CACI is looking for a Cyber Security Engineer that will be working on the security engineering team supporting engineering activities and the Information Systems Security Manager (ISSM) / Information Systems Security Operator (ISSO) in a rapid development environment to support the specification, development, and application of computer security technologies, cybersecurity, and information assurance management techniques to DoD and Intelligence Community systems. This position will take the lead in helping CACI demonstrate technical innovation while preserving defenses against Advanced Persistent Threats (APT). Tasks focus on how to develop, improve, or build in regulatory and best practices for risk reduction across a broad range of enterprise wide applications, systems, networks, and their interfaces. The required support should possess credentials commensurate to and be capable of accomplishing a significant number of the IA/cybersecurity functions of a level II/III Information Assurance Workforce System Architect and Engineer (IASAE) as defined in DoD 8570.01-M.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develops and maintains enterprise Cyber Security Engineering requirements
Applies Cyber Security Engineering and Network Security Engineering expertise to optimize the enterprise protection posture
Recommends and participates in activities that prevent repeated vulnerability assessment finding
Provides and participates in technical exchange meetings
Contributes to the deliverables for work breakdown structure (WBS) elements
Develop systems design, operation, interconnection, technical documentation, testing, and troubleshooting
Supporting Assessment and Authorization (A&A) activities for DoD and Intelligence Systems in accordance with Risk Management Framework (RMF) and ICD-503 guidelines
Investigating and evaluating existing technologies and proposing approaches for implementing security architectures
Analyzing and implementing security controls
Translating security requirements into technical requirements and architectures needed to develop these technologies
Participate in kick-off meetings to register systems with security stakeholders
Performing vulnerability assessments to validate system compliance with DISA Security Technical Information Guidelines (STIGs)
Conducting vulnerability scans to detect vulnerabilities
Conducting security test events to achieve accreditation milestones
Working with program teams to identify, remediate, or justify security findings
Assess the security and/or vulnerability of deployed systems using tools and adversary Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs)
Ensuring enhancements to existing systems provide equal or improved security features and safeguards
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/Technical discipline and at least ten (10) years of applicable experience & professional certifications mandatory (Advanced degree and at least six (6) years of experience); applicable years of experience considered in lieu of degree
Active TS/SCI security clearance
Experience in DoD and Intelligence Community assessment and authorization processes and procedures
Experience selecting and implementing security countermeasures
Experience conducting and assessing vulnerability scans and vulnerability remediation
Security policy definition and refinement
Technical documentation development
Achieving and maintaining DISA STIG and IAVA compliance
Experience with federal and national Cybersecurity policies, IA standard security principles, and industry best practices
Knowledge of Information Assurance and Information Operations technologies and development activities
Trusted operating systems and environments
Excellent problem solving skills, judgment, and analytical capability, along with follow-up and monitoring skills
Strong communication skills (oral and written) and presentation skills
Team player with a proactive attitude and the ability to be productive in a dynamic/collaborative environment
Strong interpersonal, organization, and teambuilding skills
Ability to assist with other traditional systems engineering tasks such as CONOPS, requirements, and systems level testing
What We Can Offer You:
- We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.
- Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.
- We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.
- We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.
- For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.