Common Operating Picture Manager-P (Government)
This position is contingent on contract award
Summary of Program/Project:
The mission provides technical support across The Combined Forces Command/United States Forces Korea. In summary, services include the following: Integration of information t echnology (IT) systems and services in direct support of CJ3 Directorate, oversight of operations throughout the Korea Theater of Operations (KTO) and managing the provision of near real-time, decision quality operational situational awareness of the KTO through the common operating picture (COP) to the entire CFC/USFK staff.
Maintain working knowledge of all server platforms required to establish the COP and administer them in order to ensure all available data feeds are presented for use on the command's COP servers. The contractor shall manage all server-hosted, applications-based processes and functions required to keep servers online in accordance with relevant directives and necessary to deliver the COP IAW regulations and CFC/USFK guidance.
Continually evaluate the COP server architecture and its suitability for providing the command COP in relation to the end user requirement within the command.
Identify architecture and system shortfalls within the environment, develop recommendations for mitigating shortfalls, and work with relevant government and military offices and service providers to ensure continued suitability for providing the command COP within the command.
Maintain all server and system-based data flows required to establish the COP. These include, but are not limited to, CSTs, mail formatted messages, S309 messages, and direct data flows from the Korea Naval Tactical Data System and the Allied Korean Joint Command and Control System.
Maintain all low to high and high to low data flows through cross domain solutions in order to establish required COPs within USFK, CFC, component commands, and to Pacific Command (PACOM).
Maintain functional end user knowledge on the command's COP viewing tool system of record and troubleshoot server and client application issues with its use. The contractor shall remain abreast of command shortfalls with the current software and work with necessary military and government offices in order to resolve them. The contractor shall maintain visibility on client and server software upgrades and ensure all paperwork and requirements are accomplished in order to remain current with higher headquarters guidance.
Coordinate and conduct thread testing with components to meet deliberate planning and coordination requirements for exercises, operations and contingency planning.
Bachelor's degree in Information Technology or seven (7) years or more of similar training and/or experience in related IT fields.
• Minimum 4 (Four) Years' experience with GCCS COP fusion and management tools
• Thorough understanding of COP fusion and management tools and relevant experience in COP management and operations support areas, along with solid understanding of and experience with networks, IT systems, and server platforms.
• Minimum Secret Security Clearance
Security Clearance Requirement: Secret
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology field required (preferably Master's)
Work Location: US Army Garrison- Camp Humphreys/Yongsan
This is not a comprehensive list of duties. Duties may change without notice at management's sole discretion.
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