US Army Network Defender (Will Train)

US Army - Antioch, CA

Full-time | Part-time

THIS IS A POSITION IN THE US ARMY. A CAREER THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED, WE TEACH YOU HOW TO DO THE JOB YOU CHOOSE. YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR A $40,000 BONUS. CONTRACTS RANGE FROM 2,3,4 OR 6 YEARS (YOU CHOOSE).

Overview

The cyber network defender performs specialized computer network defense duties, including infrastructure support, incident response, auditing and managing. The cyber network defender also protects against and detects unauthorized activity in the cyberspace domain and uses a variety of tools to analyze and respond to attacks.

Job Duties

  • Tests, implements and deploys infrastructure hardware and software
  • Responds to crisis or urgent situations within the network to mitigate immediate and potential cyber threats
  • Uses defensive measures and information collected from a variety of sources to identify, analyze, and report events that occur or might occur within the network in order to protect information, information systems, and networks from threats
  • Provides detailed analysis reports as necessary
  • Uses mitigation, preparedness, and response and recovery approaches as needed.
  • Conducts assessments of threats and vulnerabilities

BE GREAT AND LEARN SOMETHING NEW.

OVER 150 DIFFERENT JOBS TO MAKE YOU STRONGER

The Army offers a wide variety of Military Occupational Specialties to start you on your career path.

-Administrative Support

-Intelligence and Combat Support

-Legal and Law Enforcement

-Mechanics

-Computers and Technology

-Medical and Emergency

-Construction and Engineering

-Transportation and Aviation

-Combat

BENEFITS THAT LAST A LIFETIME

The training and salary you get as a Soldier

The Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers. Learn More are only some of the ways the Army strengthens you for tomorrow. The Army also offers money for education, comprehensive health care, generous vacation time, family services and support groups, special pay for special duties and cash allowances to cover the cost of living.

EARNING MONEY IN THE ARMY

The Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers. Learn More in the U.S. Army earns a salary. On top of that, there are allowances, bonuses and educational benefits that you may qualify for.

EDUCATION BENEFITS

If you’re planning on attending college, the Army can help you on your way. You can earn up to full tuition through scholarships and dozens of financial aid programs. Learn about the GI Bill, loan repayment programs and more.

Plan For Your Future

If you want to attend college after a career in the Army, you will have access to a long list of resources and financial assistance benefits that you can use to focus on your degree, not on how to pay for it.

  • The GI Bill
  • Financial Aid and Other Programs

Go To College Now

Do you want to attend college as soon as possible? The Army Reserve

The Army Reserve is more like a part-time job that enables you to keep your civilian career while you continue to train near home and serve your country. Learn More and Reserve Officers. Commissioned Officers are the managers, problem solvers, key influencers and planners who lead Enlisted Soldiers in all situations. Learn More' Training Corps (ROTC Army Reserve Officer Training Corps enables students to enroll in elective leadership and military courses at colleges and universities in addition to their required courses. Learn More) will allow you to attend school full time, without interruption, and provide you with financial assistance to cover your tuition.

Your Education in the Army Reserve

  • Earn a Degree, Become an Officer
  • Army Reserve Financial Aid Benefits

Post-Graduate Scholarships

If you have already earned your undergraduate degree, and you're interested in a post-graduate degree in medicine, law or the seminary, you may qualify for merit-based scholarships that will help you on your way.

HEALTH CARE & VACATION, COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE, GENEROUS TIME OFF

The Army is committed to the well being of the community of people who serve and stand ready to defend the nation. Soldiers and their families receive comprehensive health care, life insurance and generous vacation time.

Health Care

As a Soldier the Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers. Learn More, you and your family are entitled to service members group life insurance automatically covered by a comprehensive HMO-type military health-care plan called TRICARE that provides medical and dental care at little or no cost.

TRICARE enrollees receive most health care at a Military Treatment Facility, where a primary care manager supervises their care. The Army health-care team is one of the biggest health-care networks in the world, utilizing state-of-the-art technology in world-renowned facilities.

