Information Operations Engineer

Location: Keyport, WA
Date Posted: 08-17-2015
CJSeto Support Services (CJS), a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is pursuing a requirement 
with the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, WA (NUWC Keyport) In-Service Engineering (ISE)
Department.  The ISE Department is responsible for life-cycle system support, including the development, maintenance and/or support of a variety of In-Service Engineering tactical and non-tactical systems. CJS is looking to provide technical services in the development and system life-cycle support through system development, software application development, software modification, software support, system integration and systems administration. Services provided under this task order will be performed as part of a government/contractor Software Application Development and Support Team. The services provided by the Information Operations Engineer will apply to a number of existing programs and projects, as well as similar programs, projects or work efforts that may arise or require contractor support. Each of these may have their own funding sources and Government staffing and management teams.
 
Perform advanced vulnerability assessment and analysis of systems and applications during all phases of the system life cycle:
  • Analyze developed and procured software code for security vulnerabilities
  • Conduct penetration testing of software and evaluate security programs
  • Perform information operations support; including cyber security engineering for applications and systems and the review and evaluation of cyber security related policies, practices and procedures
 
Qualification Requirements
 
Experience:
  • A minimum of four years of experience performing advanced information operations/cyber security functions that include performing advanced vulnerability assessment(s) and analysis of systems and applications for security vulnerabilities with or without automated tools.
  • Ability to analyze developed and procured software code for security vulnerabilities and/or conduct penetration testing of software with or without automated tools may be specified by Technical Instruction (TI).
 
Certifications: Awarded and current certification(s) sufficient to be designated an Information Assurance
Technician (IAT) Level II or higher in accordance with DoD 8570 requirements.
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