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Security Engineer/Developer

Category: Cyber Security Consulting

City: Fairfax, Virginia, United States

Position ID: J0919-0581

Employment Type: Full Time

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Position Description:

CGI Federal’s Emerging Technologies Practice (ETP) seeks a highly-motivated Security Developer/ Engineer to join their Cyber Security team. The candidate will join a multi-disciplinary team of security specialists, engineers, project managers and delivery professionals responsible for supporting various Defense and Civilian contracts

Your future duties and responsibilities:

As an Application security engineer/ developer, responsibilities would include analyzing applications and code for vulnerability, researching threats and attack vectors that impact web application and infrastructure, Participate in security architecture, design, and control implementation document, explain risks and vulnerabilities to technical stakeholders, participate at times with client teams to write secure code.

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

2-4 years of experience.

• Knowledge of secure development principles in at least one environment (i.e. Java or .NET).

System development experience in technologies like Java, JavaScript, Angular JS, Python, Ruby, .Net technologies is highly desired.

• Awareness of security-related best programming practices for J2EE and .NET

• Experience with System and Application Vulnerability assessment/ Penetration testing is desired.

• Experience using scan/ attack/ assessment tools and techniques, including proficiency in at least one common framework such as Metasploit.

• Ability to discover and exploit OWASP/ SANS application vulnerabilities

• Strong verbal/written communication skills

• Code review and application development skills are a definite plus

• Experience designing and executing web application security evaluations, solo and as part of a team

• Application security testing techniques, using automated tools and manual testing

• Creation of exploit proofs of concept

• Discovery of application security weaknesses, and writing recommendations for preventing or fixing them

• Knowledge of the SDLC and experience working with development teams

• Understanding of web application technologies and development processes

• Up-to-date knowledge of current threats

• Analyze and Respond to vulnerability inquiries and vulnerability reports.

• Research threats and attack vectors that impact web applications and infrastructure.

• Assess new and existing applications and system deployments for vulnerabilities and design flaws, and prioritize remediation efforts based on risk.

• Hands on experience with one or more tools like BurpSuite, Kali, BeEF, Fuzzers, MetaSploit, HP Fortify, YASCA. Appscan, AppDetective, Nessus is desired.

• One or more certifications like CISSP, CEH, Security +, OSCP desired

• Ability to document and explain risks and vulnerabilities to technical stakeholders.


• Prior experience with migration, security and hardening of cloud native services (AWS, Azure, etc.)

• Knowledge of API web services


  • Security Assessment

  • Security Certification

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