Information Technology (IT)
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.
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
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