FRIB is searching for a FRIB Security Manager to join the FRIB Project Team. The successful candidate will support a physical security program in compliance with federal, state and MSU policies and regulations while supporting the successful and safe operation of the FRIB.
Major Position Responsibilities
Develop and implement a tailored and optimized requirements-based physical security program and approach that complies with all policy and regulatory requirements and supports the mission of the Laboratory
Develop, document and implement processes to ensure the effectiveness of the physical security program in supporting the Laboratory’s mission, including metrics for assessing the program and standardized and periodic reports that analyze and assess security status
Maintain up-to-date expertise in technical aspects and professional guidelines related to physical security, and exercise technical judgment to solve problems in compliance with regulatory requirements
Serve as resource and subject matter expert for FRIB Laboratory management and staff about the security program
Develop and implement strategies that foster an effective security environment and develop appropriate training for FRIB staff and visitors in a Laboratory with people of diverse backgrounds
Maintain strict confidentiality and integrity related to the program and organizational, fiscal and individual information
Bachelor’s degree in security administration or related field along with five to eight years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in physical security
Experience with developing and maintaining physical security programs, policies and procedures in governmental organizations
Knowledge of physical security, including video surveillance and card access systems, and compliance related issues involving Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations, Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, Export Control regulations or an equivalent combination of education and experience
Ability to work with export controlled items
How to Apply
For immediate consideration, please go to Careers.msu.edu, search for posting number 507124 and follow the application process.
MSU is committed to achieving excellence through cultural diversity. The university actively encourages applications and/or nominations of women, persons of color, veterans and person with disabilities.
About FRIB and MSU, and the East Lansing Community
FRIB is currently under construction and baselined at a total project cost of $730M. Upon start of user operation in 2022, FRIB will enable scientists to make discoveries about the properties of rare isotopes in order to better understand the physics of nuclei, nuclear astrophysics, fundamental interactions, and applications of rare isotopes to benefit society.
MSU is one of the largest university campuses in the U.S. with a beautiful campus of 5,000 tree- filled acres. It has 17 degree-granting colleges and is a center for academic and research activities as well as the arts and athletics.
The campus sits between Lansing (Michigan’s capital city) and East Lansing. The Lansing area has a population of 350,000 and offers lovely suburban areas, loft condos and other urban living opportunities as well as easy-to-get-to rural areas. A symphony orchestra, excellent health care, many community and professional theatres, rivers, lakes, outdoor festivals, close access to large cities and Lake Michigan make for a near perfect living environment.
MSU is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
Internal Number: 507124
About Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) will be a new scientific user facility for nuclear science, funded by the Department of Energy Office of Science (DOE-SC), Michigan State University (MSU), and the State of Michigan. Under construction on campus and to be operated by MSU, FRIB will provide intense beams of rare isotopes (that is, short-lived nuclei not normally found on Earth). FRIB will enable scientists to make discoveries about the properties of these rare isotopes in order to better understand the physics of nuclei, nuclear astrophysics, fundamental interactions, and applications for society.