Two Six Technologies is recruiting a Principal Product Architects to architect state-of-the-art cybersecurity systems that will be developed and implemented by a cross-functional development team that includes operations, applications, UI/UX, and infrastructure segments.
Responsibilities Include:
  • Cybersecurity systems architecting for military/intel customers, to include the creation and definition of overall system plans, system design, system segmentation, and segment interfaces
  • Recommending technologies and financial/employee resources for system development and delivery
  • Defining and overseeing system- and component-level acceptance tests
  • Working with cross-functional teams to translate architecture and customer requirements into technical requirements.  This may include recommending new cross-functional teams and assisting teams during development and delivery.
  • Identifying and developing new and better ways of achieving project goals
  • Responding to known and identified architecture issues while developing and maintaining a risk plan
Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or related field
  • Minimum 8 years experience in cybersecurity or related field
  • Minimum 3 years experience architecting large cyber, IT, or other software systems
  • Creation and delivery of at least one (1) large cyber, IT, or other software system, to include system- and component-level acceptance tests
  • Experience or familiarity with modeling and simulation (M&S) systems and with external system ingestion/integration/interfacing with M&S systems.  Military M&S systems of interest include ONESAF, PMSOF, NGTS, and AFSIM
  • Due to security requirement, you must be US Citizen with willingness and the ability to obtain and maintain required clearance up to TS/SCI and a Polygraph too
Desired Qualifications:
  • Active DoD clearance (Secret or higher)
  • Prior work integrating large cyber, IT, or other software systems into cloud environments, such as AWS and MS Azure
  • Experience leading cross-functioning teams that were not under your direct supervision
  • Experience with large cyber, IT, or other software prototype and first-release systems
  • Experience with cost-benefits analysis of large cyber, IT, or other software systems
  • General CI/CD knowledge and experience
  • Experience working in fast-paced, deadline-driven environments
  • Active DoD clearance or ability to obtain DoD TS/SCI clearance and up to poly, which requires US Citizenship



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