Senior Infrastructure Analyst (Senior Functional Analyst)

GERMANY

11/22/16

11/22/17

Description

The Senior Infrastructure Analyst will provide Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) support to US European Command ECJ9-SID.  Senior Infrastructure Analyst for Mission Assurance are responsible for identification, assessment, and facilitation of remediation of vulnerabilities to critical infrastructure. Includes the identification and assessment of mission systems and infrastructure critical to USEUCOM, facilitating development of remediation plans, analysis of dependencies between mission critical and supporting assets, evaluation of OPLANS, CONPLANS, numbered and named operations to establish the connection between plans, mission essential tasks and the enabling assets. 

Minimum Requirements

Assist government personnel in researching DoD and USEUCOM directives, regulations, war plans, mission essential tasks (METs) and other sources of information to identify mission critical assets, both DoD and non-DoD owned that are critical to the conduct of USEUCOM missions. 
Identify, document, and assess critical infrastructure required to support all command missions. 
Conduct integrated analytical methods by evaluating the potential consequences of disruption from all-hazards threats and incidents on infrastructure in the USEUCOM AOR. Research will include identifying critical infrastructure that supports USEUCOM’s primary and supporting missions which will be used to develop a USEUCOM Strategic Asset List (SAL). 
Provide expertise in asset tiers (tier one – mission failure, tier two – mission degradation) during formulation and management of the SAL; these results are used to formulate vulnerability assessment schedules informing decision makers to strengthen infrastructure security and resilience on USEUCOM critical infrastructure. 
Determine interdependencies between various critical infrastructure assets. 
Provide technical expertise to assist in developing yearly assessment schedules. 
Assist in planning and facilitating vulnerability assessments by coordinating development of an assessment focus statement with USEUCOM components (USAREUR, USAFE, NAVEUR), staff and Agencies. The assessment focus statement defines the goals, objectives and other parameters framing the assessment.
Provide supplemental technical assessment services. This includes providing support to the assessors and assessed organization before, during, and after the assessment. 
Prepare and maintain a risk management matrix detailing the threats, hazards, vulnerability, and impact of loss for each finding from an assessment. 
Assist USEUCOM staff and components in the determination of vulnerability ratings and appropriate risk management response to vulnerabilities found during the assessment. 
Track vulnerabilities and remediation actions in concert with the assessed organization to assist in the management of risk to mission and specifically the relevant critical infrastructure. Maintain awareness of current and advancing technologies to continually broaden expertise. 
Partner with components and staff to prepare briefings on status of USEUCOM’s critical infrastructure for the USEUCOM Deputy Commander’s critical infrastructure update. 
Collaborate with the USEUCOM Staff to help shape execution of the Mission Assurance (MA) program to comply with Departmental level guidance. 
Work with the USEUCOM staff and other subject matter experts to integrate key terrain-cyber analysis with the USEUCOM SAL. Collect, assess, and disseminate MA-related threat and hazard assessments and warnings, as appropriate, to subordinate elements and other authorized activities. 
Participate in MA advisory forums and provide recommendations on addressing mission risk based on the work of assessment teams and post assessment risk management analysis. 
Identify, document, and assess critical infrastructure required to support all command missions. Coordinate with the Joint Staff, subordinate commands, Services, Combat Support Agencies, and other DOD activities to assure the availability and operability of USEUCOM identified critical infrastructure and assets. 
Assist the USEUCOM staff in ensuring that critical infrastructure is incorporated into deliberate and crisis action planning, ensuring that data, information, and assessment results are integrated and shared. 
Review, collect, and analyze data to draft technical reports, charts, briefings and other operations related documents. 



QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Requirements (Must Haves): 

Bachelor’s degree in a technical or scientific discipline (Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Logistics Management, or Structural or Mechanical Engineering) 
At least eleven (11) years’ recent specialized experience in infrastructure assurance, communications, intelligence, logistics, medical, or other technical fields. 
Experience as a United States Military Officer (MAJ/O-4 or above) or equivalent civilian rank (GS-13 or above) in the Department of Defense. 
TS/SCI security clearance


Desired/Preferred Requirements (Nice to Have):

Masters’ degree in a technical or scientific discipline (Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Logistics Management, or Structural or Mechanical Engineering) 
At least seven (8) years’ recent experience in infrastructure assurance, communications, intelligence, logistics, medical, or other technical fields. 
Experience as a United States Military Officer (MAJ/O-4 or above) or equivalent civilian rank (GS-13 or above) in the Department of Defense. 



WORK SCHEDULE

The standard work hours are 0800-1700 for a normal work week of 40 hours. You may be required to work on weekends and or Federal holidays in conjunction with required temporary duty travel.