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Security Cooperation Training and Future Force Analyst in Washington, DC at Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Date Posted: 6/15/2019

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Job Description

Job Number: R0055952

Security Cooperation Training and Future Force Analyst

Key Role:
Serve as a training specialist and planner in a National Capitol Region (NCR)-based team supporting security cooperation (SC) training, assessment, monitoring and evaluation (AM&E) activities, and defense institution building (DIB) to support defense clients. Collaborate with and support a defense client in translating learning requirements into training that will support a DoD program. Analyze and implement training on the conduct of initial assessments (IA), the preparation of initiative design documents (IDD), the monitoring of training effectiveness and program administration, and the performance of strategic and program evaluations for Significant Security Cooperation Initiatives (SSCI). Enable training participants to plan, monitor, and evaluate SSCIs to ensure they support Combatant Command security cooperation objectives, adhere to DoD policy, and capture or incorporate lessons learned and best practices. Prepare programs of instruction and instructional materials. Contribute to DoD and program-level evaluations to determine and document return on investment, impact on DoD objectives, lessons learned, and any unintended consequences to inform future planning.  

Basic Qualifications:

-8+ years of experience with conducting and overseeing security cooperation programs and activities at the tactical, operational, or strategic level  

-4+ years of experience with providing civilian or military training or education   

-Experience with designing multiple training events in a government setting  

-Experience with working on strategy, policy and plans at the operational or strategic level 

-Experience working with or supporting a Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) 

-Knowledge of instructional design theory and learning principles  

-Knowledge of security cooperation authorities, processes, and resources 

-Top Secret clearance

-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience in working with one or more SC organizations

-Experience with overcoming bureaucratic and cultural challenges while building partner nation operational and institutional capability and capacity 

-Experience with designing and implementing training for partner nation personnel to respect the law of armed conflict, human rights and fundamental freedoms, the rule of law, and civilian control of the military    

-Experience with Global Force Management (GFM), Adaptive Planning and Execution (APEX), and Interorganizational Planning and Coordination 

-Experience in coordinating activities with the Department of State and US embassies 

-Experience with developing training and educational programs for US military personnel 

-Experience in one or more specialty areas, including counter threats (CT), counter WMD (CWMD), counter narcotics (CN), logistics, human resource management, budget and resource requirements, or border security 

-Experience with the Global Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS) 

-Possession of excellent client-facing, advisory, and consulting skills

-TS/SCI clearance

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

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