Description SAIC is seeking a Cyberspace Subject Matter Expert with an active TS/SCI Polygraph to support our USCYBERCOM J3 program at Ft. Meade in Maryland. The Cyberspace SME will serve as the Subject Matter Expert and Desk Lead for the USCYBERCOM Coordination and Deconfliction Desk. The successful candidate will possess an in-depth knowledge on subjects relating to the conduct, activities, governance, business practices, or operation of USCYBERCOM and should be able to works independently without supervision and possesses understanding and has wide experience in the application of technical principles, theories, and concepts in the required technical field, and has full knowledge of other related disciplines. Additional responsibilities may include:
- Providing extensive technical knowledge and analysis of exceptionally complex problems that need extensive knowledge of the subject matter for effective development and implementation of solutions. Provides technical solutions to a wide range of complex problems related to Cyber Coordination and Deconfliction.
- Providing technical expertise in a particular area of IT (e.g., Information Systems Architecture, Telecommunications Systems Design, Architecture, Implementation, Information Systems Integration, Software Development Methodologies, Security Engineering, Communications, Network Systems Management, etc.) or a specific USCYBERCOM functional area (e.g., logistics, cyberspace operations research, joint operation planning, policy, technical intelligence, etc.).
- Exhibiting an expert support, analysis, and research with only broad direction into exceptionally complex problems and processes relating to the subject matter. Serves as technical expert on high-level project teams providing technical direction, interpretation, and alternatives.
- Working under only general direction, thinks independently, and demonstrates superior written and oral communications skills. Independently determines and develops approaches to solutions and develops solutions that are imaginative, thorough, practicable, and consistent with organizational objectives.