Site Manager - Vicenza

Capstone Corporation

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Update day: 06-05-2023

Location: Vicenza Veneto

Category: Executive management


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Capstone Corporation is seeking a Site Manager for JMSC Spoke Site located at Vicenza, Italy. The Site Manager assists with exercise and training event planning, design, and evaluation using various Army and Joint Live, Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming capabilities provided via a network enclaves (e.g. Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability (JLCCTC), JCATS, LOTS, Virtual Battle Space (VBS), etc.). The Site Manager supervises the setup, configuration, and use of Virtual, Constructive, and Gaming simulations, the integration of and training with mission command systems, the use of local and wide area network architectures to train and educate Soldiers, leaders, and military units. The Site Manager serves as the principal point of contact with the government site lead in the task order and the supervisor for contractor employees assigned to the site. The Site Manager also acts as the functional or technical expert and supports various tasks and deliverables as a “working Site Manager”.

  • Performs task order management at the spoke site, with full authority to act on behalf of Capstone for all daily operation and related task order matters.
  • Manages the day-to-day workload for the team to ensure effective and efficient service is delivered.
  • Works with Government Site Lead to execute requirements and contract deliverables while managing personnel across the project teams and functional areas.
  • Works collaboratively with the Program Manager, other contract Site Leads, and contract technical and functional support personnel at multiple locations to provide end-to-end technical and functional support for simulation and Mission Command Systems (MCS) supporting training events and exercises.
  • Supports as a system engineer or network engineer the installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of constructive simulations, Virtual/Gaming-based simulations, database preparation and maintenance, scenario creation, simulation workstation operator training, network and system administration on simulation networks, and terrain, modeling and multi-media development.
  • Supports the installation, operation, and hardware/software maintenance for the JLCCTC and JLVC simulation federations.
  • Supports set-up, transition, and break down for all simulation activities.
  • Supervises contract staff to include surge support for all exercises and events. Tailors exercise support based on dynamic requirements and competing tasks.
  • Analyzes hardware, software, scenario stimulation, data collection, and after action review (AAR) requirements necessary to meet JMSC, JMRC, and supported unit training objectives.
  • Provides technical operations, setup and tear down of servers, systems and integration tools; maintaining RMF compliance; providing input to exercise design and technical planning products.
  • Supports other set-up, transition, and break down for all training and training support activities pertaining to this task order.
  • Participates in individual training, seminars, conferences, exercise/experiment planning events, site surveys, and exercise and training events and supports the planning and preparation processes and product development.
  • Augments other team members as required.
Basic Qualifications:
Minimum education and experience:
  • Must possess a Bachelor’s degree in an IT or network field, Management, Business Administration, Computer Science, Mathematics or related discipline plus 3 years of recent relevant technical experience; OR an Associate’s degree plus 7 years of recent experience; OR a major Industry Recognized networking certification plus 7 years of recent experience; OR 11 years of recent and relevant experience.
  • Three (3) years of experience on a US Military staff (Battalion or higher).
  • Three (3) years of experience in the management of projects or programs of similar size, scope and complexity.
  • Two (2) years of experience with military gaming and/or simulations, within the last five (5) years.
Minimum requirements:
  • If required to have elevated network accounts, possess DoD 8570.01M IAT II certification: CompTIA Security+ or higher Information Assurance certification.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Army constructive models and simulations.
  • Experience controlling medium to large unit training events and operations of MTC or similar organizations.
  • Experience with military training and training support at the Brigade or higher level.
  • Experience in operations and training requirements at Division or higher level.
  • Experience executing Mission Command training at battalion command level or higher.
  • Knowledge of virtual training simulators, constructive simulations, and with Army Games for Training.
  • Familiarity with Army Mission command Systems/platforms: BCCS, CPOF, DCGS-A, AMDWS, AFATDS.
  • Experience leading teams responsible for Engineering, Operating, Protecting, Maintaining, and Defending (EOPM&D) Government
  • Information Systems and associated network enclaves.
  • Possess a very high degree of attention to detail.
  • Capable of working at a computer terminal for extended periods.
  • Ability to work 12-hour shifts, day or night, for consecutive days up to 4 weeks.
  • Understanding interpersonal and written communication skills.
Minimum security clearance:
  • Must possess a DoD Secret security clearance with the ability to obtain Top Secret and SCI access.
EEO statement:
EOE minority/female/disability/veteran
Preferred Qualifications (Text Only): - Experience with project management - Experience configuring, operating, administering, troubleshooting and maintaining one or more of the following simulations and communications software: - Joint Land Component Commander Training Capability (JLCCTC) / Warfighter’s Simulation (WARSIM) / WARSIM Intelligence Model (WIM). - Joint Conflict and Tactical Simulation (JCATS) - Low Overhead Training System (LOTS) - Ability to develop, manage and troubleshoot simulation databases. - Detailed understanding of a server-client operating environment. - Fundamental understanding of Joint Simulation Protocol Analyzer (JSPA) software to include configuring various filters and playback log files. - Working knowledge of BIOS and RAID configurations to assist in troubleshooting - Experience with system and/or network administration and troubleshooting. - Experience working in a multiple-enclave environment with access to sensitive data. - Experience implementing information assurance measures in accordance with DoD requirements and regulations.
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Deadline: 20-06-2023

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