instructions which should be followed in regard to same (i.e., particular areas in question which need to be addressed/resolved; special qualifications desired of interviewer; sensitive areas to avoid; and the like). Correlate and assimilate all data obtained and developed, prepare a formal written analysis of the security concerns, vulnerabilities, risks, and their resolutions. Provide thorough consideration to information developed, degree of security risk involved, special staffing requirements/hiring needs of the FBI at the time, individual's specialized qualifications and the "whole-person" concept, provide recommendation for proper adjudication decision on a case-by-case basis as to the approval, denial, or revocation of security clearance and/or access authorization which will ultimately lead to the firing or retention of an individual, as well as, any necessary remedial administrative action or precautionary measures to meet the minimum standards to obtain / maintain a security clearance/access authorization. Coordinate and correlate investigative activity, information gathering, and matters of mutual interest between FOs, Legal Attaches, other Government agencies, and private industry. Make appropriate contacts, either written or telephonically, to provide guidance, obtain and relay information, identify specific objectives, and help resolve complex problems, and /or conflicting information which may otherwise impede the successful accomplishment of efficient, effective, and complete information gathering. Remain alert to, correlate information regarding, and identify undesirable trends; keep Government lead informed of such developed information. As required, advise of the need for follow-on actions and/or participates in and/or conduct security briefings as individual situations require. Ensure that all FBI employees and contractors are properly advised of potential security risks / vulnerabilities in which approved level of security clearance/access authorizations may expose them to, and follow through to ensure individuals are properly debriefed as necessary. Receive and follow guidance from Government lead who assigns cases and projects. Process assignments independently for all aspects of the investigations and preparation of finished reports. Apply general policy in initiating actions or in providing information to FOs for the resolution of unusual problems or difficulties; advise Government lead supervisor of such actions. Consult Government lead in policy matters that are inherently governmental functions. Ensure that all work products submitted to the Government lead are technically accurate and ready for appropriate disposition. Ensure all correspondence going to Unit Chiefs and/or higher-level executives for informational purposes reflect soundness of judgment and are in compliance with FBI policy and procedures. Analyze the results of investigations to include results of interviews and polygraph examinations to ensure that all issues have been resolved, that gaps in information have been adequately covered, and that areas of concern have been completely addressed in order to efficiently and effectively support a determination of an individual's eligibility for access to national security information as defined in the SEAD 4 or access to FBI spaces. Ensure cases are handled in compliance with FBI policies and legal requirements. Determine the adequacy of reporting information to develop and set forth leads and provide guidance to the field during course of investigations.    Adherence to DOJ Orders and FBI regulations and instructions affecting the conduction of background investigation.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)   Experience with various Government Law Enforcement and community IT systems for conduction automated record checks. Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Be a team-oriented individual with the ability to handle multiple, high priority projects with a keen attention to detail. Be a motivated self-starter with the ability to perform duties and meet deadlines independently with little or no supervision. Demonstrated knowledge and experience to conduct established federal government standards for investigations, background investigations, and security investigations relating to suitability and security standards. Processing security clearance and background investigations documentation in preparation for adjudication. Knowledge of DOJ and FBI regulations regarding the personnel security process. Experience conducting interviews and security briefings, discussing analysis and opinion in a concise, logical and objective manner, and preparing written communications setting forth analyses and recommendations. Thorough knowledge of the indices systems, various record check systems, and file review processes in order to develop and extract the most complete and accurate information relative to the subject as possible. Prepare documentation for Government agencies and customers.     Minimum General Experience/Education:   Meet all Grade 4 experience requirements. Advanced degree in any field of study. Current TS security clearance and must be capable of obtaining SCI access that includes a requirement to pass a security polygraph exam. Eight (8) plus years of experience in federal law enforcement (LE) or (10) plus years of experience working in the personnel security field; prior security management experience preferred. . Possess oral and written communications skills to functionally conduct interviews, security briefings, discuss analysis and opinion in a concise, logical and objective manner, and prepare written communications setting forth analyses and recommendations.   Demonstrated knowledge of the indices systems, various record check systems, and file review processes in order to develop and extract the most complete and accurate information relative to the subject as possible. Demonstrated analytical ability in order to extensively analyze various types of materials, including investigative reports, to develop information regarding security vulnerabilities; to develop investigative leads; to propose a recommendation as to the approval, denial, or revocation of security clearances. Thorough knowledge of the indices systems, various record check systems, and file review processes in order to develop and extract the most complete and accurate information relative to the subject as possible. Extensive knowledge of the processes and procedures involved with conducting sensitive, complex security matter investigations, from inception to completion, in order to instigate security background investigations; Extensive knowledge of FBI's methods of communications and experienced skill in correlating, organizing, and evaluating data in order to compose and prepare necessary documentation to higher authorities to include DOJ and other Government agencies, members of the Intelligence Community, and private industries. Thorough understanding of the personnel security analysis interrelationships between FBI components, DOJ, Intelligence Community, and other agencies in order to obtain, develop, resolve, and correlate information and efforts, as required. Experienced and capable to assist others to ensure compliance with FBI procedures and regulations, so that work is completes in an efficient and timely manner. Experience in establishing and maintaining effective relationships with representatives of other Government agencies and supervisory and agent personnel of the FBI in order to ensure effective and efficient coordination of matters involving the safeguarding of National Security Information.     For former federal law enforcement PSS, the following minimum experience is also required.   The most recent five-years of experience shall be directly-related to analyzing investigations, record checks, and other information as necessary for the purpose of making a written record of the accuracy and completeness of the investigation. Experience conducting record checks utilizing Intelligence Community (IC) and third party Information Technology (IT) systems; prepare and type clear concise written reports in a timely manner, free of grammatical and spelling errors; make effective recommendations for personnel security adjudications based on and expert examination of the facts and supporting evidence; and conduct open source Internet checks in support of investigations.   Conducting, directing, or evaluating TS/Secret investigations with preferred experience in counterintelligence/espionage, counterterrorism, criminal matters, and personnel security investigations. Demonstrated skills and knowledge regarding criminal and civil law and procedures, and enforcement operations; have documented extensive, combined with on-the-job training, as proof of the skills and knowledge to perform the duties of a federal investigative analyst consultant. Must have served as a senior investigator responsible for planning and directing broad investigations of national or international scope; providing administrative and technical supervision over a staff of journeyman level criminal investigators. Documented experience planning, organizing, administering, and coordinating the full spectrum of investigative activities; and representing an organization as a recognized authority in the investigative field at conferences, meetings, and presentations involving issues of considerable importance.  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1098   Disclaimer :  The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the Personnel Security Specialist (PSS) – Grade 5 assigned to this position. Applying :  If you feel you have the knowledge, skills and abilities for this position visit our careers page at www.armadausa.com .   Special Notes :  Relocation support is not available for this job.   ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance  with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, Termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.  
