Field Coordinator, Synthetic Internet for Training and Exercises (SITE) - #9804835

IDS International

Date: 2 weeks ago
City: Fort Bragg, NC
Contract type: Full time

Synthetic Internet for Training and Exercises (SITE) Field Coordinator Join our team at IDS Technology as a Synthetic Internet for Training and Exercises (SITE) Field Coordinator and immerse yourself in cutting-edge military exercises focused on Special Operations in the Information Environment. As a leader, you'll use your expertise to bring digital information to life, simulating a near-peer contested information environment to provide warfighters with real-life training. You'll work with US Military and other organizations to develop, plan, and coordinate scenarios, providing instruction, coaching, and subject matter expertise in the human domain and computer and network troubleshooting. With opportunities to travel to exercise sites and provide remote support, this role offers a dynamic and exciting environment to hone your skills and make a meaningful impact. Apply your knowledge of relevant technologies and expertise in SOF, Cyber, PSYOP, Intel, SPACE and Civil Affairs to this unique challenge. Embrace the chance to push the boundaries of Information Advantage, developing innovative solutions and advancing the field. Join us at IDS, where we believe in resolving conflict through innovative approaches and technical solutions.

Why IDS?

IDS believes in resolving conflict and building innovative approaches to do so. Combining operational expertise with an intimate understanding of today’s greatest challenges to bring our customers the technical solutions required for success in a complex and multi-domain world.

Synthetic Internet for Training and Exercises (SITE),a product of IDS Technology Government Services, is a digital training solution that provides a full-range, free-play, immersive, realistic, and scalable simulated Information Advantage environment where warfighters simultaneously train on full-spectrum cyberspace, Electronic Warfare, and social media analytics during integrated and multi-domain exercises.


  • You are the main Program Manager and Spokesperson interacting with USASOC on Ft. Bragg with a hybrid of an on-site and remote team in support.
  • Become the Subject Matter Expert on SITE platform
  • Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies and subject areas.
  • Display subject matter expertise in SOF, Cyber, PSYOP, Intel, or Civil Affairs and its relevance to Multi-Domain Operations and/and Operations in the Information Environment.
  • Work with our technical team to learn how to build and design websites within SITE that enrich an exercise scenario’s Operational Environment.
  • Travel to exercise locations as required. Travel and accommodation accommodations to/at training locations are provided for the assignment period (typically 1-4 weeks).
  • Computer and networking troubleshooting with customers, including and server connection diagnosis, token authentication errors, and basic user support. Be able to communicate issues to the remote Technical Support Team and Software Developers and manage troubleshooting ticketing from identification to resolution.
  • Perform research on various social media platforms; develop and incorporate replicated platforms and associated input/outputs into scenario planning, execution, and assessment.
  • Demonstrate that you know the problems that clients are facing in the innovation and growth of Information Advantage with real examples from your experience. Convince customers that there are challenges they may not yet have identified (or at least understood could be solved) 
  • Identify which of our use cases match the client’s pain points, enabling USASOC to help compile a list of requirements, capabilities, MOP/MOEs, and improve their experience with SITE.
  • Surface new product development opportunities and/or issues with current solution & own feedback loop to the product team and roadmap 
  • Monitor KPIs and ARR growth. Prepare reports, briefs, and documents to support event scenario development.
  • Oversee OPFOR (red) and population (grey) activity on social media and civilian internet activity, ensuring MSEL/scenario development is accurately portrayed online.
  • Strong understanding of layered effects between Kinetic Operations, Information Operations, Full-spectrum Cyberspace Operations, Electronic Warfare, SIGINT, SPACE, and MILDEC.
  • Understand and demonstrate the TTP’s and concepts of social media weaponization.
  • Define and develop innovative Information Advantage capabilities that integrate advanced analytics and concepts of operation into the exercise scenario.
  • Plan and create visual information products that communicate assigned information objectives and illustrate assigned messages to inform OPSGRP and the training audience.
  • Gather open-source and controlled intelligence to develop a predictive understanding of adversarial strategies, priorities, and overlapping interests.
  • Plan, develop, and disseminate digital information content into the rotational scenario in a closed internet environment, such as tweets, blogs, news articles, propaganda, Facebook profiles, images, and videos.
  • Develop and publish Open-Source Enterprise style Daily Social Media Alerts to be used by training units and exercise control groups for scenario development and inclusion in AARs to demonstrate the tangible confluence of the physical and digital environments.
  • Establish a community and facilitate interaction to identify opportunities for collaboration and sharing.
  • Create presentations and marketing material to articulate the program.

Required Qualifications:

  • Active Top Secret clearance.
  • Ability to travel up to 50%
  • Familiarity with Direct Action, Counterterrorism, Unconventional Warfare, Foreign Internal Defense, Psychological Operations, Civil Affairs, Multi-Media Production, and Special Operations Forces.
  • Experience working with tactical to enterprise-scale clients, especially within USASOC.
  • Familiarity with exercise planning and management
  • Special Operations Forces experience in both intelligence and operations
  • Demonstrated working knowledge of computer networking, including Local Area Networks (LAN) and Cloud Networks
  • Eight (8) years demonstrated experience in an intelligence discipline, civil affairs, ODA, Joint SOF, or psychological operations working in the DoD or IC, or six (6) years demonstrated experience working in a field related to OSINT research, J39X, Non-standard communications, cyberspace operations, collection management, or analysis or the exploitation of publicly available information or social media.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Degree from an accredited college; preferred degree in Computer Science or Information Technology
  • CompTIA Network+
  • CompTIA Sec+

Computer Skills:

  • Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office tools (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Working knowledge of WordPress, VPNs, and HTML

Employee may be required to occasionally lift and/or move moderate amounts of weight, typically less than 20 pounds, but may vary depending on the position. Regular and predictable attendance is essential.

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by federal, state, and local law.

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