• Access Control Operations (Secret Clearance Required) - at JRTC

    Location US-LA-Fort Polk
    Posted Date 1 week ago(12/6/2018 2:02 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-2478
    # Positions
    1
  • Overview

    Access Control Operations

     

    * Current Secret Security Clearance Required

     

    LocationJoint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, Louisiana

     

    Job description: Provide Electronic Access Control Security maintenance and sustainment for the Joint Readiness Training Center, Operations Group, Security Office. Performance Standards Standard: Identify correct deficiencies. Provide access control and personnel security administration through receiving and control of visitors, for coordinating visit authorizations requests and verifications of security clearance utilizing customer unique databases, files and the DoD Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS). Review install and review and submit for adverse suitability issues, and for other significant "information, which" affects the JRTC facilities. Report all issues to the Security office.

     

    Minimum Qualifications:

    §  Current Secret Security Clearance and JPAS authorization.

    §  Possess appropriate IA certification IAW DoD 8570.1M. Compliant at IAT Level II. AQL training and Certification.

    §  Knowledgeable on various databases to assist the Director of Security and security specialists supporting customer requirements.

    §  Be able to utilize computer network systems for tracking information, reports, and other data dealing with various security programs and maintains the organizations personnel security database. 

    §  Be able to review personnel security records for adverse suitability issues and other significant information which affects the individual’s security clearance or access to JRTC facilities.

     

    To be considered, please send your resume to: Recruiting@oakgrovetech.com

     

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