|Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Serve as a Cyber Lessons Learned Analyst at Fort Erwin, CA under the supervision of the Cyber Lessons Learned Coordinator; directly responsible for documenting, collecting, analyzing and disseminating Signal related lessons learned to include emerging concepts and capabilities; Observations, Insights and Lessons (OILs); Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP), best business practices (BBPs), new or emerging technologies along with the evaluation of problem areas and potential solutions.
2. Perform both active and passive lessons learned collections in support of ongoing military operations, peacekeeping operations, combined training center (CTCs) events, exercise, unit umbrella weeks, Signal/Cyber related forums, and post combat lessons learned (PCLL) defense collaboration online (DCO) sessions. The analyst should possess in-depth understanding of Army, joint, inter-agency, and multi-national Signal concepts, doctrine, and TTPs at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels.
3. Coordinate, format, edit and oversee the production of bulletins, articles, After-Action-Reports (AARs), and trend advisories for customers at the tactical, operational and or strategic levels. He/She will frequently work with capability and training developer Subject Matter Experts (SME), Signal Offices of Primary Responsibility (OPR) and other Lessons Learned CoEs to identify and facilitate rapid solution development for emerging signal related Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) shortcomings and ensure the integration of lessons learned data and solutions into the Strategic Planning Process and Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS).
4. Respond to requests for information (RFI) during on-going operations, exercises, CTC events, unit umbrella weeks, or actual military operations through research to locate information in relevant databases that support the RFI. May be required to deploy to both CONUS and/or OCONUS locations to conduct research in support of the Signal Center Lessons Learned Programs policies, procedures, goals and objectives.
5. Plan, organize, and conduct conferences, meetings, workshops, and in-progress reviews in support of ongoing projects as he/she will be required to participate and attend as required in the Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Army Lessons Learned Forum and Signal Lessons Learned Advisory Forum. Additionally, analysts will brief Signal and Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) lessons learned to Initial Entry Training (IET), Basic Officers Course (BOLC), Signal Captain’s Career Course (SCCC), Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC), Regimental Noncommissioned Officers Academy (RNCOA), Senior Leader Course/Advance Leader Course (SLC/ALC), and the Signal Officers Course (S-6).
|Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
· Have experience and knowledge to collaborate with Army proponents, units, the DA Staff, and other Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities (DOTMLPF) responsible agents to facility timely analysis and solution development on emerging LL issues by assisting responsible proponents
· Organized and detail-oriented
· Excellent verbal and written communications skills and ability to read and write technical documentation and express ideals to various levels of military and civilian personnel
· Experience in working with Microsoft Software programs (SharePoint, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Education and Experience:
· Have a Bachelor’s Degree in IT, Project Management, or Telecommunications Management, or a minimum of four (4) years’ experience in the area of IT, Telecommunications, or Communications Management.
· Have experience and knowledge of military documentation processes, capability development processes, and requirements determination processes
· Observer/Controller experience at JRTC or NTC
· Army Signal Corps or Military Intelligence Battalion/Brigade/Division staff S3/G3/J3 experience a plus.
· Field Grade Officer experience a plus
· Army Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) experience in 25, 29, 35 series
Eligible candidates must have:
· U.S. citizenship
· Candidate must possess an active SECRET security clearance with the ability to obtain TS/SCI