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Top Global Security Executive Job Code: 100

Job Description:

This is the most senior executive security position in the organization with direct line responsibility. This position has global accountability for developing, and directing the organization security program. Directs the domestic and international staff in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining security processes across the organization to reduce risks, respond to incidents, and limit exposure to liability in all areas of financial, physical, network/information technology and personal risk. Through subordinate managers, coordinate and implement site security, operations and activities to ensure protection of executives, managers, employees, physical and information assets, while ensuring optimal use of personnel and equipment. Develops and delivers service in response to criminal financial loss, counterfeiting, crimes against persons, sabotage, threats, emergencies, illegal acts, and property or environmental crimes. Accountable for state-of-the-art technology solutions and innovative security management techniques to safeguard the organization's assets and correct security vulnerabilities with new and legacy IT systems. May be responsible for ensuring the safety of all network and information system environments for the corporation and operating business units. Incumbent may be responsible for network/IS technical security architecture, network and system designs, implementation and management of systems and programs for the prevention of system hacking and virus protection. Develops and implements intrusion detection systems to prevent abuse and virus release within the organization. Develops standards and policies worldwide for compliance with government rules, regulations, laws and treaties regarding security requirements for import and export of products. Directs the approach, deployment and execution of the most sensitive investigations. Develops  relationships with high-level law enforcement and international counterparts to include in-country security and International Security agencies, intelligence and private sector counterparts worldwide.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 20 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 25 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Second Level Global Security Executive Job Code: 101

Job Description:

This is the most senior security management position of a major operating unit (sector, group or large division) level. This position can have domestic and international security accountabilities for the operating unit. Directs the development and implementation the operating unit’s security policies and programs. Directs the domestic and international staff in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining security processes across the operating unit to reduce risks, respond to incidents, and limit exposure to liability in order to reduce financial loss to the organization. Identifies significant security risks, designs and implements strategies and programs to prevent and reduce loss of the organization’s assets. Establishes appropriate standards and risk controls associated with intellectual property within the operating unit. Directs, coordinates and implements site security, operations and activities to ensure the protection of executives, managers, employees, physical and information assets, while ensuring optimal use of personnel and equipment. Develops and delivers preventative programs and services to protect against criminal financial loss, counterfeiting, crime against persons, sabotage, threats, emergencies, illegal acts, and property or environmental crimes. Researches and deploys state-of-the-art technology solutions and innovative security management techniques to safeguard the operating units assets.  Directs the approach, deployment and execution of investigations, and directs team based systems development efforts. Develops and manages the capital and expense budget for the unit’s worldwide security operations. Develops close relationships with high-level law enforcement and international counterparts to include in-country security and International Security agencies, intelligence and private sector counterparts worldwide. Briefs executive management on status of security issues. Develops a consensus position within an organization climate of diverse operational activities and often-conflicting regulations imposed by agencies with regulatory jurisdiction. Provides leadership direction to the management and professional staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 15 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 20 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Top Security Executive, International Job Code: 200

Job Description:

This is the most senior International security position in the organization with direct line responsibility. This position does not have domestic security accountabilities, but is domiciled in the U.S. Accountable for developing, implementing and directing a responsible company-wide international security program. Directs the international security staff in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining security processes across the organization to reduce risks, respond to incidents, and limit exposure to liability in order to reduce financial loss to the organization. Within the international operations of the organization, identifies significant security risks, designs and implements strategies and programs to prevent and reduce loss of the organization's assets. Through subordinate site managers operating in an international environment or facility, coordinates and implements site security, operations and activities to ensure protection of executives, managers, employees, physical assets, intellectual properties and information assets, while ensuring optimal use of personnel and equipment. Develops and implements policies and programs in response to criminal financial loss, crime against persons, sabotage, threats, emergencies, illegal acts, and property or environmental crimes. May coordinate the safety of international network and information system environments for the international business units. Through subordinate site managers operating in an international environment or facility, may be responsible for network/IS technical security architecture, network and system designs, implementation and management of systems and programs for the prevention of system hacking and virus protection. Working with in-country agencies and staff, directs the approach, deployment and execution of investigations. Maintains close relationships with high-level law enforcement, intelligence and private sector counterparts to include in-country security and international security agencies. Researches and deploys state-of-the-art technology solutions and innovative security management techniques to safeguard the organization's assets.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 15 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 20 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Regional Manager, International Security Job Code: 210

Job Description:

Plans and directs the organization's largest international geographic region(s) security function under senior management direction. Develops, implements, and manages the strategic and tactical planning for the region's security services. The Senior Regional Manager position has the largest geographical area of accountability in terms of organization assets, facilities, number and size of operating sites as opposed to a Regional Manager. Directs the international security staff in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining security processes across the organization to reduce risks, respond to incidents, and limit exposure to liability in order to reduce financial loss to the organization. Identifies significant security risks, designs and implements strategies and programs to prevent and reduce loss of the organization's assets. Coordinates and implements site security, operations and activities to ensure protection of executives, managers, employees, physical assets, intellectual properties and information assets, while ensuring optimal use of personnel and equipment. Develops and implements policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting intellectual property assets, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or financial loss. Working with in-country agencies and staff, directs the approach, deployment and execution of investigations, and directs team based systems development efforts. Maintains close relationships with high-level law enforcement, intelligence and private sector counterparts to include in-country security and international security agencies. Researches and deploys state-of-the-art technology solutions and innovative security management techniques to safeguard the organization's assets. Briefs senior management on status of international security issues. Develops a consensus position within an organization climate of diverse operational activities and often-conflicting regulations imposed by agencies and countries with regulatory jurisdiction.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 15 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Regional Manager, International Security Job Code: 220

Job Description:

Plans and directs operations in an international geographical region security function under senior management direction.  Develop, implement, and manage the strategic and tactical planning for the regions international security services. This position would have a smaller geographic area of accountability in terms of organization assets, facilities, number and size of sites as opposed to a Senior Regional Manger, International Security. This position would typically be domiciled in the United States. Develop, implement and manage regional strategic planning and coordination of the security function aligned with the organization’s overall objectives. Provides regional security leadership to the sites and establishes the regions security business plan.  Develops, plans, organizes and directs the activates of on-site security managers and ensures their actions comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Develops and 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, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss.  Develop and manage business critical projects and programs with significant financial and or legal impact on a regional level.  Develops and documents standards for measuring efficiency and effectiveness of security operations. Plans, develops and implements procedures to obtain, maintain, secure, analyze, account for, and provide information from assessment reports. Manages complex security improvement programs across business units, service organizations and regional geographies. Develops regional business plans and maintains close relationships with high-level law enforcement, intelligence and private sector counterparts to include in-country security and International Security agencies. Briefs senior and executive management on status of security issues. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the regions organizational unit. May be required to speak one or more languages of the region.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 12 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Manager, International Investigation Job Code: 225

Job Description:

Plans and directs the international investigative function under senior management direction. Accountable for implementing the organization's international investigative programs and strategies. Implements the policies, procedures and systems required to maintain and enhance the international organizational investigative mission. Interprets and applies laws, orders, rules and regulations pertaining to international investigations.  Plans and conducts investigative operations, staff investigative requirements and oversees training of subordinate investigators overseas, in the complete spectrum of investigative techniques.  Directs, plans and carries out the most sensitive and complex investigations, investigative support operations and investigative staff projects. Develops and documents standards for measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of international investigative operations. For overseas operations, evaluates and applies in-depth knowledge to establish standards of investigative efforts required, scope and depth of fact finding needed, proper use of investigative techniques and conclusions of investigations. Plans, develops and implements procedures to obtain, maintain, secure, analyze, file and account for investigative reports to appropriate in-country officials. Oversees planning and conducts extremely sensitive and complex investigations, and briefs senior and executive management on the status of these investigations.  Participates and handles extremely sensitive or high profile investigations that may have political or social ramifications within the public/international country domain. Directs briefings with international law enforcement, department and corporate staff, and coordinates the use of necessary resources to achieve company objectives. Interacts with all levels within the organization, and acts as duty expert on investigative techniques.  Maintains expert knowledge of specific requirements imposed by foreign government agencies, consulting with other members of the security function, as well as consulting with operating unit and field personnel. Keeps management informed on major accomplishments, issues and concerns.  Trains and develops staff.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Top Security Executive, Domestic Job Code: 300

Job Description:

This is the most senior domestic security management position in the organization with direct line responsibility. This position is accountable for developing, implementing and directing a responsible domestic security program for the organization. Directs the security staff in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining security processes across the organization to reduce risks, respond to incidents, and limit exposure to liability in order to reduce financial loss to the organization. Identify significant security risks, design and implement strategies and programs to prevent/reduce loss of organization assets. Implement risk reduction through increased security awareness. Through subordinate managers, coordinate and implement site security, operations and activities to ensure protection of executives, managers, employees, physical and information assets, while ensuring optimal use of personnel and equipment. Develops and ensures services in response to criminal financial loss, crimes against persons, sabotage, threats, emergencies, illegal acts, and property or environmental crimes.  May be responsible for ensuring the safety of all network and information system environments for the corporation and operating business units. Incumbent may be responsible for network/IS technical security architecture, network and system designs, implementation and management of systems and programs for the prevention of system hacking and virus protection. Develops and implements intrusion detection systems to prevent abuse and virus release within the organization. Researches and deploys state-of-the-art technology solutions and innovative security management techniques to safeguard organization assets. Directs the approach, deployment and execution of investigations, and directs team based systems development efforts. Develops and manages the capital and expense budget for the unit's domestic security operations. Develops close relationships with high-level domestic law enforcement and international counterparts to include in-country security and international security agencies, intelligence and private sector counterparts. Briefs senior and executive management on status of security issues.  Develops consensus within an organization from operational activities and regulations imposed by agencies with regulatory jurisdiction. 

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 15 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 20 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has had exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Manager, Threat Analysis Job Code: 303

Job Description:

Plans, directs, identifies, develops and executes the organizations research and threat analysis function regarding unevaluated complex information that may have corporate sensitivity and significant organizational, economic, political, military and national ramifications.  Position requires simultaneous response to legal, political, international, operational and organizational aspects to resolve interpretations of threats and risks. Manages the research, analysis, coordination, publishing and briefs on security threats, non-technical risks and geo-political issues in diverse geographical areas in foreign countries that have the potential of affecting the organization’s businesses and employees. Assesses unforeseen developments and difficulties encountered and recommends changes in direction and approach.  Works with Global Security leadership efforts to define and advance threat and risk concerns.  Develops internal and external contacts to focuses on threat and risk issues. Manages and conducts research into various reference archives and databases to extract information contributing to threat and risk analysis or due diligence and background investigation research.  Develops recommendations from analyzing complex reports to analyze and predict threat and risk issues. Maintains liaison throughout appropriate Company functional entities and external counterparts. Develops and presents threat and risk information to senior management, and external organizations. Manages the coordination and issues technical guidance to other functions involved in the research and collection of security and geopolitical information. Develops, trains and directs personnel in the Threat Analysis function.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 15 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Conducts archival research, analysis and evaluates the validity of data, analyzes information reports and present a coherent Global Security position.

 

Senior Threat Analyst IV Job Code: 306

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives.  Assignments are usually self initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes in departmental policies and procedures.  Worked is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor.  Researches and writes in-depth reports and advisories on security risks to employees and operations worldwide.  Provides rapid assessments of potentially imminent security situations, sensitive developments and complex threat issues. Identifies, tracks, and monitors emerging security threats and trends.  Keeps abreast of changing geopolitical events which could impact stability and operations. Provides research, analysis, coordination, publishing and briefs on security threats, non-technical risks and geo-political issues in diverse geographical areas in foreign countries or domestic operations that have the potential of affecting the organization’s businesses and employees. Assesses unforeseen threat developments and recommends changes in security direction and approach. Prepares briefs on strategic intelligence issues for senior management. Maintains internal and external contacts that focuses on threat and risk issues. Manages and conducts research into various reference archives and databases to extract information contributing to threat and risk analysis or due diligence and background investigation research. Maintains liaison throughout appropriate Company functional entities and external counterparts.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Knowledge reasoning to conduct archival research and analysis and evaluate the validity of data and analyze information reports.

 

Senior Manager, Protective Services (Headquarters) Job Code: 310

Job Description:

Plans, develops and directs the organization's protective services function under senior management direction.  Develops, manages and executes protective services programs for the Chairman, CEO, President, members of the Board of Directors and other executives of the organization and their families. Responsible for protective programs to include personal protection, corporate facilities, residence, airfield and event security, ground and air transportation, protocol, personal assistance and special projects.  Manages on and off-site planning, coordination and execution of plans for visiting dignitaries to include the Board of Directors, CEO's of other organizations, major account customers, Heads of State, political leaders and others. Directs the planning and execution of major corporate events and visits by dignitaries and VIP guests of the organization to ensure a safe environment. Develops and implements protective service objectives, plans and procedures. Implements the policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall organization's protective services organizational mission. Develops and documents standards of measurement of quality and effectiveness of programs. Manages all security-related issues associated with corporate aircraft facility, to including the security of the aircraft. Responsibility includes measures to protect aircraft flight facilities, in flight, and at domestic and international locations where aircraft are parked during transit status. Develops and maintains wide range of intra and interagency coordination. Determines need for and manages procurement, installation and operational instruction of security equipment required at the residence, vacation homes or offices of executives. Develops and maintains personal profiles and conducts risk assessment of all personnel covered by protective services.  Identifies groups, individuals and merging technologies that may pose threat to executives. Keeps management informed on major accomplishments, issues and concerns. Develops, trains and directs the personnel in the Protective Service function. 

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 12 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and/or Certified Protection Officer (CPO) preferred.

 

Senior Protective Service Agent IV Job Code: 314

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Executes protective services programs for the Chairman, CEO, President, members of the Board of Directors and other executives of the company and their families. Ensures the execution of off-site planning, coordination and execution of programs for visiting dignitaries to include the Board of Directors, CEO’s of other organizations, major account customers, Heads of State, political leaders and others. Manages the planning and execution of major corporate events and visits by dignitaries and VIP guest of the organization to ensure a safe environment. Responsible for protective programs to include personal protection, corporate facilities, residence, airfield and event security, ground and air transportation, protocol, personal assistance and special projects.  Evaluates and documents standards of measurement of quality and effectiveness of programs. Oversees measures to protect aircraft flight facilities, in flight, and at domestic and international locations where aircraft are parked during transit status. Maintains a wide range of intra and interagency coordination. Ensures the procurement, installation and operational instruction of security equipment required at the residence, vacation homes or offices of executives.  Participates in the development and maintenance of personal profiles and conducts risk assessment of all personnel covered by protective services. Identifies groups, individuals and merging technologies that may pose threat to executives. Represents the organization in intra and inter-company committees. Provides leadership to less experienced Protective Services Agents and technicians.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and/or Certified Protection Officer (CPO) preferred.

 

Protective Service Agent III Job Code: 315

Job Description:

Works under general direction, exercising reasonable latitude in determining protective service techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives.  Participates in providing protective services programs for the Chairman, CEO, President, members of the Board of Directors and other executives of the organization and their families.  Will participate in protective programs to include personal protection, corporate facilities, residence, airfield and event security, ground and air transportation, protocol, personal assistance and special projects.  Coordinates off-site planning, and execution of plans for visiting dignitaries to include the Board of Directors, CEO’s of other companies, major account customers, Heads of State, political leaders and others. Contributes to the planning and execution of small to medium corporate events, and visits by dignitaries and VIP guests of the organization to ensure a safe environment.  Identifies security-related issues associated with corporate aircraft facility, including the security of the aircraft.  Responsibility includes measures to protect aircraft at home flight facility, in flight, and at domestic and international locations where aircraft are parked during transit status. Maintains a wide range of intra and interagency coordination. Assists in determining the need for procurement, installation and operational instruction of security equipment required at the residence, vacation homes or offices of executives. May contribute to maintaining personal profiles and conduct risk assessments of all personnel covered by protective services.  Identifies groups, individuals and merging technologies that may pose threat to executives. Participates in professional forums and maintains currency with trends and developments in the executive protection field. May act as lead person or technical expert on small to medium projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons. Must be able to perform duties wearing personal protective equipment. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and/or Certified Protection Officer (CPO) preferred.

 

Protective Service Agent II Job Code: 316

Job Description:

Works under general supervision. Follows established procedures.  Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. With guidance, provides protective services for executives of the organization and their families as directed.  Contributes to and participates in the protective programs to include personal protection, corporate facilities, residence, airfield and event security, ground and air transportation, protocol, personal assistance and special projects.  Assists with on and off-site planning, coordination and execution of plans for visiting dignitaries to include the Board of Directors, CEO’s of other organization’s, major account customers, Heads of State, political leaders and others. Assists with the planning and execution of small to medium corporate events, and visits by dignitaries and VIP guests of the corporation to ensure a safe environment.  Assists in providing security-related issues associated with corporate aircraft facility, including the security of the aircraft.  Responsibility includes carrying out pre-determined measures to protect aircraft at home flight facility, in flight, and at domestic and international locations where aircraft are parked during transit status. Provides necessary assistance in maintaining a wide range of intra and interagency coordination. Assists in determining the needs for procurement, installation and operational instruction of security equipment required at the residence, vacation homes or offices of executives.  With guidance from senior staff, develops and maintains personal profiles and conducts risk assessment of all personnel covered by protective services. Identifies groups, individuals and merging technologies that may pose threat to executives. Participates in professional forums and maintains currency with trends and developments in the executive protection field. May act as lead person or technical advisor on small projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons. Must be able to perform duties wearing personal protective equipment. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and/or Certified Protection Officer (CPO) preferred.

 

Protective Service Agent I Job Code: 317

Job Description:

Works under close supervision. Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and for following the defined policies and procedures. Under direction of senior staff, provides protective services for executives of the organization and their families. Responsible for protective programs to include personal protection, corporate facilities, residence, airfield and event security, ground and air transportation, protocol, personal assistance and special projects. Assists senior staff with on and off-site planning, coordination and execution of plans for visiting dignitaries. Assists senior staff with the planning and execution of small to medium corporate events, and visits by dignitaries and VIP guests of the corporation to ensure a safe environment. Responsibility includes ensuring pre-determined measures met to protect aircraft at home flight facilities, in flight, and at domestic and international locations where aircraft are parked during transit status. Under direction of senior staff, works to determine the needs for procurement, installation and operational instruction of security equipment required at the residence, vacation homes or offices of executives. With guidance from senior staff, develops and maintains personal profiles and conducts risk assessment of all personnel covered by protective services. Identifies groups, individuals and merging technologies that may pose threat to executives. Participates in professional forums and maintains currency with trends and developments in the executive protection field.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons. Must be able to perform duties wearing personal protective equipment. Certification preferred.

 

 

Chief Information Security Officer Job Code: 318

Job Description:

This is the most senior Information security position in the organization with direct line responsibility. The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) is responsible for establishing and maintaining a company-wide information security program by establishing and maintaining a company-wide vision, strategy and architecture, to include establishing, maintaining and monitoring the policies and procedures which promote the secure and uninterrupted operation of all information technology systems. Identifies, develops and implements information security programs to maintain processes across the organization to reduce information and information technology risks, responds to incidents, establishes appropriate standards and controls, and directs the establishment and implementation of policies and procedures. Establishes the communication of standards, procedures, and guidelines to prevent the unauthorized use, release, modification, or destruction of data in any form; review of systems designs to ensure essential security measures; monitoring systems' usage to detect security violations. Draft and propose the organization-wide information security strategy and action plans based on organization-wide risk assessment and analysis. As a result, identify and propose key information security program priorities, initiatives, practices and tools. Responsible for maintaining a complete awareness of current and developing information security regulations, technology, and threats. Responsible to ensure that the company is in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, directives, policies including developing, publishing, and enforcing company information security standards and guidelines including data and intellectual security. Develop emergency procedures for handling security breaches, manage internal communication regarding system updates and provide estimates of budgetary requirements for technical upgrades. Oversee incident response planning as well as the investigation of security breaches, and assist with disciplinary and legal matters associated with such breaches as necessary. Accountable for conducting regular third-party independent audits of information security systems and protocols and represents the company as a knowledgeable resource, and acts as primary contact for issues regarding information security issues. Responsible for selecting and developing key security personal for the information security function of the organization.

Qualification Guidelines:

PHD in Computer Science or Information Technology and 10 years’ experience, Master’s Degree and more than 15 years or a Bachelor’s Degree and more than 20 year’s experience or other studies relevant to this positon. Requires advance to expert level knowledge and understanding of information security architecture, information security technologies, systems design, integration of systems, and networking. Demonstrated project management, organization and facilitation skills. Exposure to international information security arena preferred.

 

Director, Computer, Network & Information SecurityJob Code: 319

Job Description:

Plans, directs and manages the computer, network and information security function within the organization to ensure its effective operation based on predetermined goals and objectives under executive management direction.  Accountable for the business strategies associated with the technology needed in the security function within the organization. Develops and implements the policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall security goals. Responsible for the research, design, development and implementation of the organization’s security and protection technologies for computer systems and applications. Responsible for the development of security plans, designs, best practices and guidelines for existing or new technologies within network security and firewall protection. Researches, develops, maintains and audits the analytical and technical aspects of major information and intellectual capital security systems and subsystems. Responsible for maintaining and upgrading the security integrity of computer workstations, servers, local area networks, application systems and software. Develops security solutions for the company's virtual private networks, key public infrastructures, authentication and directory services. Accountable for selecting, testing, installing and operation of cryptographic equipment, secure transmission of classified information, sensitive unclassified information and protection of cryptographic principles and methods. Accountable for and directs complex surveillance of computer/network protection measures, and creates measurement tools for system vulnerability assessments. Researches, develops, contacts and selects vendors to develop technical solutions for site security needs and presents recommendations to executive management. Briefs executive management on major accomplishments, issues and concerns. Responsible for the selecting and developing of key security personnel for the computer, network and information function of the organization.

Qualification Guidelines:

PHD in Computer Science and more than 7 years experience; Masters degree and more than 10 years; or Bachelor’s degree and more than 15 years experience or other studies relevant to this position and or in a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization. Has exposure in the international security arena. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Manager, Computer & Information Security Job Code: 320

Job Description:

Plans, develops, and directs the computer and information security function under senior management direction. Responsible for the business strategies associated with the computer and information security function within the organization. Accountable for overall planning, directing and organizing activities of the computer and information security function, and ensure its effective operation. Implements the policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall computer and information security organizational mission. Responsible for the research, design, development and implementation of computer security/protection technologies for the organization’s information and process systems/applications. Accountable for the computer security for classified information security and communications security.  Researches, contacts and selects vendors to develop technical solutions for site computer security needs, and presents recommendations to senior management.  Develops, maintains and audits the analytical and technical aspects of major computer security subsystems. Maintains the integrity of computer workstations, servers, local area networks, upgrading systems and software for the company.  Responsible for selecting, testing and the secure installation and operation of cryptographic equipment, secure transmission of classified information and sensitive unclassified information and protection of cryptographic principles and methods. Responsible for identifying and mitigating threats and vulnerabilities associated with compromising electromagnetic emanations from equipment used to process classified information. Develops and provides technical support, training and timely computer system data recovery to end-users. Directs the investigation of computer security incidents, and develops facility protection plans. Directs complex surveillance of computer protection measures, and creates measurement tools for system vulnerability assessments. Keeps senior management informed on major accomplishments, issues and concerns.  Develops, trains and directs computer and information security personnel within the organization.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience in a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has had some exposure in the international security arena. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Senior Computer & Information Security Specialist IV  Job Code: 321

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives.  Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Responsible for the research, design, development and implementation of computer security/protection technologies for company information and process systems/applications.  Also is accountable for the computer security for classified information security and communications security.  Acts as lead contact with vendors to develop technical solutions for site computer security needs, and makes recommendations to senior management.  Develops, maintains and audits the analytical and technical aspects of major computer security subsystems.  Maintains integrity of computer workstations, servers, and local area networks by maintaining user accounts and upgrading systems and software as required.  Responsible for secure installation and operation of cryptographic equipment, secure transmission of classified information and sensitive unclassified information and protection of cryptographic principles and methods. Identifies and mitigates threats and vulnerabilities associated with compromising electromagnetic emanations from equipment used to process classified information. Provides technical support, training and timely computer system data recovery to end-users. Oversee the investigation of computer security incidents, and acts as lead analyst of computer facility protection plans. Conducts complex surveillance of computer protection measures, and creates measurement tools for system vulnerability assessments. Serves on internal committees to represent computer security interests. Provides oversight to the client group on appropriate procedures for computer/system security. Provides leadership to less experienced Computer & Information Security Specialist and Technicians. 

