Smart Infrastructure CMMC Program Manager – REMOTE
Siemens Smart Infrastructure is seeking a CMMC Program Manager, a critical new role within the Federal Government Business. In this role you will be responsible for supporting the CMMC Program Leader in establishing and maintaining a companywide CMMC compliance program, including the development of a holistic strategic vision and the implementation of new business practices to ensure effective and ongoing compliance. This is a REMOTE position that will report to the CMMC Program Leader within the Siemens Federal Business team. Come drive our transformation as we do our part to protect the US Federal Government infrastructure!
- The CMMC Program Manager will coordinate day-to-day communications, collaboration, and work activities across a diverse range of Siemens stakeholders and teams, including Federal Compliance, Federal Leadership, IT, Cybersecurity, Legal, HR, and Operations.
- The CMMC Program Manager will be responsible for assisting the CMMC Program Leader to develop, plan, implement, and maintain a comprehensive CMMC Program designed to ensure the compliance of in-scope Business Units (BUs) with applicable CMMC regulations, DFARS/FARS clauses, and technical standards.
- The Program Manager will act as a central point of coordination to ensure that the efforts of a broad range of contributors are aligned with, and efficiently contributing to, the strategic vision and goals of the CMMC Program.
- Support the CMMC Program Leader in developing a strategic roadmap with financial options for Siemens Smart Infrastructure to gain and maintain operational and procedural compliance with all requirements of the CMMC program, including requirements outlined in the existing DFARs clauses related to the CMMC interim rule and any additional rulemaking, as it becomes available.
- Work with stakeholders across multiple Siemens Smart Infrastructure BUs to understand existing business practices and work with the CMMC Program Leader and each BU to implement required aspects of the overall CMMC compliance program in each respective area of the business, while minimizing the impact of these requirements on existing business activities.
- Support the CMMC Program Leader in developing policies, procedures, and tooling to monitor and govern the day-to-day operations of the CMMC program on an ongoing basis for all applicable BUs and groups, including, but not limited to: IT, Cybersecurity, HR, Procurement, and other critical stakeholders and corporate teams as needed.
- Support the establishment of guidelines, processes, procedures, etc. for scoping the handling of CUI, including updating and managing CUI boundary approaches, diagrams, and documentation for applicable Business Units and teams.
- Support Leadership meetings with Federal ecosystem contractors and Federal end-users on CUI topics, as needed.
- Assist in developing training for employees, partners, and sub-contractors on industry compliance requirements regarding handling and storage of CUI and other requirements related to CMMC.
- Assist in developing and implementing new policies, procedures, and work activities across a range of BUs with diverse business practices, constraints, and operational requirements.
- Develop implementation project plans to support the rollout and integration of CMMC Program activities, including project scheduling, tasking, and execution coordination.
- Perform day-to-day activities to ensure effective stakeholder collaboration, participation, and actions including, scheduling and running meetings, coordinating communication across stakeholder groups and time zones, assigning tasks and tracking timely execution.
- Administer CMMC Program activities by developing documentation, writing procedures, updating diagrams and process flows, and managing file storage.
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
- Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field from an accredited college/university
- Working knowledge of NIST 800-171/2
- 3-5 years of Project Management experience, preferably in a large matrixed organization
- Experience working with and developing change management and stakeholder communication procedures
- Familiarity with the underlying standards, best-practices, and history of the CMMC framework, including: NIST SP 800-53, NIST Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), NIST SP 800-37, and working with Cybersecurity Control Identifiers (CCIs)
- Cybersecurity and/or project-management related certification (e.g., PMP, CISSP, CISM, CISA)
- Familiarity with other compliance frameworks such as FedRAMP, FISMA, SOC, ISO,
- Exceptional written and oral communication skills
- Proficient with Microsoft business productivity products such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Working knowledge of M365 productivity products such as Microsoft Forms, PowerPack solutions, and SharePoint Online
- Candidate must be a United States Citizen
- Ability to travel as required
Organization: Smart Infrastructure
Company: Siemens Industry, Inc.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Full / Part time: Full-time
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