Senior Advisor - Iraq National Security Strategy
Culmen International is recruiting for three Senior Advisors who will work with the Government of Iraq (GOI) to implement the GOI’s national security strategy. These Advisors support the Department of State’s Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) and will work as a team undertaking quarterly visits to and quarterly work in Baghdad, Iraq. Some work will be performed remotely as well.
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Through GDRP, the United States seeks to provide an intermittent advisory team to the Government of Iraq’s (GOI) Working Group on Defense and International Security (WG) as part of the GOI’s overall security sector reform (SSR) framework. The Advisory Team will work with the WG on the GOI’s overall security sector reform framework. The Advisory Team will work to ensure that the GOI’s SSR Committee increases utilization of the WG system to target and support the rollout of select strategic reforms tied to the NSS. The Advisory Team will work to improve inter-ministerial communication and internal policy development with respect to proposed internal reforms and their implementation timelines.
The roles and responsibilities of each advisor include but are not limited to:
Basic Qualifications of each of the three advisors:
Preferred Additional Qualifications:
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Sincerus Global Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are seeking three experienced, professional senior advisors who will work on an intermittent schedule throughout the year advising the Government of Iraq in the area of Security Sector Reform. The Advisors will work directly with the MOD, MOI and Counter-Terror Service (CTS) senior leadership to help them achieve milestones and objectives outlined in their National Security Strategy.
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Senior Intermittent Security Sector Reform Advisors to the Government of Iraq
Security Clearance Requirement: Secret
Citizenship: United States
Place of performance: Baghdad Embassy Complex and the Green Zone on an intermittent basis and telework at home of record for the remainder of the time.
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Sincerus is looking for experienced professionals to provide expert advisory services to support the U.S. Department of State's Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) within the Government of Iraq's (GOI) Security Sector. Through GDRP, the United States seeks to provide three (3) intermittent advisory team members to the GOI's Working Group on Defense and International Security (WG) as part of the GOI's overall security sector reform (SSR) framework. The WG is designed to facilitate Security Sector Reform (SSR) involving the Ministries of Defense (MOD) and Interior (MOI), the Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) and the Office of the National Security Advisor (ONSA) in concert with guidance from the Prime Minister's High Committee on Security Sector Reform (the GOI's SSR Committee) to support the update and implementation of Iraq's new National Security Strategy (NSS).
The GDRP is a US State Department-funded program that, in close coordination with US Department of Defense, focuses on assisting Partner Nations with defense reform and civil-military institutional capacity building efforts. Advisors will serve intermittently during a twelve-month period advising the GOI's MoD, MoI, CTS. During a 12-month period, advisors will serve 4 quarterly cycles. Each cycle will involve 1 month in the U.S., 1 month in Baghdad, and 1 month off.
The intermittent advisory team will work with many key GOI national security organizations; including, but not limited to the MOD, Ministry of Interior, Counter-terrorism Service, and the Office of the National Security Advisor as appropriate, to support a professional, transparent, and efficient organization capable of implementing Iraq's new NSS. Additionally, the intermittent advisory team will coordinate with the European Union Assistance Mission-Iraq, NATO Mission-Iraq, and other international partners as part of the WG, providing effective support and assistance to the GOI.
REQUIRED Qualifications for Senior SSR Advisors (Iraq) focused on National Security Strategy
The Advisors shall be qualified for the work performed as documented by education, certifications, licenses, permits, test reports, judgments, and similar documentation. At a minimum, the Advisors shall possess the following qualifications:
PREFERRED Qualifications for Senior SSR Advisors (Iraq) focused on National Security Strategy
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This position is in support of the State Department's Global Defense Reform Program (GDRP) which is a flexible program that seeks to enhance partner nation security sector governance and institutional capacity at the service, ministerial, and national levels to ensure security is provided in an effective, transparent, and accountable manner.
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Senior Cybersecurity Advisor Argentina
Place of performance: Buenos Aires
Culmen International is recruiting for a Senior Advisor who will support the Argentine Ministry of Defense and Joint Staff to increase their cybersecurity capacity.
The Senior Advisor will provide expert guidance and training as well as advice and technical assistance needed to develop and implement cyber reforms and policies at the Joint Staff. The Senior Advisor shall also advise the Ministry of Defense and support effective interagency coordination on cybersecurity within the Government of Argentina, as required.
Role and Responsibilities
The Senior Advisor will be embedded with the Argentine MoD in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Senior Advisor shall work with the Argentine MoD, CCCD, and other (GoA) entities to assist in building the capacity of the CCCD, improve cyber security within the MoD, and develop joint cyber defense coordination within the service branches and interagency.
a. Master’s degree in areas such as Public Administration, Business, International Relations, Computer Science, Cybersecurity or a similar field AND at least six (6) years of U.S. military and/or U.S. civilian professional experience with cybersecurity, including but not limited to experience as a former officer or government official in the field of Cyber Programs (Programming/Execution) or Cyber Strategy (Planning/Programming), at least at the O-5 or FS-02/GS-14 level or industry equivalent,
a Bachelor’s degree in the aforementioned areas and at least ten (10) years of prior professional experience working in the relevant specialized discipline(s).
b. Have reached, at a minimum, the rank of O-5 in the military or equivalent in a civilian capacity (i.e., FS-02/GS-14 or industry equivalent).
c. Minimum of two (2) years’ experience developing cybersecurity and cyber defense strategy, policy, or procedures.
d. Minimum three (3) years’ prior experience advising foreign governments or militaries.
e. Demonstrated understanding of cybersecurity challenges in emerging markets.
f. Fluency in Spanish in professional and technical environments, including speaking, writing, reading, and listening at a level equivalent to a Foreign Service Institute 3/3 or DLPT 2+/2+/2+.
g. Minimum three (3) prior years’ experience working in the Latin America on defense or national security projects.
h. Minimum two (2) years of experience working either on Joint Staff or another Major Staff, or within the Office of the Secretary of Defense or equivalent cyber-responsible office in the Department of Defense.
i. Minimum two (2) years of experience in establishing and institutionalizing cyber programs and processes inclusive of the management structure, procedures, and skills necessary to develop defense or national security plans in the cyber domain.
j. Ability to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance issued by the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) prior to contract/task order performance.
k. U.S. citizen.
a. Minimum one (1) year demonstrating experience conducting negotiations in a business or advisory setting or formal training in negotiations.
b. Minimum one (1) year demonstrating experience in cyber defense and IT security at the national and inter-ministerial level.
c. Prior demonstrated experience leading cybersecurity capacity building initiatives in a bilateral and/or multilateral environment.