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience in a major corporation an/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Exposure in the international security arena is desirable. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Computer & Information Security Specialist III Job Code: 322

Job Description

Works under very limited direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining computer and information security techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Conducts research, designs, develops, and implements computer security/protection technologies for the organization’s information and process systems/applications. Researches and implements computer security for classified information security and communications security.  Works with vendors to develop technical solutions for site security needs. Conducts maintenance and subsequent audits of the analytical and technical aspects of major computer security subsystems within established guidelines. Maintains integrity of computer workstations, servers, and local area networks by maintaining user accounts and recommending upgrades to systems and software required. Assists in the secure installation and operation of cryptographic equipment, secure transmission of classified information and sensitive unclassified information and protection of cryptographic principles and methodologies. Works to identify and mitigate threats and vulnerabilities associated with compromising electromagnetic emanations from equipment used to process classified information. Provides technical support, training and timely computer system data recovery to end-users. Investigates computer security incidents, and recommends corrective actions. Conducts surveillance of computer protection measures, and creates measurement tools for system vulnerability assessments.  Provides oversight to the client group on appropriate procedures for computer/system security.  Provides leadership to less experienced Computer and Information Security Specialist and Technicians.  May act as lead person or technical expert on medium to large projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 3 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Some exposure in the international security arena is desirable. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Computer & Information Security Specialist II Job Code: 323

Job Description

Works is performed under general supervision. Follows established procedures.  Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. With guidance, conducts research, design, development and implementation of computer security and protection technologies for organization’s information and process systems/applications. Assists in the research and implementation of computer security for classified information security and communications security. Works with vendors to develop technical solutions for site security needs. Maintains integrity of computer workstations, servers, and local area networks by maintaining user accounts and recommending upgrades to systems and software required. Responds to client requests, and prepares security plans and reports based on client needs. Supports the secure installation and operation of cryptographic equipment, secure transmission of classified information and sensitive unclassified information and protection of cryptographic principles and methodologies. Provides technical support to system users to include hardware configuration, installation, diagnostics, testing, problem resolution, system maintenance and data recovery. Assists in the investigation of computer security incidents, and may recommend corrective actions.  Acts as alternate team lead on small computer security incidents. Conducts technical evaluations of hardware, software and installed systems and networks. Conducts certification testing of installed systems to ensure protection strategies are properly implemented.  

Qualification Guidelines

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Computer & Information Security Specialist I Job Code: 324

Job Description

Works under close supervision. Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures.  Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and for following the defined policies and procedures.  Under direction of senior staff, evaluates, designs and develops computer security/protection technologies for company information and process systems/applications.  May assist in the implementation of computer security for classified information security and communications security.  Maintains integrity of computer workstations, servers, and local area networks by maintaining user accounts and recommending upgrades to systems and software required. Responds to client requests, documenting and reporting any security incidents. Provides technical support to system users to include hardware configuration, installation, diagnostics, testing, maintenance and data recovery. Investigates routine computer incidents under direction of a senior specialist. Assists in conducting technical evaluations of hardware, software and installed systems and networks. Conducts routine certification testing of installed systems to ensure protection strategies are properly implemented.  

Qualification Guidelines

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and a minimum of 2 years of experience with a law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization.

 

Manager, Network Security Job Code: 325

Job Description:

Plans, develops, and directs the computer network security function under senior management direction. Responsible for the business strategies associated with the computer network security function within the organization. Accountable for overall planning, directing and organizing activities of the computer network security function, and ensure its effective operation. Implements the policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall computer network security organizational mission. Accountable for the research, design, development and implementation of extremely complex computer network security/protection technologies for company information and network systems/applications. Accountable for the development of security plans, designs, best practices and guidelines for existing or new technologies within network security and firewall protection. Develops virus protection security procedures to insure that email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attachment resources are implemented with the appropriate and updated software to prevent a computer virus infection.  Develops security solutions for the company's networks and virtual private networks, key public infrastructures, authentication and directory services, ensuring the security of unauthorized access. Works closely with the business unit’s information systems teams to ensure that the security baseline is complied to, in order to mitigate virus risks to the enterprise. Ensures the companies strategic platforms are compliant to security policy by performing periodic scans against policy settings.  Accountable for performing periodic scans of networks to identify security vulnerabilities and provides remediation alternatives.  Oversees the application and administration of security policy on network-attached resources. Develops security solutions that require resolution of extremely complex operational and integration issues to successfully deploy secure technologies.  Works with vendors, external organizations or customers to define security requirements and identify project opportunities.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Some exposure in the international security arena is desirable. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Senior Network Security Specialist IV Job Code: 326

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives. Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Responsible for the research, design, development and implementation of extremely complex computer network security/protection technologies for company information and network systems/applications. Develops security plans, designs, best practices and guidelines for existing or new technologies within network security and firewall protection. Develops virus protection security procedures to insure that email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attachment resources are implemented with the appropriate and updated software to prevent a computer virus infection. Provide security solutions for the company's networks and virtual private networks, key public infrastructures, authentication and directory services, ensuring the security of unauthorized access. Performs periodic scans of networks to identify security vulnerabilities and provide remediation alternatives. Conduct security risk assessment to ensure compliance with corporate security policies and adherence to best practices. Develops security design plans to implement, test and manage new or existing network security technologies and strategies. Provides security solutions that require resolution of complex operational and integration issues to successfully deploy secure technologies. Serves on internal committees to represent and support computer/internet security interests. Works with vendors, external organizations or customers to define security requirements and identify project opportunities. Provides leadership to less experienced Computer and Information Security Specialist and Technicians. May act as lead person or technical expert on large projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Exposure in the international security arena is desirable. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Network Security Specialist III Job Code: 327

Job Description:

Works under very limited direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining computer and information security techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Researches, designs, develops, and implements computer network security/protection technologies for the organization’s information and network systems/applications.  Develop, implement and maintain extremely complex network and firewall security plans and configurations based on security requirements, project schedules, network topologies, applications and security standards. May develop security solutions for company networks, virtual private networks and public key infrastructure, authentication, and directory services, ensuring security vulnerabilities and provides remediation alternatives. Conduct security assessments and vulnerabilities analysis studies of existing network to verify policies are maintained. Works with senior specialist ` to apply and administer virus protection security to insure that email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attachment resources are implemented with appropriate and updated software to prevent computer virus protection. Assist in the development and planning to detect and assess threats as well as acquire and distribute virus protection software. Provides forecasts of all work order activity including trouble ticket quantities and workload estimates to security fix agencies, vendors and downstream organizations. Provides oversight to the client group on appropriate procedures for network computer/system security. Performs periodic scans of networks to identify security vulnerabililities and provides remediation alternatives. Provides leadership to less experienced Computer and Information Security Specialist and Technicians. May act as lead person or technical expert on medium to large projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 3 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Some exposure in the international security arena is desirable. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Network Security Specialist II Job Code: 328

Job Description:

Works is performed under general supervision. Follows established procedures. Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. With guidance, conducts research, design, development and implementation of computer network security and protection technologies for organization’s information and network systems/applications. Develop, implement and maintains complex network and firewall security plans and configurations based on security requirements, project schedules, network topologies, applications and security standards. May develop security solutions for company networks, virtual private networks and public key infrastructure, authentication, and directory services,  ensuring security vulnerabilities and provide remediation alternatives. Assists senior specialist in developing Security Standards and Best Practices. Works with senior specialist to administer virus protection security to insure that email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attachment resources are implemented with appropriate and updated software to prevent computer virus protection. Assist in the development and planning to detect and assess threats as well as acquire and distribute virus protection software. Provide forecasts of all work order activity including trouble ticket quantities and workload estimates to downstream organizations. Performs periodic scans of networks to identify security vulnerabilities and provides remediation alternatives. Review network security assessment and vulnerability analysis information to incorporate changes in common practices. Assist in security site surveys. Works to ensure that all email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attached resources are implemented with appropriate and updated software within assigned support group, to prevent computer virus infection. Acts as alternate team lead on small computer security incidents. Conducts technical evaluations of hardware, software and installed systems and networks. Conducts certification testing of installed systems to ensure protection strategies are properly implemented.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience in corporate security and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred.

 

Network Security Specialist I Job Code: 329

Job Description:

Works under close supervision. Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures.  Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and for following the defined policies and procedures. Under direction of senior staff, evaluates, designs and develops computer network security/protection technologies for company information and network systems/applications.  May assist in the implementation, development and maintenance of moderately complex network and firewall security plans and configurations based on security requirements, project schedules, network topologies, devises, applications and security standards. Assists senior specialist to develop security solutions for company networks, virtual private networks and public key infrastructure, authentication, and directory services,  ensuring security vulnerabilities and provide remediation alternatives. Evaluate network security reports and studies to assist tin the identification and resolution of potential security vulnerabilities and suspicious activities. Adheres to current security engineering practices, best practices and standards. Assists in the administration of virus protection security to insure that email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attachment resources are implemented with appropriate and updated software to prevent computer virus protection. Performs periodic scans of networks to identify security vulnerabilities and recommends remediation alternatives.  Assist in security site surveys. Works to ensure that all email and email attachments are appropriately scanned and all network-attached resources are implemented with appropriate and updated software within assigned support group, to prevent computer virus infection. Conducts routine testing of installed systems to ensure protection strategies are properly implemented.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and a minimum of 2 years of experience in corporate security and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization.

 

Manager, Domestic Investigation Job Code: 330

Job Description:

Plans and directs the investigative function under senior management guidance.  Accountable for planning, developing, implementing the organization's investigative programs and strategies. Responsible for overall planning, organizing, and directing all actions of the Investigative Section of Corporate Security, and ensure its effective operation. Interprets all relevant data and applies appropriate laws, orders, rules and regulations pertaining to investigations. Plans and conducts investigative operations, staff investigative requirements and oversees training of subordinate investigators in the complete spectrum of investigative techniques. Directs, plans and carries out the most sensitive and complex investigations, investigative support operations and investigative staff projects. Develops and documents standards for measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of investigative operations. Evaluates and applies in-depth knowledge to establish standards of investigative efforts required, scope and depth of fact finding needed, proper use of investigative techniques and conclusions of investigations. Plans, develops and implements procedures to obtain, maintain, secure, analyze, file and account for investigative reports to appropriate officials. Participates and handles extremely sensitive or high profile investigations that may have political or social ramifications within the public domain. Oversees all investigations concerning Intellectual Properties to ensure that management has all necessary information for making decision to protect the organization. Directs briefings with law enforcement, department and corporate staff, and coordinates the use of necessary resources to achieve company objectives. Interacts with all levels within the organization, and acts as duty expert on investigative techniques. Maintains expert knowledge of specific requirements imposed by government agencies. Develops, trains and directs investigative security personnel within the organization.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 5 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization.  Has had some exposure in the international security arena. Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) preferred.

 

Supervisor, Domestic Investigation Job Code:  331

Job Description:

Supervises personnel engaged in conducting security investigations to ensure compliance with the organization’s policies and procedures. Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives. Plans, organizes and coordinates the investigative team for investigations of alleged or suspected violations of laws and regulations concerning criminal matters, associated with fraud, computer crimes, intellectual property and other security issues. Develops investigative strategy, interviews personnel and vendors, interrogates suspects for admissions, documents investigations with evidence so criminal and/or civil procedures are facilitated. Participates in the investigation of suspected complex and sophisticated criminal activities, which may have significant impact on health, safety, fiscal, ethical and operations integrity. Supervises large-scale surveillance operations by determining appropriate places, persons or activities to be observed, as well as, the time required and assets needed. Working with the investigative team establishes links between suspects and other violators by piecing together evidence uncovered from a variety of sources. Analyzes and evaluates investigative progress to reassess priorities, leads and direction. Maintains a liaison with the organization's Law Department and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in order to achieve maximum results that support business efforts. Coordinates joint task forces, to include federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as needed. Renders expert testimony before grand juries, courts and administrative hearings. Prepares clear, comprehensive and cohesive investigative reports based on established procedures. Provides development and guidance to less experienced Investigators.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization.  Fraud Examiner (CFE) preferred.

 

Senior Investigator IV Job Code: 334

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives. Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Plans, organizes and conducts extremely difficult investigations of alleged or suspected violations of laws and regulations concerning criminal and general investigations, fraud, computer crimes and provides technical investigative services. Develops investigative strategy, interviews personnel and vendors, interrogates suspects for admissions, documents investigations with evidence so criminal and/or civil procedures are facilitated. Maintains a liaison with the organization's Law Department and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in order to achieve maximum results that support business efforts. Investigates suspected highly complex sophisticated criminal activities, which have significant impact on health, safety, operational mission, or fiscal/ethical integrity. Conducts extremely sensitive investigations that require significant understanding of depth and scope of potential impact that results may have on the organization. Establishes links between suspects and other violators by piecing together evidence uncovered from a variety of sources.  Analyzes and evaluates investigative progress to reassess priorities, leads and direction. Proceeds with separate investigations that lead through immediate to principle violators. Leads large-scale surveillance operations. Determines places, persons, or activities to be observed, time required and assets needed. Coordinates joint task forces, to include federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as well as foreign agencies as needed. Renders expert testimony before grand juries, courts and administrative hearings. Prepares clear, comprehensive and cohesive investigative reports based on established procedures. Oversees work and provides guidance to less experienced investigators.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have proven interview and interrogation skills. Has had some exposure in the international security arena. Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) preferred.

