California - China Lake
JT4 provides engineering and technical support to multiple
western test ranges for the U.S. Air Force and Navy under the Joint
Range Technical Services Contract, better known as J-Tech II. We
develop and maintain realistic integrated test and training
environments, and prepare our nation's war-fighting aircraft,
weapons systems, and air crews for today's missions and tomorrow's
JOB SUMMARY - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/DUTIES
This position is the on-site technical specialist for monitoring
information systems and maintaining the environment of operation to
include developing and updating System Security Plans, managing and
controlling changes to the systems, conducting audits, providing
incident response, perpetration for vulnerability assessments, and
assessing the security impact of security and non-security-relevant
- Provides incident handling in conjunction with the FSO and
- Assists in writing and maintaining computer security processes
to meet Air Force requirements of Risk Management Framework.
- Monitors computer system use and audits logs.
- Makes recommendations for future hardware / software
implementations and related process improvements.
- This position requires skills in leadership, team building and
- Provides operational status as required.
- Uses established policies and procedures and subject matter
knowledge to complete complex assignments requiring originality and
ingenuity performed under minimum supervision with considerable
latitude for independent contribution.
- Provides security training and awareness briefings.
- Other duties as assigned.
This position is required to implement management initiatives
and to coordinate upgrades, capabilities, policy and procedures
with other organizations. Each employee must read, understand, and
implement the general and specific operational, safety, quality,
and environmental requirements of all plans, procedures, and
policies pertaining to their job.
This position involves work typical of an office environment
with no unusual hazards. There is occasional lifting (up to 20
pounds), constant sitting and use of a computer terminal, constant
use of sight abilities while writing, reviewing, and editing
documents, constant use of speech/hearing abilities for
communication, and constant mental alertness.
REQUIREMENTS - EDUCATION, TECHNICAL AND WORK EXPERIENCE
Associates or higher degree in Computer/Information Technology,
or equivalent academic/technical training/certification. Possess
2-3 years of experience in computer system security and/or related
areas of expertise. Must be compliant to DoD 8570.01-M levels and
possess or working toward Security+ certification with a CISSP
desired. Should have experience with JSIG, NIST 800 and NISPOM,
Chapter 8. Must possess and apply a broad knowledge of principles,
practices and procedures in computer security and information
systems and working experience with Microsoft Office, Access, and
Visio. Possess experience supporting various system configurations
such as Stand Alone, Local Area Networks, and Wide Area
Employee must possess excellent skills in verbal and written
communications, planning, and organizing, and be able to work under
deadlines. Employee is expected to routinely cross fields in the
completion of somewhat difficult and varied assignments. Government
vehicle is used on an as-needed basis. Ability to work in a field
environment at remote locations with occasional overnight
assignments. Must qualify for and maintain a government security
clearance and possess a valid, state issued driver's license. .
A Little about Ridgecrest, California
This position is based in Ridgecrest, California, within Kern
County in the southern part of the Indian Wells Valley. Residents
are attracted to the area for its clean air, good water, highway
accessibility, easy access to multiple recreational opportunities,
and proximity to major Southern California resources in Los
Angeles, Bakersfield, and the Antelope Valley.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature
and level of work being performed by people assigned to this
classification. They are not intended to be construed as an
exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills
required of persons so classified.