Security Police Officer - SPO

Position Overview:  The Basic Readiness Standard (BRS) Security Police Officer (SPO) is an armed position, responsible for the primary response to security emergencies that may occur on site. SPOs make up the physical security force that executes a 24/7 operation consisting of various assigned tasks to ensure that core mission requirements are met. The specific work assignment may include duties or activities that assist and support the PF supervisors and/or manager in one or more of the following functional areas, in addition to other duties as assigned.

Typical Essential Functions:

Provide protective measures against the theft or loss of Special Nuclear Material and/or classified matter.
Control access to Department of Energy (DOE) security areas through various means of accountability to preclude granting access to unauthorized personnel.
Provides protection against theft of government property and/or the introduction of controlled or prohibited article using a designated personnel and vehicle search process.
Effectively execute the duties described in Post and General Orders and/or other security procedures provided.
May be required to work extended hours in all climate conditions.
May be required to sit or stand for long periods of time and may be required to conduct extended foot patrols and/or climb ladders or a significant amount of stairs.
Required to operate patrol vehicles and other assigned equipment as necessary.
May be required to perform rotating shift work.
Performs work safely, in accordance with established policies.

Minimum Requirements and Physical Requirements:

High School diploma or equivalent with a minimum of 2 years of related experience.
Must have, or be able to obtain DOE Basic Security Police Officer Training certification.
Must maintain all BRS standards/certifications outlined in 10 CFR 1046, to include applicable physical fitness, medical, and firearms proficiency standards.
Must successfully complete the RAD WORKER TRAINING: RAD Core Academics, RAD Site Specific, RAD II Practical.
Must be able to obtain and maintain an active DOE Q security clearance.

Additional Preferred Skills/Certifications:

Background in DOE PF operations
Military Police
Currently sworn law enforcement