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Position is in support to the DASD Intelligence & Integration Portfolio Management (I&IPM) Nuclear Command, Control, and Communication (NC3) directorate. Candidate shall provide technical leadership evaluating and integrating indications and warning and situation monitoring for programs for NC3. Candidate will support technical efforts and liaison with program sponsors and DoD NC3 program leadership. • Assist in ensuring timely execution of tasks and the quality of technical products through the application of best engineering practices• Understand the capabilities and limitations of current NC3 Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment capabilities• Provide support for the integration of investment portfolios, critical development paths, and mission analysis across the NC3 domain• Ensure NC3 indications and warning and situation monitoring capabilities are structure to include both traditional and emerging threats• Assist in monitoring all DoD Nuclear Threat Monitoring research and engineering investments• Prepare senior leaders for engagements across the department in the form of briefing books, read ahead memos and daily interaction's with key stakeholders• Communicate clearly and concisely to distill a wide variety of information for senior leaders
The Technical Recruiter will review job orders and employment applications to match applicants with job requirements and they must understand their assigned functional area's hiring needs, position specifications, and parameters of search requirements. They will search for candidates using various sources such as databases, internet recruiting resources, networking, job fairs, media advertisements, recruiting firms and employee referrals. In addition, they shall select job applicants, confirm their qualifications and refer them to hiring managers, making recommendations when appropriate. Part of this recruiting position will be to interview job applicants to obtain information on their work history, job skills, training and education, and inform them of the position’s duties and responsibilities, compensation, benefits and working conditions. Serving as the liaison between candidates, hiring managers and human resources staff is important in this role as well.
Facility Project Management, Oversight and Engineering Support - Provide on-site project management support at NOTU Headquarters.- Project management and oversight for facility construction projects as assigned. This includes coordinating project design, defining project scope of work, reviewing government and contractor estimates, defining project length and completion date, and coordinating project funding with Facilities Program Analyst. Provide quality assurance during project implementation, and ensure proper closeout of paperwork at project completion. - Provides oversight in the performance of trash, custodial, grounds maintenance and refuse efforts. Works closely with Air Force Civil Engineering (AF CE), base contractor, and Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) contractors. - Interface and liaison with Air Force, Navy, and DOD contractors on repair projects. - Conduct tours and zone inspections of facility buildings. Facility Maintenance - Manages Facilities Trouble Call desk for facility maintenance and repair of all Navy assigned buildings on the Eastern Range (ER). This includes submittal of work requests to base maintenance contractor and coordinating work with Air Force Civil Engineering. Position works closely with Facilities Program Analyst to monitor and track associated Job Order Numbers (JON). Maintains status of work in progress and provides completion data. Logs and tracks reported deficiencies through completion. Ensures compliance with internal and external direction regarding maintenance of critical Strategic Weapons System (SWS) processing facilities. - Works with AF CE and Base Maintenance contractor in the establishment and implementation of a preventative maintenance program to maintain and control the quality of facilities and services for all Navy-assigned buildings on the ER. - Participates in and records results of periodic facilities inspections by internal and external teams. Coordinates reports and maintains inspection records. - Works closely with the Facility Branch's unfunded project list database compiling inputs from division engineers, resident contractors and command divisions and branches. - Utilize MAXIMO project database to status and track maintenance to completion. - Understand HVAC and Mechanical systems, repair, and maintenance.
- Conduct GCAM oriented analysis across a wide range of domains from the strategic to the tactical level.- Train and lead the JD team of junior analysts.- Provide quality control over models and analysis conducted by the JD GCAM team.- Provide GCAM technical advice to the project/program managers, Group and Division leaders within JD.- Support other (non-GCAM) analysis as required.
Responsible for developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans, and for translating them into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support tactical, operational and strategic surface and undersea warfare analysis. Responsible for conducting military effectiveness analysis of alternative capabilities to inform the development of formal requirements and program plans across the spectrum of science and technology (S&T), research and development (R&D), and program acquisition. Support and eventually take a leading role in the development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools and in briefing analysis results to top-level government decision makers. Opportunities for international travel.
