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CURRENT OPENINGS

Clearance Level:   Active Top Secret a MUST 

Location: Quantico, VA Hybrid 1-2 Days onsite

DCSA requires Cloud Security Analyst support in order to maintain IT infrastructure, applications, and any new development projects with ensuring the security efficacy of networks. As such, technical analysis, research, evaluation, and technical guidelines shall be performed in order to accomplish the needed support. The workload for ISSE will vary depending on the number of active development projects, the RMF governance tier level, and other technical evaluations required by DCSA.

Requirements:

  • At least 3 Years- Cloud security experience
  • Knowledge of Federal/DoD IT and Cloud security policies, IT configuration tools, Network Security, and other applicable Cybersecurity Policies
  • Demonstrated experience with research and analysis of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Government-Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) and IA-enabled products as part of the security architecture and ensure products are National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Policy Number 11 (NSTISSP-11) compliant and validated via the NIAP Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme or NIST Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP).
  • Sufficient experience designing IT system architecture and solutions for a mid to large enterprise with both local and remote connection requirements
  • Ability to assess current infrastructure and architecture and make recommendations for improvement, expansions, and device/software lifecycle management
  • Be able to maintain TS/SCI clearance and access to required commercial and/or DoD systems including NIPRNet, SIPRNet, and JWICS
  • Liaise with internal and external partners at all levels, government and private sector, in order to benefit the organization

Education:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree, in Cybersecurity, and/or Information Systems Management or equivalent experience

Certification(s):

  • IASAE I or IAM II or IAT II
  • Cloud certifications preferred

Clearance Level: Active Top Secret a MUST

Location: Quantico, VA Hybrid – 2 Days onsite

DCSA requires ISSE support in order to maintain IT infrastructure, applications, and any new development projects with ensuring the security efficacy of networks. As such, technical analysis, research, evaluation, and technical guidelines shall be performed in order to accomplish the needed support. The workload for ISSE will vary depending on the number of active development projects, the RMF governance tier level, and other technical evaluations required by DCSA.

Requirements: 

  • Three (3) Years- Cybersecurity experience
  • Knowledge of DoD, NIST, Cloud, DISA, and other applicable Cybersecurity Policies, Procedures, and best practices
  • Two (2)-Three (3) years hands on experience with eMASS or other similar compliance system, entering packages, managing POA&Ms, running reports, etc.
  • Must have experience as an RMF/A&A team lead or significant contributor, preferred if a technical advisor in a certain system or technology, i.e., networking, AWS cloud, servers, etc.
  • Experience/Education to serve as a senior engineer level technical advisor to the RMF process.
  • Demonstrated experience with research and analysis of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) and Government-Off-The-Shelf (GOTS) and IA-enabled products as part of the security architecture and ensure products are National Security Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Policy Number 11 (NSTISSP-11) compliant and validated via the NIAP Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme or NIST Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) Cryptographic Module Validation Program (CMVP).
  • Sufficient experience designing IT system architecture and solutions for a mid to large enterprise with both local and remote connection requirements.
  • Ability to assess current infrastructure and architecture and make recommendations for improvement, expansions, and device/software lifecycle management.
  • Be able to maintain TS/SCI clearance and access to required commercial and/or DoD systems including NIPRNet, SIPRNet, and JWICS
  • Liaise with internal and external partners at all levels, government and private sector, in order to benefit the organization.

Education:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree, in Cybersecurity, and/or Information Systems Management or equivalent experience

Certification(s):    

  • IASAE I or IAM II or IAT II

Location: Quantico, VA 100% Remote (Maybe required to come onsite once a month) 

Job Description:

ICS is seeking Cyber Communications Specialist – New Award- DCSA in order to maintain and support current and future organizational operations. Various technical documents, procedures, and policies are to be developed in order to provide support.

Permanent Position with Benefits – 5 Year Award

Clearance Level: Active Secret a MUST

Tasks may include:

  • Work with various stakeholders to gather, track, communication and monitor contract deliverables and turn them into useful reports for Leadership.
  • Creates effective process workflows which makes gathering requirements from Stakeholders simple.
  • Provide professional editorial and publishing level subject matter expertise for the release of publications, reports, and communications to the Department.
  • Early engagement and assessment of reporting content, developmental and substantive editing for structure, standardization, line editing for grammar, punctuation, syntax, spelling, and proofreading for adherence to DoD style publications.
  • Experience utilizing tasking tracking tools (CATMS, etc.) to coordinate executive correspondence.
  • All other duty areas assigned under contract requirements.
  • SharePoint Workflow and site administration is not required, but highly desired.
  • Plans and schedules cyber security project activities to include monitoring and reporting various project progress.
  • Provide support in creating, writing, and maintaining missing or outdated policies, procedures, communications and processes as needed.
  • Analyze, recommend, and execute changes to current Policies/Procedures and Processes.
  • Provide support in creating, writing, and maintaining missing or outdated Policies/Procedures and Processes.
  • Provide document development support to OCIO focused on both required day-to-day and longer-term strategic operations.
  • Develop and maintain required tools and/or templates, communications, briefings, workshops and other efforts required to successfully initiate implementation of OCIO initiatives.

