Maintenance Trades Helper

Indyne Inc.
Crestview, FL
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty.

Assists more experienced craftsmen in security system installations and maintenance: field engineers, electronics technicians, electricians, HVAC technicians and/or welders. Assists in the installation, maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, and repair of switches, cables, and other telecommunications equipment in the following fields to ensure optimum usage and quality: security systems installation/maintenance, fire alarm system installation/maintenance, carpentry, welding, electrical, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and/or mechanics. Has knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job. Individually performs work of a routine nature in an area of specialization, but also exercises proactive preventive maintenance. Performs facility maintenance, as required. Reports to the Project Manager.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Assigned to InDyne ISS, Crestview, Florida. Essential job functions include assisting in systems installation and/or maintenance, keeping the job location supplied with materials and tools, cleaning the work area and machines, facility maintenance and any other tasks as directed. May perform machine tasks and use special tools under the instruction and guidance of a technician and/or craftsman. Performs other system installation or maintenance and facility maintenance tasks as directed by the site chief.

Education:

* Must have a high school diploma or its equivalent
* 0-2 years of related experience in at least one of the following areas: security systems, fire alarm systems, carpentry, welding, electrical, HVAC, or mechanics).

Required Skills/Experience:

* Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance.

Supervision:

* Works under the general supervision of the Crew Chief.

Work Environment:

* Work assignments can be both indoor and outdoor under various environmental conditions.

Physical Demands:

* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements. Travel required. Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job related areas such as environmental, safety, security and general housekeeping. May be required to handle hazardous material and/or collect hazardous waste.

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

Contract Special Security Representative (CSSR)

Indyne Inc.
Alaska
Job Summary: (Statements outlining the purpose of this job and its supervisory, technical, or administrative scope.)

InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty.
The Contract Special Security Representative (CSSR) position is located at Clear AFS, Alaska.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Provides security oversight and ensures compliance with all Performance Work Statement (PWS) directive requirements for the Secure Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
* The Contractor Special Security Representative (CSSR), under the direction of their supporting Special Security Officer (SSO) is responsible for the day-to-day management and implementation of security programs for Collateral, SCI activities
* Required to routinely interface with all levels of management and Government customers
* Administers/Implements/Manages/Audits security programs for compliance with government regulations associated with the protection of classified material
* Develops/implements/manages security policies, procedures, processes, and best practice standards specific to program requirements such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Concept of Operations (CONOPs), etc.
* Conducts or supports internal company and/or other customer security assessments
* Participates in technical meetings with internal/external customers
* Assist security incident/violation investigations and formally reports investigation results
* Duties may include reviewing, monitoring, preparing, or updating RMF artifacts for assessment packages, as necessary
* Identifies security vulnerabilities and implements countermeasures
* Develops and conducts Security training/briefs
* Maintains TEMPEST documentation, drawings and forms.
* Ensures constant compliance with TEMPEST Red/Black signal line, power, and equipment separation requirements
* Monitors SCIF personnel for prohibited items, policy violations, and unsafe practices
* Accomplishes CSSR annual checklist and retains current checklist in the SCIF Binder
* Conducts self-inspections and gathers/updates pertinent security documentation for inclusion into SCIF binder
* Oversees visitor control program and administers the access control program
* Performs other duties not limited to general housekeeping, safety, and environmental practices, maintaining data/logs/files, and complying with security policies, PWS directive publications, and other security manuals and guidance
* Serves as the security point of contact for the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
* Must be able to work inside a cleared facility and monitor all activities in the SCIF
* Supports all users of the SCIF and JWICS systems
* The position will provide day-to-day security support for JWICS operation
* Acts as alternate Information System Security Officer (ISSO)
* Completes ancillary training and participates in exercises

Educational/Training Requirements:

* Bachelors degree (preferred) or equivalent experience

Radar Technician

Indyne Inc.
Beale Air Force Base, CA
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty.

