Draper Program Security Manager in Cambridge, Massachusetts
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The Program Security Manager will be the single point of contact for all program security activities within a designated program office or customer business unit, while providing support to strategic initiatives across the Security Department. Initiate and mature security, business development and program management working relationships across Programs and Engineering that will lead to fulfillment of current and future business objectives. Ensure that security is a key element in business decisions made by the program office. Integrate security in the strategic objective in concert with establishing security as an integral part of the Program Management Team from initiation of business capture strategies, the proposal phase, through program execution.
Act as the single point of contact for all program office security activities. Initiate and mature security, business development and program management working relationships for National Industrial Security Program (NISP) activities across Programs and Engineering that will lead to fulfillment of current and future business objectives.
Ensure that security is a key element in all program office business decisions. A thorough understanding of the NISPOM and other industrial security standards is required, as is prior working experience supporting the general physical, information and classification management systems associated with DOD environments.
Integrate security in the strategic objective in concert with establishing security as an integral part of the Program Management Team from initiation of business capture strategies, the proposal phase, through program execution.
Duties include: coordination with the program office’s Program Protection Team, liaison with a diverse customer and supplier base, senior leadership, program management, and business development; interpretation of contractual requirements and interpretation of government and corporate policies to ensure compliance and resolve areas of conflict. Direct studies as well as overseeing the implementation of federal security regulations that apply to classified programs.
Coordinate with government agencies to obtain rulings, interpretations and acceptable deviations for compliance with regulations.
Direct the preparation of manuals outlining regulations, the establishment of procedures for handling, storing a record keeping of program office activities.
Administer program Security Classification Guides (SCG), including development of SCG training for employee awareness
Conduct detailed review of contractual documentation (e.g. Prime/Subcontract DD-254, CDRLs, SCG, etc.) and implement processes, procedures, and plans to ensure compliance
Develop and manage comprehensive, security focused training tools
Organize secure area policies and administration across all program office areas
Strategic thinker; visionary in applying government guidelines
Business development skills combined with broad business, project and contract management experience, including review, preparation, and generation of contract security documentation (e.g. DD-254s, etc.)
Must be well versed in program management to lead Draper in right direction and be able to tailor the security program to support the business needs
Needs to be able to create the security infrastructure for multi-million dollar business
Individual must have Top Secret Clearance
3-5 years of experience with Government sponsor and/or defense contractor.
External Company Name: The Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc