Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Analyst
Employment Term: Regular
Employment Type: Full-Time
Experience: 5-7 years
Education: Bachelor Degree
Degree Field: Business, Operations, Political Science, Security, Technical
A combination of training, certifications, and relevant work experience may be considered to meet the education requirement.
Applicant is subject to government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for clearance level required for the job.
An Active DoD Secret clearance is required for this position.
Travel: CONUS & OCONUS 25%
Candidate must possess a current passport with 8 months remaining until the expiration date.
Location: Washington DC
This position is located in a government office space.
Job Description and Requirements:
Risk Mitigation Consulting, Inc. (RMC), a DoD mission assurance and risk mitigation Government contractor, is seeking a Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Analyst in Washington, DC.
- Health, vision, and dental insurance for the employee is paid in full by RMC and dependent health care is subsidized by RMC.
- This position participates in the Annual Bonus Program.
- Position requires the ability to travel approximately 25% of the time.
The Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Analyst is responsible for supporting the Department of the Navy (DON) CIP Program. The DON CIP Program plays an integral role in achieving mission assurance (MA) and complements other DON program efforts that also contribute to MA through risk management such as: Antiterrorism, Readiness, Cybersecurity, Continuity of Operations, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and High-Yield Explosives protection, Emergency Management, Physical Security and Energy Security.
The CIP Analyst is responsible for supporting the Commander Navy Installations Command (CNIC) N3AT with onsite and offsite support and may travel within the U. S. and overseas as necessary. The CIP Analyst is responsible for facilitating CIP and MA project coordination across CNIC and assisting military and Department of Defense (DoD) civilian leaders in planning, organizing and coordinating program requirements. The CIP Analyst will develop CIP and MA policy documents, reports, and briefings, as required. This position is a subject matter expert (SME) for CIP and MA topics and assists in developing and reviewing plans, program documents, and instructions to help ensure compliance with DoD policies and directives. Support may also consist of developing briefings, program documents, reports, and information papers on CIP and MA topics.
- Serve as advisor to CNIC N3AT clients on CIP and MA matters
- Act as liaison between CNIC, OPNAV N46, and all subordinate and supported commands for all CIP and MA related issues
- Work closely with installations and CNIC subordinate commands to ensure full and timely completion of Corrective Action Plans (CAP) and Risk Remediation Packages (RRP) associated with MA assessment reports
- Support the CNIC MA program status monthly update for VADM Jackson, CNIC and provide face-to-face briefings to CNIC N3 Mr. Alexander on status of MA program process with CAPs
- Support policy and procedure development through developing draft CNIC instructions concerning MA and CIP
- Coordinate with the SMIG on priority MILCON projects and facilitate collaboration with the Regions and across CNIC N codes concerning MA and CIP initiatives
- Respond to TV-5 Taskers concerning CNIC related MA and CIP matters
- Serve as SME contributing to development of CIP and MA security, policy, and guidance
- Coordinate with N46 staff in support of policy development for Security/Physical Security requirements at various sites
- Support the Navy critical asset identification process (CAIP) through coordinating with OPNAV N46 in developing the Navy response to the DoD CAIP process
- Provide support, as necessary, to all phases of the Chief of Naval Operations Mission Assurance Assessment (CNO-MAA), including supporting mission analysis site visits, as needed
- Provide input, research, and support to the mission analysis phase of the MAA and assist with the development and review of mission chains
- Review MAA reports for each installation with CNIC equity and/or critical assets to garner an understanding of risk to critical assets and missions supported by those assets
- Prepare graphic, oral, and written reports, schedules, plans of action and milestones, briefs, and products in support of the DON CIP Program
- Work with N46/Joint Staff to develop Enterprise Protection Risk Management (EPRM) user registration data for submission to EPRM Administration staff
- Assist as needed in the development, review, forwarding and tracking of risk remediation plans for select task critical assets and associated infrastructure
- Review and update critical asset data in the Strategic Mission Assurance Data System (SMADS) for validity and assist with the validation process
- Enter and maintain collected MAA data in the Navy Critical Asset Management System (NAVCAMS
- A minimum of 5 years of MA/CIP related experience
- Superb oral and written communications skills
- Ability to act as a primary interface with clients
- Excellent ability to develop narrative and presentation products, including reports, schedules, tracking tools, plans of action and milestones, briefs, and spreadsheets
- Superb research and analytical skills
- Notable quality and editorial document review skills
- Ability to demonstrate significant attention to detail
- Excellent oral presentation and briefing skills
- Display significant flexibility in addressing multiple client requests simultaneously
- Fluent or advanced working knowledge in all Microsoft Office products, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook
- Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize tasks and manage time to meet multiple deadlines
- Familiarity with military organizations and protocol highly desirable
- Navy operations background is desired
Compliance with a drug-free work environment, U. S. Citizen, possess valid State driver’s license.
RMC is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor.
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