Provides air operations subject matter expertise for the Joint Staff sponsored Coalition Capability Demonstration and Assessment series, commonly known as 'Bold Quest'. Functions as part of a small team in a time-compressed environment.
Supports the annual Bold Quest life cycle:
- Exercise/demonstration planning
- Validates requirements with US Service and coalition nation participants
- Conducts initial and detailed planning
- Develops Concepts of Operations, Operations Plans, and Operations Orders
- Exercise/demonstration execution
- Configures Exercise Control facilities
- Directs Exercise Control activities
- Exercise/demonstration post execution
- Facilitates After-action Reviews
- Supports analysis (e.g., validates findings, documents integration and interoperability issues)
- Contributes to report writing efforts
- Interfaces with senior Government agencies, technical and administrative personnel, as well as other contractor/ subcontractor personnel
- Bachelors Degree is required . Experience can substitute for a degree
- 10 years military background
- Air Operations/Airspace Management experience at Component/Tactical Level:
- Prior JFACC or Navy Strike Group staff Air Operations experience
- Served in Combat Plans, Combat Ops billets or Strike Ops
- Developed and executed ATOs ACP/ACO/SPINS
- Knowledge of staff planning, execution and monitoring of military operations with emphasis on interoperability issues and its applications to joint warfare
- High degree of originality, resourcefulness and diplomacy, as required to deal effectively with the range of responsibilities and diverse organizations and individuals within the Joint Staff J-6's sphere of responsibilities
- Strong communication and writing skills
- Intermediate office computer skills
- Must have a current SECRET Clearance and have the ability to obtain a TOP SECRET SCI clearance after hiring .
- 12 years military background
External Referral Bonus:Ineligible
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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