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The Boeing Company System Security Engineer (Entry-Level) in Berkeley, Missouri

At Boeing, we are all innovators on a mission to connect, protect, explore and inspire. From the seabed to outer space, you’ll learn and grow, contributing to work that shapes the world. Find your future with us. Boeing Defense, Space & Security in St. Louis Missouri is seeking an Entry-Level Engineer for the Embedded Cybersecurity Engineering Capability Center (ECC) with a background in Mission Systems/Avionics and Systems Engineering to provide hands-on support to our programs. This position is a member of a team supporting a broad spectrum of programs, ranging from legacy strike fighters and weapons to new pursuits in advanced technology, to provide the cybersecurity solutions needed to protect the customer information/data, the platform, and to enable mission effectiveness. Please note that having some background in cybersecurity is a plus, but it’s not required. The team engages from early concept and system architecture development through requirements, implementation, test, and deployment. This requires an engineer to have a system-level mindset and understanding of how a product works, is used and maintained, as well as the impacts from the supply chain and software development. In the expanding global business environment, identifying and managing the supply chain risks to our DoD customers while enhancing affordability has become even more important. The SSE role requires the engineer to work closely with a variety of engineering and non-engineering disciplines, especially Mission Systems Engineering, Systems Engineering, Information Security, Government and Computing Security, and Supplier Management in addition to Program Office technical/management staff to ensure the relevance of architecture and system designs in implementing program cybersecurity requirements. Knowledge of the DoD policies and requirements related to cybersecurity are a plus, though not required. As the level of responsibility increases, familiarity with these policies is needed and the role on the team may require obtaining certifications such as Security+ or CISSP to comply with contract requirements. Other skills that help ensure success include: Understanding cyber vulnerabilities and cyber attack paths. Working with suppliers. Developing statement-of-work and technical performance specifications. Understanding applicable contract requirements; managing requirements. Working knowledge of software architecture and software development processes. Working under general supervision. This position requires the ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance for which the U.S. Government requires U.S. Citizenship. Basic Qualifications (Required Skills and Experience): Knowledge or Experience in analysis of requirements and avionics systems. Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience): Experience with military aircraft systems. Embedded system testing, penetration testing, or cyber red teaming. Experience collaborating in a team environment. Experience in risk management. Experience with Systems Security and knowledge of DoD policies and requirements related to cybersecurity are a plus, though not required. Experience with software architecture and software development processes. Typical Education / Experience: Education/experience typically acquired through advanced technical education from an accredited course of study in engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or chemistry (e.g. Bachelor) or an equivalent combination of technical education and experience. In the USA, ABET accreditation is the preferred, although not required, accreditation standard. Relocation assistance is provided for qualified candidates. Boeing is a Drug Free Workplace where post offer applicants and employees are subject to testing for marijuana, cocaine, opioids, amphetamines, PCP, and alcohol when criteria is met as outlined in our policies. All information provided will be checked and may be verified.

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