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Location US-MD-Columbia
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To:  - Perform full lifecycle recruitment activities to support recruiting mission. - Plan and coordinate military and civilian hiring boards. - Develop questions that effectively assess candidate qualifications. - Coordinate with leadership to determine hiring requirements and develop recruiting campaign. - Track candidate activity through accessions database. - Assemble and maintain applicant packets. - Develop and deliver briefings, strategies, reports, plans, meeting notes, presentations, etc., to Government Team Leads.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-2541
Location US-MD-Columbia
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Research, initiate, process, staff, and work with customers regarding Joint Travel Regulation compliant civilian employee travel allowances, CONUS and OCONUS PCS orders, travel and transfer entitlements, Funded Environment and Morale Leave orders, educational travel orders, renewal agreement travel orders, non-temporary storage documentation, and other entitlements or discretionary allowances. - Process and expedite claims for civilian employees’ authorized allowances and benefits. - Develop and deliver briefings, reports, plans, meeting notes, presentations, etc. to government team lead as required. - Prepare PCS orders within two duty days after receiving an approved request for orders with supporting documentation. - Research and provide information regarding travel and transfer allowances and entitlements to CPO and or customers. - Process and expedite claims for authorized allowances and benefits within one duty day of receipt. - Perform other related Civilian Personnel duties as requested.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Operations
ID
2022-2540
Location US-
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Maintain compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) Manuals and Intelligence Community Directives (ICD) as well as specific program requirements.  - Processing new hire security applications and periodic reinvestigations on new/current employees as required, to include SCI requests in support of various agencies.  - Using knowledge of the various security disciplines such as Physical Security, Personnel Security, Information System Security and Industrial Security to determine, apply, and monitor appropriate security requirements for assigned programs.   - Support the creation, processing, coordination, and approval of Program Security documents and entering such information into applicable databases.   - Plan, coordinate, and manage security support for classified activities  - Assist in the development, review, coordination, and execution of a wide range of Program Security documentation  - Actively support Program Security Reviews at performer locations and the Self-Inspection Programs, Perform OPSEC analysis and provide other OPSEC support  - Prepare, review and track DD254s; maintain security documentation as required.  - Manage and initiate personnel clearances and processing visit access requests (VARs) in the Defense Information System for Security (DISS) as well as all other applicable access documentation as needed.  - Investigate, document and report security violations.  - Maintain all security documentation and files in accordance with DCSA and other agency requirements.  - Administering, executing, and ensuring adherence to the NISPOM, including company regulations, policy and, regarding the protection of sensitive unclassified/classified information.  - Provide day-to-day security support that includes continuous assessment of procedures to identify shortfalls and provide appropriate recommendations for revising and improving security policies, procedures, and systems.   - Assist in providing contractor and subordinate facility assistance and oversight.   - Brief all levels of personnel on a variety of security related topics.  - Serve as a member of the company Insider Threat Program.   - Maintain and update security policies and procedures as required. 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Security
ID
2022-2539
Location US-MD-Hanover
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - ITI Triage Cases: Individual will review case and determine if the case should be triaged High, Medium, or Low based on assigned criteria.  - ITI Case Assignment: Individual will review cases and assign them to analyst to work and take appropriate action based on level type and level of threat. - ITI Case assessment: Ensure all potential insider threat information provided in the PSI is researched through appropriate databases (such as LexisNexis, CATS, JPAS, DCII, and classified databases such as Palantir and travel databases and making a determination if the Subject of the PSI presents a risk to national security.  - ITI Case closing: Providing case analysis recommendations to adjudicators and VROC via identified communication methods.  - ITI RSI: Submit requests for Reimbursable Suitability Investigations to resolve insider threat concerns or provide counterintelligence Subject Personnel Interview questions.  - ITI Suspicious Contact Reports (SCRs): Write SCRs and maintain required records as warranted based on provided guidelines, ensuring all relevant information is included in the SCR and clearly articulates the potential insider threat indicators identified.  - ITI Due Process Referrals: Submit referrals to the DoD CAF and VROC based on identified thresholds.  - ITI Special Case Referrals: Submit referrals to the internal and external elements based on identified thresholds. Examples include, but not all inclusive to, the Operations Analysis Group and Counterintelligence Special Agents.  - Analysis of various intelligence and personnel security information and necessary assessments of the risk for the identified insider threat indicators represent to national security in the information analyzed. - Review case files and the results of national agency checks to provide advice and support in the investigation of allegations where there are significant indicators of suspected espionage, sabotage, or other intelligence- gathering activities conducted for or on behalf of a foreign entity.  - Assist in evaluating insider threat issues surfaced during Personal Security Investigations (PSIs).  - Conduct queries of databases, networks, or other record systems. Review reports from PSIs and adverse information reports on personnel in cleared industry for potential insider threat issues.  - Produce written analytical assessments for each assigned case and makes recommendations for additional PSI actions. 
