Oasis Systems

  • Cyber Security Engineer (AWACS)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/30/2018 3:33 PM)
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  • Overview

    Provide Cyber Security Engineering support to the Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AWACS) Program, which within the Battle Management Directorate, located at Hanscom AFB, MA.


    • Bachelor’s Degree in a related technical discipline.
    • A minimum of 5 yrs work experience, with experience on DoD or Air Force acquisition programs desirable.
    • Must have a current Security + certification. CISSP certification is desireable.
    • Candidate should have proficiency in the DIACAP process and be able to use eMASS.
    • Candidate must obtain, and maintain, the proper personnel clearance for this position


    • Ensure engineering activities (analysis, design, implementation, maintenance, and monitoring) best meets (as resources allow) established requirements (e.g., RMF, DIACAP, DISA Security Technical Implementation Guide).
    • Responsible for ensuring information systems are secure and that data maintained in these systems is protected from unauthorized access.
    • Evaluate all COTS products (hardware and software) to ensure they meet current information assurance standards and that security patches released by OEMs are installed and verified.
    • Evaluate current status of potential information system threats from casual intrusion to intrusions meant to permanently or irreparably degrade system performance of protection.
    • Interpret and analyze processing anomalies in major complex engineering systems and take corrective action.
    • Develop, review, and refine Continuity of Operations (COOP) package documentation and related artifacts.
    • Perform validation of systems, including development of criteria and procedures.
    • Develops, reviews, and approves plans, schedules, and other technical documentation.


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