This position is with Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (LMMFC) in Dallas, Texas. LMMFC is a major subcontractor to the Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control and MBDA Deutschland Joint Venture (JV) team to develop the next generation Integrated Air and Missile Defense System, "TLVS," for the German Bundeswehr.
TLVS is a highly mobile ground based air and missile defense system for protection against the current and future threat spectrum in the lower tier. TLVS is based on the technology and development results of the trinational MEADS air and missile defense system (US, Germany, Italy). The development of this latest generation air defense system was proven by the system demonstration in 2014. TLVS will be employed by Germany in the context of national and collective defense as well as for the protection of deployed troops, facilities and areas against all kinds of aerial threats including the interception of the latest generation of ballistic missiles. The individual components of the system are mounted on protected vehicles, offering high tactical mobility for the protection of mobile land forces.
Performs duties in a classified cybersecurity capacity for the TLVS program. The candidate must have a working knowledge of the Risk Management Framework (RMF) and JSIG requirements that apply to Information System (IS) security.
Additionally, the candidate should have knowledge of other security disciplines and how they impact and interact with information system security.
Must have experience with the development, implementation, and maintenance of computer security plans as well as the documentation, and presentation of the IS security education program to ensure facility compliance with requirements for information system security.
Must be able to coordinate with other security disciplines to ensure all classified computing assets are properly accredited.
Candidate must be able to effectively interface with numerous cognizant security agencies and customers, taking direction from more senior analysts and management. Promotes daily contact with program management, engineering staff, the Orlando classified cybersecurity manager, and other security and program personnel to resolve technical security related issues.
Candidate must have knowledge of the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) and the NSA configuration standards for DOD IA and IA-enabled devices/systems, computer operations and experience with the technical configuration settings for various operating systems.
Should be able to communicate effectively, speak in front of large groups of people, have excellent organizational skills and be able to manage multiple projects in a dynamic environment.
Experience working with classified information systems.
Ability to author security plans, maintain accreditations, ability to perform technical certifications for accredited systems.
Must possess and maintain 8570 requirements such as CISSP, Network+, or Security+ certifications or must be able to obtain within 180 days of start date.
This position requires applicants to have a final Secret security clearance with a background investigation performed within the last six years.
Candidates must be able to obtain a Top Secret clearance upon employment. This position also requires an enhanced security review in accordance with Government contract requirements and it is a condition of employment that individuals hired into positions requiring program clearance obtain and maintain such clearance within sufficient time to allow Lockheed Martin meet its business needs.
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