S4 Inc.
  • 8 NE Executive Park Ste 180, Burlington, MA 01803, United States
  • www.s4inc.com

S4 Inc. has an abiding commitment to the people and organizations that we support and with whom we work.

Founded in 1999, S4 Inc. is a professional services and consulting firm catering to the US Government, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security and private entities. Our employees range from help desk support engineers to research scientists to strategic communicators. And while we have varied skills, we all have the same beliefs and values – values that carry through in everything we do for our clients.

We believe in “clientship” – a deep interest in delivering performance excellence that maximizes the return to internal and external customers, while providing the highest levels of ethics, honesty, integrity and trust.

Our loyalty to employees is paramount and enduring. It requires us to ensure their personal and professional well-being through our respect, the dignity we accord them, and the provision of an environment in which people enjoy what they do.

May 17, 2018
Job Title:  15036 Intelligence Analyst Location:  Offutt AFB, NE Education:  Bachelor's Degree desired or 5 years work experience in lieu of degree Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Please note that you must be a US citizen to apply to this job listing Travel:   Occasional Requisition:  S4 NE17028 CLC: Intelligence Analyst   In accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Unified Command Plan (UCP), the United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) is responsible for intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, information operations, space, integrated missile defense, counter proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), nuclear planning, and global strike resources worldwide. As a joint combatant command, USSTRATCOM directly and indirectly provides support to Command, Service, and Agency (C/S/A) elements and organizations. To accomplish these functions, the Commander USSTRATCOM, (CDRUSSTRATCOM) manages relevant peacetime engagement and threat reduction efforts. Provide support to the Government in creating, maintaining, and enhancing the ability to provide intelligence support to command planning and to plan intelligence operations by supporting Intelligence Planning (IP) for (1) Deterrence, Assurance, and Strategic Operations against regional actors, (2) Functional Space Planning, (3) Functional Cyber Planning, (4) Strategic Intel Campaign Planning.   Job Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM J2 with the following duties: Provide Intelligence Planning Support (IPS) to the Command's contingency and campaign planning efforts, the IP process, and related planning support efforts. Work closely with USSTRATCOM J2, the Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC), J3, J5, the Intelligence Community (IC), Combat Support Agencies (CSAs), Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Plans and Exercises (PLEX), Joint Staff J25, and OUSD (I) in providing intelligence support to USSTRATCOM planning efforts. Provide support to development of Production Requirements Matrices (PRMx)/Collection Requirements Matrices (CRMx), Annex Bs; the coordination of Functional Support Plans (FSPs) and National Intelligence Support Plans (NISPs); and participation in In-Progress Reviews (IPRs), Initial, Mid, and Final Planning Conferences, Operational Planning Teams, and Joint Planning Groups, and IP Teams. Support Operations Plan (OPLAN), Contingency Plan (CONPLAN), Warning Order (WARNORD), Operations Order (OPORD) and Concepts of Operation (CONOPs) development and coordinate IP, intelligence requirements review, extraction, consolidation, analysis/assessments, inputs, integration, and tracking. Support USSTRATCOM J2 IP and related issues, and perform detailed research, studies, analyses, and review of operational concepts. Support the development of measures of effectiveness and measures of performance for intelligence tasks and functions; alignment of tasks and functions to campaign and OPLAN objectives and effects; and the crafting of priority intelligence requirements capturing the information necessary to evaluate effectiveness. Assimilate and de-conflict collected data to ensure information accuracy and ease of access to all authorized personnel.   Requisite Personnel Qualifications: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess five (5) years knowledge and experience with providing IPS to the Command's contingency and campaign planning efforts, the IP process, and related planning support efforts. Minimum five (5) years knowledge and experience working closely with USSTRATCOM and the Intelligence Community (IC), Combat Support Agencies (CSAs), Joint Staff, and Office Under Secretary of Defense Intelligence (OUSD (I)) in providing intelligence support to USSTRATCOM planning efforts. Possess five (5) years knowledge and experience with developing Production Requirements Matrices (PRMx)/Collection Requirements Matrices (CRMx), Annex Bs; the coordination of Functional Support Plans (FSPs) and National Intelligence Support Plans (NISPs); and participation in In-Progress Reviews (IPRs), Initial, Mid, and Final Planning Conferences, Operational Planning Teams, and Joint Planning Groups, and Intel Planning Teams. Possess five (5) years knowledge and experience with supporting OPLAN, CONPLAN, WARNORD, OPORD and CONOPs development and coordinate IP, intelligence requirements review, extraction, consolidation, analysis/assessments, inputs, integration, and tracking. Possess five (5) years knowledge and experience supporting USSTRATCOM J2 IP and related issues, and perform detailed research, studies, analyses, and review of operational concepts.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history and requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times. If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran who is unable or limited in your ability to use or access http://s4inc.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php   to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at  accommodation@s4inc.com  for an accommodation to this process. . