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But we can't do it alone. We welcome and nurture an inclusive and diversified work culture. Because different backgrounds, experiences, abilities, and perspectives make us better decision-makers, problem solvers, and creators. We're changing the face of I.T. - from our diverse staff to the end-products we develop. And we're excited to expand our team. Are you ready to be a transformer?
We are seeking a Network Security Section Manager to participate in a team that will provide 24x7 mission-critical network operations services to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in support of more than 45,000 users. As a member of our team, you will help to ensure the reliability and security of this FIPS security categorized “High” network. As a member of the Network Security Team, you will work alongside the Operations Team (responsible for 365x24x7 enterprise network operations) and Architecture Team (responsible for enterprise network architecture).
The group's responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS)
Network Access Control (NAC)
Domain Name Systems (DNS)
Remote Access VPN (RA‐VPN)
Application Delivery/Load Balancing
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificate Management
System Accreditation and Authorization
Bachelor's in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering or other related discipline with 12+ years (or commensurate experience) OR Have one or more of the following certifications: CISSP, CCNP, CCIE Certification
At least 10 years of Network Security experience
Lead a team of network security experts
Practical application of current/emergent technologies, agile IT, ITIL and continuous improvement practices and techniques
Outstanding written and oral communications skills, and the demonstrated ability to convey technical concepts to non-technical audiences.
Duties may require traveling, being on call periodically, and occasionally working outside normal working hours (evenings and weekends)
Must be able to gain a government Public Trust clearance
Experience with and knowledge of the NIH operational environment and network infrastructure
Knowledge of and experience with technical tools such as Science Logic One, RedSeal, LiveNX, AlgoSec, Net LineDancer, Graphana, StealthWatch, ZEN (Government-Off-The-Shelf), PerSonar, Cisco ISE, Cisco APIC/ACI Cluster Management, Cisco AnyConnect, Cisco DNA, SecureCRT, Infoblox, Network Traffic Generator, Network Packet Capture, TACACS, Riverbed, Gigamon, VMWare VSphere, Struxerware, xMatters, NetScout Air Magnet, Cisco Sourcefire, Palo Alto Wildfire, F5 Big IP, RedHat, Radware DDOS, Tenable, Active Directory, and Splunk