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Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems, Inc. is seeking an Information Security Compliance and Assessment Specialist to join a U.S. Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration contract in Las Vegas, NV, or Albuquerque, NM. In this role, you will serve as a Quality and Compliance Advisor on all matters involving the security of internal information systems. You will have the detailed knowledge and expertise required to provide management with the information and tools to ensure conformance to requirements and improve information assurance quality processes of the organization. You will identify and define areas of non-conformance to requirements and security policies and procedures through ongoing monitoring and assessments. - Ensuring the implementation of DOE and NNSA cyber security policies and procedures for information systems - Performing process and system evaluations (assessments) to ensure compliance with established policies, processes, procedures, and applicable standards - Validating security control assessments results - Performing a variety of technical and administrative activities related to the function of QA (auditing), including, but not limited to, scheduling, checklist development, report writing, facilitating root cause/lessons learned analysis, and internal/external presentations - Compiling, analyzing, and reporting on findings of non-compliance and providing recommendations for improvement - Capturing and maintaining plans of action and milestones on findings of non-compliance - Tracking and escalating unresolved non-compliance issues and corrective and preventative action plans to closure - Validating cyber security tests and assessments are conducted in accordance with established policies and procedures - Formally and informally presents information in group and individual settings
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2362
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems is seeking a SOC Shift Lead to support the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration in Las Vegas, Nevada.    The candidate will be a team leader as part of an enterprise Security Operations Center (SOC) working in a 24x7 operational environment.  This position requires daily interaction with management, security personnel at customer sites, and government personnel with other federal agencies.  Applicant must be a positive, flexible, self-starter requiring minimal direct supervision, and able to excel as a leader in the fast-paced cybersecurity industry.  Previous cybersecurity supervisory or management experience is a requirement. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills are a necessity; including the ability to effectively communicate via written and verbal mediums.  Excellent business and technical writing skills are a must.  Shift leads are responsible for the administrative and technical delivery of a team of up to five shift analysts.  Position may include up to 10% travel both locally and nationwide.  Applicants must be detail-oriented, self-driven, and be able to multi-task on a high-tempo operational team.   Duties and Responsibilities:   Provide other services to include, but not limited to: - Direct supervision of a team of experienced Intrusion Analysts - Administrative and scheduling support for a team of up to five direct reports - Triage of alerts in support of network security monitoring operations - Review and analyze network packet capture files - Review and analyze IDS/IPS alerts  - Review of security vulnerability data - Utilize threat hunting techniques to proactively identify threat activity - Identification, review, and tracking of malicious code - Reporting malicious activity to customer sites - Provide customers with remediation recommendations - Review and management of incident response activity - Serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) within the team for an identified area of technical expertise - Develop use of new services, technology, and products - Conduct training and coaching sessions for junior team members - Creation, review, and approval of new procedural documentation - Other duties as assigned - Travel up to 10%
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2361
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems is seeking to hire a Tier 2 Intrusion Analyst to support a federal government customer in Las Vegas, Nevada.   The candidate will be an experienced senior technical member of a Security Operations Center (SOC) working in a 24x7 operational environment.  This position requires daily interaction with management, security personnel at customer sites, and government personnel with other federal agencies.  Applicant must be a positive, flexible, driven, self-starter requiring no direct supervision, with the capability to exceed in a fast-paced cybersecurity industry. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are a necessity; including the ability to effectively communicate via written and verbal mediums.  Strong documentation skills are a requirement, as senior analysts are responsible for standardizing operational procedure.  Developed and demonstrated business and technical writing skills are a must.  Tier 2 intrusion analysts must possess senior level technical ability and serve as a subject matter experts within the team.  Position may include up to 10% travel both locally and nationwide.  Applicants must be demonstrably detail-oriented, self-driven, and be able to multi-task on a high-tempo operational team.   Duties and responsibilities:   Employ computer network defense best practice by monitoring, triaging, and responding to cybersecurity alerts within a dynamic operational work environment.  Communicate with customer contacts to effectively relay time-sensitive security event and incident information. Review work of junior team members and provide technical coaching and guidance.  Research emerging threats and apply proactive investigative measures to predict actions by adversarial threat actors.  Develop and maintain in-depth knowledge of industry trends, vulnerability releases, adversarial TTPs, and malware campaigns.  