The Physical Security Specialist position supports the Security Office at the Grace Hopper Service Center on board Naval Base Coronado (Naval Air Station North Island (NASNI)). The position has five tasks: operation of the Lenel Security Control System Program, assisting with the Physical Security Program, the Lock and Key Control Program, Foreign Travel Program and Information Security Program. This is an entry level position. Initial training is provided.
Task 1: Lenel Security Control System Program: The Lenel Security Control System records, tracks and generates the required documents for issuing identification (ID) badges. This task requires electronic input via computer, average of 100 badges / misc. transactions per day and 100-150 visit request actions per month. Interaction with Government personnel to interpret telephone and in-person personal data, including providing assistance to visitors in marking building locations on maps and providing regarding visit procedure information is required.
Task 2: Physical Security Program: This task assists with providing physical security and antiterrorism support. Walking a Physical Security Site Survey “punch list” is required, including climbing ladders for ceiling access, the ability to lift up to 25 pounds, using a light to visually inspect dimly lit spaces above false ceilings, as well as bending, crouching, kneeling and positions prone on the floor, removing floor plates to inspect voids under false flooring, average of 50 surveys per month. This task provides oversight and maintenance of automated access control, intrusion detection and surveillance systems, integrating Access Control policies as well as performing employee check-in/out functions.
Task 3: Lock and Key Control Program: This task performs data input through a PC based Locksmith Services database. This database tracks service requests and maintains a lock, key and safe inventory of approximately 40 records pertaining to open storage (Classification: SECRET) rooms and security containers. Task includes issuance of keys, recording and forwarding requests for movement of security containers and passing requests to locksmith personnel, average of 10 requests per month.
Task 4: Foreign Travel Program: This task utilizes the Aircraft and Personnel Automated Clearance System (APACS) software and the Electronic Country Clearance (ECC) system to enable planning for foreign travel, processing an average of 20 requests per month. This task requires NIPR/SIPRNET research, providing classified Anti-Terrorism Force Protection country specific pre-departure briefings, assisting personnel in preparing and submitting an Individual Antiterrorism Travel Plan (IATP) and maintaining databases of foreign travel & training information. Requirements include typing memos and preparing/maintaining individual files.
Task 5: Information Security Program: This task assists with documentation review, preparation for security inspections, site assist visits and inspections, classified shipping reviews, issuance of courier cards and letters, development of necessary training materials and maintenance of relevant databases. This task supports and assists Government Employees with Classified (SECRET) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) during initial classification and controlling, as well as subsequent review of material to support decontrolling, downgrading and declassification of documentation and media.
Note Tasks 1 – 5: Deficiencies identified performing above tasks may require further validation, research and analysis as well as follow up actions to confirm that discrepancies are corrected into compliance
Cask is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.