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Financial Management Analyst 24-6233

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Financial Systems and Data
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations. - Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization.
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations.
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
  • Knowledge of the operations and maintenance of financial systems.
  • Experience with the coordination of system enhancements and new capabilities; resolution of system malfunctions.
  • Knowledge of G-Invoicing, inter-agency agreements, and experience developing process, policy, and technical solutions for G-Invoicing implementations.
  • Knowledge of program and/or project management principles and processes.
Qualifications:
The incumbent must have the following skills:
  • adapting analytical techniques and evaluations criteria to the measurement and improvement or program effectiveness and/or organization productivity.
  • written and oral communication sufficient to prepare reports and guidance and to provide briefings on controversial or complex topics.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Financial Analyst 24-6232

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Financial Operations Division
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to study and analyze financial data during a given period of time and compare findings with previous reports/data to determine variances, trends, etc. and make necessary corrections.
  • Knowledge of the agency financial management process in order to assure that requirements, guidelines, and financial objectives of assigned funds are met.
  • Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and prepare strategy for presenting, explaining, and documenting the financial execution of a program and justifying variances to management officials
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations
  • Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization
  • Knowledge and intensive understanding of professional financial management principles, theories, techniques, and procedures to perform professional analytical work for operational programs or systems and to analyze and advise managers on accounting and financial matters
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
  • Ability to collaborate with internal and external stakeholders and customers to improve operational or financial data processing
  • Experience importing, exporting, organizing, and evaluating large data sets
Qualifications:
  • Experience ensuring accurate billing, invoicing, or financial transactions are maintained
  • Advanced knowledge and skill with Microsoft Excel or similar data processing capabilities Civilian experience will be considered for the position.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Budget/Financial Analyst 24-6231

Army: O-4 to O5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Washington, D.C.; Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - Budget Execution Division
Service: Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
  • Detailed, intensive knowledge and understanding of financial methods, practices, procedures, regulations, precedent decisions, and policies of the organization, and the agency.
  • Knowledge and skill necessary to study and analyze financial data during a given period of time and compare findings with previous reports/data to determine variances, trends, etc. and make necessary corrections.
  • Knowledge of the agency financial management process in order to assure that requirements, guidelines, and financial objectives of assigned funds are met.
  • Ability to gather, assemble, analyze and prepare strategy for presenting, explaining, and documenting the financial execution of a program and justifying variances to management officials.
  • Knowledge and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles, processes and practices in order to develop, implement, and advise on organization policies and controls for the obligation and expenditure of funds.
  • Knowledge and skill in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations.
  • Knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives, work processes and administrative operations of the organization.
  • Knowledge and intensive understanding of professional financial management principles, theories, techniques, and procedures to perform professional analytical work for operational programs or systems and to analyze and advise managers on accounting and financial matters.
  • Knowledge of the organization missions, functions, applicable regulations, and their relationship to other Federal activities and private industry to determine the impact of financial transactions on internal and external operations.
  • Knowledge of automated resource management systems design practices and limitations to develop an automated subsystem or revise and existing system in conjunction with computer programmers and software specialists.
Qualifications: The incumbent must have the following skills:
  • adapting analytical techniques and evaluation criteria to the measurement and improvement of program effectiveness and/or organizational productivity.
  • gathering, assembling, consolidating, and analyzing financial data and drawing conclusions.
  • written and oral communication sufficient to prepare reports and guidance and to provide briefings on controversial or complex topics. Civilian experience will be considered for the position.
Applications must provide the following documents:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Security Specialist - Information Security/SETA 24-6201

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-6

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Indian Head, Maryland
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Indian Head Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6

Tour Description: The PFI service member will provide direct support to the command Information Security (INFOSEC) and Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA) Program Manager. He/she will assist with the following items:
  1. Assist INFOSEC Program Manager with day-to-day tasks in management of the command Information Security program to include:
    1. conduct security inspections and spot checks in accordance with applicable policy.
    2. investigate security violations, including compromises or other threats to the safeguarding of classified and sensitive information
    3. process incoming and outgoing classified material shipments
    4. verify proper management of security containers, security forms, authorized shedders, access letters, classification markings on all information system security equipment, approved Open Storage spaces, and the holdings, accountability and markings on classified material.
  2. Provide support to command SETA program to include:
    1. coordinate, review, develop, and implement an auditing and monitoring program for the SETA program presentations and products
    2. conduct SETA training for INFOSEC programs.
  3. Support the command Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) program to include marking, handling, and disposition of CUI material.
Qualifications: Desired: SPeD Certification: SFPC
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Assistant Antiterrorism Officer 24-6200

