This candidate will conduct studies, analysis, assessments and lessons learned for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) and offensive and defensive cyberspace operations processes and capabilities to increase the readiness of the Air Force Information Warfare (IW) enterprise at the operational level of engagement. Additionally, this candidate will coordinate with key ISR and cyberspace experts, analyze operational risk, develop measures of performance and effectiveness with the primary goal of enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of full spectrum IW capabilities and provide recommendations for customers to mitigate identified shortfalls and operational constraints. Additionally, this candidate will be responsible for supervising a matrixed team within the 16AF to organize, plan, develop and execute solutions to address client needs and solve complex mission challenges. The Supervisor will set goals, measure progress and ensure development and growth of the team. Finally, the supervisor will be accountable to the 16AF Mission Lead for all monthly deliverables.
-Bachelor’s degree (or 4 years of experience) and 15+ years of related experience
- Experience with drafting technical documentation, including operational assessments, program roadmaps, surveys, issue status summaries, bullet background papers, and PowerPoint presentations
- Knowledge of risk management tools and techniques to support senior level decision required
- Ability to document, analyze, and develop complex ISR processes and procedures
- Ability to develop technical and measurable performance parameters for ISR capabilities
- Ability to develop and present decision briefings to leadership
- TS/SCI clearance
- BA or BS degree
- Experience with ISR architectures
- Experience with the ISR enterprise
- Experience with readiness reporting processes
- Knowledge of ISR communication architectures
External Referral Bonus:Ineligible
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Top Secret/SCI
Travel:Yes, 25% of the time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
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