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Advantage SCI, LLC, is a professional services firm providing corporate, national, and homeland security services and solutions to government and commercial customers through consulting, staffing, and training. Since 2000, Advantage SCI has been assisting customers in Securing Tomorrow Today!® through critical support services and customer-focused innovative solutions delivered by high caliber employees, both nationwide and overseas. Our corporate VISION, at its foundation, is to be the premier provider of intelligence, security, and critical operations’ support to the US government, corporations, and academia. Our MISSION is to deliver solutions that exceed expectations through partnership with our customers and employees worldwide. Our guiding principles demonstrate commitment to a set of CORE VALUES of the company beginning with our greatest asset–our employees who are our STRENGTH; continue with our INTEGRITY to deliver our goals and objectives with an honest, straightforward, and ethical approach; TEAMWORK; COMMUNICATION; and conclude with ACCOUNTABILITY to a committed, common purpose of high performance standards to ultimately achieve our VISION. For questions about employment or forwarding your resume or application only if you are unable to use the Taleo link below, email careers@advantagesci.com. Click on the Taleo link for more details and application.

Employee Testimonial: “With my previous company, it would take two weeks and sometimes up to a month to settle a travel claim. That is money out of my pocket. I just got my travel claim approved three (3) days ago, and received a call from HQs that it would be deposited in my bank tomorrow. Thanks.”

Security Specialist II – Sacramento Area
IMMEDIATE POSITION AVAILABLE for US citizen w/Active Top Secret Clearance who has completed security specialist training in a DoD-recognized training program. Ability to implement DMEA’s security program in accordance with DoD 5200.1-R & local Security policies, instructions, procedures. • Ensure DMEA personnel are able to control and protect classified information and materials and controlled areas through security-in-depth, IDS, other protective measures. Verify security clearances using JPAS & other means for individuals in accordance with DoD and DMEA Policies, accuracy of JPAS information for all DMEA employees; implement visitor control procedures to include security booth/armed guard instructions for the handling of visitors and provide visitor escort for uncleared individuals. Maintain access control databases for all DMEA personnel, contractors & visitors in accordance with DoD and DMEA regulations and procedures; assure all necessary preparations are in place for DMEA personnel to conduct classified meetings. Conduct end-of-day checks. Prepare/submit visit requests for DMEA employees traveling to DoD or cleared contractor facilities, using JPAS; Receive/process requests for facility access by cleared personnel, uncleared personnel & foreign nationals. Operate the Garrett PD6500i metal detector & the Control Screening L.P. Auto Clear X-Ray Machine to screen personnel/visitors. Perform scans of mail/other deliveries for explosives in accordance with DMEA policy. Link to Taleo for specific additional requirements and tasks for this position.
Information Technology Specialist – Dayton, OH
IMMEDIATE AVAILABILITY for IT Specialist w/Active Top Secret/SCI clearance. Must be US citizen, with minimum 5 yrs. IT experience in an SCI environment, working with classified network Certification and Accreditation. Must possess valid, within last 30 days, certification of completion in PII & Cyber Awareness Challenge from Information Assurance Support Environment. To obtain the certification, visit http://iase.disa.mil/eta/. Technical expert across multiple project assignments, including design, development, analysis, testing or modification of computer systems/programs as needed by user or system design specifications; work w/government personnel to design/configure hardware, software, operating systems, other platform specifications & develop/maintain an organizational configuration management plan. Work with government personnel to ensure technical support is available to prevent system outages, minimal downtime, denial of or degraded service, provide skilled technical assistance to personnel in the configuration, operation, management of secure video teleconferencing equipment. Install, configure, maintain LAN hardware/software, troubleshoot hardware/software performance issues on stand-alone systems, classified/unclassified networks. Conduct inventory of secure communications equipment, computer hardware/software & adherence to all licensing requirements. Assist w/maintenance of COMSEC account & conduct inspections & inventory of material for COMSEC account.. Identify, report & resolve information security system violations. Link to Taleo for further specifics and requirements for this position
