Join a professional team of Nuclear Command, Control & Communications (NC3) specialists supporting the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and the Joint Staff in the Washington D.C. area. Primary responsibilities include planning, developing, and conducting recurring operational assessments that are utilized in determining the operational capabilities of the NC3 System. Coordinate assessment events with DISA, National Military Command System (NMCS) Command Centers, Nuclear Forces, Relay Nodes, Support Facilities, and other U.S. Government Agencies. Perform as an observer and data collector during operational assessment/communication systems exercises. Develop operational assessment briefings, planning materials, and results reports. Perform operational assessment analysis on assigned primary and secondary NC3 System objectives. Conduct technical reviews of operational assessment briefs, planning materials, and results reports.
U.S. Citizenship is required.Required Skills:
5+ years of experience in the assessment of communications systems with emphasis on systems that support NC3 operations
Joint Nuclear Operations experience
NC3 System and network experience that includes: Worldwide Secure Voice Conferencing System (WWSVCS), Missile Warning Teletype (MWTTY), Defense Injection/Reception EAM Command and Control Terminal (DIRECT), Enhanced Pentagon Capability (EPC), Survivable Emergency Conferencing Network (SECN), and Nuclear Planning and Execution System (NPES)
U.S, Citizen with current/existing DoD Top Secret SCI security clearanceDesired Skills:
Combatant Command experience with a thorough understanding of concept of operations
Familiarity with exercise evaluation and after action review processes
Familiarity with Very Low Frequency (VLF)/Low frequency (LF), High frequency (HF), Ultra High frequency (UHF), Super High Frequency (SHF), Extremely High Frequency (EHF), hardened fiber, and landline NC3 domain systems and networks.
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Ability to develop and present technical briefings at the major staff level
Familiarity with references A, B, C, D and E*Required Education:
Bachelor’s Degree in Management, Engineering or other related degree
*Reference A: Emergency Action Procedures of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (EAP-CJCS) Volume I “General”
Reference B: EAP-CJCS Volume VI “Emergency Conferences”
Reference C: EAP-CJCS Volume VII “EAM Dissemination”
Reference D: EAP-CJCS Volume VIIA “Nuclear Execution Reporting Plan”
Reference E: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Operations Order (OPORD) 2-16 “National Military Command System (NMCS) Survivable Mobile Command Center (SMCC) Operations”
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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Relocation Eligible: No
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