 

Investigator III Job Code: 335

Job Description

Works under general direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining investigative techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. The investigative caseload is assigned by management. Plans, organizes and conducts difficult and complex investigations of alleged suspected violations of laws and regulations concerning criminal and general investigations, fraud, and computer crimes and provides technical investigative services. Develops investigative strategy, interviews personnel and vendors, interrogates suspects for admissions, documents investigations with evidence so that criminal and/or civil procedures are facilitated. Maintains a liaison with the organization’s Law Department and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in order to achieve maximum results and support business efforts. Plans and conducts investigations, investigates suspected criminal activities which have significant impact on health, safety, operational mission, or fiscal/ethical integrity. Establishes links between suspects and other violators by piecing together evidence uncovered from a variety of sources. Analyzes and evaluates investigative progress to reassess priorities, leads and direction.  Plans and directs surveillance as needed to determine places, persons or activities to be observed, time required, and number of investigators needed. Recruits and utilizes informants. Plans and times surveillance, involving the use of local law enforcement agencies.  Participates in joint task forces, coordinates investigative activity with other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies as needed to resolve jurisdictional problems in accordance with established policies. Testifies before grand juries, courts and administrative hearings on investigation results. Prepares clear, comprehensive and cohesive investigative reports and statistical data in a timely manner. Evaluates the latest products and techniques in communications and other technical equipment utilized in investigations, and provides advice and consultations in there use. Organizes and maintains a library of locally developed and commercial software to support investigation programs. May act as point of contact for outside vendors. Provides guidance regarding the obtaining and handling of circumstantial, cold and/or fragmented evidence.  Based on case results, recommends corrective action aligned with operational goals and objectives.

Qualification Guidelines

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Must have proven interview and interrogation skills. Has had some exposure in the international security arena. Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) preferred.

 

Investigator II Job Code: 336

Job Description

Works under general supervision. Follows established procedures. Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. The investigative caseload is assigned by management or senior investigators. Conducts investigations of alleged or suspected violations and regulations concerning criminal and general investigations, fraud and computer crimes. Works independently in planning and conducting work, but is provided assistance and guidance on assignments that involve unfamiliar issues or unusual investigative techniques. Maintains a liaison with the organization’s Law Department and local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in order to achieve maximum results that support business efforts. Conducts investigations, resolves conflicts based on facts, testimony and evidence. Establishes links between suspect and other violators by linking evidence uncovered from different sources.  Analyzes and evaluates investigative progress to reassess priorities, leads and direction based on predetermined goals and objectives. Participates in and conducts surveillance, participates in joint task forces and coordinates investigative activity with other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies as needed to exchange information or cooperate with other investigations. Testifies before grand juries, courts and administrative hearings on investigative results. In accordance with established procedures, prepares clear, comprehensive and cohesive investigative reports and statistical data in a timely manner. Is a participant in the identification of resource requirements to support investigations. Participates in the development of handbooks and related material covering a variety of communication systems and technical investigative programs. Helps select the latest products and assists the evaluation of proposed techniques in communications and other technical equipment. Provides advice on use of various investigative techniques. May advise and consult regarding technical aspects of an investigation to include the use of investigative devices and procedures.  Recommends innovative ways to accomplish operations and investigations.

Qualification Guidelines

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Proven interview and interrogation skills preferred. Has had some exposure in the international security arena. Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) preferred.

 

Investigator I Job Code: 337

Job Description

Works under close supervision. The investigative caseload is assigned by management or senior investigators. Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of investigative techniques and for following the defined policies and procedures. Management assigns caseload Assists higher-level investigators as they plan, organize and conduct difficult and complex investigations of alleged or suspected violations of laws or regulations concerning criminal and/or civil investigations, fraud, proprietary properties, and computer crimes and provide technical investigative services.  Works with senior investigators in performing specific segments of the assignment such as gathering data, conducting interviews, searching records, securing signed documents performing surveillance, and preparing reports. Under direct supervision, performs difficult work involving the identification of issues, problems or conditions in an ongoing investigation that requires alternative solutions.  Supports senior investigators in defined investigations where work and methods are evaluated as to technical soundness, appropriateness and effectiveness in meeting operations goals and objectives. 

Qualification Guidelines

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 2 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization.  Some exposure in the international security arena preferred.

 

Senior Regional Manager, Domestic Security Job Code: 340

Job Description:

Plans and directs the organization’s largest geographic region(s) security function under senior management direction. Develops, implements, and manages the strategic and tactical planning for the regions security services. The Senior Regional Manager position has the largest geographical area of accountability in terms of organization assets, facilities, number and size of operating sites as opposed to a Regional Manager. Develops, implements and manages regional strategic planning and coordination of the security function aligned with the organization’s overall business objectives. Provides regional security leadership to the sites and establishes the regions security business plan.  Develops, plans, organizes and directs the activities of on-site security managers and ensures their actions comply with legal and regulatory requirements, and meet corporate and customer needs. Develops and implements policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting intellectual property assets, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Develop and manage business critical projects and programs with significant financial and or legal impact on a regional level. For the region, develops and documents standards for measuring efficiency and effectiveness of security operations. Plans, develops and implements procedures to obtain, maintain, secure, analyze, account for, and provide information from assessment reports. Manages complex security improvement programs across business units, service organizations and regional geographies. Develops regional business plans and maintains close relationships with high-level law enforcement, intelligence and private sector counterparts. Briefs senior and executive management on status of security issues. Serves on senior level intra and inter-corporate committees and working groups. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 15 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has had exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Regional Manager, Domestic Security Job Code: 341

Job Description:

Plans and directs a geographic region(s) security function under senior management direction. The Manager position has the smaller geographical area of accountability in terms of organization assets, facilities, number and size of operating sites as opposed to a Senior Regional Manager. Develops, implements, and manages the strategic and tactical planning for the region(s) security services. Develops, implements and manages regional strategic planning and coordination of the security function aligned with the organization’s overall business objectives. Provides regional security leadership to the sites and establishes the regions security business plan.  Develops, plans, organizes and directs the activities of on-site security managers and ensures their actions comply with legal and regulatory requirements, and meet corporate and customer needs. Develops and implements policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting intellectual property assets, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Develop and manage business critical projects and programs with significant financial and or legal impact on a regional level. For the region, develops and documents standards for measuring efficiency and effectiveness of security operations. Plans, develops and implements procedures to obtain, maintain, secure, analyze, account for, and provide information from assessment reports. Manages complex security improvement programs across business units, service organizations and regional geographies. Develops regional business plans and maintains close relationships with high-level law enforcement, intelligence and private sector counterparts. Briefs senior and executive management on status of security issues. Serves on senior level intra and inter-corporate committees and working groups. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 12 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has had exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Manager, Business Unit Security Job Code: 342

Job Description:

Plans and directs the business unit security function under senior management direction.  Accountable for ensuring that the security programs and strategies of the organization are effectively implemented and maintained. Manages the security operations, overall planning, directing and organizing programs of one or more major sites/facilities within a geographic region. Implements the policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall organization's security mission. Plans, organizes and directs the activities of Business Unit Security Managers and ensures their actions comply with legal, regulatory requirements, and customer needs. Plans and manages the most sensitive and complex security functions and develops, coordinates, and finalizes security and technical support efforts. Develops and 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, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Through consultation with Business Unit Security Managers establishes long and short-term security operations objectives for the organization.  Plans, develops and implements procedures to obtain, maintain, secure, analyze, account for, and provide information from assessment reports. Directs the initiation of proactive facility assessments and surveys. Based on results of trends and survey results, recommends corrective measures. Plans, acquires and administers resources for the function, to include funding, equipment and other resources. Develops and documents standards for measuring the efficiency and effectiveness of business unit security operations. Serves on senior level intra and inter-corporate committees and working group. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has had exposure in the international security arena. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Business Unit Security Manager IV Job Code: 344

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Performs the full range of security functions such as; inspections, identification of vulnerabilities, assessment of risks. Makes recommendations of appropriate and required security measures, techniques and methods to assure and improve the protection of personnel, activities and facilities of the organization. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Develops and 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, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Reviews security project designs and contacts on-site progress assessments to insure design specifications meet the security needs. Performs security risk assessments based on vulnerability criteria to determine appropriate levels of protection and security necessary for the site. Recommends and coordinates the acquisition, installation or replacement of equipment designed to increase efficiency of security operations at facilities. Assists in the evaluation of state-of-the-art products and techniques related to computer hardware and software.  Receives and evaluates all security related incidents and makes recommendations to preclude recurrence. Independently plans and conducts sensitive and complex security assessments and briefs senior management on the status of these investigations.  Leads large-scale security inspections and risk assessments. Evaluates the latest products and techniques in communications and other technical equipment. Represents the organization in intra and inter-company committees. Provides leadership to less experienced Unit Managers and Unit personnel.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Business Unit Security Manager III Job Code: 345

Job Description:

Works under general supervision. Follows established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and overall adequacy. With guidance performs the full range of security functions such as; inspections, identification of vulnerabilities, assessment of risks and recommendation of appropriate and required security measures, techniques and methods to assure and improve the protection of personnel, activities and facilities of the organization. Participates in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting information, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Reviews security project designs and conducts onsite progress assessments to insure design specifications meet the security needs. Performs security risk assessments based on vulnerability criteria to determine appropriate levels of protection and security necessary for the site. Participates in the acquisition of new equipment designed to increase efficiency of security operations at facilities. Coordinates the installation or replacement of the facilities security equipment. Participates in the evaluation of the state-of-the-art products and techniques related to computer hardware and software. Conducts comprehensive review and analysis of facility security plans for compliance with existing policies and procedures. Receives and evaluates all security related incidents and makes recommendations to preclude recurrence. Based on incidents, trends and surveys, recommends corrective action. Prepares written or narrative reports of facility assessment findings. May act as lead person or technical expert on small to medium projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Business Unit Security Manager II Job Code: 346

Job Description:

Works under general supervision. Follows established procedures. Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. With guidance, performs the full range of security functions such as inspections, identification of vulnerabilities, assessment of risks and recommendation of appropriate and required security measures, techniques and methods to assure and improve the protection of personnel, activities and facilities of the organization. Analyzes, advises and evaluates security functions with affect the development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting information, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss.  Reviews security project designs and conducts onsite progress assessments to insure design specifications meet the security needs. Performs security risk assessments based on vulnerability criteria to determine appropriate levels of protection and security necessary for the site. Assists in recommending and coordinating the acquisition, installation or replacement of equipment designed to increase efficiency of security operations at facilities. Assists in the evaluation of the state-of-the-art products and techniques related to computer hardware and software. Works with business unit managers and employees in promoting and maintaining management initiatives to implement security objectives. Receives and evaluates all security related incidents and makes recommendations to preclude recurrence. Based on incidents, trends and survey’s recommends corrective action. Prepares written, narrative reports of facility assessment findings. Assists in developing and presenting security training programs. May act as lead person or technical advisor on small projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Business Unit Security Manager I Job Code: 347

Job Description:

Works under close supervision. Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and for following the defined policies and procedures. Under direction of senior staff, observes and assists in the analysis, development and implementation of policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting information, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, product tampering, espionage, sabotage, or loss. Assists experienced security specialists and Business Unit Managers in conducting security risk assessments, and assists in the evaluation of findings and development and recommendations for improvement or change.  Participates in researching the application and evaluation of the state-of-the-art products and techniques related to computer hardware and software. Assists senior security specialists and business unit managers and employees in promoting and maintaining management initiatives to implement security objectives. Receives and tracks security related incidents, and assists in recommendations to preclude recurrence. Prepares written or narrative reports of facility assessment findings.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and a minimum of 2 years progressive experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Manager, Emergency Preparedness/Disaster Recovery Job Code: 352

Job Description:

Plans, develops and manages the corporate Emergency Preparedness/Disaster Recovery programs for the company under senior management direction. Responsible for the business strategies associated with the Emergency Preparedness/Disaster Recovery function within the organization. Accountable for overall planning, directing and organizing activities of the programs, and ensure their effective operation. Implements policies, procedures and systems required for maintaining and enhancing the overall Emergency Preparedness/Disaster Recovery mission. Oversees the architecture of recovery systems to include data systems, and data networks to ensure the integrity and security of all electronics data and data systems are adequately protected. This includes:  procedure writing; program planning; project design and scheduling; development and delivering training; planning and conducting drills and exercises; designing, developing and maintaining emergency response facilities and equipment. Designs, develops, and conducts drills and exercises.  Plans, schedules and conducts a wide range of very complex facility and/or site Emergency Preparedness/Disaster Recovery drills which could include Emergency Response training drills, medical drills, fire response drills, nuclear incident monitoring drills, and protective action drills. Determines the need for emergency plans changes and new procedures and ensures the appropriate government format and content are followed. Coordinate with state and local emergency management authorities. Maintains expert knowledge of the organization’s processes and hazards, interfaces with engineering and operations staff to ensure appropriate development of a facility and/or site-specific hazard assessment and emergency classification procedures. Prepares technical reports based on the expert interpretation of ana­lyzed data.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s degree in studies relevant to this position and more than 6 years emergency management/disaster recovery experience with a major corporation and/or law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or a Bachelor’s degree in studies relevant to this position and more than 10 years emergency management/disaster recovery experience. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Emergency Preparedness Specialist IV Job Code: 354

