Personnel Security Specialist
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POST DATE 8/13/2016
END DATE 11/28/2016
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STG International is currently seeking a full-time Personnel Security Specialist position at the Administrative Office of the US Courts in Washington, DC.
Duties include, but not limited to the following:
* Performs personnel security program development, administration, operations, and/or analytical duties to determine employment suitability of employees, contractors, and applicants.
* Develops and maintains plans, outlining steps and timetables for developing projects, programs, and deliverables.
* Performs and provides advice for complex tasks and projects.
* Creates and/or reviews work products for completeness, quality, and adherence to agency requirements.
* Develop, document, and implement procedures major aspects of the personnel security program, such as position designation and sensitivity levels, issues and adjudication guidance, initial investigation or reinvestigation requirements.
* Assist with fingerprints.
* Complete investigation forms, records, adjudication process, etc.
* Work with others to advise, gather or provide information, and make recommendations.
Review investigation forms and results and prepare recommendations for adjudication and/or recommending course of action for negative suitability results
* Must possess written and verbal communications skills to function professionally in a high-level executive environment.
* Bachelors degree in human resources, criminology, financial management or other related study is preferred.
* Eight (8) years of experience is required for this position. Five (5) years of experience must be specialized experience.
* Professional or supervisory level experience in administrating a federal personnel security programs to include complying with federal law, regulations, procedures, practices, or policies related to personnel security, suitability, and background investigations.
* Working with investigation forms, investigation organizations, and individuals being investigated.
* Reviewing and adjudicating investigation results and making recommendations regarding suitability of individuals for federal employment.
* Working with managers, employees, and human resources specialist to resolve a wide variety of suitability issues.
Washington, District of Columbia, United States