This position supports the DISA GSM-O II Task Order 07 (TN07) at Joint Force Headquarters DODIN (JFHQ-DODIN). TN-07 provides support to JFHQ-DODIN in the “DODIN Operations” and “Defensive Cyberspace Operations-Internal Defense Measures” (DCO-IDM) mission areas. The selected candidate will provide expertise on the planning and execution of a variety of defensive cyberspace Operations, Actions and Activities (OA&A) throughout DoD cyberspace, and collaborate with multiple internal and external planning elements and joint staff directorates throughout DoD.
- Conduct and support future operations (FUOPS) planning and defensive cyber operations execution and support to the JFHQ-DODIN mission areas.
- Understand product linkages and dependencies of the Joint Strategic Planning System (JSPS).
- Apply the principles of operational art and design in the development of defensive cyberspace planning.
- Gather and integrate relevant elements of Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (JIPOE) in preparation of cyberspace planning.
- Lead or support deliberate planning using the Joint Planning Process (JPP).
- Support Crisis Action Planning using the Joint Planning Process (JPP).
- Lead teams of diverse stakeholders across the defensive cyberspace community through development of plans that meet Commander’s intent and mission.
- Work with other staff elements to develop Staff Estimates and conduct planning.
- Lead or support Operational Planning Teams and Working Groups in support of Commander’s objectives and End State.
- Participate in and/or support Boards, Bureaus, Centers, Cells, and Working Groups (B2C2WG) events and activities.
- Develop and conduct briefings to Senior Executive Service (SES) and General Officer/Flag Officer (GO/FO) leadership.
- Author and staff Concept of Operations (CONOPS) and Level 1 through Level 4 plans (Commander’s Estimates, Base Plans (BPLANS), Concept Plans (CONPLANS), Operations Plans (OPLANS).
- Research, develop and author issue papers/white papers on varying defensive cyberspace topics.
- Develop, author and staff military type orders in support of defensive cyberspace campaigns and operations.
- Develop assessment indicators and practices to measure the effectiveness of defensive cyberspace operations.
- Ensure synchronization with subordinate elements of tasks in deliberate plans through internal and external collaboration.
- Coordinate, de-conflict, and facilitate communications with all applicable staff elements, subordinate headquarters, combatant commands, service cyber components, agencies, and field activities.
- Contribute to contingency campaign planning in support of anticipated campaigns or operations.
- Bachelor's degree in a related discipline with 12+ years of applicable combined education and experience; related years of experience is accepted in lieu of a degree.
- Active DoD TS/SCI clearance and eligible for C/I Polygraph
- Joint Professional Military Education Level II (JPME II) certification/qualification.
- Demonstrated experience integrating multiple stakeholder and operating environment inputs while developing plans.
- Demonstrated working knowledge of Joint Publication 3-12 (JP 3-12) “Cyberspace Operations.”
- Demonstrated working knowledge of JP 5-0 “Joint Planning.”
- Demonstrated experience briefing Senior Executive Service (SES) and General Officer/Flag Officer (GO/FO) leadership.
- Completion of operational level professional military education (i.e., Intermediate Level Education [ARMY]) or higher.
- Experience with DISA and DoD Networks.
- Completion of military cyber planning courses (Army Cyberspace Operations Planners Course [ACOPC], Joint Cyberspace Operations Planners Course [JCOPC], Joint Advanced Cyber Warfare Course [JACWC], etc.)
- Completion of non-DoD cyber certifications (Net+, SEC+, CISM, CISSP, etc.)
- Understanding of Directive Authority for Cyberspace Operations (DACO)
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