Senior Engineer with Security Clearance

Employer
Risk Mitigation Consulting (RMC)
Location
Springfield, Virginia
Posted
Feb 24, 2024
Closes
Mar 04, 2024
Ref
2721667340
Discipline
Engineering
Position Type
Engineer
Specialty
Other
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Consulting
Are you ready to embark on a fulfilling and impactful career journey with Risk Mitigation Consulting (RMC)? We're in search of exceptional Engineers to become part of our mission-driven team, dedicated to making a difference in the federal and commercial markets. At RMC, we're all about enhancing security for both our military and global commercial partners, offering an array of services such as Risk Management, Mission Assurance, and Cybersecurity. Our team's well-being is paramount, and we reflect this commitment through our flexible work environment and exceptional company culture. By joining RMC, you become a key contributor to our mission - Assuring Tomorrow! When you join RMC, you'll experience a range of benefits, including: • Comprehensive health, vision, and dental insurance plans fully covered for employees Subsidized dependent health care coverage • Participation in our Annual Bonus Program • Life insurance policy equivalent to 2x your annual salary, up to a maximum of $200,000 • Company paid short and long-term disability • Cell phone reimbursement of $65 per month • 401(k) Plan with contributions • A 401(k) Safe Harbor Employer Contribution Program, which includes a 3% contribution Engineer
Position Summary
As an Engineer at RMC, you'll play a pivotal role in bolstering the security and resilience of our military customers. Your mission will involve a comprehensive assessment of Department of Defense infrastructures and capabilities, with a laser focus on identifying vulnerabilities, strategic and financial impacts stemming from potential compromises, and the development of practical risk mitigation strategies. As a subject matter expert, your expertise in general facilities and utility engineering will be applied to evaluate diverse military facilities, including administrative buildings, tactical equipment shops, communications facilities, industrial plants, and hospitals. Your primary objective is to analyze and report on strategies for enhancing the resilience of these systems while reducing vulnerability to potential disruptions. Your work directly contributes to the overall security posture of our esteemed customers, ensuring their unwavering ability to command, control, respond, collaborate, and share crucial information in the pursuit of mission success. Collaborating closely with fellow engineers and technical specialists, your responsibilities will encompass the creation of formal presentations and reports, primarily serving clients within the US Navy and United States Marine Corps. Essential Functions • Assessment Planning: Actively participate in planning processes for site assessments. • Visit Coordination: Coordinate site visits and inspection activities effectively. • Site Assessments: Participate in on-site assessments, ensuring thorough evaluation of facilities and utilities infrastructure. • Infrastructure Identification: Identify and report concerns related to facilities and utilities infrastructure. • Technical Analysis: Analyze technical drawings, engineering system specifications, and topographical maps to ensure alignment with standards and military mission requirements. • Data Collection: Collect and analyze data concerning systems infrastructure and building loads to identify potential deficiencies and vulnerabilities to various threats and hazards. • Efficiency Evaluation: Determine the operating efficiency of utility systems and report on findings. • Problem Resolution: Conduct field surveys and review maps, graphs, diagrams, and other data to identify effective solutions for utilities system problems and weaknesses. • Report Writing: Prepare comprehensive reports detailing existing and potential engineering studies and projects. • Task Responsiveness: Responsively address tasks and requirements from the Department of Defense (DoD) and Service-wide initiatives. Competencies • Operational Requirements: Demonstrated understanding of DoD, USN, CONUS, and OCONUS operational requirements. • Technical Proficiency: Strong grasp of the technical aspects of engineering systems, including HVAC, plant and process utilities, fire suppression, and utility infrastructure. • Consulting Experience: A minimum of 5 years of consulting engineering or related experience. • Technical Communication: Ability to compose technical reports that effectively convey complex technical issues in a logical and comprehensible manner to non-technical stakeholders. • Collaborative Teamwork: A collaborative team player who can effectively work within groups to achieve project objectives. • Multitasking Skills: Proficient in managing high-level multitasking challenges efficiently. • Effective Presentation: Capability to work within small groups and present findings clearly. • Communication Skills: Excellent command of the English language, both written and spoken, ensuring effective communication in a professional context. Education • BS in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited school. Military experience can be substituted for the degree. (RMC policy is to substitute one year of experience for each year of required education). Desired Skills/Qualifications • Professional Engineering Certification: Professional Engineer (PE) or Engineer in Training (EIT) credentials, demonstrating a commitment to excellence in engineering. • Energy Management Expertise: Certification as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM), showcasing proficiency in optimizing energy efficiency. • Project Management Proficiency: A Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, reflecting strong project management skills. • Industry Standards Familiarity: Demonstrated knowledge of industry standards and relevant federal policies, ensuring compliance and quality. • Military Background: Background or prior experience in the military, especially in military facilities design or construction, contributing valuable insights and perspectives. Requirements • Security Clearance: Obtaining a DoD Secret Clearance, as the applicant will undergo a government security investigation. • Valid Passport: Possession of a current passport with a minimum of 8 months remaining until the expiration date. • Travel Flexibility: Willingness and capability to travel, both domestically (CONUS) and internationally (OCONUS), approximately 25% of the time. Telecommunication is authorized for this role • Work Environment Compliance: Commitment to maintaining a drug-free work environment, U.S. Citizenship, and possession of a valid state driver's license. If you are looking for a Hybrid role in the Washington, DC area - take the next step in your career with RMC - where your skills and talents will thrive, and you'll be part of something truly meaningful. Join us today! Reasonable Accommodations Statement
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

RMC has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included. It is intended to provide guidelines for job expectations and the employee's ability to perform the position described. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills, and abilities. Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by your manager as deemed appropriate. This document does not represent a contract of employment, and RMC reserves the right to change this position description and/or assign tasks for the employee to perform, as RMC may deem appropriate.

RMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.