Argonne National Laboratory Intelligence Analyst/Information Assurance Representative in Lemont, Illinois
Intelligence Analyst/Information Assurance Representative
Requisition Number: 408197 Location: Lemont, IL
Functional Area: Research and Development Division: SSS-Strategic Security Sciences
Employment Category: Regular Shift: 8:30 - 5:00
Level (Grade): RD2 Share: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Provide technical input and analysis for research programs within the Strategic Security Sciences (SSS) Division while also serving as the Information Assurance Representative (IAR) for the Division. Provide technical and policy expertise to Division programs in areas related to chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) security, nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction or associated technologies, cybersecurity, or intelligence analysis. This includes conducting research, preparing and contributing to technical analyses on technologies and activities of national security concern. May provide project management support and act as Principal Investigator for selected projects including development of proposals; determination of scope of work and method of implementation; coordination of project execution and activities to achieve deliverables and milestones; and management of resources to meet program objectives. Support Division Management in all aspects of security compliance under various security guidelines of DOE and other Federal Agencies, as applicable. Ensure accountability through oversight and guidance on Information Assurance compliance, including controlled unclassified information (CUI) or classified information in accordance with laboratory processes and procedures and Federal security regulations. Serve as a resource on security clearance-related processes and procedures. Manage Division security documentation including facility security plans. Provide backup support to the Energy and Global Security Directorate Information Assurance Representative and assist with laboratory security operations and programs requirements. Coordinate the security of Divisional programmatic work products by leading a group of approximately twenty derivative classifiers.
Technical background in a relevant field (chemistry, biology, nuclear engineering, computer science, engineering, or intelligence analysis) is preferred.
Knowledge of at least one of the following areas of research: nonproliferation, risk analysis, vulnerability analysis, and/or cybersecurity.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
- This position includes frequent interaction with staff to provide clear guidance on both research and security related subjects. The applicant will also be expected to develop and present training material both for security and technical related work.
An active TS or Q Security Clearance.
Experience as a derivative classifier.
- Knowledge of DOE, other federal sponsors, and laboratory security regulations and guidelines (e.g. OUO, EAR, ITAR, 10CFR810, etc.) to support directorate and division compliance.
- Knowledge of physical and operational security facility requirements.
- Knowledge of security clearance authorities and requirements.
- Knowledge of cybersecurity and computer systems operations and functionality.
- Knowledge of software development.
RD2: Bachelor’s and 5+ years, or Master’s and 3+ years, or Doctorate and 0 years.
RD3: Bachelor’s and 8+ years, Master’s and 5+ years, or Doctorate and 4+ years.
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