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Security Coordinator (1.1.5)

Company Name:
Lockheed Martin
Job Description
This position is located in Kabul, Afghanistan and is responsible to the Senior Program Manager to: Review, update, and/or draft personal/physical operations and information security protocols and procedures and emergency action/response plans and evacuation plans. Ensure that employee accountability, security training and briefings, awareness communications, incident reports, deployment updates/approvals are properly maintained on behalf of the NSRWA CLS-Afghanistan program and all assigned, in accordance with customer guidance and Lockheed Martin policy. Implement security initiatives which safeguard employees in austere environments, while addressing a variety of security risks/concerns. Review and assess security and life support requirements relative to operating environment; as required, assist in vetting private security companies (PSC), security contractors, and life support providers for potential future use. Assess life support and security services in-place at worksite/residence. As authorized, leverage existing, as well as foster new relationships with military, private security companies and industry partners. As required, produce a variety of clear and concise reports, which detail preventive and corrective action based upon experience, reliable open source tools, firsthand observations and US Government (USG)/PSC vetted information. Coordinate base access badges for all LM and sub-contractor personnel. Act as planning focal point for all accountability requirements following an incident or as directed. Act as program liaison to Business Area International Security manager. May also act as a security liaison with various security partners/organizations (e.g. DOS BDS, Overseas Advisory Council, local OSI, etc.), and as such, must be able to professionally present to leadership and executive level audiences, if necessary.
Basic Qualifications
Secret security clearance is required Experience implementing security measures and understanding USG practices/protocols Experience leading diverse teams, while managing relationships with both internal and external customer Subject matter expertise in executing personal/physical security missions in challenging and dynamic environments (particularly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and/or Iraq) Experience equivalent to junior grade officer or enlisted NCO ranks, with commensurate commercial exposure and/or a contract oriented delivery, while working with a PSC/Defense Contractor Security, operations and maintenance experience Should be knowledgeable and conversant in military flight operations, safety, standardization, and supervision instructions, student management, and maintenance Equivalent experience/education combinations are permitted for this position which is six (6) years of related experience and a BS degree in a related discipline or 15 years of experience
Desired skills
Experience working internationally Practical experience in war theatre operations Previous experience working with Department of Defense customers and programs Military deployment experience Deployment experience to the CENTCOM region Work experience in austere environments such as Afghanistan Experience in military combat arms, security, or intelligence field Private security company experience Experience presenting briefings, etc. to leadership and executive level audiences Security, operations and maintenance experience preferably in an FMS environment Should be knowledgeable of Flight Operations Plan (FOP) and Ground Operating Procedures (GOP) guides Understanding and accepting local languages, customs and traditions (to be able to work with local customs, transport systems and language interpretation) Ability to work in a team environment
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Job Location(s): Fort Campbell Kentucky

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