Position Title: Cyber Systems Architect
- Assisting in the successful design and implementation of plant cyber program.
- Coordinating with design personnel to ensure new designs and design changes meet cyber security regulatory requirements.
- Preparing, reviewing, and maintaining licensing documentation in compliance with Cyber Security Design Programs, regulations and strict quality assurance standards.
- Interfacing with technical discipline teams at the company, partners and contractors.
- Preparing and reviewing technical material prepared by themselves and others.
- Reviewing correspondence to and from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
- Assisting with safety analysis report (SAR) revisions and preparation.
- Preparing or reviewing cyber security regulatory evaluations.
- Bachelor’s degree in a cyber related technical field from an accredited, four-year university or equivalent experience.
- 10 years applicable experience in development and implementation of industrial defensive architectures.
- Ability to significantly contribute to the plant cyber system architecture design from blank sheet to final operational product.
- Knowledge of SIEM, NIDS, and Data Diodes.
- Experience with the incorporating cyber security into digital system designs.
- Awareness and current knowledge of trends and nuclear industry activities related cyber security program implementation.
- Capability and willingness to adhere to strict quality assurance standards.
- Self-Starter with ability to manage deadlines
- Proficient in MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel) and Adobe Professional.
- Experience in interactions with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff.
- Project management and project management tools experience with the capability and willingness to assume full responsibility for a project task
- Excellent written and oral English skills.
- The successful candidate will possess a high degree of trust and integrity, communicate openly and display respect and a desire to foster teamwork.
ITAR obligations are associated with this role, U.S. citizenship, U.S. legal permanent resident status, or protected person status under 8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3) is required