The successful candidate will be expected to communicate and work closely with process and system owners, information technology management, Cyber peers, Program Office technical/management staff and other C2BMC Functional Areas to ensure the relevance of architecture and system designs in implementing program IA requirements. The Cybersecurity Engineer will work collaboratively across the Cyber Development, Cyber Engineering and Cyber Ops teams. The Cybersecurity Engineer will perform Cyber Products analysis, troubleshooting and anomaly resolution in the field. The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of 8500.2 and SP 800-53 controls throughout various phases of the RMF authorization lifecycle. Duties on an as-needed basis include: technical documentation, surge support for authorization packages in eMASS, assessing IA vulnerabilities, engineering responses for system POA&Ms, conducting risk analysis for Risk Acceptance Requests (RARs) and providing Cyber support to the C2BMC program and customer meetings.
Background Experience Required:
Number Of Year Required:9
The position requires a strong working knowledge of IA concepts such as patch management, two-factor authentication, host-based security, intrusion detection, security event management and defense-in-depth. Must have experience in IA requirement generation, IA architecture design, IA audit tools and IA compliance for mission systems. Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to support complex organizational relationships, technical document preparation and verbal communication skills are required for presentation of technical IA issues and reports to senior government and military officials. Desired experience hardening Windows and Linux servers and workstations in accordance with GPOs, IAVMs and STIGs.
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Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.