The applicant shall provide IA and technical expertise for information systems, systems engineering, STE, legacy operating systems, laboratory equipment, and avionics systems/sub-systems-related modernization and sustainment programs supported in the F-22.
The position is located at WPAFB in Dayton, Ohio.
Essential Job Functions:
The Applicant shall be the IA security official responsible to support in coordinating and obtaining security approval for sanitization and secure handling procedures for avionics line replaceable units and STE driven by sustainment and modification programs.
The Applicant shall apply in-depth knowledge of various computer and electronic systems, from Windows and UNIX-flavored operating systems to avionics and test equipment hardware.
The Applicant shall advise and assist with implementation of DoDI 5205.11 and Department of Defense Manuals (DoDM) 5205.07, Volume 1-4 as well as JSIG regulations for SAP IA oversight and management of computer and avionics equipment.
The Applicant shall assist with IA security oversight and approval of modernization program equipment directly tied to software integration, operations and implementation schedules for new capabilities for the warfighter. All of these capabilities directly affect the maintenance and improvement of aircraft availability.
The Applicant shall support development and approval processes for PPPs, AT plans, ATO requests, and other milestone decision and design documentation reviews as required.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
A Bachelor's degree in engineering, mathematics or science related to cybersecurity plus 15 years of experience or a Master's degree plus 12 years is required.
Requires an active TS/SCI security clearance.
Applicant should meet all prerequisites necessary to enable the Government to grant a DoDI 8570 baseline certification commensurate with the position description and tasking responsibilities.
- Electronic Systems
- Microsoft Windows