Job Description :
Information security (IS) engineers for Office of Information Technology
Duration: 9+ Months
Location: Denver, Colorado
Direct Client: State Government

Summary:
The requested resources will develop and update project plans for the many technical and security related projects that support the operation and maintenance of the infrastructure for the Colorado Benefits Management System and associated systems (CBMS
Information security (IS) engineers will collect, review, evaluate and interpret data; diagnose normal and abnormal patterns; develop and implement security rules and policies; diagnose and troubleshoot problems; solve problems; and design and implement solutions based on security principals, best practice and existing technologies.
Engineers may also configure, maintain and install equipment; develop or modify source code; write scripts; harden or secure applications or databases; or respond to and resolve information security incidents depending on their area of specialty.
All engineering specialties may also plan, implement, evaluate, review and status projects involving information security solutions in their specialty area.
They document their work or the work of others on their projects.

Engineers must be able to clearly communicate and escalate problems, issues and solutions to technical and non-technical audiences alike using verbal, written and graphical communication.
They must be able to work on interdisciplinary teams to develop solutions that are integrated across organizational and functional lines.
Duties:
Primary job duties include the following:
Address security risk assessment findings and recommendations for two key systems, Colorado Benefits Management System (JAVA, Linux, Oracle) and PEAK (force.com platform)
Assist the state with updating processes and procedures in support of security plans for Federal Agencies (Social Security Administration, CMS and IRS)
Provide recommendations for software and hardware configurations to support security standards and setting up a HW/SW asset license management system.
Assist the state with planning the migration of one major system to new hardware and implementing the required controls.
Participate in the definition and implementation of projects to upgrade the systems and infrastructure to comply with revised standards for security and privacy, including MARS E v 2.0 for CMS and publication 1075 for IRS and management of FTI data.
Recommend changes to the process for planning and validating the application of patches.
Assist with the implementation of a Governance, Risk Compliance (GRC) tool
Review application code and operating system vulnerability scans and oversee remediation
Minimum Requirements:
Minimum of 3 years of experience in a system development environment
Minimum of 3 years’ experience developing and implementing technical projects
Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a security engineer or security auditor
Clear Communicator (written and verbal)
Experienced with using common business applications; such as, Google Docs, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel), Microsoft Project
Strong analytical and research skills using the Internet and other tools
Strong verbal communication skills and ability to facilitate a planning session or meeting
Understanding of data governance, including the security requirements for PII and PHI.
Must be able to work independently and be proactive in reaching for information
Must be comfortable in an environment with change and many concurrent projects

Desired Experience:
Understanding of a government environment and data governance
Experience in the application of commonly accepted concepts and practices specific to the secure design and development of technical documents
JAVA and Salesforce development

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Client : Office of Information Technology