Armada Ltd. Washington D.C, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location(s): Washington, D.C. Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required: Active Top Secret   The PSS – Grade 4 functional responsibilities include the following but are not limited to: Perform all duties associated with Grade 3 as necessary Act as Team lead. Initiates or perform extensive FBI indices checks, arrest record checks, and the like to obtain pertinent and identifying information for the cases. Coordinate the submission of resulting investigative information. Review and critically analyze investigative reports and correspondence from the field for conformance to numerous administrative requirements as to format and content, and to ensure investigation is adequate, ensure denoted leads have been completely covered, and procedures have been conducted in accordance with FBI regulations and policies. Determine inadequacies and transmit additional specific instructions/leads to the field, recommending additional investigation, and / or the elimination/termination of unproductive methods or processes. Prepare and submit a response in writing or verbally, to recommend adjudication as to the approval, denial, or revocation of security clearances and/or access authorizations for appropriate SecD units to determine the final adjudication. Prepare outgoing communications to transmit recommendations with supporting analysis and data. Participate in the formulation, preparation and direction of new and revised rules, regulations, guidelines, processes and procedures in relation to the personnel security programs. Provide recommendations and suggestions affecting personnel security program missions, reviewing program material and provide feedback to the Security Officer or FBI HQ to ensure effectiveness and efficiency of programmatic goals and operations. Ensure that Government and applicable personnel are properly appraised of potential security risks/vulnerabilities in which approved level of security clearance / access authorizations may expose them to. Ensure individuals are properly debriefed as necessary. Conduct security briefings that include Security Awareness and Hostile Threat. Revise security briefings based on the specific issues developed and security requirements. Provide guidance and assist in resolving security issues for current on-board employees, as well as providing expert guidance relating to various security programs to other field office personnel including agent personnel. Remain vigilant for new methods and procedures for passing and affirming clearances including SCI-between and among all Federal Government agencies participating in the Intelligence Community in accordance with Intelligence Directives / Regulations, Federal Investigative Standards, and/or Executive and DOJ Orders. Engage with internal and external customers on personnel security to ensure the assigned program / project is fully integrated; leverage current threat intelligence to enhance or modify procedures.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):   Experience with various Government Law Enforcement and community IT systems for conduction automated record checks. Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Be a team-oriented individual with the ability to handle multiple, high priority projects with a keen attention to detail. Be a motivated self-starter with the ability to perform duties and meet deadlines independently with little or no supervision. Demonstrated knowledge and experience to conduct established federal government standards for investigations, background investigations, and security investigations relating to suitability and security standards. Processing security clearance and background investigations documentation in preparation for adjudication. Knowledge of DOJ and FBI regulations regarding the personnel security process. Experience conducting interviews and security briefings, discussing analysis and opinion in a concise, logical and objective manner, and preparing written communications setting forth analyses and recommendations. Thorough knowledge of the indices systems, various record check systems, and file review processes in order to develop and extract the most complete and accurate information relative to the subject as possible. Prepare documentation for Government agencies and customers.   Minimum General Experience/Education:   Meet all Grade 3 experience requirements. Advanced degree in any field of study. Seven (7) years’ experience in the personnel security investigative or investigative analyst field. Possess oral and written communications skills to functionally conduct interviews, security briefings, discuss analysis and opinion in a concise, logical and objective manner, and prepare written communications setting forth analyses and recommendations. Demonstrated knowledge of the indices systems, various record check systems, and file review processes in order to develop and extract the most complete and accurate information relative to the subject as possible. Demonstrated analytical ability in order to extensively analyze various types of materials, including investigative reports, to develop information regarding security vulnerabilities; to develop. Investigative leads; to propose a recommendation as to the approval, denial, or revocation of security clearances.   CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1097 Disclaimer:  The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the Personnel Security Specialist (PSS) – Grade 4 assigned to this position. Applying:  If you feel you have the knowledge, skills and abilities for this position visit our careers page at www.armadausa.com .   Special Notes:  Relocation support is not available for this job.  ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance  with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, Termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Washington D.C, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location(s): Washington, D.C. Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required: Active Top Secret       The PSS – Grade 3 functional responsibilities include the following but are not limited to: Perform all duties associated with Grade 2 as necessary. With minimum direction, provides supporting research and analysis into complex problems and processes. Serves as expert on project teams. Critical thinking and analysis utilized for completion of written documentation and oral presentations. Applies extensive experience and full knowledge of security disciples. Review and analyze requests for investigations concerning security clearances, reciprocity, requirements, violations, and assessments. Subjects of the investigations range from on-board employees, contract / access applicants and other personnel requiring security clearances or access to FBI facilities. Review and analyze various FBI investigative files and related material to determine and extract all possible identifying information, matching records, questionable or overlapping elements and other areas of investigative consideration, which could have a bearing on an individual's reliability, trustworthiness, and loyalty. Examine and analyze material to determine any deliberate misrepresentation of facts, criminal or immoral conduct, any signs of mentally disabling illness, sympathetic association with hostile intelligence individuals / organizations and facts or fragments of information which furnish reason to sustain suspicion that the subject may be a possible security risk. Conduct Personnel Security Interviews (PSIs) as determined during the course of the security investigation, in conjunction with information developed or per the request of FBI HQ.  Prepare a detailed analysis of all information developed, supporting analysis and recommendations to initiate further investigation, and any additional security concerns and recommendations based on this information, which would include remedial or precautionary action to meet minimum security standards. Ensure that all relevant information and justification is developed and properly considered in accordance with security policies and FBI regulations. Conduct security briefings which include Security Awareness and Hostile Threat. Revise security briefings based on the specific issues developed and security requirements. Assist in conducting preliminary and final reviews of statements of personal history and related data prior to the initiation of background investigation procedures. Conduct background investigations of individuals who would occupy positions where a determination of suitability for employment or access to classified information is required. Prepare reports on investigations resulting from interviews conducted during background investigations. Draft summary sheets on the results of investigations for all assigned cases. In case of derogatory information, draft a detailed evaluation of the adverse information. When information is insufficient to make a recommendation regarding the disposition of the case, draft a list of recommended questions for lines of inquiry for follow on investigations. Assist in making recommendations for adjudication of personal background investigations for employment with the FBI and/or issuance of a security clearance. Work assignments include but are not limited to: review Personnel Security Questionnaires (SF-86 and SF-85P) o verify information submitted on applications contact subjects via approved methods to complete information on background investigation forms input data from MAC applications retrieve data from credit FBIs, request Local Agency Checks, review reports to determine criminal record, traffic violation, etc. Prepare reports on investigations resulting from interviews conducted during the background investigations. Draft summary sheets on the results of investigations for all assigned cases. Prioritize assignments and create schedules to meet deadlines. Use advanced interview skills to work with subjects to gather more in-depth details relating to their backgrounds. Conduct peer reviews as required.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs)   Experience with various Government Law Enforcement and community IT systems for conduction automated record checks. Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Be a team-oriented individual with the ability to handle multiple, high priority projects with a keen attention to detail. Be a motivated self-starter with the ability to perform duties and meet deadlines independently with little or no supervision. Demonstrated knowledge and experience to conduct established federal government standards for investigations, background investigations, and security investigations relating to suitability and security standards. Processing security clearance and background investigations documentation in preparation for adjudication. Knowledge of DOJ and FBI regulations regarding the personnel security process. Experience conducting interviews and security briefings, discussing analysis and opinion in a concise, logical and objective manner, and preparing written communications setting forth analyses and recommendations. Thorough knowledge of the indices systems, various record check systems, and file review processes in order to develop and extract the most complete and accurate information relative to the subject as possible. Prepare documentation for Government agencies and customers.  Minimum General Experience/Education:   Meet all Grade 2 experience requirements. Five (5) years of experience in the personnel security investigative or investigative analyst field. Experience in interpreting Governmental and commercial database checks to identify areas of concern during the investigative process. Experience analyzing investigative reports and other sources of information to identify security vulnerabilities; to develop investigative leads; to propose a recommendation as to the approval, denial, or revocation of eligibility for access to national security information based on the application of the appropriate adjudicative standards. Bachelor’s degree in any field of study. Experience conducting and interpreting database checks and credit reports. Experience performing routine office administrative support functions. Demonstrated analytical ability to critically review and analyze various types of incoming material and investigative reports to discern potential security vulnerabilities and to identify viable investigative leads. Current Top Secret (TS) security clearance and must be capable of obtaining Sensitive Compartmentalize Information (SCI) access that includes a requirement to pass a security polygraph exam.  Prior experience in security management. Minimum three (3) years of experience developing and writing Reports of Investigation that form basis for creation of investigative and/or adjudication record. Proficient in personal computing (e.g., Outlook, Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), database management, communication packages, etc.). Use of internet to conduct research and / or open source checks in aid of investigations. Experience performing multiple administrative tasks dealing with databases queries, filing, processing mail and performing audits.  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1096   Disclaimer:  The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the Personnel Security Specialist (PSS) - 3 assigned to this position. Applying:  If you feel you have the knowledge, skills and abilities for this position visit our careers page at www.armadausa.com .  Special Notes:  Relocation support is not available for this job.  ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance  with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, Termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Washington D.C, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Employee (7) Location(s): Camp Smith, HI Post Date: 6/14/2019 Reports To: ARMADA HQ   Duties & Responsibilities: ARMADA has multiple requirements for Senior CBRN Analysts- Liaison Officers supporting the Joint Requirements Office Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JRO-CBRND). The Senior CBRN Analysts- Liaison Officers will be located within one of the following commands/elements, USEUCOM, USNORTHCOM, USINDOPACOM, USSOCOM, the National Guard Bureau (NGB), US Army Maneuver Center of Excellence, US Army Medical Department Center & School, and Joint Staff J-7’s Joint and Coalition Warfare Center   The Senior CBRN Analysts- Liaison Officers must have broad knowledge of CWMD and CBRN defense, as well as experience at all levels of staff organization and shall have an exceptional knowledge of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System, the requirements development process. The Senior CBRN Analysts shall have a knowledge of the DOD CWMD mission to include knowledge of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials, threats, effects, and mitigation. This includes knowledge of DOD policies regarding strategic direction, policy guidance, budgeting and current activities concerning CWMD.  The senior CBRN Analysts will be required to conduct strategic analysis concentrating on development of operational requirements or serve as Liaison Officers to CCMDs, other Joint Staff Directorates, the National Guard Bureau (NGB) or Service schools.   The senior CBRN Analysts will conduct strategic analysis developing and documenting CBRN/CWMD specific Joint Concepts and CBRN/CWMD equities in other Joint Concepts, Capability Based Assessments (CBAs), Integrated Security Constructs, Defense Planning Scenario (DPS) Excursions, and war game vignettes focused on Force Development, Strategic Defense Concepts, and Multi-Service Force Deployment Data Vignettes. This position is contingent upon ARMADA's successful capture of the work., The selected applicant would be expected to relocate for the duration of this contract, which is advertised for one year, with the potential for three, one-year options.    The Senior CBRN Analysts will be responsible for ensuring project deliverables are completed on time and to a level of acceptance from the client. The Senior CBRN Analysts will be responsible for relationship building with the client as well as any jurisdiction involved with the project in which the Specialist is assigned.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):   • Must have broad knowledge of CWMD and CBRN defense • Knowledge of the DOD CWMD mission to include knowledge of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials, threats and effects, • Exceptional knowledge of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JSIDS), the requirements development process • Experience conducting strategic analysis and developing and documenting CBRN/CWMD specific Joint Concepts and CBRN/CWMD equities in other Joint Concepts, Capability Based Assessments (CBAs), Integrated Security Constructs, Defense Planning Scenario (DPS) Excursions, and war game vignettes focused on Force Development, Strategic Defense Concepts, and Multi-Service Force Deployment Data Vignettes. • Experience overseeing Analyses of Alternatives and developing requirements documents in coordination with the service and combatant command representatives.  • Ability to organize and conduct at least quarterly, an Integrated Concept Team (ICT) meeting with all relevant stakeholders and draft and provide minutes.  • Ability to develop Joint operational requirements by drafting, staffing and adjudicating requirements documents prior to entering them into Knowledge Management/Decision Support (KM/DS) System   • Independently operate as the JRO CBRND representative at the command/staff element to which they are assigned.  • Assist the command/staff element to which they are assigned to represent its CBRN defense and CWMD requirements to the Defense-wide Chemical and Biological Defense program (CBDP), the Joint Staff and the Services. Liaison Officers will represent the needs and concerns of the command/staff element to which they are assigned to the JRO.   LAUTENBERG AMENDMENT: This position is covered by the Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Amendment (30 Sep 96) of the Gun Control Act (Lautenberg Amendment) of 1968. An individual convicted of a qualifying crime of domestic violence may not perform the duties of this position   .Minimum General Experience/Education:    • 15 to 20 years of relevant technical area experience (comparable to a retired O-5/CWO5 or above or a former GS-14 or above) • Ten years’ experience in Joint and/or Service requirements development and at least five (5) years’ experience on the Joint, OSD, a CCMD and/or a Service staff • Medical CBRN Liaison (Fort Sam Huston) require at least 20 years of relevant technical area experience (comparable to a retired O-5 or above or a former GS-14 or above). An earned PhD in a relevant technical discipline and/or an MD or DVM with CBRN research experience is highly desirable. The candidate must have ten (10) years’ experience in Joint or Service requirements development as well as expert level fluency in the Food & Drug Administration’s (FDA) drug and biologics approval processes • Ten years’ experience developing doctrine and training/education products (Joint Staff J-7’s Joint and Coalition Warfighting Center Position) • Must be fully conversant with JCIDS, demonstrate understanding of the Joint Strategic Planning System (JSPS) and have knowledge of the next generation action processing system (JSAP-Next) • Training required to support CCMDs that have implemented Alternative or Compensatory Control Measures (ACCM) for exercise subject matter or specific exercises (Joint Staff J-7’s Joint and Coalition Warfighting Center Position) • Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a discipline applicable to the effort • Must be a US citizen with a current DOD Top Secret clearance based on a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) completed within the last 5 years    Disclaimer: The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the contractor assigned to this position.   Applying: If you feel you have the knowledge, skills and abilities for this position visit our careers page atwww.armadausa.com.   Special Notes: Relocation support is not available for these jobs.   CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1101 ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, Termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.    
