Senior IO Planners are expected to provide expert analysis and assessment of information operations (IO), information systems, information related activities (IRC), adversarial use of information, significant or key cultural considerations that affect operational.
Maintain a Component process-oriented Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to include a monthly Current Program Assessment (currently known as the Monthly Metrics) reflecting individual Component status of program strength and review and leadership support to continuity planning, an Agency aggregate metric, and crisis management organization-focused metrics.
Contribute to the cyber exercise capability across the NCEPP stakeholder community by providing support, knowledge, and instruction in cyber security issues and their relationship to cyber exercise principles, design, development, and execution.
Provide subject matter expertise and the ability to plan, coordinate, integrate, and advocate customer objectives to ensure ISR integration with ongoing and planned COCOM operations; regularly brief high level DoD and US Government officials on current and planned operations.
Monitor progress, including program timelines, milestones, and resource usage to ensure Army ITSM program objectives are delivered on time, expected results are realized, and expected efficiencies are realized.
Conduct Test Management duties with regards to the scheduling of cyber table top exercises and follow-on assessments, including contact and follow-up with stakeholders and the test and evaluation community.
The selected candidate will leads and/or participates in the design, development, and implementation of complex system engineering activities involving cross-functional technical support, systems programming and data center capabilities. Responsible for components of highly complex engineering and/or analytical tasks and activities.