Research and Engineering Development, LLC (“RED Inc.”) provides top level Research, Engineering, and Development services for military weapons systems and warfighter solutions. With a focus on the human element, the operator-in-the-loop, we specialize in supporting NAVAIR and the Department of Defense in Human Systems Integration, Human Factors and Irregular Warfare solutions.
RED Inc. is seeking a Facilities / Security Coordinator POC to provide support to the Human Systems Department, Naval Air System Command (NAVAIR) located in Patuxent River, Maryland.The candidate will provide Facilities / Security support for department projects and exercises which will include planning, communications and training. The role entails, but is not limited to, the following:
Facilities Coordination via: Working with NAVAIR 4.6 management to update 4.6 seat plans / charts, process and complete Phone Request and Voice Mail Requests (Integrated Move Management (IMM) and HEAT) approvals. The candidate will be adept at updating the Acquisition Program Management (APM) / Infrastructure Business Operations Navy NAVAIR NAWC Support (IBONS) with personnel changes and moves. They will use IBONS to submit furniture requests. The candidate will assist in selecting, and collecting self-help furniture from the warehouse, for delivery, and submitting Space Board Requests in IBONS for 4.6 Space change requests. He or she will serve as the liaison between the Base Telephone Office (BTO), 4.0 Facilities, Occupational Health (Industrial Hygiene), and the Mission Safety (Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Cranes) teams.
The successful candidate will: work with 4.0 Facilities personnel on 4.6 facility repairs, modifications, and new construction; update 4.6 occupancy metrics using Access and Excel; update 4.6 muster lists using Access; prepare facilities, security, and NMCI presentations for the weekly staff meetings; Submit phone and jack repairs to the NAVAIR National Helpdesk via phone requests; Coordinate the logistics of furniture and personnel moves; Review and update the 4.6 Laboratory Safety Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), and the 4.6 Emergency Action Plan annually. The candidate will conduct impromptu Lab Safety Inspections, and draft initial Government Accountability Project (GAP) analysis estimates for management review and approval. The Enterprise Safety Applications Management System (ESAMS) will be used to update personnel accounts and requirements; run training reports, update Deficiency Reports as well as answer and close out safety deficiencies.
The candidate will provide support to the 4.6 Human Systems branch via: Designing and managing the 4.6 SharePoint Site; Managing the 4.6 Share Drive as the Folder Manager, Providing the Microsoft Office program support and technical assistance; Providing Hewlett Packard (HP) Total Records and Information Management (TRIM) and Access training and support, and assisting with the repair of equipment (i.e. copiers, printers etc...). They will also provide support for high profile meetings (i.e. 4.6 All Hands, Multi-Command Video Tele-Conferences (VTCs)).
Security Coordination will be conductedvia: Providing assistance to new employees during completion of their System Authorization Access Requests for the Navy (SAAR-Ns); Submitting signed SAAR-Ns to the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) National Helpdesk for approval; Reviewing and updating the 4.6 Security SOP annually; Creating security training presentations; Providing security training to new hires and annually for all employees; Conducting end of day checks of the 4.6 safes; Completing SF 701s and SF702s; Changing the safe combinations as required; Completing the SF700s post safe combination changes; Attending Security Coordinator meetings; Disseminating security updates and notices as required; responding to personnel security inquiries; assisting with security inspections; Conducting random security inspections; Assisting with Active Shooter Table top exercises; Updating the Security OneNote book and requesting quotes from Johnson Controls Federal Systems for access control equipment installations and changes.
The successful candidate will conduct Laboratory Access Control for 4.6 via: Submitting personnel into the access control database; Running door audits when required; Running reports of personnel who have lab access; formatting the reports, and disseminating them to lab managers for verification and/or updates.
The position requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience. A degree in a related security field is preferred, however in lieu of a degree, current related experience may be considered. The successful candidate must have a current security clearance, excellent communication skills, be detail oriented and possess strong analytical skills, be a self-starter and willing to work as a team member. Position requires knowledge of, and experience working with and/or in a military environment. U.S. Citizenship and the ability to maintain a security clearance are required.
RED-INC offers excellent pay and benefits and is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Vet.
Please submit resumes via our website at http://www.red-inc.us/careers/job-opportunities/
|Employment Sector||Private Company|
|Type of Position||Full-Time Permanent|
|Education Required||Not Specified|
|Years of Experience Required||5|
|Start Date||Monday, October 1, 2018|
- St. Mary's County
- Patuxent River
Member Since: May 8, 2015
Lexington Park, Maryland
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