Joint Interface Control Planner SME

Key Role:

Provide Joint Interface Control (JIC) planning support and subject matter expertise to a US component headquarters. Support an Army client with BMD plans, programs, exercises, and operations through analysis and planning and prepare recommendations that facilitate Joint and coalition interoperability. Analyze combatant command policies and analyze, develop, and assess combatant command strategies and plans. Recommend improvements, leveraging US, allied, partner-nation, and cross-combatant command capabilities with an emphasis on efficiently and effectively supporting interoperability requirements. Support the development and management of a theater common operating picture and data link network systems and architectures.

Basic Qualifications:

-6+ years of experience with Joint Interface Control (JIC)

-3+ years of experience with integrating NATO and partner networks

-Experience as a JIC planner at the component command, combatant command, or service headquarters

-Knowledge of current and future network architectures as they pertain to Joint, allied, and partner air and missile defense systems, Joint and combined military plans, and modeling and simulation

-Secret clearance required

-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with conducting Army client and BMD training, operations, and planning

-Experience with analyzing international policy and security regarding JTIDS networks

-Experience with security cooperation and interagency coordination

-Experience in the EUCOM area of operations

-Experience with air and missile defense system operations, Joint or combined military staff processes, Joint military planning, modeling and simulations, radar systems, data link architectures, Joint and combined command and control, US foreign disclosure policy, and US government intelligence sources

-Experience with developing Operational Tasking Data Link (OPTASKLINK) products for operations, training, and exercises

-Experience with developing information exchange requirements and procedures mandated in CJCSM 6120.01 and Joint Multi-Tactical Data Link Operating Procedures

-Experience with developing JTIDS networks and assigning track blocks

-Knowledge of JTIDS network design requirements

-Ability to represent component command equities at planning conferences and on operational planning teams

-Ability to travel throughout Europe

-Completion of JT-102 Multi-Tactical Data Link Advanced Joint Interoperability Course and JT-201 Multi-TDL Operations Planning Course


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.

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