A network of “preferred” or “in-network” providers adds to the services offered at MTFs. Soldiers and their families are free to make appointments with any authorized provider.

Separate programs are available for Soldiers and their families who are on remote assignment or overseas.

Life Insurance

Service members' Group Life Insurance is a program of low-cost group life insurance for active duty; Active Duty is similar to working at a full-time civilian job. Learn More and Army Reserve. The Army Reserve is more like a part-time job that enables you to keep your civilian career while you continue to train near home and serve your country.Learn More Soldiers. SGLI coverage is available in $10,000 increments up to the maximum of $400,000. SGLI premiums are currently $.065 per $1,000 of insurance, regardless of the member's age.

Vacation

Time off in the form of Army leave is an important component of Soldier

The Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers. Learn More life and well-being. Soldiers on active duty; Active Duty is similar to working at a full-time civilian job. Learn More receive:

30 days vacation earned annually

  • Weekends free*
  • National holidays*
  • Sick days as needed

AFTER THE ARMY

Some Soldiers choose to build lifelong careers in the Army. Others decide to pursue opportunities in jobs outside the military. The valuable military training and experience one receives during their time of service often makes finding a job after the Army considerably easier. Whatever path you choose, the Army supports your decision with programs and guidance to help you succeed in post-military careers.

TRANSITIONING FROM SOLDIER TO CIVILIAN

After their term of service, the Army helps Soldiers transition back into civilian life. Every Army post has an Army Career and Alumni Program center to help Soldiers prepare for futures after the Army. Career counselors are on hand to help Soldiers craft résumés, network with employers and determine post-Army careers that best utilize the skills learned as a Soldier the Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers.

ENLISTING FOR POST ARMY CAREER SUCCESS

The Partnership for Youth Success (PaYS) Program, a partnership between the U.S. Army and a cross section of American corporations and public sector agencies, provides an opportunity to serve the country while simultaneously preparing for the future. Soldiers and ROTC

Army Reserve Officer Training Corps enables students to enroll in elective leadership and military courses at colleges and universities in addition to their required courses. Cadets are guaranteed a job interview and possible employment with a PaYS partner of their choice. It’s a valuable benefit that the Army is proud to offer.

EARNING PROFESSIONAL TRAINING CERTIFICATES

As a Soldier the Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers. Learn More working in an Army job, you will have many opportunities to earn professional and trade certifications. These certifications will give you specialized skills and help you excel in a civilian career.

BECOME A TEACHER AFTER THE ARMY

If you're interested in a career as a teacher following your Army service, the Army's Troops to Teachers program can help. You'll receive help identifying teacher certification requirements, programs leading to certification and employment opportunities.

RETIRING FROM AN ARMY CAREER

When you retire from the Army, there are many valuable benefits available to you. Retiree benefits can help you pay for college, buy a home, purchase life insurance or find a job.

RETIREMENT SAVINGS PLAN

As a Soldier the Army has three categories of Soldiers: Enlisted Soldiers, Warrant Officers and Commissioned Officers. Learn More, you are eligible to participate in a 401(k)-type retirement savings and investment plan. The Thrift Savings Plan is sponsored by the federal government and offers the same type of savings and tax benefits that many corporations offer employees. An optional program, TSP enables you to contribute up to 100 percent of your pay each pay period, up to the limits established by the Internal Revenue Code. If you contribute to the TSP from your basic pay, you may also contribute from 1 to 100 percent of any incentive or special pay (including bonus pay) you receive. TSP contributions are either tax-deferred or tax-exempt, which means that the money you contribute is taken out of your pay before federal and state income taxes are withheld, a feature that regular savings accounts cannot offer.

CALL OR TEXT 925-852-7581 TO TALK TO YOUR LOCAL ARMY CAREER COUNSELOR ABOUT WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU!

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $30,000.00 to $85,000.00 /year

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Required)

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $30,000.00 to $85,000.00 /year