Technology Protection Engineer

Location US-National Capitol Region
Clearance Level
Top Secret/SCI
Regular Full-Time


The U.S. research laboratories and engineering centers are developing the advanced technology that will form the heart of the Army’s future fighting force. When foreign Governments and companies illegally acquire knowledge of the U.S. advanced technologies it is also essential that the Army understand the effect of that compromise. This team will support the Research and Technology Protection (RTP) and Cyber Intrusion Damage Assessment (CIDA) program. Positions available at multiple locations to include Aberdeen, MD; Huntsville, AL; and Arlington, VA.


The Technology Protection Engineer provides critical protection engineering and analysis to the Army Research and Technology Protection Center (ARTPC). Services include support in technology protection, intelligence analysis, and computer science. The Contractor shall accomplish support to field activities in accordance with ARTPC job priorities to provide support to Army command and activity staffs, programs managers, scientists, and engineers.

  • Apply expertise and analytical techniques and processes to support the development of major DoD weapon systems.
  • Support the development of program deliverables by providing detailed research, analysis, and production of program protection and other security products.
  • Conduct detailed technical state-of-the-world research and engineering research.
  • Conduct systems, risk and vulnerability analysis.
  • Analyze and apply the required research and technology protection (RTP) techniques, and integrate those processes and procedures across the many intelligence and security domains.
  • Develop policies and best practices to effectively support the Program Protection Planning process.
  • Evaluate and identify critical information and provide recommendation of appropriate countermeasures to protect CPI to program management for their consideration.
  • Draft and staff appropriate program security documentation for Program and Project Management that ensures CPI is identified and protected during the life cycle of the technology or project.


  • Shall have a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (any discipline)
  • 3 years of Engineering experience, at a minimum
  • Must achieve certification within 6 months (training provided)

Desired Skills: 

  • Ability to constructively engage and resolve challenging situations
  • Independent self-starter, proactive and professional assertive
  • Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer literacy
  • Proficiency with MS Office Suite (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Superior verbal/written skills and presentation skills
  • Ability to multitask

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