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Mid-level Intelligence Assistant Special Security Advisor (ASSA) (Afghanistan) (Requires TS/SCI) – POC in Listing

Posted by on May 16, 2018

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Job Title:  Intelligence Assistant Special Security            Advisor (ASSA)

Experience Level:  Mid-level

Location:  Afghanistan

Deployed:  100%

Security Clearance: TS/SCI

Quiet              Professionals, LLC (            has immediate openings for multiple Assistant Special            Security Advisors (ASSA’s) in Afghanistan.            


Assistant                Special Security Advisor (ASSA) Job Description:              This is a technical Intelligence related            SCIF security position, that requires a specific background            and training as an SSR/FSO/ SSO and special skills and            experience in compartmented programs in DoD/IC.  This is              not a security guard position.


The contractor will coordinate and            monitor sensitive aspects of the DOD, DOE, or other            industrial security program, ensuring compliance with            government and company security policies and procedures.            Protects classified government information and publishes            security awareness for all cleared corporate personnel.            Develops and implements security procedures in coordination            with government agencies and management personnel.             Implements policies, procedures, standards, training, and            methods for identifying and protecting information,            personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material            from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault,            vandalism, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Evaluates,            maintains and/or operates policies, devices, procedures, and            methods used for safeguarding information, property,            personnel, operations, and materials. Develops and            implements policies and procedures for analyzing and            evaluating the character, background, and history of            employees, candidates for employment, and other persons            having or proposed to be granted access to classified or            other sensitive information, materials, or work sites. Works            to determine who should have classification authority and            reviews plans for document and access controls, transmission            of sensitive information and materials, and related            information controls and safeguards. Conducts surveys of            industrial or other private facilities to determine the            organization’s eligibility to work with and store classified            and sensitive information. Orients contractors to the            security program and assists in initiating the measures            necessary to bring a facility up to established standards.            Develops security plans including, but not limited to,            access to grounds by employees, vendors, Government            personnel, and others; badge and pass systems; and clearance            records and controls. Works to resolves issues with industry            officials involving security plans and makes adjustments            based on costs, alternative methods available, other            security programs in place, and similar considerations. May            conduct training programs to make facility personnel aware            of security matters and procedures and to alert them to            dangers of espionage and sabotage. Provides advice and            guidance to less experienced staff.

Security support            from this position shall include processing personnel            background investigations for special security clearance            actions including, but not limited to:


  1. Formulating and              ensuring compliance with automated information systems              security procedures
  2. Suggesting,              implementing and monitoring compliance with the ISAF/USFOR‐A special              security policies and procedures

3)             Conducting and coordinating the training for special            security representatives

4)             Performing liaison with Government, NATO and industrial            security officials

5)  The            contractor will also support collateral and higher access            and badging procedures for the ISAF/USFOR‐A headquarters,            in coordination with the CJ2 military staff.




  • Military Intelligence background
  • Associates Degree or higher is              preferred, but not an  absolute requirement if all other              requirements are met
  • 4+ years of DoD experience with strong              job related experience and special skills and experience              in compartmented programs in DoD/IC
  • Clearance – Current DoD TS/SCI
  • Ability to work with customers and              provide special security support
  • Solid and varied experience in              planning/accrediting facilities IAW DCID 1/12 standard
  • Thorough familiarity with all security              clearance processes
  • Working knowledge of AR 25-50
  • Working knowledge of security policies              and procedures to include NISPOM, NISPOM supplement,              DCIDS, DoD and DIA M-1 Manual
  • 2+ years of experience in leading and              conducting security training and SCIF security inspections
  • Deployed experience in either              Afghanistan or Iraq, working in an Intelligence analytical              or SSR/FSO/SSO billet is preferred, but not required
  • Working knowledge of JPAS


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  • Clearance Required: No
  • Spouse Friendly: No

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