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POST DATE 9/12/2016
END DATE 10/18/2016

DiversityWorking Nationwide

Company
DiversityWorking
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
7284210
Location
Nationwide
Job Type
Regular
AJE Ref #
576152431

JOB DESCRIPTION

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* DBIDS Support
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* Requisition ID:
16011885
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United States\-x\-International\-International Posting
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* US Citizenship Required for this Position:
Yes
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* Relocation Assistance:
No relocation assistance available
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* Manages the Defense Biometrics Identification System; performs a variety of duties directly related to the development and/or management of the Installation Access Control Program supporting the mission of the major command\. Programs extend from the HQ staff level over several echelons to field units, and present very considerable complexities due to their structuring and extensive relationships \(functional and financial\)\.\-\- Analyzes a variety of complex and extensive policies, plans, regulations, and other higher\-level guidance, to determine overall impacts on specific program areas and functions of the Installation Access Control Program\. Develop guidance, objectives, policies, plans, and procedures regarding the management of the Installation Access Control Program\. Review superior, lateral, and subordinate command decisions on and/or interpretation of supplied guidance to assess their impact on the Installation Access Control Program\. Performs reviews and analysis to ensure that resources supplied to subordinate commands are used in the most efficient and cost\-effective manner\. Reviews and analyzes a variety of other types of documents to ensure consistency between and among these and the organization's functions\. Supply justification, prioritization, and cost guidance for Installation Access Control Program resources funding\. Reconciles Installation Access Control Program; questions areas that are unclear or appear contrary to command guidance\. Serve as USAFCENT/FP subject matter expert on the Installation Access Control Program\.\-\- Establishes and maintains liaison with subordinate commands, lateral, and superior staffs to coordinate actions affecting the Installation Access Control Program\. Assists in the interpretation of input/changes to processes associated with the Installation Access Control Program\. Participate in the formulation, coordination, and publication of a variety of reports\. Develops and presents information to high level management officials of the staff and other authorities for use in making decisions on areas pertaining to the Installation Access Control Program\. Shall have thorough understanding of USAFCENT IACS programs, goals, and objectives, and of the interrelationships of individual programs to other programs and functions\. Ability to research, identify, analyze, and recommend solution to problems\. Skilled in formal and informal briefings, negotiations, and training to senior staff members, USAFCENT commanders and end\-users of the regulation and IACS\. Prepare information papers for dissemination throughout the USAFCENT Theater of operations, as needed\. Coordinate with various agencies throughout USAFCENT to facilitate progress on any policy issues and system concerns\. Coordinates technical issues related to IACS to satisfy all end users' requirements\. These issues include a working knowledge of the design, installation, and maintenance of hardware, software, and local area networks\. Documents functional requirements and identifies resources required for the IACS\. Assist data specialists, editors, and programmers from DMDC in an effort to accomplish design and implementation of the IACS\. Posses thorough knowledge of automated information systems including office automation, desktop publishing, project management, and Website development software to accomplish the design, installation, and configuration management of these systems\. Represents USAFCENT/FP at various meetings related to IACS\. Incumbent is the subject matter expert for access control within the theater and is responsible for planning and carrying out all work within this area\. This position requires a Secret Security clearance\.Basic Qualifications:
Have worked with Security Forces Management Information SystemHave experience with briefing senior leadership on crimes and incidents involving base personnelHave experience with analyzing and evaluating reportsHave experience with staffing packets for barment actionHave experience with maintaining a file plan?Have six years experience in Air Force Security Forces\.Preferred Qualifications:
Have active security clearanceHave active US PassportNorthrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce\. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action\-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class\. For our complete EEO/AA statement, please visit www\.northropgrumman\.com/EEO \. U\.S\. Citizenship is required for most positions\.
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