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/238194-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE 68113, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Counterintelligence Functional Support SME Work Location:  USSTRATCOM, Building 500, Offutt AFB, NE; USSTRATCOM C2F (under construction), Offutt AFB, NE Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  5 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  NE18076 LCAT:  Counterintelligence Functional Support SME   Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. Qualification as a current or former credentialed CI Special Agent and at least 5-years' experience with CI doctrine, TTP supporting military operations, coordination, integration, and de-conflicting of joint CI equities within Joint Staff and Combatant Command Areas of Responsibility (AOR). At least 5-years' experience providing CI expertise, staff assistance, and recommendations supporting CI input into operational plans, contingency plans, exercises and/or military operations. Intricate understanding of the IC, with specific emphasis on the activities, responsibilities, and missions of the military department CI organizations (MDCO) and/or DIA counterintelligence Experience serving as a CI staff officer within an MDCO, DoD Agency, or Combatant Command Possess an active/current Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235920-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Senior Counterintelligence Analyst Work Location:  USSTRATCOM, Building 500, Offutt AFB, NE; USSTRATCOM C2F (under construction), Offutt AFB, NE Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  12 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number: NE18075 LCAT:  Senior Counterintelligence Analyst   Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. Demonstrate strong intelligence research and analysis skills, including knowledge of and ability to apply Intelligence Community analytic tradecraft. Possess experience authoring complex search queries in IC databases, such as WISE, M3, Palantir, Next Generation Trident (NGT), or TAC. Strongly desired/recommended training includes Defense Intelligence Senior Analytic Program (DISAP), Intelligence Community Advanced Analysis Program (ICAAP), DIA PACE, Certified DoD All-Source Analyst (CDASA) certification, or other IC equivalent analyst-qualifying coursework. Possess one or more of the following areas: Demonstrated specialized training and/or experience, capable of assessing FIE threats to: (1) DoD space operations; (2) nuclear operations and nuclear command, control, and communications (NC3); (3) integrated missile defense (IMD); and (4) through cyberspace to the aforementioned mission equities. Specialized training on the organizations, capabilities, and tradecraft used by different foreign intelligence services. These SMEs shall possess qualifying training, specifically country threat seminars offered by JCITA, or equivalent offered by another IC organization. Possess strong analytic writing skills and the ability to synthesize large quantities of complex data and logically and clearly convey analytic findings whether in concise executive correspondence for senior decision makers, or comprehensive (10-15 page) special assessments for technical or operational customers. At least twelve (12) years of experience performing all-source intelligence analysis in the Intelligence Community, and have a demonstrable extended track record of authoring intelligence products released through IC dissemination processes. Possess an active/current Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235907-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Counterintelligence Collection Strategy Support SME Work Location:  USSTRATCOM, Building 500, Offutt AFB, NE; USSTRATCOM C2F (under construction), Offutt AFB, NE Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  8 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  NE18074 LCAT:  Counterintelligence Collection Strategy Support SME     Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. DoD training in collection requirements management and at least eight (8) years' experience directly related to DoD intelligence collection requirements management. Possess an active/current Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235894-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Senior Counterintelligence Analyst Liaison to FBI Work Location:  Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) HQ, Washington, D.C. Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  12 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  NE18073 LCAT:  Senior Counterintelligence Analyst Liaison to FBI   Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. Demonstrate strong intelligence research and analysis skills, including knowledge of and ability to apply Intelligence Community analytic tradecraft. Possess experience authoring complex search queries in IC databases, such as WISE, M3, Palantir, Next Generation Trident (NGT), or TAC. Strongly desired/recommended training includes Defense Intelligence Senior Analytic Program (DISAP), Intelligence Community Advanced Analysis Program (ICAAP), DIA PACE, Certified DoD All-Source Analyst (CDASA) certification, or other IC equivalent analyst-qualifying coursework. Possess one or more of the following areas: Demonstrated specialized training and/or experience, capable of assessing FIE threats to: (1) DoD space operations; (2) nuclear operations and nuclear command, control, and communications (NC3); (3) integrated missile defense (IMD); and (4) through cyberspace to the aforementioned mission equities. Specialized training on the organizations, capabilities, and tradecraft used by different foreign intelligence services. These SMEs shall possess qualifying training, specifically country threat seminars offered by JCITA, or equivalent offered by another IC organization. Possess strong analytic writing skills and the ability to synthesize large quantities of complex data and logically and clearly convey analytic findings whether in concise executive correspondence for senior decision makers, or comprehensive (10-15 page) special assessments for technical or operational customers. At least twelve (12) years of experience performing all-source intelligence analysis in the Intelligence Community, and have a demonstrable extended track record of authoring intelligence products released through IC dissemination processes. Possess deep (at least 5 years on specific target/topic) and current (within past year) expertise in USSTRATCOM missions, organization, exercises, and the primary FIE threats to NC3 and associated equities. Must also be skilled in coordination and collaboration with analytic SMEs in other IC organizations. Possess active/current Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com .   For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235891-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Counterintelligence Analyst Mid-level Work Location:  USSTRATCOM, Building 500, Offutt AFB, NE; USSTRATCOM C2F (under construction), Offutt AFB, NE Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  8 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  NE18072 LCAT:  Counterintelligence Analyst Mid-level     Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. Demonstrate strong intelligence research and analysis skills, including knowledge of and ability to apply Intelligence Community analytic tradecraft. Possess experience authoring complex search queries in IC databases, such as WISE, M3, Palantir, Next Generation Trident (NGT), or TAC. Strongly desired/recommended training includes Defense Intelligence Senior Analytic Program (DISAP), Intelligence Community Advanced Analysis Program (ICAAP), DIA PACE, Certified DoD All-Source Analyst (CDASA) certification, or other IC equivalent analyst-qualifying coursework. Possess one or more of the following areas: Demonstrated specialized training and/or experience, capable of assessing FIE threats to: (1) DoD space operations; (2) nuclear operations and nuclear command, control, and communications (NC3); (3) integrated missile defense (IMD); and (4) through cyberspace to the aforementioned mission equities. Specialized training on the organizations, capabilities, and tradecraft used by different foreign intelligence services. These SMEs shall possess qualifying training, specifically country threat seminars offered by JCITA, or equivalent offered by another IC organization. Possess strong analytic writing skills and the ability to synthesize large quantities of complex data and logically and clearly convey analytic findings whether in concise executive correspondence for senior decision makers, or comprehensive (10-15 page) special assessments for technical or operational customers. Have at least eight (8) years' experience performing all-source intelligence analysis in the IC, and have authored or co-authored intelligence products released through IC dissemination processes. Possess an active/current Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com .   