Cyber Cloud Technologies LLC

  • Cyberspace Training Specialist II

    Job Locations US-MD-Fort Meade
    Posted Date 7 months ago(1/2/2018 9:13 AM)
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    Assesses effectiveness of training to ensure training meets objectives and joint standards and Contributes substantive content to the development and maintenance of joint standards for training.


    • Assist in evaluating training objectives
    • Determines revisions for course materials
    • Assesses courses for equivalency
    • Assists in maintaining joint training standards
    • Assists in assessing readiness for cyberspace forces for conducting cyberspace operations
    • Participates in the planning and scheduling of training and exercise events and observation activities
    • Develops requirements for collective training and exercise events
    • Assists in identifying and tracking observations and lessons learned from training and exercise events both internally to USCYBERCOM and across the Joint Force for resolution
    • Assists in assessing training initiatives, identifying shortfalls, and developing mitigation strategies
    • Contributes substantive content to the development of Readiness Reports
    • Contributes substantive content to the development and maintenance of Training Curriculums, Schedules, Joint Cyber Training and Certification Standards, Training and Readiness Manual, and other training documentation and guidance


    Active TS/SCI w/Poly


    • Minimum five years of training experience
    • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university
    • Strong attention to detail and organizational skills. Excellent communications skills.
    • Strong analytical and problem solving skills


    Desired Qualifications:

    • Knowledge of DoD Cyber Strategy and USCYBERCOM Mission
    • Working knowledge of Joint military organizational structure (J1, J2, J3, etc.)
    • Strong understanding of Joint Staff policies and procedures process
    • Understanding of working with classified materials, classification markings, and use of organizational classification guides



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