Requirements:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology or Information Systems Management preferred
  • At least 5-7 years of experience
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Project, etc.)
  • Knowledge of standard DoD policy practices and writing style, and industry best practices.

Must be US Citizen/Active Interim Top Secret or Active Top Secret is required

Location: Quantico, VA – 60% Remote

Overall Job Description: 

DCSA requires A&A Validator who will manage customer-required Risk Management Framework (RMF) efforts for DCSA customers. The Validator will be responsible to work collaboratively with Information Technology (IT) Engineers and System Administrators to conduct Cyber Security (CS) analysis, mitigation, remediation, and monitoring to ensure compliance with applicable DoD and DCSA policies, procedures, and regulations. The validator will assess and validate that the system has implemented the approved security control baseline.

You will work with Cyber Assurance (CA) team which conducts Risk Management Framework efforts supporting Enterprise level tasks (Tier II) in the roles of Cyber Analyst and Cyber Validators. In addition, the CA team conducts A&A validation and security testing devices before allowing the hardware to be added to the network. The CA team may be required to travel at least 10 times a year for annual security assessments and continuous monitoring efforts. Cybersecurity support includes systems which comprise the ESS, the Agency administrative networks- (Unclassified but sensitive Data Network (UDN), Classified Data Network (CDN), and JWICS enclaves), GIG waivered networks and all standalone systems (non-networked computers).

Requirements:

  • At least 3 Years- hands-on technical Cybersecurity validation experience
  • Supporting A&A validation, RMF assurance, POA&Ms, and eMASS submissions
  • Develop, update, and provide for Government review, all DoD and other federal agency-specific documentation specified in Government A&A Framework and DoDI 8510.01, as applicable.
  • Maintain all DCSA & PM managed system records and documents supporting compliance with federal laws, directives, policies and procedures, and provide at all times complete access to the records. Store all A&A related documentation within a government A&A Repository.
  • Conduct A&A related security test and evaluations using government mandated tools and test procedures.
  • Develop or contribute to A&A related POA&Ms and Risk Assessment Reports as directed by applicable policy and guidance.
  • Review and analyze data found in eMASS (or similar A&A Repository /continuous monitoring tool).
  • Generate reports identifying noncompliant systems.
  • Knowledge of Risk Management Framework (RMF), STIGs and eMASS or similar (e.g., Xacta or CSAM)
  • Knowledge of DISA Security Technical Information Guides, NIST SP 800-53, and other applicable DoD Cybersecurity policies
  • Possess strong writing skills; experience preparing enterprise-wide SOPs, reports for high level officials
  • Experience developing cybersecurity documentation, Plan of Actions & Milestones (POAM), enterprise mission assurance support service (eMASS) submissions, and system security engineering efforts

Certification(s):

8570 IAM Level I (e.g., CAP, CND, Cloud+, GSLC, Security+, HCISPP)

 OR

8570 IAM Level II (e.g., CAP, CASP+ CE, CISM, CISSP (or Associate), GSLC, CCISO, HCISPP)

DCSA requires Cyber Defense Incident Responder Log reports, forensics investigations, incident reports, trend reports on classified data spills. Log reports are conducted daily, covering the Security Information and Event Manager (SEIM, Host Based Security System (HBSS), and vulnerability scanners. Log reports are produced daily covering 30-plus activities that are used to depict current network security and any anomalous activity. Review logs to include but not limited to servers, firewalls, web proxy, and infrastructure devices.

