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IO / MISO Exercise Planner with Security Clearance

Lexington Solutions Group

This is a Contract position in Mcb Quantico, VA posted November 20, 2020.

Support the Marine Corps Information Operations Center (MCIOC) in the development of IO / MISO training and exercises. Duties and responsibilities include: – Provide support to MCIOC exercises from exercise design through execution and assessment
– Plan and incorporate MISO into Marine Corps collective and individual training via the Marine Corps Task List (MCTL), Mission Essential Task List (METL), and Training & Readiness (T&R) continuum and integrated into formal school Programs of Instruction and exercise Master Scenario Events Lists (MSELs)
– Analyze emerging MISO and Information Operations (IO) joint and service specific doctrine and recommend changes to maintain consistency and completeness.
– Support the integration of MISO throughout the USMC Training and Education continuum to support deploying MAGTF missions
– Develop IO and MISO Master Scenario Events Lists to support MAGTF Training events
– Provide planning and exercise evaluation support to training and certification exercises, and pre-deployment series training
– Perform as white cell member during MAGTF training events
– Provide MISO/IO related input to T&R manuals, conferences; attend Course Curriculum Review Board (CCRB) events
– Provide support to home-station training requirements, (e.g. individual and collective, sustainment, certification and validation) REQUIRED
– 3+ years of experience in MISO / IO
– Active Top Secret security clearance with current eligibility for access to Special Compartmented Information DESIRED
– Experience with MISO / IO training / exercise development
– Bachelors’ Degree
– Prior experience in Marine Corps operations
– 5+ years of MISO / IO experience
– Familiarity with the Marine Corps Training and Education Command procedures for training and readiness analysis