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward prede­ter­mined goals and objectives. Assignments are usually self-initi­ated. Determines and pur­sues courses of ac­tion necessary to ob­tain desired re­sults. Exercises technical dis­cretion within broadly de­fined practices and poli­cies in se­lecting methods, techniques and evalua­tion cri­terion for obtaining results. Oversees the design, development and maintenance of the organization’s Emergency Preparedness Program. This could include:  procedure writing; program planning; project design and scheduling; development and delivering training; planning and conducting drills and exercises; designing, developing and maintaining emergency response facilities and equipment. Designs, develops, and conducts drills and exercises. May manage the scenario development portion of schedule. May act as the senior team leader to plan, schedule and conduct a wide range of very complex facility and/or site Emergency Preparedness drills which could include Emergency Response training drills, medical drills, fire response drills, nuclear incident monitoring drills, and protective action drills. Determines the need for emergency plans changes and new procedures and ensures the appropriate government format and content are followed. May coordinate with state and local emergency management authorities. With expert knowledge of the organization’s processes and hazards, interfaces with engineering and operations staff to ensure appropriate development of a facility and/or site-specific hazard assessment and emergency classification procedures. Prepares technical reports based on the expert interpretation of ana­lyzed data. Provides leader­ship to less experienced specialist and to technicians through work as­signments, moni­toring schedules and resolv­ing prob­lems. May act as lead person or technical ex­pert on projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience in emergency management with a law enforcement or public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Emergency Preparedness Specialist III Job Code: 355

Job Description:

Works under very general direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining technical objectives of assignments.  Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Works on problems of diverse scope and complexity where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors. Uses technical discretion within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Participates in designing, developing and maintaining the organization's Emergency Preparedness Program. This could include: procedure writing; program planning; project design and scheduling; development and delivering training; planning and conducting drills and exercises; designing, developing and maintaining emergency response facilities and equipment. Conducts Emergency Preparedness drills and exercises. May oversee the scenario development portion of schedule. Assist in design and development of training lesson plans and conducts procedure training. May lead a project team to plan, schedule and conduct a wide range of complex facility and/or site Emergency Preparedness drills which could include Emergency Response training drills, medical drills, fire response drills, nuclear incident monitoring drills, and protective action drills. Participate in identifying the need for emergency plan changes and new procedures and ensures the appropriate government format and content are followed. Provides coordination with state and local emergency management authorities. With good working knowledge of the organizations processes and hazards, interfaces with engineering and operations staff to ensure appropriate development of a facility and/or site-specific hazard assessment and emergency classification procedures. May provide leadership to less experienced specialist and to technicians through work assignments, monitoring schedules and resolving problems. May also act as lead person or technical expert on small to medium projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor's degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience in emergency management with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Nuclear Accountabilities Specialist IV Job Code: 364

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Provides nuclear accountability services and support to include comprehensive analysis and reporting of nuclear inventory data. Identifies inventory issues and makes recommendations for their resolution. Monitors, reconciles and enhances financial systems. Interprets nuclear data in accordance with general accepted accounting principles. Prepares comprehensive accounting and inventory utilizing various nuclear material inventory systems. Specifies requirements for business applications, conducts feasibility and cost benefits, develops and executes software acceptance testing, organizes and directs implementations. Coordinates input of nuclear inventory data in accordance with accounting cycle, including preparation and review of inventory statements. Analyzes nuclear materials inventory transactions and prepares monthly material balance reports, inventory statements, and inventory related financial statements. Conducts reviews of nuclear processes, recommends and establishes inventory models that accurately reflect nuclear movements and locations. Monitors, analyzes and corrects variances between site nuclear material inventory records and external databases. Analyzes, interprets, and applies statistical inventory models to determine significance of inventory variances. Interprets and identifies nuclear transactions to ensure good business practices and adherence to domestic and international policies on accounting for nuclear materials. Researches and interprets federal and international regulations for Internationally Safeguarded, Strategic Reserve, Tritium stockpile, Spent Nuclear Fuel, and Set Aside nuclear material inventories. Provides leadership to less experienced Nuclear Accountability Specialists and technicians.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience in emergency management with a law enforcement, or public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Nuclear Accountabilities Specialist III Job Code: 365

Job Description:

Works under very general direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining nuclear accountability techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Provides nuclear accountability services and support to include analyzing and reporting of nuclear inventory data. Monitors and reconciles nuclear material accounts. Prepares inventory statements and transactions, maintains ledgers, accounts and tables; coordination of shipments and receipts of nuclear material; and coordinates input of inventory data in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Coordinates input of nuclear inventory data in accordance with accounting cycles, which includes preparation and review of inventory statements. Conducts audits and appraisals of selected nuclear material accounting functions. Analyzes nuclear materials inventory transactions and prepares monthly material balance reports, inventory statements, and inventory related financial statements. Monitors, analyzes and corrects variances between site nuclear material inventory records and external databases. Analyzes, interprets, and applies statistical inventory models to determine significance of inventory variances. Interprets and identifies nuclear transactions to ensure good business practices and adherence to domestic and international policies on accounting for nuclear materials. Researches and interprets federal and international regulations for Internationally Safeguarded, Strategic Reserve, Tritium stockpile, Spent Nuclear Fuel, and Set Aside nuclear material inventories. Provides leadership to less experienced Nuclear Accountability Specialists and technicians. 

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience in emergency management with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Manager, Product Protection Security Job Code: 368

Job Description:

Plans, develops, and directs the product protection security function within the organization to ensure its effective operation based on predetermined goals and objectives under executive management direction. Implement product protection projects as part of the core mission of the Global Product Protection organization taking responsibility for devising the solution set, identifying the projects, designing and managing the project plan, establishing proof of concept and then assisting the organization in implementing and sustaining the operational aspects of the programs. Responsible for managing the anti-illicit trade investigations, including directing investigations on illegal product and packaging manufactures. Develop, manage and deploy processes and measures for identifying potential high risk products and vulnerable channels of distribution in the U.S and if applicable, worldwide markets. Ensure effective coordination of product protection technologies within the business processes and goals; provide market monitoring analysis of the supply chain transactions and practices. Align product protection priorities and activities across company functions. Responsible for affecting and maintaining liaison with government authorities on illicit trade activities. Manage the development of the legal and intellectual property, supply chain security; forensics and technology programs that support the operation of product protection. Foster and maintain relationships with external suppliers and consultants to develop and promote products and processes in the area of product protection. Develop and implement product protection programs and processes into the companies organizations in order to assure sustainable product protection results and best practices. Research, assess and manage technologies that will help reduce counterfeiting and illegal diversion for the company. Responsible for the selecting and developing of key security personnel for product protection function of the organization. Responsible for submitting and maintaining the groups budget.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 12 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Hands on operational experience in litigation related investigations, including anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting operations. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator), and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) preferred.

 

Manager, Product Protection Security Job Code: 369

Job Description:

Plans, develops, and directs the product protection security function under senior management direction. Responsible for the business strategies associated with product protection security function within the organization. Initiate, manage and successfully resolve investigations of alleged and/or confirmed counterfeiting, tampering and diversion of company products. Manage the comprehensive intellectual property infringement policy and strategy to minimize any losses. Reviews and reports risk assessments to identify threats to security of information, systems, and computing assets throughout the Company in regard to product protection. Manage and establish of an effective reporting and tracking system for processing of complaints, investigation, and enforcement actions. Manage anti-counterfeiting initiatives and tracking methodologies. Coordinate field investigations of product counterfeiting, grey-market and related incidents and interface with law enforcement and prosecutors. Manage and maintain a network of key relationships including company, professional product protection management, law enforcement and outside contacts. Manage the formation and implementation of corporate product protection policies with other product protection peers within the company. Develop strategies on enhancing product protection technologies and processes which identify and stop illegal activities while recouping lost revenue. Manage key collaboration with affiliates to implement consistent standards, programs, assessments and procedures for the product security with consideration for developing relationships with supply chain partners. Research and manage technologies that will help reduce counterfeiting and illegal diversion for the company. Ensure effective information sharing and coordination within operating units in regard to product protection strategies and guidelines. Develops, trains and directs product security personal within the organization.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 7 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Hands on operational experience in litigation related investigations, including anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting operations. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator), and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) preferred.

 

Senior Product Protection Security Specialist IV Job Code: 370

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Initiate and implement the business strategies associated with product protection security function within the organization. Track, organize and implement the comprehensive intellectual property infringements policy and strategy to minimize any losses. May review and reports risk assessments to identify threats to security of information, systems, and computing assets throughout the Company in regard to product protection. Align product protection policies and procedures across the organization and externally with commercial partners. Research, recommend technologies that will help reduce counterfeiting and illegal activities for the company’s products. Work with vendors for current and applicable anti-counterfeiting technologies and processes designed to mitigate product losses. Maintains liaison contacts within the industry, law enforcement, government and regulatory agencies to maintain knowledge of and provide recommendations for strategic response to possible litigation, trends, external risks and new technology related to product security. Use appropriate investigative technologies and processes to achieve maximum efficiencies and effectiveness. Produce written statements and reports for evidential purposes. Work with the intellectual property legal team to establish a legal framework and best practice to follow for the successful prosecution of copyright infringement offenders. Supports forensic needs and activities for security incident management and investigations. May assist with and participate in the development and implementation of a product protection security plan that assesses current threats and vulnerabilities, identifies protection goals, objectives and metrics consistent with corporate strategic objectives, and details the efficient and cost-effective utilization of security resources. Prepare and disseminate detailed investigation and risk trending/analysis reports as required. Provides leadership to less experienced product Protection Specialist and technicians.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization or Bachelor's degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Hands on operational experience in litigation related investigations, including anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting operations. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator), and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) preferred.

 

Product Protection Security Specialist III Job Code: 371

Job Description:

Works under general direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining product protection security techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Participate in the implementation of business strategies associated with product protection security function within the organization. Track, organize and implement the comprehensive intellectual property infringement policy and strategy to minimize any losses. May review and report risk assessments to identify threats to security of information, systems, and computing assets throughout the Company in regard to product protection. Implement product protection policies and procedures across the organization and external commercial partners. Recommend technologies that will help reduce counterfeiting and illegal activities for the company’s products. Work with vendors for current and applicable anti-counterfeiting technologies and processes designed to mitigate product losses. Assist in conducting quality control audits to evaluate product protection security standards and performance levels ensuring uniformity and effectiveness of product protection technologies and procedures. Conduct vulnerability exercises to identify and reduce exposures. Use appropriate investigative technologies and processes to achieve maximum efficiencies and effectiveness. Maintain liaison with customs/law enforcement/judicial agencies to assist the corporation pursuing matters through the criminal justice system. May work with vendors for current and applicable anti-counterfeiting technologies and processes designed to mitigate product losses. Produce written statements and reports for evidential purposes. Identify product security risks to company supply chains, and recommend appropriate product security protocols to mitigate product risk. Assists in security due diligence assessments on potential business partners such as wholesalers, distributers, brokers or other organizational critical functions. Participates in the dissemination of detailed investigation and risk trending/analysis reports as required. Provides input to the Intellectual Property legal team to establish a legal framework and best practice to follow for the successful prosecution of copyright infringement offenders.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years’ experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or private sector security organization. Hands on operational experience in litigation related investigations, including anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting operations. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator), and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) preferred.

 

Product Protection Security Specialist II Job Code: 372

Job Description:

Works under general supervision. Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Product protection work is assigned by management. Maintains and follows the comprehensive intellectual property infringement policy and strategy to minimize any losses. With management direction, may conduct risk assessments to identify threats to security of information, systems, and computing assets throughout the Company in regard to product protection. Works within product protection policies and procedures across the organization and externally with commercial partners. Monitors and investigates alleged trademark infringements to include unauthorized commercial use of company products, including counterfeiting of products. Works to compile facts and gather evidence for use in civil and criminal matters. Works within established company protocols to manage and streamline activities surrounding the recovery of confiscated product. Assists in managing a relational database designed to analyze, report and document contraband activities, to include incident reports and findings. May act as a liaison with company organizations in term of product protection procedures and interpretation of policies. May assist in utilizing internet and computer related investigations to gather competitive intelligence on black market activities involving company products. Supports the authentication process for suspected counterfeit company products, and assists on other anti-piracy/infringement matters. Assists in preparing and maintaining documentation required by outside authorities and communication with internal departments. Assists in the support on product security litigations, including preparing documentation/evidence, coordinate with lawyers and authorities, maintaining records and follow up on litigation process. Maintain excellent working relationships with the relevant law enforcement agencies, supporting agencies and organizations. Works with outside vendors.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 year’s experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Operational experience in litigation related investigations, including anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting operations preferred. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator), and CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) preferred.