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-6

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Indian Head, Maryland
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Indian Head Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6

Tour Description: The PFI will provide direct support to the command Antiterrorism Officer. He/she will assist with the following items:
  1. Assist ATO with implementing command AT Plan.
  2. Help develop prioritized list of Mission Essential/Vulnerable Areas (MEVA) and critical assets.
  3. Conduct command specific random antiterrorism measures (RAMs).
  4. Assist with annual vulnerability assessment and ensure that unmitigated/unresolved vulnerabilities are documented in current system of record.
  5. Support annual Command Antiterrorism Program Review.
  6. Assist with AT training requirements and annual AT exercises.
  7. Provide support for Command’s threat assessment.
  8. Provide technical and operational support to NSWC IHD personnel on AT matters.
  9. Support maintenance and update of NSWC IHD Force Protection (FP) measures as listed in this AT Plan.
Qualifications: Antiterrorism Level II training
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Acquisition Portfolio Manager 24-6168

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-8, W-3 to W-4

 
Length: 3 Years Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency Activity: DISA - IE
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-5, E-5, E-5, W-3, W-4

Tour Description:
Serves as a lead and advisor in acquisition management and program management. Plans, designs and conducts studies and analyses of complex plans for programs/projects/initiatives/services to identify and propose solutions to long standing management problems associated with complex, long-term scientific and technical missions in the area of Major Automated Information System (MAIS) program or AIS program/project/initiative/service acquisition and program management. Applies a wide range of qualitative and quantitative analytical methods in determining overall program/project/initiative/service progress (cost, schedule and performance) and successes. Determines and reports on compliance with the spirit and intent of acquisition and contracting statutes, policies and regulations to support the Competition in Contracting Act (CICA), cooperation and coordination with related program/project/initiative/service efforts, and overall program management successes. Prepares and presents briefings and reports to high level managers within DISA, Office of Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Staff (JS), Combatant Commanders (COCOMS), and other DoD components and comparable industry counterparts. Speaks and writes professionally with commitment and authority – to include speaking at meetings and conferences where important decisions impacting acquisition management and program management are made.

Qualifications: Project Management Professional (PMP) desired but not required. Mastery of Project Management sufficient to make decisions or recommendations significantly changing, interpreting, or developing important policies or standardized operating procedures. Desired: Knowledge of the Budget, IT Acquisition, and, Life-Cycle Replacement. Problem Solver. Excellent written and verbal communication. Desired Clearance: TS; Min Clearance: Secret
To apply, contact: SFC Dan Brown - 317-459-4983
 
 

Telecommunication Project Manager 24-6167

Air Force or Army: W-3 to W-4, O-2 to O-3

 
Length: 2 Years; Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency Activity: DISA - IE11
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: W-3, W-4, O-2, O-3

Tour Description:
Required Skills:
  • Ability to manage multi-million-dollar IT/Telecommunications projects.
  • Demonstrated ability & success leading diverse multidisciplinary technical project teams with proven results in meeting cost, schedule, and performance factors on large long-haul telecommunications projects.
  • Demonstrated success in providing customer communication and high-level informational and decision briefings.
  • Experience and strong background in requirements definition and analysis.
  • Experience applying quality precepts and managing process improvement.
  • Documented experience in acquisition of service contracting.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and conflict resolution skills.
Qualifications: Candidate must be a certified program / project manager and TS/SCI is required. Candidate must be Army skill level 51A or Air Force AFSC skill level 63A3 qualified to be selected.
To apply, contact: SFC Dan Brown - 317-459-4983
 
 

Business Management Officer 24-6161

Air Force or Army: E-7, O-3

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Meade, Maryland; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA-PEO-APEO-C
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-7, O-3
Tour Description: The incumbents(s) will initiate/support programmatic taskers, while reducing the administrative burden on the program managers by eliminating and transferring business processes. The incumbent(s) would be responsible for the integrating with and managing the PEO's equities in DCSA's governance process, conducting legislative and policy analysis, aligning the PEO's strategic focus with DCSA's and developing PEO specific performance metrics, and conducting acquisition document reviews in support of the PEO's eight programs. In addition, the incumbent(s) will support and serve as military liaison support to the PEO Military Augmentation program and its initiative to fill PEO program available positions with activated Service Members. * Civilian experience will be considered for eligibility.

