Sep 16, 2019

Courseware Development & Academic Instructor

  • Armada Ltd.
  • Hurlburt Field, FL, USA
Full-Time Education Government Law Enforcement & Security Training

Job Description

POSITION: COURSEWARE DEVELOPMENT & ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR
TYPE
FULL TIME
LOCATION: HULBURT AIRFIELD - FL
REPORTS TO
ARMADA HQ
SECURITY CLEARANCE
TS/SCI

Duties & Responsibilities: The Courseware Development and Academic Instructor shall research and develop security-specific lesson plans for the STO IQT course, Command and Control Warrior Advanced Course (C2WAC), and Executive-level STO Integration Courses in accordance with Wing standards and course manager guidelines.

Requirements:

Information Security. (40%)

  • Classification and Marking. Assist unit members and visitors in the proper classification and marking of all STO, CW, AF SAP, SCI, ACCM and collateral information produced within the Wing.
  • TS Accountability. Maintain multiple databases consisting of all accountable TS STO, CW and / or AF SAP documents and magnetic media (hard drives, compact discs, etc.) stored within each applicable facility, as well as those created, transmitted, transferred and / or destroyed by assigned personnel. Conduct annual and change-of-custodian audit / inventories of TS accountable information, the results of which will be documented and the respective database.

Security Management (28%)

  • SOPs & OIs. 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 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.

Exercise / Event Security Support. (13%)

  • Exercise / Event Security Support. Provide similar security support during exercises / events; this support is in addition to the normal workday.

Operations Security (OPSEC). (10%)

  • OPSEC Plan. Develop and maintain comprehensive OPSEC plans and 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.

PHYSEC. (6%)

  • PHYSEC Scope / Responsibilities. Provide direct support and assistance in the day-to-day physical security of 505 CCW facilities, and all classified activities held within; and provide guidance and assistance to assigned personnel, subordinate units, and visitors when necessary. Ensure all physical security, resource protection and controlled area procedures are fully addressed in the respective squadron's applicable security SOPs and / or OIs and incorporated into the overall SETA program.

Communications Security (COMSEC). (.5%)

  • 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). (.5%)

  • SETA Scope / Responsibilities. Provide direct support and assistance in day-to-day administration of the overall SETA program.
  • Training Requirement. SETA training shall be conducted on an annual, semiannual, quarterly or as needed basis, with all required topics identified in applicable policy directives.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSAs):

  • Ability to work as a team member, communicate, perform office functions and use office tools, customer focused and deliver exceptional performance, and knowledge of SAP processes
  • Ability to perform security management, information security, and SETA functions
  • Skills in physical security and OPSEC
  • Knowledge of COMSEC
  • Experience in developing and maintaining comprehensive SOPs and OIs outlining the security policies and guidance for conducting STO, CW, AF SAP, SCI and collateral classified activities.
  • Experience in developing and maintaining 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, SATE, and systems administration.
  • Ability to assist unit members and visitors in the proper classification and marking of all STO, CW, AF SAP, SCI and collateral information produced within the Wing.
  • Ability to serve as custodian for security related records and safes used for the storage of classified material up to and including STO, CW, AF SAP, and SCI documents, as well as those protected by the Privacy Act of 1974.
  • Ability to update and maintain collateral, SCI, STO, CW and AF SAP security education and training programs designed and tailored to the various Wing missions, as applicable.

Certifications: Must obtain certification as a formal instructor through attendance in a 505 CCW-sponsored Academic Instruction Course.

Occupations

General-Other: Training-Instruction,   Risk Management-Compliance,   Securities Analysis-Research,   Security Intelligence & Analysis  

States

FL,   GA,   LA  

Security Clearance

Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI)

Job Requirements

Minimum Years’ Experience: 11 year’s relevant experience (5 specialized)

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent


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