Technical Program Manager - Cyber Security
The Technical Program Manager applies extensive Cybersecurity knowledge and experience in leading a team of Cybersecurity professionals in providing Cyber Security Risk Management Framework (RMF) and other support services to include operations and maintenance, project support, security assessments, scanning and compliance, threat analysis and advanced penetration testing support, Program, Policy Management Support, Security Architecture and Engineering Support for USPTO hosted systems, cloud-based systems, and off-site contractor systems that process government data.
Duties of a Technical Program Manager may include:
- Interacting with key client stakeholders to define program and project objectives necessary to meet customer support requirements
- Working to identify and resolve common issues such as ensuring customer concerns related to Cybersecurity matters are resolved in a timely manner
- Overseeing project team and overall contract, providing written proposals for additional client requirements, ensures all project tasks are completed according to the specified time frame and budget.
- Coordinating the Cybersecurity process and daily workload management
- Overseeing the completion of contract deliverables and project artifacts that meet the required contract quality standards and coordinating the review and acceptance of the deliverables with the Task Order Manager (TOM).
Required Skills / Experience:
- A minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in leading and managing a security program in a large Government or commercial entity
- Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP))
- Program Management Professional (PMP)
- Current Secret Clearance
- Security experience in team leadership and coordination of IT Security compliance and product delivery
- Excellent communication skills (both written and oral), and the ability to communicate complex technical issues to key stakeholders
- In-depth knowledge in enterprise security strategies and plans, and Federal standards and guidelines
- Thorough understanding of NIST 800 series standards and guidelines, related Federal Laws, policies, memoranda and current best practices for Information Assurance and System Security.
- Thorough understanding of Windows and Linux based Operating Systems, networking (TCP/IP, Ports, Active Directory, DNS, and DHCP), Switch / Router configuration, and Security.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Management or Business required.
Location: Vienna, VA
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