The Cyber Security Engineer will provide security engineering support for the design, development, fielding, and sustainment of embedded electronics systems for a variety of Army ground combat vehicle systems.
Essential Job Functions:
Lead a combined project team of government and contract employees located in many different locations while meeting directed delivery dates to meet fielding requirements.
Review ground combat vehicles systems for vulnerabilities and recommend controls.
Develop and input data into to support the Department of Defense Risk Mitigation Framework.
Coordinate with government personnel to plan, coordinate and execute penetration testing.
Lead a combined project team of government and contract employees to develop Army Acquisition Milestone Documentation.
Provide electrical, mechanical and software support to Combat Vehicle system bench planning, design, development, and execution.
Work in a team environment with our Army customer and DCS Engineers.
Develop Subject Matter Expertise on a variety of combat vehicle subsystems.
Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering with Eight - Ten years of experience.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a DoD Secret clearance.
Some exposure to Cyber or at least a willingness to work in and learn Cyber (preferable DoD RMF process).
Familiar with Systems Engineering and Software Engineering processes.
Ability to travel to various customer and contractor facilities and test centers (10% Travel).
Prior Military Experience
Familiar with DoD C4ISR Systems such as: BFT, SINCGARS, WIN-T and/or familiar with Network Operations or Tactical Intranet.
Experience with US Army Ground Combat Vehicle System Electronics Hardware and Software.
Experience in Information Assurance, Computer Security, Risk Management Framework for Ground Combat/Military Systems.