DIACAP/EITDR Support Specialist Posting Date: Job Number: Location: Assigned Recruiter: Number of Openings: Contract Terms: Conversion Salary: Target Start Date: Comments to Agency Recruiter:
1/12/2012 MK AF 2012003 Rome, NY Matt Keller 1 15 months left on the contract (TTH 470 hours) 45-65K 02/01/2012
NCI: As the DIACAP/EITDR Support Specialist this position is vital to the success of the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) program for NCI. The ideal candidate will be able to work well in a highly dynamic, fast-paced group environment, as well as provide work status updates on a weekly basis to local management. The DIACAP/EITDR Support Specialist will provide a broad range of intelligence, analysis, planning, personnel training, operational, and logistical support services. This may include, but will not be limited to providing expert level IA advice, assistance, and guidance or Defense Information Assurance Certification Accreditation Program (DIACAP) consulting in support of the agency’s needs and roles. The DIACAP/EITDR Support Specialist is a part of a dynamic team working in a group environment at the AFRL located in Rome, New York. Highlights of Responsibilities:
Provide IA support to the Information Directorate Information Assurance Office in the areas of Computer Network Operations (CNO), Certification & Accreditation (C&A) and IA threat recognition. Provide expert level IA advice, assistance, and guidance or Defense Information Assurance Certification Accreditation Program (DIACAP) consulting in support of the agency’s needs and roles. Facilitate the agency’s response to dynamic, evolutionary influences and mandates, and enable them to meet and improve mission performance requirements. Perform AFRL/RIOS duties of defending the networks, understanding the threat environment, and supporting computer network operations programs and capabilities through analysis of threats to the cyber domains. Provide DIACAP support for the technical areas of Certification and Accreditation and create authorization packages using DoD and Air Force tools. Monitor security IA controls and certify that FISMA required quarterly and yearly testing is accomplished. Interface with a wide variety of users across a highly dynamic research and development (R&D) community, quickly assess their needs and propose a sustainable DIACAP solution to meet the needs of the R&D effort while providing adequate security to the overall network. Perform basic analysis of vulnerability management reports to fulfill DIACAP requirements. Perform wireless (802.11x) spectrum detection and analysis. Categorize Information systems. Determine the types of information present within the boundary, security requirements for these types of data/information and the potential impact to the organization resulting from a security compromise. Establish a security control baseline. Identify and document inheritable controls, selecting and documenting security controls and be able to develop a security control monitoring strategy.
Bachelors Degree in Computing Science or Information Assurance or equivalent experience. CompTIA Security + (or higher) certification. Must have an operating system certification preferably Windows 7, Windows 2008 AD, or Solaris. Previous experience utilizing both the Enterprise Information Technology Data Repository (EITDR) and the Enterprise Mission Assurance Support System (eMASS). Two years of DIACAP experience, a minimum of one year of experience in wireless technologies.
Applicants selected for this position will require background screening and the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance based on a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI).
Preferred Education and Experience:
Advanced degree in Computing Science of Information Assurance. Computing environment certifications. ITIL certifications. Prior military service or support of military customers.