CGI Federal is seeking a Security Assistant to support ENRD in DC.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
Functional Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Provide direct assistance and support to the administration of the ENRD Personnel Security Program
• Initiate e-Quip survey questionnaires
• Initiate or perform extensive indices checks, arrest record checks, and the like to obtain pertinent and identifying information for the cases assigned.
• Advise federal security program manager of potentially controversial matters or those matters with far reaching implications.
• Provide first level review and analysis of security background investigations.
• Summarize data and compose necessary correspondence for initiation of investigation, outlining background of individual cases, advising of information obtained from research and analysis and define security concerns. Issue guidance for the initiation of investigation. Forward correspondence to the Government lead for approval before transmission.
• Review and analyze requests for background investigations.
• Prepare a detailed analysis of all information developed, to include potential remedial or precautionary action to meet minimum security standards.
• Assist with briefings and debriefings of individual cases as necessary.
• Upload all official documents into the defined system of record, management, workflow, or tracking systems, files, and /or sub - files.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• High school diploma
• Current Public Trust Moderate Background Investigation or able to obtain a Public Trust Moderate Background Investigation.
• One (1) year of experience in the personnel security investigative or investigative analyst field.
• Experience conducting and interpreting database checks and credit reports.
• Experience performing routine office administrative support functions.
• Demonstrated analytical ability to critically review and analyze various types of incoming material and investigative reports to discern potential security vulnerabilities and to identify viable investigative leads.
• Proficient computer skills to include:
✓ Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
✓ Use of Internet to conduct research and / or open source checks in aid of investigations
• Knowledge of and experience with use of applicable commercial and Federal Government database systems.
• Experience performing database searches for information related to personnel security matters.
• Responsibility for security of program data and materials.
• Process security clearance and BI documentation in preparation for suitability assessment.
• Prepare documentation for security contract files.
• Experience performing multiple administrative tasks dealing with databases queries, filing, processing mail and performing audits.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated knowledge and experience to conduct established Federal Government standards for investigations, BIs, and security investigations relating to suitability and security standards.
Desired Experience Requirements:
Knowledge of the following security – related / investigative guidelines:
• Federal Investigative Standards (FISs)
• Security Executive Agent Directives (SEADs)
• Executive Orders (EOs)
• U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (US CFR)
All candidates must be able to pass a CGI background check and obtain a DOJ MRPT clearance.
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