CAT II Linguist – 20 Overseas Positions
IMMEDIATE POSITIONS AVAILABLE-Applicants required to possess active Secret security clearance, a valid US passport, or been screened by government designated personnel of the 5 eyes partner nations (US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand). MUST undergo and pass a background investigation, oral & written skills language examination, medical examination, & counterintelligence screening as conditions of employment. Provide operational contract linguist support to US Army operations in various locations worldwide; general linguistic support for military operations; interpret during interviews, meetings, conferences; interpret/translate written & spoken communications. Transcribe verbal communications, perform document exploitation; scan, research, analyze foreign language documents for key information. Translate & review foreign language documents. Identify/extract info components meeting military requirement list criteria; provide input to reports. Requirements include 12-hour shifts & more than 60-hour work weeks to assure 24/7 continuous operations support. Worldwide deployment as missions dictate. MUST have excellent command of Arabic Levantine or Arabic Gulf Dialect & Kurdish, as well as strong verbal & written American English skills (grammar, vocabulary, idioms, and spelling). Applicants shall have native proficiency in the SCRL (ILR level 4 to 5) & working proficiency in English (ILR level 2+).
Program Manager – D.C. Metro Area
START DATE 1/15/15. Active TS/SCI w/ CI Poly. Must be US citizen. Ten+ yrs. experience as PM and in CI, DoD, DHS, and operations. Strong communication and proven management skills; interaction w/ clients on daily basis via email, phone, in person, so some local travel required. Manage personnel on team and effectively communicate with leadership. Hiring, guidance, counseling, training, and disciplinary actions when advised. Link to Taleo for all other specifics of this position.
Watch Officer – D.C. Metro Area
ONGOING POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Several positions available for US citizens with Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance with previous Watch Command/Intelligence Center experience; familiarity with issues concerning US Government interagency coordination & integration; & Radiological/Nuclear experience (preferred). Maintaining Awareness of the Global Nuclear Detection Architecture (GNDA). Facilitating stakeholder alarm adjudication assistance. Notifying of incidents through the chain of command. Assisting with information sharing within GNDA. Ability to multi-task, respond to quick turn-around requests & multi-discipline intelligence experience. BA or BS, plus two (2) years relevant experience (an AA/AS, plus two (2) years experience or four (4) years experience may be substituted for the Bachelor’s Degree). Link to Taleo link above for more detailed requirements.
TSCM Specialist – D.C. Metro area
ONGOING POSITIONS Available: Experienced (at least 1-3 years) TSCM Specialist with ACTIVE Top Secret/ SCI clearance and US citizen. Responsibilities to include: detecting presence of technical surveillance devices and hazards; identifying technical security weaknesses; and conducting vulnerability assessments. Assist with full scope and limited TSCM Investigations; provide Technical Threat Briefings/ prepare products, analytics and reports for TSCM Personnel; maintain Metrics of TSCM activities and compose detailed reports in English for HQ; conduct any or all of these duties atop of buildings, aerial platforms, or slanted rooftops, in variety of temperature and humidity extreme situations including dirt, dust, mold, algae, contaminated water, insects, arthropods, fish, mammals, and other natural and man-made hazards while wearing appropriate safety equipment, while atop a ladder to heights not to exceed 30'. Graduate of nationally recognized CI school/ TSCM School (USG certified). Must have valid passport and willing to travel overseas. Link to Taleo above for more detailed requirements.
Entry Control Officer/Access Control Security Specialist – Ft. Meade, MD
ONGOING AVAILABLE POSITIONS, FULL-TIME, PART-TIME, ON-CALL. Individuals will provide 24/7, shift work, direct support to a government customer for Access Control Security. Must have a current Secret clearance. Must possess two (2) years demonstrated security and security administrative experience. Use Taleo link above to view full description of positions.
