Future Plans Assessment Analyst, Mid

Key Role:

Organize and support staff sections for developing Performance Evaluation Checklists (PECL), including exercises, ensure associated data is reflected in MCTIMS and JTIMS, and develop task performance observations, training proficiency evaluations, and after-action reports. Provide input to INDOPACOM Joint Exercise Program (JEP) and Service Exercise Program (SEP) design and training objectives that correlate to MET achievement applicable across capabilities. Collect task performance observations that measure achievement METS, ultimately building toward JTF Operational Capability Assessment (OCA) and other MEF-level training events and mission rehearsals. Identify qualitative and quantitative indicators that would enhance III MEF’s operational readiness and warfighting capability across all warfighting functions and apply value-added assessment practices to staff functions to provide threshold analysis of capabilities. Develop operational assessments that enable the measurement of progress and results of operations and exercises and support the development of conclusions and recommendations and support the decision-making process. Facilitate the development of an assessment framework that improves planning, supports decision making, increases resource management, and is used as a means to motivate.

Basic Qualifications:

-5 years of experience in the PACOM Area of Operations (AOR) and operations and planning with at least 2 of those years of experience in planning, preparation, and coordination with adjacent components and HHQ Commands

-Experience with strategic planning and coordinating in the PACOM AOR

-Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, program and project management principals, process improvement, and mission planning

-Knowledge of the Marine Corps and Joint Planning Process, policy development, and exercise development

-Knowledge of National Strategic Strategy, National Military Defense Strategy, Unit Training Management, and Systems Approach to Training

-Knowledge of a variety of DoD networks for information gathering, including NIPR and SIPR

-Ability to advise leadership on the means to achieve objectives with Commanding General III MEF guidance and priorities as they relate to operational tempo and fiscal constraints

-Ability to communicate clearly in oral and written forms for complex data analysis topics to senior leaders and their respective staffs

-Ability to work with senior-level staff members at the Sub-Unified, Joint, Combined, MARFOR, or MEF level

-Secret clearance required

-HS diploma or GED

Additional Qualifications:
-TS/SCI clearance

Clearance:
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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