Clearance Level
Top Secret
Category
Intelligence
ID
2022-2538
Location US-VA-Springfield
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Maintain a working level understanding of the NGA organization and its corporate business rhythms in order to effectively execute administrative requirements for the office.  This includes reading, understanding and applying applicable IC, DoD and NGA policies, instructions, regulations, and guidance.  - Receptionist duties such as: greeting, receiving, and assisting office visitors, to include escorting to meeting place, upon entrance/exit of the facility, or as required; answering phone calls for the purpose of recording messages, transferring calls, assisting with caller inquiries, coordinating office agendas and activities; etc. - Operate a computer, calculator, copier/scanner, and other common office equipment.  This includes the ability to use standard office equipment and Microsoft Office software applications to the degree expected at each labor category. - Process mail to include retrieval, opening (as required), inspecting, distributing, and picking-up for mailroom delivery. - Read publications, regulations, directive, instructions and guidance and take action or refer those that are important to office leadership, management and/or staff. - Establish and maintain both hardcopy and computer based filing systems, to include performing routine filing of various office data/record files. - Prepare, review and/or edit correspondences such as form letters, reports, tables, spreadsheets, and other printed material. - Copy and scan office documents, files, records, etc. Some tasks may include either actually performing the copy/scanning operation or assisting with the processing through NGA rapid reproduction. - Assist with the preparation of materials needed for conferences, correspondence, appointments, travel, meetings, telephone calls, etc. - Manage office calendars to support planning and coordination of office events, functions, meetings, work requirements and other noteworthy calendar topics. - Perform data entry and maintenance of stored data/records in established databases, spreadsheets and other electronic data/record tracking and repository systems. - Assist with meeting agendas, arranging meet-me numbers and conference room schedules, coordinating meeting material and pantry items, taking meeting notes and producing a pot-meeting report for approval and distribution, tracking meeting action items for disposition, etc. - Support creation of Staff Summary Sheets (SSS) and staffing of documents for review and/or signatures. - Provide responsive administrative support to facilitate completion of all organizational mission requirements with minimal assistance and/or guidance. This will require interpreting and applying policies, guidelines, and procedures.  - Determine best approach and course action to take in both routine and non-routine administrative situations with minimal assistance and/or guidance.  This will require accurately interpreting and adapting guidelines, including unwritten policies, precedents and practices that are not always completely applicable to a changing situation. - Manage office schedules and calendars to administratively support responsive planning, coordination, execution, and completion of business rhythms, corporate requirements, and events (i.e., meetings, conferences, travel, etc.) with minimal assistance and/or guidance. - Keep leadership and staff apprised of high priority issues, requirements, and developments as it relates to office business and administrative activities. - Advise subordinate secretaries on new procedures; requests information needed form the subordinate offices for periodic or special conference, reports, inquiries, etc.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Administrative
ID
2022-2537
Location US-
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: - Perform individual full life cycle technical and non-technical recruiting and functional roles to include sourcing, screening, interviewing, submitting, coordinating / scheduling interviews, and negotiating offers - Provide recruiting support across multiple programs and stakeholders, full lifecycle recruiting to support the Talent Acquisition Team - Must be able to draft, review, and edit job descriptions to evaluate candidate fit and provide feedback - Able to identify, qualify and maintain a strong pipeline of candidates - Use sourcing tools and techniques from online social networking, Boolean searches, referrals and traditional methods to find and attract candidates - Proactively help to create new and innovative strategies to attract the hard to find candidates - Focus on sourcing passive candidates from networking, cold calling and complex internet searches - Screen candidates for basic qualifications, interest, salary availability and more - Be proactive and provide ongoing status of sourcing activities and candidates - Evaluate position criteria, candidate requirements, and sourcing options - Communicate with internal customers (our Operations team) on an on-going basis to identify and review requirements and responsiveness to organizational needs - Interact with hiring managers and Talent Acquisition staff to advocate for employees on internal requisitions - Adhere to all relevant tracking and compliance requirements utilizing our ATS - Demonstrate the ability to establish trust and confidence by maintaining a high level of credibility, integrity, and skilled communications with managers and staffAssist with special projects, reporting, system testing as needed to develop and improve the program.
