at TriWest Healthcare Alliance in Phoenix, Arizona, United States
**Requires Active U.S. Secret Security Clearance**
**Veterans, Reservists, Guardsmen, and military family members are encouraged to apply**
Under the direction of the Chief Information Security Officer is responsible to organize, direct, coordinate and oversee all aspects of personnel security credentialing for TriWest. The Facilities Security Officer (FSO) is primarily responsible for providing technical and policy support to the Personnel Security Investigation and for overseeing the granting of access to Department of Defense (DoD) and TriWest systems.
Education & Experience
Bachelor's degree (BS/BA) in Business Management or related field or equivalent experience. Active U.S. Top Secret Security Clearance with SCI Eligibility (U.S. Citizenship Required). A U.S. Security Clearance that has been active in the past 24 months is considered Active. Experience initiating, reviewing, completing, and monitoring security questionnaires in e-QIP. Experience capturing and submitting e-fingerprints via Secured Web Fingerprint Transmission (SWFT) and FD258 fingerprint cards. Experience utilizing Defense Information Security System (DISS). Supervisory experience in a corporate environment. Project management training or equivalent experience.
Coordinate personnel security credentialing activities with Human Capital, Information Security, Information Services and other internal departments. Include development and ongoing monitoring of tools to provide to applicants that will ensure rapid and smooth data entry and processing upon hire. Coordinates activation and deactivation of access of internal and external uses to TriWest, business partner and Department of Defense (DoD) systems. Act as primary point of contract and administrator of applicable Governments systems such as eQIP, RAPIDS and DISS. Partners with internal departments to ensure that TriWest personnel complete appropriate background and security checks in accordance with the relevant system manual. Initiate and process Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) packages, including communicating with applicants about errors and omissions; entering corrections to noted errors and omissions; and retaining sensitive records in accordance with DoD record management policies; and preparing daily document shipments to the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Assist with document control and program asset management and accountability. Perform other duties as assigned. Regular and reliable attendance is required.
Coaching / Training / Mentoring: Actively foster actions required for desired business outcomes through ongoing constructive feedback.
Communication / People Skills: Ability to influence or persuade others under positive or negative circumstances; Adapt to different styles; Listen critically; Collaborate.
Computer Literacy: Ability to function in a multi-system Microsoft environment using Word, Outlook, TriWest Intranet, the Internet, and department software applications.
Creativity / Innovation: Ability to develop unique and novel solutions to problems; View change as necessary.
Independent Thinking / Self-Initiative: Critical thinkers with ability to focus on things which matter most to achieving outcomes; Commitment to task to produce outcomes without direction and to find necessary resources.
High Intensity Environment: Ability...
Equal Opportunity Employer - minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity