05 Apr
Cybersecurity Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) Program Manager - Public Trust
District of Columbia, Washington , 20001 Washington USA

Job Description

  • Manage scope, schedule, cost, technical, and staffing performance and activities on major, complex contracts to ensure timely and quality delivery of services to the client
  • Manage subcontractors to ensure their strict adherence to MPG and client standards of quality and performance; provide a “one team” view to the client
  • Formulate and enforce work standards, assign staff work schedules, and review and resolve work discrepancies
  • Ensure timely, complete, high-quality contract deliverables; ensure SLAs are met or exceeded 100% of the time
  • Select and provide metrics and dashboards to make program status and performance visible to the client and other stakeholders
  • Interface with client’s senior management personnel, including briefings up to CIO/CISO level
  • Optimize processes to maximize efficiencies within the team and program, including process automation and functional integration across task areas and teams
  • Be a positive change agent, both within and outside the organization; propagate our corporate culture throughout the program
  • Lead risk management activities, to include identification and recommended mitigations; track and manage risks and issues through closure
  • Build, grow, and develop high-performing teams aligned with the customer’s mission and strategy
  • Manage program personnel to include interviewing, hiring, performance evaluations, compensation, and training and development
  • Guide and mentor lower-level managers, team leads, and staff
  • Occasional travel to various program sites to ensure sound program execution may be necessary
  • Must have the ability to work in a dynamic environment and flexibly adapt to changing conditions
  • Possess a high degree of originality, creativity, and initiative requiring minimal supervision

Qualifications

  • US Citizenship Required, must be eligible for Public Trust; must be willing and able to obtain Secret level clearance in the future, upon client or MPG request
  • 10+ years of Cybersecurity Program Management; college degree(s) and high-level cybersecurity certification(s) may count toward years of experience
  • Prior experience managing mid-sized FFP and T&M federal contracts
  • Advanced understanding of and experience with GRC tools, program, policy, procedures, and processes, including but not limited to FISMA audits and compliance, NIST, RMF, and recent Executive Orders and memos
  • Strong leadership, written and verbal communication, and analytic and problem-solving skills are required.

Desired qualifications:

  • Bachelors and/or Masters degree(s) in Cybersecurity
  • The following certifications are considered desirable to help demonstrate mastery in project/program management and cybersecurity:
    • PMP and/or Agile certifications
    • CISSP, CISA, and/or CISM certifications
    • Advanced vulnerability assessment and/or penetration testing certifications

Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines
  • Equal Opportunity Employer Veterans/Disabled


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