For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235890-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Counterintelligence Operations Support SME Work Location:  USSTRATCOM, Building 500, Offutt AFB, NE; USSTRATCOM C2F (under construction), Offutt AFB, NE; Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) HQ, Washington, D.C. Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  12 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  NE18071 LCAT:  Counterintelligence Operations Support SME   Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. Have qualification as a current or former credentialed CI Agent with at least twelve (12) years' experience: planning, directing, or executing CI investigations; developing and validating OFCO requirements; or planning, managing, or executing OFCO. Possess an intricate understanding of the US Intelligence Community (USIC), with specific emphasis on the activities, responsibilities and missions of the military service CI organizations or DIA counterintelligence. Possess a current/active Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235886-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 11, 2018
Job Title:  18034 Counterintelligence Analyst Junior-level Work Location:  USSTRATCOM, Building 500, Offutt AFB, NE; USSTRATCOM C2F (under construction), Offutt AFB, NE Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Please note that you must be a US citizen to apply to this job posting Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's degree highly desired Experience:  3 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  NE18070 LCAT:  Counterintelligence Analyst JR   Overview:  The USSTRATCOM mission is to deter strategic attack and employ forces, as directed, to guarantee the security of our nation and our allies. USSTRATCOM's campaign sets conditions across the globe as the ultimate guarantor of national and allied security. USSTRATCOM's forces and capabilities underpin and enable all other Joint Force operations. The USSTRATCOM J2X mission is to coordinate, synchronize, leverage, and de-conflict all counterintelligence (CI) and human intelligence (HUMINT) activities supporting or affecting USSTRATCOM. USSTRATCOM J2X requires subject-matter expert (SME) support to provide timely, responsive, thorough, accurate, and insightful studies, analyses, evaluations, and professional support services.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM/J2X with a variety of tasks to include the following: Develop CI analysis products as defined by Department of Defense Instruction (DoDI) 5240.18,  Counterintelligence Analysis and Production , including name checks, CI functional support, collection support, coordination/review, current intelligence, executive internal management correspondence, report evaluations, investigative support analysis, operations support analysis, and informal responses. Assist in developing collection requirements and associated support products tailored for open source intelligence (OSINT), signals intelligence (SIGINT), HUMINT, and CI collectors in accordance with proponent format and content guidance for each discipline. Conduct research of Publicly Available Information (PAI), using only authorized means and capabilities, as established by the J2 Directorate and J2X Division, while maintaining strict adherence to established Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs). Review analytic findings produced by IC or other mission partners (known as formal coordination, or collaboration) and provide substantive comment, as appropriate, on analytic tradecraft sufficiency. Develop evaluation and feedback of serialized IC reporting in order to aid in source validation and retasking and inform collectors of the value of collected information to USSTRATCOM. Conduct all-source intelligence research to discover information and insights of J2X concern to USSTRATCOM. Inform the Government of urgent and important CI information, such as threat indications and warning (I&W) or similar time-sensitive information, and, when requested by the Government, shall use unit processes to assess, characterize, and disseminate the information to USSTRATCOM senior leaders. Assist with the development and delivery of CI Awareness and Reporting training. Develop and implement processes for executing comprehensive, defensive CI reviews of command plans. Develop and maintain collaborative relations with USSTRATCOM mission area SMEs, MDCOs, and other CI/LE partners. Advise and assist with integrating CI support to the USSTRATCOM Insider Threat Program. Provide advice and assistance with CI and HUMINT-related contributions to USSTRATCOM's operations plan (OPLAN), contingency plans (CONPLAN), operations orders (OPORD), and EXORD development. Support established processes to enable the Government to synchronize CI and HUMINT support to command operations, foreign visits and engagements, or other opportunity events or situations that present a HUMINT collection opportunity or CI implication. Engage with the Intelligence Community (IC), defense agencies, other combatant commands, and other mission partners and stakeholders, as requested, to support J2X requirements. Contractor-provided studies, assessments, briefings, reports, minutes, and other documents and services. Assist and advise the Government with creating, revising, maintaining, and/or retiring J2X web pages and knowledge management tools.