Clearance: Top Secret (TS) with SCI

Location: Fort Meade, Maryland (INSCOM)


  • Assist with the planning, formulation, and coordination of all AT and PS policies, training, assessments for the Command's AT and PS Programs ensuring consistency with regulatory requirements from higher authorities.

  • Assist with communicating information about the Command's Antiterrorism and Physical Security policies in AT related committees, panels, and external forums.

  • Assist Subordinate Commands (SCs) and Contracting Centers (CCs) with the development of AT Programs to include training, planning, and resource programming. 

  • Assist in conducting AT and PS Program Assessments and ensure the AT survey and assessment process is fully integrated into the Command's Organization Inspection Program (OIP).

  • Compile, edit, and publish completed post-survey and assessment reports for dissemination.

  • Ensure AT Program Assessments are coordinated with the AT PM and posted the Core Vulnerabilities Assessment Management Program (CVAMP) community.

  • Provide assistance in the dissemination analysis of Protection, Law Enforcement, and Threat Information.

  • Review the development and management of the AT budget, to include submission of AT related Commander's Critical Information Requirement (CCIR) requirements.

  • Support the Command's Crisis Action Team (CAT).

  • Assist in the review and analysis of installation of PS plans and survey reports for compliance with existing policies and procedures to ensure that material is not comprised, sabotaged, or subject to theft or willful interference. 

  • Assist in researching and reviewing supporting AT and PS Operation Plans (OPLANs), Operation Orders (OPORDs), and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

  • Provide assistance to the Risk Management regarding new and major renovation projects, for construction projects, predesign, pre-construction, and renovation meetings. 


  • Must possess a Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS|SCI) Clearance.

  • Must have minimum education of a bachelor's degree.

  • Must have 3-5 years of experience at the Department of the Army or equivalent level working antiterrorism assessment and doctrine functions.

  • Must have one (1) to three (3) years of experience as a Security Specialist on contracts or task orders with like requirements and size.

  • Must have one (1) to three years of experience at the Department of the Army or equivalent level working strategic planning, antiterrorism assessments, and doctrine functions.

  • Networking and liaison with senior staff members with the DoD and other Federal Agencies.

  • Must have one (1) to three (3) years of experience in researching, writing, and staffing documents and preparing and delivering presentation in support of the planning process. 

  • Must have excellent oral, written, and presentation communication skills to brief Senior Military Leadership.

  • Must be qualified on Windows-based automation programs including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Share Point, Forms Flow, and Microsoft Outlook.