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Salary: $94 473 - 122 811 per year
Published at: Mar 27 2024
Employment Type: Full-time
This position is located with the 136 AW in Fort Worth, TX. The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the Wing Chief of Information Protection at Air National Guard facilities. Accountable for achieving program goals and objectives across multiple functions and disciplines and providing a focused, seamless, and supportive environment for protecting information in order to conduct effective air, space and cyberspace operations.


As an INFORMATION SECURITY SPECIALIST with the Texas National Guard, your duties will include, but will not be limited to: 1. Serves as the Wing Information Protection Program Manager executing/enforcing all operational, functional, and mission assurance aspects of the program. Formulates wing program goals, plans, policy implementation guidelines, procedures, and work plans dealing with the development and operation of wing-wide information security programs and activities and provides technical and administrative direction to subordinate wing information security personnel. Demonstrates expert knowledge of the information security field that is necessary to provide effective guidance, training, and direction to subordinate squadron level organizations/activities/units. Establishes and maintains liaisons with senior personnel at wing. Prepares information security review reports and provides recommendations and advice. Analyzes and evaluates the classification downgrading, declassification, and destruction programs. Advises installation project engineers, project managers, command mission leads, action officers, and effected operational officers of their responsibility to provide proper classified management guidance and specification requirements during performance of respective duties. Oversees, directs, monitors, and conducts regulatory and non-regulatory security surveys and Information Security Program Reviews to monitor and enforce implementation and oversight of DoD Information, Personnel, and Industrial Security Programs. Evaluates compliance of activities with complex security requirements, identifies deficiencies, and ensures corrective action is identified for each deficiency found. Prepares ISPR reports and briefs commanders on requirements and recommendations. Researches, evaluates, prepares, and disseminates replies to policy questions relative to all assigned programs. 2. Makes information protection risk assessments and risk management/mitigation strategies/recommendations based on intelligence-derived threat issues that may require deviations from or synthesis of policies. Uses initiative and resourcefulness in researching and implementing new and improved security methods and procedures. Complexity of duties is amplified as useful precedents often do not exist, technological advancements constantly change parameters for problem solutions, and unknown events significantly change circumstances. Collects, assembles, analyzes, and assesses background, data and other intelligence information. Develops processes, methods and recommendations to defeat intelligence gathering or risk exposure of information and ultimately prevent the compromise, loss, unauthorized access/disclosure, destruction, distortion or non-accessibility of information, regardless of physical form or characteristics, over the life cycle of the information, including actions to regulate access to sensitive information, controlled unclassified information and classified information produced by, entrusted to or under the control of the United States Government. Recommends studies that frequently cross organizational and functional boundaries and have the ability to significantly affect budgets and resources. Analyzes problems, mission vulnerabilities, security impacts to mission assurance, and convergence difficulties involving one or more security disciplines and makes recommendations for solutions. Incumbent must remain cognizant of conditions that could develop into critical security problems. 3. Delivers, Security Awareness and Education Programs to satisfy security education and training requirements for all assigned organizations. Revises or augments training to support unique requirements. Oversees the development of recurring education and training for Top Secret Control Officers (TSCO) and Original Classification Authorities (OCA). The education program involves a combination of security managers performing full time as well as part time security manger duties. Formulates and manages supplemental security education and training courses, meetings, and aids to assure maximum effectiveness of the programs. Presents security material and distributes pertinent security information at semiannual Security Managers and Contractor Facility Security Managers meetings. Provides technical advice, training, and assistance to commanders, directorates, and security managers regarding all aspects of Information Security and the convergent effect on industrial security and personnel security. 4. Directs the overarching focus and direction of the organization. Provides broad directions for work by articulating goals or financial constraints of higher level management or headquarters. Selects candidates for subordinate positions taking into consideration skills and qualifications, mission requirements, and EEO and diversity objectives. Performs other duties as assigned.



In describing your experience in your resume, please be clear and specific. Assumptions regarding your experience will not be made. To qualify at the GS-12 grade level your resume must include relevant experience/education with beginning and ending dates reflecting the following: Specialized Experience: I possess at least 1 year of specialized experience at the next lower grade level (GS-11) in the federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector such as the following: Knowledge of a wide range of security concepts, principles, and practices to review, independently analyze, and resolve difficult and complex security problems; apply policy direction to contractors and government/military officials, and develop guidance for applying security policy, procedures, techniques, equipment, and methods to a variety of work situations and various levels or degrees of security controls. AND Knowledge of a broad range of security program relationships, and proficiency in information, personnel, and industrial security to effectively implement and administer applicable security programs and/or coordinate with other specialized security programs. AND Knowledge of security classification methods, concepts, and eligibility for access to classified or sensitive information to review plans for proposed or new projects, organizations, and/or missions to assure the presence of adequate planning for information security and other controls. AND The ability to plan and carry out reviews of unit and/or contractor security programs, analyze and evaluate reports and conditions to recommend remedial actions.


This job does not have an education qualification requirement.


  • Address TX 136th Airlift Wing 200 Hensley Ave Fort Worth, TX 76127 US
  • Name: Human Resources Office
  • Phone: (000)000-0000
  • Email: [email protected]