USAF Survivability Analyst

Job Title:

USAF Survivability Analyst

Job Description


Geographic Location – Pentagon (DC Metro Area)

Role and Responsibilities

  • Provide expert analyses, assessments, and recommendations in support of updating Civil Engineer expeditionary training and mission essential tasks (METS), joint requirements and tasks, Operations Plans (OPlans), and projected scenarios to assist in determining effective training requirements and policy and METS.
  • Support the Government lead on Ability To Survive and Operate Working Group (ATSO WG) and provide guidance to senior Government leadership on organizational initiatives and programs of record.
  • Provide detailed updates to leadership and stakeholders by participating in meetings/forums and coordinating, consolidating, developing and delivering/presenting associated meeting materials.
  • Provide on-going administrative support by coordinating, facilitating, and performing daily staff operations, communications, and processes; ensuring the team understands deadlines, assignments, and objectives; assisting in the development of program documentation and briefing materials; and tracking the status of action items, program milestones, and monthly reports.
  • Assist in development, design, and implementation of annual and long-range plans to realize the product development components of strategic goals.
  • Draft, review, staff, file, and update a variety of documents, to include acquisition documentation, memorandums, information and issue papers, briefings, executive summaries, milestone review packages, e-mails, and meeting minutes.
  • Review and provide input to acquisition documentation in support of program milestone decisions and IPRs.
  • Assist in the review, preparation, and submission of responses to formal taskers related to acquisition and program office operations.

Required Skills and Education  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Systems Management or Business Management or related discipline.
  • Ten years of relevant Program Analyst experience.
  • DoD experience in project management, engineering management, or another related subject of comparable complexity and responsibility in support of Government programs (Air Force preferred, not critical).
  • Knowledge of DoD expeditionary planning, programming, civil engineering and/or training.
  • Ability to write, review, and staff high-level staff action papers, studies, policies, and acquisition documents.
  • Ability to independently manage, synchronize, and track multiple, complex, and cross-functional actions.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, among a variety of audiences.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software, with specific experience in effective use of Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word.

Security Clearance

  • Must have current eligibility for a Secret DoD security clearance

JRAD is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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