Identity Operations Manager

2018-07-08
Raytheon (www.raytheon.com)
Other

/yr

  full-time   employee


Tampa
Florida
United States

Raytheon is currently seeking individual(s) to serve as an Identity Operations Manager (IOM) in support of a customer program at:

SOCAF, Stuttgart, GermanyIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)2
SOCCENT, MacDill AFB, TAMPA, FLIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)2
SOCEUR, Stuttgart, GermanyIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)2
SOCPAC, Pearl Harbor, HIIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)1
SOCSOUTH, Miami, FLIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)2
SOCKOR, Seoul, KoreaIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)1
SOCNORTH, Peterson AFB, Colorado Springs, COIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)2
NATO SOF HQ (NSHQ), Mons, BelgiumIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)1
NATO SHAPE HQ, Mons, BelgiumIOM (TSOC & NSHQ Level)1


U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance as of day one of employment.

** This is a full time position.

Responsibilities:

Serve as a subject matter expert (SME) on all Identity Operations (IO) matters for the supported command.

Develop Concept of Operations (CONOPS) and conduct operational planning and coordination to fully develop and implement the IO objectives

Support development and implementation of IO policy?s, regulations, guidance, and orders

Develop and incorporate IO into AOR JCET?s, missions and activities

Produce pre and post mission site exploitation (SE) analysis, intelligence summaries, after action reviews and other products to support SE plans and operations

Assist with development, management, and planning for employment of IO capabilities and supporting programs, software, TTPs, and tools

Coordinate with SOCOM?s SE Field Service Technicians (FST) for technical support to Command elements prior to deployment to AOR

Coordinate with DOD and Non-DOD Agencies and partners to synchronize IO efforts

Provide expertise in the operational employment and maintenance of all currently fielded biometrics and forensics equipment

Present written products and briefings to executive-level audiences and leaders

Develop and present plans of instruction (POI) and other training materials; coordinate training requirements, schedules, and materials across multiple commands and services

When applicable, serve as the lead IOM with responsibility for one or more subordinate IOMs; provide traditional supervision for highly experienced personnel who require little to no guidance or direction in the course of their daily activities

Required Skills:
"Interested candidates should submit a tailored resume focused on the required and desired qualifications for this position. Resumes that are not tailored to the required and desired skills will not be considered.?

U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position needs an active U.S. Security Clearance (TS and SCI eligibility) as of day one of employment
Bachelor?s degree and 6 years in intelligence or computer science related fields (relevant work experience may be substituted in lieu of degree)

6 years of experience conducting and or supporting SOF operations and or related intelligence missions and activities

3+ years of recent experience working at one or more of the following; USSOCOM HQ or subordinate command, GCC HQ, TSOC, DoD Service SOF component HQ, DoD Joint/Service Staff, or Joint Task Force HQ

2+ years of recent experience with responsibility for coordination, planning and or employment of biometrics, forensics or cellular/media exploitation systems, architectures or tools

Staff operations and or intelligence planning experience at Brigade and above level

Demonstrated experience applying the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP) and Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB)


Experience or aptitude to learn technical information collection equipment

Experience with web-based applications, Microsoft Office and Google Earth

Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and be able to provide a sample of written materials.

Must work well both individually and in a team environment and be able to travel independently and operate for extended periods without direct supervision

Be physically fit and able to operate in austere environments while wearing body armor and carrying additional equipment

Must receive satisfactory initial employee appraisal for continued employment

***Each IOM shall be required to travel to USSOCOM, TAMPA, FL for two weeks of initial orientation and training prior to initiation of duties on this effort. Five days of annual reorientation training is required in TAMPA, FL for each option year thereafter.

Desired Skills:

Recent forensic collection experience including cell phone and computer data extraction

Recent operational experience with latent print collection, iris scanning, and facial recognition

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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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