What do you get when you bring together the brightest minds and place them into an exciting, fast-paced environment that fosters intellectual growth and rewards based on impact, not tenure?
You get one of the best privately held small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, that provides advanced technology and expert consulting services to industries throughout the world. AEgis specializes in modeling & simulation (M&S) and micro/nanoscale technology development. Our core competencies include simulation software and training simulators; geospatial databases; 3D models; war fighter exercise support; systems engineering and analysis; verification, validation, and accreditation (VV&A); test and evaluation support; Hardware-in-the-Loop (HWIL) and Man-in-the-Loop (MIL) simulation. AEgis' Nanogenesis Division excels in advancing cutting edge micro and nanoscale technologies from concept to deployment with applications ranging from defense to energy to biotechnology.
Description: The candidate will Perform Program Protection duties for various programs out of CMDS. Will provide direct support under the guidance of the Security Manager to all program product offices. This position requires a comprehensive understanding and ability to implement Technology and Program Protection requirements as defined in Chapter 13 of DoD 5000.02, AR 70-77. The candidate will also provide Defense Export Feasibility (DEF) support for the CMDS Program Office. This support will provide needed modifications and updates to successfully export the IFPC system as a case for Foreign Military Sale (FMS).
Duties and Responsibilities:
Major duties and responsibilities include the following: (a) Identification of Critical Program Information (CPI) and Critical Technologies, (b) conduct Supply Chain Risk Analysis, (c) Threat/Vulnerability/Risk Analysis, (d) Coordination of Anti-Tamper Implementation and oversite. Additional duties may include the following:
The successful candidate must be able to interact successfully with personnel from all branches of the military, government civilians, contractors and engineers. Supported acquisition activities range from concept exploration, related research and development projects, design and development through test and evaluation, fielding, advanced technology demonstrations, military exercises, and technology insertions into operational weapon systems.