Your responsibilities will include:
The Australian Defence Force over the past decade has experienced a sharp increase in the need for distributed simulation to support collective training for combined, Joint and coalition forces. JP9711 creates the next generation of Defence’s core simulation capability, utilising backbone architecture and services delivered as part of the Central Processing (CP) program to deliver secure distributed networked training events to Defence end-users. The Security Architect role is to support a larger technical team in the design, architecting and development of a certified and accredited compute architecture for the delivery of these services.
Some of the key activities you will undertake are:
Deliver multiple high-quality documents in support of the JP9711 Certification and Accreditation effort IAW ISM and DSM requirements
Support the delivery of a compute architecture that resolves the findings of those documents
Developing and delivering C&A artefacts IAW Australian Defence standards
Elicit requirements from, and communicate findings to a wide range of stakeholders, including Defence representatives
Manage and support the implementation of the C&A artefact outcomes/findings,
Architect and implement C&A requirements into compute and networking architecture designed for end-user operations
To be successful, you will have:
Substantial experience in an Information Assurance role within
Australian Government, preferably Defence.
Extensive demonstrated knowledge of Information Assurance C&A frameworks.
Extensive experience assessing risk in-line with PSPF, ISM and DSM requirements.
Up-to-date understanding of threats and vulnerabilities as they apply to Defence IT systems.
Sound understanding of system engineering principles and methodology.
Advanced skills in writing accurate documentation
A working knowledge in methodologies such as SABSA, COBIT, ITIL, ISO27000 series would be an added advantage.
Knowledge in technologies such as Cross Boundary Solutions (Firewalls, Gateway Appliances, CDS, Diodes), SIEM and Log collection/management solutions, Anti-Malware, Data Loss Prevention, Whitelisting techniques, Microsoft Active Directory or Computer Forensics capabilities would be advantageous.
Experience as an IT Security Officer capacity.
Qualifications in SABSA, CISSP, CISA, I-RAP, D-RAP, ISO 27001, ISO27005, CRISC would be advantageous.
An Engineering degree (computer science, software engineering, Information Systems etc.) within a relevant discipline is highly desirable.
Applicants are required to be Australian Citizens and eligible to hold & maintain CoA NV1 security clearance.
Employment may be contingent on the satisfactory result of criminal and/or other background screens, which require the collection and transfer of personal information.
What we offer you:
At Lockheed Martin we value our team and the contribution they make every day. We offer rewarding career pathways working on interesting projects that make a difference, continuous professional development and the opportunity to learn from a diverse team of talented individuals. In return we offer:
Options for genuine work/life flexibility
Membership to Destination Discounts – that saves you money on many every day purchases including supermarkets, petrol, department stores to name a few
Annual flu vaccinations
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