Leidos is seeking highly qualified candidates to support a government client. Candidates must possess a TS/SCI clearance to be considered. Join our team of national-level analysts and technical experts supporting decision-makers and policy development for the mission to lead and support the counterintelligence and security activities of the US Government, the US Intelligence Community, and US private sector entities.The Physical and Technical Security Analyst will:Use intelligence tools and databases to support security analyses of proposed diplomatic facilitiesEnsure security of US persons, facilities, and information in diplomatic facilities, CONUS and OCONUSResearch both open and classified databases and provide counterintelligence reportingPerform analysis on terrorist threats to diplomatic facilitiesProvide support in functional areas such as technical, physical, and information security, to include reviewing standards and policy to ensure appropriate protections for national security information, based on current technologies, capabilities, and conditions; formulating, evaluating, and developing policy to ensure the protection of national security information. Conduct research and develop standards and practices addressing physical, technical, and information security issues.Provide industrial security expertise on specific construction projects of U.S. diplomatic facilities as well as experience in design and installation of electronic security systems access control intrusion detection, outdoor surveillance detection system, and CCTV systems.Attend/support policy forums relating to physical, technical, and information security.Assist government partners in developing policies and standards relating to the security of field facilities.Provide briefings, advice, and guidance to management on issues relating to the security of field facilities.Clarify assumptions, limitations, interfaces, responsibilities, and specific requirements of the program elements.
Bachelor's degree. Additional experience may count in lieu of degree 12 years of relevant technical experience.10 years of intelligence analysis experience5 years of experience working with or in the USIC (may be concurrent with the requisite 12 years of work experience)Experience providing construction security supportFamiliarity with Department of State diplomatic operationsKnowledge of IC tools and databases Knowledge and experience with applicable standards, regulations, and policies related to physical security Expertise in specific AOR Strong written and oral communication skillsExcellent interpersonal, organizational, and problem-solving skills, including a demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and in a team or collaborative environment Ability to travel OCONUS and CONUS