Employer: Caliburn International, LLC
Location: Asuncion, Paraguay
FLSA Status: Full Time, Hourly non-Exempt
Clearance level: Top Secret
So what does a CST do?
The CST will monitor, observe, and interact with the construction workers as they accomplish their various tasks to preclude the introduction of electronic, electrical, mechanical, or any other type of hostile surveillance monitoring devices into finished construction. You will be responsible for screening all equipment, materials, and furnishings destined for use in the controlled construction area, using X-ray machines and any and all other methods of examination as outlined in the CSP and approved by the government.
Can you walk me through a typical day of a CST:
You will operate the proposed inspection equipment.
You will utilize knowledge of all construction disciplines, to include civil architectural, mechanical, electrical, and electronic engineering principles.
You will read and analyze designs and blueprints, and recognize the architect's intended use.
You will analyze designs and structural complexities, which are intended to mask an ulterior purpose not intended by the architect.
You will exercise knowledge of Technical Surveillance Countermeasures, construction principles, and the types of devices used by hostile and friendly intelligence services for the purpose of clandestine surveillance.
You will write detailed reports in English and complete the analyses of issues, findings, and security situations that require staff action.
You will maintain daily logs during their tour of duty.
What can I expect for a career path, and where might this role take me?
We are committed to the growth of our internal personnel and we support this with world-class learning and development, including internal training that leads to career advancement.
A CST will typically progress onto one of our next construction projects or with the required experience to be promoted to a Team Lead or Site Security Coordinator.
Minimum qualifications and education requirements:
You must be a U.S. Citizen and must have an active U.S. Top Secret (TS) clearance
You must have at least 5 years' experience in at least one of the following areas of expertise: Construction Security Surveillance, Technical Surveillance Countermeasures, Industrial or Government security involving counterintelligence, construction quality assurance, or hands-on supervisory construction experience.
Active CST DoS certification required.
You must be capable of independent decision making, possess a high degree of individual initiative, and be able to function with minimal supervision.
You need to be able to stand for 8 hours, work outdoors in all seasons and lift up to 25 pounds