The American Institutes for Research: Technical Project Manager, Security

(Washington, DC) Overview:

The American Institutes for Research (AIR) is a leading professional services firm with a growing software engineering and product development team.

We design and build things that are inspiring and make a real impact in the online testing industry.

As a result of our continued growth, we are currently seeking a Software Applications Project Manager for our Washington, D.C.

office.Be part of something innovative and cutting edge.

Join our team of more than a hundred software engineers, designers, project managers and software specialists that are smart, creative and excited by what they do.Some of our ground-breaking work includes:• advanced computer-adaptive algorithms (only one that’s peer-approved in the country)• mobile support for the user interfaces• learning management systems with social media features• user interfaces that are universally accessible to people with or without disabilities • innovative, machine-scorable items


The Technical Project Manager, Security will provide project management support for a range of risk management, compliance, threat protection, and application security efforts.• Responsible for end-to-end project management, demonstrating ownership of the entire process from beginning to end.• Produce timely and high quality work products in support of information security projects, including scope, project plans, project schedules, requirements specifications, test plans, test scripts, and other deliverables.• Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors to support security related needs and assessments.• Oversee incident response activities as well as the investigation of breaches, and assist with reporting and legal matters associated with such incidents as necessary.• Understand the relationships, dependencies, and impact of neighboring business functions and projects.• Work with application development staff to coordinate security related projects.• Coordinate division level projects with corporate IT staff as necessary.


• Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, MIS, Security, or related discipline; Master’s degree preferred• 5+ years of project management experience• 3+ years of information security experience• General knowledge of cyber security project management• General understanding of network security, end point security, threat intelligence, security logging, and overall network security practices• Knowledge of a variety of information security technologies• knowledge of software development lifecycle • Information Security and/or PMP certifications preferred*LI-MB1

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American Institutes for Research is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Apply:


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