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Defense Critical Infrastructure Analyst

Government and Military

Budget Analyst


Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii, United States

Job Summary

Amentum is seeking a versatile and dedicated Critical Infrastructure Analyst to provide research, planning, and analytical support to U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM), Camp H.M. Smith, HI.

You will provide analysis to support planning, development, assessment, evaluation, and integration of USINDOPACOM and Service Component critical infrastructure lines of effort that focus on building resiliency to defined critical assets and supporting infrastructure in the USINDOPACOM AOR. This position also entails coordination with DoD entities to identify, report and record Baseline Elements of Information (BEIs) of applicable supporting infrastructure and assets in order to partner with appropriate government and private entities for vulnerability mitigation. To that end, identification of the applicable Non-DoD infrastructure and assets will reveal the appropriate federal, local government, private, commercial, and foreign partners for assessment and vulnerability reporting. You will coordinate through interagency teams, DoD Mission Assurance (MA) governance, and USINDOPACOM working groups to inform planning and influence resourcing and risk management.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Identification of (DoD/Non­DoD) interdependencies linking infrastructure systems across USINDOPACOM mission sets.
  • Support USINDOPACOM Mission Assurance Process through established program objectives and milestones with additional planning efforts in antiterrorism/force protection/ mission assurance assessments.
  • Prepare information papers and reports to inform Flag and General Officers on risk to critical assets and identified critical capabilities to USINDOPACOM missions and functions.
  • Participate and support critical infrastructure related conferences including those hosted by Joint Staff (JS) and Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense - Homeland Defense and Global Security (HD&GS) and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense - Defense Continuity and Mission Assurance (DC&MA).
  • Integrate and synchronize efforts of strategic national and theater level critical infrastructure programs; works with mission / asset owners to ensure infrastructure investment strategies reflect USINDOPACOM operational and strategic interests.
  • Identify and develop processes, procedures, and technology solutions that build a responsive situational awareness capability as well as the tools integral to supporting current and future operational planning execution.
  • Contribute to the sharing and understanding of MA risk management through a cross functional awareness of criticality, threat, vulnerability, and resilient mitigation.
  • Coordinate within staff (to include the Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC)) and with other DoD and Non-DoD agencies to include Combatant Commands, Military Services, and subordinate components; Federal and State agencies; Department of State.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • At least 7 years of experience in the DoD in a related field
  • Familiar with U.S. Cyber policies and foreign disclosure processes.
  • Knowledge of mission assurance, infrastructure protection and risk management reporting procedures, authorities, doctrine and procedures.
  • Familiarity with strategic and campaign plan documents, the USINDOPACOM Theater Campaign Plan and other Combatant Command OPLANS.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite products and SharePoint collaborative tools
  • Due to the nature of the work, must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must have an active Secret security clearance with the ability to obtain a Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of information assurance, cyber security, countering asymmetrical threats and hazards towards infrastructure and associated systems.
  • Previous experience working TS/SCI level projects.
  • Experience providing regularly scheduled project plans and status reports.
  • At least 2 years of experience in joint or senior command organizations, including USINDOPACOM and/or components.
  • Knowledge of USINDOPACOM missions, area of responsibility, infrastructure, operations and plans in order to analyze the role of existing / planned infrastructure supporting and enabling critical capability requirements for Mission Essential Tasks and Joint Functions to USINDOPACOM