Technical Project Manager / Network Administrator

Center For Internet Security - Remote4.6

Full-timeEstimated: $110,000 - $160,000 a year
CIS Benchmarks are computer system configuration guidance standards that are used world-wide to secure systems ranging from handheld devices to workstations to servers to network devices from evolving cyber threats.

The Benchmark Technical Project Manager and Community Lead (BTPM-CL). The BTPM-CL leads the public Technology Communities under their care and orchestrates the development of community driven Benchmark documents, Automated Assessment Content (AAC), and Build Kits.

What You'll Do
Lead multiple public consensus teams on continual development and release of security best practice guidance for a variety of Information Technology assets, with a focus on securing commercial networking equipment (Cisco, Juniper, F5, etc.) and accompanying AAC
Lead and guide others through the overall Benchmark development process and community relations
Collaborate with the team to develop, maintain and own Benchmark delivery schedules based on market priority
Lead multiple assigned public/volunteer technology communities in the development of configuration security guidance (i.e. CIS Benchmarks) for applicable systems to approved schedule
Develop strategies and plans to grow assigned communities and overcome resource and process obstacles; Collaborate with other stakeholders to execute strategies
Use CIS tools to develop, test and deliver Benchmark prose, Automated Assessment Content (SCAP, XCCDF, OVAL, etc.) and Build Kits
Coordinate internal/external resources, but also directly contribute as able to achieve deliveries (based on technical expertise)
Develop test plans for Benchmark recommendations, Automated Assessment Content, and Build Kits
Coordinate testing internally/externally and validate results
Mentor and coach team members in a technical capacity
Other tasks and responsibilities as assigned
What You'll Need
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, IT, or a related field*
4+ years of experience managing/administering multiple computer systems (MS Windows, Linux, Network Gear, Mobile Devices, etc.)
2+ years of experience with enterprise network device (Switches, Routers, Firewalls, etc.) configuration and management (Cisco, Juniper, Palo Alto, Aruba, etc.)
2+ Years of team leadership experience including coaching and mentoring
2+ years of experience in the practical application of Cybersecurity concepts and issues
Experience working in a diverse geographically distributed community (Open Source software development, Standards development, etc.)
Experience using or developing configuration security guidance (DISA STIGs, etc.)
Experience with Agile processes
Experience with testing of software and/or system security configurations
Must be authorized to work in the United States

It's a Plus if You Have:
PMI PMP certification
(ISC)2 CISSP certification
Hands-on experience with Jira and Confluence
Experience within the security automation domain, including expertise in Security Content
Automation Protocol (SCAP)-related schemas, such as Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language (OVAL), Extensible Configuration Checklist Description Format (XCCDF), Common Configuration Enumeration (CCE) and Common Platform Enumeration (CPE)
Familiarity with Cloud systems and Cloud-based application deployment (Amazon Web Service, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Kubernetes, Docker, etc.