SOC is recruiting for an Information Security Manager for our Nevada location.
Provide guidance for classification, controlled unclassified information, and unclassified controlled nuclear information (UCNI), training and policy interpretation to the Contractor staff when required, ensure that all guidance prepared conforms to DOE classification policy per the applicable DOE requirements and receives approval from Director, Office of Classification through the NFO Classification Officer. Serves on classification working groups, on a local or national level, in the development of new and the updating of existing DOE guidance. Support the classification officer in maintaining files, serving on working groups, assisting in surveys/document decision reviews, maintaining the guidance collection, and providing analytical support. Nominate an appropriate number of qualified personnel, to be approved by the NFO Classification Officer, to serve as derivative classifiers and UCNI reviewing officials. Ensure compliance with classification, CMPC/OPSEC, and records management processes.
Provide support for the Classified Matter Protection and Control (CMPC) Program Manager in developing CMPC procedures and training materials, serving on CMPC working groups, conducting CMPC training sessions, and assisting in surveys that meets expectations. Ensures all personnel performing CMPC duties receive required training and refresher briefings. Ensures classified matter is protected from loss, theft and/or compromise.
Serve as a point of contact with overall OPSEC responsibilities as defined by applicable DOE requirements. Ensure appropriate personnel receive OPSEC training; conduct and document OPSEC self-assessments; and identify new, or changes in, projects, activities, or facilities that require an OPSEC assessment and communicate that to the business unit.
Select, hire, promote, supervise, develop, and administer personnel actions for department staff.
Lead department responsibilities for development and submission of required data deliverables to regulatory agencies.
Knowledgeable in DOE Classification and UCNI Guidelines, policies and procedures
Knowledgeable in DOE Operations Security policies and procedures
Skills in training personnel on CMPC and OPSEC requirements
Supervisory and managerial principles and techniques, to include leadership, coaching and employee development
Bachelor’s degree in Security Management with a focus on Information Security and Operations Security or six (6) years’ experience
Five (5) years progressively responsible related work experience, including three (3) years supervisory experience
Valid US Driver’s License and be able to obtain a Nevada Driver’s License