Director of Technical Investigations




Reston, VA, United States; Austin, TX, United States


This role is a direct report to the Senior Director of Security Risk and Investigations in Global Physical Security, and is primarily responsible for conducting and overseeing technical investigations, countermeasures surveys, and technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM) sweeps pursuant to Global Physical Security responsibilities. Preparing detailed and comprehensive reports that document anomalies, TEMPEST threats, and penetrations. Recommending countermeasures, enhancements and upgrade

The role is an individual contributor who will also complete related tasks as directed at the discretion of the Senior Director of Risk and Investigations that may include but is not limited to; other investigations, risk assessments, manage and monitor third party contractors, provide training, ensure the care and maintenance of related equipment, participate in budget planning, develop procedures and policies, maintain files, reports and case notes.

The position is responsible for protecting employees, property, and the safety and security of employees, clients, contractors, and customers through the implementation of technical investigations, surveys, TSCM sweeps, and identifying risks.

The incumbent must have a valid U.S. Passport and be able to travel globally with notice. The Director of Technical Investigations will interface with executives, Legal, Human Resources, other key stake holders, and external and internal clients.

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  • A qualified candidate should have a minimum of 10 years’ experience in government service, industrial security, law enforcement or a related field
  • A strong understanding of industry specific legislation and compliance requirements related to the TSCM field
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in conducting technical investigations, surveys, and TSCM sweeps to include knowledge of methods, techniques and practices used by hostile actors, competitors, and nation states
  • Understanding of the electromagnetic spectrum, and RF interrelationships and characteristics as they relate to the design and operation of electronic, electromechanical and computer systems;
  • Hands-on experience in the operation and use of electronic instrumentation such as multimeters, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, sound pressure level meters, time-delay reflectometers, network analysis and similar equipment that may be applied to test, certify, and troubleshoot electrical, electronic, mechanical, electromechanical and computer systems;
  • Knowledge and hands-on familiarity of computer systems, network security, and familiarity with operating systems, hardware platforms, and wired and wireless networks;
  • Ability to read, interpret, create electrical and electromechanical schematics and architectural drawings, including electrical/mechanical building systems drawings and computer network topologies
  • A basic or greater understanding of TSCM equipment
  • A basic or greater understanding of report writing
  • A basic or greater understanding or experience in testifying in court or legal depositions
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Excel
  • Ability to communicate in both written and verbal format
  • Practical experience identifying TEMPEST emanations and implementing countermeasure

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