Successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to apply operational experience and technical subject matter expertise in Combat Identification (CID), including Mode 5 IFF, to support a 2-star level executive steering committee and its associated working groups, and to review and analyze Joint Capabilities and Integration Development System (JCIDS) documents
- Support planning, coordination and execution of Combat Identification – Friendly Force Tracking Executive Steering Committee (CID-FFT ESC) FO/GO meetings, working groups and sub-working groups. Aid in agenda development and provide subject matter expertise and analysis to produce briefings, information papers, and post-meeting minutes.
- Support staffing, research, and issue development for biennial CID-FFT Action Plan, to include preparation of staff documents and briefings for Joint Staff Action Processing (JSAP) - 136 coordination if required
- Assist in preparations for NATO meetings, inquires and RFIs on CID
- As needed, provide CID subject matter expertise for Bold Quest Joint and Multinational Capability assessments
- Conduct analysis, evaluation and provide subject matter expertise, to review Initial Capabilities Documents (ICD), Capability Development Documents, and Capability Production Documents (ICD) per CJCSI/M 3170. Provide subject matter expertise for the integration of associated concept documents and architectures
- Support planning, coordination, execution, and production of associated briefings and papers on CID issues from Action Officer Level to Congressional requests
- Assist in development of briefings and support material for presentation to Functional Capabilities Boards (FCB), Joint Capabilities Board (JCB) to Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC).
- Bachelor's Degree is required and 10 years of military experience. Related experience can substitute for a degree .
- Staff experience at a Combatant Command, Major Command, or Joint Staff
- Strong communication, writing and briefing skills
- Office computer skills
- Must have a current SECRET Clearance and have the ability to obtain a TOP SECRET SCI clearance after hiring .
- Experience in one or more of the following communities: Air Command & Control; Air Defense (PATRIOT, AEGIS, etc.); E-2 Hawkeye, E-3 Sentry (AWACS); TACAIR
- Staff planning experience including interoperability, joint and combined warfare.
- Experience with execution and monitoring of military operations.
External Referral Bonus:Eligible
Potential for Telework:No
Clearance Level Required:Secret
Travel:Yes, 10% of the time
Scheduled Weekly Hours:40
Job Family:Policy Analysis
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