Job Title: Source Analyst III - Electromagnetic Spectrum Support (EMS)
Location: The Pentagon
Clearance: Top Secret verifiable in JPAS
Period of Performance: 5-year base contract until June 2022
Source Analysts shall support studies of combined and joint military operations conducted across the spectrum of war, from theater campaigns to operations other than war. Study objectives include course of action analysis, operational planning, time-phased force deployment data, feasibility assessments, identifying & managing areas of operational risk, determining force requirements, and developing tactics, techniques, & procedures for tactical & operational problems. Analysis is performed using widely accepted military combat models & simulations, all source intelligence analysis as well as other appropriate operations research techniques. Source Analysts provide support to gaming activities. Source Analysts interpret, synthesize, and present results & recommendations to senior military/civilian decision makers. Source Analysts shall be responsible for employing & maintaining selected models and simulations (to include their data bases) specifically designed to analyze some aspect of military operations. Must be capable of leading & managing interdisciplinary study teams conducting studies of a scope and nature expected of a theater level command. Also must have a detailed knowledge in military doctrine, planning & operational employment of forces - combat arms, combat support, & combat service support. Applies broad understanding of military command & control and force structure at the unified & specified level (joint commands) to the joint planning process & mission analysis.
FCB Contract duties:
Source Analyst supports the JCIDS processes to include analyzing Combatant Commander, Service, or Defense Agency issues and analyzing capability documents such as ICDs, CDDs, CPDs, Joint Concepts, White Papers, & Concepts of Operations (CONOPS). Further, provides comments and recommendations to action officers for consideration and provide written draft assessments of assigned topics, such as identified capability gaps and on-going/future assessments. Source Analyst will analyze proposals, assess new capabilities and propose recommendations to fill gaps.
Skills & Experience:
Provide analytical and technical expertise to support assessment of JCIDS topics
Facilitate and prepare FCB working group recommendations
Provide technical expertise to the applicable FCB Chairman's Program Recommendations (CPR) and Chairman's Program Assessments (CPA) process
Provide collaboration and coordination for Joint Staff Action Processing on items related to the task being supported
Analyze Combatant Command Integrated Priority Lists (IPL) in order to address matters relating to the task the contractor is supporting
Conduct research activities focused on project requirements and deliverables
Participate in the conduct CBAs, assess programming impacts of new capabilities
Review/analyze related project reports to ensure accuracy/validity
Analyze information using basic statistical and logical methods
Report analysis and research results through formal and informal briefings and through formal and informal writing
Prepare and participate in the delivery of presentations explaining and defending research and analysis results
Works well within a team and independently as required
FCB EMS Task Description:The Source Analyst providing support to the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Support-Spectrum Manager shall:
Support the Joint Staff (JS) coordination with Combatant Commanders, Services, DOD agencies and other government agencies to ensure international and national-level spectrum decisions do not adversely affect DOD operations.
Conduct research; prepare draft reports, study summaries, f & supporting material.
Prepare and present formal briefings on behalf of the task the contractor is supporting according to the client's needs
Participate in Spectrum Management Conferences (SMC), Frequency Panel and Working Group Activities, and staff meetings.
Track & review proposed rules/decisions affecting DOD usage of EMS. Draft appropriate replies.
Solicit input from spectrum community on all EMS related topics.
Participate and provide SME support on EMSO meetings and activities.
Maintain/monitor status of the MC4EB website to ensure postings are current and in accordance with published Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Support JS in developing DOD Spectrum Data Standardization in regards to publications and policy
Participate and provide SME support on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) meetings
Works well within a team and independently as required
Desired Experience Includes: Joint Staff, Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Service, or Combatant Command experience. Understanding of Joint Staff Requirements Process and in-depth knowledge of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) and the JROC process. Familiarity with Joint Capability Areas (JCAs). Background in the EMS and Cyberspace portfolios. Previous Spectrum Management experience highly desired. Deployed combat experience a plus.
Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum ten (10) years of task related experience ORGraduation from a military command and staff college with a minimum ten (10) years of task related experience (5 of which earned as E-6 or O-3 or above) ORa combination of fifteen (15) years of military operational experience ((5 of which earned as E-6or O-3 or above). Operational experience includes planning and executing combined and joint operations at the theater or component level, knowledge of combat arms, all source intelligence analysis, logistics, civil-military operations, and site's area of responsibility or functional area) and task related experience
Must have current Top Secret clearance (based on SSBI completed within the last five years). Clearance must be verifiable in JPAS.
This contractor and subcontractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.
Per EO 11246, this federal contractor and subcontractor will refrain from discharging, or otherwise discriminating against, employees or applicants who inquire about, discuss, or disclose their compensation or the compensation of other employees or applicants. An exception exists where the employee or applicant makes the disclosure based on information obtained in the course of performing his or her essential job functions.