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess specialized CI functional training. Qualifying training may include: a DoD Military Service or DIA CI credential-producing course, or a Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy (JCITA) analysis course (not including Threat Seminars). Possess experience or training performing staff officer/action officer duties in a Joint Environment. Possess strong proficiency with Microsoft Office applications, especially Word, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Outlook, and Excel. Highly desired skills include experience creating and modifying wiki-type websites (HTML), such as that used in Intellipedia. Demonstrate strong intelligence research and analysis skills, including knowledge of and ability to apply Intelligence Community analytic tradecraft. Possess experience authoring complex search queries in IC databases, such as WISE, M3, Palantir, Next Generation Trident (NGT), or TAC. Strongly desired/recommended training includes Defense Intelligence Senior Analytic Program (DISAP), Intelligence Community Advanced Analysis Program (ICAAP), DIA PACE, Certified DoD All-Source Analyst (CDASA) certification, or other IC equivalent analyst-qualifying coursework. Possess one or more of the following areas: Demonstrated specialized training and/or experience, capable of assessing FIE threats to: (1) DoD space operations; (2) nuclear operations and nuclear command, control, and communications (NC3); (3) integrated missile defense (IMD); and (4) through cyberspace to the aforementioned mission equities. Specialized training on the organizations, capabilities, and tradecraft used by different foreign intelligence services. These SMEs shall possess qualifying training, specifically country threat seminars offered by JCITA, or equivalent offered by another IC organization. Possess strong analytic writing skills and the ability to synthesize large quantities of complex data and logically and clearly convey analytic findings whether in concise executive correspondence for senior decision makers, or comprehensive (10-15 page) special assessments for technical or operational customers. At least three (3) years of intelligence analysis experience in the IC. Possess a current/active current Top Secret+ (TS) security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235883-10402.html
S4 Inc. Omaha, NE, USA Full-Time
May 09, 2018
Job Title:  18020 ISR Operations Support SME II Work Location:  NCR (JISROC-Pentagon and/or Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (HQ DIA)) Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's Degree preferred Experience:  11 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  DC18004 LCAT:  18020 ISR Operations Support SME II     Overview:  USSTRATCOM assumed a broad range of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) roles and missions under the President of the United States (POTUS) Unified Command Plan which directed assumption of Global ISR management. USSTRATCOM is responsible for planning, integrating, and coordinating ISR in support of strategic and global operations and advocating for ISR capabilities. The JFCC-ISR supports oversight and management of the DoD ISR and associated PED enterprise by developing and synchronizing global ISR plans and allocation strategies to satisfy combatant command and national requirements. The JFCC-ISR functions and resources has been reconstituted as two (2) integrated Joint Staff components, the newly established JISROC Chairman's Controlled Activity (CCA) and the Joint Staff J-32 enabling the CJCS to assume leadership for synchronization of Combatant Command (CCMD) and Military Service ISR efforts.   JISROC requires Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to plan, integrate, and coordinate ISR in support of both combatant command and national operational and intelligence requirements; to synchronize strategy and planning to integrate DoD ISR resources to satisfy high priority combatant command (CCMD), DoD, and National requirements  support requirements, to include aspects of intelligence (ISR) planning, collection management, global force management, ISR assessments, and ISR advocacy (DoD ISR includes manned and unmanned airborne, space-based, maritime surface and subsurface, and ground sensors and systems); to perform all planning, development, coordination, implementation, and analysis of the mission to support CJCS ISR roles and responsibilities.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM JFCC-ISR with support through the following: Support the development and staffing of the DoD's annual global ISR allocation plan (GFMAP) and sourcing recommendations in response to emergent/short-notice request for DoD ISR forces (RFFs). Support ISR Integration through interaction with the Combatant Commands, the Services, Joint Staff, Intelligence Community, and numerous other DoD and civilian agencies to respond to DoD taskings and Request For Information (RFI) on ISR capabilities and processes. Support the quarterly Global Force Management Board (GFMB). Support the Joint Planning and Execution Community (JPEC) development and review of deliberate (contingency) and combatant commander campaign plans. Support the development and implementation of JISROC/J-32 campaign and campaign support planning processes. Coordinate and evaluate ISR activities across all campaign plans. Identify risk, develop mitigation strategies and develop recommendations for reprioritization and realignment. Support the Joint Planning and Execution Community (JPEC) development and review of deliberate (contingency) and combatant commander campaign plans. Support the development and implementation of JISROC/J-32 campaign and campaign support planning processes. Special Programs Management. Support JISROC/J-32 management of special (scientific and technical collection) programs and the SRO process. Provide theater and national expertise on global Research and Development (R&D) and Joint/Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration capabilities. Support JISROC/J-32 crisis/contingency/exercise manning, planning/conferences, and execution. Support the development of ISR Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). ISR Information Systems Support. Support JISROC/J-32 operations, testing, transition, and sustainment for current and future ISR information systems requiring integration into the DoD, IC, and ISR networks. Information Management Services. Provide a variety of information management services to global ISR management at JISROC/J-32. Web Design and Production. Assist in the designing and maintenance of JISROC/J-32 webpages on multiple networks to support information flow between internal and external organizations on ISR assets and issues. Strategic Knowledge Integration Web (SKIWeb). Monitor SKIWeb to identify and report ISR events and/or Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs) and Essential Elements of Information (EEIs). ISR Capabilities Data Updates. Assist with the development, maintenance, and distribution of ISR asset capabilities and missions in Government selected media/databases with Microsoft Access and Excel software.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess at least eleven (11) years of demonstrated relevant experience in Joint-ISR planning and operations. Possess a minimum of eleven (11) years of demonstrated relevant experience in developing ISR strategies and plans to effectively integrate ISR capabilities with theater operations. Must have experience integrating disparate ISR platforms/sensors across Services and domains (both airborne and National Technical Means (NTM)). Possess at least nine (9) years' of demonstrated relevant experience in staffing, communication, and coordination efforts across Combatant Commands, Services, interagency and the joint military environment. Possess at least nine (9) years of demonstrated relevant experience in analyzing, reviewing, producing, disseminating, and publishing formal documentation (briefings, memoranda, instructions, etc.) with regards to ISR or with ISR implications. Specifically, experience in JISROC/J-32 functions to include: OLYMPIC TITAN orders SRO Book Global Force Management (GFM) ISR Sourcing Recommendations Global ISR Conference briefs Global ISR Laydown (and ISR Common Operational Picture ISR Operational Assessments (quantitative and qualitative) ISR Capability & Advocacy Studies (e.g. High Altitude Transition Assessment) Joint Capabilities Requirements Manager (JCRM) Possess an active/current Top Secret+ security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com .   For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235052-10402.html
