Cyberspace Response Assessment Instructor - Content Developer - Military veterans preferred

2019-01-11
SAIC (www.saic.com)
Human Resources

/yr

  full-time   employee


Fort Gordon
Georgia
30905
United States

Description

Job Description:

 

  • The Army recently established the Cyber School under the CCoE to train the new Cyber Branch/Career Field 17, which includes courses for MOS 17A, 170A, and 17C.
  • Army Cyber School training includes Career Field 17’s (Cyber Operations) Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC), Captain’s Career Course (CCC), Operations Officer Course (OOC), Advanced Individual Training (AIT), Advanced Leader Course (ALC), Senior Leader Course (SLC), Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC), Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC), and other Cyberspace Operations courses as determined by the Army Cyber Commandant.
  • The majority of these courses consist of technical cyber training validated by USCYBERCOM J7, DoD CIO, and the NSA.

Job Responsibilities:

 

  • The candidate shall provide instructional support and training development for the Cyber School.
  • Personnel supporting the school shall assist and support the CCoE personnel and shall utilize and develop all training related products IAW all applicable regulations and SOPs (i.e. TRADOC REG 350-70 with appendixes).
  • Instructors will facilitate adult learning through modern training techniques and methodologies and assist in developing Cyberspace Operations (CO) curriculum.
  • The Cyber Common Technical Core (CCTC) course embraces the adult learning concept by creating an environment that is approximately 80% hands-on and 20% knowledge-based instruction.

 

Qualifications

BS and 13 years of experience.  4 additional years of experience in lieu of degree.

• Possess a final TS/SCI

• Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

• Possess the ability to create and tailor rapidly deployable, and repeatable, infrastructure and virtual hosts within the Cyber School Training Network (CSTN) OpenStack cloud cluster. 

• Possess and maintain all required training as stated throughout this PWS.
• 3-5 years’ experience operating Windows and Unix Operating Systems
• Must have networking expertise and experience equivalent to the Offensive Security Certified Professional, (OSCP) or GPEN, or LPT.
• Must understand networking from both the theoretical & practical perspectives
• Must be proficient with reading and understanding Requests for Comment (RFC)
• Must be proficient with taking an RFC for a networking protocol and creating a compliant implementation from scratch
• Must be proficient in Python
• Must understand Software Defined Networking (SDN)
• Must have experience in instructing the aforementioned topics
• Must be proficient with networking exploitation without the assistance of toolkits
• Must be proficient with reverse engineering patches to discover the original vulnerabilities
• Must have experience in OpenStack or other cloud technology operations and support
• Must be proficient in Virtualization
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Defensive Cyberspace Operations
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience Computer and network forensics, Incident response, Threat hunt operations and Vulnerability assessment
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Offensive Cyberspace Operations, Remediation procedures, Network enumeration, and Vulnerability assessment
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Cyberspace maneuver, Attack methodology, Capability development and DoD Rules of engagement
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Programming
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Reverse engineering
• Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Cyberspace planning
• Must have 1-2 years’ experience or understanding of Title 10 versus title 50
• Possess skills/knowledge of performing office automation work that includes word processing, electronic mail, spreadsheets, presentations, and other personal computer applications; typing a variety of materials from rough draft into final form including narrative and tabular material, e.g., correspondence, reports, and forms; maintaining records, historical records, survey results, reference library of training catalogs, regulations and other miscellaneous publications; establishing and maintaining office functional files and reference files; knowledge management applications e.g., SharePoint, Army training requirements and resources system (ATRRS), and Blackboard.
• Graduated the Support Cadre Training Course (SCTC) and either the Army Basic Instructor Course (ABIC) or the Foundation Instructor Facilitator Course (FIFC).