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Information Security Specialist and Technical Writer

Company Name:
Wastren Advantage
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
Cyber:
Enhances cyber security awareness through end-user training and ongoing communications
Works with subject matter experts to develop, review and update cyber security plans, procedures, and work instructions
Serves as a member of the cyber security team responsible for the protected boundaries at the site
Assists with developing and providing user training for areas covering Cyber Security and Information Technology topics
T echnical:
Knowledge of Windows systems
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Remains conversant with industry's computer security technology and practices
Researches the latest information technology security trends
Knowledgeable in Adobe Acrobat
General & Administrative
Well-developed oral and written communication skills
Performs technical editing, formatting, and preparation of Cyber Security documents for submission to the review process
Work with authors and reviewers to incorporate changes into department documents
Understands and practices customer satisfaction as a top priority
Functions effectively in a team environment
Meets task and project deadlines under stressful situations
Post documents to Information Technology network share and upload documents to central DOE document repository
Other technical, cyber and general administrative duties as assigned
Completion of a B.A. or B.S. with emphasis in computer science OR communications
Minimum of AA with emphasis in computer science OR communications AND 2 years equivalent experience in areas listed in Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Knowledge of information classifications types a plus. (e.g. OUO, PII, ECI, FOIA, and, HIPAA)
Must be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance at Q level
WAI is an equal opportunity employer AA/D/V
Date: 2014-05-10
Country: US
State: KY
City: Paducah
Category: Information Technology

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