S4 Inc. Washington, DC, USA Full-Time
May 09, 2018
Job Title:  18020 ISR Operations Support SME I Work Location:  NCR (JISROC-Pentagon and/or Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (HQ DIA)) Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's Degree preferred Experience:  9 years Travel:  Occasional Job Listing Number:  DC18003 LCAT:  18020 ISR Operations Support SME I   Overview:  USSTRATCOM assumed a broad range of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) roles and missions under the President of the United States (POTUS) Unified Command Plan which directed assumption of Global ISR management. USSTRATCOM is responsible for planning, integrating, and coordinating ISR in support of strategic and global operations and advocating for ISR capabilities. The JFCC-ISR supports oversight and management of the DoD ISR and associated PED enterprise by developing and synchronizing global ISR plans and allocation strategies to satisfy combatant command and national requirements. The JFCC-ISR functions and resources has been reconstituted as two (2) integrated Joint Staff components, the newly established JISROC Chairman's Controlled Activity (CCA) and the Joint Staff J-32 enabling the CJCS to assume leadership for synchronization of Combatant Command (CCMD) and Military Service ISR efforts.   JISROC requires Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to plan, integrate, and coordinate ISR in support of both combatant command and national operational and intelligence requirements; to synchronize strategy and planning to integrate DoD ISR resources to satisfy high priority combatant command (CCMD), DoD, and National requirements  support requirements, to include aspects of intelligence (ISR) planning, collection management, global force management, ISR assessments, and ISR advocacy (DoD ISR includes manned and unmanned airborne, space-based, maritime surface and subsurface, and ground sensors and systems); to perform all planning, development, coordination, implementation, and analysis of the mission to support CJCS ISR roles and responsibilities.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM JFCC-ISR with support through the following: Support the development and staffing of the DoD's annual global ISR allocation plan (GFMAP) and sourcing recommendations in response to emergent/short-notice request for DoD ISR forces (RFFs). Support ISR Integration through interaction with the Combatant Commands, the Services, Joint Staff, Intelligence Community, and numerous other DoD and civilian agencies to respond to DoD taskings and Request For Information (RFI) on ISR capabilities and processes. Support the quarterly Global Force Management Board (GFMB). Support the Joint Planning and Execution Community (JPEC) development and review of deliberate (contingency) and combatant commander campaign plans. Support the development and implementation of JISROC/J-32 campaign and campaign support planning processes. Coordinate and evaluate ISR activities across all campaign plans. Identify risk, develop mitigation strategies and develop recommendations for reprioritization and realignment. Support the Joint Planning and Execution Community (JPEC) development and review of deliberate (contingency) and combatant commander campaign plans. Support the development and implementation of JISROC/J-32 campaign and campaign support planning processes. Special Programs Management. Support JISROC/J-32 management of special (scientific and technical collection) programs and the SRO process. Provide theater and national expertise on global Research and Development (R&D) and Joint/Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration capabilities. Support JISROC/J-32 crisis/contingency/exercise manning, planning/conferences, and execution. Support the development of ISR Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). ISR Information Systems Support. Support JISROC/J-32 operations, testing, transition, and sustainment for current and future ISR information systems requiring integration into the DoD, IC, and ISR networks. Information Management Services. Provide a variety of information management services to global ISR management at JISROC/J-32. Web Design and Production. Assist in the designing and maintenance of JISROC/J-32 webpages on multiple networks to support information flow between internal and external organizations on ISR assets and issues. Strategic Knowledge Integration Web (SKIWeb). Monitor SKIWeb to identify and report ISR events and/or Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs) and Essential Elements of Information (EEIs). ISR Capabilities Data Updates. Assist with the development, maintenance, and distribution of ISR asset capabilities and missions in Government selected media/databases with Microsoft Access and Excel software.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess at least nine (9) years of demonstrated relevant experience in Joint-ISR planning and operations. Possess a minimum of nine (9) years of demonstrated relevant experience in developing ISR strategies and plans to effectively integrate ISR capabilities with theater operations. Must have experience integrating disparate ISR platforms/sensors across Services and domains (both airborne and National Technical Means (NTM)). Possess at least nine (9) years' of demonstrated relevant experience in staffing, communication, and coordination efforts across Combatant Commands, Services, interagency and the joint military environment. Possess at least nine (9) years of demonstrated relevant experience in analyzing, reviewing, producing, disseminating, and publishing formal documentation (briefings, memoranda, instructions, etc.) with regards to ISR or with ISR implications. Specifically, experience in JISROC/J-32 functions to include: OLYMPIC TITAN orders SRO Book Global Force Management (GFM) ISR Sourcing Recommendations Global ISR Conference briefs Global ISR Laydown (and ISR Common Operational Picture ISR Operational Assessments (quantitative and qualitative) ISR Capability & Advocacy Studies (e.g. High Altitude Transition Assessment) Joint Capabilities Requirements Manager (JCRM) Possess an active/current Top Secret+ security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235049-10402.html
S4 Inc. Washington, DC, USA Full-Time
May 09, 2018