Translate investigative results into threat indicators and custom behavioral signatures within intrusion prevention and detection systems. Continually learn and evolve as a member of a team of highly motivated cybersecurity professionals.   Provide other services to include, but not limited to: - Triage of alerts in support of network security monitoring operations - Review and analyze network packet capture files - Review and analyze IDS/IPS alerts  - Review of security vulnerability data - Utilize threat hunting techniques to proactively identify threat activity - Identification, review, and tracking of malicious code - Reporting malicious activity to customer sites - Provide customers with remediation recommendations - Review and management of incident response activity - Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) within team based on an identified area of technical expertise. - Development of new services, technology, and products - Creation of procedural documentation - Other duties as assigned - Travel up to 10%
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2360
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems is seeking to hire a Security Operations Center (SOC) Manager to support a government customer in Las Vegas, Nevada. The candidate will be responsible for supervision of a team of Intrusion Analysts working in a 24x7 shift environment, as well as other analysts.  The position requires interaction with security personnel at customer sites, various levels of management, and outside agencies.  Position will include approximately 15% travel, local and nationwide.  Applicants must be positive, flexible, self-starter requiring minimal supervision, and able to excel in a fast-paced environment.  Communication skills are critical with the ability to verbalize and provide documentation to both technical and non-technically audiences.  Applicants must be detail-oriented and have the ability to multi-task effectively.  Applicant must possess strong knowledge of current intrusion analysis tools and methodologies, and current cyber threats and exploitation methodologies. - Oversee quality and prioritize research and analysis efforts of 24x7 Security Operations Center. - Coordinate activities and requirements with Security Engineering staff. - Provide oversight and leadership to Cyber Threat Assessment Cell. - Perform Incident Management and Incident Handling activities. - Develop, implement, and monitor pertinent metrics for security operations. - Develop pertinent policies and procedures as needed. - Coordinate research of system and process enhancements. - Interact with government and contractor personnel across the Enterprise. - Identify and procure pertinent tools and equipment for SOC operations. - Perform periodic audit of various functional team products for completeness and accuracy. - Develop and deliver periodic reports to Federal customers. - Provide oversight of formal customer site communications. - Facilitate staff training and development. - Provide staff scheduling management in a 24x7 operational environment. - Other duties as assigned.
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2357
Job Locations US
Criterion Systems is seeking a mission-focusedDevOps Engineer to support and contribute to our government customer’s success in Northern Virginia. The individual in this position must be a motivated team player that strives for professional and technical excellence.   Responsibilities:  - Design, develop, code, test, and debug complex new software products, or make significant enhancements to existing software. - Analyze, design and develop tests and test-automation suites. - Design and develop a processing platform using various configuration management technologies. - Test software development methodology in an agile environment. - Provide ongoing maintenance, support and enhancements in existing systems and platforms. - Collaborate cross-functionally with data scientists, analyst, project managers and other engineers Troubleshoots complex problems and provides customer support for software. systems and application issues. - Provide recommendations for continuous improvement. - Work alongside other engineers on the team to sustain and advance our organization’s capabilities.
Clearance Requirement
Top Secret/SCI/with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2355
Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
Criterion Systems is seeking a mission-focusedProposal Writer/Coordinator to support and contribute to our government customer’s success in Vienna, VA. The individual in this position must be a motivated team player that strives for professional and technical excellence.   Responsibilities: - Manage all aspects of proposal volume development (writing, editing, graphics, production efforts, etc.) from assignment and receipt of RFP through delivery and receipt by the customer. - Analyze solicitations (RFP, RFQ, RFI, etc.) and create detailed proposal plans, schedule outline, timelines, and compliance matrix for assigned pursuits. - Write sections or the entire proposal, depending on the nature of the tasks required. - Interface with internal company resources and teaming partners throughout the solicitation process to coordinate strategies, approaches, and deliverables. - Coordinate and lead major project meeting events such as kick-off meetings, solution strategy meetings, Pink, Red, and Gold Team reviews, while arranging facilities, communicating with participants, and preparing necessary materials. - Lead effective storyboarding and development of strategic win themes and discriminators. - Facilitate proposal-related strategy sessions, including SWOTs, Black Hats, Win Themes, Strategy Sessions, etc. - Maintain proposal knowledge base, capture lessons learned, and implement improvements to the proposal process and content. - Prepare and present oral and written reports. - Provide leadership and work guidance to other personnel. - Formalize proposal processes and develop standardized templates. - Responsibilities may include managing, tasking, and overseeing consultants and/or independent contractors.
