Monitor, review, coordinate, and recommend changes to policy documents, flag-level briefs, and FTIP action items.
Work with senior echelon, COCOM, and training command staffs to review briefs and ensure alignment across the fleet on training issues.
Review fleet training schedules including associated meetings and conferences to ensure deconfliction. Provide administrative expertise for the fleet training program and serve as the backup for the fleet training requirements analyst.
Shall have experience working at an echelon II or major training commands and full understanding of current training policy and issues.
Requires proficiency in MS Office products, ability to utilize the USFF portal system, and ability to draft and produce naval message traffic using the CMP system.
Prior military experience preferred.
DOD Budget cycle and POM process experience is preferred
MINIMUM CLEARANCE REQUIRED
Active SECRET clearance and capable of attaining a TS/SCI clearance if required
Bachelors Degree plus 2 years. All Bachelors degrees can be substituted for 4 years experience in a directly related work area.