 

Product Protection Security Specialist I Job Code: 373

Job Description:

Works under close supervision. The product protection caseload is assigned by management or senior specialists. Performs tasks from detailed instructions and established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of established product protection techniques and for following the defined policies and procedures. Based on product protection policy, follows the comprehensive intellectual property infringement policy and strategy to minimize any losses. Assists higher-level product protection specialists as they monitor and investigate alleged trademark infringements to include unauthorized commercial use of company products, including counterfeiting of products. Assists in compiling facts and gather evidence for use in civil and criminal matters. Follows established company protocols to manage and streamline activities surrounding the recovery of confiscated product. Assist in maintaining an accurate, up-to-date case files and database. May assist in compiling facts and gather evidence for use in civil and criminal matters as it relates to the organizations product protection policies. Supports the management of a relational database designed to analyze, report and document contraband activities to include incident reports and findings. Supports the authentication process for suspect counterfeit company products, and assist in other anti-piracy/infringement matters. With senior direction, monitors and investigates alleged trademark infringements. Support senior product protection specialists in defined protocols in regard to product protection where work and methodologies are evaluated as to technical soundness, appropriateness and effectiveness in meeting operational goals and objectives.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 2 year’s experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator) or CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) preferred.

 

Security Clearance Specialist II Job Code: 386

Job Description:

Works under general supervision and follows established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and overall adequacy. Reviews electronic security clearance applications for completeness and enters employee security data into the government Electronic Personnel Security Questionnaire software program for transmittal to the Defense Security Service. Grants security clearance to personnel in the organization as needed. Safeguards classified materials and conducts periodic inspection and inventory of specific project’s classified status. Compiles information of a sensitive and confidential nature regarding senior management and the organization for government reporting. Meets with Department of Energy (DOE) representatives and/or Defense Security Service agents regarding project issues, personnel clearance, cleared facilities, and other security matters.  Provides management with interpretation of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual to ensure compliance with government projects and updates the organization’s standard practice procedures when appropriate. Works closely with management in reviewing government contract requirements.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience in a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Physical Security Systems Specialist III Job Code 392

Job Description:

Works under very limited direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining the most appropriate physical security techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. With limited guidance, plans, and recommends to management the physical security systems and service requirements for the company. Responsible for the coordination, installation, upgrade and conversion or servicing of alarm systems, access controls, video cameras, burglary, radio systems and all other types of physical security equipment. Defines physical security system standards, policies, required upgrades, maintenance and day-to-day management of all security systems through system integrators or internal resources. Directs external relationships to ensure the viability of all physical security systems, legacy and new, with the goal of minimal business disruption as the result of failed or improperly configured systems.  Implements technology solutions aligned with corporate security strategy and budget guidelines. Maintains an in-depth knowledge of the state of the art security equipment standards and technology encompassing all physical security products. Provides system solutions to specific security concerns identified through customer requests and security audits. Develops and maintains operational processes to ensue security standards are maintained. Develops and administers processes for annual audits for various access control systems. Acts as a primary contact for security system emergency issues. Provides product research, feasibility studies, project planning, tracking and quality assurance and overall vendor communication and management. Acts as a primary contact for physical security system emergency management.  Advises and assists in annual security systems budgeting process.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with physical security systems and security software. Knowledge and experience in working with information technology security application and practices.  Certification preferred.


Physical Security Systems Specialist II Job Code: 393

Job Description:

Work is performed under general supervision. Follows established procedures.  Work is reviewed systematically through completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. With guidance, assists in the planning of the physical security systems and service requirements for the company. Responsible for maintaining, coordinating, installing, upgrading, converting or servicing of alarm systems, access controls, video cameras, burglary, radio systems and all other types of physical security equipment. Participate in the definition of physical security system standards, required upgrades, maintenance and day to day operation of all security systems through system integrators or internal resources. Interacts with external relationships to ensure the viability of security systems, legacy and new, with the goal of minimal business disruption as the result of failed or improperly configured systems. Assists in the implementation of technology solutions aligned with corporate security goals and budget guidelines. Maintains an in-depth knowledge of the state-of-the-art security equipment standards and technology encompassing all physical security products. Recommends to management system solutions to specific security concerns identified through customer requests and security audits. Performs operational processes to ensue security standards are maintained.  Administers processes for annual audits for various access control systems. Acts as a primary contact for physical security system emergency issues. Provides product research, feasibility studies, project planning, tracking and quality assurance and overall vendor communication and management. May act as a primary contact for physical security system emergency management. Assists in annual security systems budgeting process.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 4 years experience with physical security systems and security software. Knowledge and experience in working with information technology security application and practices. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Manager, Product Protection Programs Job Code: 401

Job Description:

Plans and directs the product protection and intellectual property programs of the company under senior management direction. Responsible for development and implementation of global policies, procedures, standards, training and methods for identifying and protecting the organization’s products and intellectual properties, operations, and/or materials from product tampering, product counterfeiting, unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, espionage and sabotage. Ensures the safety of the products and intellectual property through the proactive development, implementation and execution of a wide variety of approaches and strategies.  Responsible for conducting product protection vulnerability assessments of the entire supply chain, including tracing product back to its source at manufacturing sites. Works closely with business unit management in identifying trends that contribute to product and intellectual property protection. Develops a consensus position within the business unit’s climate of diverse operational activities and often conflicting regulations to achieve the organization’s global security goals. Manages and leads product diversion and counterfeiting investigations from inception to their rightful conclusion. Participates with the investigative section of corporate Security in the development and maintenance of a database system to track and analyze product tampering, counterfeiting and intellectual property misuse and theft. Interacts with the company’s Legal department to ensure consistent application of current intellectual property laws and domestic and foreign government regulations. Develops and maintains contacts with relevant external partners and agencies, such as, U.S. Customs authorities and regulatory bodies that handle product protection issues. Assists the security staff in providing expertise and procedural guidance to management and staff of operating units regarding all aspects of product and intellectual property protection. The position incumbent may be actively involved with various quality brand protection groups, such as, QBPC in China. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master’s or law degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 7 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization or Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PCI (Professional Certified Investigator), CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) certifications are preferred.

 

Manager, Corporate Security Programs Job Code: 402

Job Description:

Plans, develops and manages the corporate programs for the security function under senior management direction. Programs include workplace violence, technical abuse, and organizational integrity, which encompass business and employee conduct, compliance, ethics and privacy. Develops and documents standards of measurement of the efficiency and effectiveness of these programs.  Plans, develops and presents organization-wide policies on procedures, guidance for personnel to implement. Coordinates inspections, reporting, and documenting of emergency response activities of relevant programs. Monitors and reports noncompliance of security breeches to appropriate department heads. Develops employee training and awareness programs and manages development campaigns. Manages day-to-day operation of business and employee conduct program, including hotline call intake, analysis, routing, response, reporting and follow-up. Coordinates development and maintenance of database to track and analyze inappropriate communications that insinuate or allege a grievance or personal threat to executives, employees or other individuals associated with the organization. Coordinates the development, implementation and documentation of corporate security program records. Assists security staff in providing expertise and procedural guidance to management and staff of operating units. Interacts with management and Human Resources staff in intervention procedures related to potential workplace violence cases. Identifies, provides technical expertise, evaluates content and makes recommendations on incorporating all facets of corporate programs into the business operation. Identifies and develops resource requirements for corporate program goals and objectives. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Manager, Security Systems and Training Job Code: 412

Job Description:

Plans and directs the organization’s security computer systems, data repositories and technology tools under senior management direction. Implements technology solutions and services for security website, personnel identification, incident reporting, case management and system validation. Serves as leading technical expert on complex security equipment and techniques. Oversees technical functions in support of security and investigative operations. Directs the evaluation of state of the art products and techniques related to computer hardware and software. Provides expertise of their use, recommends equipment, and adapts changes to computer technologies. Provides technical advise, guidance, and recommendations regarding security programs and awareness media. Implements staff, employee and facility training programs, coordinates and develops communication plans, documented guidelines/manuals and customer satisfaction surveys. Designs communication plans by documenting guidelines, brochures, surveys in on-line network and automated self-assessment formats. Acquires and coordinates training programs by adapting or translating materials from a variety of recognized sources. Analyzes departmental financial performance results and prepares expense and capital budget worksheets. Ensures successful program results and value contributions through interpersonal contact with peers and senior management. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other studies relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public or private sector security organization. Has had some exposure in the international security arena. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) preferred and Certified Security Training Specialist (CSTS) preferred.

 

Senior Security Training and Awareness Specialist IV  Job Code: 414

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results, and makes recommendations and changes to departmental policies and procedures. Work is checked through consultation and agreement, rather than formal review of supervisor. Acts as a senior member of a team to implement technology solutions and services for security website, personnel identification, incident reporting, case management and system validation. Administer presentation of initial or new hire security briefing, annual refresher, and termination briefings for the organization. Accountable for automated administrative system to ensure tracking of briefing attendance. Employs a variety of awareness media to keep managers and employees abreast of latest information, personnel, and technical security policies, procedures, trends and issues. Communicates with line and staff personnel on potential threats to work environment. Through appropriate media devices, ensures line and staff personnel are kept abreast of potential threats, vulnerabilities, and countermeasures germane to work environment. Participates in local, regional and national workshops and seminars related to security education and awareness. Keeps abreast of hardware and software security applications and their use in the current operating environment. Provides input for the development of new security related Orders, Manuals, and Guides and delivers presentations to organization staff. Provides leadership to less experienced Security Awareness/Training Specialists and technicians. 

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience in emergency management with a law enforcement, or public or private sector security organization. Certified Security Training Specialist (CSTS) preferred.

 

Security Training and Awareness Specialist III Job Code: 415

Job Description:

Works under very general direction. Exercises reasonable latitude in determining security communication/awareness techniques to accomplish objectives. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Works as a team member to implement technology solutions and services for security website, personnel identification, incident reporting, case management and system validation.  Administer presentation of initial or new hire security briefing, annual refresher, and termination briefings for the organization. Accountable for automated administrative system to ensure tracking of briefing attendance. Employs a variety of awareness media to keep managers and employees abreast of latest information, personnel, and technical security policies, procedures, trends and issues. Communicates with line and staff personnel on potential threats to work environment. Through appropriate media devices, ensures line and staff personnel are kept abreast of potential threats, vulnerabilities, and countermeasures germane to work environment. Participates in local, regional and national workshops and seminars related to security education and awareness. Keeps abreast of hardware and software security applications and their use in the current operating environment. Provides input for the development of new security related Orders, Manuals, and Guides and delivers presentations to organization staff. Provides leadership to less experienced Security Awareness/Training Specialists and technicians. 

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience in emergency management with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Certified Security Training Specialist (CSTS) preferred.

 

Manager, Classified Security Projects Job Code: 422

Job Description:

Plans and directs the classified security projects function under senior management direction. The position is accountable for initiating and administering a classified security program that will enable the organization to pursue and perform work on government-classified contracts. Responsible for the organization’s Classification, Export Control (EC), and Classified Matter Protection and Control (CMPC) programs in order to ensure that all subcontractor firms are in compliance with applicable government orders, regulations, laws, and treaties. Develops policies and procedures that govern the programs and ensure compliance of all subcontract companies via management assessment. Serves as the organization’s classification, EC, and CMPC authority, adjudicate and establishes the organization’s position on all related issues. Directs the review of classified records holdings. Oversees and conducts reviews for classified and sensitive unclassified information (may include Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information and Export Controlled Information) within documents or matter intended for widespread dissemination of public release. Provides review support in a timely manner for all public request of documents. Directly interacts with DOE and other government agencies on all matters related to classified matters. Ensures the proper identification, markings, and controls of nuclear related equipment and materials held by the organization as defined by the DOE. Participates in all activities related to the declassifying and downgrading classified matter. Briefs all levels of management on classification issues and classification requirements for sensitive technologies and processes. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience with classification and export control work in a government facility/agency or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Senior Classified Security Specialist IV Job Code: 424

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward prede­ter­mined goals and objectives. Assignments are usually self-initi­ated. Determines and pur­sues courses of ac­tion necessary to ob­tain desired re­sults. Exercises technical dis­cretion within broadly de­fined practices and poli­cies in se­lecting methods, techniques and evalua­tion cri­terion for obtaining results. Provides technical support regarding the classified security program that will enable the organization to pursue and perform work on government-classified contracts. Ensures proper classification and subsequent protection of documents, computer systems, and any nuclear-related items of importance to national security, originated or controlled by the organization and subcontractors prior to release of such items for widespread distribution and public release. Monitors the organization’s Classification, Export Control (EC), and Classified Matter Protection and Control (CMPC) programs in order to ensure that all subcontractor firms are in compliance with applicable government orders, regulations, laws, and treaties. Participates in developing policies and procedures that govern the programs and ensure compliance of all subcontract companies via management assessment. Participates in the review of classified records holdings. Oversees and conducts reviews for classified and sensitive unclassified information (may include Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information and Export Controlled Information) within documents or matter intended for widespread dissemination of public release. Interacts with DOE and other government agencies on all matters related to classified matters. Develops and implements training and certification programs. Participates in all activities related to the declassifying and downgrading classified matter. Briefs all levels of management on classification issues and classification requirements for sensitive technologies and processes. Prepares technical reports based on the expert interpretation of ana­lyzed data. Provides leader­ship to less experienced specialist and to technicians. May act as lead person or technical ex­pert on projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 8 years experience with classification and export control work in a government facility/agency or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Classified Security Specialist III Job Code: 425

Job Description:

Works under general supervision and follows established procedures. Work is reviewed for soundness of technical judgment and overall adequacy. Provides technical support regarding the classified security program that will enable the organization to pursue and perform work on government-classified contracts. Conducts reviews for classified and sensitive unclassified information (may include Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information and Export Controlled Information) within documents or matter intended for widespread dissemination of public release. Reviews proper classification and subsequent protection of documents, computer systems, and any nuclear-related items of importance to national security, originated or controlled by the organization and subcontractors prior to release of such items for widespread distribution and public release. Participates in monitoring the organization’s Classification, Export Control (EC), and Classified Matter Protection and Control (CMPC) programs in order to ensure that all subcontractor firms are in compliance with applicable government orders, regulations, laws, and treaties. Assists in developing policies and procedures that govern the programs and ensure compliance of all subcontract companies via management assessment. Participates in the review of classified records holdings. Provides review support in a timely manner for all public request of documents. Interacts with DOE and other government agencies on all matters related to classified matters. Assists in developing and implementing training and certification programs. Participates in all activities related to the declassifying and downgrading classified matter. May assist in preparing technical reports based on the expert interpretation of ana­lyzed data. May provide leader­ship to less experienced specialist and to technicians through work as­signments, moni­toring schedules and resolv­ing prob­lems. May act as lead person or technical ex­pert on small projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years experience with classification and export control work in a government facility/agency or private sector security organization. Certification preferred.