Clearance Requirement
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2354
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
We are seeking a Cybersecurity SME to support our U.S. Department of Transportation customer in Washington, DC.  The successful candidate will serve as an authoritative resource for the Maritime Administration (MARAD) agency relative to maritime cybersecurity policy development, supporting numerous agency and interagency cybersecurity programs, identifying and championing needed improvements to security programs, and maintaining robust contacts with the maritime industry to provide cybersecurity-related support and assistance. This person will support and assist with cybersecurity and IT/OT security compliance of MARAD NSMV and RRF Recapitalization cybersecurity programs.   This will include but is not limited to supporting cybersecurity in the system engineering process, security assessments and other audits requests, Information System Continuous Monitoring (ISCM), contingency planning, and training, and supporting Risk Management Framework (RMF) task(s) in accordance with NIST Special Publication 800-37, DOT policies, and the DOD Risk Management Framework. The following are descriptions of additional requirements of the support: - Plan, implement, operate, monitor, report, and develop policies on all facets of IT and OT cybersecurity in support of the MARAD Associate Administrator for Strategic Sealift and Office of Maritime Security, while seeking assistance from and informing the MARAD CIO’s office. - Encourage MARAD and maritime industry implementation of appropriate maritime cybersecurity mitigation strategies. - Work closely with cybersecurity subject matter experts to determine the impact of maritime cybersecurity events and promote the implementation of corrective actions to be integrated with Maritime Cybersecurity Policy. - Work closely with MARAD’s Office of Ship Operations to help ensure that MARAD's government owned vessels and shore support establishment are prepared for continuous operations in support of the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and other Government Departments, Agencies, and organizations. - Support Office of Ship Operations assessments, audits, exercises, site visits, training and information development for contracted Ship Managers, and other commercial and government ship operators. - Assist in the mitigation / remediation process, following corrective action plans approved by MARAD leadership i.e., Contracting Officer (CO), Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), and/or Task Area - Provide cybersecurity expertise to support cybersecurity in the system engineering process formally known as the System’s Development Life Cycle (SDLC) including supporting processing for Security Assessment and Authorization (SA&A), and Information System Continuous Monitoring (ISCM). - Assist the System Owner, Information Owner, and ISSM in recording all known security weaknesses of assigned information systems in the Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M’s) in accordance with DOT policy, guides, and procedures. - Develop Draft Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&M) for observed control level deficiencies or gaps and control implementation(s) in accordance with DOT policy, guides and procedures. See Deliverables Table - Support the information system contingency planning process in accordance with NIST SP 800-34 Revision (Current), Guide to Test, Training and Exercise Programs for Information Technology Plans and Capabilities and ensure contingency plan test exercises results are documented in an after-action report, and Lessons Learned corrective actions are captured for updating information in the Information Systems Contingency Plan (ISCP). See Deliverables Table. - Provide Contingency Planning evaluation for the NSMV Program and recommendation reports for activities contingency plan - Act as a SME and coordinator between MARAD’s NSMV Program Office, their Vessel Construction Manager (e.g. - security vendor) and the MARAD ISSM in support of acquiring and maintaining an Authority to Operate (ATO) for the NSMVs.
