Synopsis: TRADOC's Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence's OE support cell at Army Futures Command conducts intelligence analysis and production to support the intelligence requirements of the AFC Commander and other consumers. The Contractor provides support in the following areas:
Develop, update, and publish the AFC / TRADOC Operational Environment (OE), in coordination with the intelligence community(IC), joint agencies, other services, and other interested parties, and conduct studies and conferences to define the scope and context of the OE and describe its characteristics.
Design, coordinate, and apply the OE, including the threat, for all futures activities including concept development, and capabilities and system development and validate, in coordination with the AFC and TRADOC and the Intelligence Community to ensure that the environments, threats, and threat capabilities used throughout AFC / TRADOC for all conceptual and developmental work, especially experiments and related exploratory efforts are consistently portrayed.
Provide AFC senior leaders with updates on the latest worldwide tactical and technical developments and trends for development of programs, concepts, training, and materiel requirements.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
The Senior Consultant will advise the Director, OE Support Cell and AFC / TRADOC G2 leadership on matters concerning the future OE and the emerging threat to ensure continuity of the OE narrative from present time out to the year 2050.The contractor will coordinate with the AFC subordinate commands and other AFC entities to integrate a consistent OE and threat portrayal into AFC products and activities, to include concepts, capability development, experiments and exercises.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities:
Conduct research and studies to define the scope and context of the future OE and threats emerging in that OE.
In coordination with the OEE and the IC identify trends shaping the future OE and project those trends into the future to provide a framework for a range of plausible alternative futures.
In coordination with the OEE and the IC identify threats to U.S. national interests. Conduct research and studies to describe these future threat strategies, doctrine, and capabilities.
Coordinate with ARCIC concept developers to provide the strategic context and threat analysis presented in the Army Capstone Concept, the Army Operational Concept, and other concepts and studies as required. Provide oversight and advice regarding the OE and threat to the AFC / TRADOC Threat Managers supporting TRADOC Centers of Excellence.
Provide OE and threat expertise to AFC subordinate commands in developing exercise and experiment strategic context and scenarios/vignettes compliant with the OE as presented by AFC / TRADOC.
In coordination with the AFC and TRADOC G2's Threat Emulation Force, provide the opposing force strategy and plans, force organizations, equipment and capabilities projected into the timeframe specified for a future warfighting event.
Provide review and comments of AFC / TRADOC, Army, Other Service Joint, and Department of Defense concepts, manuals, regulations, and other documents as requested. Staff comments across the OEE and track progress of the Comment Resolution Matrix through publication of the final document. Recommend resolutions requiring the general officer/SES approval.
Conduct research and develop written and oral products on OE and threat related topics as directed by the Director, OE support cell and AFC G2.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
Former military with 20+ years' experience.
Tactical and operational experience with intelligence functions and/or planning and conduct of operations.
Experience with ACE-level operations or Intel Community production preferred.
Excellent written and oral communications skills.
MEL 3 ILE required, SAMS/SSC preferred
Bachelor's degree. Master's degree preferred.
Position requires a current Top Secret clearance with SCI eligibility.
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