Clearance Level
None Required
Category
Corporate Services
ID
2022-2536
Location US-VA-Arlington
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Working alongside security specialists to provide engineering and technical insights and functional decompositions of the Army’s most sensitive technologies. - Providing support to Government Program Managers and Senior Engineers to influence proper identification of Critical Program Information (CPI), Critical Components (CC), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), and Controlled Technical Information (CTI). - Providing recommendations to Government Security Officers (SSO) and delivering findings to support the Government in its development of effective Program Protection Plans. - Ensuring Program Protection Plans are satisfactorily implemented at Government as well as defense contractor facilities where CPI resides.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-2532
Location US-MD-Aberdeen
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Working alongside security specialists to provide engineering and technical insights and functional decompositions of the Army’s most sensitive technologies. - Providing support to Government Program Managers and Senior Engineers to influence proper identification of Critical Program Information (CPI), Critical Components (CC), Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), and Controlled Technical Information (CTI). - Providing recommendations to Government Security Officers (SSO) and delivering findings to support the Government in its development of effective Program Protection Plans. - Ensuring Program Protection Plans are satisfactorily implemented at Government as well as defense contractor facilities where CPI resides.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Engineering
ID
2022-2530
Location US-VA-Arlington
In support of the Research and Technology Protection (RTP) and Cyber Intrusion Damage Assessment (CIDA) program, developing an integrated Army response to technology protection issues via counterintelligence, intelligence, foreign disclosure, security policies, and U.S. Government cyber security standards. ABSC is hiring in Arlington, VA, a TS/SCI Cyber Intrusion Intelligence Analyst with a Bachelor’s degree in intelligence studies, and three (3) years as an intelligence analyst OR substitute of experience and alternate degree of an additional four (4) years of experience conducting all-source intelligence analysis and a Bachelor’s degree (any discipline).  If you are ready to join a team of career minded professionals and you’re interested in working at the Brigade level of an organization, apply today!   Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - You'll provide intelligence analysis to support the damage assessment on losses of controlled technical information (CTI) from hostile collection efforts, to include but not limited to cyber incidents involving DIB contractors, illicit technology transfer, and other events. - You'll assist with designing and applying risk management approaches to understand the damage caused by the compromise of information and work with senior staff to recommend courses of action to mitigate risk.
