Leidos Digital Transformation Services Division is seeking an experienced Cyber Security Program Manager to support a highly visible Health Information Technology (IT) services effort at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD.
Contingent on contract award
Role is expected to be hybrid/onsite – candidates must be local to the DC Metro area.
We are looking for an experienced Cyber Security Program Manager to lead multiple task areas including, but not limited to Decision Analysis, Systems Risk Management, Security Assessments and Authorization, Continuous Monitoring, Security Operations, and Incident Prevention and Resolution.
The responsibilities include, but are not limited to contract management, program management support, risk and compliance management, security policy and procedure support, cybersecurity operations support, incident and vulnerability management, and outreach and awareness support.
- Coordinate and manage cybersecurity projects including implementing new security measures, upgrading existing systems, and responding to emerging threats.
- Supervise a team of cybersecurity professionals, including security analysts, engineers, and administrators.
- Prepare and manage Cyber Security Plan and other project documentation that provides projects and project details, management approach, management controls, other organizational resources, deliverables, and deliverable dates. Once final maintain and follow the plan.
- Identify and assess cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities within the organization. This involves conducting regular security assessments and audits.
- Develop and implement a comprehensive cybersecurity strategy and plan to mitigate risks and protect assets.
- Create and enforce security policies, procedures, and standards to ensure that the organization complies with relevant regulations and industry best practices.
- Develop and deliver cybersecurity training programs to raise awareness among employees and promote a security-conscious culture.
- Establish an incident response plan to addresses and mitigate security incidents, breaches, and threats effectively.
- Participate in, or facilitate, technical meetings, conference calls and workgroups with Program staff and stakeholders. Provide meeting facilitation services and create meeting agendas, meeting minutes for face-to-face and online meetings.
- Provide weekly updates and separate monthly status and invoice reports for task orders that include information on progress, cost, schedule, quality assurance, configuration management, and security services.
- Prepare and submit documents such as charters, project process agreements, project management plans, work breakdown structures, requirements specifications, test plans, risk management plans, benchmarking analysis, alternatives analysis, and other related documents.
Required Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in Cyber Security, Computer Science, or related field plus ten years of (10) years or more of related experience; Ten (10) years or more experience in cyber security programs, information security or IT Management; minimum five (5) years of successful project or program manager experience.
- Hold PMP Certification and one or more certifications in cyber security such as CISSP, CISM, or CISA.
- Experience coordinating and managing cybersecurity projects including implementing new security measures, upgrading existing systems, and responding to emerging threats.
- Experience developing and implementing comprehensive cybersecurity strategies and plans to mitigate risks and protect assets.
- Experience creating and enforcing security policies, procedures, and standards to ensure that the organization complies with relevant regulations and industry best practices.
- Experience developing and delivering cybersecurity training programs to raise awareness among employees and promote a security-conscious culture.
- Experience establishing an incident response plan to addresses and mitigate security incidents, breaches, and threats effectively.
- Experience identifying and assessing cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities within an organization. This involves conducting regular security assessments and audits.
- Experience hosting effective virtual presentations and meetings, using collaboration tools including video calls, file sharing, and whiteboarding.
- Ability to obtain Public Trust Clearance and lived in the United States a minimum of 3 years.
- Experience with working at HHS agencies, especially NIH highly desired
- 8 years of work experience managing contracts of similar size and value in excess of $5M, highly desired
Pay Range $97,500.00 – $176,250.00
The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.
Leidos / Equal Opportunity Employer
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