The Radar Maintenance technician will report directly to the Comm-Electronic Manager. This position is located at Beale AFB, California. The Radar Maintenance Technician will maintain, repair, calibrate and operate all mission radar equipment. Analyze systems fault data and provide recommendations to resolve radar system degradation and failures. Operates the Maintenance Monitor Console (MMCO) and immediately informs Missile Warning Operation Crew Commander/Crew Chief (MWOC) of any failures, degradation, or system status change. Support space surveillance operations and testing. Operates CMOC facilities and immediately responds to all reporting requirements. Other duties and responsibilities may be assigned to meet the changing needs of contract performance.
Educational/Training Requirements:

* High School diploma
* Civilian or Air Force completion of radar electronics system course
* Four years experience in phased array radar maintenance

Preferences:

* Associate degree in radar electronics systems
* Experience with SSPARS and large phased array radars

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Perform computer operations, and use approved procedures for all phases of repair, inspection, alignment, and calibration of digital and analog equipment to achieve radar maximum operating efficiency.
* Monitor radar Operations and Assessment (OA) tests, interpret faults and reconfigure equipment. Maintain accurate records, logs, files, prepare reports and supply documentation.
* Must be familiar with the use and care of all Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) required to maintain a Phased Array Radar System.
* Report system anomalies immediately; effect restorable actions and report equipment status.
* Analyze radar systems data, meet all Missile Warning Operations Center (MWOC) requirements, and respond to all site reporting requirements.
* Provide relief for the Consolidated Maintenance Operations Center (CMOC) Operators.
* Immediately inform the MWOC of any failures, degradations, or system status change.
* Complete recall actions for Communications-Electronics equipment, as directed, and obtain approval for any equipment removal.
* Follow and support all Safety and Security regulations and policies.
* Perform additional duties as assigned.

Required Skills/Experience:

* Excellent communication skills both written and verbally.

Supervision:

* The Radar Maintenance Technician works under the general supervision of the Comm-Electronics Manager.

Work Environment:

* Must be able to lift or move items weighing up to 50 pounds and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Be able to negotiate multiple sets of stairs without assistance, climb ladders up to fifteen feet, work with high voltages, and can distinguish colors.

Physical Demands:

* Walking, siting, typing, bending and lifting items as required within position requirements.

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

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Missile Defense Radar Operator (MDRO)

Indyne Inc.
Beale Air Force Base, CA
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty.
The Missile Defense Radar Operator (MDRO) position is located at Beale AFB, California.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Provide Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) operations, technical services, and operations support of equipment to meet sensor mission support requirements on 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week (24/7) basis.
* Interface with Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation (AFOTEC) and other military personnel, as well as other contractor personnel, to support testing activities such as Development, Test and Evaluation (DT&E), Operational Test and Evaluation (OT&E), and Installation, Checkout and Evaluation (ICE) testing.
* Participate in LRDR exercises and inspections.
* Provide operational activity support to include development/updates of LRDR and C2BMC Operator Tactics, TTPs and SOPs.
* Attend and complete all required certification training.
* Conduct operational reporting on a 24-hours-a-day, 7-days- a-week (24/7) basis.
* Provide a daily report of operational activities as specified by HHQ.
* Perform BMD mission taskings and accomplish support requests.
* Document operations, security events, equipment status, authorized software changes, weather, shift changes, changing of the Zulu day, and any other significant events in an operations log.
* Accomplish SDA taskings and support requests from the 18th Space Control Squadron (18 SPCS) and/or the National Space Defense Center. MDROs shall communicate and collaborate with CSpOC, MDA and other external agency personnel regarding space catalog data, mission status coordination and reporting.

Educational/Training Requirements:

* High school diploma or equivalent, Associates degree desired.
* U.S. Citizen and possess a current Secret, Top Secret, or Top Secret/SCI DOD security clearance. Must be eligible for TS/SCI upgrade.

Required Skills/Experience:

* Experience in Space Operations (Space Control, Space Surveillance, Space Lift, etc.), scheduling, and reporting is desired but not required. Experience in Space sensor operations, such as Space Surveillance Network sensors, is highly desired but not required.
* Prior military or Government experience and experience with Air Force Space Command sensor operations, radar or electro-optical sensors, and space surveillance operations are highly desired.
* Experience in electronics and engineering is desired.

Desired Experience:

* Desired experience working within the ballistic missile defense system and space systems to include command and control systems, radar operations, air and missile defense systems, space surveillance, missile and space reporting, C2BMC experience, and general operations center experience.

Supervision:

* Works under the general supervision of the MDRO Lead.

Work Environment:

* Must be able to lift or move items weighing up to 50 pounds.

Physical Demands:

* Walking, siting, typing, bending and lifting items as required within position requirements.
* Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

Electronics Technician I

Indyne Inc.
Crestview, FL
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty. If you thrive on challenge, travel, and making a difference, then we want YOU to join our team!

The Electronics Technicians I responsibilities will be to report to the Installation Team Lead. This position is a traveling position and therefore, communication is the foundation to keeping the program on track and budget. Team members will be working on National Guard Bureau (NGB) and US Army Reserve Command (USARC) projects for the US Army Corps of Engineers throughout the United States and its territories.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Will be required to perform duties as an installation team member.
* Must be acquainted with the entire life cycle of security system installations, or portions thereof: system design, site demolition, planning, programming, budgeting, execution and certification.
* Well versed in the performance of electronic circuit analysis and mathematical calculations typically encountered in the installation, maintenance, modification, and repair of electronic security systems.
* Constructs, maintains, and tests electronic systems and components.
* Must be very familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
* Must be qualified to install, operate, maintain, repair and modify complex state-of-the-art electronic equipment.
* Installation, troubleshooting, repair, alignment and operation of typical electronic equipment such as sensors, annunciators and peripherals.
* Capable of utilizing appropriate manuals, schematics and other documentation.
* Capable of performing assignments including the solution of complex problems, which cannot typically be resolved using established procedures or vendors manuals.
* May be required to perform software adaptations and system problem solving and repair or perform minor actions without any assistance.
* May be required to handle hazardous material and/or collect hazardous waste.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job-related areas such as environmental, safety, security and general housekeeping.

Educational/Training Requirements:

* High school graduate or equivalent.
* Technical or service school graduate or two years experience installing government or commercial security systems.
* Must possess a general knowledge of electronic component characteristics to aid in the selection of replacement components and devices.
* Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook

Required Skills/Experience:

* Certifications in the following areas will be required prior to assuming duties: First Aid-CPR-AED, Bloodborne Pathogens.
* Certifications in the following areas are preferred: Bosch IDS and VMS, Genetec ACS and VMS, Galaxy ACS, Gallagher ACS, Vindicator , Integrated Commercial Intrusion Detection Systems (ICIDS), Galaxy, Software House, Bosch, BICSI , Cisco, LANs, Aiphone , Cinch, Pelco and/or fiber optics.
* Additional system specific training will be provided.
* Conduit bending skills

Work Environment:

* Work assignments can be both indoors and outdoors under various environmental conditions.
* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements. Extensive CONUS travel required, with potential OCONUS travel as well.
* Must be able to climb ladders.
* Must be able to learn to use high lifts like Jib booms or scissor lifts.

Physical Demands:

* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements. Some travel required.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job related areas such as environmental, safety, security, and general housekeeping.
* May be required to handle hazardous material and/or collect hazardous waste. Some bending, stooping, walking, and lifting may be required. Applicants must be able to sit for long periods of time.
* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements (approximately 50 lbs.).
* Travel may be required.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job related areas such as environmental, safety, security and general housekeeping.

Other Skills and Abilities:

* Home Station: USA-Florida-Crestview
* US Security Clearance Required: NCIC check
* Schedule: Full-time
* Travel: Yes, 95%
* Job Level: Individual Contributor

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

Electronics Technician II

Indyne Inc.
Crestview, FL
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty. If you thrive on challenge, travel, and making a difference, then we want YOU to join our team!

The Electronics Technicians II responsibilities will be to report to the Installation Team Lead. This position is a traveling position and therefore, communication is the foundation to keeping the program on track and budget. Team members will be working on National Guard Bureau (NGB) and US Army Reserve Command (USARC) projects for the US Army Corps of Engineers throughout the United States and its territories.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Will be required to perform duties as an installation team member.
* Must be acquainted with the entire life cycle of security system installations, or portions thereof: system design, site demolition, planning, programming, budgeting, execution and certification.
* Well versed in the performance of electronic circuit analysis and mathematical calculations typically encountered in the installation, maintenance, modification, and repair of electronic security systems.
* Constructs, maintains, and tests electronic systems and components.
* Must be very familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
* Must be qualified to install, operate, maintain, repair and modify complex state-of-the-art electronic equipment.
* Installation, troubleshooting, repair, alignment and operation of typical electronic equipment such as sensors, annunciators and peripherals.
* Capable of utilizing appropriate manuals, schematics and other documentation.
* Capable of performing assignments including the solution of complex problems, which cannot typically be resolved using established procedures or vendors manuals.
* May be required to perform software adaptations and system problem solving and repair or perform minor actions without any assistance.
* May be required to handle hazardous material and/or collect hazardous waste.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job-related areas such as environmental, safety, security and general housekeeping.

Educational/Training Requirements:

* High school graduate or equivalent.
* Technical or service school graduate or two years experience installing government or commercial security systems.
* Must possess a general knowledge of electronic component characteristics to aid in the selection of replacement components and devices.
* Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook

Required Skills/Experience:

* Certifications in the following areas will be required prior to assuming duties: First Aid-CPR-AED, Bloodborne Pathogens.
* Certifications in the following areas are preferred: Bosch IDS and VMS, Genetec ACS and VMS, Galaxy ACS, Gallagher ACS, Vindicator , Integrated Commercial Intrusion Detection Systems (ICIDS), Galaxy, Software House, Bosch, BICSI , Cisco, LANs, Aiphone , Cinch, Pelco and/or fiber optics.
* Additional system specific training will be provided.
* Conduit bending skills

Work Environment:

* Work assignments can be both indoors and outdoors under various environmental conditions.
* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements. Extensive CONUS travel required, with potential OCONUS travel as well.
* Must be able to climb ladders.
* Must be able to learn to use high lifts like Jib booms or scissor lifts.

Physical Demands:

* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements. Some travel required.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job related areas such as environmental, safety, security, and general housekeeping.
* May be required to handle hazardous material and/or collect hazardous waste. Some bending, stooping, walking, and lifting may be required. Applicants must be able to sit for long periods of time.
* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements (approximately 50 lbs.).
* Travel may be required.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job related areas such as environmental, safety, security and general housekeeping.

Other Skills and Abilities:

* Home Station: USA-Florida-Crestview
* US Security Clearance Required: NCIC check
* Schedule: Full-time
* Travel: Yes, 95%
* Job Level: Individual Contributor

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

Electronics Technician III

Indyne Inc.
Crestview, FL
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty. If you thrive on challenge, travel, and making a difference, then we want YOU to join our team!

The Electronics Technicians/Security System III responsibilities will be to report directly to the ISS President/Program Manager. This position is a traveling position and therefore, communication is the foundation to keeping the program on track and budget. Team members will be working on United States Army Reserve Command (USARC) projects for the US Army Corps of Engineers throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
Duties and Responsibilities:

* While working alone, must be able to drive one of ten assigned routes performing a checklist and providing a daily report of the findings, while maintaining schedule.
* Will be required to perform duties as an installation team lead.
* Must provide daily activity reports.
* Must lead daily tailgate safety briefing.
* Must be experienced with expense reporting.
* Excellent driving record and experience with driving in all types of weather and traffic conditions.
* Must be skilled with all aspects of pulling a trailer.
* Must be very familiar with the entire life cycle of security system installations, or portions thereof: system design, site demolition, planning, programming, budgeting, execution and certification.
* Capable of basic conduit installation.
* Capable of routing cable through conduit and terminating CAT 6 connectors and dressing security panels.
* Well versed in the performance of electronic circuit analysis and mathematical calculations typically encountered in the installation, maintenance, modification, and repair of electronic security systems.
* Able to program IP addresses.
* Must be very familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the Electronic Security field. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
* Installation, troubleshooting, repair, alignment, and operation of typical electronic security equipment such as sensors, annunciators and peripherals.
* Completes assigned installations to National code, standards, and best practices.
* Must be able to provide basic end user training.
* Experience with hollow metal door installation.
* Familiar with power hand tools, such as cut off grinder and abrasive saw.
* Familiar with installation of Fragment Retention Film on window and door glass in commercial or Government buildings.
* Capable of utilizing appropriate manuals, schematics and other documentation.
* Capable of performing assignments including the solution of complex problems, which cannot typically be resolved using established procedures or vendors manuals.
* May be required to perform software adaptations and system problem solving and repair or perform minor actions without any assistance.
* Will perform duties as the Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)
* May be required to handle hazardous material and/or collect hazardous waste.
* Additional duties may be assigned to support contract/mission support requirements in job-related areas such as environmental, safety, security and general housekeeping.

Educational/Training/Certifications Requirements:

* High school graduate or equivalent.
* Technical or service school graduate with five years applicable experience.
* Five years experience working on a job site under a documented safety plan.
* Must possess a strong knowledge of electronic security component characteristics to aid in the selection of replacement components and devices.
* MIG welding certification is a plus.
* State low voltage security license is a plus.
* Certifications in the following areas will be required prior to assuming duties: OSHA 30, First Aid-CPR, and Bloodborne Pathogens.
* Five years verifiable network-based closed circuit television, access control, and intercom systems installation.
* Additional system specific training will be provided.
* Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook.

Work Environment/Physical Demands:

* Work assignments can be both indoors and outdoors under various environmental conditions.
* Required to lift, pull, or carry items of weight and size commensurate with job requirements. Extensive CONUS travel required, with potential OCONUS travel as well.
* Must be able to climb ladders.

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

HVAC Technician

Indyne Inc.
Beale Air Force Base, CA
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty. The HVAC Technician position is located at Beale AFS, California.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Responsible for operating, maintaining, repairing, inspecting, troubleshooting installing and testing systems (HVAC) equipment.
* Primary equipment include heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, compressed air, pneumatic humidity control , electrical, auxiliary heating/cooling, monitoring and control systems.
* Accomplishes required services for (HVAC) systems that utilize Freon (CFC-HCFC) Performs corrosion control and industrial water treatment on systems and equipment.
* Utilizes technical publications, diagrams, etc., to accomplish maintenance, repair and the ordering of material and equipment.
* Responsible for performing single person shift work.
* Trained to perform facility maintenance (HVAC) and electrical critical tasks to cover single person shift operation.
* Operating, maintaining, inspecting, testing and repairing engineer facility systems.
* Systems include electrical, (HVAC), heating, ventilating, air conditioning, plumbing, water, fuel, air, fire facility monitoring and control and other associated systems.
* Maintains operations and maintenance records.
* Accomplishes shift schedule duties as assigned, including emergency response and janitorial tasks.

Required Skills/Experience:

* High school diploma or equivalent.
* Completion of an accredited trade school in (HVAC) heating, ventilation a conditioning systems or equivalent training. Special courses in electrical, pneumatic, facility monitoring/control and power plant systems are desirable
* Four years experience in the operation, maintenance, and repair of industry type (HVAC) systems. Experience in environmental control systems and the calibration and maintenance of electronic, pneumatic, and electrical systems desirable.
* EPA Universal Refrigerant Certification.

Supervision:

* Reports to the Site Manager.

Work Environment:

* Exerts limited physical energy. May have to handle 20-30-pound loads on occasion.

Physical Demands:

* Ability to lift to 50 lbs.
* Sitting and working at a computer for extended periods.

COVID-19 Requirement: InDyne, Inc. is committed to safeguarding the health of its employees and their families, as well as its customers and visitors. As a federal contractor, InDyne, Inc. must comply with Executive Order 14042: Ensuring Adequate COVID-19 Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors. InDyne, Inc. must also comply with all customer, federal and state regulations pertaining to COVID-19 safety protocols. InDyne, Inc. requires all newly hired employees, in the United States, to be fully vaccinated prior to their start date. Proof of vaccination is a condition of employment, unless a request for reasonable accommodation for medical or sincerely held religious beliefs has been approved.

InDyne is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call our Human Resources department.

MWR Coordinator (Temporary)

Indyne Inc.
Sagamore, MA
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty.

