• Exploitation Operations (OPs) Planner

    Posted Date 1 month ago(4/25/2018 1:14 PM)
    # of Openings
    Location Type
    OCONUS Remote [High-risk, CANNOT bring Family]
    KW-Kuwait City
  • Overview


    Envistacom is a privately held technology company that provides counterterrorism, cybersecurity and communication solutions to the U.S. aerospace, defense and intelligence communities. Customers rely on us to improve the performance of their communication networks and mission-critical systems, so they can use them and the data they carry to identify and defeat global threats.  

    This position serves as the US Army Central (USARCENT) Exploitation Operations Planner assigned to the CJTF-OIR CJ36 Chief of Protection.  The candidate will serve as a senior operational planner. The candidate will provide subject matter expertise to conduct mission analysis and operational design for current and future operations, emergent threats and intelligence that support exploitation activities in support of USARCENT. Conduct data analysis and provide quality control analysis, on behalf of the US Government, of deliberate and contingency planning, functional plan development and validation, coordination, and integration in conjunction with Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational (JIIM) partners.  Review and provide coordinated input to strategic and operational plans, contingency plans, operations orders, execution orders, fragmentary orders, strategic operational analysis reports, strategic and operational policy reports, requests for forces, DoD directives and guidance, and other documentation that supports strategic operations research, analysis, and policy development.



    • Coordinate exploitation operations with the Interagency Groups, to include the Dept. of State, to ensure all equities are considered.
    • Provide guidance, oversight, and short – long term forecasting of information collection and policies as they pertain to Captured Enemy Material (CEM), Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (CIED), and other materials of value.
    • Evaluating risk versus gain of proposed Exploitation initiatives in terms of U.S. National, Theater and Local interest in the operational environments covered.
    • Identifying and analyzing incoming exploitation analytical data, current intelligence reports, data base links, and operational feedback for verification, integration and exploitation of data used in identity management capabilities.
    • Coordinates with Component Commanders and staffs to ensure all personnel assigned to information operation teams have the required skill sets and receive appropriate training and maintain operational proficiency with exploitation software and tool sets, Cellular phone exploitation equipment, Biometric quick capture devices, web portals, and supportive software applications, and other hardware/software as upgrades evolve into the system and enterprise.
    • Responsible for plans, manuals, guideline, reports, exercises and engagement activities, managing and coordinating mission support activity, as well as providing administrative support as required  



    • 10+ years relevant experience to include knowledge of current CIED concepts and current Army Exploitation Policy.
    • Experience with operational-level planning.
    • Must be familiar with the tools, techniques and procedures related to Exploitation enabling capabilities is a plus.
    • Must have prior experience supporting the US Military. Recent operational experience in OEF, OIF or Operation New Dawn within the last three years is a plus.   



    Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k+match 


    Envistacom is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Envistacom provides equal employment opportunity for all persons, in all facets of employment and maintains a drug free workplace and performs pre-employment substance abuse testing and background checks. We encourage minorities, women, veterans, LGBT and disabled individuals to apply.


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