Support the National Cybersecurity Exercise Program (NCEP) efforts to enhance the security and resilience of the nation's critical infrastructure. This expanding program is part of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Exercises sub-division responsible for developing, designing, conducting, and analyzing exercises and workshops at the state, federal, regional, private sector, and international level. The exercises range from tabletop exercises intended to identify policy and process issues under a variety of authorities, to full-scale exercises with public and private sectors that incorporate network simulations to test command and control procedures, response mechanisms, and cross-sector coordination. This position will be in support of the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative ((JCDC) https://www.cisa.gov/jcdc) exercise efforts. JCDC exercises are designed to strengthen the nation’s cyber defenses through innovative collaboration, advance preparation, and information sharing and fusion between government, public sector, and private sector organizations.
Contract requires US Citizenship and an active Secret clearance
Candidates must be local to the area. Some telecommuting allowed.
Support federal client and exercise contract leads to plan, coordinate, and execute cyber exercises according to the DHS Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) principles. This includes identifying objectives, developing scenarios, designing exercise construct, supporting the exercise conduct, and after-action report development.
Drafts and maintains exercise life cycle documents to include those needed from early concept and planning meetings through execution and after-action reporting. These documents include active scenarios developed to meet exercise outcomes and test cyber incident response plans.
Develops after action reports and improvement plans which incorporate recommendations and modifications to cybersecurity plans, processes, and protocols.
Coordinates and facilitates requirement gathering sessions and works with business owners and government stakeholders to define and document user cybersecurity process evaluations.
Facilitates discussion during exercise execution.
Researches, assesses, and analyzes customer needs and requirements.
Experience with exercise development, design, conduct, and analysis
Familiarity with Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) Methodology
Expertise with Microsoft Office 365 applications; particularly Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Customer service orientation, focus, and ability to multitask
Ability to respond to urgent and sensitive requests for information in a timely manner
Attention to detail
Strong and demonstratable teamwork abilities
Flexible, self-motivated, and able to adapt to changing circumstances
An understanding of the Cybersecurity field
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: BA/BS or equivalent, 10+ years of experience
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