• Cyber Policy Specialist III

    Posted Date 3 months ago(9/27/2018 3:19 PM)
    Requisition #
    Security Clearance
    Top Secret/SCI with Full Scope Polygraph
    Full Time
    Job Category
    US-MD-Annapolis Junction
  • Responsibilities

    The Strategic Counter Cybersecurity Operations (SCCO) office supports national cybersecurity policy-making and decision-making processes. SCCO resides in the Directorate of Operations, and recently assumed the role of the Cyber Task Force (CTF), which stood up in 2007 in recognition of the emerging cyber challenges facing the nation, and the pending implementation of the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI). Since 2008, Noblis has provided critical cybersecurity, interagency, national, international, and DoD-level policy and process support, expertise, and connectivity for the customer.


    The Cyber Policy Specialist candidate shall provide executive consulting services in support of senior U.S. Government leaders and assist the U.S. Government in support of its cybersecurity strategic initiatives, from the development of policy to coordination of activities and events. He/she shall also coordinate on documenting policies and processes, group activities, and interdependencies related to the White House National Security Council (NSC) Cyber Directorate and the 20+ Departments and Agencies comprising the Interagency community.


    The Cyber Policy Specialist candidate shall possess the following capabilities:

    • Serve as one of the contractor’s senior cybersecurity strategy consultants for National and International policy
    • Draft summary planning documentation to support Video Teleconference (VTC) or teleconference engagements and weekly support updates designed to track time sensitive tasking and cybersecurity related business within and external to the Maryland Intelligence Community.
    • Facilitate and support strategic planning sessions aimed at identifying and prioritizing cybersecurity initiatives and challenges for the Maryland Intelligence Community.
    • Consolidate input from across the Agency, U.S. Cyber Command, and Interagency contributors to draft Cybersecurity products (e.g., documents, briefings) for group review and finalization.
    • Research and advise SCCO leadership on concepts and ideas for advancing Cybersecurity that shapes future national-level Cybersecurity policy.
    • Assist and support analytical efforts regarding cybersecurity policy and strategy documents.
    • Assist in the development and integration, and the continual improvement of processes associated with the cybersecurity domain.
    • Interact with senior Government personnel to ensure that the required cybersecurity business solutions are sufficient, appropriate, and accurate.
    • Deliver presentations on cybersecurity strategic initiatives for senior Government personnel.
    • Facilitate strategic-level meetings of senior Government personnel.
    • Provide strategic guidance to senior leaders on cybersecurity issues.


    Required Qualifications:

    • Master's degree in a cyber-related field (Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Cyber Security) or a field requiring communications and analysis skills. In lieu of a Master's degree, an additional four (4) years' experience is required equaling a total of 21 years of experience for each area above.
    • Minimum 15 years' experience in cybersecurity (e.g. Information Assurance, Information Systems Security, and Computer Network Defense) in the development of National Security Policy and Strategy.
    • Minimum 15 years cumulative experience in five (5) of the following:
      • Legislative process and Congressional relations
      • Interdepartmental or interagency collaboration and cooperation
      • Capabilities and requirements analysis
      • Performance management and metrics implementation
      • Process definition, deployment, and improvement
      • Facilitation of team activities and resulting product development
      • Program analysis and evaluation

    Desired Qualifications:

    • Familiarity with the National Security Council and its processes; direct support to US Government Senior Executives; program management expertise; and established network of contacts across the Maryland Intelligence Community and/or US Cyber Command.




    Noblis and our wholly owned subsidiary, Noblis ESI, are solving difficult problems that help our government and our country. We bring the best of scientific thought, management, and engineering expertise with a reputation for independence and objectivity. We support a wide range of government and industry clients in the areas of national security, intelligence, transportation, healthcare, environmental sustainability, and enterprise engineering. Learn more at noblis.org/about.


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    Noblis has won numerous workplace awards. Noblis maintains a drug-free workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race.

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