Must have experience with military organizational structure, tactics and techniques at battalion level and lower; experience training and coaching soldiers and units required; familiar with computer automation equipment and office products. Must be able to write clearly and conduct briefings to units, visitors, and senior officers. Must have a broad knowledge of information and physical security industry practices and systems and tools; demonstrate proficiency with U.S. Army Physical Security Regulations; ability to catalog and organize hundreds of security clearances; familiar with computer automation equipment and office products; familiar with large and small scale military war games, models and simulations
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for most aspects of facility management to include installation; setup; test; alignment; operation; maintenance; and physical security.
Manages the overall utilization of the exercise facilities of the Battle Command Training Center and prepare facilities for exercises, set up furniture, ensure that support equipment is installed in required locations, make minor repairs or coordinate for non-self-help or major type repairs, assist and manage post-exercise recovery of all facilities.
Plans, directs, and reviews the day-to-day and tactical activities of individual contributors responsible for the development and delivery of area and site security programs.
Builds and manages relationships with vendors providing area or site security services; makes recommendations for area or site contracts for service.
Executes and monitors the effectiveness of existing security policies and practices to ensure compliance with established regional and functional direction. Develops site physical security standard operating procedures.
Performs all contractor security briefings and monitors personnel access to all secure areas. Manages security clearance status and manages access to facility.
Writes security annex for all classified training events. Briefs security procedures to all government and military users of site facilities. Produces site training calendars.
Responsible for minor self-help repairs to facilities and grounds maintenance.
Interviews, hires, and supervises the janitorial and grounds maintenance staff.
4 years AND/OR related Bachelor’s Degree
4 years of related experience.
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