Job ID: 347

Two Six Technologies is searching for a OIE Solutions Architect

Are you experienced planning, conducting, and assessing Operations in the Information Environment (OIE)? Are you passionate about leveraging cutting edge technology and techniques to advance U.S. military interests in the global information space?

Can you conceptualize and communicate solutions to customer requirements and guide them from ideation to implementation?

Do you enjoy solving complex problems by linking capabilities and resources?

Then we’d like to talk to you.

Two Six Technologies leverages the most cutting edge methodologies and technical solutions to deliver real results to customers. You will never be asked to sell ‘smoke and mirrors’, meaningless metrics, or solutions that do not get after the problem. We’re passionate about our customers, our technology, and our ability to advance the customer’s mission - period.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Identify opportunities to apply Two Six Technologies’ solutions to USMC OIE problem sets and expand existing Two Six Technologies USMC efforts.
  • Work side-by-side with the customer to understand mission requirements and drive data collection, analysis, and visualization of data to gain a better understanding of the information environment
  • Leverage extant knowledge of priorities, processes, personalities, and trends to work with the 
  • customer in order to design and implement operational solutions.
  • Conceptualize and communicate the solution to customers and to your Two Six colleagues.
  • Cultivate operational success and relationships to grow Two Six Technologies work across DoD, USG, and Commercial spaces.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Significant experience/familiarity with the U.S. Marine Corps and Department of Defense - its organizations, policies, and processes.
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in OIE planning, execution, and assessment with a specialty in IO, PSYOP, Civil Affairs, Intelligence, or Special Operations, 
  • A high level of technical proficiency and familiarity with the tools and techniques employed in the fields listed above.
  • Demonstrated collaborative, leadership, and interpersonal skills to build teams, forge consensus, and implement solutions.
  • Familiarity with how the Marine Corps and DoD competes and awards contracts

Nice If You Have:

  • Experience with data analysis tools such as Pulse, Kibana, R, Gephi or similar analytical tools
  • Experience with Social Media platforms. 
  • Gifted storyteller adept at visualizing data in a way that intuitively informs and drives decisions.  

Clearance Requirements:

  • Active TS/SCI clearance 

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