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“The ones who are CRAZY ENOUGH to think that they CAN Change The World, are the ones who DO.” – Steve Jobs 

 

At Dynepic we are looking to hire a few more “crazy” ones to join the team!


     

      Dynepic is a dynamic and agile team that enjoys the challenge of inventing the future. As immersive technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality (known collectively as extended reality or XR) and enabling technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning become more prevalent, Dynepic is hyper focused on ensuring that defense and commercial customers have a software- and hardware-agnostic, one-stop-shop ecosystem with a secure, single-sign-on infrastructure where they can discover, access, distribute, and utilize the best software platforms and hardware for their organization’s training and operational needs.

      Dynepic is headquartered in Reno/Tahoe, NV and has a US-based remote workforce. Dynepic respects your right to medical privacy and freedom.

      Expect to work with an elite team of motivated, talented, creative, and success driven co-workers. Hear from our Current Employees!

      Want to find out what it is like to work at Dynepic or meet some of the team? Check out our Team Member Spotlights.

       

       

       

      Position: Facility Security Officer (FSO)  

      Salary Range:  $80k-$149k

      In this position, the FSO manages, administers, and coordinates the DOD or other industrial security program and other security activities to ensure compliance with government and company security policies and procedures. Apply advanced consulting skills, extensive technical expertise, and full industry knowledge. Analyze innovative solutions to complex problems. They will manage and enforce numerous DoD security programs and requirements including many classified contracts. Candidate will develop and implement policies relevant to security and emergency response drills, exercises, and self-inspections to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. The FSO will process and review personnel security clearances and maintain all security documentation, files, and clearance and suitability rosters in accordance with government requirements. The FSO will have an understanding and experience of the NISPOM and general security requirements for DOD and other Federal agencies.

      Dynepic is a fully remote company and respects your right to medical freedom.

      Scope of work:

      • Administrate personnel security clearance processes to include coordinating initial clearance submissions and periodic reinvestigations, providing guidance and instruction to ensure completion of security paperwork, collection of electronic fingerprinting of initial clearance candidates, and providing follow-up clearance report status on processed clearances to program managers for specific contracts.
      • Maintain all PCL security documentation and files in accordance with DCSA requirements.
      • Maintain FCL documentation and submission in accordance with DCSA requirements in NISS.
      • Provide and document employee security briefings, debriefings, as well as investigate and report security violations and incidents.
      • Maintain classified holdings and prepare classified transmittals in accordance with NISPOM CFR Part 117 guidelines and requirements.
      • Manage and develop annual refresher training to include preparing necessary documentation in support of DCSA audits.
      • Provide security support to Human Resources, Information Technology, Contracts, and Business Development teams.
      • Advise personnel of their reporting requirements, both personal/administrative and compliance/incident-related reports per SEAD 3 and SEAD 4.
      • Interpret government policies for the development and implementation of security program, procedures, and internal company policies.
      • Maintain a working relationship with DCSA or other Federal Agencies and each contract’s security office for processing and maintaining employee clearances or suitability determinations.
      • Responsible for interpreting NISP/IC policies; develop and implement security plans and procedures for compliance.
      • Maintain/enhance integrity of personnel and procedures required to protect classified and sensitive information and material per the National Industrial Security Program (NISP).
      • Interface with DCSA (Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency).
      • Prepare government compliance forms (Form DD254) issued to subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers and maintain classified holding records.
      • Prepare security briefings and policy/procedures manuals.
      • Develop and maintain effective “Document Inventory and Control Program” for management of classified systems, media, and documents.
      • Supervise daily security activities and enforce government and company security policies.
      • Perform access control responsibilities including managing badges, access cards and visit requests with guidance from Information Technology, as required.
      • Manage visit authorization requests, visit authorization letters and formal visit requests in DISS for all incoming and outgoing visitors.
      • Assist with CAC or ECA token applications.
      • Collaborate with HR to ensure citizenship verification for all new hires (security clearances required).
      • Assist with CUI program, and CUI self-inspection while acting as alternate CUI manager.
      • Coordinate annual Insider Threat working group meetings and retain notes for DCSA.
      • Ensure all applicable FCL information is routinely updated in NISS database.
      • Conduct regular self-inspections for security program, insider threat program and CUI.
      • Complete annual PSI data collection information and log findings in NISS.

