Carrier (Warfare Systems) Analyst Support for Requirements Officer

The selected applicant will be responsible for the following:
1. Analytic Support:
Support Aircraft Carrier Branch Requirements Officers in analyzing current and future Aircraft Carrier requirements related to Warfare Systems (combat, weapons, navigation, and C5I systems).
Provide analytical support for policies that align Aircraft Carrier requirements, programs and resources, especially Warfare Systems funded by another resource sponsor.
Assist with the development of Flag and SES-level presentations, to include crafting defensible strategies and considering alternative solutions for aircraft carrier warfare/combat System requirements and programmatic structure.
Assist requirements officers in developing briefings, presentations, point papers and correspondence related to aircraft carrier warfare system requirements or the systems that are installed or embarked in aircraft carriers.
Identify "seams" between programs and other resource sponsors which could inhibit the ability of aircraft carriers to meet operations requirements and make recommendations to resolve the seams.
Examine proposed documentation for redundancies and omissions with respect to other programs to ensure programmatic synergy and leverage of investment.
2. Joint Capabilities Integrated Development System (JCIDS) and Navy Gate Review processes:
Assist requirements officers with documentation, preparation and coordination for JCIDS and program Gate Review activities.
Edit or write shell documents for Government review and approval including: concepts of operations; Capabilities Based Assessments; Analyses of Alternatives; Initial Capabilities Documents; Capabilities Development Documents; Capabilities Production Documents; and Requirements Memoranda.
3. Life-cycle Maintenance:
Support the requirements officers in the analysis of aircraft carrier warfare system life-cycle maintenance
4. Communications and Coordination:
Support the requirements officers with coordination during development and review of programs and policies related to aircraft carriers to ensure decisions are appropriately coordinated across Echelon 1 and 2 organizations (Navy, and Marine Corps, when required).
Apply knowledge of the programmatic aspects of other requirements and acquisition activities having second and third-order effects on aircraft carrier programs.
5. Programming:
Verify, validate, assess, and assist in the prioritization of acceptable warfighting risk during the Program Requirements Review (PRR)/POM.
Provide analysis to the requirements officers regarding program execution, out-year planning and the creation of the POM and program requirements issue sheets.
Analyze aircraft carrier program budget requirements for the annual PRR process and analyze recommendations for Government review and approval.
Assist in coordination with other acquisition program managers, Program Executive Offices, commands, Services and the Office of the Secretary of Defense on program interoperability issues with programs and systems such as Joint Strike Fighter (JSF), Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Strike and Surveillance System (UCLASS), and embarked airwing capabilities with regard to their impact on aircraft carrier warfare systems.
6. Budgetary Execution:
Program Budget Information System (PBIS): support the requirements officers by monitoring changes to the Program Element lines of the multiple types of congressional appropriations across the full range of resource sponsors who fund aircraft carrier warfare systems; including Budget preparation and Program execution.
7. Subject Matter Expertise:
Degree of expertise:
Position requires in-depth familiarity with aircraft carrier warfare systems, combat systems and C5I systems, along with familiarity of aircraft and operations of the embarked airwing and life-cycle maintenance program for aircraft carriers.
Must demonstrate knowledge of: installed warfare systems (combat, weapons, navigation and C5I systems); aircraft carrier operations and maintenance; carrier strike group operations; and carrier air wing operations.
Education/Experience: A minimum of six (6) years of overall experience is required. Of those six (6) years, a minimum of five (5) years of experience in both aircraft and carrier air wing operations, as well as resource/requirements experience on the OPNAV staff is required. A minimum of two (2) years of experience as an aircraft carrier Tactical Action Officer, combat Systems Officer, combat Direction Center Officer, Operations Officer or Assistant Operations Officer is required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Additional minimum qualifications include:
Minimum of three (3) years of operational fleet experience
Knowledge of Naval Aviation (USN and/or USMC) programs missions and challenges
Strong knowledge and understanding of the PPBE process, demonstrated by having one of the following:
OPNAV or equivalent PPBE training certificate
Actual working experience within the PPBE process within the last 2 years
Actual working experience with POM development, issue generation, or Program Reviews, at Echelon II or higher within the last 2 years
Knowledge and understanding of the JCIDS process, demonstrated by having one of the following:
DAU CLR101 and RQM110 JCIDS training certificates
Actual work experience with the development of JCIDS documentation within the last 2 years
Knowledge and understanding of the PBIS, demonstrated by having one of the following:
FMB, OPNAV or equivalent PBIS training certificate
Actual work experience with PBIS within the last 2 years
Work experience with the development of high level briefs, instructions and policy memos
Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
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