ASRC Federal Holding Company Compliance and Privacy Specialist in Missouri

ASRC Federal is a technical, professional services company providing state-of-the-art solutions to government and commercial clients. Our services include custom-engineered solutions that integrate with the latest technology, resulting in advanced information technology systems; business and management consulting services to assess client needs and reengineer processes; and strategic and tactical program expertise to support continuity and provide comprehensive oversight for mission-critical initiatives.

We partner with government and commercial agencies that require development of systems, such as communication systems, asset management, network deployment and engineering services, power and energy management solutions, portal applications, command and control, and geospatial information systems (GIS) to operate more efficiently and profitably.

As an emerging IT consulting and strategic outsourcing leader, we're always looking for exceptionally bright and motivated people to join our team. We are thought leaders in our market space - providing comprehensive solutions to our clients, throughout the enterprise. If you are looking for an opportunity to use your skills in new ways, in an environment that promotes free thinking, presents positive challenges, and makes real impact - Vistronix is the place for you.

Are you a skilled Compliance and Privacy Specialist looking for a new career challenge? If so, Vistronix may have your next ideal opportunity with our team in St. Louis, MO or in Washington, DC. As a member of the team, you will work with other IT professionals providing quality assurance and security guidance for a centralized software testing environment. You will collaborate with Software Testers, Developers, and Systems Administrators to enable robust testing of applications in a virtualized environment.


The Compliance and Privacy Specialist will work with the Customer and supporting Security Team to develop a Privacy Program that enforces compliance with policies, procedures, regulations and guidelines pertaining to information security, privacy and general compliance matters.

  • Define the strategy and implementation plan for a Privacy Program

  • Review, assess and implement privacy laws, directives and related functions

  • Review and update existing privacy documentation (e.g. PIA, PTA, SIA, SORNS)

  • Develop and document new organizational privacy policies and procedures, including PII incident handling, data protection policies, and information retention.

  • Assess the current privacy posture to determine compliance gaps across federal and departmental requirements, regulations, laws, standards and best practices

  • Analyze, document and maintain data sharing agreements for all appropriate organizational information systems

  • Assist in the development of a Privacy Information Map (PIM) that identifies PII and CUI processed or stored in information systems ensuring, to the maximum extent practicable, that such holdings are accurate, relevant, timely, and complete, and reduce them to the minimum necessary for the proper performance of documented agency functions

  • Review existing information systems documentation (e.g. data flow diagrams, schemas, design documents) to ensure the completeness, correctness, and accuracy of all captured privacy information is up to date.

  • Participate in privacy council meetings when requested by the Government

  • Develop Privacy Baseline Requirements for all RD application that include program and project level privacy controls.

  • Review and update information systems and organizational privacy and compliance documentation on an annual basis.


  • A Bachelor's degree in a STEM field.

  • At least 8 years related work experience in information security, privacy and compliance

  • Professional certification is preferred, e.g. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM)

  • Ability to effectively work both independently and in a team environment. Exceptional organizational abilities, oral and written communication skills, and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to operate and communicate effectively, prioritize and multitask, with a flexibility and adaptability in one's work approach to meet evolving program needs.

  • Ability to interact in a positive, productive manner with staff, customer, leadership, and others (demonstrating sensitivity, tact, and professionalism). Good judgment and creative/original thinking to address evolving requirements related to information security, privacy and compliance.

Successful candidate is subject to a background investigation by the government and must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance. US CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED.

Vistronix staff members enjoy a collaborative work environment. We recognize our staff members for their contributions to the team's success as well as individual professional accomplishments. Vistronix offers competitive salaries and a very comprehensive employee benefits program. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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