Sep 24, 2019
Exostrategies is a small, agile professional services company that principally serves the federal government and provides affordable enterprise transformation services in anticipation of evolving threats to our nation’s critical infrastructure and operations.
The Enterprise Architect position represents a unique opportunity to join an expanding effort to support an Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence-sponsored program to improve Combatant Command Intelligence Information Technology (CCIIT). The Enterprise Architect works as a member of a strong technical team in conjunction with the program office, the Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), and the services to develop and manage the global enterprise architecture (EA) to improve US intelligence community capabilities in support of our warfighters and coalition partners. The Enterprise Architect has three primary responsibilities:
Command Engagement Representative: Act as the resident embed at USCYBERCOM to foster and enhance relations with the goal of collecting strategic, operational, and tactical information, requirements, and activities.
EA Decision Support: Support the development of a USCYBERCOM-level enterprise architecture to be integrated into a larger Enterprise of Enterprises architecture to support Combatant Commanders, CCMD J2s, and other intelligence community partners and stakeholders; improve intelligence capabilities; and support enterprise management of intelligence IT.
Architecture Analyst: Use architectural data to support decision makers, strategic roadmaps, programs and projects, and others to maximize intelligence capabilities, reduce risk, and manage transitional activities.
Duties and responsibilities include:
Develop USCYBERCOM views and data compliant with the DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF)
Work with functional subject matter experts to collect and describe operational and system processes, nodes, activities, associated inputs, controls, outputs, and mechanisms
Prepare, staff, and publish formal USCYBERCOM architecture documents
Produce architecture development plans and reports
Conduct Strategic Architecture Branch staff actions (tasks, papers, briefings, etc.)
Research, develop, document, and analyze USCYBERCOM architectures to identify mission capability gaps, overlaps, and shortfalls
Determine and recommend architectural, IT, or process solutions; research and develop other architecture related documents and plans
Participate in DoD enterprise architecture conferences, generate minutes, and capture key action items
Learn and use Exostrategies’s Architex™ Decision Support Suite
Background in DoD intelligence IT systems and capabilities; familiarity with US CCMDs, Joint Staff (desired), and NATO (desired)
Strong and detailed understanding of command assets, tools, and practices; prefer past experience with USCYBERCOM
Prefer experience in enterprise architecture (DoDAF 2.0, UPDM, or UAF)
Solid work ethic including ability to work and represent Exostrategies with limited local supervision, and strong oral and written communication and interpersonal skills to work effectively in a collaborative team environment
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in engineering, information technology, science, business, or other related area of study
Master’s degree is desired but not required
Security clearance requirement:
Applicants must have an active US Government Top Secret security clearance and have been granted access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) within the last two years, based on a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI)
Available work location:
Fort Meade, MD (USCYBERCOM)
Some domestic travel required
Exostrategies considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
Fort Meade, MD, USA