Specific Job Description The Naval Programs teams spans across Lockheed Martin Canada’s main project sites (Kanata, Montreal, and Dartmouth), opportunities are available at all sites for supporting Naval Combat Systems Programs and Proposal Capture activities.The candidate will participate as a Cyber Architect/Engineer member of the Naval Development team in a multi-disciplined team environment to perform tasks such as requirements verification and validation, support security testing activities, issue analysis and resolution related to multiple subsystems.The Cyber Architect/Engineer will develop cybersecurity solutions to assure the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of the information systems of national and international programs. This will include the creation of cybersecurity architectures and other security artifacts for multiple information systems including:Design and implement structures to thwart malware and hacker intrusions in very large and complex military systemsFacilitate penetration testing / ethical hackingInformation segregation (separating classified / unclassified information)System needs for security / Security Assessment & Authorization (SA&A)Access control systems and methodologyUtilize the latest intrusion monitoring techniques / continuous monitoringCentralized auditTamper proofingTraceability to security standards and guidelinesEncryptionSystem hardeningNetwork securityCommunicate with government officials and contractors Business Environment Lockheed Martin Canada is the Canadian-based arm of Lockheed Martin Corporation, a global security and aerospace company employing 110,000 people worldwide, including more than 1,000 Canadians. By applying innovative approaches of our highly skilled and experienced Canadian workforce, we have been Canada’s trusted defence and aerospace partner for over 80 years. We operate major facilities in Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Calgary and Victoria and work on a wide range of programs from advanced naval technology products and unmanned systems software to providing delivery and in-service support of the latest military aircraft to commercial engine repair and overhaul capabilities. This position is part of the Rotary and Mission Systems business area, where employees across Canada support engineering, systems integration, training, sustainment and in-service support programs for Canadian and international military customers across land, air and sea. Required skills, qualifications and experience Possesses a bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science, or accreditations in cyber security engineering.Minimum 5 years of professional experience in cyber security, systems engineering, or a related fieldCommunicate effectively with technical and non-technical members of the engineering/management staff and personnel assigned to related workAptitude for solving challenging problems in a team environmentHave a high degree of initiative and autonomyHave a high learning abilityAbility to adapt and perform in a dynamic environment. Desired skills, qualifications and experience Software or systems architecture (Virtualization, network topology, cyber settings, automated health monitoring, Operating Environment, etc.)LinuxVirtualization technologies (such as Vmware VSphere and Horizon)Cloud technologiesStorage technologiesData and/or network securityDocker, Kubernetes, or OpenStackExperience with Data center infrastructure management (DCIM)Network engineering experienceExpertise in data centers infrastructure hardware such as Nexus 5500/5000/3500,The following certifications are considered as assets:NATO Secret security clearanceCertified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP)Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC)Certified Information Security ManagerCertified Information Systems AuditorCertified Ethical Hacker.Bilingual (English/French) Equal Opportunity Statement Lockheed Martin Canada is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity in the workplace. We are committed to excellence in serving all customers, including people with disabilities, and we encourage feedback on the provision of these services.