Scope of the project:The pacss project is part of the department of social services (dss) and is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining a federally-mandated child support enforcement system (cses) that will provide comprehensive support to the operation of client’s child support enforcement (cse) program.Daily duties / responsibilities:This security analyst position is responsible for assisting with preparation for an irs safeguards review by coordinating and assisting with the agency’s technical and administrative compliance to irs publication 1075.Primary responsibilitiesReview the agency’s implementation of caps and provide expert advice on the effectiveness of cap implementations and safeguard review readiness of evidence and artifacts.Review the agency’s ssr, ssps and ssas for compliance with pub 1075 and provide expert advice and assistance towards safeguard review readiness of security control implementation, evidence, and artifacts.Identify relevant irs scsems, evaluate the agency’s compliance with relevant scsems, and provide technical advice and assistance remediating non-compliance.Coordinate safeguard review preparation, by planning, coordinating, reporting, and communicating using the agency’s project management methods.Coordinate and assist with follow-up to the safeguard review, including development of caps to resolve findings.Other responsibilities include:Provide expert opinion for proposed technical solutions for agency applications and it infrastructure activities regarding requirements from irs pub 1075.Research potential technical solutions for bringing agency applications and infrastructure into pub 1075 compliance.Required skills (rank in order of importance):(see beeline description)5 years’ expert level security analyst skills and experience3+ years’ participation in preparation for at least one irs safeguard review at a state agencyIrs scsem technical expertise and experienceAbility to use ms office, sharepoint, and microsoft teams tools effectivelyAbility to communicate (orally and written) effectively with technical, non-technical staff, customers/stakeholders (state and federal) and executivesKnowledge of irs pub 1075 (rev. 11-2021)Knowledge of industry standards (e.g. Iso, ieee)Preferred skills Preference will be given to experience related to child support enforcement system design and developed and/or knowledge of the child support enforcement program's mission and objectivesRequired education:Bs degreeRemote Work Availability: 50%VIVA is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants have an equal opportunity for placement, and all employees have an equal opportunity to develop on the job. This means that VIVA will not discriminate against any employee or qualified applicant on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
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