SOC is recruiting for a Plans Analyst for the NNSS Protective Force Contract in Nevada.
Develops, coordinates, publishes, and maintains security strategies reflected in emergency response plans (hazardous material spills, radiological accidents, fires, general evacuation) that address new requirements, correct identified vulnerabilities or deficiencies, and temporary protection requirements.
Develops, coordinates, reviews and updates orders for routine operational security requirements based on new requirements, enhancements based on facility modification or expansion, and/or identified deficiencies.
Develops and maintains the critical facility customer liaison for assigned facilities. Participates in a team environment to ensure open communication between facility management and program personnel and the protective force are maintained; manages new security projects or initiatives to completion; communicate issues to management; and take appropriate corrective action when correcting problems and concerns.
Reviews the Site Security Plan, response strategies, operational orders and revises planning documents during annual updates, implementation of new initiatives or enhancements based on facility modifications, or expansion, and/or identified deficiencies, in a team environment.
Interfaces with NNSS and NNSS contractor security personnel supporting required joint ventures such as the Vulnerability Analysis when developing protection strategies (e.g., time motion studies, performance tests, etc.
Analyzes performance test data trends, root cause analysis, statistical analysis and other analytical methods. Draws conclusions derived from the appropriate analysis, develops appropriate corrective action plans and completes tasks requiring updates to planning documents.
Applicable DOE, DOD, or other government agency security orders, guides, and manuals relevant to protective force operations requirements, physical security requirements and alarm system requirements.
DOE and SOC Nevada vulnerability assessment process, risk management process, site security plan, development and security force emergency response plan development.
Security and emergency planning documents, and an understanding of the proper relationships between these tools and performance of Protective Force.
Protective Force General Security orders, Post orders, and Supplemental security orders.
Speak and write in a grammatically correct and effective manner, drafting correspondence, proofreading text, publishing documents, preparing briefings and making group presentations.
Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Security, Police Science, Criminal Justice, or related field.
Six (6) years relevant experience in a security, law enforcement, or military profession.
Successful participation in the Human Reliability Program (HRP).
Valid US Driver’s License and be able to obtain a Nevada Driver’s License.