Information Operations / Technical Specialist II

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50684 Requisition #
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Candidate  must have at least three years of experience and institutional training in at least two of the eight joint information related capabilities listed in Core Capability 1 within the last five years and must have served in a Geographic Combatant Command or Theater Special Operations Command in a capacity related to Core Capability 1. Candidate must have a thorough knowledge of the Joint Operations Planning Process (JOPP) in order to sufficiently instruct on the integration of IO into JOPP as a critical enabling staff element.  Candidate must have a service background in any of the following:
 
Preferred: 
  • U.S. Army Information Operations (Functional Area 30)
  • U.S. Navy Information Warfare (Designation 1810)
  • USMC Technical Information Operations Officer (MOS 8834)
  • Public Affairs Officer/Specialist (all services)

Acceptable:

  • U.S. Army Psychological Operations
  • Electronic Warfare Officer/Specialist (all services)
  • Any service intelligence or operations (non-admin/logistics) officer/specialist with at least five years of experience (plus institutional training) in MILDEC, OPSEC, and/or STO.
  • In order to maintain currency in those skills and areas listed as Core Capabilities, attend the following during employment:
  • Joint Information Operations Planner Course at the Joint Forces Staff College   
  • Special Operations Military Deception Planner Course (SOMPC), Defense Military Deception Training Course (DMTC),
  • Defense Operations Security Planner Course, IO Capabilities Applications and Planning (IOCAP)
  • Electronic Warfare Integration Course (EWIC) (1st IO Command requires IOCAP as a prerequisite to EWIC),
  • Joint Electronic Warfare Theater Operations Course (JEWTOC),
  • OPSEC Analysis and Program Management Course (OPSE-2500),
  • Military Information Support Operations Integration Course (MISOIC), Top Secret Clearance Required
  • Joint Expeditionary Public Affairs Course. 

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