Ability to maintain a U.S. DOE Q-level security clearance which requires U.S. citizenship.
A Bachelor’s degree with significant focus in cybersecurity, computer science, information technology, computer engineering, or related field, plus experience in the areas listed below or a Master’s degree in reverse engineering plus experience in the areas listed below.
Significant experience leading program analysis of source code, binaries, and firmware.
Experience in the use of hardware or software debuggers, static disassemblers and decompilers (such as IDA Pro), common binary file formats, dynamic analysis tools, software bills of materials, and/or network analysis tools.
Significant experience communicating technical information across multi-disciplinary teams and to non-cyber experts, advising senior management, and applying interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively in a team environment.
Advanced knowledge of state-of-the-art technologies in software assurance.
Advanced analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills to develop creative solutions to complex problems.
Advanced ability to effectively manage concurrent technical tasks with competing priorities, along with the demonstrated ability to approach difficult problems with enthusiasm and creativity and to effectively change focus when necessary.
Advanced ability to communicate comprehensive knowledge effectively across multi-disciplinary teams and to non-cyber experts, and advise senior management and/or external sponsors, and proficient interpersonal skills necessary to effectively collaborate and lead in a team environment.