Clearance Requirement
Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2352
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems, Inc. is seeking a Technical Writer to support a U.S. Government contract in Las Vegas, NV. In this role, the Technical Writer will work with multiple internal teams to ensure all program and system related documentation is developed and maintained according to federal policy (NARA, NIST, etc.). Communication skills are critical with the ability to verbalize and provide documentation to both technical and non-technical audiences. Applicants must be detail-oriented and able to multi-task effectively. Applicant must be a positive, flexible, self-starter requiring minimal supervision, and able to excel in a fast-paced environment.   The Technical Writer will develop the organization’s documentation guidelines and standards based on established Federal standards and guides. The individual will develop required documentation as well as review/edit documentation developed by others. The individual will obtain required supporting information from available subject matter experts, and recommend process improvements. - Create and maintain templates and forms - Compile inputs from multiple contributors into final documents - Review/edit all documentation for format, grammar/spelling, and consistency - Attend all project meetings with identified documentation requirements - Maintain all applicable policies and procedures for supported teams - Provide short-notice writing and editing support to team members as needed - Strong Technical Writing experience, including excellent verbal and written communication skills - Experience managing and successfully completing writing projects - Experience creating documents, including user and reference guides; process improvement, and compliance writing - Experience interviewing Subject Matter Experts (SME) - Provide detailed peer review/QA checks to other Technical Writers - Perform professional development training to remain current on tools and technologies and improve skill sets and efficiency - This position may require flexible hours based on operational requirements - Limited travel required <10%
Clearance Requirement
Top Secret
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2351
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems is seeking a Network Operations Center (NOC) Analyst to support a government customer in Las Vegas, Nevada. The candidate will be part of a Service Desk / Network Operations team working in a 24x7x365 environment. The position requires interaction with cyber security personnel at customer sites, various levels of management, and outside agencies. Position can include up to 10% travel, local and nationwide. Applicant must be a positive, flexible, self-starter requiring minimal supervision, and able to excel in a fast-paced environment. Communication skills are critical with the ability to verbalize and provide documentation to both technical and non-technical audiences. Applicants must be detail-oriented and have the ability to multi-task effectively.   - This position requires shift work based on 24x7x365 operations. - Support the current reporting of weekly and monthly enterprise metrics. - Follow up on technical issues with Operations Engineering team and all stakeholders in resolution process. - Support accurate updates of service tickets and tracking problems to resolution. - Maintain enterprise customer point of contact information. - Provide initial remote troubleshooting, analysis, and triage of reported events. - Act as both an external and internal facing point of contact to facilitate handling of problem reports and escalate technical issues and communicate network status - Support software and hardware issues and ensure stable system performance. - Observe industry best practices, standards, and procedures. - Support maintenance and monitoring of the system/server infrastructure to include patching, system upgrade, backup, and configuration. - Tracking and documenting daily work tasks and issues and communicating them with the rest of the team. - Receive and document subscriber site security incident reports, and communicate to appropriate parties. - Assist in account management for internal users and external subscriber organizations. - Perform certification and professional development training to remain current on technologies and to improve skill sets and efficiency. - Update management on operational and staffing issues. - This position may require shift work. - Develop and maintain workflows and standard operating procedures for the Service Desk / Network Operations Center.
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2349
Job Locations US-DC
The Information Assurance Analyst is responsible for supporting system assessments and authorizations (SA&A) and security control assessments for commercial off the shelf as well as custom built and maintained applications and for providing guidance and recommendations in the areas of privacy, risk analysis and mitigation, IT security, and continuous monitoring.    Responsibilities include: - Supporting the software application review process, as requested for the OCIO application portfolio including mobile, SharePoint, .NET, Salesforce applications. - Evaluate findings, develop a risk assessment, and prepare recommendations to system owners for action. - Develop and track Plan of Action and Milestones (POA&Ms), including any waivers and associated documentation as needed - Develops cybersecurity documentation to support NIST RMF, assessment and authorization requirements to achieve and maintain an ATO. - Analyze ACAS/SCAP scans and document results on a variety of systems to identify vulnerabilities, and potential security issues for remediation to ensure STIG and IAVM compliance. - Ensures the integrity and protection of networks, systems, and applications by technical enforcement of organizational security policies, through monitoring of vulnerability scanning devices. - Monitor the lifecycle of systems to verify the implementation of ongoing vulnerability assessment & remediation efforts in accordance with the system Configuration Management Plan. - Review systems and develop applicable cybersecurity test procedures, execute applicable best security practices, and monitor and implement policies and guidance to mitigate cybersecurity risk to the systems. - Collaborate with system administrators to conduct compliance and vulnerability assessments of systems utilizing automated DoD cybersecurity tools, Assured Compliance Assessment Solution (ACAS), SCAP Compliance Checker (SCC), and DISA STIG Viewer.
Clearance Requirement
Top Secret/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2348
Job Locations US-DC
- Maintaining and monitoring project plans, project schedules, work hours, budgets, and expenditures. - Organizing, attending, and participating in stakeholder meetings. - Documenting and following up on important actions and decisions from meetings. - Preparing necessary presentation materials for meetings. - Ensuring project deadlines are met. - Determining project changes. - Providing administrative support as needed. - Undertaking project tasks as required. - Developing project strategies. - Ensuring projects adhere to frameworks and all documentation is maintained appropriately for each project. - Assess project risks and issues and provide solutions where applicable. - Ensure stakeholder views are managed towards the best solution. - Chair and facilitate meetings where appropriate and distribute minutes to all project team members.