Qualifications: Program Management, planning, information sharing/management, and integration. Knowledge of or familiarity with Acquisitions, Contracting, Cybersecurity, Information Technology. Applicants must provide the following documents for consideration:
  • Military Bio
  • Professional Resume
  • Last three evaluations
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Capital Planning and Investment Control Officer 24-6141

Air Force or Army: E-7 to E-9, W-1 to W-4

 

Length: 1 Year Location: Fort Meade, Maryland; Stafford, Virginia; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - OCIO
Desired Grade: E-7, E-8, E-9, W-1, W-2

Tour Description:
Lead the Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) effort on behalf of the Chief Information Officer (CIO). Defense Counterintelligence Agency (DCSA). CPIC is a decision-making process for ensuring that information technology (IT) investments support the agency's mission and business needs. The CPIC process integrates strategic planning, architecture, security, budgeting, procurement, and the management of Information Technology (IT). The Office of the CIO (OCIO) and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) are partnering to stand up a new governance board, CPIC and Resource Authority Board (CRAB), which will consist of the GG15/action officer level. This board will combine the OCIO's need to establish CPIC and OCFO's need to review and validate resource requirements. Telework 2 days per week: Office 3 days per week.

Qualifications: Applicants must provide the following documents: Military biography, professional resume, last three evaluations.
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226

 
 

Property Custodian 24-6103

Army or Air Force: E5:E6:E7:E8:O1:O2:W1:W2

 
Length: 3 Years Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency Activity: DISA-ID (Cyber PEO)
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8, W-1, W-2, O-1, O-2

Tour Description:
Performs duties as Property Custodian (PC) responsible for direct management of multi-million dollar hand receipt(s) consisting of capital and non-captial property, supporting multiple Program Mangement Offices within DISA's Cyber PEO Directorate.
  • Prepares, coordinates, and tracks property at various locations, CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Manages all supply actions using Defense Property Accounting system (DPAS) database. Equipment is typically sub-hand receipted to DISA personal.
  • Performs semi and annual inventories IAW DISA policy.
  • Initiates Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL) when applicable. Works with Accountable Property Officer (APO) to ensure 100% accountability of responsible equipment.
  • Performs actions to dispose of End of Life or decommissioned hardware through DLA's Disposition Services.
  • Provides guidance to supervisors and managers pertaining to inventory management processes and procedures.
  • Attends meetings to recommend and resolve property accountability. Handles shipping requirements within HQ DISA and regional locations.
  • Must be able to work as a member of a team with contractors, government civilians, and military to complete various property inventory related actions.
Qualifications:
Army: MOS can be expanded to include 92A or other MOS's involved with Inventory Management.
Air Force: AFSC can be expanded to other position involved with Inventory Management Background in Information technology (IT) may be useful as many Hand Receipts consist of IT Hardware.
To apply, contact: SFC Dan Brown - 317-459-4983
 
 

Content Production Specialist 24-6083

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-9, W-1 to W-2, O-2 to O-3

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - PS Front Office
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-4, E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8, E-9, O-2, O-3, W-1, W-2

Tour Description:
The Content Production Specialist will have four primary duties: Duty one will be shooting production quality video to include but limited to conducting and setting up video interviews, creating video packages, and writing packaged stories. Duty two will be shooting professional photographs to include but not limited to still photography with proper lighting, setting up an in-house studio and on-site locations. Duty three will be web-based and include but not limited to creating graphics (animated and still), providing creative input and ideas for building and maintaining the PSC intranet page, posting content, and cataloguing, tracking, and storing media products created for PS. Duty four will be administrative in nature and will include but not limited to scheduling video and photo shoots and tracking and maintaining all hardware video and photography media equipment with a value up to $20,000 as well as other duties assigned.

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Contracting Specialist 24-6081

