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Credentialing Specialist
Title:Credentialing Specialist
Security Clearance:Public Trust

This is a part-time (24 hours/week) position located in Honolulu, Hawaii.  The HSPD12 Credentialing Specialist is responsible for working with federal employees and government contractors, assisting them with the process of obtaining their badges which provide access to government facilities and equipment. This position is in an office which needs an individual with superb customer service skills as well as the ability to multitask. This position will analyze applicant's credentialing documents, ensuring compliance with the client’s operating procedures and maintains appropriate levels of controls. Hours are Tuesday - Thursday, 7:30 - 4:30 pm.

1. Utilizing excellent customer service skills, interacts with federal employees and government contractors to answer inquiries regarding the process and assist as needed.

2. Performs fingerprinting and takes badging photos of applicants. Distributes and activates Federal PIV cards along with completing PIN resets according the HSPD12 protocol procedures.

3. Prepares correspondence to communicate when security forms are not complete, making sure to state required corrective actions and completion deadlines. Conduct any required follow-up to ensure correct forms are resubmitted by the appropriate deadline.

4. Assist with the preparation and assembly of personnel security folders in accordance with client’s standard operating procedures.

5. Assist with data-entry in tracking system.

6. Schedule and prepare cases for transmittal to the investigating agency for further processing of completed security forms.

7. Prepare statistical data reports monthly.

8. Other duties and responsibilities as needed.

  • BA/BS degree in related subject area preferred;
  • 1 years experience working in a government environment preferred;
  • Familiarity with the process of obtaining badges and/or security processing/fingerprinting;
  • Effective written and verbal communication;
  • Must be a U.S. citizen and able to successfully pass a background investigation and/or credit check.
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