Argonne National Laboratory Classified Cyber Security Programs Manager/ISSM in Lemont, Illinois
Classified Cyber Security Programs Manager/ISSM
Requisition Number: 410191 Location: Lemont, IL
Functional Area: Information Technology Division: BIS-Business and Information Services
Employment Category: Regular Shift: 8:30 - 5:00
Level (Grade): PTL1 Share: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Argonne National Laboratory is looking for an experienced Classified Cyber Security Programs Manager/ISSM. This role will plan, direct and manage the following laboratory security programs: Classified Matter Protection and Control, Information Security, Classification, Operations Security (OPSEC) and National Security Systems (NSS). Candidate will be responsible for ensuring that all Laboratory and subcontractor personnel adhere to all applicable requirements related to classified and various categories of controlled unclassified information.
In this position, you will:
- Serve as the Laboratory CMPC authority, OPSEC Manager, Information Systems Security Manager and Inquiry Official for all site incidents of security concern related to information security.
- Administer the security and classification aspects of classified programs which enables the Laboratory to work on DOE and non-DOE government classified contracts.
- Develops, revises and gains DOE approval for the Comprehensive Local Threat Statement (CLTS) via integration with other federal agencies.
- Critical thinking, decision-making skills and judgment to determine the level of Laboratory management involvement in Information Security, CMPC, OPSEC, Classification Programs.
Development of new procedures/practices designed to stay in compliance with existing requirements, achieve compliance with rapidly changing and new requirements as well as to demonstrate "best in class" approach and results in an environment where failure is unacceptable and leads to potentially significant public safety, legal, financial and public relations issues for the Lab as well as individuals.
Understanding and application of ANL Policies, Procedures and internal practices and DOE Orders and government-wide requirements related to Information Security, OPSEC, Classification, Classified Matter Protection and Control, National Security Systems, S&S Program Planning and Management, Official Use Only and other applicable security-related topical areas, highly preferred.
- Ability to effectively interact with a diverse group of technical, professional and management personnel.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including database, spreadsheet and word processing applications.
- Knowledge and demonstrated skills required in the coordination and development of both new and existing personnel and programs in a fast-paced and ever-changing national-security environment.
- Skill in coordination, investigation, and reporting of site-wide incidents of security concern.
- Ability to plan and implement appropriate and cost-effective classified computing and classification programs that will have minimal adverse effects on programmatic functions while meeting/exceeding requirements of applicable DOE Orders, Executive Orders and Federal Statutes as well as other governmental requirements.
- Ability to lead, develop, and motivate employees/workgroups inside and outside the department to execute security-related policies and programs.
- Must have an active "Q" clearance.
- This level of knowledge and experience is typically achieved through formal education at the level of a Bachelor`s Degree in Business Administration or equivalent and 5-8 years of progressively more responsible experience in national security/national laboratory related fields or equivalent. A Master`s Degree in an appropriate field is preferred.
- Ability to model Argonne’s Core Values: Impact, Safety, Respect, Integrity, and Teamwork.
- Ability to model the Business & Information Services' (BIS) foundational competencies of Communication, Perseverance, Prioritization, Subject Matter Expertise, and Teamwork.
PTL1: Bachelor's degree + 10 years of experience, or equivalent.
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