International/National Operations Analyst (Job Number:410005)
SAIC currently has a contingency position for a International/National Operations Analyst to support the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) at Fort Meade, Maryland.
The USCYBERCOM J3 conducts activities in support of the various CCMDs, including strengthening relationships with key partner nations, coordinating, synchronizing, deconflicting, and integrating operational planning efforts for full spectrum cyberspace operations. This task requires a broad, expert knowledge of the Command's Cyber missions, authorities, and capabilities as well as equivalent information regarding the roles and responsibilities of the Command's external program partners, which includes (but not limited to) other DoD commands and agencies, other U.S. Government agencies and key partners.
Daily activities include:
- Communicate complex programmatic cyber planning information, orally and in writing, to elicit understanding and support from professional peers and non-specialists
- Contribute to the development and refinement of COAs and other Cyber guidance materials employed by the Command and its external Cyber program partners
- Monitor and evaluate national/international operations to identify opportunities for the Command to execute authorities to meet DoD Cyber objectives
- Provide expert information and recommendations to applicable staff elements, JFHQs, subordinate headquarters, Service Cyber components, CCMD, components and agencies with cyber related missions to support implementation of strategies and plans
- Assist and advise various Operational Planning Groups (OPGs) and Operational Planning Teams (OPTs) by providing functional expertise and guidance as to the intent of negotiated and established national/international agreements
- Participate in post-event analyses to determine the success of Cyber strategies, initiatives, or plans
- Attend strategic working group meetings, facilitate discussions, gather information, analyze the data, and produce written products in support of USCYBERCOM's force management efforts
- Review and provide feedback on cyber related strategy, policy, and doctrine received from higher headquarter(s)
- Report on evolving cyberspace policy trends and issues within the U.S. Government
- Review and evaluate cyberspace policy directives and CONOPs
- Assist with responses to Congressionally Directed Actions (CDA) and Congressional Questions for the Record (QFR)
- Provide input to the JQRR submission for USCYBERCOM
- Provide support with technical and policy analyses of cyber issues
- Attend conferences, seminars, and special meetings
- Contribute to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and USSTRATCOM/USCYBERCOM policies and directives on cybersecurity and internet access
- Provide substantive input in converting cybersecurity policies into operational plans for defense of the DODIN, as well as maintain a set of detailed options and filtering/defense policies for expected DODIN operations and defense scenarios, attacks, and changes in DODIN defensive posture
- Assist in advocating USCYBERCOM cyberspace policy and doctrine within the DoD and across the U.S. Government through the Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG). Provide analysis, recommendations, and guidance on cyberspace policy
- Assist in establishing USCYBERCOM engagement through a JIACG and provide representation to policy and doctrine forums of the DoD
- Recommend policy for the de-conflication of military cyberspace operations with other U.S. Government organizations, specified partners, and allies as necessary.
- Five to twelve years of experience with deliberate planning and the Adaptive Planning Process
- Must have recent operational experience with developing and executing strategic guidance to completion of COCOM level one through level four contingency plans,
- Demonstrated experience in After Action Reporting, developing Lessons Learned and capturing exercise artifacts.
- Significant experience on or in support of a major staff, i.e.; Joint Staff or CCMD staff.
- Creation and dissemination of orders and directives to provide guidance to the DoD community.
- Experience in support of Service, COCOM or JS cyber exercise as a player or planner.
- Staff experience researching and writing white papers, compliance reports and assessment reports in support of activities for defining policy.
- Ability to develop briefing materials, administrative, and logistics support.
- Excellent writing skills and ability to communicate effectively, including public speaking, and briefing senior officers.
- Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite.
- BS in Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science or Physics or related field
- Graduate of military IDE
- Graduate of Military Communications, Cyber or Intelligence qualification course
TRAVEL AND SECURITY: CONUS/OCONUS; TS/SCI with Polygraph
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EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
Job Posting: Apr 10, 2015, 2:26:50 PM
Primary Location: United States-MD-FORT GEORGE G MEADE
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: Top Secret/SCI with Polygraph
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None
Potential for Teleworking: No
Shift: Day Job