Job ID: 2014270
Location: WASHINGTON DC, DC, United States
Date Posted: Sep 1, 2020
Subcategory: Cyber Eng/Archt
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: TS/SCI
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: TS/SCI
Potential for Remote Work: No
SAIC is seeking candidates to support United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM), including Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) with a focus on survivability, interoperability, reliability, cybersecurity, maintenance, and maintenance upgrades. The successful candidate will be part of the SAIC team, incorporating agile development and operations methodologies and best practices through repeatable agile approach to capabilities assessments and modeling systems in a cost-effective way to explore and document requirements, system characteristics, and capabilities to address reliability, maintainability, quality, supportability, interoperability, and both organizational and technical requirements.
The candidate for this position provides technical analysis and capabilities solutions to a wide range of difficult problems where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors through imaginative, thorough, and practicable solutions, consistent with organization objectives.
Cyber Engineer/Architect Senior Principle:
Develop a program Plan (including as Test Plan) that provides additional detail on each of the proposed approaches outlined above.
Perform a thorough analysis of the available data, detail the data formats that the proposed visualization model will ingest. Indicate the availability and sensitivity of this data, and any other potential limitations that might prevent its use in this project. Identify data certification methods and recommend improvements to the CIANA model (confidentiality, integrity, availability, non-repudiation, and authentication).
Build a fully integrated perceptual analysis framework and test this framework against a dataset selected in collaboration with the project sponsor. The purpose of this deliverable is to show how and overarching model might work with unclassified datasets against a surrogate problem.
Develop and test an operational prototype perceptualization framework designed to meet the sponsor’s requirements. This test will be designed to test sponsor provided data on an unclassified network to demonstrate how the fully integrated system would work in practice.
Develop a transition plan that will enable the capability to be tested, certified, sustained and maintained by the sponsor of by the program office that the sponsor chooses. Detail how the capability will be updated as new versions of the capability become available. Detail the process by which the upgrades and systems improvements will be certified to work on DoD networks.
Evaluate and provide comparative analysis on possible capability used elsewhere in the Government that meets sponsor requirements and objectives. Performer shall work with the Service Laboratories (e.g. AFRL, ARL and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for capabilities in late stages of development and identify remaining requirements to evolve capability into production ready tools.
Non-traditional cybersecurity methods Asymmetric Warfare
Background in NC3
Cyber and IT requirements
Inter-agency cyber testing and implementation
COCOM-level cyber experience
Domain specific research scientist. As needed specialized knowledge and experience in risk analysis, requirements and solution analysis, modeling, CONOPs development, alternatives identification, interoperability and performance risks, survivability risks, interoperability risks, and mitigation through technology. Experience in mapping capabilities for risk reduction models/formulas. Expert in research and analysis techniques and assessments.
Provides industry-leading Technical, USSTRATCOM, and Nuclear Domain expertise as part-time SMEs delivered from our Innovation Factory when the need arrives. Will support the additional operational and technical insights and analysis throughout the assessment, including supporting workshops, requirements and solution analysis, modeling, and CONOPs development, to ensure continuous exploration of operational requirements and how they can be linked to technical requirements.
Evaluates and provides recommended solution sets for future capabilities necessary to protect system and software solution capabilities to address reliability, maintainability, quality, supportability, interoperability, and both organizational and technical requirements.
Provides in depth Research experience and expertise with focus on future software capabilities throughout the range of the OSI model to include assessing optimization, vulnerability, validation and prototyping, including addressing uncertainty, alternatives analysis, metric development, CONOPs analysis, model analysis, and simulation.
TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: PhD, with 15 years or a Master’s Degree with 20 or more years’ experience,
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