The Operations Research Analyst will provide advanced analytical support to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and apply rational, systematic, science-based techniques, and critical thinking to help inform and improve the Department’s decision-making abilities for preparation, response and recovery to manmade and natural disasters and impacts on the Nation’s critical infrastructure. Provide interdisciplinary analytics expertise and skills to support and conduct descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive projects. Participate in a wide range of optimization and related modeling activities, including, but not limited to, model implementation and operations, model use documentation, and optimization and operations research capability.Responsibilities • Assist in identifying, prioritizing, and executing programs to help demonstrate and expand analytical capabilities• Develop and use operations research techniques such as mathematical optimization, decision analysis, and statistical analysis.• Implement data exploration techniques, analytical methods, operations research, and modeling and simulation tools to support program execution• Develop plans of action and timetables in order to meet established deadlines• Assist in the development of briefings, memos, and Contract Deliverables • Assist with data integration requirements development
The successful candidate will be responsible for systems engineering support to meet statutory, regulatory, and programmatic requirements in accordance with the DoD and US Navy Directive 5000 series. Coordinate and manage transition of ACAT program from DIACAP to RMF. Coordinate and support program modernization and configuration management. Coordinate program activities with TYCOMs, Fleets, NIWC PAC, NAVWAR and other stakeholders. Prepare reports of findings and make recommendations for corrections or resolution of emergent technical issues. Prepare briefs, reports, and correspondence in US Navy format for internal and external stakeholders and partners.
Use a mixture of hard and soft skills in Quantitative and Qualitative Methods, basic-to-advanced Analyst skills, and Action Officer level staff skills to write, edit, and staff directive, decision, and strategy documents in the C2E2 portfolio. Lead or participate in Action Officer and Planner level working groups, conduct data mining, multi-source research, face-to-face interviews, and other survey or collaborative techniques to gather information. Consume and apply the National and DOD strategic guidance (e.g. National Security Strategy, National Defense Strategy, Combatant Commander Exercise Engagement and Training Transformation (CE2T2) Program Goals and Objectives (PG&O), CE2T2 Program Execution Plan (PEP) in preparing or responding to correspondence within the organization. Develop and critique performance indicators.
The successful Fleet Liaison Engineer will analyze the impact of Undersea Warfare (USW) advancements on Fleet operations and identify operational gaps which may be addressed by advancements in USW systems. Key Responsibilities:- Communicate with senior Fleet personnel to identify gaps in existing capabilities, requirements for new systems, and tactical employment of new and existing USW systems.- Facilitate trade studies of Fleet requirements related to ASW capabilities.- Analyze operational results.
• Perform studies and analysis of component requirements and capabilities in one or more mission areas.• Draft capability related documents including mission analysis reports (MAR), capability analysis study plans (CASP), capability analysis reports (CAR), non-material change request (NMCR), mission needs statement (MNS), concept of operations (CONOPS), operational requirements documents (ORD), urgent operational need (UON) and operations policy development (OPD).• Work with Analysis and Requirements Officers, Government program managers, and subject matter experts to gather information on requirements and capabilities.• Perform qualitative and quantitative analysis comparing existing and proposed capabilities with requirement across all component missions.• Develop process flows, governance structures, and assist in codifying requirements process improvements.
•Perform studies and analysis of component requirements and capabilities in one or more mission areas.•Draft capability related documents including mission analysis reports (MAR), capability analysis study plans (CASP), capability analysis reports (CAR), non-material change request (NMCR), mission needs statement (MNS), concept of operations (CONOPS), operational requirements documents (ORD), urgent operational need (UON) and operations policy development (OPD).•Work with Analysis and Requirements Officers, Government program managers, and subject matter experts to gather information on requirements and capabilities.•Perform qualitative and quantitative analysis comparing existing and proposed capabilities with requirement across all component missions.•Develop process flows, governance structures, and codify requirements process improvements.
SPA is seeking an experienced DoD Cyberspace Capability and Operations Subject Matter Expert to support the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment. Specifically, you will support the Chief Information Security Officer (Acquisition). The senior Analyst will maintain the DoD Cyberspace Capability Strategic Roadmap, coordinate closely with US Cyber Command and Service staffs, and work closely with DoD stakeholders to ensure the Cyber Mission Force is adequately trained and equipped. Occasional domestic travel may be required.
