KBRwyle IT Security Administrator III in District Of Columbia

IT Security Administrator III



Candidates must have an active Secret clearance Positions sits in the Washington Navy Yard Building 133. This is not a technical position. This is an administrative assistant position with a knowledge of RMF.

Under minimal supervision, performs assessment and authorization tasks, such as supporting CNIC/NAVY process and procedure development, that are broad and complex in nature, requiring originality and ingenuity, instructs, counsels, and guides work of other members. This position acts as a liaison with CNIC leadership and the validation/assessor team for assessment and authorization (A&A) efforts.

Key Areas of Responsibility:

Assessment and Authorization -

Identifies key stakeholders in the assessment and authorization effort for medical systems and networks and works with them to confirm that the system documentation reflects the current security configuration of the system, in terms of hardware and software components, data flow, interconnections, and ports, protocols, and services Conducts status meetings and determines next steps in moving the systems toward a successful accreditation effort Works with the cybersecurity team to develop and implement the detailed test plan and review findings from self-assessment to determine readiness for independent assessment Runs Weekly and Monthly Reports Conducts manual checks of the systems during independent testing and reports them in a plan of action and milestones (POA&M) document Assists the system owners and system SAs in interpreting and applying mitigation strategies Assists the Validator with producing the risk assessment artifacts describing residual risks identified during

certification testing Schedules eMASS training for CNIC and Program Office personnel Develops/maintains agency level cybersecurity policy and processes that implement DoD Cybersecurity program

Communicates the security posture of systems up the chain of command via Tracker and eMASS so that accreditation decisions can be made based on a thorough understanding of the risks associated with the particular configuration of systems and networks Identifies strategies for improving the assessment and authorization processes and procedures to meet increasingly tight timelines and budgets


Education: Technical Training in relevant technical field.

Experience: Eight (6) years of hands-on experience with task specific project Candidates must have an active Secret clearance Experience with Accreditation package management in eMASS a plus Possession of excellent customer service and organization skills Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills


KBRwyle is KBR’s global government services organization. We deliver mission critical, full life cycle services that improve military readiness, drive innovation, and help ensure mission success. Since WWII, we have led many of the federal government’s most important programs in the areas of defense, space and technology. Today, our employees are solving some of the world’s most challenging problems and inspiring the future. KBRwyle core capabilities include engineering, operations, logistics, science, program and acquisition management, IT, cyber and security services.

Learn more about KBRwyle by visitingwww.kbrwyle.com .

KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.

Job: Engineering, Technology, & Science

Primary Location: US-District Of Columbia

Req ID: 1076970