Location: Quantico, VA Now 60%

Must possess an active Top Secret security clearance with the ability to obtain and read on SCI

Job Responsibilities:

  • Identify violations of internet access by reviewing web content filtering logs in accordance with DCSA policy, DoD policy, and CND SOP
  • Identify and report incidents that involve email to include but not limited to phishing, malware, and spillage
  • Develop and maintain SOPs for security monitoring
  • Provide daily reports on key indicators of network security as provided by DSS net defender SOP
  • Generate reports showing specific types of incidents
  • Create SOPs and guides for response to specific categories and types of incidents.
  • Perform trend analysis of incidents to identify potential problem areas
  • Make recommendations for systemic, policy or procedural changes in order to mitigate specific risks
  • Execute Incident Response Plan as required
  • Support security incident reporting on all network computer security incidents and spillages
  • Analyze Endpoint Security Solutions (ESS) log data to determine potential threats
  • Analyze ESS log data to determine rogue systems
  • Analyze ESS logs to determine infected systems
  • Analyze ESS logs to identify systems that had unauthorized USBs connected to them
  • Analyze ESS logs to determine unauthorized system changes
  • Develop and maintain SOP for ESS Continuous Monitoring
  • Develop and maintain a forensic SOP for conducting forensic investigations in accordance with DoD and DCSA directives and legal requirements
  • Conduct Forensic investigations with EnCase Forensic (or similar) tool using all legal and DCSA Control Steps
  • Acquire and preserve a forensic image of data from system hard disk drives, and volatile memory to include but not limited to documents, images, email, webmail, Internet artifacts, web history and cache, HTML page reconstruction, chat sessions, compressed files, backup files, encrypted files, RAIDs, system files, executables, scripts, on workstations, laptops, servers, VDIs, external mass storage, and smartphones and tablets
  • Create a forensic exact binary duplicate of the original system or media utilizing EnCase Forensic (or similar) tool
  • Daily, review or user activity discovered by CND network monitoring tools
  • Analyze user activity data from CND tools to determine which indicators or triggers can be applied
  • Determine thresholds for user activity that would require referral to DSS Insider Threat Working Group
  • Analyze user activity data from CND tools to determine if thresholds for user activity have been met for that would require further investigation
  • Make recommendations for systemic, policy or procedural changes in order to mitigate vulnerabilities found

Requirements:

  • Must meet DoD 8570.01-M IAT Level II Certification and be able to perform as an CSSP-IR.
  • Associate’s Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Management, Cyber Security, or equivalent experience.
  • At least 3 years hands-on technical cybersecurity experience and knowledge with Computer Network Defense concepts, DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides, DoD A&A Process, NIST SP 800-53, NIST SP 800-61, CJCSM 6510.01 B, United States Cyber Command guidelines, and other applicable DoD cybersecurity and Computer Network Defense policies.

Certifications (Preferred):

Certified CSSP-IR Level to include one of the following certifications: CEH, CFR, CCNA Cyber Ops, CCNA Security, CHFI, CySA+, GCFA, GCIH, SCYBER, Pen+

Location: Quantico, VA 80% Remote

Clearance Level: Secret/Top Secret

Customer needs technical publications support in order to maintain and support current and future organizational operations.  Various technical documents, procedures, and policies are to be developed in order to provide support. Tasks may include:

  • Analyze, recommend, and execute changes to current Policies/Procedures and Processes.
  • Provide support in creating, writing, and maintaining missing or outdated Policies/Procedures and Processes.
  • Provide document development support to OCIO focused on both required day-to-day and longer-term strategic operations.
  • Develop and maintain required tools and/or templates, communications, briefings, workshops and other efforts required to successfully initiate implementation of OCIO initiatives.
  • Document and update policies, business processes, analyses, and support activities, as directed.
  • Review and approve all work done and documents produced by Contractors for Technical Publications Support.
  • Support the PM in the creation and submission of all GiG (DoDIN) Waiver A&A documentation specified in applicable Government A&A policies and DISA/DSAWG GiG (DoDIN ) Waiver requirements.
  • Manage, maintain and update SharePoint portal, coordinate import/export and create/configure objects (libraries, lists, and tasks).
  • Develop and provide for Government all other waiver documentation specified in applicable Government.
  • Monitor IT system authorization termination dates, and publication and assessment expiration dates for required updates.
  • Develop cyber awareness correspondence and artifacts such as digital posters, banners, memorandums.
  • Maintain schedule of events
  • Take meeting minutes.

Requirements:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology or Information Systems Management preferred
  • At least 3 years of experience in cyber IT technical writing/scheduling
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Project, etc.)
  • Knowledge of standard DoD policy practices and writing style, and industry best practices.

