Program Protection Systems Engineer

Less than 5 years experience  • 

Salary depends on experience
Posted on 04/18/18
Hanscom Afb, MA
Less than 5 years experience
Salary depends on experience
Posted on 04/18/18

Requisition Number 2018-7252

Overview

Provide Engineering support to the Joint STARS program office, which is within the Battle Management Directorate at Hanscom AFB, MA.

Qualifications     

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.

  • Experience in reviewing and writing technical documentation and reports.

  • Demonstrated critical thinking skills.

  • Proactive and responsive team member.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Demonstrated skill in using Microsoft Office tools for documentation and presentation creation.

  • Ability to clearly record and coordinate working group discussions, decisions and action items

  • Ability to research and document requirements back to DoD/USAF sources so that the program is using current guidance

  • Strong oral and written communication skills required
  • Must be able to work independently on tasks relevant to the basic contract without assistance from other contractor employees.
  • Candidate must have an active US security clearance
  • (Desirable) Basic familiarity with the concepts of systems engineering, program protection within the Federal/DoD acquisition process, critical program information (CPI) identification, and critical component (CC) identification

  • (Desirable) More than two (2) years of experience in DoD/USAF acquisition

  • (Desirable) CompTIA Security+ (SY0-401) certification or similar certification

     Travel required:

    Travel to numerous CONUS locations and potentially overseas. Travel approximately 10 percent per month.

Responsibilities

  • Collect and maintain existing program protection milestone documentation and artifacts.

  • Develop, review, update, and coordinate the approval of division program protection documentation, strategies and plans. This includes but is not restricted to the Program Protection Plan and its several appendices.

  • Request, analyze, and respond to program threat analysis reports.

  • Provide schedule coordination for program protection documentation.

  • Provide technical review for division documentation.

  • Proactively adjust program protection efforts to meet newly identified threats.

  • Review related Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) submissions and coordinate feedback/comment including but not restricted to the Program Protection Implementation Plan (PPIP), various Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) key practices, Hardware/Firmware/Software development plans, Risk Management Framework (RMF) packages, cybersecurity boundaries and interfaces, counterfeit prevention plans and others.

  • Collaborate with and support program RMF and other cybersecurity efforts.

  • Provide organizational support to the SSWG, ensuring meetings are concise, productive and documented, as well as coordinating taskings and facilitating resolutions to program protection issues.

  • Proactively ensure that program protection efforts are applied appropriately throughout the life cycle; from concept through design, manufacture, test, delivery, sustainment and disposal.

  • Identify program protection risks, coordinate their documentation and mitigation.

  • Proactively keep division leadership informed of program protection risks and status.

Not the right job?
Join Ladders to find it.
With a free Ladders account, you can find the best jobs for you and be found by over 20,0000 recruiters.