 

Manager, Protective Forces (Armed/Unarmed) Job Code: 432

Job Description:

Plans, develops and manages the corporate protective force programs security function under senior management direction. This position would have armed and unarmed guard force accountabilities. Responsible for the development of an efficient and safe operation of the organization’s protective force operations. Manages the development and implementation of access and perimeter control operational procedures, conveying and verifying security requirements. Develops and manages corrective actions and upgrades to physical and technical security posture of the company.  Identifies and recommends electronic access control equipment designed to detect unauthorized entry into facilities or property. Monitors performance and assignments of personnel and makes sporadic inspections to insure they are properly equipped, trained and fulfilling their duties in compliance with company policies. Directs investigations related to accidents, arbitrations and grievances as they occur, and institutes policy to prevent a recurrence. Directs personnel responsible for electronic and physical security systems, evaluates performance, and develops process and procedures to minimize risks. Monitors and directs Emergency Response operational plans and related activities as required. Coordinates security requirements and participates in planning of various on-site construction projects. Coordinates Protective Force administrative and operational matters with management, union officials, local law enforcement and client/customers to ensure continuity of operations. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 10 years experience in the armed forces security, military police or with a major law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons and have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) preferred.

 

Officer in Charge, Protective Forces – Armed Job Code: 433

Job Description:

Under general direction, supervises the personnel engaged in the Protective Forces function for the company. This position would have armed guard force accountabilities. Supervises the day-to-day shift operations of the department. Supervises the equipment used by personnel, investigates unusual incidents and directs activities at emergencies. Assists in the development and implementation of access and perimeter control operational procedures, conveying and verifying security requirements. Implements corrective actions and upgrades to physical and technical security posture of the company.  Identifies and recommends electronic access control equipment designed to detect unauthorized entry into facilities or property.  Supervises assigned personnel in guard areas, initiate corrective actions, and completes daily activity reports. Directs personnel responsible for electronic and physical security systems, evaluates performance, and develops process and procedures to minimize risks. Ensures safety of personnel by checking and monitoring of all equipment in guard areas. Updates post orders, accounts for security seals, and supervises vehicle inspections. Participates in Emergency Response operational plans and related activities as required. Coordinates security requirements and participates in security planning of various on-site construction projects. Participates in Protective Force administrative and operational matters with management, union officials, local law enforcement and client/customers to ensure continuity of operations. When necessary, supervises the handling of demonstrators and perpetrators. Supervises the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and more than 8 years progressive experience in the armed forces security, military police or with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons and have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted. Certified Protection Professional (CPP) preferred.

 

Security Officer 3 – Armed Job Code: 437

Job Description:

Under general supervision performs assigned tasks from detailed instructions. Protects the organization’s physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical perimeter, exterior, and interior perimeters of the facility. Patrols and protects the facilities by foot and/or vehicle to detect or prevent illegal/unauthorized activities. Provides security protection for all organizational facilities, classified material and personnel within areas of responsibility to preclude unauthorized access, conversion, theft or intentional destruction. Reports/responds to unusual or emergency situations, using the appropriate degree of physical force and or weaponry as situation dictates. Control personnel and vehicular ingress/egress into and exiting controlled secure areas.Be alert for potential security, property or safety concerns and initiate the appropriate actions. Perform escort duties as appropriate.  Prevent/report all violations of security and safety rules and regulations. Respond to protective alarm signals or other unusual/suspicious activities. Maintain proficiency with all assigned weapons as required. Acts as lead security officer to ensure safety of personnel by checking and monitoring of all equipment in guard areas. Tracks and updates post orders, accounts for security seals, and supervises vehicle inspections. Maintains an in-depth knowledge of all security orders, written and oral, pertaining to assigned duties as well as working knowledge of applicable federal/state laws. When necessary, assists in supervising the handling of demonstrators and perpetrators. Participates in a variety of training activities/programs designed to assure employees are capable of fulfilling their emergency response duties. Acts as lead guard when required.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and more than 6 years progressive experience in the armed forces security, military police or with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons and have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted. Must maintain a valid state driver’s license.  Must be able to perform duties wearing personal protective equipment.

 

Security Officer 2 – Armed Job Code: 438

Job Description:

Under direct supervision performs assigned tasks from detailed instructions, established policies and procedures. Protects the organization's physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical perimeter, exterior, and interior perimeters of the facility. Patrols and protects the facilities by foot and/or vehicle to detect or prevent illegal/unauthorized activities. Provides security protection for all organizational facilities, classified material and personnel within areas of responsibility to preclude unauthorized access, conversion, theft or intentional destruction. Reports/responds to unusual or emergency situations, using the appropriate degree of physical force and or weaponry as situation dictates. Control personnel and vehicular ingress/egress into and exiting controlled secure areas. Be alert for potential security, property or safety concerns and initiate the appropriate actions. Perform escort duties as appropriate. Prevent/report all violations of security and safety rules and regulations. Respond to protective alarm signals or other unusual/suspicious activities. Maintain proficiency with all assigned weapons as required. Maintains an in-depth knowledge of all security orders, written and oral, pertaining to assigned duties as well as working knowledge of applicable federal/state laws.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and more than 3 years progressive experience in the armed forces security, military police or with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons and have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted. Must maintain a valid state driver's license.  Must be able to perform duties wearing personal protective equipment.

 

Security Officer 1 – Armed Job Code: 439

Job Description:

Under immediate supervision performs routine, assigned tasks from detailed instructions, established policies and procedures. Assists in the protection of the organization’s physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical perimeter, exterior, and interior perimeters of the facility. Assists in patrolling and protecting the facilities by foot and/or vehicle to detect or prevent illegal/unauthorized activities. Provides security protection for all organizational facilities and personnel within areas of responsibility to preclude unauthorized access, theft or intentional destruction. With a Senior Security Officer, responds to unusual or emergency situations using the appropriate degree of physical force and or weaponry as situation dictates. Assists in the controlling of personnel and vehicular ingress/egress into and exiting controlled secure areas. Be alert for potential security, property or safety concerns and initiate the appropriate actions by notifying senior personnel. Perform escort duties as appropriate. With direct supervision of a Senior Security Officer, responds to protective alarm signals or other unusual/suspicious activities. Maintain proficiency with all assigned weapons as required.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 2 year of progressive experience in the armed forces security, military police or with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Must meet any physical requirements for defensive combat protective personnel. Also must qualify with weapons and have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted. Must maintain a valid state driver’s license.  Must be able to perform duties wearing personal protective equipment.

 

Manager, Physical Security (Unarmed) Job Code: 442

Job Description:

Plans, develops and manages the corporate physical security program under senior management direction. Responsible for the development of an efficient and safe operation of the organization’s physical security operations. Manages the development and implementation of access and perimeter control operational procedures, conveying and verifying security requirements. Manages the loss prevention and detection services and enforces administrative procedures. Develops and manages corrective actions to upgrade the physical and technical posture of the site. Manages the development and enhancements of security inspections procedures to prevent safety hazards, and ensures the proper procedures are followed. Acts as liaison to field operations in the areas of design and implementation of physical security systems. Identifies and recommends electronic access control equipment designed to detect unauthorized entry into facilities or property. Monitors performance and assignments of personnel and makes sporadic inspections to insure they are properly equipped, trained and fulfilling their duties in compliance with organization policies. Directs personnel responsible for electronic and physical security systems, evaluates performance, and develops process and procedures to minimize risks. Monitors and directs Emergency Response operational plans and related activities as required. Coordinates physical security administrative and operational matters with management, union officials, local law enforcement and client/customers to ensure continuity of operations. Manages the activities and provides leadership direction to the professional, technical and support staff within the organization unit.

Qualification Guidelines:

Bachelor’s degree in an area of study relevant to this position and more than 6 years progressive experience in the armed forces security, military police or with a major law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Must have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted.

 

Supervisor, Physical Security (Unarmed) Job Code: 443

Job Description:

Under general direction, supervises the personnel engaged in the Physical Security function for the organization.  Assists in the development of an efficient and safe operation of the organization’s physical security operations. Responsible for supervising and monitoring the systems associated with the flow of personnel and vehicular traffic entering and exiting organization’s property. Develops and implements policies and procedures to audit personnel/visitor security clearances. Identifies and recommends electronic access control equipment designed to detect unauthorized entry into facilities or property. Develops procedures to prevent unauthorized entry into the organization’s physical assets, and upon detection, supervises the personnel that isolate, negotiate and/or escort individual(s) to a containment area. Assists in managing the loss prevention and detection services and enforces administrative procedures.  Supervises the development and enhancement of security inspection procedures to prevent safety hazards, and to ensure the proper procedures are followed. Oversees the handling of emergency situations, including employee injuries. Monitors performance and assignments of personnel and makes periodic inspections to insure they are properly equipped, trained and fulfilling their duties in compliance with organization’s policies. Monitors and directs Emergency Response operational plans and related activities as required. Provides direct supervision to guard force, to include scheduling, coaching, staffing and performance development.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and more than 5 years progressive experience with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Knowledge of security systems and equipment in a business environment is necessary. Must have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted.

 

Security Guard 3 – Unarmed Job Code: 447

Job Description:

Under general supervision performs assigned tasks from detailed instructions. Protects the organization’s physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical perimeter, exterior, and interior perimeters of the facility.  Patrols, stands guard and protects the facilities by foot and/or vehicle to detect or prevent illegal/unauthorized activities.  Provides security protection for all organizational facilities, classified material and personnel within areas of responsibility to preclude unauthorized access, theft or intentional destruction.  Monitors the flow of personnel and vehicular traffic entering and exiting the building. Audits personnel/visitor security clearances and control activities to verify personal and organization I.D. Maintains and updates visitor logs, commercial deliveries and outside contractors entering and exiting the facility. Visually inspects common areas to prevent any hazards, and ensures proper safety procedures are followed.  Monitors electronic perimeter control devises to detect any unauthorized entry into facility, and communicates any detections. Escort’s guests and organization personnel throughout the facility as directed. Oversees the handling of emergency situations, including employee injuries. Prevents unauthorized entry into the Company, and upon detection, isolates, negotiates and escorts individual(s) to a containment area.  Acts as Lead Security Guard to ensures safety of personnel by checking and monitoring of all equipment in guard areas. Maintains an in-depth knowledge of all security orders, written and oral, pertaining to assigned duties.  Acts as lead guard when required.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and more than 3 years progressive experience with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Knowledge of security systems and equipment in a business environment is preferred. Must have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted.

 

Security Guard 2 – Unarmed Job Code: 448

Job Description:

Under direct supervision performs assigned tasks from detailed instructions, established policies and procedures. Protects the organizations physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical perimeter, exterior, and interior perimeters of the facility. Patrols, stands guard and protects the facilities by foot and/or vehicle to detect or prevent illegal/unauthorized activities. Provides security protection for all organizational facilities, classified material and personnel within areas of responsibility to preclude unauthorized access, theft or intentional destruction. Monitors the flow of personnel and vehicular traffic entering and exiting the building. Audits personnel/visitor security clearances and controls activities to verify personal and organization I.D. Maintains and updates visitor logs, commercial deliveries and outside contractors entering and exiting the facility.  Visually inspects common areas to prevent any hazards, and ensures proper safety procedures are followed. Assists in the handling of emergency situations, including employee injuries. Prevents unauthorized entry into the Company, and upon detection, isolates, negotiates and escorts individual(s) to a containment area.  Performs escort duties as appropriate. Maintains knowledge of all security orders, written and oral, pertaining to assigned duties. 