Tasks include IDS/firewall placement and configuration support and network security monitoring: Responsible for traffic analysis, vulnerability scanning, Incident Response, wireless scanning, Host Based Security System (HBSS), Information Assurance Vulnerability Management program, Network Access control, insider threat support, web content filtering, data at rest and various cyber security application/tools installed on servers and workstations, may include maintenance and upkeep of the server or workstation.

Clearance Level: Active Top Secret a MUST

Location: Quantico, VA 50% Remote 

  • Analyze impact of firewall configurations.
  • Review logs to include but not limited to servers, firewalls, web proxy, and infrastructure devices.
  • Identify violations of internet access by reviewing web content filtering logs in accordance with DCSA policy, DoD policy, and CND SOPs.
  • Identify and report incidents that involve email to include but not limited to phishing, malware, and spillage.
  • Develop and maintain SOPs for security monitoring.
  • Provide daily reports on key indicators of network security as provided by DCSA net defender SOP.
  • Generate reports showing specific types of incidents.
  • Make recommendations for systemic, policy or procedural changes in order to mitigate specific risks.
  • Support security incident reporting on all network computer security incidents and spillages.
  • Analyze Endpoint Security Solutions (ESS) log data to determine potential threats.
  • Analyze ESS log data to determine rogue systems.
  • Analyze ESS logs to determine infected systems.
  • Analyze ESS logs to identify systems that had unauthorized USBs connected to them.
  • Analyze ESS logs to determine unauthorized system changes.
  • Develop and maintain SOP for ESS Continuous Monitoring.
  • Daily, review or user activity discovered by CND network monitoring tools.
  • Develop lists of indicators and triggers of insider threat Activity.
  • Develop SOPs guides outlining the thresholds for referrals to DSS insider threat Working Group.
  • Make recommendations for systemic, policy or procedural changes in order to mitigate vulnerabilities found.
  • Must meet DoD 8570.01-M IAT Level II and be able to perform as an CSSP Analyst.
  • Associates Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Management, Cyber Security, or equivalent experience.
  • At least 3 years hands-on technical cybersecurity experience and knowledge of Computer Network Defense concepts, DISA Security Technical Information Implementation Guides, DoD A&A Process, NIST SP 800-53, NIST SP 800-61, CJCSM 6510.01 B, United States Cyber Command guidelines, and other applicable DoD Cyber Security and Computer Network Defense policies.

Cyber Defense Incident Responder/Threat Hunt- DCSA  also perform Threat Hunt operations placement and configuration support and network security monitoring: Responsible for traffic analysis, vulnerability scanning, Incident Response, wireless scanning, Host Based Security System (HBSS), Information Assurance Vulnerability Management program, Network Access control, insider threat support, web content filtering, data at rest and various cyber security application/tools installed on servers and workstations, may include maintenance and upkeep of the server or workstation.

Active  Top Secret is a MUST 

Must meet DoD 8570.01-M IAT Level II

Location: –  Quantico 50% Remote

  • Analyze impact of firewall configurations and perform Threat Hunt operations.
  • Review logs to include but not limited to servers, firewalls, web proxy, and infrastructure devices.
  • Identify violations of internet access by reviewing web content filtering logs in accordance with DCSA policy, DoD policy, and CND SOPs.
  • Identify and report incidents that involve email to include but not limited to phishing, malware, and spillage.
  • Develop and maintain SOPs for security monitoring.
  • Provide daily reports on key indicators of network security as provided by DCSA net defender SOP.
  • Generate reports showing specific types of incidents.
  • Make recommendations for systemic, policy or procedural changes in order to mitigate specific risks.
  • Support security incident reporting on all network computer security incidents and spillages.
  • Analyze Endpoint Security Solutions (ESS) log data to determine potential threats.
  • Analyze ESS log data to determine rogue systems.
  • Analyze ESS logs to determine infected systems.
  • Analyze ESS logs to identify systems that had unauthorized USBs connected to them.
  • Analyze ESS logs to determine unauthorized system changes.
  • Develop and maintain SOP for ESS Continuous Monitoring.
  • Daily, review or user activity discovered by CND network monitoring tools.
  • Develop lists of indicators and triggers of insider threat Activity.
  • Develop SOPs guides outlining the thresholds for referrals to DSS insider threat Working Group.
  • Make recommendations for systemic, policy or procedural changes in order to mitigate vulnerabilities found.
  • Must meet DoD 8570.01-M IAT Level II and be able to perform as an CSSP Analyst.
  • Associates  Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Management, Cyber Security, or equivalent experience.
  • At least 3 years hands-on technical cybersecurity experience and knowledge of Computer Network Defense concepts, DISA Security Technical Information Implementation Guides, DoD A&A Process, NIST SP 800-53, NIST SP 800-61, CJCSM 6510.01 B, United States Cyber Command guidelines, and other applicable DoD Cyber Security and Computer Network Defense policies.

