Korea – Seeking IT COP Specialists – Common Operational Picture

Korea, South Korea

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Seeking four (4) Common Operational Picture (COP) Specialists for work in South Korea.

These are contingent-upon-award positions.

Details about these positions:

Position Locations: Camp Humphreys/Yongsan, South Korea

Your Mission: Thorough understanding of COP fusion and management tools and relevant experience in COP management and operations support areas, along with solid understanding of and experience with networks, IT systems, and server platforms.

All positions require:

Minimum Secret Security Clearance, although the Lead CJ3 IT Systems Manager position requires Top Secret.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree strongly desired.

View jobs at the links above or send your resume to WGolden@IntelligenceCareers.com

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