Strategy, policy and doctrine will be an important element of this support. The successful candidate will be an individual who meets the contractual requirements for a Cyberspace Policy Analyst II and has the requisite skills and abilities to:
- – Plan, organize, and recommend necessary policies, regulations, directives, programs, doctrine, and procedures for the C2 of the CNMF and anticipated changes to those artifacts.
- – Draft plans and assisting in the development of CONOPS required for C2 of the CNMF.
- – Develop white papers, compliance reports, and assessment reports in support of a activities for defining strategy, policy, and doctrine.
- – Organize, coordinate, and participate in working groups and other workshop-type of events.
- – Develop and conduct update briefs, presentations, and papers to leadership to ensure situational awareness and status are conveyed related to the assigned project areas.
All Cyberspace Policy Analyst II personnel should also possess the following skills and abilities:
- – Conducts research, analysis, development, and coordination of strategy, policy, and doctrine for cyberspace operations at the national, DOD, Service, and Command level
- – Provides technical expertise on executive-level projects, analyzes, assesses, and develops future strategies, policies, and doctrines governing cyberspace operations
- – Supports interagency and coalition policy formulations on cyberspace issues, ensuring authorities, concerns, and equities are accurately represented
- – Maintains awareness of and reports significant cyber-related policy issues
- – Provides concise, actionable communications to senior officials, both written and orally
- – Performs analysis and critical thinking, assesses programmatic issues, conducts risk analysis, and proposes innovative and achievable solutions
- – Possesses an in-depth understanding and knowledge of existing joint cyberspace policies
- – Conducts research, analysis, development, and coordination of strategy, policy, and doctrine for cyberspace operations with no guidance
- – Exhibits ability to publicly present policy, doctrine, and strategy concepts in a training environment
- – Plans and prepares for substantive interactions with researchers and policy makers and provides background support and current status of activities for documents and presentations
- – Provides substantive content for the development of reports and briefings on policy, strategy, and doctrine activities
- – Provides substantive content for policy formulations on cyberspace issues
- – Minimum 10 years of experience as a Cyberspace Policy Analyst or related functional area
- – Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Computer Engineering, or related discipline
- – Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Excellent communications skills.
- – Strong analytical and problem solving skills
An ACTIVE security clearance is required: TS/SCI with Polygraph:
- Do you have a Public Trust Clearance (Y/N)?
- Do you have a Secret Clearance (Y/N)?
- Do you have a Top Secret Clearance (Y/N)?
- Do you have a Top Secret Clearance with SCI (Sensitive Compartmented Information)?
- Do you have a TS (Top secret) /TSI with Counter intelligence polygraph?
- Do you have a TS/SCI w/ Full scope polygraph?
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