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Topic created on: September 30, 2008 20:06 CDT by aeppert .

Seeking Security Systems Engineers

The Intelligence and Information Solutions Business Unit currently has
an opening for a Security Systems Engineer.

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for designing, developing or recommending integrated
security system solutions that will ensure proprietary/confidential data
and systems are protected. Provides technical engineering services for
the support of integrated security systems  and solutions. Participates
with the client in the strategic design process to translate security
and business requirements into technical designs. Configures and
validates secure systems  and tests security products and systems to
detect security weakness. Works on problems of moderate scope. May
provide guidance to others to achieve goals in accordance with
established policies. May determine methods and procedures to be used on
new assignments. Ensures project schedules and performance requirements
are met. Contributes to the development of the organization's goals and
objectives. Decisions or failure to achieve results  may cause delays in
schedules. Frequently interacts with customers and functional peer
groups.


REQUIRED EDUCATION/SKILLS:
Bachelor's degree or equivalent and 4+ years related experience.
Experience and experiential understanding of networking protocols from
the application layer to the Ethernet layer, web application design and
technologies, familiarity with Unix-like operating systems, creative and
effective problem-solving skills, systems internals knowledge for at
least one OS, experience with advanced programming in a variety of
languages and OS environments, network architecture best practices for
security and optimization, reverse engineering and debugging skills,
enthusiasm for contributing to the security research community,
excellent demonstrated technical report writing skills, strong
communication and team skills, C/C++ programming, TCP/IP networking and
security, Understanding of x86 assembly, and an understanding of
Firewall/Secure network design.

DESIRED SKILLS
Debugging, RCE (reverse engineering), fluency in x86 assembly, advanced
python scripting, advanced perl scripting, windows internals, Linux
internals, software exploitation, incident handling, forensic analysis,
exploit development experience, forensics analysis, Software Development
Lifecycle experience, threat modeling, Masters Degree in Computer
Science or related field, strong skills in any assembly language,
understanding of incident handling processes, previous consulting or
research experience, and a strong knowledge of security best practices
including physical security, business processes, networking and
software.

Email jason.taylor@saic.com directly with resume for consideration.

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