MOSAIC Technologies Group is seeking an Cyber Operations Training & Exercise Integration support a new program in the Hampton Roads, VA area.

Position Description: 

  • Support the advocacy and establishment of policy and guidance for operations training devices/simulators, Cyberspace Live Virtual Constructive (LVC)/Distributed Mission Operations (DMO), and support Simulator Certification (SIMCERT) programs to ensure training devices support accurate and credible training.
  • Support, and coordinate with AF Inspection Systems Functional Area Managers (FAMs) for Cyberspace/ISR training, standardization, and evaluation programs.
  • Support the development, review, preparation, and coordination of cyberspace operations instructions, technical orders, policy and guidance, Air Force Instructions (AFIs), and tactical manuals in coordination with all personnel within this PWS.
  • Support GFM activities by reviewing, coordinating, and preparing SORTS and DRRS reports, development and management of UTCs, DOC statements, METS, GFMAP and associated DEPORDs, and other GFM activities as required.
  • Assist with the management of training, health, and manning of cyberspace career field.
  • Support financial management efforts for PPBE of cyberspace/ISR operations requirements.
  • Support resource management of cyberspace capabilities and sustainment.
  • Support establishment of standards, tasks, and formal training requirements for both operations and maintenance (O&M).
  • Support cyberspace operations, training, exercises, and conferences, including but not limited to Weapons and Tactics Conference (WEPTAC), Weapons School, and flag events.
  • Review and recommend updates to Attack Sensing and Warning (AS&W) and Indications and Warning (I&W) TTPs.
  • Support HQ Crisis Action Team in support of (ISO) real/exercise cyberspace events and Emergency Action Messages.
  • Support cyberspace operations integration.
  • Support the development, and employment of Cyberspace weapon systems, programs, and capabilities.
  • Support the development of cyberspace range policy/sustainment and integration into DoD training ranges.
  • Support the development of cyberspace academic training and provide assistance for detailed oversight of training by documenting training deficiencies and providing recommended solutions.
  • Support the development, and management of ACC’s Organize, Train, and Equip functions.
  • Support GFM activities by reviewing, coordinating, and preparing SORTS and DRRS reports, development and management of UTCs, DOC statements, METS, GFMAP and associated DEPORDs, and other GFM activities as required.
  • Support the development, coordination, and preparation of Cyberspace staff taskings, CONOPs, CONEMPs, Enabling concepts, Roadmaps, Contingency Plans, and Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs).

 

Minimum Requirements: 

  • Must possess Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Minimum of four (4) years experience developing USG or corporate sustainment and execution plans.
  • Minimum of one (1) year experience coordinating USG or corporate training program(s), policy/governance, and financial strategies.
  • Minimum of one (1) year experience in network security/network management
  • Minimum of one (1) year experience in conducting cyber operations either defensive cyber operations (DCO) and Offensive Cyber Operations (OCO)
  • Previous Instructor Experience in the development, and delivery of training to Cyber Operators that are executing missions for the Cyber Mission Force
  • Previous Evaluator Experience in evaluating Cyber Operators gaining qualification on specific Crew Positions either in Defensive Cyber Operations and or Offensive Cyber operations
  • Previous Experience in the development and the execution of a governance instruction in order to provide repeatable governance and policies to operational and tactical level units.
  • Knowledge of United States Government (USG) cyberspace training principles, directives, methodologies, and approaches used in developing, managing, and conducting cyberspace policy and guidance.
  • Knowledge of USG principles, methodologies, and approaches used in Resource Management, Budgeting, and Acquisitions that support cyberspace requirements.
  • Knowledge of a full range of USG cyberspace operations principles, directives, methodologies, and approaches used in developing, operating, managing, and maintaining services and capabilities that support functional requirements.
  • Possess SECRET Clearance.

Full-Time employees have a choice of 3 different medical plans, 1 medical supplement plan, 2 different dental plans and vision coverage. All plans are ala carte, so you can choose what fits for you and your family.

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
  • 401(k) Matching Program
  • 11 Paid Holidays 
  • Paid Time off (PTO)
  • Short-Term Disability and Long-Term Disability paid for by MOSAIC
  • Term Life Insurance 
  • Training and Career Development Reimbursement Opportunities
  • Referral Incentive Program

 At MOSAIC Technologies Group each team member is a key player.  MOSAIC provides consulting and technical services to Government and commercial clients in the areas of management, mission and technology. We know the value of our talent, and we work to provide challenging opportunities for each member that will cultivate careers as well as develop people.  Our familial environment, competitive salary and benefits are a few of the ways that we take care of our people.  If you believe in supporting your community, growing your career and working with committed colleagues then join us. MOSAIC wants you in the family.

MOSAIC is an EEO/Affirmative action employer and is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. 

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