*This is a contingent position waiting on contract award.
Civilian Education. Master's degree required: major in operations research or military science or equivalent desired.
Military Education. Minimum three years experience in military training and education to include Top Level School (TLS) such as Naval War College, Armed Forces Staff College, National Defense University, and Industrial College of The Armed Forces.
Military Operational Experience. Minimum ten years operational involvement in deployment and employment of ground combat, aviation, supporting arms, and/or combat service support units and related equipment in support of MAGTF and joint/combined exercises/operations. Minimum ten years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at the operational command level as measured by actual operational force employment experience. Direct participation in real world operations is desired. Must provide the government with copies of published works from military periodicals, courses of instruction, or other published work related to military science.
Manages, supervises, and coordinates the efforts of contractor personnel (analysts) in their provision of support. Determines required resources to complete work effort. Recommends contractor travel plans to support events away from resident site. Possesses detailed and functional knowledge of the Marine Corps and joint/combined Planning Process and Marine Corps and joint doctrine related to warfighting functions. Conducts tactical and operational planning at the conceptual, functional and detailed levels for service and functional component organizations as well as joint headquarters organizations in area of emphasis. Performs research of concepts and plans and conducts analysis of factual data and prepares reports, briefs, and documents in support of event scenario development and higher and adjacent headquarters functions. Participates in, and conducts reviews and structured walkthroughs of events, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements. Creates and edits documents, analyzes problem areas and postulates feasible solutions. Attends conferences and meetings and represents the Marine Corps’ position at both the resident site and other locations off-site. Plans and prepares lesson plans and seminars, and provides instruction and event analysis on Marine Corps and joint/combined doctrine to Field Grade and General Officers. Expected to perform responsibilities associated with government counterparts. Assists in reviewing classified material and recommends a lesser classification for use in events, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings. This position may be “dual-hated” on a standing/day-to-day basis in one of the MAGTF/Joint analyst position in the JMIG that s/he is qualified for.
*Camber is supporting several Marine Corps programs today in the areas of training support, doctrine, fire support systems, and C4I systems; with additional programs on the near-term horizon that include training services support. If you have Marine Corps or related experience please get in touch and we will see if we can match you to one of our programs.
* Must be eligible for at least a top-secret clearance and ability to acquire TS SCI clearance.
Camber Corporation - 10 months ago
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