• Electronic Warfare (EW) and Program Protection SME

    Job Locations US-AL-Huntsville
    ID
    2020-1703
    Category
    Engineering
    Business Unit
    CSE
    Type
    Full-Time
    Clearance
    Secret Required
    Location : Location
    US-AL-Huntsville
  • Overview

    i3 is seeking an Electronic Warfare (EW) and Program Protection SME to support ground breaking EW system development, test, and fielding for the Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation and the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) on Redstone Arsenal, AL. This position includes opportunities to influence and support Army’s next generation Electronic Warfare (EW) and cyber capabilities and technologies into system plans and designs. This effort will involve comprehensive analysis of the entire FLRAA internal network, individual aircraft (tactical) components, RMF controls, mission objectives and performance measures to model out the entire FLRAA system for the purposes of cyber resiliency requirement generation, resiliency trades, and survivability measures.

    Responsibilities

    The successful candidate will utilize their cybersecurity expertise to provide the operational context and understanding to the Future Vertical Lift Project Office and assist in shaping/developing EW and Program Protection requirements into the FLRAA system development lifecycle. The EW and Program Protection SME will also focus on the development and application of Supply Chain Risk Management for technical components, parts, materials, cybersecurity engineering, software assurance and program protection in support of the FLRAA.

    Qualifications

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree and 14 years of relevant experience
    • Current Secret Clearance with the ability to upgrade to a Top Secret SCI
    • Tactical Cyber Experience required
    • DoD 8570, IAM II Compliance
    • Extensive Red Team/Blue Team Experience
    • Intimate knowledge of the RMF process and security controls as well as NIST SP 800-160, Volume 2, “Developing Cyber Resilient Systems: A Systems Security Engineering Approach”

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