The Systems Engineer IV focuses on DoD 5000.02 artifacts and documentation. The Systems Engineer IV is responsible for applying systems engineering principles throughout the systems lifecycle phases: concept, development, production, utilization, support, and retirement. The Systems Engineer IV interacts with the customers systems engineering technical considerations and for associated problems, issues, or conflicts. The Systems Engineer IV communicates with other TDP project personnel, Government stakeholders, and senior executives. The Systems Engineer IV is responsible for the technical integrity, quality, and completeness of work performed and deliverables associated with one or more of the 25 process areas defined by ISO/IEC15288, to include: Technical Process Area, Enterprise Process Area, and Agreement Process Area. The Systems Engineer IV contributes to the development of sections of systems engineering documentation, such as System Engineering Plans, initial capability documents, requirements specifications, and interface control documents. The Systems Engineer IV supervises and mentors subordinate project and Team staff.
The Systems Engineer IV shall possess the following capabilities:
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV is responsible for conducting threat and risk analysis and analyzing the operational impact of new and existing systems and technologies to eliminate risk, performance, and capacity issues.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV performs research, testing, evaluation, and deployment of security technology and procedures and runs diagnostics on changes to data to verify undetected breaches.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV develops custom systems with specialized security features and procedures for software systems, networks, data centers, and hardware.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV develops firewalls to secure the network infrastructure, maintains an awareness of new intrusion methods, and develops Protection Plans.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV possesses an in-depth understanding of vulnerabilities, management systems, and common security applications.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV conducts counteractive protocols, reports incidents, and offers customized risk ratings for vulnerabilities based on company policies and maintains IT security controls documentation.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV configures anti-virus systems and consoles and conducts software upgrades.
- The Cybersecurity Specialist IV manages relationships and coordinates with customers and service providers while providing customized security assessments, implementing security policies, designing security training materials, organizing training sessions, providing technical support, and communicating security policies and procedures.
- Relevant, technical bachelor’s degree and a minimum of twelve years’ experience required.
- Bachelor’s degree in STEM field.
- 7 years of position-relevant work experience.
- DoD 8570.01-m IAT Level III.
- Experience with DoD 5000.02 documentation requirements.
- Experience with use case development.
- Experience with requirements derivation.
- Experience with developing technical project artifacts.
- Familiarity with Agile software development process.
- Experience with software engineering processes.
- Allowed Experience HS and 16 years of experience; Associates and 14 years of experience.
- Allowed Education A candidate holding a relevant master’s degree may be granted 2 years’ experience credit for that extra education. A candidate holding a relevant PhD degree may be granted 4 years’ experience credit for that extra education. A maximum of 1 year of experience credit may be added for a candidate holding position specific required or desired technical Certifications (DoD 8570 specified certifications do NOT qualify)
- Bachelor’s degree in systems engineering.
- Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP)
- Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP)
- DAWIA Systems Engineering Level III
Additional Position Requirements:
- 3 Days in the Office/ 2 Days Remote. Desired but not required experience: Army Intelligence System experience & Army System/Software testing experience.
Position requires active Security Clearance with appropriate Polygraph
iNovex is a mid-sized science and technology company dedicated to solving our customers’ toughest mission challenges. Headquartered in Columbia, MD., iNovex supplies advanced cybersecurity, data science and software engineering services and products to customers in the Federal Government and commercial sectors. iNovex has won numerous awards, to include Top Workplaces by the Baltimore Sun. Across more than 20 prime contracts, iNovex is a premiere innovator for the Federal Government and Department of Defense, and our team is located across the United States.
We're an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.