Location: Arlington, VA, USJob Number: R0064847 COMSEC ManagerKey Role:Oversee the issuance and destruction of COMSEC materials and maintain the organization's authoritative 1,200-line item COMSEC inventory in the Key Management Infrastructure (KMI) system.
Operate COMSEC systems, perform system backups, determine operator access and control functions, including privilege management, and reload and configure the operating systems parameters.
Advise government officials on the status of COMSEC equipment, requirements for new equipment, and new developments in COMSEC regulations or capabilities.
Formulate and develop communications security criteria and requirements for inclusion in mobility, contingency, and exercise plans and maintain accountability for sensitive cryptographic materials and related COMSEC information.
Serve as a secure voice equipment user representative and emissions security program manager for STE and secure VoIP.Basic Qualifications:-5 years of experience as a DoD COMSEC custodian-Experience with a KMI program-Experience with Tier I maintenance and troubleshooting of DoD COMSEC equipment-Knowledge of technical DoD communications and information equipment using COMSEC capabilities-Knowledge of COMSEC principles, directives, procedures, criteria, and systems application-Knowledge of DoD COMSEC programs and COMSEC management system in the command and provide policy, guidance, and solutions to security problems regardless of source-Ability to rekeying COMSEC equipment-Ability to coordinate COMSEC requirements for the organization-TS/SCI clearance required-HS diploma or GED-KMO Operating Account Manager (KOAM) Certification or Training requiredClearance:Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.We’re an EOE that empowers our people—no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic—to fearlessly drive change.