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and more than 2 years progressive experience with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Knowledge of security systems and equipment in a business environment is preferred. Must have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted.

 

Security Guard 1 – Unarmed Job Code: 449

Job Description:

Under immediate supervision performs routine, assigned tasks from detailed instructions, established policies and procedures. Assists in the protection of the organizations physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical facility, including the exterior and interior perimeters. Patrols, stands guard and protects the facilities by foot and/or vehicle to detect or prevent illegal/unauthorized activities.  Assists in providing security protection for all organizational facilities and personnel within areas of responsibility to preclude unauthorized access, theft or intentional destruction. Assists in monitoring the flow of personnel and vehicular traffic entering and exiting the building. Logs personnel/visitor security clearances and controls activities to verify personal and Company I.D. Maintains and updates visitor logs, commercial deliveries and outside contractors entering and exiting the facility.  Visually inspects common areas to prevent any hazards, and notifies a senior guard when appropriate,  to ensure proper safety procedures are followed. Prevents unauthorized entry into the Company, and upon detection and with the assistance of a Senior Security Guard, isolates, negotiates and escorts individual(s) to a containment area.  Performs escort duties as appropriate. 

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 1 year of experience with a law enforcement, public or private sector security organization. Knowledge of security systems and equipment in a business environment is preferred. Must have a background, which would not preclude a security clearance granted.

 

Console Operators Job Code: 450

Job Description:

Under direct supervision performs assigned tasks from detailed instructions, established policies and procedures.  Protects the organization’s physical assets by maintaining and safeguarding the physical perimeter, exterior, and interior perimeters of the facility. Provides security protection by utilizing and monitoring the organization’s building automation system, electronic surveillance systems and other monitoring devises.  Utilizes and maintains electronic surveillance and detection systems through security console operations to include; Security, Fire, Access Control, HVAC, and executive support. Based on console indications or event(s), identifies, initiates and coordinates appropriate response/notification based on security guidelines. Provides first point of contact for situations involving off-site facilities, medical services, computer center, weekend media inquires, and consumer hotline. Enters and retrieves data utilizing the organization’s security management system. Assists in the smooth operation of post and shift operations. Keeps accurate log of events and occurrences based on security guidelines.  Acts as alternate Lead Security Guard as required.

Qualification Guidelines:

High School diploma or equivalent required with 4 years progressive experience.  Knowledge of security systems, devices, and building automation systems in a corporate environment preferred.

 

Top Compliance & Ethics Executive (Sr. Compl./Ethics Officer - Global)   Job Code: 700

Job Description:

This position has global accountability for developing and directing the organization's compliance and ethics function for the total corporation worldwide, under executive management direction based on predetermined goal and objects. The incumbent in this position may also have responsibilities within other major functions: legal, human resources, auditing, etc. Determines appropriateness of corporate-wide compliance initiatives; provides leadership and oversight to ensure development and implementation of strategies, policies and programs. Responsible for all activities relating to standards of conduct, to include ethical relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers, employees, shareholders and other stakeholders. Provides leadership in the development of a compliance risk management program to assess, prioritize and manage legal and regulatory compliance, facilitating the systematic assessment and management of compliance risks. Responsible for the companywide confidential reporting program ("Helpline") allowing employees, customers, contractors, and other stakeholders to disclose violations of the corporation's ethical standards, violations of law or corporate policy relating to such matters without fear of retaliation. Responsible for effectively managing the training, communications and publications for the ethics and compliance policies, procedures and practices to all employees and agents. Provides expert advice and interpretation of the company's code of conduct and policies and procedures. Accountable for conducting investigations into alleged violations of company ethics and business conduct and make recommendations for resolution of misconduct including penalties and other appropriate action based on severity of the case. May be accountable for ensuring compliance with U.S. Government procurement and contract compliance laws and regulations. Provides comprehensive reports to the Top Executive and various Committees of the Board of Directors. Works closely with the cognizant staff functions, Legal, Finance, Internal Auditing, Human Resources, as well as, business unit senior management.

Qualification Guidelines:

J.D. or Master's degree and more than 10 years work experience or Bachelor's degree and more than 15 years work experience. Minimum of 8 years of management responsibilities and 6 years relevant work in Human Resources, Finance, Internal Auditing, Legal or Security.


Corporate Manager, Compliance and Ethics (Domestic Only)   Job Code: 710

Job Description:

Plans, directs and manages on a day-by-day basis the corporation's comprehensive compliance and ethics function under senior management direction based on predetermined goals and objectives. Participates in the development and implementation of strategies for all activities relating to the standards of conduct, and ethical relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers, employees, stakeholders and the communities in which the organization operates. Provides direction in the development of a compliance risk management program to assess, prioritize and manage legal and regulatory compliance risks. Responsible for effectively communicating the ethics, compliance and business conduct standards and procedures to all employees and other agents. Provides expert advice and interpretation of the code of compliance and ethics, including the applicability of the organization's policies and programs. Works with other subject matter experts to develop the most appropriate methods for maintaining employee awareness of the program and pertinent laws or regulations pertaining to the organization's business. Responsible for preemptive/preventative studies, workforce analysis, monitoring the organizations compliance in responding to specialized areas of Employment, Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action and other Business Practices. Ensures there are consistency and completeness of internal, external, and governmental reporting while managing and coordinating documentation and monitoring efforts. May be responsible for managing the companywide confidential reporting program ("Helpline") allowing employees, customers, contractors, and other stakeholders to disclose alleged violations of the corporation's ethical standards, violations of law, or corporate policy. Ensures that appropriate and timely responses are provided to inquiries. Monitors progress of investigations of alleged violations of the laws or regulation's pertaining to the business, summarizes, documents and maintains accurate records of issues handled. Works with various committees within the corporation that establish policy on a variety of procurement matters. Coordinates closely with the senior executive staff and Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources and Legal personnel relative to application, interpretation, and enforcement policies and procedures. Provides leadership direction to the professional staff within the ethics and compliance function.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree and more than 5 years experience in Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources or Legal functions or a Bachelor's degree and more than 8 years experience. Work experience should include a minimum of 5 years of management responsibility.

 

Manager, Regulatory Compliance Job Code: 720

Job Description:

Plans and directs the business compliance function for the total corporation under senior management direction based on predetermined goals and objectives. Provides corporate-wide focus for efforts relating to compliance with government procurement laws and regulations and with the organization's policies on business ethics and conduct in contracting with Government Agencies, including oversight responsibility for government contract compliance audit and training functions. Works with various functions within the corporation to establish policy on a variety of procurement matters, including government accounting, government property and independent research and development issues. Provides guidance and expertise in the development and maintenance of the company's compliance risk management program to assess, prioritize and manage legal and regulatory compliance risks based on benchmarking research, facilitating the systematic assessment and management of compliance risks. Maintains an expertise on government procurement laws. Reviews corporate policies, systems and procedures with respect to procurement matters and assists in drafting such policies to ensure that they establish a level of conduct that complies with applicable laws. Provides oversight and coordination for government contract training, policy and related relationships within operating units and external organizations including suppliers. Conducts internal reviews to evaluate effectiveness of compliance efforts and to identify deficiencies in meeting the organization's expectations in its procurement practices. Interacts with government agencies in the conduct of investigations and audits on procurement/commercial matters. Position requires a thorough knowledge of the corporation's business strategies, policies, standards and practices. Manages responsibilities within approved budget. In fulfilling these responsibilities, the incumbent must work closely with cognizant staff functions, including: Government Contract Compliance Audit, Internal Audit, Finance, Legal and Human Resources.

Qualification Guidelines:

J.D. or Master's degree and more than 5 years experience or Bachelor's degree and more than 8 years experience. Work experience should include a minimum of 3 years of management responsibility and 5 years or more relevant work in domestic and international government regulatory compliance and laws.

 

Business Unit Manager, Compliance and Ethics Job Code: 735

Job Description:

Plans, directs and manages on a day-by-day basis the corporation's comprehensive ethics and compliance function under the direction of senior management in an operating business unit based on predetermined goals and objectives. Participates in the development and implementation of strategies for all activities relating to the standards of conduct, and ethical relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers, employees, stakeholders and the communities in which the organization operates. Responsible for effectively communicating the ethics and compliance standards and procedures to all employees and other agents, through training programs and publications. Provides expert advice and interpretation of the code of ethics and compliance, including the applicability of the organization's policies and programs to specific situations. Works with other subject matter experts to develop the most appropriate methods for maintaining employee awareness of the program and pertinent laws or regulations pertaining to the organization's business. May be responsible for managing the confidential reporting program ("Helpline") allowing employees, customers, contractors, and other stakeholders to disclose alleged violations of the corporation's ethical standards, violations of law, or corporate policy. Ensures that appropriate and timely responses are provided to inquiries. Monitors progress of investigations of alleged violations of the laws or regulations pertaining to the business, summarizes, documents and maintains accurate records of issues handled. Provides direction in the development of a compliance risk management program to assess, prioritize and manage legal and regulatory compliance risks. Works with various committees within the business unit that establishes policy on a variety of procurement matters. Coordinates with the business unit's Senior Executive, Internal Auditing, Human Resources and Legal personnel relative to application, interpretation, and enforcement of the corporation's policies and procedures. Manages responsibilities within approved budget. Provides leadership direction to the professional staff within the Ethics and Business Conduct function.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree and more than 3 years experience in Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources or Legal or Bachelor's degree and more than 5 years experience. Work experience should include a minimum of 2 years of management responsibility and relevant work in government regulatory compliance and laws.

 

Senior Compliance and Ethics Specialist Job Code: 740

Job Description:

Works under consultative direction toward predetermined goals and objectives. Assignments are usually self-initiated. Determines and pursues courses of action necessary to obtain desired results. Responsible for implementing and monitoring activities relating to standards of conduct, and ethical relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers, employees, stakeholders and the communities in which the organization is conducting their business. Responsible for the overall implementation of action required to resolve work-related issues identified from various employee information gathering efforts. Provides analysis for management to make appropriate decisions in matters of complex and sensitive ethics and compliance matters related to the areas of employment and business practices. Provides expert advice and interpretation of the code of ethics and compliance, including the applicability of the organization's policies and programs to specific situations. Participates in the development and monitors the communication of the ethics and compliance standards and procedures to all employees and other agents, through training programs and publications. May participate in the implementation and maintenance of the companywide confidential reporting systems ("Helpline") allowing all employees, customers, contractors, and other stakeholders to disclose violations of the corporation's ethical standards, violations of law, or corporate policy. May coordinate casework distribution within the corporate Ethics and Compliance function for the confidential reporting system and assures that the rules of confidentiality are rigorously observed and assures that appropriate and timely responses from the appropriate personnel are provided for inquiries. Advises supervisors and directs employees to the organization's dispute resolution processes. Coordinates with Auditing, Finance, Human Resources and Legal departments regarding the application, interpretation, and enforcement of the code of conduct and policies and procedures. Participates as an expert resource in the design and development of employee education and training programs. Must have thorough knowledge of the corporation's business strategies, policies, standards and practices. May act as a lead person or technical expert on major ethics and compliance projects.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree and more than 5 years experience in Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources or Legal functions or Bachelor's degree and more than 8 years experience in Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources or Legal functions.

 

Compliance and Ethics Specialist Job Code: 745

Job Description:

Works under very general direction. Independently determines and develops approaches to solutions. Work is reviewed upon completion for adequacy in meeting objectives. Works on assignments to monitor activities relating to standards of conduct, and ethical relationships with customers, contractors, suppliers, employees and the communities in which the organization is conducting their business. Assist with the overall implementation of action required to resolve work-related issues identified from various employee information gathering efforts. Provides analysis for management to make appropriate decisions in matters of sensitive ethics and compliance matters with all rules, policies, procedures and codes of conduct related to areas of employment and business practices. Coordinates and participates with other subject matter experts on the corporation's risk management program to assess, prioritize and manage legal and regulatory compliance risks. Participates in effectively communicating the ethics and compliance policies, procedures and practices to all employees and other agents, through publications, training and education programs. May provide analysis, advice, and consultation on employee issues as a vital constituent in business planning and major organization changes. May participate in the implementation and maintenance of the company-wide confidential reporting program ("Helpline") allowing all employees, customers, contractors, and other stakeholders to disclose violations of the corporation's ethical standards, violations of law, or corporate policy. Assures that appropriate and timely responses from the appropriate personnel are provided for inquiries. May coordinate casework distribution within the corporate Ethics and Compliance function for the confidential reporting program and assure that the rules of confidentiality are rigorously observed. Monitors progress of investigations, summarizes, documents and maintains accurate records of issues handled. Coordinates closely with Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources and Legal departments relative to application, interpretation, and enforcement of the Code and the corporation's policies and procedures. Participates as an expert resource in the design and development of employee education and training programs regarding compliance with applicable laws, regulations and code.

Qualification Guidelines:

Master's degree and more than 3 years experience in Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources or Legal functions or Bachelor's degree and more than 6 years experience in Internal Auditing, Finance, Human Resources or Legal functions.