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AFC Personnel Security (PERSEC) Specialist

Austin, TX
Duty Position Title: Personnel Security (PERSEC) Specialist  
Work Location: AFC HQ in Austin, TX     
Clearance Type: SECRET  
Travel: N/A  
Scope: Responsible for the primary execution of the PERSEC system of record, Defense Information Security System (DISS). Assist with implementing, executing and managing security and force protection tasks and programs including PERSEC system of record and Defense Information Security System (DISS), badging, physical security, anti-terrorism (AT) and emergency management planning, OPSEC, and the Continuity of Operations (COOP) Plan and Emergency Preparedness Program (EPP).  
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:  
  • Provide in-person PERSEC customer service to HQ Austin to include Badge issuance, credentialing, and maintenance, in and out processing, incoming and outgoing visit certification, and clearance verifications.
  • As the first Security professional to be seen at the AFC HQ, represents the initial face of security to the Command and requires excellent customer service skills.
  • Support HQ AFC’s visitor program by issuing and retrieving visitor badges, escorting personnel, and answering questions.
  • Assists with badging, physical security, anti-terrorism, emergency management planning, and OPSEC.
  • Supports the PERSEC Program Manager and maintains knowledge of security regulations, local SOPs, AFC command structure, and changes to the PERSEC tools necessary for the execution of the position, including DISS.
  • Management of training requirements and platforms such as Army Training Requirements and Resources Systems (ATRRS), Digital Management Training System (DTMS), and Total Employee Development (TED).
 
Required qualifications:  
  • AA/AS from an accredited college or technical school.
  • Minimum of 3 years direct, relevant PERSEC experience.
 
Desired Qualifications:  
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the Defense Information Security System (DISS).
  • Knowledge of the Personnel Security Investigation Portal (PSIP).
  • Knowledge of electronic access control systems using badges or tokens.
  • Ability to communicate verbally clearly with at least a cursory understanding of either military or civilian protocol when supporting senior or VIP personnel.
 

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