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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's role is to oversee various aspects of the energy industry, including transmission of electricity, natural gas and oil. We also analyze proposals to build liquefied natural gas terminals and interstate natural gas pipelines and license hydropower projects. To help support the modernization of the electric system here in the U.S., we are focusing on issues associated with a smarter grid. Join us and help make a difference!
This position is located in the Office of Energy Infrastructure Security. The Office provides leadership, expertise, and assistance to the Commission in identifying, communicating, and seeking comprehensive solutions to significant potential cyber and physical security risks to the energy infrastructure under the Commission’s jurisdiction. The Office will both formulate and make recommendations for Commission action and undertake collaborative engagement with other federal and state agencies and the energy industry to work to identify and communicate risks and vulnerabilities to this nation’s energy infrastructure and assist with the development of collaborative mitigation actions to minimize such risks.
The Major duties of an IT Specialist (INFOSEC) are:
- Employee serves as a subject matter expert and an authoritative technical advisor for the Office Director, front office, and management especially on issues of energy infrastructure cybersecurity.
- As a Commission representative, serve as a subject matter expert on industrial control systems security with regulated company representatives including making presentations, speeches and writing highly complex white papers on various technical topics related to cybersecurity.
- Work with other Offices serving as a subject matter expert on the development and analysis of cybersecurity, industrial control system security, and other security issues related to energy infrastructure.
Occasional travel - Some travel may be required.
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