The Kenjya-Trusant Group is seeking a Offensive Cyber Weapon System Manager to provide support to Headquarters Air Combat Command (HQ ACC) at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia. Support includes a full range of Information Warfare training and operations, Information Systems & Operations, Communications, Administrative Support, and Knowledge Based Services across the air, space, and cyber domains.
Clearance Requirement - Top Secret
- Provide at least monthly briefings to branch leadership on the status of all open requirements for OCO mission systems
- Monitor performance of OCO mission systems and operations crews and identify positive/negative trends and the ability of current systems to meet mission needs.
- Identify, deficiencies impacting operations or system performance.
- Prepare briefings, position papers, background papers, talking papers, and other products for government employees to use in advocating solutions to operational requirements or mission system and/or crew deficiencies.
- Capture, clarify, validate, and ensure completeness of OCO mission system requirements for delivery to A5/2K for solution resourcing.
- As part of the OCO Weapon System Team track and attend A5/2K meetings, working groups, etc., in which OCO mission systems require representation and ensure system development efforts meet requirements, fielding is synchronized with operational tempo, receiving units are postured to incorporate and employ new capabilities as efficiently as possible, and the formal training unit is postured and resources to implement initial qualification training on new capabilities.
- Coordinate on the sufficiency of operational test activities supporting the fielding of new systems or modifications/upgrades to existing systems. Make recommendations to branch leadership to improve testing where planned, or on going testing, is insufficient to assess whether or not the performance of a system meets operational requirements. Monitor developmental testing and operational testing activities in close coordination with A5/2K, the PMO, and testing squadrons.
- Coordinate on, and make recommendations to leadership, on whether or not to accept a fielding recommendation based on the results of completed testing.
- Create Integrated Master Schedules through creating project schedules for work that must be done to organize forces, develop and implement training for them, and present them and merging them with those of a program office developing the capability(ies) those forces with receive and be trained to employ. If the program office does not produce a delivery schedule, coordinate to capture relevant development tasks for documentation on the IMS.
- Provide periodic, as determined by leadership, updates on the status of work specified in each IMS for each capability development effort.
THE KENJYA-TRUSANT GROUP, LLC is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business that was established in 2015 as a merger between The Kenjya Group, Inc. and Trusant Technologies, LLC. Our mission is to implement, support and protect the nation’s advanced technology systems, business processes and high-technology facilities. Working with the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, the Intelligence Community, state and local governments, and commercial clients, Kenjya-Trusant provides cyber protection, information technology, engineering, construction management and acquisition support services. We are a small company with big company benefits, including Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, Bonus Potential, Flexible Spending Account, Life Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Paid Time Off, and a culture of teamwork and continuous learning. Come grow with us!
- Must have current TS/SCI eligibility.
- Bachelors’ degree in computer science, computer engineering, or cybersecurity, OR 5 years’ experience conducting penetration testing against commercial or government entities OR 5 years offensive cyberspace operations experience in the military. Masters’ degree in one of the above listed programs preferred.
- Minimum of two (2) years' experience with Air Force NAF, MAJCOM, HAF, USCYBERCOM, and/or joint staff functions. Preferably within the J/A3 or J/A5 directorate.
- Working knowledge of Project Management either in government or corporate settings.
- Experience and working knowledge of Department of Defense
- Ability in Atlassian products such as Confluence and JIRA
- Knowledge of United States Government (USG) program requirements principles, directives, methodologies, and approaches used in developing, managing, conducting, and tracking system requirements and policy and guidance.
- Knowledge of United States Government (USG) cyberspace training principles, directives, methodologies, and approaches used in developing, managing, and conducting training programs and events.
- Knowledge agile IT system development principles and methodologies, to include but not limited to the Scaled Agile Framework
- Understand how operational offensive cyber missions are planned and executed across each mission system.
- Knowledge of MITRE ATT&CK or similar hacking methodologies framework
- Be able to articulate the process used to execute initial access operations to gain entry into computer and network systems both remote and locally. To include but not limited to remote techniques such as Man-on-the-Side, Man-in-the-Middle, and target-triggered (e.g. phishing).
- Articulate processes hacker use to execute code and run commands on target systems environments, paired with tactics, techniques, and procedures tactics to steal data, affect data or systems, and maneuver through a network
- Describe various process for maintaining persistence within a network
- Articulate privilege escalation tactics, techniques and procedures
- Understand and be able to discuss concepts for evading network defenses to include, but not limited to evading endpoint security software, Windows and common Linux operating system security features, logging (local and remote), network detection and prevention systems, web proxies, and e-mail gateways.
- Be able to discuss harvesting and cracking various types of credentials
- Understand how hackers conduct reconnaissance of target networks for initial access planning and lateral movement within a network
- Articulate tactics, techniques and procedures for lateral movement in a network.
- Describe TTPs hackers use to remain anonymous if their activity is detected.
- Understand and describe a broad level of command and control techniques used to operate malicious software embedded in targeted networks and systems.
- Describe tactics, techniques and procedure for exfiltrating data from a network.
- Be able to apply knowledge of gaining and maintaining unauthorized and unnoticed access to computer systems, networks and systems attached to them to assist in the development, maintenance, and execution of training programs and systems used to train operations crews to conduct those activities from fielded mission systems to a specified level of proficiency.