Headquarters (HQ) PACAF/A3TW provides Major Command level programmatic and budget oversight that includes acquiring, deploying, testing, operating and maintaining live training support systems and infrastructure for operational testing and air combat training within Alaska and the Pacific Region. The Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex (JPARC) is the primary training venue within PACAFs Area of Responsibility and supports comprehensive training, exercise, and mission rehearsals for Service, Joint, and allied forces. Foremost, of these events, is Red Flag-Alaska, which occurs at a maximum, 6 times annually, 2 weeks and 4 days per exercise, and requires extensive system/mission preparation/planning (30 days pre-exercise and one week long planning conference) and post-mission analysis (21 days post-exercise) to successfully meet training objectives.
Qualis Corporation is seeking a Cyber Security Engineer tofunction as a member of the Information Security team to help plan, implement, upgrade, and monitor security measures for the protection of the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex (JPARC) network at HickamAFB, Hawaii Essential Functions This role will support the Senior Information Assurance Engineer and Information System Security Manager to ensure issues affecting JPARCs overall security are addressed. Responsibilities include working alongside application developers, system administrators, vendors, etc. to validate and remediate identified vulnerabilities. Work with the senior IA engineer to complete the Risk Management Framework (RMF) process for JPARC and other PACAF (Pacific Air Force) networks as required. Education and Experience Qualifications A Master's degree and 10years experience in Management Information Systems, Information Technology,Computer Science, Mathematics, or related field is required. Will accept substitution of experience for education with government approval. Must possess at least four years of hands-on technical experience with a minimum of 2 years of experience in Information Assurance or hold a Masters degree in this technical area. Must possess a CompTIA Security+ certification. Must be able to work independently and provide timely status updates as managing multiple tasks. Strong customer service, organizational skills, knowledge of applicable DoD/Government policies and procedures are required. Demonstrated exceptional ability to troubleshoot complex systems required. Must be an effective communicator and possess excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. An excellent understanding of information security concepts, principles, and best practices are required. Interpersonal and collaborative skills and the ability to communicate security and risk concepts to technical and non-technical audiences are required. A high level of personal integrity and the ability to professionally handle confidential matters with proper judgment is required. Must be willing to travel up to 20%. U.S. Citizenship required. Preferred Skills Certifications such asCertified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or GlobalInformation Assurance Certification (GIAC) are preferred. Experience using ACAS (Assured Compliance AssessmentSystem) preferred. Security Clearance Must hold an active Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance. Must be able to obtain a Department of Defense Top Secret Security Clearance.
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