The Cleared American Guard Lead will is responsible for managing a team of Cleared American Guards (CAG) and Local National Guards (LNG) performing access control functions at all vehicle and pedestrian entrances to the site on a 24/7 basis throughout the construction or project period. The CAG Lead will perform and ensure the CAGs and LNGs perform the following:
• Performing access control functions at all pedestrian and vehicle project points of entry/exit.
• Performing inspections of all individuals and/or vehicles seeking access to the site to ensure that no prohibited items are introduced into or onto the construction site and to ensure that no unauthorized individuals enter the site.
• Support the documentation of incidents reported from his/her assigned team, as required.
• Monitor CCTV and IDS systems for anomalies and alarms and adjudicating alarms when they occur.
• Knowledge of access control objectives
• Knowledge of crowd control
• Experience in dealing with anomalies
• Experience/knowledge in detecting deceit and distraction attempts and techniques
• Experience in training/mentoring entry level personnel
• Experience in the supervision of large teams of personnel
• High level of interpersonal skills (e.g., be able to face and resolve conflict, manage a range of personalities, etc.)
• Experience working independently in a detail oriented environment
• United States Citizenship
• Minimum high school diploma or equivalent.
• Secret Clearance (clearance upgrades are possible for qualified candidates)
• Possess minimum 10 years’ experience in at least one of the following areas of expertise: Law Enforcement, Technical Surveillance Countermeasures, Industrial or Government security, or hands on supervisory CAG experience.
• Completed (SE-620) Cleared American Guard Course sponsored by DoS.
• Shall have a minimum 3 years’ experience performing as Lead CAG for projects outside the U.S. and its territories.
• Must be able and willing to work outdoors in inclement conditions.
• Must have the ability to stand/walk for extended periods of time.
• College Degree (Bachelor’s/Associates)
• Counterintelligence or Intelligence Analysis
• Experience in managing subordinates
• Experience in dealing with the public
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