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ASRC Federal Holding Company Construction Surveillance Technician - Part Time in Fort Shafter, Hawaii

Position : Construction Surveillance Technician - Part Time

Location : Fort Shafter, HI

Arctic Slope Technical Services, a subsidiary of ASRC Federal, is seeking a Part Time Construction Surveillance Technician at Fort Shafter in Hawaii.

There is no relocation assistance available. Non-local applicants will be responsible for their own relocation expenses


  • Oversee and analyze all construction activities to ensure the facility has been constructed in accordance with the project specific Design / Blueprints, ICD-705 Accreditation Requirements, DoD Physical Security Requirements, and Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection (ATFP) considerations.

  • Analyze individual construction activities, workers, and operations to verify compliance with standard construction and engineering practices.

  • Perform assessments of the architectural layout, the structural design, and the MEP (Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing) systems to ensure compliance with project plans and to identify anomalies/abnormalities that could facilitate the penetration of the facility by Foreign Intelligence Services.

  • Monitor the activities of all construction workers and personnel on the Secure Construction Site at all times.

  • Document the construction activities of all persons on the Secure Construction Site.

  • Document all security incidents that occur on the Secure Construction Site.

  • Perform in-depth inspections of construction materials, tools, and equipment prior to and after their use/installation ensuing all items are free of tampering and identifying all anomalies.

  • Material inspections will include use of specialized equipment including, but not limited to, the Non-Linear Junction Detector, Spectrum Analyzer, and Portable X-Ray machine.

  • Identify anomalies and variances in finished construction work against the official project construction plans.

  • Perform access control functions, including personnel and bag searches, preventing the entry of unauthorized persons, materials, and equipment.

  • Carry out opening and closing procedures of the Secure Construction Site each day as directed by the SSM.

ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law .

  • 6+ years of construction experience. Security experience may supplement up to 2 years of construction experience if the security experience is directly related to SCIF construction or physical security.

  • Must have construction experience.

  • Valid certificate for the successful completion of 40 hours or greater CST training course.

  • Must be able to stand, sit, bend, walk, kneel, and other related physical activities for long periods of time.

  • Must have a solid understanding of the ICD/ICS-705 (version September 28, 2017).

  • Experience in technical surveillance techniques and procedures and knowledge of foreign intelligence and counterintelligence devices and techniques.

  • Knowledge of technical /mechanical components / systems on Plumbing and HVAC / Mechanical systems such as chillers, condensers, air ducts, pipe components in secure environments typically used in US SCIFs and associated QA / QC practices / systems and associated technical exploitation tactics.

  • Experience with structural steel / welds / fireproofing and associated QA / QC practices / systems and associated technical exploitation tactics.

  • Experience with foundations / footings such as concrete / reinforcement bar / caissons / footers / forms and associated QA / QC practices / systems and associated technical exploitation tactics.

  • Experience with electrical systems including distribution / power / low voltage installation / conduit, circuit breakers, etc.

  • Ability to apply knowledge on how electrical systems come together towards the identification of any unauthorized material or clandestine devices during installation.

  • Experience with telecommunication systems / wiring / splicing / patching / switching and how telecommunication wiring and devices provide a path for listening devices and potential power source for clandestine devices.

  • Active TS/SCI security clearance.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Construction trade certificate (electrician, plumber, carpenter, etc.).