Senior Military Analyst
- Washington, DC
What you'll be doing
- Professional analyst on a project that is complex in concept and development related to military operations and strategy. Provide support to the MCM (mine countermeasures)/PC (patrol coastal) class ships class readiness manager (RM). On behalf of the readiness manager, collaborate with program acquisition resource managers (PARM) to identify and document issues of concern (e.g. alteration development, installation schedule, etc.). Assist with MCM/PC class financial management initiative support as it pertains to readiness and sustainment (e.g. INSURV preparations and deficiency corrections, task force initiatives, surface ship action request (SSAR) development, end-of-year sweep-up fund actions, etc.). Provide assistance with the development of PRE/PRL proposals to correct HME sustainment deficiencies on MCM/PC class ships. Act as a liaison for the MCM/PC class readiness manager with NSWCCD-SSES representatives in support of SSAR development and implementation. Ensure life cycle maintenance, current readiness maintenance/repair and modernization actions are properly screened and tracked for MCM/PC class ships. Track and report critical repair work on MCM/PC class ships to include critical casualty reports, lifecycle maintenance, maintenance and material management (3M) program, Total ship readiness assessment (TSRA), and direct sustainment of real world operational requirements. Track category 3 and 4 casualty reports (CASREPs), departure from specifications (DFSs), class advisories (CLADs), in-service engineering agent (ISEA) advisories, and other temporary guidance for impact to lifecycle readiness and make status reports to respective stakeholders and chain-of-command. Develop metrics in support of NAVSEA/SYSCOM related shore support repair functions, such as technical assistance collaboration with TWHs, ISEAs, and SDMs. Make periodic reports on the backlog of maintenance/repair actions, logistics corrective actions (e.g. TFBRs, TMDERs, COSAL updates, etc.). Collaborate with MCM/PC type desk managers at COMNAVSURFPAC/LANT on lifecycle problem resolution. Provide support with the development of detailed decision briefs for senior NAVSEA officers in support of MCM/PC class readiness concerns. Act for the RM (as required) as the lead during an incident, when the NSIRC (NAVSEA ship incident response center) is activated.
What your background should be
- 5 years direct relevant work experience. Work experience may be adjusted for highly specialized knowledge or uniquely applicable experience for positions involving new technology or labor market shortages as reflected by market survey data. Former shipboard experience in the Navy is mandatory. Understanding of ship operating cycle/ship maintenance is desirable. Must have the ability to work in a highly variable work environment and adapt quickly to new tasking. Meet established deadlines and level of quality for assigned work items. Experience working with senior level Navy and civilian leadership is desirable. This position requires excellent client-relationship development and management skills, and an outstanding ability to simultaneously manage multiple high visibility efforts, respond to emerging issues, and guide the clients to foresee, pursue, and achieve strategically significant results. Experience in advanced quantitative and qualitative analysis. Computer literate and proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, etc.) applications. Excellent communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.
Required Schooling / Training
Who is the client company
- The company is an employee-owned technology solutions company delivering technical expertise and operational support.
- If you are interested in this position, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org