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19 days ago

Cyber Security Trainer

US ARMY Alexandria, VA

• The Cyber Security Trainer/Administrator will design and deliver both general awareness and job-specific cyber security training sessions and… TheLadders.com


19 days ago

Cyber Fusion Analyst

US ARMY Alexandria, VA

• Support Sensor Management and Event Correlation by identifying trends and reporting that might indicate threats. • Assist Command… TheLadders.com


14 days ago

British Army - Communications Roles/Telecoms

Army United Kingdom

Join the Reserves: You receive the same training and gain the same skills and qualifications as a full time soldier - and you earn the same salary… TotalJobs.co.uk


30+ days ago

Computers & Information Technology Opportunities

United States Army Baton Rouge, LA +161 locations

The training and skills you receive in the Army can prepare you for a future with federal government agencies or companies that design and make… CareerBuilder


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    Pros

    30 days of paid leave per year
    4 day weekends on every national holiday (unless you get stuck on a duty)
    guaranteed pay check
    secure job
    benefits
    career growth opportunities
    GI bill
    Tuition assistance

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    possible deployments
    time away from family when training or deployed
    possible work related injuries

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