International Programs Security Analyst in Dahlgren, VA at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 8/18/2018

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Job Number: R0033126

International Programs Security Analyst

Key Role:
Serve as a foreign disclosure analyst tasked with analyzing, reviewing, and recommending approval or denial of all client-initiated requests to disclose classified and controlled unclassified materials, briefings, and other client-originated information. Analyze and edit documents, including Delegation of Disclosure Authority Letters (DDLs), International Agreements (IAs), and Technology Assessments (TAs) or Control Plans (CPs). Provide analysis and recommendations for requests for exceptions to National Disclosure Policy (ENDPs) and staff ENDP requests for the client, when needed. Review and provide recommended action for one-time, recurring, and extended foreign national visits to client and contractor facilities using the Foreign Visits System (FVS). Coordinate and provide client positions on requests for export licenses, including International Trafficking in Arms Regulations (ITAR) exemptions, munitions licenses (MLs), and Commodity Jurisdictions (CJs). Analyze the development and implementation of a client-wide training program and the updating of existing client policies and procedures for release of classified and controlled unclassified client weapons systems, technologies, and information to foreign governments and international organizations. Create and submit approval packages for all tasks assigned and conduct other duties, as assigned.

Basic Qualifications:
-7+ years of experience with security
-Experience with the application of DoD foreign disclosure policies and regulations, including National Disclosure Policy (NDP-1) and ITARs
-Knowledge of DoD foreign disclosure and export control policies and procedures, including conducting foreign disclosure analysis for disclosure or release of information to foreign recipients
-Ability to support detailed research, analysis, and production of security and treaty products
-Ability to undertake occasional CONUS and OCONUS travel
-Secret clearance
-BA or BS degree
-DoD, Army, or Navy Foreign Disclosure Officer (FDO) Certification

Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with supporting Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programs
-Experience with the application of DDLs pertaining to disclosure decisions
-Experience with supporting international Navy or client programs
-Experience with the client BMD
-Experience with managing SharePoint-based portals
-Experience with working in a geographically-dispersed team
-Knowledge of formal client staffing and coordination processes
-Top Secret clearance
-BA or BS degree in International Relations, Foreign Policy, or a related field

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

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