The Operational Technology Security (OTSEC) Engineer develops, designs, tests, integrates, and deploys security system software and hardware solutions, ensures cyber security methods and guidelines are followed. You'll be responsible for designing and implementing solutions to protect material handling systems. This position entails conducting site visits to evaluate security postures and provide project support. The PE OT Security Engineer oversees consultants, vendors, interns, college co-ops, and technical writers. You must be able to travel and have a flexible schedule.
The OT Security Engineer tests applications to ensure that designs meet security requirements, business needs, and are cost effective. He/She manages project lifecycles, project scope, resources, schedule, initiation, and deployment to see projects from beginning-to-end. This position works with local cross-functional staff as well as vendors and consultants to successfully meet project objectives. The PE OT Security Engineer uses technical knowledge, experience, and reference materials (e.g., websites, manuals, books, etc.) to design and develop optimal solutions that work in accordance with the overall system business requirements. He/She handles calls from the district to respond to internal customers’ software/hardware problems and/or requests.
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