ICF Consulting Group, Inc. Plans and Program Team Member in Virginia, Virginia
ICF is seeking multiple cyber professionals, with prior military, civil service and/or contractor experience within AFSPC, ACC, and 24 AF staff, to provide plans and programs support the transition of the Air Force Major Command (MAJCOM) cyber portfolio roles and responsibilities from Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) to Air Combat Command (ACC). Duties include support for all traditional elements of A-Staff support within a MAJCOM. Initial team s work is at ACC headquarters, Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Virginia with probable team expansion to Colorado Springs, CO and San Antonio, TX.
What the team will accomplish:
Develop a full understanding of the ACC s organization, mission, capabilities, business practices, authorities, legal requirements and mission partners within the cyber training and evaluations arena
Demonstrate and work with ACC s mindset and knowledge regarding all work products and services
Write, read, and conduct research at an advanced level for work in an executive environment
Utilize strong time-management skills and communicate at an executive level across a diverse workforce to build constructive work relationships with the client
Manage TS/SCI programs
Support Global Force Management activities
Assist with capabilities-based planning, programming, and budgeting for designated system-wide unique equipment, upgrades/modifications, initial spares, and other weapon system-unique logistics issues.
Provide strategic vision for the Service Core Function (SCF) and force structure
Facilitate capability requirements documents (Core Function Support Plan) and provide capabilities management and gap-fill analysis for weapon system and major programs areas.
Provide and support capabilities-based risk assessments
Provide life cycle cost assessments, cycle times, and requirements
Development and present requirements strategy
IT and cyberspace portfolio management, oversight, and budgeting.
Maintain Information Support Plans.
Review and coordinate directives and plans and participate in working groups.
Assist Functional Managers and weapon system Functional Area Managers
Assist with the management of training, health, and manning of cyberspace career fields.
What you need to be considered:
One year of experience/knowledge of USG principles, methodologies, and approaches used in Resource Management, Budgeting, and Acquisitions that support cyberspace requirements
Direct or Related experience in
Managing USAF s Cyber Weapon Systems and associated portfolios
Conducting SORTS and DRRS reporting in addition to USCYBERCOM IOC and FOC CMF criteria
Conducting JP 5.0 planning for cyberspace operations
Conducting AF pathfinder s initiatives, including Mission Defense Teams, Cyber Squadron Next, AFIN CSSP, and Weapon System/Space DCO
Additional qualifies for specific team positions
One year experience preparing, planning, and executing USG, or corporate financial strategies
4 years experience preparing, planning, and executing USG, or corporate financial strategies and a bachelor s degree
Active Top Secret government clearance
Willingness and Ability to work full time in the Hampton, VA area.
ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE Minorities/Females/ Protected Veterans Status/Disability Status/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity)
Requisition ID: 1800000858