Program Management Specialist
Our client is currently seeking a Program Management Specialist. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide Senior-level analysis and assist the Office of CyberSecurity to respond effectively to internal and external requests, such as, but not limited to inquiries from: congressional, OMB, GAO, IG, NIST, DHS and other Federal/Government agencies or organizations Assist in development and continuous improvement of a structured approach and processes for task management Develop and document the structured IM-30 project portfolio processes and procedures Support the development, operation and/or management of processes and procedures to IM-30 Program & Personnel alignment of projects, operational activities and initiatives against Departmental and Divisional goals and performance measures Work closely with a variety of DOE OCIO & ACIO teams, and OCIO executives, such as the OCIO Chief Operating Officer, as well as contracting/budget teams, support the development, management and response to current Key Performance Indicators, metrics, Measures of Performance/Excellence requests or other Cybersecurity measurement requests Develop the process and procedures for internal [IM-30] tracking of performance metrics and measures supporting both operational and programmatic efforts within IM-30 In accordance with Departmental policy and National Institute of Science and Technology guidance, provide expertise to support the development of documentation required for Certification and Accreditation (C&A) for information systems operating under the authorization of the ACIO for Cyber Security (Authorizing Official), and, as requested, for systems to be authorized under authority of the e-RAMP Joint Authorization Board (using FedRAMP requirements) Assist to establish a continuous asset management capability for the Department Assist to establish a POA&M tracking and management system for the Department Support Personnel Skill Requirements: B.S. degree in Information Technology or comparable discipline and 5 to 7 years experience; or an equivalent combination of education and work experience related to tasks Budget/Finance task(s): Bachelor degree in Accounting, Economics or Business Administration, and a minimum of 2 years experience; or five years related work experience Possess professional certification related to cyber security (e.g., CISSP, CISA, CISM, etc) For project functions, possess professional certifications related to Project/Program Management, such as PMP Ability to take initiative and work flexibly and independently, adhere to priorities, and meet multiple deadlines in a team-oriented, highly dynamic environment Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be a strong team player who can bring cross-functional teams together to achieve objectives Ability to perform complex analyses and quantify and communicate results Ability to use creativity and innovation to develop value-added solutions Strong understanding of enterprise-level cyber security policy and cyber risk management Knowledge of and experience with FISMA, NIST, FIPS, CNSS, OMB, and other applicable Federal requirements, policies, standards, and procedures Knowledge of Information Assurance / Cyber Security principals and best practices is desired Functional understanding of government contracting and the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) also desired Technical Skills: Ability to maintain supplement Relational Database Management System (MS-ACCESS) Ability to develop SQL queries to support the Federal POC for budget and financial analysis Ability to input records into supplemental database Ability to operate / maintain / create reports via MS-Access or other office automation tools
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