Quadrint is a fast-growing, Information Technology consulting company in the public sector that has been named to The Washington Post's Top Workplaces for the past five years! We pride ourselves in our employees feeling welcomed, valued, and involved.
Full vaccination against COVID-19, and compliance with Quadrint’s vaccination verification procedures, is required for this position, unless the individual is legally entitled to a reasonable accommodation.
Quadrint is seeking a Program Security Officer, Level I. We have multiple locations available for this role: Chantilly, VA; Springfield, VA; Aurora, CO; and Colorado Springs, CO.
A qualified candidate will perform the following duties and responsibilities, but are not limited to:
Conduct security in-briefing and debriefing related to security compartmented programs and report the activities to the OS&CI’s PSD.
Coordinate security issues, when appropriate, with internal and external mission partner organizations.
Maintain and update program security files and associated databases (i.e., TALON SCT, Facility and Information Security Accreditation Tool (FIAT), NRO Security Log).
Organize work so that assignments, projects, and taskings are completed in a timely manner and according to deadlines.
Process NRO access requests, ensuring proper paperwork is prepared and submitted (i.e., clearance Requests for Access (RFAs)).
Process NRO SCI visit requests to include IC and DoD visits.
Promote innovation and efficiency in areas of security support.
Provide ad hoc security support (i.e., security support to large conferences and other program activities as directed by the GPOC).
Provide daily support to the customer on the couriering, dispatching and proper handling of classified and unclassified documents IAW referenced executive directives, instructions, and orders.
Provide day-to-day security advice and guidance to Government and Contractors concerning computer security issues, counterintelligence, industrial, operational, personnel, physical, and technical information.
Provide personnel security support to program sponsored individuals, to include receiving, documenting, and forwarding reportable personal security information as appropriate.
Provide security incident response support to include accurate documentation, appropriate notification(s), preliminary investigation, and timely resolution.
Provide support to staff elements for foreign disclosure guidance on the proper procedures and requirements for the release of U.S. classified information to foreign mission partners.
Respond to actions that are security related or assigned to security offices.
Respond promptly to customer service needs and requirements for program security support.
Support personnel in-processing and out-processing transactions (i.e., Automated Out-Processing and Relocation System (AORS), NRO Account Action Process Requests (NAAP), NRO Badge Requests, Suite Access Requests, etc.), SCI indoctrinations and debriefings, and security briefings.
Support the process for the National Disclosure Policy (NDP) for field and staff elements.
Support the resolution of access and clearance issues that require checking various NRO and Community databases, as well as updating and ensuring the accuracy of various Government security databases.
Responsible for supporting SCI and SAPs for legacy and evolving programs.
Security Clearance Requirement: Active/current TS/SCI with Polygraph is required.
High School/GED and 4-7 years of relevant experience, or Associate’s Degree and up to 5 years of relevant experience.
Must have a general knowledge of security policies and procedures that will allow them to correctly field basic security questions, conduct basic indoctrination briefings, process reportable security information, and facilitate badge and information technology (IT) account requests.
Provide security support to conferences and other program activities as directed by the Government PSO.
Quadrint is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, status as an individual with a disability, or any other protected status.