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Nuclear Command, Control and Communications (NC3) Subject Matter Expert

Description LinQuest is seeking an NC3 SME to join our team in Odenton, MD.  The NC3 SME/Senior Technical Lead for conducting system-of-systems engineering of secure and survivable communications solution under all possible environmental conditions to join our team at our Odenton location   Duties and Responsibilities Participates in technical discussion with Government customers to evaluate, document, and recommend changes to old/new procedures. Supports analyzing issue and developing paper and/or electronic versions of various EAP-CJCS volumes and their associated Annexes, and other Nuclear C3 plans and procedures related tasks as required. Requirements Required Skills: Technical and operational understanding of nuclear C3 SATCOM to include the space segment, terminal segment, and control segment (e.g., AEHF, MILSTAR, DSCS/JRSC, etc.) Understanding of, and experience with operations and technical characteristics of nuclear C3 systems to include strategic communications systems, sensor and radar systems, and communications systems deployed at nuclear command centers and on nuclear capable platforms. U.S. Citizenship and Active TS/SCI is required to be considered for this position   Preferred Skills: Thorough understanding of national policy, DOD/Joint Staff guidance, and technical performance criteria requirements regarding nuclear C3 operations.   Required Experience:  Bachelor's Degree in a technical area Experience with NLCC infrastructure/nuclear C3 Emergency Action Messaging/transmission modes; nuclear technical performance criteria (NTPC) protocols.   Preferred Experience: Extensive experience with nuclear C3 missions, systems, and operational procedures currently used with the strategic nuclear capable forces in support of presidential and joint staff nuclear communications Demonstrated ability to prepare nuclear C3 analysis, documentation, and reports.  #3613
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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