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HSPD-12 Badging Clerk - PT

Job Title
HSPD-12 Badging Clerk - PT
Job ID
27015272
Location
Washington,  DC 20003
Other Location
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office (ICE)
Description

Position Summary
The Employee shall provide security support services for the specified ICE security offices.  Employees will assist in the maintenance of electronic databases, files, and records containing biographical information to include personally identifiable information (PII), photographs and signatures.

Employees will facilitate and coordinate the PIV process, and the lifecycle of the PIV card, to include supporting access control for facilities nationwide. Employees will also facilitate and coordinate the production of badge and credentials. Badge and credential lifecycle management, and accountability of highly controlled items through various reporting mechanisms shall be required. Assist in compliance with the Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12) policy for a common identification standard for Federal employees and contractors.

Position Duties

Provides customer service in a high tempo operations environment supporting the issuance of government credentials including but not limited to Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards and providing other services related to physical security.

Possess basic knowledge of Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) compliant Physical Access Control Systems (PACS).

Travel will be required to issue PIV cards to ICE personnel at ICE facilities nationwide.

Provide fingerprinting services using various government forms and systems such as Cross Match.

Process and issue Passport and Visa Photographs for ICE employees.

Provide employee verification through the Enterprise Identity Management System (EIMS), the Integrated Security Management System (ISMS), & PACS.

Issue facility access to nationwide facilities using ICE's Physical Security Access Control System (PACS).

Provide issuance of credentials in accordance with FIPS publications and other DHS directives related to the HSPD-12 program.

Provide weekly status updates through various reports highlighting physical security accomplishments, including but not limited to expired, lost, stolen, defective and upgraded credentials for ICE personnel nationwide.

Create personnel file in PACS and maintain security credentials for over 35,000 ICE employees and contractors.

Provide updated departure notifications; documenting and disabling all facility access in PACS and revoking certificates embedded on DHS PIV cards via EIMS.

Coordinate with ICE PSU (Personnel Security Unit) in reference to security clearance verification for ICE employees and contractors via ISMS.


Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent is required;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills;
  • Strong organizational skills; and
  • Strong working knowledge with a minimum of two years of experience in the area of security, law enforcement, asset management and/or the production and control of government issued identification is desired.
  • Previous experience (within the last 2 years) working with ICE/DHS is highly desired.


Security Clearance


Following a Conditional Offer of Employment (COE), selectee must undergo a background investigation for a Public Trust security clearance. Additionally, selectee will need to undergo an Azimuth background check.

 

Required Materials

  1. Resume
  2. Cover Letter

Azimuth Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation or protected veteran status.

Required Skills
Candidate must have worked with ICE in the last 2 years as part of the background requirements.


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