Armada Ltd. CAMP SMITH, HI Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Employee  Location(s): US Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, GA Post Date:  Reports To: ARMADA HQ   Duties & Responsibilities: ARMADA has a requirement for a CBRN Analyst- Liaison Officers supporting the Joint Requirements Office Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (JRO-CBRND). The CBRN Analyst- Liaison Officers will be located within US Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence, Fort Benning, GA.   The CBRN Analyst- Liaison Officers must have broad knowledge of CWMD and CBRN defense, as well as experience at all levels of staff organization and shall have an exceptional knowledge of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System, the requirements development process. The CBRN Analyst shall have a knowledge of the DOD CWMD mission to include knowledge of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials, threats, effects, and mitigation. This includes knowledge of DOD policies regarding strategic direction, policy guidance, budgeting and current activities concerning CWMD.  The CBRN Analyst will be required to conduct strategic analysis concentrating on development of operational requirements and serve as or serve as Liaison Officers to the US Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence.   The CBRN Analyst will conduct strategic analysis developing and documenting CBRN/CWMD specific Joint Concepts and CBRN/CWMD equities in other Joint Concepts, Capability Based Assessments (CBAs), Integrated Security Constructs, Defense Planning Scenario (DPS) Excursions, and war game vignettes focused on Force Development, Strategic Defense Concepts, and Multi-Service Force Deployment Data Vignettes. This position is contingent upon ARMADA's successful capture of the work. The selected applicant would be expected to relocate for the duration of this contract, which is advertised for one year, with the potential for three, one-year options.    The CBRN Analyst will be responsible for ensuring project deliverables are completed on time and to a level of acceptance from the client. The CBRN Analyst will be responsible for relationship building with the client as well as any jurisdiction involved with the project in which the Specialist is assigned.   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):   • Must have broad knowledge of CWMD and CBRN defense • Knowledge of the DOD CWMD mission to include knowledge of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear materials, threats and effects, • Exceptional knowledge of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JSIDS), the requirements development process • Experience conducting strategic analysis and developing and documenting CBRN/CWMD specific Joint Concepts and CBRN/CWMD equities in other Joint Concepts, Capability Based Assessments (CBAs), Integrated Security Constructs, Defense Planning Scenario (DPS) Excursions, and war game vignettes focused on Force Development, Strategic Defense Concepts, and Multi-Service Force Deployment Data Vignettes. • Experience overseeing Analyses of Alternatives and developing requirements documents in coordination with the service and combatant command representatives.  • Ability to organize and conduct at least quarterly, an Integrated Concept Team (ICT) meeting with all relevant stakeholders and draft and provide minutes.  • Ability to develop Joint operational requirements by drafting, staffing and adjudicating requirements documents prior to entering them into Knowledge Management/Decision Support (KM/DS) System   • Independently operate as the JRO CBRND representative at US Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence.  • Assist the US Army’s Maneuver Center of Excellence to represent its CBRN defense and CWMD requirements to the Defense-wide Chemical and Biological Defense program (CBDP), the Joint Staff and the Services. Liaison Officer will represent the needs and concerns of the command/staff element to which they are assigned to the JRO.   LAUTENBERG AMENDMENT: This position is covered by the Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Amendment (30 Sep 96) of the Gun Control Act (Lautenberg Amendment) of 1968. An individual convicted of a qualifying crime of domestic violence may not perform the duties of this position   .Minimum General Experience/Education:    • 12 to 15 years of relevant technical area experience (comparable to retired/separated O4/CWO4/E9 or above or a former GS-13 or above) and two (2) to five (5) years’ experience on the Joint, OSD, a CCMD and/or a Service staff  • Must be fully conversant with JCIDS, demonstrate understanding of the Joint Strategic Planning System (JSPS) and have knowledge of the next generation action processing system (JSAP-Next) • Master's degree from an accredited college or university in a discipline applicable to the effort • Must be a US citizen with a current DOD Top Secret clearance based on a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) completed within the last 5 years    Disclaimer: The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the contractor assigned to this position.   Applying: If you feel you have the knowledge, skills and abilities for this position visit our careers page atwww.armadausa.com.   Special Notes: Relocation support is not available for these jobs.   ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, Termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1100
Armada Ltd. Fort Benning, GA, USA Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location: Washington DC Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   Active Top Secret Duties & Responsibilities: Assist in conducting preliminary and final reviews of statements of personal history and related data prior to initiation of background investigation procedures. Review completed background investigations of individuals who would occupy positions where a determination of suitability for employment or access to classified information is required. Assist in the adjudication of personal background investigations for suitability for employment with the government and/or granting of a security clearance. This includes the drafting of summary sheets on the results of investigations for all assigned cases. In cases of derogatory information, the Contractor shall draft a detailed evaluation of the adverse information to include serious issue cases. When the information is insufficient to make a recommendation regarding the disposition of a case, the employee shall draft a list of recommended questions or lines of inquiry necessary so a recommendation can be made. Conduct routine and/or confrontational subject interviews on behalf of the Client to verify information listed on statements of personal history or resolve items of derogatory information developed during the course of background investigations. Ensure that sensitive investigative data is handled and controlled in a secure fashion to protect the interest of the Client and safeguard the rights of the individual. Provide administrative support to other Personnel Security Specialists in completing actions in support of the Personnel Security mission. Provide personnel security guidance and assistance to managerial and administrative personnel throughout the United States. Provide customer service support with regards to personnel security to the Client.Support includes but is not limited to the following:Processing security clearance requests, Contractor Waivers, Initiating e-QIPs and resolving e-QIP issues and/or questions, reviewing e-QIP packages and processing investigations to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Create new contractor cases in JSTARS in a timely and efficient manner Manage the employee roster to include removing personnel that are no longer working for the Client or the districts, adding new contractor personnel, adding clearance information, etc. Participate in cross-training and assist with the training of new personnel, as directed. Responsible for assignment, workflow, and follow-up of all work performed by ARMADA PSS personnel.   Provide technical knowledge, expertise and coaching to all PSS employees, yet not serve as their direct supervisor. Support the PM as it relates to recruitment and personnel security staffing including reviewing personnel security candidate resumes, interviewing candidates, as well as candidate down selection Contribute to personnel security employee annual performance evaluations and promotion reviews Support the PM as it relates to disciplinary action and professional development of personnel security staff Comply with Company and contract policies and procedures, support other duties as assigned by PM or Company Leadership. Other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Ability to multi-task, pay close attention to detail, stay alert and focused, and coordinate and manage electronic security equipment. Ability to use computer software applications including, but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, databases and email. Possess excellent organizational and file management skills and the ability to plan and execute administrative work with little supervision Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision Possess excellent typing abilities and the skill to prepare documents accurately with minimal errors. Ability to professionally interact with customers, colleagues and command members at all levels; and to foster positive business relationships. Minimum/General Experience: The Senior Personnel Security Specialist shall have a minimum of 10 years of project management and personnel security experience. The individual must have a documented work history demonstrating success at increasing levels of responsibility and project complexity in the area of personnel security. The individuals must have good critical thinking and writing skills and the ability to facilitate complex discussions with stakeholders. Minimum Education: BS/BA in a related field.  Ten years’ experience in personnel security CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1058 Disclaimer: The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the contractor assigned to this position. Special Notes: Relocation is not available for these jobs. ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Washington, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time (flexible) Location: Powell, Ohio – teleworking  options available Post Date: April 26, 2019 Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   None Employee Referral Program : No   Duties & Responsibilities: Brainstorming and developing ideas for creative marketing campaigns Plan and execute initiatives to reach the target audience through appropriate channels (social media, e-mail, print, public relations, etc.) Assist in analyzing marketing data (campaign results, conversion rates, traffic etc.) to help shape future marketing strategies Support the development of a marketing plan and undertake assigned duties thereafter Collaborate with marketing and other professionals to coordinate brand awareness and marketing efforts Collaborating with agency resources on creative deliverables Develop and manage event marketing materials and activities Managing ARMADA’s social media outlets and website content, to include development of a multi-month content schedule Conducting initial, high level reviews of content Developing graphic arts materials for marketing materials (capability statements, briefing presentations, proposals, and website. Other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Thorough understanding of marketing elements (including traditional and digital marketing such as SEO/Social media etc.) and market research methods Demonstrable experience in marketing data analytics and tools Well-organized and detail oriented; strong project management skills Ability to work independently Exceptional communication and writing skills Commercial awareness partnered with a creative mind Experience developing and maintaining social media marketing campaigns Good critical thinking and writing skills and the ability to facilitate complex discussions with stakeholders Minimum/General Experience: 3-5 years of marketing experience influencing, developing and delivering marketing materials including digital/social and print advertising and managing website design/layout (non-coding) Proven experience as marketing specialist, or similar role Solid computer skills, including MS Office, marketing software (Adobe Creative Suite & CRM) and applications (Web analytics, Google Adwords etc.) Knowledge of HTML, CSS and web development tools desired;   Minimum Education: BS/BA in Marketing or equivalent  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1109   Disclaimer: The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the contractor assigned to this position.   Special Notes: Relocation is not available for this job   ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Powell, Ohio Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type: Full Time Location: Washington DC Reports To: ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   Active Top Secret Travel Requirement: 10% Employee Referral Program : Yes   Duties & Responsibilities: Conduct physical security surveys and inspections, as requested, throughout 94 Client Districts comprising more than 250 facilities to determine if designated areas meet accepted standards for the safeguarding of life, property, assets and classified information. Draft results of surveys and inspections to include detailed evaluations and recommendations for review and revision in accordance with the Physical Security Specialist. This includes generation of cost estimates and/or Statements of Work. Apply appropriate security standards during building design, upgrade and/or renovation phases to new, upgraded, or renovated Client spaces. The Candidate must be able to integrate all physical, technical and system security requirements, including but not limited to Hirsch Access Control, intrusion detection systems (IDS), closed circuit video (CCV), ballistic protection, and duress systems, into the overall security design, using AutoCAD, Visio, Microsoft Project and Microsoft Word. Assist in review of alteration, expansion, and new construction documentation to identify security related items that require revision or further clarification to meet applicable standards. Provide technical assistance on physical security requirements and standards, especially during project development. Participate in project meetings with Facilities Management, Client field offices, other federal agencies and building contractors. Provide technical assistance on physical security systems troubles and issues to the Client personnel, Regional Security Specialists, and other customers related to Hirsch Access Control, IDS, CCV, ballistic protection and duress systems.  Assistance can be in the form of telephone/email support, remote in capability, or on-site visits.  Coordinate the installation of security systems with the Client, federal partners, and the security vendor.   Assist the Physical Security Staff with the receiving and deployment of Government Furnished Security Equipment. Take part in special projects and studies affecting the overall security of Client facilities and property. Participate in cross-training and assist with the training of new personnel, as directed. Submit time and expense reports per Company protocols, comply with Company and contract policies and procedures, support other duties as assigned by PM or Company Leadership. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Ability to multi-task, pay close attention to detail, stay alert and focused, and coordinate and manage electronic security equipment. Ability to use computer software applications including, but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, databases and email. Possess excellent organizational and file management skills and the ability to plan and execute administrative work with little supervision Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision Possess excellent typing abilities and the skill to prepare documents accurately with minimal errors. Ability to professionally interact with customers, colleagues and command members at all levels; and to foster positive business relationships. Minimum/General Experience: The Physical Security Engineer shall have a minimum of 5 years of project management and physical security experience. The individual must have a documented work history demonstrating success at increasing levels of responsibility and project complexity in the area of physical security. The individuals must have good critical thinking and writing skills and the ability to facilitate complex discussions with stakeholders. Minimum Education: BS/BA in a related field. Five to seven years experience in physical security. Disclaimer: The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the contractor assigned to this position. Special Notes: Relocation is not available for these jobs.  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1043   ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. 
Armada Ltd. Washington, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Personnel Security Assistant Type:  Full Time Location:  Washington DC  Reports To:  ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:  Active Top Secret Employee Referral Program : Yes Duties & Responsibilities: Assist in conducting preliminary and final reviews of statements of personal history and related data prior to initiation of background investigation procedures. Review completed background investigations of individuals who would occupy positions where a determination of suitability for employment or access to classified information is required. Assist in the adjudication of personal background investigations for suitability for employment with the government and/or granting of a security clearance. This includes the drafting of summary sheets on the results of investigations for all assigned cases. In cases of derogatory information, the Contractor shall draft a detailed evaluation of the adverse information to include serious issue cases. When the information is insufficient to make a recommendation regarding the disposition of a case, the employee shall draft a list of recommended questions or lines of inquiry necessary so a recommendation can be made.     Conduct routine and/or confrontational subject interviews on behalf of the Client to verify information listed on statements of personal history or resolve items of derogatory information developed during the course of background investigations. Ensure that sensitive investigative data is handled and controlled in a secure fashion to protect the interest of the Client and safeguard the rights of the individual. Provide administrative support to other Personnel Security Specialists in completing actions in support of the Personnel Security mission. Provide personnel security guidance and assistance to managerial and administrative personnel throughout the United States. Provide customer service support with regards to personnel security to the Client.  Support includes but is not limited to the following:  Processing security clearance requests, Contractor Waivers, Initiating e-QIPs and resolving e-QIP issues and/or questions, reviewing e-QIP packages and processing investigations to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Possess thorough knowledge of e-QIP, PIPS, CVS, NCIC, fingerprint card and live scan processing and, security databases. Analyze information and provide recommendations on waiver determinations Create new contractor cases in JSTARS  in a timely and efficient manner Manage the employee roster to include removing personnel that are no longer working for the Client or the districts, adding new contractor personnel, adding clearance information, etc. Participate in cross-training and assist with the training of new personnel, as directed. Submit time and expense reports per Company protocols, comply with Company and contract policies and procedures, support other duties as assigned by PM or Company Leadership. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Ability to multi-task, pay close attention to detail, stay alert and focused, and coordinate and manage electronic security equipment. Ability to use computer software applications including, but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, databases and email. Possess excellent organizational and file management skills and the ability to plan and execute administrative work with little supervision Possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision Possess excellent typing abilities and the skill to prepare documents accurately with minimal errors. Ability to professionally interact with customers, colleagues and command members at all levels; and to foster positive business relationships. Minimum/General Experience: Personnel Security Assistant shall have 1-3 years of personnel security experience. The individual must have a documented work history demonstrating success at increasing levels of responsibility and project complexity in the area of personnel security. The individuals must have good critical thinking and writing skills and the ability to facilitate complex discussions with stakeholders.  Minimum Education: Working toward Associates or BS/BA in a related field preferred.  One to three years’ experience in personnel security. CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1008 Disclaimer:  The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the contractor assigned to this position. Special Notes:  Relocation is not available for these jobs. ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Washington, District of Columbia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Position: Physical Security Specialist (Journeyman - Compliance Specialist) Type : Full Time Location : Arlington, VA Reports to : ARMADA HQ Security Clearance : Secret Travel: 25% Duties & Responsibilities : The individual serves as a Compliance Specialist with responsibility for overseeing a broad range of compliance activities associated with the planning, design, and construction of major projects affecting and related to the physical security of U.S. diplomatic facilities and related buildings and residences, compounds, as well as renovations, rehabilitations, and modifications. The scope of the work is broad and consists of providing security oversight and coordination for building projects, renovations, and modifications to existing Departmental facilities abroad, monitoring compliance with established physical security standards at building sites, recommending priorities for physical security projects, and providing expert physical security advice and guidance to posts on a wide and varied range of compliance issues. The work provides guidance and advice to project managers and construction managers in OBO on physical, security standards and Overseas Security Policy Board (OSPB) policies applicable to overseas diplomatic missions and their implementation in projects. Examine, evaluate, and extend guidelines to a considerable degree in order to ensure strict compliance with physical security policies and standards in the design, construction, rehabilitation, and related physical security projects of buildings and compounds at overseas posts. Research and identify the need for new or updated policies and standards to meet changing requirements and continually improve the effectiveness of physical security measures. Continually appraise physical security programs and operations at regional posts and assesses adherence, through physical security survey evaluations and inspections. Maintain thorough familiarity with the rules and regulations governing the safeguarding of national security information, protection of personnel and diplomatic facilities as defined in the Department of State rules and regulations, OSPB standards, policy memoranda, and applicable public law. Provide physical security oversight and coordination for U.S. diplomatic facilities abroad within an assigned geographic region. Provide assistance and guidance in recommending approval regarding the adequacy and appropriateness of security measures based on conformance with standards applied to specific projects affecting these facilities. Recommend, implement, and ensure enforcement of all pertinent foreign affairs manuals, handbooks, and applicable legislation on the protection of diplomatic facilities. Ensure compliance with appropriate OSPB requirements and be sufficiently conversant to impart guidance that ensures compliance and proper implementation. Provide expert technical guidance and advice to OBO project managers and construction managers, planners, architects, etc. on the implementation of physical security standards and policies. Review and recommend approval for all project drawings, plans, and documents for conformance to security standards and policies affecting diplomatic facilities. Review assigned diplomatic construction projects to identify physical security needs to ensure the integrity of each project. Identify broad range of critical and complex physical security issues and recommends modification as required to ensure compliance with applicable regulations. Evaluate physical security policies and procedures in response to a variety of physical security issues, changing design requirements, and evolving overseas security conditions. Research, analyze, and recommend establishment of standards and criteria that will achieve the best overall protection for U.S. government assets, personnel, and mission profiles at overseas posts. Stay proficient with emerging developments in the physical security discipline. Research, evaluate, and recommend adoption of new developments that will enhance efforts to reduce physical security risks at overseas facilities and ensure compliance with standards. Establish and maintain liaison and serve as the focal point of the coordination and communication with appropriate Department bureaus and offices, overseas posts, and interested foreign affairs and intelligence agencies. Participate in working groups to identify, examine, negotiate, and resolve security mandates, concerns, and issues. Review and prepare responses to all incoming correspondences and cables (classified and unclassified), waiver/exception requests, and inquiries from U.S. diplomatic facilities and foreign affairs agencies, RSO, Ambassadors, et al, regarding physical security standards compliance at posts. The Contractor shall write comprehensive technical reports and memoranda on physical security compliance-related topics.  Apply risk management methodology to assess post threat levels against security standards, continually balancing security costs against risks and creating vulnerability assessments of overseas diplomatic facilities as well as locations deemed soft targets. Maintain appropriate documentation for each security project in accordance with both federal and PCD records management policies and produce project milestone reports. Remain well-versed in the implementation of, and provide advisement on, state-of-the-art physical security technology, including vetted systems and related devices certified by the Bureau of Diplomatic Security countermeasures program including vehicle anti-ram barriers, forced-entry and ballistic resistant walls, doors, and windows, blast mitigation (e.g., window fragmentation countermeasures), and shatter-resistant window films. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) : Mastery of physical security principles, methods, and practices as applied to the planning, design, review, and construction of multi-use buildings and compounds, located at sites around the world where the protection of people, information, and property is paramount. Substantive experience as a member of a design and construction team as it pertains to the construction or renovation of diplomatic facilities. Previous multitasking experience is essential to oversee and support multiple complex and diverse security-related projects overseas. Comprehensive knowledge and experience involving U.S. diplomatic facilities ranging from embassies, consulates, other foreign affairs buildings, and residences ensuring stringent compliance with applicable security requirements. Demonstrated ability to read, write, and comprehend in English, at a 4th year college level equivalent, technical documents, memorandums, reports, and power point and develop and present ideas and solutions to physical security challenges in accordance with applicable regulations. Ability to conduct comprehensive physical security analyses, evaluate compliance, and enforce physical security standards. Ability to meet and work effectively with a variety of levels of Department bureaucracy and other agencies to develop cooperation and understanding necessary to support security program objectives. Familiarity with roles and responsibilities of foreign affairs and intelligence agencies and the interrelationships at U.S. diplomatic facilities to ensure compliance with appropriate and applicable regulations governing the protection of these facilities, personnel, and information. Ability to diagnose, isolate, and resolve critical and complex physical security problems associated with the physical security standards that govern the building, planning, design, and construction phases. Minimum Education : BS/BA in a related field preferred, but not required.  CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1007 Disclaimer : The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the employee assigned to this position.  Special Notes : Relocation is not available for these jobs. ARMADA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. ARMADA complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Armada Ltd. Arlington, Virginia Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type:  Full Time Location:  Kirtland AFB Reports To:  ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   Active Top Secret / SCI Duties & Responsibilities:  Information Systems Security. (100%) Provide direct support and assistance in day-to-day administration of the Information Systems Security program. Provide certified professionals commensurate with their responsibilities in accordance with DoD Directive 8140.01 and DoD 8570.01-M, and perform Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) duties. Provide guidance and assistance to subordinate units involved in SAP activities as necessary, and provide technical review and recommend engineering solutions for all networks supporting SAPs. Perform all ISSO responsibilities for the DMOC collateral and SAP Battlespace enclave, unclassified development systems, and for externally-managed systems that require an ISSO within the DMOC Battlespace. Provide ISSO support for network interconnections to include releasable classified network connections. Systems Accreditation.  