Vulnerability/Threat Specialist (Government)
- Provides customer support in developing comprehensive, "total" solutions to threat and/or vulnerability-related problems and their impact on IT systems, be they internal to the customer environment, domestic, or foreign.
- Performs threat identification and assessment, threat reduction measures, crisis management, consequence management, and training and performance support.
- Conducts threat, vulnerability, interoperability, and capability assessments including antiterrorism scenario modeling and simulations.
- Identifies and implements threat reduction measures including plans, policies, and procedures; mechanical, architectural, and structural review; risk management planning; physical and cyber security; and business continuity planning.
- Directs crisis response including first response; active defense; civil support; explosive, chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear incident response; medical response; information continuity; and continuity of operations.
- Performs consequence activities including disaster recovery, restoration of operations, economic impact, logistics management, information recovery, medical support, and decontamination.
- Implements training and performance support with emphasis on monitoring and measuring performance, implementing lessons learned, enforcing standards, providing training and test scenarios, and call/contact center operations.
- Solutions are based on a firm understanding of government/industry policy, practices, procedures, customer and mission requirements; emerging data fusion, knowledge management, biometric, physical, information, telecommunications, and cyber security technologies; and knowledge of specific threats and threat delivery mechanisms.
- Performs work and provides guidance to more junior personnel; ensures accuracy of the work of other personnel; operates under deadlines; and is able to work on multiple tasks.
SECRET clearance or ability to obtain SECRET clearance required. US citizenship is also required due to the sensitive nature of this Department of Defense contract.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or equivalent experience in law enforcement, security, intelligence, military or special operations, foreign affairs, civil defense, anti-terrorism, counter terrorism, asymmetric warfare, or a related field.
This position requires a minimum of five years task related experience.
Position located in Annapolis Maryland (Naval Academy IT contract support).
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