Leidos is looking for a Task Order Manager to lead a Task Order associated with a large opportunity for Leidos supporting operations for Integrated Information & Cyber Security Services including Enterprise Operations, End User Support, Software Engineering, Cloud technologies and Cyber Security. The Task Order Manager is responsible for the cost, schedule, and technical performance and will serve as the single customer point-of-contact within the program office for management and technical matters and contract-level issues associated with the Task Order. He/she will provide the planning, direction, coordination, and control necessary to accomplish all operational requirements and manage and oversee all activities performed by the program team, including subcontractors, to satisfy the contract requirements.
This position involves leading the task order for a large IT program in support of the DoE National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). The successful candidate will work closely with the Cyber task order team, other program teams, leadership, and external stakeholders to ensure the task order is successful.
Responsibilities include the following:
• Define policies for managerial, integration, and logistical aspects of cybersecurity programs
• Support analysis and develop cybersecurity recommendations to address ongoing and emerging issues
• Ensure all cybersecurity processes are documented. Conduct process analysis. Provide recommendations for process improvements, and for ways to consistently apply processes across locations.
• Conduct Assessment & Authorization (A&A) and/or Risk Management Framework activities as directed
• Assist the AO and ISSM in developing and maintaining cybersecurity documentation. This will include personnel performing as an ISSM or ISSO for duties and responsibilities across multiple systems.
• Assist the AO and ISSM to develop corrective action plans, receive approval, and track implementation of corrective actions in designated tool.
• Respond to data calls and other reporting requirements using prescribed NNSA tools and proposing new and innovative tools and solutions where appropriate.
• Support and participate in projects to provide recommendations IAW NNSA SD 415.1
• Provide Cybersecurity Policy Subject Matter Leadership in the area of Cybersecurity Governance policy and enterprise Standards including the review and comment on Governance related issues via the RevCom and governance processes.
• User specified eGRC tool to gather and present relevant data to supporting reporting, including Archer dashboard for PEMP related metrics where appropriate extracts and reviews for each performance evaluation cycle.
• Active TOP SECRET clearance and/or U.S. Department of Energy Q clearance
• Experience with cybersecurity metrics, inspection metrics, and enterprise risk management measures via dashboard for situational awareness
• Experience assesings the implementation of cybersecurity policies focused on oversight and governance by Federal staff at NNSA site offices
• Experience reviewing site cybersecurity policy implementation for compliance
• Experience maintaining a Cybersecurity Improvement Plan which consists of approve mitigations; participates in self-assessments and surveys; implement and track corrective action plans for all reportable findings.
• Excellent communication skills with experience briefing all levels of stakeholders
• Requires a BA/BS or equivalent experience and 8+ years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 6+ years or prior relevant experience. Generally has 4+ years of experience supervising or leading teams or projects.
• PMP certification
• DOE site experience strongly preferred
• ITIL IV Certification
• Experience in both Classified and Unclassified operations
• Experience managing larger cyber projects on a 100M annual program
• SIAM experience
• Experience within an Managed Services environment
• Experience will all aspects of project management (Specifically contracts, proposals, staffing, team development, financial, risk)
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Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, civil, and health markets. The company’s 43,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $12.30 billion for the fiscal year ended January 1, 2021. For more information, visit www.Leidos.com.
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