Posted in Software 15 days ago.
At ARA, we strive to hire valuable colleagues with not only the right skills, but also demonstrate our core values of passion, freedom, service and growth. As ARA’s Principal Multi-Domain Information Warfare Engineer, you will be responsible for performing duties to develop, sustain, and enhance multi-domain operations enveloping cyberspace capabilities to defend national interests from attack and to engage with mission partners to deliver tailored engineering solutions leveraging the cyberspace domain. Conduct proactive engagement with capability development organizations within the National Security Agency and United States Cyber Command to develop unique engineering solutions to Air Force multi-domain Information Warfare operations.
As a Cryptologic Mission Support Analyst, you will provide engineering insight, expertise, and tradecraft for the cross-functional Multi-Domain Innovation branch within AFCO/CM. Support cyberspace capability development, testing and implementation. Additionally, the candidate will be OPCON to 16AF AFCO/CM to maintain relations with Wing, Group, AFCYBER-FWD and USCYBERCOM.
Cryptologic Mission Support Analyst - Contingent Security Clearance Requirements:
TS/SCI with Poly
Cryptologic Mission Support Analyst - Contingent Required Experience:
Cryptologic Mission Support Analyst - Contingent Desired Experience:
A Letter of Commitment is required for this contingent offer.
Applied Research Associates, Inc. (aka ARA) is an employee-owned international research and engineering company known for providing technically superior solutions to complex and challenging problems in the physical sciences. We were founded in Albuquerque, NM in 1979 as the disco era was, thankfully, closing out and the personal computer era was beginning. We employ over 1,500 professionals and continue to grow. ARA offices throughout the U.S. and Canada provide a broad range of technical expertise in defense, civil, and health technologies, computer software and simulation, systems analysis, environmental technologies, and testing and measurement. Around ARA you are equally likely to hear a conversation about Kubernetes clusters as you are a debate on merits of a reverse polish notation (RPN) calculator!
While this is all of the Year One and Beyond stuff, Day One is highly impressive too. These are things like our competitive salary (DOE), Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), benefits package, relocation opportunities, and a challenging culture where innovation & experimentation are the norm. At ARA, employees are our greatest assets so we give our employees the tools, training, and opportunities to take active roles as owners. The motto, “Engineering and Science for Fun and Profit” sums up the ARA experience. The company realizes employee ownership spawns greater creativity and initiative along with higher performance and customer satisfaction levels.
ARA is passionate about inclusion and diversity in our workplace. In 2018 40% of our new employees voluntarily self-identified as protected veterans. (Source-AAP EOY 2018 Veterans Data Collection Report). Additionally, the Southeast Division looks not only for the right skills, but also for a cultural fit. We seek colleagues who will contribute to the unique culture that makes ARA such a great place to work. Some of the social impact aspects we have implemented at our division include monthly get-togethers, team outings to local baseball games in the summer, board game lunches, holiday party, corn hole tournaments, chili cook-offs and so on. We are also very proud of our Women’s Initiative Network (WIN) whose purpose is to motivate, support, and encourage professional career development for women to maximize career and professional accomplishments. For additional information and an opportunity to join this unique workplace, please apply at careers.ara.com.
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