Clearance Requirement
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2347
Job Locations US-DC
- Responds to, diagnoses and resolves problems through discussion with users. - Ensures a timely process through which problems are controlled. Includes problem recognition, research, isolation, resolution, and follow-up steps. - Provides support to end users on a variety of issues. - Identifies, researches, and resolves technical problems. - Responds to telephone calls, email and personnel requests for technical support, documenting every contact. - Documents, tracks, and monitors the problem to ensure a timely resolution. - Provides 1st and 2nd tier support to end users for PC applications and hardware via remote tools and deskside visits - Interact with network services, software systems engineering, and/or applications development to restore service and/or identify and correct core problems. - Simulates or recreates user problems to resolve operating difficulties. - Recommends systems modifications to reduce user problems. - Possesses and applies expertise on multiple complex work assignments. - Assignments may be broad in nature, requiring originality and innovation in determining how to accomplish tasks. - Operates with appreciable latitude in developing methodology and presenting solutions to problems. - Contributes to deliverables and performance metrics. - Utilizes the ServiceNow ticketing system to track all work
Clearance Requirement
Public Trust
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2346
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
We are looking to hire a Senior Information System Security Analyst to support our U.S. Department of Transportation customer in Washington, DC.  The successful candidate will provide cyber security expertise and assist in the following areas, this will include but is not limited to, incident handling, vulnerability detection and remediation strategies, NIST requirements for authority to operate, and cloud environmentsand services. The individual shall possess the following skillsets: - Understanding of IT governance and management in the federal sector - Understanding of information assurance, cybersecurity, privacy policies, methodologies including but not limited to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Risk Management Framework (RMF), NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), FedRAMP. - Working knowledge of Federal laws and Executive orders regarding information systems security requirements - Working knowledge of Cloud systems and their security configurations - Understanding of the Federal Government's deployment of Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM), the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program, organizational phases and technologies. - Understanding of the principles and methods to configure and /or administer: - Network devices security devices such as network firewall, data loss prevention, network intrusion detection systems, and intrusion prevention systems. - Operating Systems and systems services (Windows Server, Linux/ Unix and Active Directory) - Conduct dynamic web application security testing, both manual testing and utilizing application security tools to discover exploitable vulnerabilities. - Vulnerability Application and database security assessment, scanning and results interpretation. - Expert level experience in contingency planning and backup and recovery best practices and application of NIST guidance in this area. - Understanding of Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) implementation. - Ability to work with customers to assess needs, resolve problems, satisfy expectations; knows products and services. - Understanding of the principles, methods, or tools for developing, scheduling, coordinating, and managing projects and resources, including monitoring work, and performance. - Understanding of the principles, methods, and tools of quality assurance and quality control used to ensure a product fulfills functional requirements and standards. - Understand domain structures, network protocols, user authentication, digital signatures, firewall and security best practices. - Ability and expertise to provide consultation in secure design principles in the design of new application and database configurations and connectivity. - Ability to administer cybersecurity systems and provide technical recommendation to maintain and improve mission functionality. - Ability to plan, execute and develop report for application, network (internal or external) vulnerability analysis and provides technical recommendations to maintain and improve mission functionality. - Ability to effectively communicate highly technical information in non-technical terminology (written and verbal) - Understand the FISMA assessment and accreditation process. - Vulnerability Application and database security assessment, scanning and results interpretation. - Proficient in Microsoft Office products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Teams, Power BI, Tableau, and SharePoint.
Clearance Requirement
Public Trust
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2342
Job Locations US-VA-Reston
Criterion Systems is seeking a mission-focusedSr. Software Developer to support and contribute to our government customer’s success in Reston, VA. The individual in this position must be a motivated team player that strives for professional and technical excellence. Primary Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:  - Knowledge/experience with the development of Cloudformation scripts to generate network and application infrastructure in a repeatable fashion. - Ability to write custom scripts to install and configure code in EC2 instances. - Experience with Python. - Develop Java and Python applications that leverage Neo4j and Elasticsearch. - Ability to Implement NodeJS PM2 for application monitoring and resiliency. - Utilized SAFe agile techniques to manage workload. - Leverage Amazon Web Services. - Experience creating RESTful API.
