SOC is recruiting for a SPO I - Basic Readiness for the NNSS Protective Force Contract in Nevada.
Responds, controls, and resolves security and safety incidents.
Patrols areas checking buildings and perimeter fencing. Performs lock and door checks on remote locations,
Must be able to qualify with different weapons systems and be physically fit and maintain physical fitness requirements. (Performs lock and door checks on remote locations)
Controls the entry and exit of cleared and uncleared personnel.
Conducts Property, prohibited Article and SNM searches of personnel. Monitors and searches personnel, packages, and vehicles to ensure prohibited items are not brought in or materials are not removed.
Conducts daily checks on personal issue equipment (firearm, protective vest and mask, etc.) and post equipment to ensure it is functioning properly.
Know ledge of Protective Force operations and physical security systems, to include a working knowledge of the Protective Force General Security Orders, Post Orders, and Supplemental Security Orders, as well as the Code of Federal Regulations, specifically 10 CFR 1046 and 10 CFR 1047, and DOE Orders
NNSS , SOC and DOE/NNSA policy as it concerns limited arrest authority, use of force, deadly force, fresh pursuit, the concepts of suspicion, temporary detention, probable cause, proof beyond a reasonable doubt, and lawful methods of conducting searches in accordance with DOE/NNSA regulations and standards
Ability to meet 10 CFR 1046 SPO I Basic Readiness requirements. Must be able to qualify with different weapons systems and be physically fit and maintain physical fitness requirements.
Skills in tactical techniques for descending from elevated positions, tactical reactions when confronted with hostile fire, and the movements used on individuals under fire
Safety, health and security regulations, principles, procedures, practices, and processes, to include firearms and vehicle safety
High School diploma or GED.
Prior military service and/or work experience in uniformed security/law enforcement agency is desired.
Must complete and maintain SPO I Basic Readiness Certification
Valid US Driver’s License and be able to obtain a Nevada Driver’s License
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must not have any felony convictions
Must pass site test of general cognitive Ability
Must not have been convicted of a misdemeanor offense related to Domestic Violence
Must have a good credit history
Must not have a Driving under the Influence (DUI) conviction within seven (7) years prior to hire
Must not have more than one “at-fault” vehicle accidents within five (5) years prior to hire
Must be able to pass a comprehensive physical exam as defined by 10 CFR 1046 (to include drug and alcohol screens) for SPO Basic Readiness position prior to hire and as a condition of continued employment.