Chief Security Officer04/2006 to CurrentFederal Bureau of InvestigationNew Orleans, United States, LA
Desired locations: United States - TX - Houston Metro Area, United States - VA Hours per week: 90 Pay Plan: GS Manage projects, organize, provide oversight and guidance to the Chief Executive of the organization and his primary staff on the security program, which includes all security disciplines (Personnel Security, Information Security, Physical Security, Force Protection, communications Security-COMSEC) for the Headquarters office and all subordinate FBI offices of the FBI in New Orleans, in the state of Louisiana.
Primary duties as the Chief Security Officer/Supervisory Security Specialist include: Interpreting policy and directives from DOJ/FBIHQ and other governmental agencies where the FBI has established security agreements.
Providing guidance and establishing local policy for all security disciplines, with focus on the impact such new security policies will have on existing operations within the organization, to include policy changes affecting all remote offices within the New Orleans Division of the FBI.
Other duties performed as Supervisory Security Officer include: Supervision of the armed contract security force assigned to the New Orleans Headquarters Field Office for installation security.
Constantly coordinates installation security issues between the Federal Protective Service, the contract Security Company and FBI SWAT for increased security support when required.
Provide security directives and post orders to contract security personnel, while working closely with the site supervisor for the contract security service and contract security company to ensure that security personnel have the proper security clearance to perform their duties on the site.
Supervise, direct, and mentor personnel assigned to the organization's Personnel Security program.
Perform duties as the initial adjudicator for access to classified information, controlled areas and information systems.
Provide direction and requirements for the initiation and preliminary background investigations of personnel and review of security files being managed by two Personnel Security Specialists, which are under the direct supervision of the CSO.
Perform oversight of the proper administration and management of over 500 security clearances for contractors and personnel assigned to other agencies, to include local law enforcement personnel.
As supervisor I provide guidance, direction and performance appraisals, to include the authorizing of pay and other administrative functions (training, leave, awards, sick-leave).
Additional duties include conducting physical security inspections of FBI facilities within the state of Louisiana for security compliance with established policies and/or directives.
Coordinated with architects, building managers and general contractors before, during and after the construction of FBI facilities to insure FBI security requirements are met and final construction meets security construction guidelines for accreditation by FBIHQ.
In addition, appointed as the Continuity Operations Coordinator for the New Orleans Division of the FBI.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Washington, DC United States.
07/2005 to 04/2006
Hours per week: 80.
Pay Plan: GS.
Physical Security Inspector (This is a federal job Performed duties as a physical security inspector of FBI facilities for accreditation approval.
Certified inspection of constructed facilities to insure that construction meets requirements upon completion per policy guidelines of the DCID and DOJ/FBI regulations.
Identified security construction vulnerabilities and provided guidance/analysis to Chief Security Officer's and their Executive leadership.
Supported Hurricane Katrina for the FBI as initial security team lead to provide analysis on the impact of the hurricane on New Orleans Division assets.
Security Program Analyst03/2005 to 07/2005CACISpringfield, VA
Salary: 60,000.00 USD Per Year Hours per week: 80 Reviewed data from various databases to analyze trends and make written recommendations regarding industrial security program resource and asset utilization.
Administered the personnel clearance survey for industry to include obtaining approval of the survey form, data collection, and input of survey data and data analysis.
Analyzed personnel clearance data to project industrial clearance and funding requirements for future years.
Managed the inventory of information systems accredited by DSS to process classified information.
In addition, imputing data, developing queries, and analyzing data for industrial security trends.
Applied data analysis, trend analysis, and problem solving techniques to meet established objectives.
Manipulated data within databases and Microsoft software packages, including visually depicting performance data by utilizing Microsoft products.
Tracked performance data in relation to internal and external performance metrics.
Assisted in the development of new performance metrics and process improvement, in addition to assisting with other surveys and studies deemed necessary.
Department of the Army Fort Polk, LA United States.
Security Auditor09/2002 to 03/2005
Hours per week: 90 Security Supervisory role for training of junior security personnel with the purpose of ensuring business processes are in concert with overall training objectives for the organization.
Performed supervisory oversight to insure subordinate personnel performed the following duties: Effective security management through the issuance of policies, procedures and directives.
Collection of security data to support business processes.
