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Information Assurance Support Officer and System Administrator
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The candidate will function as the primary Systems Administrator for laboratory systems. The IASO/SA will also provide the Information Assurance Manager’s (IAM) office with support and guidance through established Department of Defense (DoD) and Army policies and well as organizational policies.
- Keep lab systems up to date and compliant with all IA requirements (Antivirus, IAVA and patching compliance, DISA STIGs, etc)
- Assist the IAM office in ensuring initial and annual Cyber Security Challenge training is completed for users
- Prepare, distribute, and maintain plans, instructions, and SOPs concerning system security
- Ensure log files and audits are maintained and reviewed for all systems and that authentication (for example, password) policies are audited for compliance
- Report Security Violations to the IAM office and work through any mitigating tasks as needed
- Ensure that all ISs within their area of responsibility are certified, accredited and reaccredited
- Work with end users and the IAM office to have software procured by end users added to the CA Catalog to facilitate installation to end user’s systems
- Perform risk analysis for branch-wide software requests
- Write and review Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
- Provide quality customer service
- 3 years' relevant IASO/SA experience
- DoD Security clearance
- DoD 8570 compliant (minimum IAT-II) by obtaining/maintaining required certifications prior to start
- Experience with vulnerability patching
- Experience configuring systems according to the DISA STIGs
- Ability to develop and execute detailed written plans for complex software and hardware implementations.
- Understanding of DoD and Army IA policies, guidance, and best practices
- Working knowledge of system administration, patch management, etc.
- Competent understanding of network architecture
- Working knowledge of Microsoft, Apple and UNIX operating systems
- Ability to develop effective written procedures and SOPs to guide daily operations.
- Skilled with Microsoft Office products for creating documents using Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
- Experience supporting and configuring network infrastructure in accordance with DOD policies and procedures
- Customer friendly
- Able to multi-task
- Mature, self-motivated, adaptable and able to work well in a group environment.
- Excellent written, verbal and problem solving skills
ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/ Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity)
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