Information Operations Specialist

Key Role:

Leverage information operations (IO) based research, analysis, and planning experience at the theater service component level to support and protect US national interests. Synchronize and integrate information-related capabilities (IRCs) into activities. Liaise with functional IO experts and leverage all-source intelligence to examine, analyze, and recommend the most effective methods of operational IO support for planning, integration, and coordination of the Joint US or combined multi-national operations, actions, and investments. Research, analyze, and assess the operational effects of IRCs. Apply expertise to evaluate current operational plans and make recommendations regarding strategies to mitigate risks in accordance with operational performance metrics and gap analysis. This position requires occasional travel.

Basic Qualifications:

-8+ years of experience in the Pacific Theater

-5+ years of experience with IO or military information support operations (MISO) at Combatant Command or Army Service Component Command level

-2+ years of experience in a Joint environment

-Experience with the five stages of the Joint Event Life Cycle (JELC)

-Ability to operate Windows, Microsoft Office Suite

-Ability to communicate effectively, through verbal, listening and writing skills

-Ability to travel intermittently

-TS/SCI clearance

-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with influence campaign or civil military operations planning

-Knowledge of the Joint Operational Planning Process (JOPP) or service equivalent

-Knowledge of the Intelligence process

-Knowledge of Pacific Pathways and exercise planning

-Knowledge of C-sUAS, C-IED and EOD plans, country plans, policies or training

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 is required.

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