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Old 2 November 2010, 22:37
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CFATS Review Center Positions

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I have a client that is bidding an RFP to operate the Site Security Review Center for The DHS Chemical Security Section. Listed below are the two main job descriptions, if you meet these, or come close, the also need analysts as well as team leads. PM me with your resume and to discuss salary ranges and benefits (Believe it or not, benefits). This is a 5 year contract. This is a short turn around so if you are interested, please let me know ASAP.

Key bullets for candidates:

∑ They would be based in the Washington, DC area and work in Northern Virginia (Arlington, I believe)

∑ Positions are for employees with benefits, not contractors

∑ They must hold a current Secret clearance

∑ The project starts early January 2011 and is a five-year contract

∑ No travel required

∑ Primary task is leading team to review CFATS site security plans



Chemical Analyst

A Masterís degree in Engineering, Chemistry (or comparable) and a minimum of 10 years of demonstrated expertise in risk assessment, risk management and decision support. Experience performing qualitative and quantitative hazard analyzes using a variety of techniques, performing consequence assessments, and developing process safety and risk management programs for nuclear, chemical, petrochemical, oil & gas processing. A minimum of a Bachelorís degree is acceptable with an additional 5 years of demonstrated experience. Expertise in the area of chemical facility design, operations, processes, cyber control systems and security system methods and processes. This includes process design as it relates to engineering/construction of chemical plant facilities and process safety including accident investigation and facility security. Ability to interpret and evaluate chemical facility countermeasures against broad, performance and risk based security performance standards. Ability to review and analyze complex physical, chemical or cyber security processes and procedures as they apply to high risk chemical infrastructures and the chemical sector.



Cyber Analyst

A Masterís degree in Information Systems (or other technical field) with an Information Systems security certification from a recognized professional organization, such as the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium (ISC2), and a minimum of 10 years of demonstrated expertise in cyber systems and security including experience with industrial control systems (e.g. SCADA, DCS, PCS), and business information systems associated with manufacturing, distribution, inventory, and accounting (e.g. ERP, CRM, WMS, Supply-chain Management), which are commonly used in the chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors. A minimum of a Bachelorís degree is acceptable with an additional 5 years of demonstrated experience and an Information Systems security certification from a recognized professional organization. Widespread knowledge of various cyber security concepts, practices, and technologies including physical security systems, IP and serial data communications, web application security, enterprise IT infrastructure, micro/mainframe computer systems, information security management systems, business continuity/disaster recovery planning, change/configuration management, vulnerability assessment, compliance auditing, identity and access management, digital forensics, incident handling, cryptographic systems, IT asset management, penetration testing, lifecycle management, and wireless security. Ability to evaluate complex cyber systems to identify vulnerabilities that can potentially expose sensitive systems and data to sabotage, theft, or misuse by criminals, terrorists, or other adversaries. Review security plans; evaluate policies, procedures, and other protective measures; assess the effectiveness of existing practices.


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