      What we’re looking for:

      • Ability to obtain Department of Defense Secret security clearance.
      • Must possess the FSO Program Management for Processing Facilities Curriculum Certificate or obtain within 3 months of hire.
      • 4+ years experience with managing security requirements for sensitive security programs. 
      • 2+ years experience with managing security for SCI programs
      • Knowledge of 32 CFR Part 117 NISPOM Rule, ICD, and DoD security requirements
      • Knowledge of NIST 800-171 and it applicability for both commercial firms and government contractors. 
      • Experience working with government security program management.
      • Working knowledge of ITAR export control compliance requirements
      • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills to identify and address security vulnerabilities.
      • Strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks effectively.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate with cross-functional teams.
      • Experience with using Microsoft Office software applications.
      • Ideal candidate will have some experience working in/with US military.
      • Self-starter with ability to work remotely.

      Benefits:

      • Remote position with core working hours and online collaboration.
      • Paid Holidays and Vacation
      • Opportunity for Stock Options
      • Healthcare 
      • Short Term Disability
      • 401K
      • Wellness and more!

      Location: Remote Position

      NO Recruiters

      To Apply:

      Please send portfolio & resume to: jobs@dynepic.com

       

       

      Position: DevOps Engineer V  

      Labor Cat: E-DSO 5

      Salary Range:  125-197K

      In this position, as DevOps Engineer V, you will be part of a highly motivated team of engineers all working together to solve complex problems. You will be responsible for developing and maintaining scalable, fault tolerant IT infrastructure in the AWS cloud, developing and optimizing GitLab CI/CD pipelines, and implementing robust monitoring solutions. The successful candidate for this position will have great critical thinking skills, ability to learn quickly, and be a team player. They will also have experience with best development practices, Agile methodology, and DevOps principles. 

      Dynepic is a fully remote company and respects your right to medical freedom. 

       

      Scope of work: 

      • Engages in strategic planning with business and IT stakeholders, to provide direction, guidance or recommendations on technology and architectural considerations
      • Leverages deep understanding of IT, emerging technologies, and technical capabilities to guide and influence stakeholders and teams in developing solutions, build, deployment, testing and ongoing management of IT services
      • Establish and ensure appropriate security practices are communicated and implemented. Support adherence and awareness of these practices
      • Assist application teams with on boarding to the adopted security tools/technologies; working with vendors to troubleshoot the platform and issues related to such integration
      • Collaborate with product managers and customer stakeholders to discover, define and prioritize work to best provide business value
      • Use Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools such as Terraform or AWS CloudFormation to create highly available and fault tolerant infrastructure
      • Proficient in Amazon Web Services (AWS) with experience in cloud agnostic deployments
      • Proficient in package managers for Kubernetes - Helm
      • Containerize applications using Docker
      • Use container orchestration tools such as Kubernetes or Rancher to manage existing Kubernetes clusters
      • Develop complex networking solutions using services such as VPCs, Subnets, route tables, etc. 
      • Use Git along with GitLab to track changes to our IaC solution over time
      • Deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters hosting database services, webapps and internal tooling.
      • Configure Prometheus for monitoring and alerting inside Kubernetes
      • Continuously deploy changes using ArgoCD
      • Work on a highly collaborative DevOps team
      • Create and manage architecture documentation

      What we’re looking for:

      • Ability to obtain Department of Defense Secret Clearance
      • 6+ years of experience with scripting languages such as Python
      • 3+ years of experience with Linux
      • 3+ years of experience with AWS
      • 2+ years in Kubernetes and Kubernetes package management
      • Possess strong communication, collaboration and documentation skills
      • Knowledge and hands-on implementation experience with NodeJs 
      • Knowledge in dashboard designs e.g. Grafana, Splunk, etc.
      • Knowledge in database design and deployments
      • Knowledge and hands-on implementation experience of containerization with Docker and using Rancher or EKS for container orchestration
      • Hands-on experience with IaC tools such as Terraform for spinning up cloud infrastructure
      • Experience with Continuous Delivery (CD) tools such as ArgoCD to rapidly deploy changes into multiple environments
      • Knowledge of Kustomize (Kubernetes object customization)
      • Knowledge of automated testing frameworks such as Playwright
      • In depth knowledge of software design, cyber security, and DevOps principles
      • Self-starter with ability to work remotely
      • Information Assurance Technical (IAT) Level II Certification (Security+ or equivalent) must be obtained within six months of employment

      Preferred qualifications:

      • BA/BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related field or equivalent work experience
      • AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner Certification or higher

      Benefits:

      • Remote position with core working hours and online collaboration.
      • Paid Holidays and Vacation
      • Opportunity for Stock Options
      • Healthcare 
      • Short Term Disability
      • 401K
      • Wellness and more!

      Location: Remote Position

      NO Recruiters

      To Apply:

      Please send portfolio & resume to: jobs@dynepic.com