The Information Systems Security Engineer provides feedback to design engineers and evaluates end-to-end systems and systems-oriented products through their entire life cycles, Conducts research and evaluates technical performance of software products and overall segments and systems.
Assists in preparing zero spare analysis reports for new contracts and submits them to their Manager for review prior to the start of a contract; work areas and the general appearance of the office are to be clean, orderly and all systems are to be functional.
Utilizing travel demand modeling software, such as TransCAD, to estimate future growth of new or modified corridors. Potential applications include travel demand modeling for widened routes, new corridors and/or interchanges, or saturated conditions.
The Black Belt Quality Systems Engineer has overall quality system implementation, assessment, and improvement responsibilities including: raw material inspection process, production product flow, engineering design transfer, project team management, and project deliverables.
The successful candidates will have demonstrated education and experience (preferred though not required) in the areas of system requirements management, system design development, system integration, and test.
Provide information systems security engineering (ISSE) life cycle support to the government in accordance with the principles delineated in NIST SP 800-27, Engineering Principles for Information Technology Security (A Baseline for Achieving Security), Revision A), the DoD RMF, and other applicable directives.