The Facility Security Manager will administer and execute a strong security program in compliance with the NISPOM (National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual), NISPOM Supplement, DoD 5105.21-M-1, COMSEC Manual 90-1, DCIDs and associated corporate and government policies and directives.
Key Areas of Responsibility
- Administer a comprehensive security education training program.
- Interface with government customers on security related issues.
- Prepare and maintain the company SPP to include AIS plans.
- Use JPAS, e-QIP and other security software in the performance of assigned duties.
- Perform required self-inspections of security programs.
- Coordinate with the Corporate Office on security matters.
- Manage and implements physical security safeguards for the protection of personnel and property.
- Prepare and maintain policy and procedures for handling, storing, and keeping records, and for granting personnel and visitors' access to restricted records and materials.
- Maintain classified document account.
- Prepare assessments involving possible security violations and initiates measures to correct security deficiencies.
- Prepare, issue, and maintain DD254s.
- Provide input/review of RFPs.
- Supervise Security Specialists in the process of personnel clearances, special access requests and other personnel clearance actions.
- Performs additional duties and responsibilities as needed.
Education and/or Experience Qualifications
- Associates Degree or equivalent experience
- Facility Security Officer (FSO) Certification
- Thorough knowledge of the NISPOM, NISPOM Supplement, NISPOM Chapter 8
- Knowledge of supporting security disciplines, including document control, visit certs, personnel security processing, and security processes and procedures
- Must be able to maintain a TS level security clearance with a current Single Scope Background investigation (SSBI) and SCI access
- Five to ten years of experience in the Government Security Field
- Knowledge in the use of JPAS, DIAS COMSEC, and DoD/OPM, e-QIP
- Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate information to various audiences and all levels of the organization, both verbally and through written communications
- Must be dependable, responsive, customer focused and possess the qualities of diplomacy, tact, excellent judgment, discretion and initiative and perform in a multi-tasked and dynamic environment
- Excellent interpersonal, written, verbal, and presentation skills
- Highly experienced in interfacing with Government customers and executive management
- Requires the ability to make sound decisions, manage time, take independent action, analyze problems and provide focused solutions
- Strong and effective leadership skills
- Ability and willingness to travel up to 25% to other CDW offices or client sites
CDW is committed to maintaining a workplace that is free of known hazards and to ensuring the safety, health, and well-being of coworkers and candidates for employment and their families, as well as the community.
CDW requires all coworkers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with the only exceptions being a documented, legally required medical or religious accommodation. Prior to starting CDW, successful candidates will be required to: (i) be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and provide CDW with proof of full vaccination; or (ii) apply for and receive a medical or religious-based accommodation to be exempt from the mandatory vaccination policy.