SAIC seeks a Cyber Security Engineering SME/Project Lead to serve as subject matter expert ensuring evolving cyber resilience and cyber security requirements are accounted for in current DoD Acquisition Engineering policy and guidance; as well as assist the development of System Security Engineer competency for the Acquisition Engineering workforce.
Candidate works across the customer and contractor team to lead development of a body of knowledge, assessment of current DoD guidance, and identification of the associated workforce competencies.
This multi-year project strives to examine DoD's Cybersecurity and Engineering policies and standards for engineering cyber resilient weapon systems for implementation consistency; create a nominal Cyber-Resilient Weapon Systems (CRWS) enterprise-level activities framework; identify the associated technical competencies needed to achieve and implement CRWS engineering throughout the acquisition life-cycle; access current training and gaps.
Given unique nature of this requirement, this project will develop a CRWS Body of Knowledge (CRWS BoK). CWRS BoK will be developed using a machine-learning-based lexical analysis framework to ensure a dynamic, continuously-updated knowledge base that is relevant and useful to engineers and weapons systems programs. Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline or related field
- Minimum of 15 years of technical experience in the areas of Cybersecurity, System Security Engineering, and/or Software Assurance
- Prior experience working in a staff role, preferably at the OSD level
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in a team lead role, managing a complex and diverse team
- Strong project management skills ensuring appropriate resource allocation, prioritization of tasking, and schedule management
- Ability to understand requirements and envision the end-state to guide team through product design, development, and implementation
- Experience coaching, mentoring and training, goal setting/tracking and performance feedback
- Minimum of 5 years of Acquisition or Engineering experience supporting DoD programs of record
- Possess communications and leadership skills with demonstrated ability to provide long-term guidance and solutions
- Possess strong analytical, problem-solving, prioritization, task management and organizational skills
- Must have and be able to maintain an Secret security clearance and higher
- Master's degree in an engineering discipline or related field
- Knowledge of DOD acquisition life cycle, policy and guidance; specifically DAG Chapter 3 and 9; ISO/IEC 15288
- Background and capability in the following types of areas: Software Engineering, Agile software development, Embedded Software, Software Design, Risk Management Framework, Software Security, Systems Integration, Software Testing
- Familiarity with: SEBoK and SWEBoK, and Department of Defense Adaptive Acquisition Framework (AAF).
My SAIC Benefits.