SOC is recruiting for a Technology Director for our Nevada location.
Direct Division functions through: selection of Division staff; develops and maintains the Division budget; provides direction and management support to Division staff; administer personnel actions; decision making responsibility on programmatic issues in the areas of security systems, Argus project and emerging technologies.
Lead division personnel, to include coaching, guiding, staff development, instilling discipline, Operations self-assessment initiating incentives or recognition programs, resolving personal and organizational conflicts and problems
Perform decision making on programmatic issues in the areas of security systems, Argus Project, emerging technologies, staffing, process improvement, multi-departmental initiatives, organizational budgeting and operational initiatives.
Coordinate, interfaces and plans with SOC Nevada Field Office and SOC Nevada M&O Contractor and Contractors.
Oversee the identification, vetting, and presentation of applicable new technologies through the approved NA-70 process and work with the SOC Nevada Center for Security Technology, Analysis, Response, and Testing (CSTART) program.
Federal and State Laws and Regulations, Department of Energy (DOE) Orders, Manuals, Guides, and Standards, SOC Nevada and SOC policies, procedures, and orders as they relate to Protective Force systems and technology, Classified Matter, and Operations Security, personnel management, budgeting and training
Argus project management security systems to include Argus project and direct maintenance, upgrade, and enhancement of other vital security systems and components.
Knowledge necessary to evaluate, install, implement, update, and maintain critical security systems and infrastructure to ensure the 24/7 protection of DOE critical assets, facilities, and personnel at SOC Nevada.
Supervisory and managerial principles and techniques, to include leadership, coaching and employee development
Knowledge and ability to lead SOC Nevada effort to identify, review, integrate and deploy emerging and current security system technologies for protection of safeguards and security interests.
Bachelor’s degree in business, management or security-related field. Master's degree preferred.
Twelve (12) years Protective Force experience in a managerial position, with at least eight (8) years in a supervisory capacity in a security systems and technologies environment
Successful participation in the Human Reliability Program (HRP)
Valid US Driver’s License and be able to obtain a Nevada Driver’s License.