Job Title:  18020 ISR Operations Personnel Management Support Work Location:  NCR (JISROC-Pentagon and/or Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (HQ DIA)) Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's Degree preferred Experience:  3 years Job Listing Number:  DC18002 LCAT:  18020 ISR Operations Personnel Management Support   Overview:  USSTRATCOM assumed a broad range of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) roles and missions under the President of the United States (POTUS) Unified Command Plan which directed assumption of Global ISR management. USSTRATCOM is responsible for planning, integrating, and coordinating ISR in support of strategic and global operations and advocating for ISR capabilities. The JFCC-ISR supports oversight and management of the DoD ISR and associated PED enterprise by developing and synchronizing global ISR plans and allocation strategies to satisfy combatant command and national requirements. The JFCC-ISR functions and resources has been reconstituted as two (2) integrated Joint Staff components, the newly established JISROC Chairman's Controlled Activity (CCA) and the Joint Staff J-32 enabling the CJCS to assume leadership for synchronization of Combatant Command (CCMD) and Military Service ISR efforts. JISROC requires Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to provide personnel management support for ISR operations.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM JFCC-ISR with support through the following: ISR Mission, Roles, and Responsibilities. Thoroughly assess, work, coordinate, and staff ISR issues and processes for approval/completion both in/out of the Joint Staff. Contractor personnel shall attend ISR-related meetings and conferences to support the integration of DoD and national collection efforts. Contractor personnel shall document and provide notes, prepare briefings (as required) representing the JISROC position and mission areas at conferences and meetings. Manage and execute JISROC/J-32 web presence. Provide subject matter expertise and in-depth knowledge in Share Point and Microsoft office applications to develop/maintain webpages on multiple networks. Support the component leadership in all aspects of ISR personnel management and coordination and tracking of tasking's from both internal and external sources. Provide executive leadership support. Manage/coordinate schedule and correspondence via Microsoft office. Plan and execute travel events utilizing DTS (Defense Travel System) while ensuring protocol standards. Support to Events. Provide support to ISR planning events/working groups/boards/conferences.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess at least three (3) years' experience in staffing, communication, and coordination efforts across Combatant Commands, Services, interagency and the joint military environment. Possess an active/current Top Secret+ security clearance   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235044-10402.html
S4 Inc. Washington, DC, USA Full-Time
May 09, 2018
Job Title:  18020 ISR Operations Allied & Partner Integration Support SME Work Location:  NCR (JISROC-Pentagon and/or Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (HQ DIA)) Clearance:  Current/Active TS+ Education:  HS Diploma/GED; Bachelor's Degree preferred Experience:  9-11 years Job Listing Number:  DC18001 LCAT:  18020 ISR Operations Allied & Partner Integration Support SME   Overview:  USSTRATCOM assumed a broad range of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) roles and missions under the President of the United States (POTUS) Unified Command Plan which directed assumption of Global ISR management. USSTRATCOM is responsible for planning, integrating, and coordinating ISR in support of strategic and global operations and advocating for ISR capabilities. The JFCC-ISR supports oversight and management of the DoD ISR and associated PED enterprise by developing and synchronizing global ISR plans and allocation strategies to satisfy combatant command and national requirements. The JFCC-ISR functions and resources has been reconstituted as two (2) integrated Joint Staff components, the newly established JISROC Chairman's Controlled Activity (CCA) and the Joint Staff J-32 enabling the CJCS to assume leadership for synchronization of Combatant Command (CCMD) and Military Service ISR efforts.   JISROC requires Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to support the integration of specified allied and partner ISR forces and capabilities in support of global and regional missions; to plan, integrate, and coordinate ISR in support of both combatant command and national operational and intelligence requirements; to synchronize strategy and planning to integrate DoD ISR resources to satisfy high priority combatant command (CCMD), DoD, and National requirements  support requirements, to include aspects of intelligence (ISR) planning, collection management, global force management, ISR assessments, and ISR advocacy (DoD ISR includes manned and unmanned airborne, space-based, maritime surface and subsurface, and ground sensors and systems); to perform all planning, development, coordination, implementation, and analysis of the mission to support CJCS ISR roles and responsibilities.   Specific Duties:  Support USSTRATCOM JFCC-ISR through the following: Allied and Partner (A&P) Integration Support; Providing policy and planning through the assistance of USSTRATCOM and DoD in developing comprehensive policies, strategies and plans supporting the integration of specified allied and partner ISR forces and capabilities in support of global and regional missions. Execution Support through the development and implementation of A&P ISR integration procedures related to force planning, collection management and tasking, operational mission management, exploitation and reporting, performance assessment, technical interoperability and combined ISR training. Support to A&P Engagement by providing subject matter expertise and technical assistance to various engagement forums with select allied and partner nations to include, conference preparation, development of supporting materials and preparation of briefings. Provide subject matter expertise to A&P engagement efforts involving manned and unmanned ISR platforms, forces and supporting PED capabilities. Support the development and staffing of the DoD's annual global ISR allocation plan (GFMAP) and sourcing recommendations in response to emergent/short-notice request for DoD ISR forces (RFFs). Support ISR Integration through interaction with the Combatant Commands, the Services, Joint Staff, Intelligence Community, and numerous other DoD and civilian agencies to respond to DoD taskings and Request For Information (RFI) on ISR capabilities and processes. Support the quarterly Global Force Management Board (GFMB). Support the Joint Planning and Execution Community (JPEC) development and review of deliberate (contingency) and combatant commander campaign plans. Support the development and implementation of JISROC/J-32 campaign and campaign support planning processes. Coordinate and evaluate ISR activities across all campaign plans. Identify risk, develop mitigation strategies and develop recommendations for reprioritization and realignment. Support the Joint Planning and Execution Community (JPEC) development and review of deliberate (contingency) and combatant commander campaign plans. Support the development and implementation of JISROC/J-32 campaign and campaign support planning processes. Special Programs Management. Support JISROC/J-32 management of special (scientific and technical