Offensive Cyberspace Operations Planner in Fort Meade, MD at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 5/12/2018

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Job Description

Job Number: R0026721

Offensive Cyberspace Operations Planner

Key Role:

Draft or edit Operational Plans (OPLANS), Operational Orders (OPORDs), and Fragmentary Orders (FRAGOs), participate in Joint Planning Groups (JPG) and Joint Planning Teams (JPT), develop and integrate Cyber capabilities into the client’s plans, support client action officers with planning, and remain cognizant of missions and priorities of the client. Review drafts and provide advice and assistance to the client Operational Planning Teams (OPT) and JPGs. Review plans to identify expressed or implied missions and responsibilities. Develop concepts of support, courses of action, integrate command and external capabilities, and coordinate and document comprehensive plans for the client in support of aligned Combatant Commands.


Basic Qualifications:

-10+ years of experience with military Cyberspace operations or computer network operations

-2 years of experience with offensive Cyber operations and planning or the military planning process

-Experience with how military orders are written

-Knowledge of Cyberspace capabilities availability

-Knowledge of available infrastructure or platforms

-TS/SCI clearance with a polygraph

-HS diploma or GED


Clearance:
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance with polygraph is required.

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