Security Clearance Level SCI Key Functions Provide thought leadership and subject matter expertise to develop security categorization and security control selection policy, frameworks, guidance, instructions, and processes for the national security community.
Emphasis is on technical and programmatic skills, including the following:
Ability to understand and work with: the detailed complexity of the security control catalog in 800-53 and the baselines and overlays which reference the security controls; the broad concepts of the Risk Management Framework; and the diversity of opinions and personalities of cyber security and policy professionals throughout the intelligence community, national security community and the federal government.
- Interface with government officials providing technical and strategic guidance in alignment with IC CIO objectives.
- Lead support for security categorization and security control selection efforts. Provide thought leadership in area of expertise. Develop and deliver polished briefings to senior government officials. Represent the government interests and the IC in particular on policy decisions and in key working groups.
- Collaborate with government, MITRE, and SETA contractor team members. Perform peer review of team work products.
- Possess strong verbal and written communications skills and the ability to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences to include government seniors, MITRE program team, and SETA contractors. Required Education/Experience: BS and 5 years of related experience or MS and 3 years of related experience or PhD and 1 year of related experience Desired Education/Experience Prior professional experience with IC community information security processes, or two or more IC member agencies is essential. Required Skills: Expert knowledge of current Risk Management Framework related policy guidance and related legacy policy guidance. This may include, but is not limited to: ICD 503 and supporting IC Standards, NIST Special Publications 800-37, 800-39, 800-30, 800-53 and 800-53A; CNSS Instructions 1253 and 4009; CNSS and IC CIO Security Control Overlays; and DCID 6/3.
Ability to lead working groups and collaborate with cyber security and policy professionals across the intelligence community.
Familiarity with current information security categorization and control selection tools, especially Telos XACTA.
This position requires the candidate to currently possess the appropriate sponsor clearances for access to their systems. Desired Skills An excellent candidate will have experience with business process design/improvement, possess knowledge of risk management framework related policy guidance and have the ability to quickly assimilate related policy guidance across the federal government (DoD and civil sector). Travel Statement *This position will require overnight travel up to 5% of the time. Clearance Statement *Applicants selected for this position will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Only US citizens are eligible for a security clearance. For this position, MITRE will consider only applicants with necessary security clearances.
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