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Cyber Security Engineer (NIST 800 series, NEI 08-09, NEI 13-10)

Carrollton, Texas, United States
November 17, 2016

The ideal candidate will work under the direction of the Cyber Security Engineering Manager, and will lead the development and execution of remediation plans and techniques for a wide variety of critical digital assets (CDAs) and systems across multiple nuclear power plants.

The candidate will be responsible for:

•Analyzing critical digital systems and assets to determine their current state of compliance with applicable regulatory controls.

•Performing complex planning and analysis to determine what tools, technologies, processes, and physical controls can be put in place to achieve maximum compliance with applicable regulatory controls.

•Developing countermeasures and procedural alternate controls for legacy systems that cannot support modern cyber security technologies.

•Developing detailed on-site implementation procedures and regression testing procedures to roll out cyber security technologies.

•Working closely with internal project management and the client to coordinate the remediation efforts and communicate plans of actions and milestones.

•Collaborating on-site with the client to lead them through the critical roll out of the remediation technologies and processes.

•Develop compliance documentation representing the end-state compliance with regulatory controls.

•Supporting the continued growth of the cyber security department by conducting online and in-person seminars and workshops to demonstrate the value of cyber security potential clients, identifying and pursuing follow-on/add-on opportunities with existing clients, and identifying and pursuing new business opportunities in adjacent verticals.

Required Experience/Traits:

•Eight (8) to ten (10) years of experience in the field of cyber security engineering and integration of cyber security technologies.

•Knowledge of nuclear industry cyber security standards such as: NIST 800 series, NEI 08-09, NEI 13-10, etc.

•Experience with configuring, testing, and delivering cyber security equipment and software including but not limited to firewalls, network intrusion detection systems, SIEM solutions, Windows Group Policies, application whitelisting tools, and malicious code prevention.

•Experience working within a formal systems engineering process-driven environment, and maintaining configuration management of all work products.

Desired Experience/Traits:

•Demonstrated ability to complete assigned tasks on-time and within budget in a results-driven environment.

•Ability to interface and collaborate with clients, peers, regulatory agencies, other departments and all levels of management to develop and improve solutions, and to build and maintain rapport and relationships.

•Ability to complete multiple projects/assignments concurrently while adjusting to changing priorities.

•Proficiency with PC applications, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.

•Ability to integrate work across relevant areas, manage risks and safety appropriately, develop and execute business plans, manage information, and provide exceptional service to internal and external customers.

•Strong ethics, interpersonal skills, flawless communication skills, and the ability to effectively manage stress and engage in continuous learning.

Education and Certifications:

•Bachelor's degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) discipline; identified skills and experience with preference to a STEM degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, and/or Information Assurance from an accredited institution or related specialized field.

•Security+ or other relevant information assurance certifications (SANS, EC-Council, etc.) desired.