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Positions Located in the Vienna, VA Area (click job title to expand description):

DHMSM Engineering Tester

Test Engineer II – Salary range $70,000 – $120,000/year
LABOR CATEGORY: Test Engineer
FUNCTIONAL AREA: Electronic Health Information System
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCEBS/5 or 10 plus years of testing experience with testing certifications
CLEARANCE: ADP2/IT2 Public Trust Eligible

**Candidate Must be a U.S. Citizen

 JOB DESCRIPTION: Mid to senior level tester required to analyze technical documents to write test plan, test execution plan and test scripts for executing EHR Enterprise Interfaces for an enclave of COTS product infrastructure.  Perform test execution verifying HL7, CCD, XML and FHIR messaging between multiple environments and interface test instances.  Provide test evidence and record defects.  Participate in trouble shooting engineering calls in order to mitigate defects.  Please note this is not an automation testing position.

SCOPE:  Participate in multi team, fast paced, agile electronic health enterprise system to provide engineering testing for multiple environments and federal program initiatives. Receives task assignments by Engineering Test Lead and tracked in agile testing tools. 

PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Works on problems of simple to moderate complexity where analysis of situation or data requires an evaluation of various factors. Exercises some independent judgment within defined practices and policies in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.

FREEDOM TO ACT: Work is accomplished with moderate direction. Exerts modest latitude in determining objectives of assignments. May determine methods and procedures on new assignments.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Required:

  • Bachelor degree plus 5 years test experience, or ten plus years testing experience with testing certification
  • Must be US Citizen
  • Previous agile test experience

Preferred:

  • Recent active CAC
  • Previous federal testing experience
  • Previous AHLTA MTF and Theatre experience
  • Previous test experience with HL7 messaging or engineering testing

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS AND ABILITY:

  • Strong analytical and verbal communication skills to interpret technical documents for clarification with other engineering team members
  • Strong verbal and written communication to engage with interface engineers coordinating test execution and defect mitigation
  • Experience with standard incident management systems such as Remedy
  • Experience with Agile ALM tools such as JIRA, VersionOne, JAZZ
  • Ability to cross train on supporting and executing testing across all system interfaces
  • Knowledge or experience with SOAP UI, Orion Rhapsody preferred
  • Ability to communicate effectively, as well as, run engineer skype calls with all enterprise representatives for test execution and trouble shooting
  • Adaptability to quickly change direction on day to day tasks

WORK LOCATION:

Regular on-site (Vienna, Virginia) support is required (Leidos Facility)

Senior Cybersecurity Coordinator

Demonstrated experience and ability to confer with client executive management using industry expertise to define the client’s strategic enterprise information technology business goals, and advises in the reengineering of high level business processes to meet these goals. Demonstrated experience and ability to analyze extremely complex client requirements and recommend sophisticated development or acquisition strategies. Demonstrates experience and ability to assist client in developing strategic plans and concepts. Demonstrates experience and ability to advise client on the impact of new legislation and emerging technologies that are relevant to their activity. Demonstrates experience and ability to effectively communicate, both orally and in writing.

ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS: Proposed personnel will be evaluated also based on the following qualifications:
1. The currency, quality and depth of experience of individual personnel in working on similar projects. Similar projects must convey similarity in topic, dollar value, workload, duration, and complexity.

2. Quality and depth of education and experience on other projects which may be relevant.

3. The currency of experience, quality and depth of how the Project Director will supervise and coordinate the workforce.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS AND ABILITY: Extensive experience with IT systems, preferably in the realm of  US Navy / Defense Electronic Health Records management. Must have a thorough knowledge of HIPAA / cybersecurity.

WORK LOCATION: Regular on-site support is required

PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Works on complex problems where analysis of situation or data requires an
in-depth evaluation of various factors. Exercises independent judgment within defined practices and
policies in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.

FREEDOM TO ACT: Work is accomplished without considerable direction. Exerts significant latitude in
determining objectives of assignments. May determine methods and procedures on new assignments and
supervises and provides guidance to other personnel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree and 10 years related experience in Information Technology and Cybersecurity. Advanced certifications such as CISSP or GSLC highly favorable. Past experience in US Navy Bureau of Medicine a plus.

Secret Clearance required.

Positions Located in EITHER the Charleston, SC, Falls Church, VA, OR San Antonio, TX Areas (click job title to expand description):

Risk Management Framework (RMF) Specialist

Currently seeking an RMF Specialist to support an active government contract. This individual will be responsible for supporting vendor and assigned ISSM efforts to develop RMF packages and providing relevant cybersecurity expertise. They will help take Defense Health Agency (DHA) Program of Record(s) (POR) through a full accreditation assessment and achieve an ATO.

Responsibilities include:

Support and coordinate workflow, activity, and documentation necessary to achieve successful DIACAP C&A (and/or RMF A&A efforts) for various DoD environments.  This includes:

    • Coordination among myriad stakeholders, e.g., Security Engineers, Network Administrators, System Administrators, Information Assurance Managers (IAMs) / Information Systems Security Managers (ISSMs), certification authorities (and representatives), accreditation authorities (and representatives), program managers, vendors, etc., necessary to properly identify, document, mitigate, and manage risk attributed to the target system, network, and/or application;
    • Identify, develop (either directly, or in coordination with applicable experts), and incorporate common artifacts found in a DIACAP (or RMF) accreditation package, e.g., system architecture and boundaries, hardware and software inventories, risk assessment reports, POA&Ms, data flows, PPSM accounting, and other necessary system, network, and application documentation;
    • Knowledge and experience identifying, assessing, and documenting compliance against applicable DoD IA security controls (technical, management, operational), Service (e.g., Army) regulations, etc., within the DIACAP (and/or RMF) package;
    • Familiarity with the use of vulnerability scanning and assessment tools (e.g., ACAS/Nessus) necessary to identify and document compliance; and
  • Knowledge of and ability to use applicable compliance and accreditation reporting environments (e.g., eMASS, CMRS) to document the progress of C&A (A&A);

Qualifications

    • 10+ years of technical experience or a Bachelor’s Degree and 6+ years of technical experience
    • Capable of providing thought leadership to the ISSM in his/her efforts to maintain an organizational or system-level cybersecurity program, consistent with DoD appointment memorandum focal points (e.g., cybersecurity architecture, compliance requirements, objectives and policies, personnel, and processes and procedures).
    • Ability to identify, interpret and evaluate major applications, infrastructure, enclaves, and Enterprise system environments based on proposed accreditation boundaries.
    • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously;
    • Strong verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills;
    • Secret Clearance
  • Minimum of an IAT level II certification. IAT/IAM level III certification is preferred (Security+ or equivalent and OS Cert such as Server+ at a minimum, CISSP plus OS Cert preferred)

Location

    • Charleston, preferred
    • Falls Church
  • San Antonio