Leidos is currently looking for a Cyber Training Coordinator for Fort Gordon, GA. This position will serve under the supervision of the Chief, Cyber Training & Sustainment Branch, Training & Support Division.
- Coordinates all phases of projects including planning, initiation, execution, monitoring, control and closing.
- Using standard enterprise project management processes, tools and techniques, project scope, cost and time while managing risk, communications and quality.
- Develops, coordinates and implements project plans such as communications plan, scope management plan, time management plan, work breakdown structure, risk plan, budget plan and procurement plan.
- Owns project schedules, templates, reports, checklists and analysis tools.
- Monitors human resources and skill sets for projects to ensure project success with full allocation of resources. Ensures projects are implemented by the baseline plans.
- Develops and administers methodologies to validate Cyber Workforce job roles.
- Serves as a adviser for Cybersecurity on all technical security issues, including architecture, infrastructure, program initiatives, and best practices or standards.
- Uses broad information systems (IS) architectural principles, recognizes the need for and generates new IS engineering theories and develops highly complex IS design and operations guidance, documents, and policies.
- Performs in-depth technical analysis and provides technical, top-level advice on managing the information technology security program, in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). Recognized expert in the IS field, and often sought out by outside authorities for consultations, advice, and guidance.
- Initiates, directs, and/or conducts pioneering engineering or IS system studies that solves major unexplored issues across several engineering/IS disciplines. Coordinates with IS architects, other systems developers, and functional areas within the organization to ensure IS are properly integrated into the target architecture and transition plans.
- Provides technical advice on enterprise IT Security operational maturity to support the continuation of the organization and modernization and protection of organization employees, information, and processes.
- Performs assessments of risks and compliance efforts, and identifies, mitigates, and monitors cyber security threats.
- Identifies and tracks disaster recovery related vulnerabilities and develops remediation recommendations.
- Develops Cybersecurity policies, strategies, and tactical plans; provides assurance services in areas of information technology security; regulatory compliance oversight; IT modernization; system security; and disaster recovery.
- Builds and maintains cooperative partnerships with stakeholders to ensure compliance with Federal statutory, legislative, and regulatory cybersecurity requirements. Ensures stakeholder security requirements are identified and fully evaluated while mitigating risk of operational disruption and ensuring resilience of critical functions and business processes.
- Bachelors Degree and 2 or more years of related experience. 4 years of directly related experience will offset the degree requirements.
- Must have an active DoD Secret security clearance.
- Must be proficient in MS Office suite.
- knowledge of state-of-the-art information technology and information security techniques and systems
- High degree of communication, negotiation, and networking skills to solve problems or organizational conflicts
- Understanding and application of well-defined system cybersecurity engineering disciplines
- Thorough knowledge of Federal policies, processes, and regulations involving continuity of operations, information security, and disaster recovery, and how to mitigate risks in these areas