The Cybersecurity Operations Shift Lead will be the lead operations engineer for a designated shift of 24x7 network and security operations. As the shift lead, you will provide technical expertise working independently and with other engineers as part of a team focused on providing 24x7 technical support and monitoring to the customers unclassified and classified operating environments.
The primary area of responsibility will be supporting numerous cybersecurity technical capabilities and infrastructure onsite and at several remote locations. You will be the lead engineer responsible for training employees on operational process, procedures, and tools. You will also be responsible for setting shift coverage schedules, reviewing shift outputs (e.g. Shift Change Reports), and coordinating assignments for the assigned shift.
The Operations Shift Lead will assist in new security tools deployment. The Operations Shift Lead will be responsible for working with the Project Management and Engineering team on evaluating and accepting new technologies and capabilities. They will support efforts to develop and maintain documentation for supporting system operations and maintenance. As the Cybersecurity Operations Shift Lead, they will also assist in the development of training on new tools and operational practices to other operations team members.
The ideal candidate will have a solid understanding of large scale enterprise IT operations and processes in a 24x7 environment. They will also have experience with cyber security in the domains of security vulnerabilities, malware TTPs, networking protocols, application development, information exchange models, interface and GUI design and development.
This effort will require a skilled cyber security operations engineer to enable standardized and consistent processes, user training, implementation of innovative industry approaches and provide significant improvement to current capabilities.
Bachelors Degree or equivalent years of experience in relevant field
Minimum Five (5) years of experience in enterprise systems lifecycle management, structured system development methodologies (preferably Information Engineering), structured analysis, and/or information systems development or a relevant technical discipline
Strong logical/critical thinking abilities
Strong knowledge of networking fundamentals such as TCP/IP and basic packet analysis
Hands-on Linix/Unix experience
Knowledge of Windows Operating Systems, Windows Management Interface (WMI) development, and shell scripting
Experience developing and documenting detailed, technical user guides and hands on training.
Strong understanding of networking fundamentals
Demonstrated experience with direct and remote desktop support
Experience developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), job aids, and hands-on training materials.
Proficiency in process automation using multiple scripting and development tools including, but not limited to: Shell scripting, PowerShell, VBScript Perl, Ruby, or Python
Proficiency with Linux, Unix
Proficiency in deploying and maintaining open source network security monitoring and assessment tools.
Experience in developing test cases for technical certification
** TEMPORARY ** Temporary position currently funded through February 16th.
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