Cyber Security Network Engineer

at Kforce Technology
Location Carrollton, TX
Date Posted June 22, 2019
Category Default
Job Type Contractor



Kforce's Carrollton, Texas (TX) aerospace and defense client is currently seeking a Cyber Security Network Engineer for a six-month contract position.

The ideal candidate will utilize an interdisciplinary approach focusing on customer needs and requirements to design, develop, document and test hardware and/or software systems ranging from the straightforward to extremely complex. This is a client-facing position and there is up to a 20%-25% travel requirement to customer's sites throughout and outside the United States.


  • Significant domain knowledge and knowledge of associated products, systems and applicable regulatory requirements in assigned area; May be considered a specialist in a specific systems area or a generalist in multiple systems areas and recognized in their organization
  • Capture, analyze, decompose, model and create requirements for systems, product or sub-systems of moderate to high complexity
  • Conduct verification/validation testing for products and subsystems of moderate to high complexity and contribute to system integration
  • Develop functional, interface and performance specifications for hardware and software implementation
  • Contribute to architecturally significant requirements and technical risk area identification
  • May lead cross-functional or domain teams as a Project Engineer, or lead a system engineering team on a small program, or lead systems verification testing for products and sub-systems of moderate complexity
  • Decisions may have moderate impact on cost, schedule, and performance
  • Understand and utilize internal processes, methods and tools for systems development and documentation efforts
  • Review defect trends and recommend new approaches, tools and techniques that drive continuous improvement in technical development processes
  • Serve in a design quality role (systems) helping to assure that development teams are following appropriate processes