Job Title: Security/Vulnerability Management Analyst
Location: Washington DC, Blacksburg, Abingdon VA preferred, remote possible
Clearance Requirement: Eligibility for a Government Public Trust (SF-85) background investigation
Who Are We?
1901 Group prides itself on looking ahead of our competitors for the next wave of IT trends. We provide our employees with training and development opportunities, preparing them for upcoming technical challenges.
With primary office locations in Blacksburg and Reston, Virginia, our teams support customers from across the United States. Our innovative IT “as-a-service” delivery model is supported by industry certifications that ensure quality and efficient IT solutions.
We are transforming the delivery of IT services through the use of enterprise managed services that use the cloud to securely monitor, manage, and optimize complex IT environments. Our company name was inspired by the history of automation. 1901 was the year that another disruptive technology changed the world: the assembly line. We applied that lesson to IT services today, leveraging skills and materials efficiently within a repeatable process that quadruples output.
Who We Need:
As a Security/Vulnerability Management Analyst, you will:
Successful Traits in this Role include:
Minimum Essential Functions:
Why 1901 Group is a Great Place to Work
The health and happiness of our employees and their families is our top priority. That's why we offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package to help you and your loved ones feel secure. We strive to create the best experience for you, so you can continue doing the things you love.
The following represents an overview of our offerings:
Health & Wellness
• 1901 Group offers above-industry standard, high-quality medical, pharmacy, dental and vision plans. A single carrier supports our offerings of two medical, two dental and a single, comprehensive vision plan.
• Two Telehealth/Telemedicine services as part of the medical plan, allowing you to get the care you need - including most prescriptions - for a wide range of minor conditions.
Flexible Payment Options via Pretax Deductions
• Health Savings Account (HSA)
• Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
• Limited Purpose Flexible Spending Account
Paid Time Off
• Generous leave options to include: vacation, sick leave, all major and federal holidays, jury duty, bereavement, military leave, maternity, and paternity leave.
• Pre-tax and Roth 401(k) Savings Programs with company match
Coverage for the Unexpected or “Just in Case” Moments
• Two Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs)
• Company-paid Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
• Company-paid Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance Supplemental Life and AD&D Insurance for Employees, Spouses, and Children
Our Focus on Professional & Team Growth:
At 1901 Group we empower our employees with exponential career development and growth opportunities by utilizing a more modern form of employee assessment - quarterly reviews. We put our employees in the driver's seat of their evaluation process - and their development. Learning and development is offered through a variety of platforms, designed to satisfy different learners at different stages within their careers.
Employee-Driven Performance Management & Learning
We support a philosophy and approach where “Everyone Learns”. Whether it be via online training or domain specific classroom & instructor lead training - we anticipate our employees will constantly seek out new ways to improve themselv
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