Information Security Specialist II

Number of Positions: 1

Location : Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

Security Clearance Required:

Top Secret (TS) Clearance with a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) within the last 5 years | Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access eligible 

Job Overview

The Information Security Specialist will assist in the preparation, maintenance, submission, and implementation of the Information Security Policies and Procedures. The Specialists will be responsible for maintaining and updating the Security Roster. All new Security Managers will be oriented to security manager-related responsibilities. Specialists will conduct quarterly Information Security Surveys, Periodic After-hour Security Surveys, Classification and Declassification Reviews. Specialists will provide support and assistance with Security Classification Guidance, Courier Cards and Letters, Security Incidents, Foreign Visit, and Information Security Oversight Office Reports.

Job Responsibilities

  • Assist in the preparation and maintenance of and submit a JTF-GTMO Information Security Policy and a JTF-GTMO J2 Information Security Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) that implements DI, DoD, and USSOUTHCOM Information Security Policies 

  • Provide Newcomer Security Operation Training to incoming personnel and enforce security standards and practices 

  • Manage and implement the JTF-GTMO Information Security Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and the JTF-GTMO Command Assistant Security Manager (CASM) Program

  • Provide and conduct formal training presentation consisting of lecture, demonstration, and on-the-job training for technical tasks such as operating and closing facilities, changing lock combinations, and assessing serviceability security equipment 

  • Orient security manager for all the JTF-GTMO security manager related responsiblties 

  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing with a diverse group of individuals, using a high degree of tact and diplomacy

  • Orient new security managers on all security-related responsibilities and document training for records 

  • Manage and update the Master Security Manager Roster

  • Conduct routine inspections of assigned spaces using USSOUTHCOM Inspector General Program Checklist 

  • Conduct quarterly surveys and inspections of JTF-GTMO facilities in coordination with Directorate CASMs and Security Representatives to ensure classified materials are properly marked, handled and safeguarded

  • Assist in the preparation and updates of memorandums, plans, and other documentation in support of security classification and declassification guidance

  • Gather information on all possible security incidents and submit completed reports to the Command Security Manager (CSM) for review and determination 

  • Prepare and submit the SF-311, Agency Security Classification Management Program Data, quarterly and provide to the Command Security Manager for submission to SOUTHCOM

  • Conduct surveys and inspections of JTF-GTMO facilities in coordination with Directorate CASMs and Security Representatives to ensure classified materials are properly marked, handled, and safeguarded

  • Develop and update the master training plan and schedule that identifies all security training requirement as required by BNI, DoD, SOUTHCOM, and JTF-GTMO Security Policies

  • Ensure all assigned JTF-GTMO personnel complete assigned training within established timeframes

  • Report completion rates by JTF-GTMO organizations and the names and organizations of personnel who are overdue on completing their training in writing to the JTF-GTMO CSM

  • Conduct After- Hour Security Surveys of JTF-GTMO facilities to ensure classified materials are properly safeguarded

  • Prepare security awareness materials (e.g., posters, flyers, hand-outs, emails) as requested by the JTF- GTMO CSM

  • Inspect hand-carried items entering or existing JTF facilities to prevent and deter any unauthorized and prohibited material from being introduced or removed from facilities controlled or occupied by the JTF

  • Assist in the preparation and updates of memorandums, plans, and other documentation in support of security classification and declassification guidance

  • Create, issue, and instruct users on the use of courier and maintain a courier database to ensure courier information and prepare Courier Authorization Letter 

  • Gather information on all possible security incidents and submit complete report for review and determination

  • Prepare and submit Agency Security Classification Management Program Data and provide for submission to SOUTHCOM

  • Establish and implement procedures to perform the destruction of classified and unclassified material by preparing and submitting a JTF- GTMO Destruction and Disposal of Classified and Unclassified Materials Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)

  • Identify where gaps exist, develop plans, and recommend information security improvements as they relate to the achievement of business goals and objectitves 

  • Respond to internal and external security assessments, and ensure appropriate documentation is complete and oversee follow up on items that require remediation and ensure a timely and appropriate response 

  • Develop presentations, briefs, and relevant Security Classification Guides

  • Develop products for the Security Education and Awareness Training Program

  • Maintain quality service by following organization standards 

Job requirements 

  • Must possess a current Top Secret (TS) clearance based upon a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) completed within the past five (5) years, and shall also be determined eligible for access to Special Compartmented Information (SCI) by the Central Adjudication Facility (CAF) or other designated adjudication authority prior to arrival onsite 

  • Must have a minimum of an Associate's Degree 

  • Must have one-two (1-2) years of specialized experience in an Information Security Program or Position 

  • Must have experience with Government contract project scheduling, tracking, risk analysis, project performance evaluation, and process improvement 

  • Must have working knowledge of DoD Manual 5200.01 Volume 1-4 and other applicable regulations and policies governing Information Security 

  • Must have working knowledge of the Security Incident process and response

  • Must have experience establishing processes and assigning appropriate resources to effectively fulfill contract performance requirements 

  • Must have knowledge of Security Educations Training and Awareness (SETA) Program

  • Must possess excellent customer service via telephone and face-to-face conversation, excellent written and oral command of English

  • Must have experience using Classification Guides and conducting Classification Reviews

  • Must have able to assess information security risk factors, determine protective measures, and enforce information security risk factors, determine protective measures, and enforce information security policies resulting in the minimization of national defense information getting into the hands of unauthorized personnel

  • Must possess knowledge of governing laws, regulations, precedents, and directives governing DoD Information, Personnel, and Physical Security Programs

  • Must have the ability to communicate clearly orally and in writing

  • Must possess knowledge of Microsoft Office and associated software

  • Must have the ability and willingness to : sit, bend, reach, stoop, squat, stand, and walk

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