The USPS Corporate Information Security Office (CISO) is adding almost 60 career positions to its workforce, expanding its ability to protect the Postal Service from the ever-evolving cybersecurity threat landscape.
“These new positions will allow CISO to usher in a suite of capabilities across the organization, increasing its capacity to prevent, detect and respond to cyberthreats,” said Chief Information Security Officer Greg Crabb. “Our CISO teams will also gain much needed capacity that will enable them to develop, deploy and deliver best-in-class, innovative CyberSafe digital products and services.”
The demand for skilled cybersecurity professionals is outpacing the general job market. USPS has one of the world’s largest computer networks — linking more than 31,000 facilities and connecting hundreds of thousands of employees and hundreds of systems.
The new positions will be available at CISO work locations in Morrisville, NC; Falls Church, VA; Eagan, MN; and USPS headquarters in Washington, DC. Some jobs will require security clearances.
You can search for the positions, which began posting June 11, through the USPS Careers site. Some positions will be posted externally at a later date.