BRIDGES Inc.

  • System Engineer IV

    Requisition ID
    2017-2461
    Job Type
    Full Time
    Posted Date
    6 months ago(11/3/2017 11:48 AM)
    Job Location
    US-MD-Hanover
    Division
    Government Solutions
    Exempt/Non-Exempt
    Exempt
  • Position Description

    System Engineer IV

     

    **This position requires a current active TS/SCI with Poly at time of application.**

     

    Position Description:

     

          • Analyze functional business requirements, processes, and design specifications for IT activities
          • Identify, resolve, and enhance problems and/or inefficiencies within existing systems
          • Design implementation of new systems and participate in analysis, design, and development/construction of next generation IT systems
          • Understand and balance customer’s IT needs with commercially available IT products’ realities to derive requirements and system specifications

     

    Experience Requirement:

    • Strong background in the following: HBSS
    • CBB/ACAS/Nessus
    • SCCM
    • BigFix
    • Security Configuration Guides (i.e. STIGs)
    • NIST 800-53
    • Risk Management Framework
    • Continuous Monitoring
    • CMRS
    • SCAP
    • CDM
    • PIG

     

     

     

    About Bridges Inc.

    With the passion to make a difference, BRIDGES solves national security and commercial vulnerability challenges using cyber intelligence. In today’s cyber battleground, our team of elite experts makes BRIDGES an industry pacesetter and agile innovator that delivers success as a trusted partner.

     

    We are hiring top talent for a rapid growth trajectory while maintaining our culture and values of commitment, integrity, respect, and courage. Within the BRIDGES family, our employees are our first priority. We offer best-in-class compensation and benefits, a collaborative atmosphere, and opportunities to develop and advance; ... and we have fun!

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