Date Posted: 2020-05-12
Category: Engineering and Sciences
Subcategory: Systems Engineer
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: TS/SCI
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: None
Potential for Remote Work: Yes
JOB DESCRIPTION: Senior-level Action Officer (AO)
in OUSD(A&S/CISO) (Office of the Under Secretary of Defense
and Sustainment) in the Mark Center.
Provides management and oversight of major weapons systems
vulnerability assessments and mitigation strategies.
Assists in the development of concepts and
operational plans and concepts for integration of legacy and
with minimal interruption to ongoing operations. Performs
senior leader engagement regarding
Service-specific Operational Risks, and Joint Operational and
Mission Risks of
identified cyber vulnerabilities. Provides
cyber and weapons systems technical expertise for early
combatant command & Service-level cyber mission threats.
mitigation priorities based upon findings.
Manages the Cyber Council of Colonels and supports A&S
IPTs, architectural studies, Defense Acquisition Boards (DABs)
Alternatives (AOAs), resource inputs and acquisition planning
processes. Supports DoD civilians and military officers
the OUSD(A&S/CISO) office. Qualifications
TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor's Degree and 14 years experience or Master’s and
12 years (preferred).
years’ experience with DoD information and cybersecurity
and procedures and knowledge of DoD cyber governance
- Experience with Cyber vulnerability assessments and mitigation
- Experience with DoD Risk Management
Framework (RMF) policy and its application.
with DoD CONOPS and Operational planning.
working knowledge of DoD policies, directives and instructions
- Must be able
to write at a level to support rapid creation of OUSD(A&S)
memoranda, directives and instructions.
with STRATCOM mission and organizational structure.
Working knowledge of NC3 and BMD architecture.
Related experience :
Experience with Service and Joint Command and Control (C2)
- Experience with the requirements
process, DoD POM development, planning, programming, budgeting,
cycle, and DoD acquisition processes. DAU Requirements
- Experience with DoD requirements
(i.e. JCIDS) and/or policy coordination and comment resolution,
- Pentagon staff experience (OSD,
Joint Staff, or Service HQ level) or major joint headquarters
staff and experience
working with GO/FO level military officers and civilian
counterparts is a plus.
- Ability to prepare presentations and
brief senior government civilians, military officers, and DoD
- Understanding of MDA mission and
understanding of Electronic Warfare (EW) (TTPs) to include
(EA), Electronic protection (EP), and Electronic Warfare Support
Experience planning and execution of military exercises a
Familiarity with data architecture and systems development.
Ability to form and lead a task organized team in order to
task or objective.
- Background in STEM (Science, Engineering,
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