Classification:Risk Management, Level 2
Duration:2 years plus three 1 year options to extend
Level of Effort:240 days/year
Location:National Capital Region (Onsite)
– MUST havecompleted formal education in a security related field from a recognized and accredited institution.
– MUST have a minimum of 24 months of experience in the last 60 months, in the application and interpretation of security publications, orders, policies, regulations, and procedures within the Federal Government of Canada.
– MUST have a minimum of 12 months of experience in the last 36 months, as a physical security subject matter expert, providing advice and assistance on major capital infrastructure project(s)*.
– *A major capital infrastructure project is defined as an infrastructure project that is valued at $5 million and above.
– MUST have a minimum of 24 months of experience within the last 60 months, drafting and reviewing each of the following documents in a Microsoft Office suite format (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint, etc.):
o Threat Risk Assessments;
o Security Design Briefs; and,
o Security Requirements Check Lists.
– MUST have a minimum of 24 months years of experience within the last 60 months, in the Federal Government of Canada working on classified computer network systems such as but not limited to the following:
o Consolidated Secret Network Infrastructure (CSNI); or
o Joint Staff Information Systems (JSIS)
– Provide security advice to project management teams in the development, design and implementation phases of programs in accordance with federal and departmental security policies and regulations;
– Ensure the proper safeguarding of classified and protected information and assets during DND and CF project management and capital procurement processes;
– Conduct briefings and, when requested, act as liaison with DND and other Government of Canada senior staff, addressing issues relating to the release or disclosure of information;
– Maintain awareness of all instructions and directives relating to federal and departmental security policies;
– Provide administrative advice to TA, CANSOFCOM Provost Marshall and CANSOFCOM units on project security matters related to the CAF National Security Policy;
– Coordinate CANSOFCOM security related topics that fall under the CAF National Security Policy;
– Advise on security matters and recommend appropriate security action on CANSOFCOM infrastructure and equipment programs;
– Provide advice on security matters as they apply to the safeguarding of sensitive information and the storage of classified information;
– Monitor and provide guidance and advice to the CANSOFCOM project teams and units on issues related to the CAF National Security policy;
– Prepare correspondence on security matters such as Threat Risk Assessments (TRAs) and security surveys;
– Review or draft SDBs and SRCLs in support of CANSOFCOM project teams;
– Maintain a security database on security related issues on all CANSOFCOM units;
– Advise on security clearance requirements for contracted services;
– Ensure adherence to NDSODs on all projects and CANSOFCOM policies;
– Act as the directorate local subject matter expert for processing access to information requests;
– Carry any other duties related to security as may be directed by the CANSOFCOM Project Team; and,
– Participate in all project security meetings.
If you meet all the above requirements, please send your resume today to Dominique Holst at:
*Please note, only qualified candidates will be contacted and the position could be filled prior to closing date. Thank you.*
|Application Deadline||May 31, 2017|
|Experience Required||5+ years|
|Job Duration||2 years|
|Education Required||College Diploma|