Employment Term: Regular
Employment Type: Full-Time
Experience: 5-7 years
Education: Bachelor Degree
Degree Field: Business, Information Security, Information Technology, Operations, Political Science
A combination of training, certifications, and relevant work experience may be considered to meet the education requirement.
Applicant is subject to government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for clearance level required for the job.
An Active DoD Secret clearance is required for this position.
Travel: CONUS & OCONUS 25%
Candidate must possess a current passport with 8 months remaining until the expiration date.
Location: Fort Meade MD
This position is located in a government office space.
Job Description and Requirements:
The Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Analyst is responsible for supporting the Department of the Navy (DON) CIP Program. The DON CIP Program plays an integral role in supporting mission assurance (MA) and complements other DON program efforts that also contribute to MA through risk management such as: Antiterrorism, Readiness, Information Assurance (IA), Continuity of Operations (COOP), Cybersecurity, Force Health Protection, Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Consequence Management (CBRN CM), and Installation Emergency Management.
The CIP Analyst is responsible for supporting US Fleet Cyber Command (FCC) and US TENTH Fleet (C10F) and program personnel with onsite client support. Provides technical and operational coordination, and support to a military headquarters entity and supports Joint Service tasks, as required. This person is responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating CIP and MA program requirements for FFC and C10F. The CIP Analyst assists in conducting reviews of military headquarters plans, policies, and directives, ensuring compliance with DoD policies and directives. Support will also consist of developing briefings, program documents, reports, and information papers on CIP and MA that assist the region in meeting its requirements.
- Serve as SME contributing to development of CIP and MA security, policy, and guidance
- Act as primary liaison between FCC/C10F and OPNAV N46 for all CIP and MA related issues
- Support the identification, prioritization, assessment, and validation of Tier-1 and Tier-2 TCAs that support FFC/C10F METs for OPLANs and CONPLANs through the Critical Asset Identification Process (CAIP)
- Support development of risk decision plans (RDPs) for Tier-1 task critical assets (TCAs) and associated infrastructure
- Facilitate the completion of MAA corrective action plans (CAP) that address findings detailed in MAA reports
- Support the identification, validation, and tracking of assets as part of the FCC/C10F CAIP
- Support the Navy CAIP through coordinating with FCC/C10F subordinate commands and developing the FCC/C10F response to OPNAV N46
- Provide support, as necessary, to all phases of the Chief of Naval Operations Mission Assurance Assessment (CNO-MAA), including providing research, and on-site support
- Support FCC/C10F in the preparation of graphical, oral, written reports, briefs, and products in support of the CIP program and MA
- Review critical asset data in the Strategic Mission Assurance Data System (SMADS) for validity and assist with validation process
- Review readiness reporting in the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) and assist with the development of mission chains
- Enter and maintain collected MAA data in NAVCAMS
- Review MAA reports for each installation with FCC/C10F equities and/or critical assets to garner an understanding of risk to critical assets and missions supported by those assets
- Assist with identifying required resources, prioritizing available internal resources, and identifying external resourcing requirements and potential sources
- Provide research and analysis using DoD Mission Assurance and Navy CIP policy and guidance
- Serve as advisor to FCC/C10F client on all CIP and MA matters
- Implement Monitoring and Reporting (M&R) to ensure relevant, timely, and actionable TCA information is available to USCYBERCOM, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), FCC/C10F, subordinate commands and units, CIP stakeholders, and asset owners
- Attend CNO MAA on-site on behalf of FCC/C10F and OPNAV N46 to perform mission decomposition as requested
- Draft briefs and information papers for internal and external use on CIP and MA topics
- Participate in Combatant Command exercises and war games and provide input on potential impacts to TCAs and associated missions
- Participate in conferences, working groups, meetings, and other events, as required
- Support the development of the OPNAV N46 War Room by providing pertinent information about the FCC/C10F and USCYBERCOM priorities
- Superb oral and written communications skills
- Excellent ability to develop narrative and presentation products, including reports, schedules, tracking tools, plans of action and milestones, briefs, and spreadsheets
- Superb research and analytical skills
- Display significant flexibility in addressing multiple client requests simultaneously
- Health, vision, and dental insurance for the employee is paid in full by RMC and dependent health care is subsidized by RMC.
- This position participates in the Annual Bonus Program.
Compliance with a drug-free work environment, U. S. Citizen, possess valid State driver’s license.
RMC is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor.
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