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Cyber Security Engineer - Sterling Heights, MI

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Job Title: Cyber Security Engineer
Location: Sterling Heights, MI

Job Description:


Perform requirements analysis for system, subsystem, and LRU-level electronics in C4I/EW and related systems, with a focus on cybersecurity
Develop subsystem-level hardware and software functional design and interfaces
Write system/subsystem specifications for vehicle electronics
Develop and document verification plans and procedures
Perform/support integration/verification of C4I/EW subsystems in the laboratory and on combat vehicles
Analyze, produce, and compile artifacts for Risk Management Framework (RMF) and/or cross-domain approval
Analyze, produce, and compile artifacts for program protection
Provide periodic reports to management
Participate in proposal development and project technical planning

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering required, Masters degree desirable; degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, or Cybersecurity will be considered with relevant engineering experience
Minimum of at least 7 years experience preferred.
CISSP desired, preferably with a concentration in ISSEP
Experience with C4I and Cybersecurity engineering including one or more of the following:

  • Designing secure, tactical systems/networks

  • DIACAP/RMF preferred

  • Ethical hacking, penetration testing, and data fuzzing tools

  • Program protection, system security engineering, and critical function analysis

  • Systems engineering with military vehicle electronics

  • Military radios, intercoms, mission command software, navigation, and electronic warfare

  • Radio frequency (RF) and computer/communications networking analysis/design

  • Network centric warfare / operations

  • Network & RF modeling and simulation (e.g., OPNET Modeler, STK, EMIT, Savant)

  • Configuring network switches and routers

Familiarity with Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) required
Proficiency with laboratory and test/analysis equipment preferred
Obtain/maintain at least a Secret security clearance required; current clearance preferred
Ability to travel (mostly domestic, some international) up to 15%

Job ID:
329126

Dept ID:
10547

Location:
Sterling Heights, MI
United States of America

Industry:
Information Technology / IT - Systems

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
65

Posted Date:6/21/2018

Domain:arna

Contact: david.fisher@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Cyber Security Engineer

Location: Sterling Heights, MI

Job Type: Temp Position

Reference ID: 329126

Posted Date: 6/21/2018

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