Personnel Security Clearance Processor (Must be able to obtain DOE Q clearance)
- Job Category: Security, Intelligence & Defense Analysis
- Travel: No
- Clearance: Able to Obtain DOE Q
- Shift: Day Job
- Req ID: SAV05065
SAVA is hiring a Personnel Clearance Processor to support the DOE NNSA contract in Albuquerque, NM.
Document security clearance actions in automated databases.
Obtain information required to continue clearance actions. This is conducted through direct contact by phone or e-mail with applicant/incumbents, officials, contractor customers, and local and national members of the security community.
Take action on a file that might impact an individual’s eligibility, or continued eligibility, for a access authorization.
Process work in the priority order established by management.
Retrieve Specific files directly from vault storage.
Screen information (paperwork, phone calls, etc.) to determine the required actions, and be able to forward information the appropriate employee/location for action.
Keep management apprised of workload status.
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Candidate must be able to pass and obtain a DOE Q Level clearance (US citizenship required).
Possess sufficient data entry skills.
Typing and word processing skills are required.
Effective reading comprehension and detail recognition skills are required.
Good communication skills are necessary for obtaining information required to continue clearance actions.
Attention to detail is required as even minor errors may significantly impact clearance-processing actions.
Must be able to recognize designated priorities.
Must be able to understand and work with the office-specific filing system.
While limited decision-making skills are required, processor must be able to exercise sound judgment within the scope of activities they are required to conduct.
Must be able to annotate files in a professional manner.
Must be able to screen and identify the appropriate information for forwarding.
Must be capable of working multiple types of clearance actions without losing track of designated priorities.
- Active DOE Q Level clearance is highly desired.