Joint Interface Control Analyst - Military veterans preferred

Amentum (
Defense Contracting


  full-time   employee   contract

United States

Amentum has an opportunity for a highly qualified Joint Interface Control Analyst to provide planning, analysis and management of the joint tactical data link network in support of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) priorities. This position is located at Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii.

We are pipelining candidates for a future role.

You would be an excellent candidate for this position if you:

    Enjoy working in a dynamic and mission focused environment
    Work independently or with a group to successfully achieve objectives
    Have experience and knowledge in Tactical Data Link Networks and USINDOPACOM theater architecture

USINDOPACOM plans, directs and supervises all aspects of military deployment and operations throughout the AOR in order to deter aggression, advance regional security cooperation, and promote peaceful development in the Indo Asia-Pacific region; and, if necessary, respond to crises. Timely and accurate reporting of information that enables Command and Control of resources throughout the theater are a critical component to USINDOPACOM's success in its assigned missions. You will provide COCOM level staff planning, analysis and technical support to collaborate and integrate USINDOPACOM's Tactical Data Links (TDLs) and Multi-Tactical Data Link Network (MTN) operations with joint services and partner nations.

Responsibilities include:

Provide analysis of the physical configuration, functional organization, and operational procedures used in the design, establishment, modification, and operation of TDL networks and associated voice networks.
Provide senior staff level support for creation, management and disposition of USINDOPACOM documents, processes and procedures related to MTN systems. Provide analysis of platform-unique network capacity requirements and incorporate into network design requests.
Support conferences and VTCs with theater component and sub-unified commands to include supporting the daily operations of USINDIPACOM J6 in its mission to provide oversight of integrated command and control (C2) systems for USINDOPACOM.
Produce briefings and meeting materials in support of COP / CTP / TDL requirements.
Produce operational & exercise documents in support of COP / CTP / TDL execution.
Assist in the development of the Commander's Information Exchange Requirements (IER).

Here at Amentum, we believe in fostering a sense of belonging. We welcome diversity, encourage growth and development, promote safety first, and believe curiosity is the spark for innovation. We take care of our employees who in turn take care of our customers, driving the success of our business.

Minimum Requirements

    At least 10 years of combined experience working with the Department of Defense (DoD)
    At least 3 years of experience in the DoD in a related field (Joint Interface Control Officer - JICO)
    Experience in planning and executing COP and Tactical Data Links (TDL) operations
    Ability to evaluate and integrate emerging COP and TDL capabilities into INDOPACOM's architectures
    Ability to evaluate and recommend COP and TDL architecture changes in order to support the Commander's Information Exchange Requirements (IERs)
    Ability to support COP and TDL equipment upgrades
    Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Power-Point, and Excel)
    Due to the nature of the work, must be a U.S. citizen
    Must have an active Secret clearance with the ability to obtain a Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility

Preferred Qualifications

    Bachelor's Degree
    At least 2 years of experience working in the USINDOPACOM AOR
    Proficiency in SharePoint
    Excellent oral and written communication skills
    Graduate of Multi-Tactical Data Link Planners Course
    Graduate of Joint Interface Control Officer Course
    Experience working on projects at multiple classification levels and compartments that require access to a SCIF
    Knowledge of USINDOPACOM Headquarters structure and processes
    Familiarity with the National Disclosure Policy (NDP), writing policy that references it, or working with security officers to clear/determine if releasable for disclosure of information to partner nations