Cyber Data Analyst

| Fort Meade, MD, USA
Employer Provided Salary: 95,000 Annually
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Who We Are…

Today’s leading government agencies and commercial organizations are putting their trust in Newberry Group, and for good reason.

Newberry brings strength to our clients, from the inside out through:

  • Client intimacy and superior quality;
  • Presence and accountability in our relationships; and,
  • Cross-sector leverage of public and commercial sector best practices.

The strength of our company is a direct reflection of our highly skilled and talented workforce.

Newberry Group is a nationwide IT company providing program and management consulting, in addition to commercial IT managed services and support.

Job Summary

Newberry Group's Public Sector Division is seeking a Cyber Data Analyst with expertise in analyzing status data from a variety of sources such as Axonious, RMF, control status, asset data, audit information, vulnerability data, scans and access controls. A successful candidate will have expertise with MS SharePoint including expert knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript jQuery languages, and SharePoint Framework Extension. Candidates must possess an interim-Secret clearance or above.

Location

Remote role; however, must live within commuting distance of Ft. Meade, MD area, for occasional onsite needs. 

Annual Salary

Up to $95,000

Responsibilities and Duties

Specific responsibilities:

  • Analyze and evaluate existing data sources relevant to risk posture and recommend most appropriate hosting environment/platform, secure system architecture and design (or modification of existing) and timeline and path for implementation. 
    • The design shall include basic COOP considerations, DoD data encryption standards, ensure data integrity throughout, and ensure regular backups are performed, tested, and stored for data as it pertains to RE5 requirements. This role defines system requirements by consulting with data owners, using government approved tools/methodologies. 
  • Collaborate and coordinate with source data owners and existing capability providers to provide standardized and open code-based capability to ingest, normalize, transfer, and load data from identified sources and eliminate duplicative manual data entry requirements. 
  • Develop graphical representations that present status clearly and in simple formats, allowing drill-down capabilities to provide specific details and reporting to enable a particular selection of data fields. 
  • Create the strategy and associated documentation for moving data into the identified centralized repository and maintaining accurate data, including appropriate tagging and labeling.
  • Determine (with appropriate tool engineers) how data should be organized, who should have access to different data and how it should be displayed and implement upon concurrence by Government leads. 

Basic Qualifications and Skills Required

  • SharePoint development experience.
  • Knowledge of REST, Chef, Ansible, Python, Windows DSC, CSOM, JSOM, and SP Services Application Programming Interfaces APIs is required. 
  • Experience with data extraction, transfer, and load processes from and to various sources. 
  • Experience with Open Security Controls Assessment Language, XML, JavaScript Object Notation, and Yet Another Markup Language (YAML). Ability to create/implement the data integration strategy and the documentation associated with moving data from various sources into a centralized data repository. 
  • Ability to ensure data integrity is maintained. 
  • Ability to work independently and help drive the mission. 

Education and Other Requirements

  • Minimum three years of experience in the required skills listed above.
  • 8570 requirements: IAT Level III. (i.e. Security+) or the willingness to obtain once hired.
  • Must have an active Secret Clearance.
  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written).
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Excellent troubleshooting and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent documentation skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Ability to work individually or as a member of a team.
  • Ability to work under pressure against deadlines.
  • Must be able to pass a background check and drug test.

Benefits and Perks

  • In addition to competitive wages, Newberry Group offers an outstanding benefit package. This includes medical coverage with two plan options (HDHP or PPO), dental and vision coverage, personal time off, paid holidays, telecommuting if available, retirement savings accounts (Pre-Tax and Roth), flexible and dependent care savings accounts, life insurance, long and short-term disability coverage, tuition and training reimbursement, wellness programs, and employee assistance program.

The Newberry Group, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer – EEO/AA/Disability/Veterans.

More Information on Newberry Group
Newberry Group operates in the Consulting industry. The company is located in Columbia, Maryland . Newberry Group was founded in 1996. It has 94 total employees. To see all 1 open jobs at Newberry Group, click here.
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