Detailed Job Description:

MAJOR DUTIES.   Perform Assessment and Authorization tasks to obtain and maintain Authorization to Operate (ATO) and Authorization to Connect (ATC) certifications.

• Conduct assessments of information systems to identify vulnerabilities, risks, and protection needs.
• Perform scans/testing on multiple platforms according to authorized A&A processes and scripts, and validate the output of those scans against defined standards.
• Identify the root cause of complex problems from an A&A perspective and provide deliverables to enable ATO acceptance.
• Generate A&A artifacts, solution concepts, and designs.
• Develop deliverables meeting DoD written requirements and security requirements outlined in DISA STIGs.
• Review and evaluate testing reports and mitigate reported vulnerabilities, assess risks, and document exceptions.
• Interface with other teams to create an overall solution to meet A&A requirements.
• Communicate security and technical specifications, guidance, and instructions clearly and effectively to IT stakeholders.
• Complete certification sustainment related training/continuing education as required to maintain certification status in accordance with the contract statement of work.

• 3+ years hands-on technical Cyber Security experience and knowledge of DISA Security Technical Information Guides (STIGs), DoD A&A Process, NIST SP 800-53, IA Technical Framework, and other applicable DoD Cyber Security policies and A&A processes.
• A&A Validator support Personnel: DoD 8570.01-M IAM Level I or Level II certification
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• Solid client service, time management and leadership skills as well as written and verbal communication skills
• Analytical and problem-solving skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills and a collaborative management style
• Pass an employer background check
• Must be a U.S. Citizen
• Possess a current Secret Clearance

• Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Management, or Cyber Security

Goldbelt Inc. and its subsidiaries are equal opportunity employers. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Shareholder Hire Preferences: As an Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act Corporation, Goldbelt, Incorporated, (and its related entities where the corporation maintains 25 percent ownership interest), is allowed, under Federal law, to extend hiring and training preferences to its shareholders, shareholders’ descendants and spouses, other ANCSA corporation shareholders, and/or Native Americans. Goldbelt’s employment and training preferences are extended based on an individual’s status as a shareholder of Goldbelt, Incorporated, enrollment as a tribal member or other evidence of affiliation with a Native community or tribe. These preferences reflect stock ownership or political affiliation with a Native community or tribe and are not a direct benefit of race or ethnicity.