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Meade, Maryland; Stafford, Virginia; Quantico, Virginia
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
TELEWORK Develop strategies and plans for acquiring goods, services, and equipment that align with the mission and goals of the agency. Evaluate contract requirements, specifications, and objectives. Conduct research and analysis to determine the availability of goods and services. Prepare necessary procurement documents such as Market Research, Request for Proposals (RFPs), and Invitations for Bid (IFBs). Collaborate with customer directorates and other agencies to determine the most appropriate procurement strategy. Utilize various contracting methods and agreement types to handle complex and diversified supplies, services, and equipment. Develop transition plans to shift interagency acquisitions to direct contracts when necessary. Assess the reasonableness of cost and pricing data. Provide recommendations for awards to senior management or contracting officers. Keep track of contract performance, compliance, and progress. Manage contract modifications and amendments as required. Resolve any disputes or issues with contractors to ensure contract fulfillment. Effectively manage and allocate budget resources for acquisitions. Identify and implement cost-saving measures while allocating resources efficiently. Stay updated on federal acquisition regulations, specifically the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Identify and evaluate potential risks associated with contracts. Develop plans and strategies to mitigate those risks. Maintain well-organized and accurate contract files and documentation. Prepare reports, briefings, and presentations for agency leadership and oversight bodies. Ensure all necessary documentation is complete, accurate, and submitted on time.

Qualifications: Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C) or Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification in Contracting.
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Military Aide 23-6461

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-8

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Activity: DCSA - PS Front Office
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
As the Aide-de-Camp to the Assistant Director for Personnel Security (AD/PS), DCSA; facilitate communication at multiple echelons, ensuring tasks and issues are communicated at the appropriate levels. The primary role is direct support to the Assistant Director, enabling him to make timely decisions and coordinate actions and issues across the Personnel Security Directorate and DCSA. Coordinates and communicates actions daily with front offices and offices throughout DCSA. Works with the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence Security) (OUSD(IS)), and other inter-agency organizations throughout the executive and legislative branches of the US Government. Communicates directly with General Officers/Flag Officers and members of the Senior Executive Service. Coordinates and communicates AD/PS executive issues for action in collaboration with the Personnel Security Front Office Staff and Agency Directorate staffs. Provides guidance and advice on AD/PS priorities to DCSA directorate front office staffs and Personnel Security Directorate personnel. Establishes a close working relationship with the front offices/aides/military assistants of organizations inside DCSA, DOD, and other Federal Agencies. On behalf of the AD/PS, performs detailed planning relating to a wide variety of complex communications, issues, and messaging initiatives. Personally accountable for the management of the Assistant Director's schedule. In concert with the PS Front Office staff, works to ensure the AD/PS optimizes time available to meet mission needs. Monitors the progress of assigned tasks throughout the PS Front Office. Coordinates communications and tactfully informs senior leaders of impending deadlines and AD/PS priorities. Relays AD/PS direction and tasking to the PS Front Office. Trusted agent of the AD/PS advises AD/PS on all pertinent issues. Accompanies the Assistant Director on travel and most off-site meetings. Drives the AD/PS to high priority meetings as needed. Reviews correspondence and responds as needed. Establish and contribute to a values-based military culture among Active Duty and Reserve DCSA personnel. Supervise military personnel as needed. Support Protocol office as needed; escort visiting dignitaries as needed. Additional duties as assigned. Qualifications: FO/GO front office experience preferred.

Qualifications: Not listed
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

Deputy Director CECOM G1 23-6266

Air Force or Army: O-5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Agency: Army Materiel Command Activity: CECOM
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-5

Tour Description:
Provides expert advice and guidance on human resource programs for both military and civilians. Provides human capital and strategic projects and programs requiring extensive analysis and interpretation for many different programs, processes, and methods, such as advice on revisions to existing policies and programs to meet regulatory requirements. The incumbent is committed to designing, developing, and implementing those models and guides that will attract, develop, and retain quality employees and ensure a high-performing workplace. Maintains close liaison with representatives of the Army Materiel Command, and other Federal agencies to obtain or provide information on high priority personnel projects and to ensure consideration of Agency programs, policies, and recommendations. Implements actions necessary to effect management decisions including early retirement authorities, separation incentive authorities, reduction-in-force procedures, and recruitment strategies to fill vacant positions. Advice and guidance cover the full spectrum of human resource.

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SFC Leanne Felvus-Webb - 614-397-3226
 
 

