*The candidate will work weekend day shift.
The duties and work output of the Information Systems Engineer cover a range of technical specialties such as operations analysis, computer architecture, client/server and other aspects of distributed and database-intensive systems, software engineering, data engineering, enterprise, operational
The duties and work output of an Information Systems Engineer cover a range of technical specialties such as operations analysis; computer architectures; client/server and other aspects of distributed and database-intensive systems; software engineering; data engineering; enterprise, operational, system and technical architectures; information security/assurance; planning, requirements development, technology insertion, modernization; data fusion; systems engineering process planning and implementation; integration; and systems analysis and modeling using formal methods.
The ideal candidate must be able to apply an understanding of the duties and responsibilities of the position assigned; be able to explain to others the methods and techniques used in assigned work; and be able to evaluate and assess operating practices to determine adequate risk management and compliance standards. He/she will be responsible for contributing, with limited supervision, to projects, programs, and initiatives with medium-threat and moderate scope.
Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant area of study (suggested areas of study include Computer Science, Information Technology, Information Assurance/Security, Engineering, Software Engineering, Mathematics, and Business Management) and 3+ years’ experience involving work directly related to listed skills
Degrees from a designated Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education (CAEIAE)
3-5 years’ directly related experience
Possession and demonstrated application of relevant certifications:
Core: MCSE, CCNA, CCNP, ISC, CAP
Related: CISSP, CISM, ISC, ISSMP, CompTia, SANs, GIAC, PMP
Tanager, Inc. - 22 months ago
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