IOMAXIS has ongoing opportunities for Computer Exploitation Specialists to support exciting projects near Quantico, Virginia. This is a great opportunity for strong Security Professionals with leadership skills! Apply innovative thinking to projects that are difficult to solve. Security professionals with a focus in CNE/CNO operations who thrive in a challenging environment this may be your calling! Interested? We are utilizing this opportunity to evaluate cyber talent on a regular basis for up and coming opportunities in the Stafford, VA area. Expand your horizons and chances to be noticed for similar roles in the future by applying here.
WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING
You will work with a team of security professionals to support a government customer performing an exciting real-world cyber mission. Candidates should be comfortable with learning new technologies and highly motivated to develop and deploy cutting edge technologies. You must be security focused and driven to perform in a fast-paced environment.Qualifications
This position requires a Top Secret security clearance to start. A customer-specific Counter Intelligence Polygraph examination will be administered after hire.
Skills / Capabilities:
Must have recent work experience as a senior-level or technical lead in a related position on a major program, project, or activity.
Must have a minimum of five (5) years recent experience in the direct performance of a major program, project, or activity relating to systems or network exploitation, Penetration Testing, Security Engineering, Exploit Development, or related fields.
Prior experience working as part of a security team is highly desirable. Relevant computer, networking and security certifications are also highly desirable. Ideal candidate would have significant experience working as a penetration tester or functioning in a Red Team or CNO/CNE environment.
Strong exploitation background, including prior work in hardware engineering, construction, testing, or installation
Relevant experience working with Windows, Linux, OSX, Android, and iOS, especially related to exploitation or systems security.
Experience with cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or other wireless technologies
Prior experience in networking, to include network engineering, network architectures, traffic analysis or troubleshooting
Theoretical or working knowledge of security exploit techniques
Development skills, including Java Script, Python, PHP, or C
Security Certifications, such as OSCP, OSCE, OSWE, OSWP, OSEE, CISSP, GSEC, GCIA, GCIH, GWAPT, GPEN, GAWN, GXPN
Unleash your potential and make a dramatic impact!
Over the past 10 years, IOMAXIS has advanced the state of Cyber RDT&E and provided support to the special operations and intelligence communities by bringing together the best software, hardware, communications and security experts in the industry by leveraging our decades of operational experience to help Federal agencies and organizations develop critical solutions for difficult missions around the globe. Today, we're proud to say the most important Federal clients rely on our solutions to perform their missions by developing solutions faster, reducing complexity, cutting costs, and providing a profound level of innovation. IOMAXIS helps our customers deliver exceptional value to their client, America and its people. IOMAXIS leads the industry in developing superior technologies and services, delivering actionable capabilities and insight- right when customers need it most.
IOMAXIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status.(#CJ)
Come join our global team of dedicated professionals who through their extraordinary efforts demonstrate every day their commitment to our mission of improving the lives of patients. At Orthofix our culture is built around Integrity and the core beliefs we live by: Exceed Expectations, Work Together, Be Respectful, Get Lean and Have Fun! As an Orthofix employee, you will become an integral part of our culture by continually demonstrating the highest level of integrity and our beliefs while making an impact to our vision “To be a highly respected global orthopedic and spine company that delivers exceptional value to our patients, customers, team members, partners and shareholders."
The Insurance Administrator - Auto and Workers Comp Specialist, is responsible for verifying benefits for auto insurance, workers compensation, and other commercial insurance plans for patients who have been prescribed an Orthofix Bone Growth Therapy device. The Insurance Administrator obtains benefit plan details and authorizations, follows up on existing accounts and negotiates pricing and coverage of Orthofix products with providers. Additionally, the Insurance Administrator interacts with our Sales Representatives by informing and updating status of claims, authorizations, and coordination of benefits.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (essential functions of position) :
Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.
The Insurance Administrator performs a wide variety of duties requiring high initiative and an excellent degree of judgment in solving problems including:
Provide best in class service to our patients and sales partners.
Verify, understand and communicate patient DME benefits, coordination of benefits and patient financial liability for all insurance, workers compensation and liability products and other commercial insurance (PPO, HMO, Medicare, Medicaid, Auto, Liability, etc.) as needed.
Interpret patient clinical condition utilizing physician patient records and determine financial responsibility by comparing clinical condition to specific payer guidelines. Effectively communicate clinical condition of the patient to customers/payers.
Determine revenue amounts based on allowable benefits, unit price, payer guidelines, co-payment and booking policy.
Request authorization, communicate authorization decisions and determine appropriate next steps for adverse decisions following department policy.
Build and maintain professional communication levels with internal and external customers and peers.
Back up other region(s) as assigned to maintain operational order processing SLA levels.
Ensure that order updates incorporate department standards.
Perform final analysis of order prior to release; review for accuracy and content.
Timely completion of all corporate wide and departmental training.
Understand and promote Compliance adherence.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
Direct health care industry experience with special emphasis to workers compensation and auto liability claim experience is highly preferred.
In depth knowledge of workers compensation and auto liability claims and authorization requirements.
Self-starter to overcome obstacles in verifying, obtaining authorizations for both workers compensation and auto liability claims.
Excellent teamwork behaviors while abiding by Orthofix Code of Conduct
Excellent time management, organizational, verbal and written skills
Excellent knowledge of workers compensation and auto claims, other insurance companies and associated contract types (i.e., HMO, Auto, PPO, POS).
Strong ability to handle multiple priorities and heavy volume while meeting all deadlines
Highly detail oriented with emphasis on quality and timeliness
Ability to promote logic/thought.
Ability to adapt to fast changing priorities with ease and confidence while supporting management decisions.
Project a professional image.
Strong knowledge of anatomy, products and related clinical studies.
Innovative thinker with good judgment, analytical and decision-making skills.
Excellent work ethic - supervision is minimal, ability to trouble shoot to overcome delays
Excellent utilization of computer skills. Able to run various programs with ease.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK CONDITIONS:
Regularly required to sit for extended periods of time; frequently required to stand, walk and use business equipment daily such as P.C., copier, fax, telephone, etc.; occasionally required to reach overhead, bend, and lift objects of up to 20 lbs.
Eyesight and hearing must be correctable to standard level.
Telephone usage will be approximately 50% daily.
Ability to deal effectively with specific elements of the position, such as: frequently changing deadlines, periodic heavy workloads, and dynamic business growth.
Orthofix complies with all applicable federal, state, and local laws regarding equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment. Orthofix makes its employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or any other status protected by law. In addition to federal law requirements, Orthofix complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has employees. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
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