Join ICES on a newly awarded contract impacting national security as a Systems Security Analyst
. These positions are located in Springfield, VA. All positions require an active/current TS/SCI security clearance with Counterintelligence Polygraph and be willing and able to pass an additional polygraph as needed.
As a Systems Security Analyst specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Research, identify, and evaluate vulnerabilities posed by potential NGA research performers.
- Document and assess existing personnel, physical, industrial, and information security practices as they relate to the research projects.
- Assist with establishing and maintaining historical records of each Pods programs’ security architecture.
- Identify export-controlled/ITAR-restricted technologies developed in NGA sponsored research.
- Create and maintain a comprehensive NGA Research security classification guide addendum for Research pertaining to applicability to the overall NGA security classification guide.
- Create in collaboration with program personnel comprehensive NGA security classification guidance according to DoD policy.
- Provide briefings for the Pods on evolving security policies and guidance, including foreign Government relationships.
- Review and comment on documents and briefings to ensure proper classification.
- Assist in obtaining cooperative agreements with U.S. industrial facilities to support research studies and determine data releasibility.
- Interfacing with NGA senior officials, IC and DOD representatives, and participate in working groups and forums ensuring NGA and NSG guidance are consistent with national level published guidance.
- Experience developing, staffing and managing security programs that incorporate partnerships and engagements in Research & Development of NSG communities (to include the IC, DoD, Commonwealth allies, industry, and academia).
- Knowledge in developing, reviewing and documenting classification management business processes ensuring compliance with the Director of National Intelligence policy (ODNI), Director of Central Intelligence Directives (DCID), E.O. 13526, DoDM 5200.01, Volumes 1-4, federal regulations and International arrangements.
- Expert knowledge of government policy and procedures for the handling of Controlled Unclassified Information and implementation of directives in the DoD and IC.
- Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Social Science, Physics, Engineering, or other directly related field.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite software for status tracking, reporting and presentation development.
- Skills in Program Protection Planning.
- Experience working with ITAR related issues.
- 8 years of total experience and 6 years of specialized experience
- Master's degree in Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Social Science, Physics, Engineering or related field.