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Intelligence
ID
2022-2529
Location US-MD-Columbia
Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Develop and deliver briefings, reports, plans, meeting notes, presentations, etc. to government team lead as required - Provide technical support specific to IDM development, analysis and customer support - Collaborate with Subject Matter Experts in order to provide or assist with IddM assessments, process management, internal controls and the impact of emerging technology, and changes to Army or DoD policy
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Intelligence
ID
2022-2526
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Position Summary: ABSC is seeking an Information Technology Service Desk Manager with a Secret Clearance to support the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) in Edgewood, MD. JPEO-CBRND manages a dynamic and diverse portfolio of critical warfighting capabilities that require cohesive and innovative total life cycle systems management approaches to rapidly respond to the needs of the force balanced by affordable sustainment strategies. In this role you will support the Joint Enterprise Omnibus Program, Engineering and Technical Support (JE-OPETS) Business & Analytical, Engineering & Technical, and Information Technology (BEI) component as an embedded ITSDM to implement and maintain all IT systems, provide daily customer support, and lead the Service Desk Team to success. If you are ready to join ABSC in enabling the JE-OPETS to provide critical and unique capabilities to the Intelligence Community, apply today!   Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Manage, coordinate and evenly distribute all tasks amongst all the IT Service desk technicians using the enterprise work ticketing system.  - Ensure that all tasks within the enterprise work ticketing that require NEC escalation are opened within Remedy and coordinate support within the Customer Care Line Service Request (LSR) portal. - Coordinate with the NEC and/or Government Lead as required - Creates and manages Service Desk coverage schedule to include technicians at up to four (4) buildings between the hours of 0800-1700. - Provides account management for all Level I and Level II technicians to include but not limited to the following: - NIPRNet & SIPRNet User account access - Escalated NIPRNet privileges account - Skillport Registration - SCIP Registration - Active Directory security group access - Escalated SIPRNet privileges account access - Remedy account setup - Customer Care Portal account access (LSR Ticket System) - JPEO-CBRND SharePoint ticket system access - Network Enterprise Center CIO/IMO SharePoint site access - SIPRNet GVS account access - Purebred account access - Responsible for reviewing, maintaining and following all approved Standard Operating Processes (SOPs) and ensuring the team is compliant. - Leverages and complies with the ITIL framework to provide customer support and inform the Government team with any changes. - Develops training materials and procedures and trains other IT Service desk staff in the proper installation and maintenance of hardware or software. - Provides a weekly consolidated report of all Level I and Level II technicians tickets, tickets status, training, projects, updates to SOPs and tasks to the Government Lead by COB Fridays. - Manages and assists the IT Service Desk Team with all IT assets (hardware and software) actions to include but not limited to the following: - Hardware to include but not limited to the following items: laptops, tablets, desktops, iPads, NIPR & SIPR Mobile devices (iPhones), Comcast equipment, printers, monitors, docking stations, NIPR & SIPR VTC systems, Office T.V.’s, Star Conference Phones, VOSIP/SVOIP Phones, Analog/Digital phones, MiFis and other hardware solutions as designated by the Government Lead. - Image computers in accordance with the Network Enterprise Centers policies. - Set up equipment for employee use, performing or ensuring proper installation of cables, operating systems, and appropriate software - Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications. - Troubleshoot and resolve user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems. - Refer major hardware or software problems or defective products to vendors or technicians for service. - Upgrade existing equipment, performing tasks such as installing updated circuit boards or additional memory - Ensure all hardware and software are prepared, available, and functional to meet the Army and DoD compliance and lifecycle requirements. - Prepare evaluations of software or hardware and recommend improvements or upgrades. - Support team to make sure tickets that are to be escalated are opened within Remedy. Support team to make sure tickets that need to be submitted within the Customer Care (LSR) portal are opened & submitted. - Patch and remedy any computer with an Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) within the given timeline from the Network Enterprise Center; on both NIPR and SIPR. - Update and maintain software & hardware inventories to include any updates from the NEC and/or Army. - Maintain printers to include parts and consumables, for example toner, transfer kits, rollers, and toner collection units, etc. - Prepares evaluations of software or hardware and recommends improvements or upgrades. - Confers with IT Service Desk team, Government Lead, users, and management to establish requirements for new systems or modifications. - Serves as the primary contact for the IT Service Desk team with the following entities: JPEO-CBRND CIO Team, JPEO-CBRND Front Office to include JPM O6-level officers), the Network Enterprise Center (NEC) Leaders/Teams/Divisions/Enhanced Services Team Members, Regional Cyber Center-CONUS (RCC-C) and other IT related Government agencies identified by the Government. - Communicates when time sensitive or time relevant tasks are at risk of failure to the Government Lead and/or JPEO-CBRND CIO Team. - Ensures that the IT Service Desk team adheres to the Government-provided Service Level Agreement (SLA) timelines for responding and resolving work tickets. - Escalates and monitors tickets or issues through the Government Lead and/or through the Network Enterprise Center as required. - Drives Government vehicles to transport Government equipment/assets as required. - Available to provide service and support to the Edgewood area to all employees in the following buildings: E5101, E2800, E4525, and E4526. - Ability to work independently and with team members. - Attends position-relevant meetings as directed by the Government Lead. - The contractor shall schedule, lead, provide slides (PowerPoint) and meeting notes for the following meetings (and any additional meetings deemed necessary by the Government lead): - JPEO-CBRND I.T. Service Desk Morning meetings - JPEO-CBRND CIO/IMO Monthly Meeting - JPEO-CBRND I.T Service Desk Training sessions