Establishing security office functionality through supervision of junior personnel and issuance of inter-office procedures Initiate security office collaboration within the office and with other functions within the organization Incorporating security office reporting procedures to support corporate office processes Auditing information systems to ensure integrity and effectiveness of security measures, includes the testing of policies, procedures, laws, regulations and internal controls, as well as internal interviews of system users for risk analysis.
Reporting audit results and improving security measures as necessary.
Department of the Army Camp Doha, Kuwait.
Facility Security Officer04/2001 to 09/2002
Hours per week: 80 Supervisory Security role for all subordinate security officers located on the installation of Camp Doha, Kuwait.
Responsible for the physical security of buildings used for unclassified and classified operations.
Coordinator with the law enforcement for the installation and directed contract security force for the protection of buildings on the installation.
Supervised access control procedures for the facility, and performed audits to insure access control measures to include visitor and employees were current.
Performed physical security measures to include conducting observation of secured areas to identify physical security gaps.
Monitored perimeter camera positions and guard post locations and proximity of adjacent activities that may impact the integrity of the facility.
Primary Information Systems Security Officer, primarily responsible for performing security audits for an organization with over 10,000 information systems operating on three networks.
Established an Information Assurance/System Inspection and Accreditation Program in coordination with the CIO for the installation, resulting in an immediate decrease in the number of unauthorized software installs thorough the installation.
I produced and implemented policy on access of foreign nationals to DOD information systems in coordination with guidance from regional command.
Performed security management coordinating with joint and national level agencies in areas of personnel security, computer security and information security.
Conducted Information Assurance briefings to new processing individuals and annual Information Assurance training classes, on a monthly basis with number of personnel attending reaching upwards of 800 personnel per month.
Provided regulatory and technical security guidance to the commander and his staff on a daily basis.
Established and became the primary manager of Army PKI accounts in the AOR for the command.
While working as Information Assurance Officer for the installation, I was also assigned duties as the primary manager of a National Agency Special Access Program (SAP).
Department of the Army Fort Polk, LA United States.
Security Auditor04/1997 to 04/2001
Hours per week: 90 Security Supervisory role as the trainer of senior and junior level computer security and security management personnel in Information Assurance and computer security.
As Security Auditor my responsibilities included, but were not limited to: Auditing information systems to ensure integrity and effectiveness of security measures includes the testing of policies, procedures, laws, regulations and internal controls, as well as internal interviews of system users for risk analysis.
Reporting audit results and improving security measures on a routine basis or as required.
In addition I performed duties as System/Network administrator with responsibility for: System administration of agency information systems to include the accreditation and compliance with agency and parent agency regulations and security policies.
Administration of information systems used for training Developing security program guidance with emphasis on information systems security.
Received a commendable on the FY 2000 Information Assurance inspection.
Security Officer03/1996 to 04/1997Department of the Army U.S. Army
Hours per week: 90 Performed security management for a highly classified intelligence facility located in a foreign country.
In addition to performing duties as the Security Officer, also performed duties as Information Assurance Officer for the same facility with emphasis on the accreditation and compliance of new systems.
Responsible for directing of contractor support personnel in the administration of facility servers, routers, satellite communication equipment and encryption devices.
Responsible for ensuring that information systems are accredited and hardened per agency guidelines and regulations.
Responsible for Information System Security (ISSO) within the facility with a portion of my duties being that intelligence information systems were protected from subversion or malicious attack.
As the ISSO I was responsible for the security and management of information systems located with facility to include network equipment (routers, switches, hub, and encryption).
Supervised 5 personnel daily with the oversight of classified information systems.
Directed contract security force in the protection of the facility and access of authorized/cleared personnel or visitors.
Security ManagerBrian Whitsitt United States Army
Kenneth Baker (*).
Intelligence AnalystUnited State Army
SCI Security OfficerUnited States Air Force
318) 4563112 Brian Doto (*) Federal Bureau of Investigation - Security Division Unit Chief - Physical Security Unit 202-2209228 firstname.lastname@example.org Mark Gant (*) Federal Bureau of Investigation - Security Division Section Chief - Initial Clearance Unit 202-3241060 email@example.com Name Employer Title Phone Email Leslie Jones (*).
Physical Security SpecialistFederal Bureau of Investigations
Chief Security OfficerFederal Bureau of Investigation
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Bachelor's Degree03/2005American Military UniversityCharles Town, WV, United States
Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications: Security Management Information Security
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