Clearance Requirement
Top Secret/SCI/with Poly
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2341
Job Locations US-MO-Kansas City
- Plans and develops electrical power needs for new and existing equipment in the Centers by applying a thorough and practical knowledge of engineering methods and techniques.  Considers characteristics of electrical power systems to draft, design, analyze and review plans for power distribution, ground grid systems, electrical circuitry, size of conduit, wire, etc., necessary for installing Center support systems.  Translates plans into specification tasks as required.  The contractor shall assist the NITC facilities manager as required, to include the updating of existing documentation or creation of new documentation using Microsoft Office products, and AutoCAD.  - Monitoring of office and computer room environmental conditions such as air conditioning, heat, power, generators, and air plenum to ensure computer system availability as required.  Identifies and analyzes potential problems and prepares alternative solution for consideration.  The contractor shall follow procedures and instructions to specify method of repair, modification, maintenance and testing of environmental systems. - Identifies electrical, space, and cooling requirements for new IT hardware. Monitors environmental controls to ensure the computer room is operating at peak performance always.  Physically assists when needed to support the installation of hardware in rack space on the data center floor; setting up conference rooms; assisting with day to day facility operations; documenting equipment installation, configuration, and electrical connection; and distribution of applicable documentation to asset management personnel as required. - Perform quality assurance activities in support of maintenance operations. - Submit recommendations and justifications to modernize or improve structures and equipment.  Provides input into performance profile surveys, equipment inspections, technical troubleshooting, maintenance evaluations, and workload analysis. - Review, analyze and evaluate deficiency reports and equipment malfunction reports.  Considers significance of failures in regard to safety hazards, cost of repairs, loss or downtime of equipment, and delays resulting from lack of available parts. - Evaluate and determine the quality and quantity of repair parts and tools to reduce unnecessary duplication and variety, as well as to ensure that needed materials are on hand. - Perform preparation and restore all activities associated with the installation and removal of equipment related to work areas consisting of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, high/low voltage electrical, carpentry, painting, masonry, sheet metal work and similar trades.  Prepare inspection reports for identifying and recommending solutions to problems involving lack of personnel, materials, poor workmanship, conditions in need of repair, and various other related concerns. - Responsible for facilities related hardware systems ingress and egress from the data center floor.  Receives and installs hardware from agencies or vendors.  Determine power requirements and coordinate electrical service installation for hardware.  Support the procurement and complete the installation of low voltage cabling to provide connectivity to existing systems and to internal KVM monitoring systems.
Clearance Requirement
Public Trust
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2340
Job Locations US-VA-Vienna
Responsibilities:   Criterion Systems, Inc., based out of Vienna, VA is seeking a Contracts Administrator to help support the Company’s continued growth and assist with full life-cycle contract management. In this role, you will manage both Federal Government prime contracts, subcontracts., and procurement.  You must be able to: - Act as a focal point for contractual communications - Create NDAs, Teaming Agreements, and Subcontract Agreements - Review and issue Requests for Proposals - Review proposal responses for compliance - Negotiate terms and conditions - Review Contractual Documents for contractual compliance and risk in accordance with the FAR, DFAR, and Government Supplemental Regulations - Respond to internal and external contractual issues, audits, and compliance requirements - Manage and review contractual deliverables alongside the Program Manager - Provide leadership and solutions to contracting or programmatic issues - Assist with procurement of materials - Manage subcontractors in accordance with the subcontract agreement - Manage contract close-outs
Clearance Requirement
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance
Category
Administrative/Clerical
ID
2022-2339
Job Locations US-DC
We are seeking a Systems Engineer to support one of our government customers.  Join the team executing a new deployment of an Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) solution for a government agency. Responsibilities include gathering requirements and specifications, designing solutions, performing proof of concepts and pilots, supporting end users with setup/usage/troubleshooting, as well as migration and implementation activities associated with the transition from various on-prem VDI solutions to the AVD solution.Once hired, the person will provide the following support- - Comprehends the customer’s business problem and applies system engineering methods to find a solution. - Provides technical leadership for the development, maintenance, and support of the enterprise applications and platforms. - Applies analytical techniques when gathering requirements from users, designing technology solutions, and measuring system performance. - Performs research, evaluation and/or provides recommendation for new alternative solutions and technologies to enable and improve data integration across the enterprise. - Proposes technical solutions for information architecture development, metadata management, master data management, data profiling and quality management, and enterprise data integration. - Handles operational activities while solutions are in development/pilot as well as coordinates transition of solutions to Operations teams when released to production - Participates in creation and presentation of solution briefings to both internal and external stakeholders
