Serve part-time in the Information Dominance Corps Information Professional

Ensure that Navy technology systems remain operational, interoperable and effective.

There are now openings for Information Professionals in the Navy Reserve.

Industry: Military, Technology, Information, IT, Operations, Technology Security, Tactical

Type of Service: Part-time (Reserve Duty)

Type of Position: Officer in the Navy Reserve (college degree required)

About this Job: Information Professionals provide expertise in information, command and control and space systems through planning, acquisition, operation, maintenance and security of systems. In this role:

  • Utilize your expertise in information technology to ensure battlespace dominance and mission success
  • Lead the Navy’s network warfare missions developing tactics, techniques and procedures to realize tactical, strategic and business advantages afloat and ashore
  • Drive interoperability with Joint, Allied and Coalition partners
  • Build professional excellence through a continuum of education, training and certification, and achievement of successive milestone qualifications and experience
  • Optimizing Naval organization effectiveness through cutting-edge technologies, Knowledge Management techniques and a culture of innovation

Key Opportunities: Specialized training in the Navy Reserve prepares Information Professionals for credentialing, certification and/or licensure opportunities from a number of national boards and organizations. There are also these additional distinct professional advantages:

  • Pursue opportunities not readily available in civilian practice
  • Work in exciting locations across the U.S. or around the globe
  • Earn competitive pay, points toward retirement benefits and outstanding insurance options
  • Potential opportunity for further education at the Naval Postgraduate School in pursuit of a master’s or doctoral degree in one of many programs
  • Distinguish yourself with pride and respect as an Information Professional and Officer in the Navy Reserve

Furthermore, training in this community offers outstanding advantages that translate to many related civilian careers, such as a(n):

  • Data Communications Engineer
  • IS Consultant
  • Telecommunications Manager
  • Business Development Manager of Telecommunications
  • Technical Marketing Manager
  • Telecommunications Account Manager
  • Telecom Expense Management Communications Consultant
  • CIO (Chief Information Officer)

Qualifications and Requirements: Candidates must satisfy specific criteria that vary, depending upon whether currently serving, having served before or having never served.

  • U.S. citizenship: Required
  • Gender: Male or female
  • Age: 19 to 35
  • Degree: Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution, in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Information Systems, Systems Engineering or General Engineering
  • Passed Calculus I and II: Required
  • Physical fitness test: Required
  • Background investigation: Required
  • Service commitment: Minimum of three years of Reserve Duty

Learn more about Information Professional opportunities in the Navy Reserve – including details about responsibilities, training, career advantages and qualifications.