Cyber Security Configuration Engineer

Company Name:
SRA International
SRA is looking to hire a Cyber Security Configuration Engineer. This person will be responsible for evaluating a wide array of new and emerging technologies and developing recommendations for security configuration baselines. The engineer will be responsible for developing security configuration standards based on the U.S. Government Computing Baseline (USGCB) using the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP). New standards are developed to implement Departmental policy, technical security countermeasures, and industry best practices. The Cyber Security Configuration Engineer will also evaluate various technical and policy questions, providing written responses to a wide range of audiences
Additional duties will include
Promotes awareness of security issues among management and ensures sound security principles are reflected in organizations' visions and goals. Conducts research pertaining to the latest viruses, worms, etc. and the latest technological advances in combating unauthorized access to information. Supports the client in publishing incidents, alerts, advisories, and bulletins.
Participates in network and systems design to ensure implementation of appropriate systems security policies. Ensures the rigorous application of information security/information assurance policies, principles, and practices in the delivery of all IT
Candidate Requirements:
3-5 years experience engineering/maintain network infrastructure to include routers, switches and Firewall
US Citzenship is Required.
3 - 5 years experience working with Active Directory and supporting Windows Server on an enterprise level
3 - 5 years experience working with server/application virtualization enterprise level
1-3 years experience with configuring/administrating wireless networks
1-3 years experience with configuration and/or administrating VOIP
1-3 years experience with configuration and/or administrating enterprise mobile device deployments
Preferred Certifications
o CCNP, CPPA or comparable

Interested Candidate Should Go to www.sra.com/careers and apply for Requisition 45346

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