collection) programs and the SRO process. Provide theater and national expertise on global Research and Development (R&D) and Joint/Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration capabilities. Support JISROC/J-32 crisis/contingency/exercise manning, planning/conferences, and execution. Support the development of ISR Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). ISR Information Systems Support. Support JISROC/J-32 operations, testing, transition, and sustainment for current and future ISR information systems requiring integration into the DoD, IC, and ISR networks. Information Management Services. Provide a variety of information management services to global ISR management at JISROC/J-32. Web Design and Production. Assist in the designing and maintenance of JISROC/J-32 webpages on multiple networks to support information flow between internal and external organizations on ISR assets and issues. Strategic Knowledge Integration Web (SKIWeb). Monitor SKIWeb to identify and report ISR events and/or Commander's Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs) and Essential Elements of Information (EEIs). ISR Capabilities Data Updates. Assist with the development, maintenance, and distribution of ISR asset capabilities and missions in Government selected media/databases with Microsoft Access and Excel software.   Skills: Critical thinking skills, both qualitatively and quantitatively Ability to prepare a well-grounded, defensible argument Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task Strong technical and analytical skills Ability to work independently and as part of a team Familiarity with USSTRATCOM organization desired Familiarity with Joint processes, operations, and commands.   Qualifications: Possess at least seven (7) years' of demonstrated relevant experience conducting operational ISR missions as a qualified crew member in an ISR weapon system, either manned or remotely piloted/distributed (may be rated or nonrated crew member). Possess at least nine to eleven (9-11) years of demonstrated relevant experience in Joint-ISR planning and operations. Possess a minimum of nine to eleven (9-11) years of demonstrated relevant experience in developing ISR strategies and plans to effectively integrate ISR capabilities with theater operations. Must have experience integrating disparate ISR platforms/sensors across Services and domains (both airborne and National Technical Means (NTM)). Possess at least nine (9) years' of demonstrated relevant experience in staffing, communication, and coordination efforts across Combatant Commands, Services, interagency and the joint military environment. Possess at least nine (9) years of demonstrated relevant experience in analyzing, reviewing, producing, disseminating, and publishing formal documentation (briefings, memoranda, instructions, etc.) with regards to ISR or with ISR implications. Specifically, experience in JISROC/J-32 functions to include: OLYMPIC TITAN orders SRO Book Global Force Management (GFM) ISR Sourcing Recommendations Global ISR Conference briefs Global ISR Laydown (and ISR Common Operational Picture ISR Operational Assessments (quantitative and qualitative) ISR Capability & Advocacy Studies (e.g. High Altitude Transition Assessment) Joint Capabilities Requirements Manager (JCRM) Possess an active/current Top Secret+   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employerminorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com . For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/235010-10402.html
S4 Inc. Washington, DC, USA Full-Time
May 08, 2018
Job Title:  Quality Control Lead Location:  Fort Huachuca, AZ Clearance:  Active/current Secret Certification:  Current IAT Level II Baseline Certification: Security+ or higher. Education:  BS in CS or an Information Technology Engineering Experience:  10+ years' experience in the same or similar operations working in a technical environment with 5 years in a leadership position LCAT: QC Lead Requisition: AZ18005   The Quality Control Lead supervises the Quality Control Program (Control and Assurance) and oversees the evaluation of training and personnel proficiency, and quality of instruction being performed. Also includes ensuring personnel are adhering to processes and procedures including ITIL practices.             Job Duties:         Responsible to insure Conduct Quality control of incidents to maintain compliance with CJCSM 6510 are conducted as necessary.  Responsible for developing, maintaining and executing the Quality Control Plan, creating reports, addressing trends and escalating as appropriate; addressing CDRs and providing a response and solution as needed.         Review all data obtained during all quality assurance activities to ensure consistency with company policies and procedures.         Develop new approaches to solve problems identified during quality assurance activities.         Prepare and present technical and program information to the management team.         Maintain a working knowledge of government and industry quality assurance codes and inspection standards.         Lead investigations into complaints regarding quality, ensure systems are in place to address quality issues and complaints.         Continuously develop and improve the adequacy of existing Quality Control procedures and processes.         Lead, mentor, & coach your QC team by promoting a culture of quality awareness.         Lead and guide improvement initiatives and make high-value improvements across the program.         Adhere to the Quality Plan to drive performance using ISO and ITIL standards.         Ensure compliance with ISO and ITIL standards.         Ensure compliance with policies and procedures and provide guidance on related disciplines.         Seek, share and assist in institutionalizing best practices.         Ensure operational personnel comply with established and applicable policies and procedures.         Conduct audits, inspections to ensure compliance with policies and procedures and implements corrective actions as required.         Perform other Quality Assurance duties as assigned.   Qualifications:         Active/current Secret clearance         You will be required to be certified in: IAT Level II Baseline Certification: Security+ or higher.         ITIL Foundation Certification IT Services Management         BS in CS or an Information Technology Engineering is desired         10+ years' experience in the same or similar operations working in a technical environment         5 years of experience in a leadership position         5+ years of IT Operations environment support experience         Minimum five (5) years demonstrated/practical hands-on experience working in a DoD enterprise network environment     To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer-minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com       For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/234865-10402.html
S4 Inc. Sierra Vista, AZ, USA 85613 Full-Time
May 08, 2018