SPA is seeking experienced Program Analysts to support the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Information and Integration Portfolio Management (DASD I&IPM). The candidate will support DASD I&IPM in the monitoring of nuclear delivery system modernization and sustainment activities, review and monitor acquisition programs through the DAES system, and perform basic action officer tasks such as setting up meetings at the GO/FO/SES level. The candidate will support the client on-site daily, with expectations to be a high-performer, able to communicate clearly, work independently, and capable of multi-tasking.
SPA has a contingent job opening for a full-time Cyber Security Engineer knowledgeable on U.S. Navy acquisition processes, specifically information assurance and cybersecurity accreditation. This position will support research and development of security architectures for U.S. Navy shipboard systems addressing data storage, data access, and data fusion for operational use. This position will support processes and activities to meet information assurance requirements and certifications for new cross-domain solutions (CDS). Key responsibilities include:- Develop, submit and maintain Risk Management Framework (RMF) documentation for Interim Authorization to Test (IATT) and Authorization to Operate (ATO) certifications. - Analyze, implement, develop, monitor, update and maintain information assurance and cybersecurity practices, procedures, equipment, software and hardware. - Perform systems engineering and technical support for information assurance and cybersecurity evaluation and accreditation for development of shipboard architectures and cross domain solutions. Perform independent analysis, engineering analysis, and technical services in the areas of information systems (IS) development, information assurance / cybersecurity processes and requirements, and acquisition program management.
Provide leadership support to PMS 404 in drafting program direction, strategic objectives and monitoring execution plans. Prepare budget materials and plans for PMS 404 decision making; coordinate and analyze program risk areas and mitigation measures. Develop engagement materials for internal and external stakeholders. Analyze cost, schedule and performance factors in program execution. Conduct studies/analysis of program issue areas. Interact with other program offices/stakeholders to assist in executing PMS 404 program plans.
The successful Navy Operations Analyst 3: Undersea Warfare will conduct tactical/operational analysis, cost/benefit analysis, acquisition program support, and Anti-Submarine Warfare training. Responsibilities include - Providing oversight and technical advice for the development of advanced submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- Overseeing the analysis of new submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- The goal of these efforts is to improve the tactical capability of US Navy systems
The successful Navy Operations Analyst 4: Undersea Warfare will conduct tactical/operational analysis, cost/benefit analysis, acquisition program support, and Anti-Submarine Warfare training. Responsible to Include:- Providing oversight and technical advice for the development of advanced submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- Overseeing the analysis of new submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- The goal of these efforts is to improve the tactical capability of US Navy systems
The successful Systems Engineer 3: Undersea Warfare will conduct tactical/operational analysis, cost/benefit analysis, acquisition program support, and Anti-Submarine Warfare training. Responsibilities include - Providing oversight and technical advice for the development of advanced submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- Overseeing the analysis of new submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- The goal of these efforts is to improve the tactical capability of US Navy systems
The successful Senior Systems Engineer: Undersea Warfare will conduct tactical/operational analysis, cost/benefit analysis, acquisition program support, and Anti-Submarine Warfare training. Responsibilities include:- Providing oversight and technical advice for the development of advanced submarine and undersea warfare capabilities- Overseeing the analysis of new submarine and undersea warfare capabilities - The goal of these efforts is to improve the tactical capability of US Navy systems
SPA’s Strategic Systems Analysis Group seeks a passionate DevOps Engineer to maintain the group’s Atlassian Based Software Development Environment, and support development of software based analytical models and simulations. Responsibilities:- Maintain a small deployment Atlassian Software Development Environment (Crowd, Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket and Bamboo servers)- Develop custom workflows in Jira- Develop Continuous Integration pipelines in conjunction with lead model and simulation developers/analysts- Curate group’s repository of software libraries/applications and associated documentation- Train and support developers/analysts to use Atlassian Environment- Support development of group’s analytical models and simulations