Program Security Officer

Overview:
Vencore is a proven provider of information solutions, engineering and analytics for the U.S. Government. With more than 40 years of experience working in the defense, civilian and intelligence communities, Vencore designs, develops and delivers high impact, mission-critical services and solutions to overcome its customers most complex problems.
Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, Vencore employs 3,800 engineers, analysts, IT specialists and other professionals who strive to be the best at everything they do.
Vencore is an AA/EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
Responsibilities:
Program Security Officer. Provides technical security support to for government and DoD programs. Duties include but not limited to: interpreting, implementing and administering security policy; monitoring management of personnel access quotas, program access request processing, first tier adjudication performance and periodic reinvestigation processing; and conducting program indoctrinations and debriefings. Perform classification review of outgoing documents, electronic media and equipment; assist in the development of classification guidance; advice on facility design review and construction criteria; assemble data for preparation of physical security Inspectable Space Determination (TEMPEST) packages, AIS and physical security packages; develop and implement facility operating procedures; prepare Co-Utilization Agreements; maintain physical security, AIS, and TEMPEST records; administer OPSEC process to determine appropriate countermeasures; and receives direction from the Government PSO. "Vencore is looking for a Department of Defense (to include OSD, Army, Air Force, Navy or Marine Corps) weapons and combat systems Security Subject Matter Expert to support The Office of Naval Research and the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division for the ONR-30 FIRES Counter-Counter Rockets, Artillery and Mortar (CCRAM) Program. Candidate will have experience working with The Security Classification Guide (SCG) as part of the Program Protection Plan (PPP). He/she will be able to detail how information will be classified and marked on the acquisition program. This person will be responsible for creating the written record of an original classification decision or series of decisions regarding a system, plan, program, or project related to the CCRAM program. He/she will address each Critical Program Information (CPI), as well as other relevant information requiring protection, including export-controlled information and sensitive but unclassified information.
The Contractor should have experience in preparing a Security Classification Guide for areas that include but are not limited to:
Materials ? including coatings, thin films and bulk materials ? that affect radar cross section.
Application of materials as coatings and thin films on tactical and non-tactical objects.
Construction of tactical and non-tactical objects using bulk materials.
Development of new coatings, thin films and bulk materials to alter the radar cross section of tactical and non-tactical objects.
Data collection on tactical and non-tactical objects using laboratory, test range and tactical instrumentation.
Analysis of data that was collected on tactical and non-tactical objects using laboratory, test range and tactical instrumentation.
Job Location: Can be either Arlington, VA; Quantico/Stafford, VA; or Dahlgren, VA"
Qualifications:
TS Clearance; B.S. or M.S. in Materiels, Mechanical, Electrical or General Engineering; with an operational background in Air Force, Army, Marine Corps or Navy Fires or weapons and combat systems support.
Requires 5 to 8 years with BS/BA or 3 to 5 years with MS/MA or 0 to 2 years with PhD.
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