The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing security solutions for Boeing Commercial Airplane (BCA), BCA Derivative Airplane Programs (DAP) and other business partner areas, applying Security & Fire Protection (S&FP) policy, support, guidance and training to sustain such Program operations across the enterprise, while maintaining close relationships with Site Services Security partners. Duties include but are not limited to: integrating the design, development, and implementation of BCA Building Security Control Plans (BSCP), compliance assessments, special event support, providing advice and perspective for the development policies, programs, processes and procedures for the purpose of safeguarding people, property, and information while ensuring compliance with applicable U. S. Government and company regulations with special emphasis on export compliance. Resolves conflicting factors related to the development of DAP policies and strategies as they relate to the protection of sensitive government and company information. Consults, investigates, advises, instructs, and applies technical expertise to management and cross-functional organizations, both internally and externally, to ensure that the business partner needs are effectively promoted. Understands and interprets applicable US Government laws and company regulations to assist supported business units in meeting compliance requirements. Desirable skills include analytical report writing, understanding of automated-information security systems, security education and training, economic espionage, investigations, physical security, and special projects. Directly interfaces with the Derivative Airplane Program and other Business Unit senior management, BCA senior management, local, state, and US Government law enforcement and intelligence agencies, employees, customers, partners, and suppliers worldwide. A background in or understanding of Transportation Security Agency (TSA) policies and regulations, counterintelligence, military intelligence and export compliance in both an ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) and EAR (Export Administration Regulations) environment is a plus.
[ + ] Adaptability
Generally understands changes in own and others' work-group tasks and situations as well as the logic or basis for change; generally seeks information about changes affecting own and fellow employees' jobs. Treats changes and new situations as opportunities for learning or growth; focuses on the beneficial aspects of change; speaks positively about the change to work group members, direct supervisor, and occasionally members of others work groups. Quickly modifies behavior to deal effectively with changes in the work environment; readily tries new approaches appropriate for new or changed situations; does not persist with ineffective behaviors.
[ + ] Build Positive Relationships
Generally builds effective working relationships with work group members, direct supervisor, and occasionally members of others work groups. Asks for and provides information of to clarify situations. Seeks and expands on original ideas, enhances others' ideas, and contributes own ideas about the issues at hand. Usually places higher priority on team or departmental goals than on own goals. Seeks agreement from work group members, direct supervisor, and occasionally members of others work groups to support ideas or take partnership-oriented action; explains value of actions. Generally establishes good interpersonal relationships by helping people feel valued, appreciated, and included in discussions.
[ + ] Communication
Generally clarifies purpose and importance; stresses major points; follows a logical sequence. Usually keeps the audience engaged through use of techniques such as analogies, illustrations, humor, an appealing style, body language, and voice inflection. Frames the message in line with audience experience, background, and expectations; uses terms, examples, and analogies that are meaningful to the audience. Generally seeks input from audience; checks understanding; presents message in different ways to enhance understanding. Uses syntax, pace, volume, diction, and mechanics appropriate to the media being used. Accurately interprets messages from others and responds appropriately.
[ + ] Decision Making
Recognizes a variety of issues, problems, or opportunities in own and occasionally in other work groups and determines whether action is needed; identifies the need for and collects information to better understand issues, problems, and opportunities. Generally integrates information from a variety of sources; detects general trends, associations, and cause-effect relationships. Creates relevant options for addressing problems/opportunities and achieving desired outcomes. Generally formulates clear decision criteria; evaluates options by considering implications and consequences; chooses an effective option. Implements decisions or initiates action within a reasonable time. Generally includes work group members, direct supervisor, and occasionally members of others work groups in the decision-making process as warranted to obtain good information, make the most appropriate decisions, and ensure buy-in and understanding of the resulting decisions.
[ + ] Analytical Skills
Basic - Skill and ability to: collect, organize, synthesize, and analyze data; summarize findings; develop conclusions and recommendations from appropriate data sources at the work group level.
Preferred - Skill and ability to: collect, organize, synthesize, and analyze data; summarize findings; develop conclusions and recommendations from appropriate data sources at the department level.
[ + ] Investigative Methods
Basic - General knowledge of investigative techniques (e.g., pathology, witness statements, photography, site layout, observation).
Preferred - Complete knowledge of investigative techniques (e.g., pathology, witness statements, photography, site layout, observation).
[ + ] Media & Multimedia Tools
Basic - General knowledge of primary instructional media types and ability to instruct using the primary media type. General knowledge of computer-based training authoring systems to create training media and of multimedia tools.
Preferred - Complete knowledge of primary instructional media types and ability to instruct using two or more instructional media types. Complete knowledge of computer-based training authoring systems to create training media and of multimedia tools.
[ + ] Presentation Skills/Techniques
Basic - General knowledge of and ability to employ routine presentation techniques (e.g., posture, speaker's relationship to audience, use of intonation and props, use of visual aids and pacing).
Preferred - Complete knowledge of and ability to employ presentation techniques (e.g., posture, speaker's relationship to audience, use of intonation and props, use of visual aids and pacing).
Basic Qualifications For Consideration
Are you willing to travel?
Do you have experience working with U.S. Export Law and/or Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations?
Do you have experience in information protection or security?
Level 2 - Bachelor's degree and typically 3 or more years' related work experience, a Master's degree and typically 1 or more years' related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Level 3 - Bachelor's and typically 6 or more years' related work experience, a Master's degree and typically 4 or more years' related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Boeing - 20 months ago
The Boeing Company (Boeing) is involved in the design, development, manufacture, sale and support of commercial jetliners, military...