Student Veterans of America Jobs

Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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General Dynamics Land Systems Program Protection Specialist in Sterling Heights, Michigan

Program Protection Specialistand#8226;Requisition Number:5596and#8226;Position Type:Full-Time Regularand#8226;Relocation Provided:Noand#8226;Department:Program Control Analysis - L0552 (Indirect)and#8226;Location:Sterling Heights Complex (LSHC)and#8226;Education Required:Bachelors Degreeand#8226;Experience Required:More than 10 yearsPosition Description:The function of this position is to support the Program Protection Office with responsibility for ensuring compliance across the US market in meeting Program Protection requirements as defined in new and existing programs. Advise functional leadership, Program Management and staff in the interpretation of security policies and the development of plans and procedures to meet customer Program Protection requirements. The following are the key duties and skills required:and#8226;Guides assessment, definition, development, and implementation of program protection requirements, including assessing data security provisions in technical reviews, specifications, engineering and test plans, designs, sub-contractor SOWs, RFPs, and other acquisition and engineering plans and documents.and#8226;Guide the assessments of incoming RFP's and Contract Modifications for Program Protection requirements and advising program leadership and contracts with cost and impacts for implementation of the Program Protection requirements.and#8226;Participate in development of Program Protection Implementation Plans (PPIP) as required by each program with PPIP responsibilitiesand#8226;Advise Program Management and staff in the interpretation of program protection policies and the development of plans and procedures to meet customer program protection requirementsand#8226;Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment while complying with policies, procedures, appropriate principles and applicable federal laws and regulations including NIST 800-171, NIST 800-53, Executive Order 13526, various DoDI and DFARS clauses and other applicable program protection policies.and#8226;Responsible for development and implementation of program protection strategies for existing and new programs, including analysis, and other activities designed to ensure comprehensive, consistent protection strategies are incorporated into the planning and execution of programs.and#8226;Support development of a consistent program folder structure and manage their execution including managing and applying access controls.and#8226;Serves as secondary interface with government program managers and security officers, internal/external customers, security support staff, Program Management, program personnel, and the GDLS Facility Security Officeand#8226;Strong understanding of Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) with the ability to train program personnel in recognizing and protecting CUI.and#8226;Guide in the managing and tracking of data access controls including communication across the user community to ensure compliance with program protection specific requirements.and#8226;Provide guidance, manage and participate in peer reviews to ensure proper document (data) markings have been applied (requires a good understanding ground combat and support vehicle technical work)Position Requirements:and#8226;Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Bachelor of Science in Business Management (with additional technical background)and#8226;Minimum of 9-13 years' experienceand#8226;Strong understanding of information technology in regards to system/network administration. Ability to develop scripts to help manage data is desiredand#8226;Solid understanding of ground combat and support vehicle technical workand#8226;Ability to rapidly analyze complex data, conduct research, and acquire factsand#8226;Sound and logical thinking in choosing a course of actionand#8226;Good organizational skills, flexibility and sound judgementand#8226;Demonstrated experience working in teams and matrix environmentsand#8226;Ability to work independently, manage