SAIC is seeking candidates for the Cyber Defense Engineering and Training II (CDET II) effort. The mission of CDET II is to provide engineering, technical, and training support to Defense Cyberspace Operations (DCO) activities for the USAF's 14th Air Force Space Mission Ground Segment Systems, and emerging mission systems and enhancements in support of the Space Warfighting Construct. Support for this mission will be performed at a variety of locations in CO, CA, NM and FL. The purpose of DCO support is to enable protection from, detection of, and response to cyber threats, and maintenance of cyber defense systems. Candidates will actively take part in or provide support to the USAF in the areas of Protect, Detect, Respond, and Sustain (Maintain) their computer systems.
Provides analysis and support for engineering and architecture considerations affecting DoD information technology (IT) assets used to enable AF missions. Advises Government counterparts and implements government approved solutions; provides engineering support in reference to government developed products including Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs), checklists, Incident Response Plans, Best Practices, Handbooks, Workbooks, and other materials. Provides the full range of engineering support necessary to incorporate new/future technologies to proactively protect, detect, and respond to cyber threats.
Demonstrated understanding of CSSP and DCO operations and tools
Demonstrated understanding of DoD Organizations and Stakeholder Management; familiarity with SPO framework and Space Operations
Demonstrated SDLC experience implementing Agile and DevSecOps methodology
Proven ability to interact with senior managers and technical experts in formal, informal, remote, and onsite meetings
A Top Secret security clearance with SCI access is required.