Location: Quantico 60% Remote

Clearance Level: Secret or Top Secret security clearance 

The Cybersecurity Analyst will provide support for a program, an organization, system, or an enclave; provides support for proposing, coordinating, implementing, and enforcing information systems or enclave cybersecurity policies, standards, and methodologies; maintains operational security posture for an information system, program, or enclave to ensure cybersecurity standards, and procedures are established and followed; performs day-to-day security operations of the system or enclave; perform IT security control validations; provide configuration management (CM) for information system security software, hardware, and firmware; manage changes to system and assess the security impact of those changes; prepare and review documentation to include Systems Security Plans (SSPs) and Security Assessment & Authorization  (SA&A) packages in accordance with DoD Risk Management Framework (RMF) procedures.

Duties:

  • Interface with Project/Program Managers and Information System Security Manager on Major Application / General Enclave issues and updates.
  • Track and report on Plan of Action and Milestone (POA&M) items; RMF Status, A&A ATOs, and Continuous Monitoring actions.
  • Prepare briefs and A&A documents for approval.
  • Perform ISSO Type duties as defined in DoD 8510 & 8500.
  • Provide risk mitigation strategies.
  • Perform Quality checks on POA&Ms, assessments, and documentation.
  • Conduct informal risk assessments to support policy development.
  • Review existing documentation bi-annually for accuracy and relevance to current DoD and DSS mandates.
  • Assist with Mission Assurance tasks and information to include policy and plan development related to IT
  • Assist with research on cybersecurity items of interest.
  • Perform other duties as related to risk management, communication, and assessments.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Information Systems Management, or Cyber Security.
  • At least 3 years of hands-on technical Cyber Security Experience and knowledge with DISA Security Technical Information Guides, DoD A&A Process, NIST SP 800-53, IA Technical Framework, and applicable DoD Cyber Security / Risk Management policies.
  • At least one (1) year of the knowledge of current security tools, hardware/software security implementation, communication protocols, and Microsoft Office suite.
  • Must meet DoD 8570-M/8140-M IAM Level I

LOCATION:  Remote/ DCSA Quantico

JOB DESCRIPTION:  

  • This position will provide cybersecurity expertise to install, operate and maintain cybersecurity monitoring tools for the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or similar Information Technology field
  • In lieu of degree, four (4) years of experience can be substituted for degree within the field

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three (3) years of experience with enterprise Cybersecurity tool installation
  • Five (5) years of experience gathering, analyzing, and documenting cyber threat intelligence
  • Experience with FireEye Tools
  • Experience with meeting timelines, budget, Risk Management Framework (RMF) requirements to be submitted for Authority to Operate (ATO)
  • Experience providing cyber threat monitoring and defense capabilities
  • Experience with Plan of Action and Milestones (POAMs) (and Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS), preferred)
  • Enhanced situational awareness of current threat landscape
  • Experience informing counterintelligence strategies and response actions
  • Experience supporting analysis of threat intelligence statistics, intelligence collection methods, newly discovered threat vectors, and mitigation efforts
  • Experience providing advanced analysis and correlation across cyber events, logs and artifacts
  • Experience providing access to raw cyber intelligence holdings
  • Ability to enhance and augment intel queries and support requests

Certification(s):

  • Minimum of Information Assurance Technical (IAT) level II
  • IAT Level III desired

ICS Nett Inc is a rapidly growing consulting firm in the DC area focused on helping federal contracting teams improve their processes from the capture stage to proposal submission by providing consulting at all stages of the business development lifecycle and outsourcing personnel for specific opportunities

Direct Hire Full time with Benefits 

Location: 100% Remote – McLean, VA

We’re now hiring a Proposal Writer to join our team, someone who is rigorous in their work and effective in their communication, collaborative by nature and, significantly, able to render complicated language in simple and effective ways. If this sounds like you,

ICS Nett Inc is a great place to move your career forward.

Our Business Development, Capture, and Proposals Unit’s mission is to support our clients by managing and otherwise bolstering the BD, capture, and proposal development efforts for their proposals. As a proposal writer, you will largely be focused on information technology pursuits (Federal, State, and Local) that may vary in size from small to large and may require a variety of solutions. You will be an integral part of Requests for Proposal (RFP) Analysis, Kick-Off Meetings, Status Calls, Proposal Development, Proposal Writing, Color

Reviews, Proposal Production, and Knowledge Management, among other essential functions.

