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Tired of being a cog in the machine? Looking for stability with the freedom to innovate? At CertiPath you can have both, while making the world more secure, and simplifying access processes. We are seeking a HSPD-12 Credential Engineer to deliver outstanding Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management (FICAM) policy, implementation and operational services.

I’ve never heard of CertiPath. What do you do?

At CertiPath, we are the experts in services for high assurance digital identity verification and management. We are an established organization with a 17-year track record of delivering on our promises, with the drive and entrepreneurial spirit of a start-up. CertiPath is focused on bringing facility and network access management for Federal Agencies into the 21st century.

So, what will the HSPD-12 Credential Engineer at CertiPath do?

You will work in a fast-paced environment where you will take a hands-on approach in helping federal clients with Identity Management Systems and Credential Management Systems. A strong understanding of public key infrastructure and smartcard technology (e.g., PIV credentials) are required to support our clients. You will have the opportunity to work on cutting edge solutions. Best of all, you’ll get to grow your experience working alongside smart people to solve problems that make the world a safer, more efficient place.

What does a typical day look like for the HSPD-12 Credential Engineer?

Although no two days will be the same, you will:

  • Design, deploy, operate and maintain CMS tools and new capabilities in enterprise on premise and Cloud environments
  • Develop installation, configuration, and deployment methods including scripting, use of APIs, orchestration, automation, and database services to support the integration and configuration of credentialing
  • Work with architects, integration engineers, and developers to design solutions and improve data quality, security, and compliance or extend current capabilities and offerings to customers
  • Work closely with management support teams and customer network and operations teams to establish and document requirements to complete implementation and configuration tasks
  • Develop and maintain detailed installation documentation, user guides and SOPs as required
  • Experience working with databases (Microsoft SQL Server), understanding of DB structures, data types, and creating complex SQL DB queries
  • Provide tool operations and maintenance support, Tier 3 customer support, and act as the subject matter expert
  • Ability to troubleshoot broad-ranging issues (operating systems, network, firewall, COTS products, access and authentication)
  • Accomplish extract, transform, and load operations to retrieve enrichment content from existing hardware, software, system boundary inventories

What qualifications do you look for?

You might be the HSPD-12 Credential Engineer we’re looking for if you have:

  • US Citizenship
  • Minimum Clearance: Top Secret
  • At least a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, engineering or related field (or equivalent experience)
  • 8 years of total experience in the security industry, 2 years of which includes
    experience integration, testing and developing identity security solutions that address logical and physical access use cases
  • Experience performing on federal contracting engagements onsite
  • Hands-on experience integrating, troubleshooting, deploying and maintaining MyID CMS and its associated peripherals (smart card readers, biometric capture devices)
  • A strong understanding of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), PIV credentialing (FIPS 201-3/NIST SP-800-73-4), and Public Key Enablement (PKE)
  • Full understanding of the revocation model and capabilities available within PKI to include Certificate Revocation List (CRL)s and Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP)
  • Proven skills in the following:
    • Working with smartcards, tokens, virtual smartcards, mobile/derived credentials and biometrics
    • Working in data driven environments preparing scripted translations and transfers to disparate repositories and/or downstream systems
    • Working with Card/Credential Management Systems to produce credential objects and programmatically utilizing data interfaces they provide to extract them
    • Performing software development activities in an agile environment
    • Using design methodologies, tools, and object-oriented principles
    • Supporting network, operating systems, database, application or data layers across multiple platforms and technologies (i.e., firewalls, IDS, system hardening, VPN, host and application security)
    • Installing and configuring Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems, servers and services physically and in the cloud
    • Managing SQL databases

 

We’re extra impressed by folks with:

  • IT Security Certification (e.g., CISSP, CSEIP, CSCIP/G)
  • Program Management Certification (e.g., PMP)

 

CertiPath Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status. Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.

 

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PACS Design Engineer

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Tired of being a cog in the machine? Looking for stability with the freedom to innovate? At CertiPath you can have both, while making the world more secure, and simplifying access processes. We are seeking a Physical Access Control (PACS) Design Engineer to deliver outstanding Federal Identity, Credential and Access Management (FICAM) implementation and operations services to our client. Join our team, make a difference and crush your goals at CertiPath.

I’ve never heard of CertiPath. What do you do?

At CertiPath, we are the experts in services for high assurance digital identity verification and management. We are an established organization with a 15-year track record of delivering on our promises, with the drive and entrepreneurial spirit of a start-up. CertiPath is focused on bringing facility and network access management for Federal Agencies into the 21st century.

So, what will the PACS Design Engineer at CertiPath do?

You will work in a fast-paced environment where you will take a hands-on approach in helping a Federal Agency with its nationwide Physical Security Program Office (Program). You will work with a team of engineering professionals to design security solutions in accordance with Program Standards to ensure compliance with complex federal and agency mandates. You will have the opportunity to work on and deploy cutting edge solutions. Best of all, you’ll get to grow your experience working alongside smart people to solve problems that make the world a safer, more efficient place.

What does a typical day look like for the PACS Design Engineer?

Although no two days will be the same, you will:

  • Leverage Program Standards to provide security design drawings which include work areas, conceptual pathway and infrastructure requirements, network and cabling diagrams, rack elevations and other designs necessary to convey the scope of work requirements or to document as-built conditions
  • Document security deficiencies identified and develop solutions compliant with Enterprise Architecture design criteria
  • Provide security equipment recommendations (e.g. PACS, CCTV, VMS, IDMS)
  • Provide technical guidance to Engineering staff
  • Support implementation, test and deployment of systems
  • Present guidance and support to stakeholders on Federal policies and Program Standards
  • Offer industry best practices and lessons learned from federal engagement past performance
  • Be an active participant in your development along your career path

What does the growth potential look like?

  • As CertiPath expands, the potential for growth into higher-level technical leadership may develop.

What qualifications do you look for?

You might be the PACS Design Engineer we’re looking for if you have:

  • US Citizenship
  • At least a bachelor’s degree in computer science, information systems, engineering or related field (or equivalent experience)
  • 6 years of total experience in the security industry, 4 years of which includes performing proactive federal agency ICAM architecture design and implementation activities
  • 2 years of recent experience using computer-aided drafting (CAD) systems to prepare or revise engineering drawings
  • Hands-on installation, configuration and maintenance of FICAM compliant Physical Access Control Systems
  • Experience with PKI and Federal smart card technology (Personal Identity Verification cards – PIV)
  • Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders to:
    • Draft Scopes of Work and Technical Drawing Packages to be used by procurement officials for solicitations and RFIs
    • Promote standardization of equipment and configuration management, and
    • Perform evaluations and assessments of highly complex projects

We’re extra impressed by folks with:

  • Specific experience and/or certification in Identiv’s Hirsch Velocity product
  • Working knowledge of FIPS 201-2, HSPD-12, OMB memorandums, NIST publications (800-116-1, 800-53, 800-73-4), and CIO Council papers
  • IT and PACS Security Certification (e.g., Comp TIA Security+, PSP, CSEIP or CISSP)

CertiPath Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

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