Camber Corporation Senior Telecom Analyst - 15476 in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait


Senior Telecom Analyst


  • The selected applicants will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

  • Active Secret security clearance.

  • Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, technical certifications or training, or work experience.

  • Minimum of five years’ directly-related experience in network analysis and administration.

  • Knowledge of signal operations concepts and principles, Command SOPs, and Command practices to support the missions of the 160th Signal Brigade or Battalions by being able to review, analyze, and advise in the resolution of complex and difficult signal operations as part of a larger war-fighting operation .

  • In-depth knowledge of Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 3-0 and Tasking orders and how they relate to the overall mission.

  • Ability to brief senior officers in formal and informal settings; Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO)/Officer Battalion, Brigade, Division staff experience a plus.

  • Knowledge of ADP 5-0, the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP), and staff estimates. Know how to work as part of a military planning staff.

  • Experience with Army Information Technology and Management policy, and in some instances, policies and practices of other agencies, industry, or other sources of technical data in order to determine the best way to support exercise and operational requirements.

  • Experience with organization, missions, and personnel of other agencies and activities such as NETCOM staff elements, ARCENT, Coalition/Joint Task Force (CJTF)-Kuwait, the Coalition Land Forces Component Command (CFLCC), and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Central Command (DISA-CENT), sufficient to coordinate signal operations matters related to exercise, mobilization, and operational requirements.

  • Ability to communicate technical signal operations and planning issues in a clear, understandable manner to support the Government with effective management; ability to brief high level officials on recommended courses of action and resources; ability to prepare reports and other documents; and ability to participate in working groups, meetings, and conferences.

  • Ability to evaluate, integrate, and initiate plans, programs, and actions related signal operations to adequately portray and present findings.

  • Familiar with the DOD Architecture Framework - experience designing and documenting enterprise Network and IT/IS systems in accordance with the DOD Architecture Standards required.

  • Experience with senior-level network administration, Tier II and III assistance to major networks is required.

  • Knowledge of signal operations concepts and principles, Command SOPs, and Command practices to support the missions of the 160th Signal Brigade or Battalions by being able to review, analyze, and advise in the resolution of complex and difficult signal operations as part of a larger war-fighting operation .


  • Responsible for the design and development of voice, video, radio-frequency, and/or data communications networks.

  • Conduct staff planning actions including integration with the war fighter operational plan, pertaining to one or more assigned telecommunications and information systems in Southwest and Central Asia theater of operations, such as tracking telecommunications services to support operational requirements; identification and resolution of operational needs and problems; optimization of resources; and intense support for emergency or urgent telecommunications requirements.

  • Provide planning, coordination and monitoring of exercises to assure achievement of system objectives, responsive implementation, and satisfactory operation.

  • Provide analysis of plans and orders of subordinate units to ensure Brigade or Battalions objectives and standards will be met.

  • Coordinate synchronized operations with other units and staff section.

  • Perform tracking and coordination of multiple operations and projects spanning the AOR.

  • Provide planning and coordinating formal and informal site surveys for projects requiring Engineering support.

  • Prepare and recommend Courses of Action (COAs) to the S-3 and staff on operation and project related issues.

  • Provide updates on current and future operations and projects to include time and resources available to the Brigade or Battalions staff.

  • Prepare and present reports and briefings to the Brigade or Battalions staff.

  • Readiness Reporting: Collect, consolidate and prepare Readiness data and provide to the Brigade or Battalions Staff.

  • Collect and consolidate training data for the Brigade or Battalions staff. Provide Training status reports and briefings. Synchronize training resources.

  • Prepare Serious Incident Reports (SIRs) to be reviewed by the S-3 and forwarded to higher commands.

  • Track and disseminate to command and archive all Army Actions (ALARACT).

  • Conduct pre and post site surveys of Engineering and Installation (E&I) projects and provide a written report of finding and engineering guidance to the 160th Signal Brigade and its subordinate Battalion HQs.

About Us

Camber is now part of the Integrated Mission Solutions Group of Huntington Ingalls Industries Technical Solutions Division.

Camber Corporation employs a diverse mix of skilled professionals who apply their knowledge and experience to creating innovative new solutions for a variety of Government, commercial, and international customers.

Founded as an 8(a) company in 1990, Camber Corporation’s management had the entrepreneurial vision to recognize how existing and emerging technologies could help solve long-standing as well as newly identified problems in the public sector market.

Camber’s initial success with our first customers brought additional work resulting in the hiring of energetic and creative new employees. Within five years, Camber was named to Inc. ’s list of fastest growing companies in the United States (1995, 1996) specializing in: Aviation Sensors and Simulations; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) research and development; training and logistical support; project management using Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS); training; and information technology support.

Camber graduated from its 8(a) status in 1998 and has continued to add highly specialized capabilities to its portfolio of services to include: Agile Software Engineering & IT; All Hazards; Modeling, Simulation and Training; Unmanned Systems, Intelligence Analysis and Operations; and Engineering and Management. We are accredited in national and international standards, including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 20000, and CMMI ML-3, and use these standards to ensure our services and products are consistent and of the highest quality.

Camber Corporation is headquartered in Huntsville, AL with a major workforce concentration in the Washington D.C. / National Capital Region and other locations in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Camber Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled