Nuclear Command and Control Analyst in Offutt Air Force Base, NE at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 6/19/2018

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Job Description

Job Number: R0026888

Nuclear Command and Control Analyst

Key Role:

Provide advice and assistance for USSTRATCOM's Command and Control (C2) Capabilities Division, including analyzing and implementing Global C2 capabilities, Nuclear C2 enhancement, distributive C2 support, C2 system transition planning and progress, data strategy, and pilot efforts and facilitate information exchanges between Combatant Commands (COCOMs), DoD, and allied military planners. Identify, analyze, and evaluate complex and highly sensitive systems, policies, processes, and instrumentation related to foreign threats and homeland security. Determine procedures for solving complex design, integration, and analytical problems and perform or direct scientific and technical intelligence analysis. Report changes, trends, and implications regarding the design and integration of evolving systems and instrumentation and prepare briefings and reports on analysis methodologies and results. Provide work leadership for junior employees.

Basic Qualifications:

-5+ years of experience with The Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) at the CCMD-level, conducting Capability-Based Assessments (CBAs), and developing Initial Capability Documents (ICDs) and DOTMLPF Change Recommendations (DCRs) as they relate to NC2 modernization and transformation

-5+ years of experience with conducting Capability-Based Assessments (CBAs) on necessary NC2 capability areas and articulating and comprehending the NC3 and NLCC transformation

-Experience with NC2 capabilities and procedures, operational platforms, communications, and modes of operation, including current efforts for developing USSTRATCOM survivable and endurable NC2 capabilities

-Experience with working for Senior Leader Command, Control, and Communications Services (SLC3S) and E-6B and E-4B airborne platform modernization programs and capability fielding schedules

-Experience with translating guidance into operational requirements and comprehending national, DoD, and CJCS guidance, including CJCS Emergency Action Procedures (EAPs), USSTRATCOM Emergency Action Procedures, CJCS Instructions, such as 6810.01, 6811.01, 3280.1, 3265.01, and 5119.1, CJCS OPORD 2CY, PPD-35, PPD-24, PPD-40, and DoDI 5100.44

-Experience with working on NC2 capability advocacy in support of the Commander USSTRATCOM Integrated Priority List, the Program Objective Memorandum (POM), and the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Program Budget Review activities and efforts

-Experience with participating in various NC2 forums, including the NLCC Issues Working Group, NC3 Issues Working Group, NLCC Capabilities Integration Team, NLCC Executive Management Board, NLCC Senior Steering Group, Deputy’s Management Action Group (DMAG), and Council on National Leadership Command, Control, and Communications System (CONLC3S)

-Knowledge of the C4, Cyber Functional Capabilities Board, and Joint Capabilities Board processes as it relates to GC2 and NC3 equities

-Top Secret clearance

-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

-TS/SCI clearance preferred

-BA or BS degree in a technical field, military intelligence training, or equivalent experience preferred


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

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