Job Title:  Network Services Division Chief Location:  Fort Huachuca, AZ Clearance:  Active/current Secret Please note that you must be a US citizen to apply to this position Certification:  IAT Level II Baseline Certification: Security+ or higher; ITIL Foundation Certification IT Services Management Education:  BS in CS or an Information Technology Engineering Experience:  15+ years' experience in the same or similar operations working in a technical environment; 5 years in a leadership position LCAT: Network Services Division Chief Requisition: AZ18004   Job Duties:  The Network Services Division Chief will manage the group that remotely operates, monitors, sustains and secures the enterprise network infrastructure on multiple Department of Defense (DoD) networks at multiple locations; adheres to processes and procedures including ITIL practices.  Over the course of this contract there will be a high level of dynamics in upgrades and new technology implementations.  Responsible for maintaining accurate and standardized network site diagrams that include all USARCC-C managed devices, active network interfaces, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, subnet masks, attached circuits with purchased bandwidth rates, Command Communications Service Designators (CCSDs), and routing information, store them in a shared area central location accessible by only authorized users, and provide a copy to client POC.    In addition to these responsibilities there are many more tasks in the same category of maintaining, operating and defending a very large and complex network, e.g.         Develop Intrusion Protection System/Intrusion Detection System (IPS/IDS) procedures; correlate and react to security events; perform first- and second-level triage; and forward suspicious activity to the next echelon of support.         Maintain and modify access control lists (ACL) on managed network devices with no disruption in service.          Maintain accurate and standardized network site diagrams that include all managed devices, active network interfaces, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, and subnet masks, attached circuits with purchased bandwidth rates, Command Communications Service Designators (CCSDs), and routing information.         Create, add, delete, audit, and update Deny All/Permit by Exception (DAPE) security policies, including Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Guide (STIG) compliance.         Maintain accurate and complete ports, protocols, and services (PPS) for managed sites.         Operate, monitor, sustain, and secure such devices as routers, switches, firewalls, OOB management routers, virtual private network (VPN) concentrators, and access control servers.         Operate, monitor, sustain, and secure the dynamic multipoint virtual private network (DMVPN) between each installation and the regional tiered layer architectures (TLA).         Serve as the Registration Authority (RA), registering, issuing and revoking PKI-E certificates.   Qualifications: Active/current Secret clearance You will be required to be certified in: IAT Level II Baseline Certification: Security+ or higher; ITIL Foundation Certification IT Services Management BS in CS or an Information Technology Engineering is desired 15+ years of experience in the same or similar operations working in a technical environment 5 years of experience in a leadership position 10+ years of IT Operations support experience Minimum five (5) years demonstrated/practical hands-on experience working in a DoD enterprise network environment Working knowledge of network monitoring tools to include Spectrum, BMC Network Automation (BNA), Netscout, eHealth, DIRECTRON, and Access Control Servers (ACS).   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer-minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/234851-10402.html
S4 Inc. Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613, USA Full-Time
May 08, 2018
Job Title : Mission Support Services Division Chief Location:  Fort Huachuca, AZ Clearance:  Active/current Secret Please note that you must be a US citizen to apply to the job posting Certification:  Current IAT Level II Baseline Certification: Security+ or higher; ITIL Foundation  Certification:  IT Services Management Education:  BS in CS or an Information Technology Engineering Experience:  10+ years of IT Operations support experience; 5+ years' experience in the same or similar operations working in a technical environment LCAT: Division Chief Requisition:  AZ18003   Oversees the USARCC-C internal services to support daily operations. Most of these services are a subset of those provided externally, and support the provision of external services. Internal services in support of overall USARCC-C operations include thin client, workstation, and server management, local area network management, operation of the Service Domain of the CONUS Forest, facility management, computer room operations, logistics support, security management, storage management, internal tools support, and support for Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) management processes. Job Duties:  Responsible for the oversight of the following functions: Server and Workstation Support: Approximately 14,300 event/incident/service request tickets require resolution each year Security and Information Assurance: Performance of approximately 2,000 scans per month, validation of approximately 80 clearances per month, and support of approximately 2,000 customer requests per month.  Infrastructure Support SAN/Virtual Machine (VM)/Backup Support Internal Tools Support Logistics Support Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL): Continual Service Improvement Qualifications: Active/current Secret clearance You will be required to be certified in: IAT Level II Baseline Certification: Security+ or higher; ITIL Foundation Certification IT Services Management BS in CS or an Information Technology Engineering is desired 10+ years of IT Operations support experience; 5+ years' experience in the same or similar operations working in a technical environment Strong understanding of ITIL framework. Knowledge of ITIL Incident, Problem and Change management process areas. Worked in a DoD enterprise network environment Working knowledge of networks and delivery paradigms   To apply to this position please go to  www.s4inc.com  and click on Careers to complete and an employment application and to upload your resume.   S4 Inc. offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package with 401(k), and universal time off.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer-minorities/females/veterans/individuals with disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity. S4 participates in the E-Verify employment verification program.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding position, then we invite you to submit your resume including salary history/requirements.  Candidate selected must be able to obtain and maintain the security clearance required by the contract at all times   If you are an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and need a reasonable accommodation to apply to a position, please contact Michelle Sweeney, HR Manager, by phone at (781) 273-1600 or by email at accommodation @s4inc.com     For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website. https://s4inc.applicantpool.com/jobs/234846-10402.html
S4 Inc. Sierra Vista, AZ, USA 85613 Full-Time