Mission Assurance Assessment Analyst
ICF seeks experienced individuals with a mix set of skills to support several mission areas on a large-scale DoD program in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. If you’re a person with passion and experience in any of the following areas this may the right opportunity for you: program/project management, vulnerability-based assessments, red team assessments, cyber vulnerability analysis, trend and gap analysis, training and exercises, modeling and simulation, and supporting “National Defense” objectives.
• Integrate, manage, and execute multiple simultaneous projects at varying levels of complexity.
• Support project management task execution, schedule, and costs.
• Support the performance of vulnerability-based assessments to support National Defense objectives.
• Support the performance of Red Team Assessments to support National Defense objectives.
• Perform sophisticated cyber vulnerability analysis.
• Assess risk to designated DoD missions and support remediation/mitigation efforts to include training.
• Conduct cyber vulnerability assessments with a unique suite of tools with multiple sensors.
• Assess mission survivability of U.S. and allied systems against a broad spectrum of threats focusing on critical national mission systems.
• Provide training and support to partner agencies and operations.
• Examine emerging vulnerabilities and threats.
• Perform trends and gaps analysis.
• Support training and exercise planning involving Mission Assurance Assessment activities.
• Support modeling and simulation involving Mission Assurance Assessment activities.
Additional duties may involve:
• Provide exercise planning assistance, including all logistics and administrative assistance for full scale, command post, table top type and other exercises
• Plan, coordinate, and facilitate training and exercise events utilizing real world intelligence based scenarios to validate new technologies and emerging tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP)
• Develop and conduct national-level nuclear weapon incident exercises
• Plan CBRNE consequence management exercises
• Conduct classified and unclassified training and exercises to test, validate, and improve U.S. nuclear weapon accident and incident response capabilities and consequence management policy and procedures
• Train on guard and response forces and work to enhance integration of response procedures with physical security systems
• Develop sustainable counter CBRNE capabilities domestically and internationally
• Identify and enhance domestic and international counter CBRNE partnerships through the conduct of both domestic and international training events which provide tailored and targeted counter CBRNE curriculum designed to establish and/or increase awareness of existing and potential CBRNE threats
• Assist Partner Nations (PNs) with enhancing or establishing their capacity to deter, detect, interdict, and respond to proliferation of WMDs and related materials across their borders and through their territories
• Work with partner countries to develop, test, and implement an integrated national-level response capability, especially to improve PN’s capabilities to be interoperable with U.S. response forces
• Conduct counter proliferation interdiction planning, exercises, and operational activities
• Experience performing vulnerability-based assessments for a CBRNE program.
• Experience supporting a large scale DoD program.
• Bachelor’s Degree (minimum).
• Active SECRET Clearance (minimum).
• Minimum of 8 years’ experience performing mission assurance assessments of critical mission/assets to reduce risk to DoD’s mission essential functions.
• Familiarity with DoD Mission Assurance program.
• Familiarity with Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction; Cooperative Threat Reduction Program; Nuclear Surety inspection oversight; and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High Explosive (CBRNE) programs.
We are conducting interviews for the following positions:
• Project coordinator/Senior Mission Assurance Assessor
• Mission Assurance Assessor
• Insider Threat and Vulnerability Analyst
• Training and Exercise Planner
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