Under the direction of the Director and Corporate FSO for Industrial Security Compliance, this manager position has global responsibility to implementing and managing statutory and regulatory compliance with Government and Industrial Security regulations and standards across multiple business organizations within the United States and Canada. Maintains external relations and liaises with Government regulators and agencies, National Defense and Intelligence Community, Industrial Security Associations and Defense Contractor companies. Assists Director with advising Senior Management and employees on security and compliance matters pertaining to U.S. and Foreign Government security programs and Industrial Security regulations concerning the administration of classified Government contracts, and the safeguarding of Classified and Controlled Unclassified Information or Technology, non-Controlled Government Contract-related Information, and Export Controlled Technical Data. Incumbent will support indirect reports within the Global Industrial Security Compliance organization.
Location: Huntsville, AL office
Benefits: Eligible for benefits on first day of employment
Vacation: Eligible for 3 weeks of paid vacation per calendar year
1. Provide accurate and timely notification to Government regulatory agencies, when statutory reporting requirements exist; and collaborate with regulators and negotiate appropriate changes to FOCI Mitigation controls.
2. Prepare all necessary company filing and submissions to fulfill statutory and regulatory requirements, and maintain files and records using SharePoint.
3. Prepare, deploy and maintain organization-wide Industrial Security governance framework, including policies, guidelines, technical standards, charts, and form templates.
4. Conduct research and analysis on changes to U.S. and Foreign Government laws and regulations around Sensitive Government Information, FOCI Mitigation and Industrial Security Compliance requirements. Prepare summary and conclusive reports for executive leadership and senior management.
5. Prepare, review, analyze and advise on a broad range of commercial, national and global account sales and service agreements, construction agreements, non-disclosure agreements, Contract security specifications, and related documentation.
6. Administer U.S. Government security clearance and background investigations, cleared personnel files, JPAS records, security indoctrinations, security briefings and debriefings, foreign travel briefings, and visitor authorization requests.
7. Prepare executive reports to identify and address compliance issues, measure and monitor customer satisfaction and service quality, and track continuous improvement initiatives across multiple business organizations.
8. Perform audit and compliance assessments, including onsite facility inspections, building security controls, FOCI and FSO security controls, vulnerability assessments, file and record reviews, risk assessments, security surveys, OPSEC assessments, Contract Security reviews, audit Information Assurance and Service Provider controls.
9. Perform a targeted search and evaluate random samplings of electronic communication activities between U.S.-based employees and Foreign-based employees to identify discussions or information sharing that may be a violation of the company's Special Security Agreement and report these matters to the Corporate FSO for investigation.
10. Investigate security incidents, suspicious contact reports and violations involving Government programs and Industrial Security Compliance regulations.
11. Provide guidance on forensic investigations, litigation and eDiscovery matters involving Sensitive Government Information.
12. Manage medium-size projects and/or phases of larger projects; overall management, status reports, and stability of the project work effort. Assemble project plans and teamwork assignments.
13. Develop a security education and awareness programs, conduct security briefings, foreign travel threat briefings, counterintelligence briefings, and coordinate external Government speakers on these subjects.
14. Maintain external relations and liaison with Government regulators, Industrial Security Associations, and the Intelligence and Defense community.
15. Attend Shareholder and Board meetings, and prepare Board meeting minutes and agendas.
16. Other duties as assigned.
17. The ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret security clearance required. (This involves a background/character, criminal history, employment, and credit check.)
Division: JCFS (Johnson Controls Federal Systems)
1. Bachelor's Degree with 5 years relevant work experience; or 7+ years relevant work experience.
2. Understanding of Foreign Ownership Control and Influence ("FOCI") mitigation programs, including Government Security Committees, Special Security Agreements, Electronic Communication Plans, Technology Control Plans, National Interest Determinations and related Governance frameworks.
3. Understanding of Industrial Security regulations and standards, including familiarity with NISPOM, NISPOMSUP, UL Standard 2050, AAE, DHS, DCID, JAFAN, ICD 700-series, and DOE M.
4. Good analytical and problem-solving skills with ability to make time-sensitive, sound decisions with minimum supervision.
5. The ability to obtain and maintain a DoD Top Secret security clearance required. (This involves a background/character, criminal history, employment, and credit check.)
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