Our team is looking for an experienced highly skilled Proposal Writer to assist as required in the activities described below:

Essential Functions:

  • Research, collect data, organize information, and write text in response to government solicitations, including but not limited to technical proposal sections, past performance narratives, resumes, RFI responses, white papers, or other proposal texts as assigned
  • Interview technical resources and translate their technical knowledge into easily readable content
  • Ensure submissions are accurate, complete, and compliant with RFP requirements and editorial specifications, as well as corporate quality and branding standards
  • Collaborate with the BD and Proposals team, Proposal Coordinators, Capture Managers, Business Development Managers
  • Authors, Subject Matter Experts, Artists, Program Managers, Support Leads, etc. in producing high quality content specific to a given solicitation
  • Participate in proposal meetings and reviews
  • Define section requirements, adhering to approved proposal outline
  • Work with Proposal Coordinators and/or Graphic Designers to plan and develop graphic concepts
  • Develop resumes, cameos and/or staffing matrices per RFP and Capture Plan requirements
  • Prepare documentation for formal reviews
  • Maintain historical files for each section and a section status log
  • Notify the Book Boss of any challenges/problems that could jeopardize a section
  • Evaluate and incorporate appropriate comments into a section or volume following major reviews
  • Responds to direction from the Proposal Operations Manager, Proposal Manager, Book Boss and/or Review Team Leader(s)
  • Prepares/delivers required text and all associated proposal deliverables according to set deadlines

Required Skills:

  • Minimum 4-6 year of proposal/technical writing experience
  • Knowledge of RFP life cycle management and federal procurement regulations (FAR/DFARS)
  • Proven ability to successfully communicate company proposal objectives and key characteristics to management and teammates in writing and in oral presentations
  • Proven ability to work with/interview Subject Matter Experts to understand and write about complex technical and management approaches at 8th grade readability
  • Excellent people skills – able to work with teams of varying sizes, technical abilities, and levels of authority with both internal teammates and external corporate staff
  • Advanced ability to manage the RFP/RFI process and the contributing team members (not direct reports)
  • Thorough, detail oriented, and organized, with excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize
  • Excellent multi-tasking abilities – able to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Required Education:

  • Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Business, English, or Communication
  • Technical or related academic field highly desired
  • APMP Foundation-level certification desired

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WORKING WITH ICS

ICS offers rewarding careers. Taking care of staff is central to our way of thinking. The ICS culture is driven by a long-term commitment to our employees’ lives and well-being. As part of the ICS family, you will enjoy a highly competitive benefits package. 

continuous learning

We provide educational reimbursement and develop our own comprehensive training and mentoring programs. 

diversity

At ICS, you will work with talented professionals from different backgrounds and cultures. We find tremendous value in the unique perspective of every employee, and we leverage this diversity for the benefit of all.

exposure

ICS global reach and strong networks of industry leading partners and suppliers allow you to experience the unlimited opportunities for your development, creativity, career fulfillment and personal enrichment. Discover the beauty of the connected world! 

innovation

We develop innovative and creative solutions that provide the best value for our clients and meet their mission-critical needs.

collaboration

We work together, not only within our own team, but also with our partners and customers to produce the highest quality results.

synergy

We find synergies through partners’ collaborations, which maximize our go-to-market efficiency.

financial benefits and insurance policies

At ICS, we provide a full range of benefits, including paid vacation and holidays, health, dental and vision insurance, retirement plans and performance-based bonuses. 

Benefits and perks may vary per location standards. USA standards:

Health Insurance
Comprehensive Health Insurance Options – nationwide
Prescription Drug Coverage

Dental & Vision Insurance
Voluntary Dental Insurance Plan available
Voluntary Vision Insurance Plan available

Supplemental Benefits
Long-term Care Insurance
Cancer Insurance
Accident Insurance
529 (College) Savings plan

Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
Medical Flex Spending
Dependent Care Flex Spending

Group Term Life Insurance
Company Pays Premium
Accidental Death & Dismemberment

Short-Term Disability Insurance
Company Pays Premium

Long-Term Disability Insurance
Company Pays Premium

401K/Retirement Program
Participation after 90 days
Company match
Automatic Payroll Deduction

Annual Paid Time Off
3 weeks accrues annually + holidays

Educational/ Training Reimbursement
Up to $2500 per year after 1 year of employment

In-House Financial Advisor
ICS offers various financial planning options

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