DescriptionSAIC is seeking a Cyberspace Analyst II with an active TS/SCI Polygraph to work onsite with our customer at Ft. Meade in Maryland.
Shift: Weekday Nights Tu-Fr 2130-0730
The successful candidate communicates complex programmatic cyber planning information, orally and in writing, elicits understanding and support from professional peers and non-specialists. Demonstrates 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. Evaluates and conducts development of Cyber Network Operations (CNO) requirements and assists in creating CNO Lines of Operations (LOO). The Cyberspace Analyst provides real-time support to include incident handling, triage of events, network analysis and threat detection, trend analysis, metric development, and vulnerability information dissemination. Utilizes cyber security capabilities to assist in detecting, monitoring and reporting vulnerability events and identifies potential capabilities gaps with suggesting courses of action for remediation or requirement development. The candidate accomplishes the following tasks throughout their shift: maintaining awareness of CCMD/HHQ directives/orders; maintain appropriate content on USCYBERCOM JOC and current operations classified and unclassified website/portals; situational awareness and incident reporting; shift turnover meetings; orders processing; KM tools updating (website, blogs, etc.). Maintains TTPs/training; operational assessments; conducting briefings at all levels; special project collaboration when able; operational reporting; RFIs; AAR and LL inputs; SITREPS, industry/academic collaboration; development and reporting; executive summaries; tracking and documenting meetings/visits to JOC watch floor; and assisting in preparation of office relocation in accordance with move procedures.
- Provides technical expertise for the identification, development and prioritization of cyberspace operations requirements, processes, procedures, and governing directives
- Assists in conducting cyberspace operations and defense of the DoD Information Network (DODIN)
- Provides situational awareness (SA) of cyber incidents, health, performance, availability, and reliability of the DODIN
- Identifies issues and priorities affecting operations
- Supports the creation, dissemination, and compliance of applicable orders and directives to the DOD community
- Addresses areas of concern for the development of cyberspace capabilities for cyberspace operations
- Prepares and modifies requirements to develop cyberspace capabilities based on the changing cyberspace environment for appropriate Government review, validation, and prioritization
- Analyzes capability development requirements, concept of operation documents, and system architectures
- Utilizes automated capabilities to assess risk to DODIN assets
- Assists in identifying and prioritizing requirements for capability development efforts
- Analyzes proposed capabilities, recommends COSs, and develops solutions to address areas of concern for shortfalls
- Develops, maintains, and automates metrics to assess USCYBERCOM operational Measure of Effective and Performance (MOE/MOP)
- Develops concept papers, technical white papers, and related documentation detailing cyber security practices for implementation throughout DOD
- Analyzes vulnerabilities with known exploits that do not have vendor-provided mitigation or remediation action
- Conducts research that focuses on rapidly emerging cyber threats and cyber adversary Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs)
- Collaborates with internal and external partners to facilitate cyber SA and information sharing
- Assesses the development of cyberspace capabilities to validate USCYBERCOM requirements
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND QUALIFICATIONS:
- Minimum six (6) years of experience as a Cyberspace Analyst or a related functional area with a bachelor's degree. Years of experience in lieu of a degree could be considered.
- Minimum of DoD 8140/DoD 8570 IAM Level II Certification or CSSP Infrastructure Support Certification (CAP, CASP CE, CISM, CISSP, GSLC, CEH, CySA+, GICSP, SSCP)
- Strong attention to detail and organizational skills.
- Excellent communications skills
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills
- ACTIVE TS/SCI with Polygraph
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