Establish and maintain enclave and network accreditation and special approval authorizations, as required, for all networked and stand-alone information systems (IS) operating within the DMOC collateral Battlespace. Hardware, Software and Media.  Maintain continuous positive control over all IS hardware, software and magnetic media entered into, and removed from, DMOC, and the DMOC collateral Battlespace. Execute audits on all DMOC, and DMOC collateral Battlespace computer/information systems IAW applicable policy directives. Perform and document initial training for all personnel prior to granting access to any classified IS. Configuration Management (CM).  Serve as a key member on each unit's CM Board and ensure CM is maintained and documented. Risk Management Framework - Continuous Monitoring Program.  Participate in the development and/or modification of the computer environment cybersecurity program and requirements according to DoD and AF Directives, Instructions, or Manuals. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Ability to implement Risk Management Framework (RM) and Distributed Mission Operations Network (DMON). Skilled in systems administration Certifications: DoD 8570.1 IAT Level III certification is required [CISSP (or Associate), CASP, CISA, GCED, GCIH] Minimum Years’ Experience: 9 year’s relevant experience (3 specialized) Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1111
Armada Ltd. Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, NM, USA Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type:  Full Time Location:  Nellis AFB - Las Vegas Valley, NV Reports To:  ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   Active Top Secret / SCI DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Program Security Officer (PSO) performs security services in all of the specialized security areas (personnel, information, physical, operational, SAP, OPSEC, COMSEC), applying incident management, problem solving, task performance and producing finished documentation; e.g., reports, special studies, policy and procedure development, security designs, training programs and assessments. Provides research and technical support to projects, producing solutions and documentation. Monitors project tasks and schedules. Supports high intensity exercises and events which often include Joint and/or Coalition participants. REQUIREMENTS: Security Management (53%) Security Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) & Operating Instructions (OI).  Develop and maintain comprehensive SOPs and OIs outlining the security policies and guidance for conducting STO, CW, AF SAP, SCI, ACCM and collateral classified activities. Self-Reviews.  Perform comprehensive annual or semiannual self-reviews, as applicable, for STO, CW, AF SAP, SCI, ACCM and collateral security programs using the appropriate inspection checklists provided by the respective program's Cognizant Security Authority (CSA) and/or policy directives. Security Incidents.  Identify, report, investigate (if applicable) and document security incidents (violations, infractions and inadvertent disclosures) of 505 CCW and/or subordinate units STO, CW, AF SAP, SCI, ACCM and collateral classified activities in accordance with the provisions outlined in applicable security policy directives. Continuity Books.  Develop and maintain comprehensive continuity books identifying points of contact, outlining guidance and procedures, and providing specific examples for executing the following security mission areas, as applicable: information security, personnel security, physical security, information systems security, COMSEC, OPSEC, industrial security, foreign disclosure, SETA, and systems administration. Exercise/Event Support.  Assist in scheduling resources, manning, and planning required to support Wing-sponsored/hosted exercises and events. Attend planning conferences and meetings, participate in security site surveys, and interface with host-base offices to acquire support for event security. USM Handbooks, Documents, and Records.  Ensure USM Handbooks contain all required information in accordance with local policy, and documents and records are readily accessible during security inspections. Facility Security Management.  Provide Security and Facility Management functions IAW local policy. Maintain all records including SCI indoctrination, network accreditations, SCI Special Security Representative, and Facility Manager handbooks. Personnel Security. (18%) Billet/Quota Management.  Assist in the management of STO, CW and AF SAP personnel billets/quotas. Maintain applicable automated databases consisting of all billets/quotas allocated to 505 CCW and assist in the conduct of annual billet/quota revalidations. Billet revalidation records will be retained on file locally in accordance with applicable policy directives. SAP Nomination.  Conduct pre-screening interviews in accordance with DoD, Joint Staff, and Air Force policy guidance for all personnel nominated for STO, CW, and/or AF SAP access. When applicable, enter the nominee's organization, PII, and access requirements into the Joint Access Database Environment (JADE). Indoctrination and Debrief Paperwork.  Upon receipt of SCI, STO, CW or AF SAP access approval (or subsequent debrief), prepare the appropriate paperwork and schedule time for the nominee to receive a formal indoctrination briefing and initial security training. Process all signed forms in accordance with established local procedures, and maintain within the individual’s respective PSF or archive, as appropriate. Physical Security. (14%) Facility Accreditation.  Ensure SCI/SAP Facilities (SCIFs/SAPFs), collateral controlled/open storage areas, and Temporary Secure Working Areas (TSWA) comply with the physical security standards outlined in Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705, DoD Manual 5205.07 Volume 3, and/or all other applicable directives and established host base policies. Emergency Actions Plan (EAP).  Develop and maintain comprehensive EAPs to establish procedures and outline responsibilities of assigned personnel for safeguarding classified information during an emergency situation. Facility Access.  Provide oversight of entry control into secure facilities by controlling the movement of permanent party, students and visitors via electronic security systems and performing escort duties, as necessary. Exercise/Event Security Support. (7%) Exercise/Event Security Support.  Provide similar security support during exercises/events; this support is in addition to the normal workday. Information Security. (5%) Classified Reproduction.  Monitor reproduction equipment and provide guidance to all personnel on the proper procedures for reproducing classified documents. Classified Destruction.  Provide guidance on proper procedures for the destruction of classified information. Foreign Disclosure. (1%) Foreign Disclosure Scope/Responsibilities.  Provide full support as an alternate to the Foreign Disclosure Officer (FDO) on all Foreign Disclosure matters. Operations Security (OPSEC). (.5%) OPSEC Plan.  Develop and maintain comprehensive OPSEC plans and Critical Information Lists (CIL), which identify specific unit responsibilities and describes how to implement an OPSEC program; existing plans and lists will be provided by the government upon contract award. Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA). (.5%) SETA Scope/Responsibilities.  Provide direct support and assistance in day-to-day administration of the overall SETA program in accordance with applicable policy directives and local requirements. Industrial Security. (.5%) Industrial Security Scope/Responsibilities.  Assist in maintaining a current listing of the key on-base management officials and other applicable parties. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (KSAS): Knowledgeable of information security, personnel, physical, OPSEC Ability to provide security education and training Skilled in developing and maintaining comprehensive SOPs and OIs outlining the security policies and guidance MINIMUM YEARS’ EXPERIENCE: 9 year’s relevant experience (3 specialized) MINIMUM EDUCATION : Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1110   
Armada Ltd. Nellis AFB, Nevada Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
SCI Physical Security Specialist Location(s): Hulburt Airfield – 505th CCW – AP Clearance Required: TS/SCI Duties & Responsibilities: The Physical Security Specialist provides direct support and assistance in the day-to-day physical, personnel, industrial, and information security of the customer facilities and all classified and collateral activities held within and provides guidance and assistance to assigned personnel, subordinate units, and visitors when necessary. Requirements: Physical Security. (100%) Facility Accreditation. Ensure SCI/SAP Facilities (SCIFs/SAPFs), collateral controlled/open storage areas, and Temporary Secure Working Areas (TSWA) comply with the physical security standards outlined in Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705, DoD Manual 5205.07 Volume 3, and/or all other applicable directives and established host base policies. Prepare, revise, and manage, as needed, facility accreditation paperwork, to include the Fixed Facility Checklist (FFC), and review subordinate unit accreditation packages prior to submission for approval. Emergency Actions Plan (EAP). Develop and maintain comprehensive EAPs to establish procedures and outline responsibilities of assigned personnel for safeguarding classified information during an emergency situation. Facility Access. Provide oversight of entry control into secure facilities by controlling the movement of permanent party, students and visitors via electronic security systems and performing escort duties, as necessary. Staff the Visitor Control Center (Front Desk) of applicable facilities, verify credentials of personnel entering the facility, match visit requests/student rosters and issue access badges as appropriate. Visitor Access. Perform access verification of all visitors and ensure