InDyne is looking for an temporary experienced MWR Coordinator who Manages the Morale, Welfare & Recreation (MWR) program at Cape Cod Space Force Station.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Responsible for control, accountability and documentation of MWR funds and property. Develops non-appropriated funds (NAF) and appropriated funds budget estimates/requests.
* Develops, publishes, reviews and updates operating instructions and policies for MWR activities. Develops and coordinates yearly social activity plan based on availability and the interests of the site personnel.
* Manages NAF Unit Fund Administration.
* Manages MWR Volunteer Program.
* Manages the effective operation of sports programs/contests, talent programs/contests, artist/craftsmen programs/contests and recreation equipment check out. Coordinates and manages holiday programs and special recreation events, throughout the year, based on the desires of the commander and the site personnel.
* Manages and maintains the recreation center, racquetball court, softball field, tennis court and site weight and workout rooms to ensure safe and sanitary conditions in all areas of responsibility.
* Manages the external personnel system for the NAF employees and supervises NAF personnel working in the MWR activities.
* Collects/analyzes patron utilization and feedback. Publishes/updates MWR brochure. Processes correspondence to/from MWR higher headquarters, program office and the company.
* Arranges custodial services for inside/outside MWR facilities and ensures adequate services are provided.
* Conducts meetings in MWR areas as required/needed. Conducts orientation/familiarization briefings. Arranges for facilities and all logistical support for special recreational programs.
* Conducts/coordinates coaches meetings, clinics and training sessions for sports programs.
* Performs other duties not limited to general housekeeping, safety and environmental practices, requisitions parts, monitors MWR supplies, maintains data/logs/files, complies with security policies, PWS directive publications, and completes ancillary training.
* Performs other duties as required.

Contract Special Security Representative (CSSR)

Indyne Inc.
Sagamore, MA
InDyne is a full-service military, civilian and commercial operations company. Our Mission is to provide tailored, cost effective, quality services and solutions. Our Vision is to exceed customer expectations by delivering results through agility, flexibility and responsiveness. Our Core Values include integrity, trust and loyalty.

The Contractor Special Security Representative (CSSR) position is located at Cape Cod AFS, Massachusetts.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

* Provides security oversight and ensures compliance with all Performance Work Statement (PWS) directive requirements for the Secure Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
* The Contractor Special Security Representative (CSSR), under the direction of their supporting Special Security Officer (SSO) is responsible for the day-to-day management and implementation of security programs for Collateral, SCI activities
* Required to routinely interface with all levels of management and Government customers
* Administers/Implements/Manages/Audits security programs for compliance with government regulations associated with the protection of classified material
* Develops/implements/manages security policies, procedures, processes, and best practice standards specific to program requirements such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Concept of Operations (CONOPs), etc.
* Conducts or supports internal company and/or other customer security assessments
* Participates in technical meetings with internal/external customers
* Assist security incident/violation investigations and formally reports investigation results
* Duties may include reviewing, monitoring, preparing, or updating RMF artifacts for assessment packages, as necessary
* Identifies security vulnerabilities and implements countermeasures
* Develops and conducts Security training/briefs
* Maintains TEMPEST documentation, drawings and forms.
* Ensures constant compliance with TEMPEST Red/Black signal line, power, and equipment separation requirements
* Monitors SCIF personnel for prohibited items, policy violations, and unsafe practices
* Accomplishes CSSR annual checklist and retains current checklist in the SCIF Binder
* Conducts self-inspections and gathers/updates pertinent security documentation for inclusion into SCIF binder
* Oversees visitor control program and administers the access control program
* Performs other duties not limited to general housekeeping, safety, and environmental practices, maintaining data/logs/files, and complying with security policies, PWS directive publications, and other security manuals and guidance
* Serves as the security point of contact for the Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)
* Must be able to work inside a cleared facility and monitor all activities in the SCIF
* Supports all users of the SCIF and JWICS systems
* The position will provide day-to-day security support for JWICS operation
* Acts as alternate Information System Security Officer (ISSO)
* Completes ancillary training and participates in exercises

Educational/Training Requirements:

* Bachelors degree (preferred) or equivalent experience

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