Network Enabled Mission Command (NEMC) Analyst - Fredericksburg, VA
Fredericksburg, 22407, United States
Information Technology (IT)
Strategy - Planning
Network Enabled Mission Command (NEMC) Analyst
(Full-Time) Will serve as an advisor to Government personnel on all specified aspects of Network Enabled Mission Command (NEMC) operational capabilities and activities. (Candidates will be required to have or obtain a security clearance.)
Provide military/resource analysis, supporting the prioritization, synchronization, and integration of Army MC, tactical networks, and Information Technology Portfolios.
Will also be responsible for strategic planning, requirements /capabilities development, test and evaluation events (if applicable), integration and acquisition management of MC and Network enabling systems. Review and analyze operational impacts of requirements/capabilities development, testing and evaluation plans (as applicable), resourcing, testing, and acquisition.
Attend meetings and workgroups, develop and present briefings.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and 4 years of experience or 8 years of relevant experience.
At least 4 years of progressive experience in how the Army operates, to include Army staff experience, from both an operational and financial perspective.
Working knowledge and experience in Army and Joint Capabilities Integrated Development Systems (JCIDS) / requirements approval process, Army resourcing processes (Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution (PPBE), Army test and evaluation processes (if applicable), and Department/Army acquisition processes especially as these processes apply to the Mission Command (Command and Control) and Networked / Information Technology Systems and portfolios.
Expertise in tactical radio systems and tactical satellite communications systems.
Ability to simultaneous management of multiple complex tasks and activities.
Demonstrated history of developing innovative solutions for complex issues.
Understanding of Army organization, Joint doctrine and OSD processes.
Ability to prepare HQDA EXORDS and prepare/brief statistical data, prepare reports, briefings, executive summaries, information papers and command level correspondence, and present briefings to General Officers.
CORTEK® Inc. is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business providing premier, customer-oriented technical services.
Our business objectives are to pursue and win technical contracts in support of the Department of Defense, Department of State and other Government agencies. CORTEK’s focus areas include Integrated Base Defense/Force Protection, Cyber, Forensics/Biometrics, International Programs, System and Software Engineering and Integration and all aspects of Acquisition Program Office functions.
CORTEK’s core capabilities include the following:
Hardware and Software Integration, Installation, Fielding and Maintenance
Database Design, Management and Compliance Auditing
Technical Analysis and Documentation
Test and Evaluation
Integrated Product Support
Operations and Administrative Services
CORTEK’s senior management team has significant experience in all aspects of program, technical and acquisition management. We are proficient in prime contract management as well as subcontractor management and possess the corporate expertise, infrastructure and finances to manage large, multi-location contracts. CORTEK® Inc. currently holds prime contracts providing services to the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, State Department, DIA, OSD, and Joint Forces. CORTEK’s accounting system is DCAA approved and we are self-financed.