SAIC has a contingent job opportunity and is seeking qualified personnel for an exciting position in Washington, D.C. SAIC will support the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) cybersecurity mission to ensure HHS can actively protect the vital health information with which it is entrusted, respond to existing and emerging cybersecurity threats, and continue to enhance the program to ensure HHS has the capability and capacity to respond to new and emerging requirements, technologies and threats. If you are interested in working in this dynamic environment, please review the job description and requirements below and then let us hear from you.
Security Operations provides the Department of Health and Human Services and its Operating Divisions with cyber security solution and systems, Trusted Internet Connection (TIC), and HHS-wide security incident response coordination functions that include threat analysis and information sharing efforts. The Enterprise Security Tool and Infrastructure Management (STIM) branch deploys, operates, and maintains all the systems and infrastructure needed to support Security Operations.
The STIM Team Leader will oversee personnel, resources, and services to deploy, operate, administer, troubleshoot, update, secure, and maintain all Client Security tools, systems, software, and infrastructure. Will support networking and security devices, circuits, automated systems, servers, client computers, applications, databases, voice systems, helpdesk support, asset and inventory management, and field technical support responsibilities.
The STIM Team Leader will be responsible for supporting:
Cyber Security Infrastructure Management
Cybersecurity Networks and Systems Administration
HHS Security Data Warehouse (HSDW)
Cybersecurity Architect Support
The STIM mission lifecycle includes:
- Architecture, solutioning, and deployment planning
- Installation (planning, diagramming, cabling, configuration)
- System operations and maintenance (O&M)
Manage personnel, resources, and services to deploy, operate, administer, troubleshoot, update, secure, and maintain all OCISO systems, software, and infrastructure.
Support networking and security devices, circuits, automated systems, servers, client computers, applications, databases, voice systems, helpdesk support, asset and inventory management, and field technical support responsibilities.
This position requires broad knowledge of systems, network, storage, security, telephony, tools, application, web application and policy experience.
Work will be conducted in a 24/7/365 environment. This position supports normal business hours, however there might be an occasion where extended hours may be necessary.
Bachelor's degree in relevant technical field or equivalent experience with six (6+) years of cybersecurity experience including lead/management experience.
Experience with some or all of the following:
Windows System Administration
Linux System Administration
Enterprise Firewalls preferably Palo Alto
Knowledge of FISMA
Knowledge of NIST
Experience with operating systems, tools, applications, workstations, servers, and virtualization technologies. Understanding of daily and weekly system administration processes like patching, updates, planning for small and large system changes.
This position requires a Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) clearance.
Experience working within the Department of Health & Human Services
One or more industry standard cybersecurity certifications, e.g.CISSP-ISSAP, CISSP-ISSEP, CISSP is preferred.
PMP certification a plus.
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