Qualified candidate must have a current TS/SCI and CI poly to qualify. Office space may include McLean and/or frequent travel to Chantilly, VA .
TASC is looking for a mid-level Risk Management Analyst to support a high value, highly visible customer as they develop a global Information Technology Enterprise (ITE) architecture for the Intelligence Community. The successful candidate will work as part of an integrated team supporting the analysis, development, evaluation, and development of information assurance, risk management, data protection, and cyber security policy.
The candidate will:
Assist with analyzing, assessing, developing, implementing, integrating, and maintaining security engineering and security architecture initiatives
Support risk determination process based on Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 503, Intelligence Community Information Technology Systems Security Risk Management, Certification and Accreditation
Assist with development, implementation, integration, oversight, and coordination of governance activities for IC cyber security and integrated defense
Assist with coordination and participate in IC and National-level cyber security exercises
Assist with implementing, integrating, maintaining, and standardizing secure accredited cross-domain solutions
Provide Board support to the Allied Information Assurance Working Group
Support the coordination, development, and review of policies and mechanisms to identify common Allied standards and guidelines relating to classification, testing, security authorization, information assurance, and risk management to achieve accreditation reciprocity
Review and analyze implementation plans from IC ITE service providers across the IC
Support the analysis, development, evaluation, and production of all IC IA cyber security compliance and performance reports
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Information Systems, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, Systems Management or a closely related IT discipline
The successful candidate must have strong oral and written communications skills, the ability to function in a high stress environment, and demonstrate a high level of performance as a member of a tightly integrated government-contractor team.
Ten years or more of analyzing IT-related programs or projects in one of the following categories: organizational efficiencies; organizational operations; organizational procedures and protocols; or organizational risks.
Five years or more of demonstrated experience in the Intelligence Community analyzing the development, implementation, integration, maintenance, and evaluation of cross-domain requirements, capabilities, and solutions for the IC and DOD.
TASC - 2 years ago
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