Policy and Plan Development Specialist
Posted on 9/11/2023
INACTIVE
phia

11-50 employees

Cyber, intelligence, and technology solutions for federal agencies
Company Overview
phia LLC, a cybersecurity firm based in Northern Virginia, stands out for its strong employee-centered culture, where staff are valued as individuals and not just resources. The company's technical expertise is reflected in its comprehensive services across cyber, intelligence, and technology disciplines, supporting mission-critical teams within various Federal government agencies. As an 8a certified small business, phia offers a competitive edge with its focus on technical proficiency and commitment to its employees, setting it apart in the industry.
Cybersecurity
Consulting

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

2011

Headquarters

Middleburg, Virginia

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

9%

1 year growth

25%

2 year growth

25%
Locations
Washington, DC, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Customer Service
CategoriesNew
Legal & Compliance
Customer Success & Support
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree
  • 15+ years of relevant experience
  • Experience supporting policy and plan development
  • Experience with DoD or Federal Government policy or practices
  • Experience with writing or drafting executive or formal senior-level correspondence
  • Experience with using Microsoft Office, including Word and Excel
  • Experience with briefing clients and team members on technical, policy, and functional issues
  • A proactive problem solver that appreciates the challenges of working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
  • Intellectually curious with a genuine desire to learn and advance your career
  • An effective communicator, both verbally and in writing
  • Customer service oriented and mission focused
  • Critical thinker with excellent problem-solving skills
Responsibilities
  • Help lead the assessment, development, review, and integration of IA and IT policies and plans within the customer's environment
  • You will work with federal program leads from a prioritized work plan to coordinate with key stakeholders and subject matter experts to draft policy documents (to include formal guidance and procedural documents), facilitate internal and external reviews, adjudicate input, coordinate for review and Director's signature, and assist with implementation and lifecycle management
  • You'll evaluate how policies and plans stack up to regulations, best practices, and industry standards through the use of regulatory and guidance documents to include but not limited to: Executive Orders, Intelligence Community Directives, Guidance, and Memoranda, Department of Energy Orders, NIST Cybersecurity Framework, and International Standards Organization artifacts, SANS, and EC-Council standards
  • Lead the identification, development, and modification of standard policies and plans to support enterprise operations, continuity and contingency planning/programming, and DOE and Intelligence Community compliance
Desired Qualifications
  • Top Secret clearance preferred; minimum Secret clearance
  • Previous or Active DOE Q clearance is a plus