Location:  Fort Gordon, Augusta, Georgia

Customer: TRADOC Capability Manager-Cyber (TCM Cyber)

Background:  TCM Cyber is TRADOC’s centralized capability development integrator for Cyberspace Operations.  TCM Cyber is the user advocate for doctrine, organizational, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, and facilities, and policy (DOTMLPF-P) solutions that enable DCO, OCO, Cyber SU and PCTE capabilities to operational and institutional forces, ensuring mission success across the force in support of unified land operations. TCM Cyber executes its mission by coordinating DOTMLPF-P developments to ensure capabilities remain integrated and support operational requirements.

Education:  BS/BA degree 

Clearance: TS with SCI eligibilty

Minimum Qualifications Requirements:

-A minimum of five (5) years of experience/knowledge in information technology, cyber security, network infrastructure, computer networking, data management

-A minimum of three (3) years of experience/knowledge of force modernization, capability development process, or requirements determination process

Specific Skills, Training, Certifications

-Possess a strong knowledge of DCO concepts, TTPs, and Technologies, user activity monitoring, forensics and malware analysis, various DCO tools and cloud and virtualization solutions

-Comprehensive knowledge of cyberspace doctrine, policy and regulations and ability to generate recommendation for future DCO capability development efforts

-Knowledge of commercial telecommunications and methodologies, DoD and/or Army cyberspace operations and industry best practices

-One of the following is required: Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), GIAC Penetration Tester (GPEN), Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), or  Certified Information Security Manager (CISM)

-Duties include: The candidate will:

-Develop concepts and indentify capability needs for the implementation of JCIDS documents

-Participate in development of Joint, DoD and Army concepts that include aspects of DCO

-Provide comprehensive expertise in defensive cyberspace operations, research and analysis, capability requirements development

-Analyze approved concepts and doctrine for the purpose of development Army DCO related universal tasks and determine DCO capability gaps

-Develop opportunity statements and drive technology evaluations and assessments

-Participate in the development of broad based announcement to solicit proposals for DCO research and development efforts

-Generate DOTMLPF-P solutions (e.g. doctrine, TTPs, organizational design changes, training initiatives, etc.)

-Participate in capability needs analysis (CNA)

-Produce conceptual products requiring assessment (studies, experimentation, wargaming, analyses, testing and simulations)

-Develop information materials, provide analysis and presentation I support of DCO capability develop efforts

-Plan, prepare, execute, and lead action officer and senior-level conferences, meetings, workshops, and reviews in support of ongoing programs/projects related to TCM-Cyber roles and responsibilities for developing capabilities for the Cyber Mission Force and overall cyberspace workforce.  Present TCM Cyber positions at conferences, boards, committees, panels, working groups, reviews and other forums as deemed appropriate

-Develop information materials, provide analysis and presentations in support of all DCO capability development efforts

-Serve as a subject matter expert for integrating DCO concepts into Army Warfighting Requirements.  Collaborate with proponent sponsors and HQDA, ARCYBER, FORSCOM, USCYBERCOM, Joint Staff, and Combatant Commands for DCO capability development

-Conduct comprehensive analysis to ensure that the integration of doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel, facilities and policy (DOTMLPF-P) factors are adequate to support current and emerging warfighting systems.  Analyze changes in joint and other services' cyberspace/electronic warfare and related doctrine and techniques to determine impact on Army operational capabilities.  Coordinate analysis results that support recommendations with key stakeholders and presents findings to TCM Cyber

-Produce concepts of operation, operational mode summaries/mission profiles, basis of issue guidance, and system training plans for systems within his/her area of focus

-Coordinate architecture product support for related systems and work with the architect to develop appropriate operational views, capability views, architecture views, and system views

-Collaborate with the Science and Technology (S&T) community to assist in developing the Army Science and Technology Master Plan

-Write documents for requirements needs from the field on a collegiate level

Travel: 25% CONUS

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