The Office of Inspector General (OIG) at the Department of Transportation (DOT) is looking for the best and brightest Information Technology Specialist to work in our information and technology office. If you are a highly motivated individual wo would like to work with an extremely talented staff that is committed to IT needs then this is the place for you!Learn more about this agency
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At the full performance level, the incumbent:
Will serve as Supervisory IT Specialist (INFOSEC) to the Chief Information Officer (CIO) reporting on key management officials on network administration and information systems security matters. In this capacity, you will also conduct risks and vulnerability and self-assessments of information systems to identify vulnerabilities, risks, and protection needs, develop systems security plans, contingency plans and disaster recovery procedures, conducts certification and accreditation on all OIG systems as needed and represent the organization with internal and external customers on matters related to information security.
Serves as the central point of contact for all information security incident response. Manages security incidents and briefs the CIO and senior leadership as needed. Provides expert recommendations on handling security incidents, and action plans to remediate weaknesses identified by the incidents.
Occasional travel - May occasionally travel to other OIG regional offices.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…
This vacancy is open to internal employees of the Office of Inspector General at the Department of Transportation who have competitive status.
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