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2525
Location US-MD-Edgewood
Position Summary: ABSC is seeking a Mid-Level IT Specialist with a Secret Clearance to support the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) in Edgewood, MD. JPEO-CBRND manages a dynamic and diverse portfolio of critical warfighting capabilities that require cohesive and innovative total life cycle systems management approaches to rapidly respond to the needs of the force balanced by affordable sustainment strategies. In this role you will support the JE-OPETS program as an embedded help desk technician to implement and maintain all IT systems and provide daily customer support. If you are ready to join ABSC in enabling the JE-OPETS to provide critical and unique capabilities to the Intelligence Community, apply today!   Responsibilities Include, But Are Not Limited To: - Individual will serve as a senior technician, being the subject matter expert (SME), for the implementation and maintenance of information technology and customer support, to include: - Network connectivity - Secure (i.e., Secure Internet Protocol Router (SIPR)) connections and laptops - Network or hardware/software challenges - Copiers, printers, telephones, and the mobile phone infrastructure - IT Equipment inventory - Audio/visual, video teleconference, and other telecommunications equipment - Meeting support to include desk side meetings and video teleconferences (VTCs) on both SIPR and Non-secure Internet Protocol Router (NIPR). - Install and perform minor repairs to hardware, software, or peripheral equipment, following design or installation specifications. - Troubleshoot and resolve user inquiries regarding computer software or hardware operation to resolve problems. - Upgrade existing equipment, performing tasks such as installing updated circuit boards or additional memory. - Patch and remedy any computer that has an Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) within the given timeline from the Network Enterprise Center; on both NIPR and SIPR.
Clearance Level
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2522
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate independent proficiency and expertise of SharePoint capabilities to be able to build and maintain technology solutions  - Apply in-depth expertise in SharePoint Designer and InfoPath Designer as well as knowledge of basic web design applications (e.g. Dreamweaver), basic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and familiarization of JavaScript (JS)  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2521
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate independent proficiency and expertise of SharePoint capabilities to be able to build and maintain technology solutions  - Apply in-depth expertise in SharePoint Designer and InfoPath Designer as well as knowledge of basic web design applications (e.g. Dreamweaver), basic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and familiarization of JavaScript (JS)  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Professional Services
ID
2022-2520
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate independent proficiency and expertise of SharePoint capabilities to be able to build and maintain technology solutions  - Apply in-depth expertise in SharePoint Designer and InfoPath Designer as well as knowledge of basic web design applications (e.g. Dreamweaver), basic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and familiarization of JavaScript (JS)  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2519
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate ability to perform technical and administrative assistance to support Human Resources, Leadership and Talent Development, and/or Compensation & Benefits project teams; and work to coordinate and meet deliverable deadlines. Also conduct analysis and research in support of projects - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Professional Services
ID
2022-2518
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate the ability to perform highly complex technically advanced HR operations including HR analytics, data modeling, data visualization, survey development, etc.  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Professional Services
ID
2022-2517
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate the ability to perform highly complex technically advanced HR operations including HR analytics, data modeling, data visualization, survey development, etc. - Responsible for overseeing multiple projects and leading resources.  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required   
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2516
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Demonstrate the ability to perform highly complex technically advanced HR operations including HR analytics, data modeling, data visualization, survey development, etc.   - Responsible for overseeing multiple projects and leading resources  - Experience with working in military service or Joint staff, including supporting senior military personnel and civilians  - Experience with working in a major headquarters staff level  - Possession of excellent organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills  - Possession of excellent verbal and written communication skills  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2515
Location US-National Capitol Region
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Deep experience and demonstrated workforce analytics application one of the following areas: employee mobility, recruiting, hiring, records management, HR business process standardization, talent management, HR operations, and other areas  - Willingness to travel within Washington, DC national Capital Region (NCR) as required 
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI with Poly
Category
Professional Services
ID
2022-2514