The Cybersecurity Project Manager will manage projects and assist other project managers with projects supporting the engineering and operation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Network Operations Security Center (NOSC). NOSC projects include, but are not limited to, engineering projects such as building out a new capability; starting, improving, and transitioning services; auditing and compliance, such as attaining/maintaining Authority-to-Operate (ATO); and upgrading infrastructure or transitioning to the cloud. NOSC projects can also encompass adding subscribers to cybersecurity services and developing new operational capabilities.
Develop detailed project plans for resourcing time, funding, materials, and people
Keep a well-managed repository of project documentation
Lead and manage engineering and/or operations resources for each project
Develop, review, and update project and other documentation as needed
Build and maintain team and federal government customer relations for consistent and timely communication of dependencies, issues, challenges, and progress
Plan, gather, and update artifacts and documentation for future Cybersecurity Service Provider (CSP) audits, ATO renewals, etc.
Provide regular reporting to internal program management and the customer in the form of meetings, standardized deliverables, reports, presentations
Develop and improve processes for accomplishing project work
Strong project management skills as evidenced by degree/certification and previous projects successfully completed
BS degree and 8 – 12 years of prior relevant experience.
Strong oral and written communications skills, including experience writing and delivering status reports, meeting minutes capture, project documentation, presentations, as well as leading meetings, stakeholder discussions, etc.
Strong multitasking skills and attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects and/or technically complex projects
Minimum four years’ experience in IT engineering, information system security management, and/or operations in a cybersecurity SOC or NOSC environment
Minimum eight years of project management
Demonstrated ability in Microsoft Project®
Familiarity with Splunk or other SIEMs
CISSP, CISM, or equivalent
PMP or equivalent, e.g. DOD or DHS project/program management certification, or project management bachelor’s/master’s degree from accredited institution
Knowledge of standard security controls per National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-53
Knowledge and experience in Confluence, Jira, Maestro, and/or ServiceNow, particularly project management, ticket management, and asset management modules.
Project management experience with a U.S. federal customer, especially DHS
Experience using Splunk to ingest, evaluate, and report on logs and other data feeds
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