Entry Control Officer/Escort/Access Control Security Specialist – Albuquerque, NM
ONGOING AVAILABLE POSITIONS for candidates with an Active Secret Clearance can be considered for employment to directly support a government customer on entry control/access control security to include verification of personnel entering at customer’s facilities, ensuring that prohibited items are not brought into spaces, and escort duty for un-cleared personnel for extended periods of time (up to 8+ hours per day). Link to Taleo above for complete description of position.
Administration Positions – D.C. Metro Area
Ongoing positions in the administrative field are available in the Washington, D.C., area for different levels of Secretary, General Clerk, and Desktop Publisher. Many jobs are task order-driven and may require an accelerated hiring process,so resumes and applications are reviewed as received, however may not be to fill a specific position upon receipt. Qualified candidates will be contacted and advised when a position becomes available.
Digital Forensics Analyst – D.C. Metro Area
POSITION CONTINGENT ON AWARD OF CONTRACT. A Digital Forensic Analyst well-versed in high technology investigations in the form of digital evidence seizure, computer forensic analysis, data recovery by developing forensically sound evidence, industry-accepted forensics tools, such as EnCase and FTK. Be source of reference for junior analysts and leading forensic investigations in the field; make recommendations for judicial proceedings and presentation of reports from investigations in courtroom; prepare comprehensive reports. Must be US Citizen, with ACTIVE Secret clearance and ability to obtain Top Secret with SCI clearance. Certifications in CFCE, EnCE, ACE, and CDFE; Bachelor’s in related computer field and five (5) to seven (7) years of related experience, or equivalent combination. Experience working in federal government. Minimum of one (1) year Supervisory experience. Some travel may be required.
Computer Forensic Technicians – D.C. Metro Area
SEVERAL POSITIONS CONTINGENT ON AWARD OF CONTRACT. Computer Forensic Technicians (I, II, III, IV) to provide support services by maintaining/overseeing computer network server/infrastructure, workstations, forensic tool hardware/software, applying criminal rules of evidence preservation and custodianship, performing analyst support (hardware, forensic software, operating system and other), performing general administrative functions, working computer forensics knowledge to thoroughly examine computers, digital media for relevant evidence artifacts, in support of customer's criminal investigations. Must be a US citizen with Secret level clearance, and ability to obtain Top Secret with SCI clearance. Certifications in forensic, computer, network, or evidence/property management and two (2) to eight (8) years of experience depending on the level of technician. Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in Computer Science or equivalent combinations.
Forensics Computer Analyst – D.C. Metro Area
POSITION CONTINGENT ON AWARD OF CONTRACT. Provide digital forensics support to investigations of digital evidence seizure, digital forensics analysis, and data recovery by assisting in forensic examination of digital and media from many sources to develop forensically sound evidence and applying industry-accepted principals and practices, using EnCase and FTK, in retrieving, recovering, preserving digital evidence. Conduct analysis of evidence with computer technologies, encryption schemes, and forensic theories. Collaborate with other analysts, law enforcement officers, legal experts to recommend processes to preserve evidence. Prepare comprehensive reports for judicial proceedings. Must be US citizen with ACTIVE Secret clearance. Forensic, computer, network, or evidence/property management certifications, such as CFCE, EnCE, ACE, and CDFE and experience working in the federal government.
Budget Liaison Officer II – D.C. Metro Area
POSITION CONTINGENT ON AWARD OF CONTRACT, anticipated mid-September start date. Minimum ACTIVE Secret Clearance with the ability to be granted a Top Secret with SCI clearance, if necessary. Budget Liaison Officer to provide support services to customer managing/tracking project budget with responsibilities for justifying expenses. Tracking financial operations in support of procurement, travel, and project funding issues. Supervise Budget Analyst staff. Analyze/interpret financial data. Must be US Citizen. Bachelor's in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration with seven (7) years of specialized experience in the areas of auditing, budgeting or financial management OR equivalent 11 years of specialized experience in the field.