12 months ago
The candidate shall provide Information Assurance (IA)/Cybersecurity support to the Sea Test Range Organization at Point Mugu and other locations with responsibility for assigned systems as the Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO). The candidate shall research, analyze and maintain awareness of current Department of Defense (DOD), Navy, and Command-level directives, guidelines, regulations, and policies specific to IA/cybersecurity requirements. The candidate shall generate and review IA/cybersecurity artifacts and documentation, including System Security Plans (SSP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). The candidate shall also provide system scanning support using DoD-approved tools and other manual methods to assist the customer in initiating and maintaining the IA Certification & Accreditations (C&A) and Authorizations to Operate (ATO) for designated instrumentation assets and systems. The candidate shall analyze and review the designated assets to ensure they are in compliance with DOD IA/Cybersecurity instructions, guidelines and certification requirements as appropriate to support test operations. Develop risk mitigation and action plans to address the results of security audits, reviews, and scans. The candidate shall also provide guidance and recommendations, timelines and milestones to stakeholders for compliance and improved security posture as requested. The candidate shall work within an integrated government/contractor team across a broad area of operation and will report asset compliances and discrepancies to the customer lead (s) on a weekly basis and submit an IA asset C&A status report on a monthly basis.
Education/Experience/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Computer Science, Information Assurance or related technical discipline and five (5) years of practical computer security experience in secure network and system design, analysis, procedure/test generation, test execution and implementation of DIACAP and or RMF computer/network security mechanisms is required. A High school diploma or GED and nine (9) years of related experienced referenced above may be substituted in lieu of the degree requirement. Must have experience developing accreditation packages and providing information assurance services for network systems.
- IAM level 2 certification as per DoD Directive 8570.01; ideally Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)
- Communication and Presentation skills
- Experience working in a DOD or government security agency environment.
- Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.