IT Security Administrator - FAA
- Military veterans preferred
2020-02-14 SAIC (www.saic.com)
Atlantic City Int'l Airport New Jersey United States
SAIC is seeking a IT Security Administrator to
serve on a team of Security Analysts and Engineers to ensure that systems are
architected and executed in accordance with FAA security polices and National
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) guidance’s and recommendations.
The incumbent will:
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Air Traffic Organization (ATO)
initiatives and activities associated with assessing risk and providing
recommendations to prevent National Airspace Systems (NAS) and Non-NAS
systems from unauthorized access or sabotage, and enhancing the stability
of those systems to survive security threats in an operational
development of security authorization/ISCM packages for information
systems under the purview of the Decision Support Systems (DSS) Program
coordination and facilitation of authorization documentation, NAS Cyber
Activities, risk mitigation, and cyber defense initiatives for the
information systems under the purview of the Decision Support Systems
(DSS) Program Office.
the assessment and monitoring of information system vulnerabilities as
described in each information systems’ Plans of Action and Milestones
(POA&Ms) and facilitate remediation activities.
status reports and other documents to support management of the security
authorization/ISCM and POA&M remediation processes.
other information systems security-related support as delegated by
the Decision Support Systems (DSS) Program Office Information
Systems Security Officer (ISSO).
Master’s degree in Computer Science/Computer
Engineering/Information Science with at least 5 years of relevant experience in
cybersecurity, systems security, security authorization, system security
architecture management, or related field preferred; OR a BS degree with 10 yrs exp, OR AAS with 15. ·A strong
understanding of FISMA and NIST Special Publications, especially NIST SP 800-37
and NIST SP 800-53. ·Excellent written and
oral communication skills; attention to detail is essential. ·Proficiency with
Microsoft Office applications. ·Knowledge of system
and application security threats and vulnerabilities. ·Experience performing
security control assessments against all NIST SP 800-53 controls / families. ·Understanding of
various configuration standards such as DISA STIGs and CIS Benchmarks. ·Proper Understanding
of FIPS 199 security categorization.
· US Citizenship required with the ability to obtain and maintain a Public Trust clearance.