The Program stage is where the fun begins. This stage begins after you receive your security clearance. In this stage, you will be working on a contract in the D.C. area. You will be working in a highly-secured government facility providing access control.
As a Security Monitor, you will be working in security at a Top-Secret government facility against all forms of technical espionage, acts of terror, and crime against the U.S. government.
We understand this position is not your end goal. We have higher aspirations for our candidates as well. We use this contract as a way for you to receive your clearance at an expedited speed, and gain experience working on a government contract. We then use your work experience and your Bachelor’s degree to identify a job for you in the field of your choosing. Candidates who receive their security clearance through CenCore’s National Security Program are committed to working a full-time man-year with CenCore (2,080 hours). It is anticipated that the first 1,000 hours will be worked as a Security Monitor while the remaining hours worked as an Intelligence Analyst or IT professional, depending on the candidate’s interests, expertise, and qualifications.
While working as a Security Monitor you will be paid approximately $20/hour or more. As you are trained to work other posts, you will be paid at a higher rate. You will be paid at the rate for each post you work.