Clearance Requirement
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2335
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems is seeking a Cybersecurity Technical Lead - Security Operations Center to support the Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration in Las Vegas, Nevada.   The candidate will provide senior technical leadership.  This position requires daily interaction with management, security personnel at customer sites, and government personnel with other federal agencies.  Applicant must be a positive, flexible, self-starter requiring minimal direct supervision, and able to excel as a leader in the fast-paced cybersecurity industry.  The Cyber Technical Lead is responsible for advancing the state of analytic techniques and tools.  This position is heavily focused on the development of automated solutions within a cybersecurity operations team.   Duties and Responsibilities to include, but not limited to: - Serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) within the team for technical expertise. - Lead or contribute to projects advancing the state of analytic techniques and tools. - Investigate and develop detections for new and evolving threats. - Analyze escalated alerts in support of network security monitoring operations. - Develop and review high-visibility notifications for enterprise customers. - Review and analyze network packet capture files. - Review and analyze SIEM and IDS alerts. - Review of security vulnerability data. - Utilize threat hunting techniques to proactively identify threat activity. - Identification, review, and tracking of malicious code. - Reporting malicious activity to customer sites. - Provide customers with remediation recommendations. - Contribute as needed to incident response activity. - Develop use of new services, technology, and products. - Conduct training and coaching sessions for SOC personnel on analytic techniques and tools. - Create, review, and approve new procedural documentation. - Travel up to 10% (Mostly for trainings and conferences)
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2332
Job Locations US-MO-Kansas City
- Determine, identify and coordinate electrical power installation for new and existing IT hardware. - Coordinate IT hardware replacement, installation, movement, replacement, and removal activities. - Create and maintain documentation for IT hardware using tools that include the following: Microsoft Office products, Remedy ITSM Suite with integrated products and Visio. - Support enterprise systems maintenance windows. - Support the procurement and complete the installation of low voltage cabling to provide connectivity to existing systems and to internal keyboard, video and mouse (KVM) monitoring systems. - Evaluate and determine the quality and quantity of IT hardware repair parts and tools to reduce unnecessary duplication and variety, as well as to ensure that needed materials are on hand. - Manage IT hardware ingress and egress from the data center facility. - Receive, unload and store internal, customer, and vendor IT hardware delivered shipments at the time of facility arrival. - Plan, pack and coordinate the removal of disposed or excessive IT hardware. - Participate in weekly change control board meetings. - Conduct physical inventory of IT equipment. - Report, coordinate and resolve hardware configuration item data discrepancies in configuration management database. - Escort internal IT staff and external customers with limited or no security clearances into secured data center facility and assist with or monitor routine or emergency IT hardware maintenance activities. - Monitor and ensure adherence to appearance and safety standards within the data center facility, in accordance with data center policy and procedures.  Report all non-compliance issues to the floor manager.
Clearance Requirement
Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2331
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Criterion Systems is seeking a Cyber Threat Analyst to support our customer in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Cyber Threat Analyst will be a part of a Cyber Threat Analysis Center (CTAC) Team supporting the customer in cyber-threat hunting and associated investigations of systems developed and implemented to support the customer's mission. The candidate will be part of a team that performs cyber-threat hunting to identify potential cyber-threat activity within networks/systems. The successful candidate will perform hands-on investigations that require critical thinking and a broad understanding of multiple technologies. The candidate will support development of presentations and reports to document findings and will require good communication and interpersonal skills to convey findings in the technical proficiency level of the intended audience.   Responsibilities include: - Assist in the development and execution of cyber threat-hunting standard operating procedures (SOPs) - Serve as a data analysis expert for output from a wide variety of cyber assessment tools and data analytics - Assist in analysis tool development, configuration, implementation and use - Analyze cyber-threat intelligence (e.g., actors, tools, exploits, malware, etc.) and determine TTPs used by threat-actors - Analyze security events and data feeds for event detection, correlation from monitoring solutions, conduct triage and classify the output using automated systems for further investigation - Assist in the discovery of cyber vulnerabilities and the investigation of global cyber security incidents, as required - Develop cyber protection improvement recommendations that support the remediation and protection of systems - Analyze and report on cyber-threats based on assessment and all-source intelligence - Translate analytical findings into security "use cases" that can be implemented within available surveillance capabilities - Provide detailed and accurate technical reporting of analysis results in the form of PowerPoint presentations and/or Word documents, as well as oral briefings on complex technical subjects attuned to senior management, technical, or non-technical audiences
Clearance Requirement
DOE Q/SCI
Category
Information Technology
ID
2022-2328