IA/Cyber Security Network Engineer

Company Name:
The Computer Merchant, Ltd.
Reference # : 14-06677 Title : IA/Cyber Security Network Engineer
Category: Information Technology
Location : Aurora, CO
Position Type : Contract
Experience Level : 4 Years Start Date / End Date : 10/27/2014 / 03/27/2015
Implement network hardening based on DISA STIGs for Cisco Nexus, Catalyst, ASA, and Access Control System (Client) devices - Providing security engineering support for technical implementation of security solutions comprised of COTS, FOSS, & custom products - Follow established program security engineering policies, processes & procedures - Apply security standards, principles, theories, concepts & techniques to solve problems - Ensure completion of assigned project milestones as directed by immediate supervisor - Participate in the development & review of Engineering Change Requests, to include participation in Change Management Boards at multiple program levels - Participate in the technical interchange meetings with the team members & other program personnel, & represent the organization in matters pertaining to his/her functional area - Applying knowledge of current IA policies as a contributor to the architecture & design of secure solutions to customer needs & requirements - Participate in program Engineering Change Proposal development - Participate in risk & opportunity analysis, tracking & mitigation - Preparing, writing, & presenting trade studies, cost benefit analysis, reports & briefings as required - Ensure compliance with all company safety requirements
Required Skills:
- 4+ years of cyber security engineering & security compliance experience with a proven track record of increasing responsibilities - Strong network engineering skills and hands on experience with the following Cisco products: Access Control System (Client), Nexus, Catalyst, &/or ASA firewalls - Hands on familiarity with SNMP/SNMP v3 - Experience configuring networking devices to use syslog & Unix syslog facilities - Demonstrated experience with implementing & managing National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST) security policies & standards, including DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) - Demonstrated experience in security engineering processes & techniques - Demonstrated experience in conducting security engineering, analytical, & problem solving activities with structured problem solving techniques - Demonstrated experience establishing & maintaining working relationship with all levels of the organization, including customers, users, & other peer groups - Demonstrated experience in working in dynamic environments requiring ability to assess & prioritize tasks, managing time & resources to meet assigned deadlines - Demonstrated leadership experience with excellent interpersonal skills - Excellent written & oral communication skills, including presentation skills - Availability to travel
Desired Skills:
- Hands on experience with NetMRI, WhatsUpGold or Orion SolarWinds - Scripting skills (e.g. Python, Ruby, Expect, Cisco Tool Command Language (TCL)) - Experience in satellite command, control & communications, and/or network architecture - Experience & technical knowledge in satellite ground systems - Network engineer (Cisco) or systems administrator experience (Windows, Linux) - Experience in systems engineering, life-cycle management, & engineering change proposal processes - Experience with the Microsoft Office
Required Education (including Major):
B.S./B.A. in Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Systems Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Computer Systems Engineering, EE.
In lieu of a degree, 12 years equivalent experience is required.
Certifications: Cisco Certified Network Professional or Associate (CCNP/CCNA), CISSP, CISM or CISA desired

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