Cyber Warfare Test Coordinator

The Challenge:

When a user tries new hardware or software, they expect it to be intuitive and run smoothly. Functionality, reliability, and user experience are key to successful software development – and that means rigorous testing. That’s why we need you, an experienced test engineer who knows how to thoroughly test software and work with developers to make sure our team releases the best solution possible. 

As a test engineer on our team, you’ll use your experience to work with other testers, developers, and engineers to evaluate software developed for US Army. You’ll build a test plan with test cases based on user stories. You’ll generate data and execute the test cases to see how the product performs, then document the results and communicate defects to the development team so they can start improving the tool. Specifically, this role will evaluate the cybersecurity aspects of the product, requiring leadership and coordination amongst the team. You’ll also broaden your experience in the Army acquisition life cycle and be part of the next generation of tactical communications.

Work with us as we develop hardware and software solutions to protect our nation's warfighters and bring the future of networked communications to the battlefield.

Join us. The world can’t wait.

You Have:

  • Experience working with National Cyber Range and other independent cyber assessment sources to develop blue team and red team assessments
  • Experience working in an Army Acquisition Program Management Office supporting test and evaluation documentation, preparations, and coordination
  • Knowledge of Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) requirements for developing Army systems with ability to identify gaps and security vulnerabilities
  • Ability to coordinate CEMA test and evaluation events, including Cyber Table Top Exercise, Cooperative Vulnerability Identification (CVI) Lab Environment, Modeling Simulations and Analysis (CCDC) Lab environment, Adversarial Cyber Developmental Test (ACDT) Lab Environment, Cooperative Vulnerability Penetration Assessment (CVPA) Field environment with unit, or Adversarial Assessment Field environment
  • Secret Clearance
  • HS diploma or GED

Nice If You Have:

  • Knowledge of current and emerging Army Tactical communications and network architectures


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

Build Your Career:

A challenging and dynamic work environment isn’t all we have to offer. When you join Booz Allen, you’ll have access to:

  • experts in virtually every field
  • a culture that focuses on supporting our employees
  • opportunities that provide stability while offering variety

You’ll also be exposed to a wealth of training resources through our Digital University, an online learning portal featuring more than 5000 functional and technical courses, certifications, and books. Build your technical skills through hands-on training on the latest tools and tech from our in-house experts. Pursuing certifications that directly impact your role? You may be able to take advantage of our tuition assistance, on-site bootcamps, certification training, academic programs, vendor relationships, and a network of professionals who can give you helpful tips. We’ll help you develop the career you want as you chart your own course for success.

We’re an EOE that empowers our people—no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic—to fearlessly drive change.


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