INFOSEC System Administrator 23-6261

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-8, W-1 to W-5, O-1 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Indian Head, Maryland
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Indian Head Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7, E-8, W-1, W-2, W-3, W-4, W-5, O-1, O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Information Technology duties on various platforms that consist of daily operations, to include, but not limited to:
  • Responsible for SCI secure spaces Information Technology, escorting, data calls, fiber connectivity, maintenance of hardware, account management, VTC support, and new SCI builds.
  • Interpreting and implementing DOD\DON SCIF regulations regarding any and all IT systems.
  • Will ensure SCI spaces are IT and Security compliant throughout the construction, usages and end of life.
  • Responsible for fiber and IT inventory that includes managing repairs and technical refresh and/or replacement of temporary or permanent IT equipment and media.
  • Serves as the liaison between various network owners\administrators (ONI, NMCI NIPR\SIPR, RDT&E) and Code 10 as needed for all IT matters with the SCIFs.
  • Assisting with troubleshooting IT systems and peripherals as needed.
  • Apply Cybersecurity principles, policies, and procedures to ensure information systems are secure and reliable in accordance with DOD and DON Cyber Security policies.
  • Provide advice and consultation to management on information security issues, and tasks pertaining to the Certification and Accreditation for IT systems.
  • Consults with leadership and users to translate requests into IT requirements.
Qualifications:
  • Technical knowledge/experience with IT peripherals in a Microsoft Windows enterprise environment, such as printers/scanners
  • Technical knowledge/experience with IT networking equipment (i.e. routers, switches, ethernet cabling, etc.)
  • Technical knowledge/experience deploying and maintaining IT Data Center and user facing equipment
  • Must currently hold TS\SCI Level Clearance.
  • Must be able to kneel, bend, and maneuver under desks, climb ladder and pull wires.
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Special Security Representative (SSR) 23-6259

Air Force or Army: E-5 to E-8, W-1 to W-5, O-1 to O-5

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Indian Head, Maryland
Agency: Naval Surface Warfare Center Activity: NSWC-Indian Head Division
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8, W-1, W-2, W-3, W-4, W-5, O-1, O-2, O-3, O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
SSRs are responsible for the day-to-day management and implementation of the Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) security program for all NSWC IHD SCI facilities.
  • Maintain applicable SCI directives, regulations, manuals, and guidelines to adequately discharge SSR duties and responsibilities.
  • Properly account for, control, transmit, transport, package, and safeguard SCI. Destruction of SCI by authorized means.
  • Disseminate SCI only to persons authorized access and established need to know.
  • Serve as the official channel for certifying and receiving SCI visitor clearances and accesses.
  • Provides supports (indoctrination, clearance passing/receiving, DISS and any future system, records maintenance, debriefs, etc.) for SCI indoctrinated personnel.
  • Provide support and maintenance for SCI personnel, information, physical, industrial, information technology and technical security (e.g. TEMPEST and TSCM) actions and procedures to include but not limited to:
    • Perform all aspects of the SCI Personnel Security Program to include, but not limited to, nomination interviews, validation of SCI access requirements, submission of investigative requests, conduct SCI security briefings; obtain signed non-disclosure agreements; Provide guidance and assistance for processing SCI position and eligibility request. Screen SCI contracts. Maintain records. Create and maintain databases. Knowledge of policy writing, Intelligence Oversight and Operations Security highly desired, but not required.
Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: MSgt Dennis Tallent - 317-695-1372
 
 

Senior Technical Advisor Team Member 23-6179

Air Force or Army: E-1 to E-8

 
Length: 2 years; Location: Fort Meade, Maryland
Agency: Defense Information Systems Agency Activity: DISA - DD
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Plans, directs, implements network health checks across multiple networks and programs within DISA. Serves as the lead consultant for all things network, voice, systems, cyber operations related within networks and programs assigned to work on. Plans, directs, and implements Defensive Cyberspace Operations (DCO) counter measures as part of the network health team for multiple networks and programs within DISA. Serves as the DCO advisor with a firm understanding of vulnerabilities, exploitation techniques, and adversary methodologies. Provides technical guidance to multiple programs technical staff. Serves as senior administrator for Azure Active Directory in both IL5 and IL6 environments supporting DEOS Program Office. Provides technical subject matter expertise to 4ENO for network deployments and upgrades with new technology such as Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) deployment and Microsoft Defender Enterprise (MDE), also provides PowerShell scripts for automation with network deployments and fixes. Provides written reports with recommendations for network health checks. Provides and executes technical and operational changes within networks. Reviews all design documentation within networks and programs assigned for health checks. Coordinates across operation centers and programs for network modifications and changes. For Air Force personnel, this is close to what you know as a Green Door Assignment.

Qualifications: Final TS/SCI clearance required. Expert knowledge in one or more technology fields: Route/Switch, VoIP, Cloud, Hypervisor, Containerization, AI/ML/BOTs, Server Infrastructure, etc. Must be able to work alone and within a team, in high stress environments. Must think outside of the norm and have excellent written and verbal communication.
To apply, contact: SFC Dan Brown - 317-459-4983