current facility occupants are cognizant of each visitor’s access prior to allowing entrance into the facility in accordance with established local procedures. Random Entry/Exit Inspections. Perform and document random inspections of all hand carried items being brought into or removed from the SCIF/SAPF or controlled area to prevent the introduction of prohibited items into the facility and unauthorized removal of classified information. End-of-Day Security Check. Prepare, perform and document end-of-day security checks in accordance with established directives and local procedures, as required. Door/Safe Combination. Ensure the combination of each door and safe lock is changed in accordance with procedures identified in applicable policy directives, and outlined in the facility's security SOP. As a minimum, change all door and safe combinations every twelve months; a record of each combination shall be stored in a facility of equal or greater classification/accreditation. Facility Access Control/Alarm System. Implement, manage, and maintain the systems, processes and procedures to ensure U.S. Government information and assets are protected throughout the wing. This includes automated access control systems, alarm systems, badge systems and electronic access listings. Alarm Activation Response. Shall be listed on alarm response lists (which includes 24-hour and/or after hour response) for alarm activations, facility security issues and confirmation of alarm system operation after power failure. Controlled Area/Facility Inspections. As a minimum, conduct monthly random inspections inside and around the exterior of Controlled Areas; and confiscate, document and dispose of prohibited items brought into the facility. Technical Security. Assist in the implementation of the Technical Security program in conjunction with the host base IA office and Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Closed Circuit Television System. Monitor the closed circuit television system during daily and/or emergency situations to facilitate safety and security of personnel and resources. Anti-terrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP). Support AT/FP program as alternate AT/FP manager. Fixed Facility SCIF Construction. Provide a Construction Security Manager (CSP) who will be the single point of contact regarding SCIF security and shall be responsible for all security aspects of the SCIF/SAPF construction Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Knowledgeable of Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705 Skilled in physical security Ability to write Emergency Action Plan, security SOPs and/or OIs Minimum Years’ Experience: 9 year’s relevant experience (3 specialized   Minimum Education : Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1122   Have you completed all your ARMADA Resume sections? Please make sure you completed all of them before applying for any job position.  I have completed my ARMADA Online Resume
Armada Ltd. Hulburt Airfield, Florida Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
JWICS Information System Security Officer Location(s): Hulbert Airfield – 505thCTS Clearance Required: TS/SCI Number of Positions: 2 Duties & Responsibilities: The candidate provides direct support and assistance in day-to-day administration of the Information Systems Security program. Experience and knowledge in accordance with DoD Directive 8570.01 and DoD 8570.01-M with SCI and SAP systems. Requirements: Information Systems Security. (94%) Provide direct support and assistance in day-to-day administration of the Information Systems Security program. Provide certified professionals commensurate with their responsibilities in accordance with DoD Directive 8140.01 and DoD 8570.01-M, and perform Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) duties. ISSOs will provide guidance and assistance to subordinate units involved in SAP activities as necessary, and provide technical review and recommend engineering solutions for all networks supporting SAPs. Perform all ISSO responsibilities for the DMOC collateral and SAP Battlespace enclave, unclassified development systems, and for externally-managed systems that require an ISSO within the DMOC Battlespace. Provide ISSO support for network interconnections to include releasable classified network connections. Systems Accreditation. Establish and maintain enclave and network accreditation and special approval authorizations, as required, for all networked and stand-alone information systems (IS) operating within the DMOC collateral Battlespace. Hardware, Software and Media. Maintain continuous positive control over all IS hardware, software and magnetic media entered into, and removed from, DMOC, and the DMOC collateral Battlespace. Audits. Execute audits on all DMOC, and DMOC collateral Battlespace computer/information systems IAW applicable policy directives. Training. Perform and document initial training for all personnel prior to granting access to any classified IS. Configuration Management (CM). Serve as a key member on each unit's CM Board and ensure CM is maintained and documented. Risk Management Framework - Continuous Monitoring Program. The ISSOs shall participate in the development and/or modification of the computer environment cybersecurity program and requirements according to DoD and AF Directives, Instructions, or Manuals. Communications Security (COMSEC). (3%) COMSEC Duties. Perform daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual COMSEC duties in accordance with applicable policy directives and established local procedures, as appropriate. Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA). (3%) SETA Scope/Responsibilities. Provide direct support and assistance in day-to-day administration of the overall SETA program. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs): Ability to implement Risk Management Framework (RM) and Distributed Mission Operations Network (DMON). Skilled in systems administration Knowledge of COMSEC Certifications: DoD 8570.1 IAT Level III certification is required [CISSP (or Associate), CASP, CISA, GCED, GCIH] Minimum Years’ Experience: 9 year’s relevant experience (3 specialized) Minimum Education : Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1121  
Armada Ltd. Hulburt Airfield, Florida Full-Time
Aug 15, 2019
Type:  Full Time Location:  Hulburt Airfield - FL 505th Reports To:  ARMADA HQ Security Clearance Required:   Active Top Secret / SCI Duties &  Responsibilities Knowledge of risk management to include Analytical Risk Management Process, Security in Depth (SID), and Compartmented Area (CA) Knowledge of fixed facility SCIF construction to include roles and responsibilities of key SCIF construction personnel, construction security, perimeter wall, floor and ceiling construction criteria, SCIF door and window criteria, SCIF perimeter penetrations criteria, alarm response time criteria for SCIF’s, secure working areas (SWA), and temporary secure working areas (TSWA) Knowledge of intrusion detection systems (IDS) to include specifications and implementation requirements, FIPS encryption standards IDS modes of operation, operations and maintenance of IDS, and installation and testing of IDS Knowledge of access control systems (ACS) to include SCIF access control, ACS administration, ACS physical protection, ACS recordkeeping, using closed circuit television (CCTV) to supplement ACS Knowledge of acoustic protection to include white noise, sound group ratings, acoustic testing, construction guidance for acoustic protection, and sound transmission mitigations Knowledge of portable electronic devices (PEDs) to include approved use of PEDs in a SCIF, prohibitions, PED risk levels, and risk mitigation Knowledge of telecommunications systems to include unclassified telephone systems, unclassified information systems, using closed circuit television (CCTV) to monitor SCIF entry point(s), unclassified wireless network technology, environmental infrastructure systems, emergency notification systems, system access, unclassified cable control Knowledge of management and operations to include SCIF repository, SCIF management, SOPs, inspections, control of combinations, de-accreditation guidelines, visitor access, maintenance, IDS and ACS documentation requirements, and emergency plans Knowledge of forms and plans to include fixed facility checklists, TEMPEST checklists, compartmented area checklists, SCIF co-use requests and MOAs, and construction security plans (CSP) Prepare, revise, and manage, as needed, facility accreditation paperwork, to include the Fixed Facility Checklist (FFC), and review subordinate unit accreditation packages prior to submission for approval Maintain multiple facility accreditation six-part folders consisting of the FFC and all attachments, accreditation authorization documents, waiver requests and approvals, the Emergency Actions Plan (EAP) and SOP, and any miscellaneous approval letters applicable to the respective SCIF/SAPF or controlled/open storage area (as applicable), as well as similar folders for subordinate unit facilities Serve as custodian for security related records and safes used for the storage of classified material Maintain accreditation files locally in accordance with applicable policy directives Other duties as assigned. Required Skills (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities)  Knowledge of ICD 705, Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities, ICS 705-1, Physical and Technical Standards for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities, and Joint Air Force-Army-Navy (JAFAN) Manual 6/9 Knowledge of information assurance guidance Knowledge of system security plans Knowledge of cyber security Required Security Clearance: TS/SCI required. Willing to obtain and undergo a CI Polygraph. Educational  and Position Requirements: No degree required. Bachelor’s degree in related field strongly preferred. 5 years of related experience CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO OUR WEBSITE FOR YOUR APPLICATION: https://resume.armadausa.com/jobs/1120 Have you completed all your ARMADA Resume sections? Please make sure you completed all of them before applying for any job position.  I have completed my ARMADA Online Resume
Armada Ltd. Hulburt Airfield, Florida Full-Time