|Job Ref:||116817SMK||Employer:||Morson International||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Fife||Address:||Post Code:||KY10||Post Date:||27/10/2016 20:15|
Purpose of role: Support the QEC Security Manager and the Platform Security Lead on physical security design activities and implementation of physical security policy as necessary to achieve Fleet Physical Security Accreditation. Deliverables: Whole Ship Physical Security Accreditation Key Management Policy and Key Management Plan Whole Warship Compartment Security Matrix (Compartment physical security characteristics) Stage 2/3 design rules to achieve physical security Physical Security Asset Register iaw Ship Spec 1.34 para 1110. Master Key Locking System specification and D1 Schedule. Master Key Index iaw Ship Spec 1.34 para 1056. Key and Keyboards iaw Ship Spec 1.34 para 1057. Responsibilities: 1. Define and manage physical security characteristics of the QEC Class Platform in accordance with Ship Specs. 2. Ensure that the appropriate security policies and processes are addressed by the QEC platform and equipment and by the engineering design process. 3. Develop definition of physical security requirements for all compartments. 4. Define security equipment and security furniture required in QEC compartments and ensure compliant fitting. 5. Develop design rules for QEC compartments and inspect and verify iaw DISR, CRL processes. 6. Assess compliance of the ship/compartment/equipment design with security requirements, architecture and policies, and propose risk mitigations. 7. Monitor implementation of physical security features during ship construction, assess compliance with requirements, and manage non-conformance. 8. Assist in development of security risk assessment. 9. Manage third party suppliers to shipyards and/or QEC programme offices when necessary to achieve physical security requirements. 10. Updating physical security documentation. 11. Liaise with Babcock Production to agree a hand-over schedule and arrangement of competent labour to enable final fitting of locks/keys. 12. Generate and maintain VCRI spreadsheet for Ship Spec 1.17 and 1.18. 13. Liaise with relevant inspection authorities and conduct audits, inspections to ensure compliance with Ship Spec 1.17.|
Accountabilities: Ensure DNsy accreditation prior to ship handover
Technical Skills: Knowledge of relevant standards, including JSP440 and its application to design and construction of new ships as described in physical security Defence Standards. Knowledge of JFAN would also be useful. Strong organisational and communication skills. Able to write readable technical documentation, and manipulate data in spreadsheets. 'right first time'. Ability to exploit capabilities already available within the business and other domains. Industry Knowledge: Good understanding of relevant naval shipbuilding processes, IAW Security Policy Framework, Joint Services Publications, Defence Standards and CPNI standards for security furnishings and fittings. Understanding of the need to capture and maintain data generated for use by the project and the tools and techniques so used.
To apply for this position, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK and either possess or be able to obtain UK MOD Security Clearance to SC Level.