The successful candidates will, in conjunction with (ICW) Chief of Plans and Exercise's, track requested support requirements with all command, control, communications, computers, and information elements in the theater Army Area of Operations (AO)
Tracks spectrum management request for support of the Reception, Staging, Onward movement and Integration (RSOI) of joint, interagency, and multinational forces in established and bare-base locations and coordinates requirements with the USARPAC Spectrum Manager..
Works with SMEs and project lead to analyze system requirements and plan patterns / development deliverables. Work with team to establish needed changes to system architecture, provide guidance to designing / implementation using test driven development. Must be detail oriented, and work well with a team.
Customer Support: Initial entry and updating of syllabi and data to include entry of business rules. Thoroughly test syllabi and meet delivery schedules. Coordinate with various stakeholders to capture unique syllabus requirements. If necessary, provide training and follow up with users.
Responsible for developing innovative system and software solutions to fulfill system requirements. Able to diagnose and resolve problems reported from operationally deployed systems and to implement and test fixes.
Responsibilities will consist of working with a team of System Engineers, Software Engineers and Test Engineering personnel for sustainment efforts of the Training Information Management System (TIMS) program.
Demonstrated experience with registering RMF documents associated with the ARNG DLCs and their related technical infrastructure in the U.S. Army Enterprise Mission Assurance Support System (eMASS), the Army Portfolio Management Solution (APMS), or other systems the Government specifies related to RMF conformance
A SECRET clearance for a Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) account to support access to classified documents and files related to Risk Management Framework (RMF) and information assurance activities for the ARNG DLP
Demonstrated knowledge of technical, contractual, and procedural requirements that allow recognizing when technical, contractual, or procedural problems are developing, and sufficient management ability to recommend appropriate and feasible corrective actions to the Government.
The candidate will be part of a high performance team that will work with Government Program Managers and a representative of the Joint Interoperability Test Center to ensure critical enterprise services continue to meet customer expectations for performance and operability following upgrades, addition of new functionality, patches, and/or implementation of STIGS and IAVAs.
Serve as the technical HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) advocate from a data collection and management perspective within the JHRM ECD in all functional areas and forums to ensure compliance with HIPAA, and the development of internal JHRM processes to minimize the risk of non-compliance.