CACI is seeking a full-time Security Administrator-Full Performance to join our dynamic team in providing a wide range of support to our government customer. Our contracts offer a diverse selection of labor categories, job types, and locations within the Washington metropolitan area with competitive benefits, salaries and internal growth opportunities (e.g., career advancement opportunities, professional training, and tuition reimbursement.) For additional information regarding CACI's outstanding benefits and career developing tools, please visit www.CACI.com.
What You’ll Get to Do:
Submit accurate statistics on a monthly and ad-hoc basis to the customer.
Coach and mentor developmental level contractor security administrators new to the office.
Conduct thorough file reviews and follow guidance on archive and destruction policies.
Respond and process all clearance certifications for clearance status as well as previous clearance processing results.
Conduct analysis of available information and provides comprehensive summary of findings to leadership.
Address National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) guidelines governing the archive and destruction of files.
Protect all customer information and data acquired during the preparation of case files from unauthorized release and apply critical thinking when handling and reviewing requests.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
High School diploma or GED, or equivalent experience in a related field.
A college degree in a related area of study will be considered equivalent to six months of general experience.
Must demonstrate a high level of personal integrity and the ability to discreetly handle sensitive, Personal and classified case information.
Must have excellent writing skills, with the ability to comprehend complex and multi-source data into succinct and supportable final reports.
Must possess strong organizational skills and good judgment. In addition, must be able to operate various Corporate and customer specific automated systems for case tracking, and status reporting.
Must have a thorough understanding of the federal rules and regulations that encompass and support the clearance process
Must be able to provide a diverse range of administrative support functions such as (but not limited to) maintaining records, updating records and data entry, redacting information, protecting personal identifiable information, conducting file maintenance and tracking security and polygraph files, and any assigned ad hoc administrative duties as required.
Must be able to respond in a timely manner to inquiries from the customer on the status of pending cases or any other information pertaining to security support tasks, and assist in the preparation of briefings, memoranda, and other correspondence; ensure customer records are accurate and maintained in electronic system.
Capable of submitting/conducting searches and queries using corporate and customer specific databases to address omissions; and support future research initiatives by supporting the ongoing maintenance of customer electronic security file processes.
Possess senior level knowledge of security related administrative processes and procedures in support of a diverse range of security functional areas including several or all of the following: polygraph, adjudication, investigation, physical/technical security, and security analysis
Must be capable of responding to and processing all clearance certification to OGA inquiries for clearance status, as well as previous clearance processing results.
Must also be able to perform prescreen duties to include detecting omissions and errors in information submitted for processing and follow up with customer to obtain missing information, as well as protecting all customer information and data acquired during the preparation process from unauthorized release and employs the “need to know” principle.
Must be able to provide with the monthly and ad-hoc statistics of completion activities, author standard operating procedures (SOP) for key processes and/or office activities at the monthly PMR.
Respond and process all clearance certification to OGA inquiries for clearance status as well as previous clearances processing results.
Must be knowledgeable of, and be able to, address National Archive and Records Administration (NARA) guidelines and Agency Regulations governing the archive and destruction of personnel security files.
What We Can Offer You:
We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.
Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.
We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.
We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.
For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.