C-UAS Capabilities Development Analyst with Security Clearance

Employer
AMSG, Inc.
Location
Quantico, Virginia
Posted
Jan 29, 2024
Closes
Feb 26, 2024
Ref
2708071606
Discipline
Safety / Security
Position Type
Analyst
Specialty
Autonomy
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate
AMSG is seeking a C-UAS Capabilities Development Analyst with Marine Corps Subject Matter Expertise. AMSG supports a variety of Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Defense Health Agency (DHA), Department of the Treasury, and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) programs with performance management services. We take pride in our great work environment and highly motivated company. Join our team of top talent in supporting the federal government! We hire Veterans and military family members! Location: Quantico, VA Education: Bachelor's Degree Years of Experience: 8 Clearance Requirements: Top Secret Job Type: Full Time General Description: Provides technical support regarding USMC Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems to the Marine Corp's Air Combat Element (ACE) Division, Marine Air Command & Control System (MACCS) Integration Branch (MIB) in support of capabilities analysis, requirements generation, and budgeting. Specific Duties: Provides technical support to the MIB for the development of Marine Corps/Joint capabilities documents and support of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution PPBE process. Ensures the successful execution of C-UAS MIB equities within the Marine Corps and Joint capabilities development systems;
Performs a variety of complex analytical tasks associated with JUONS/ UUNS/ DUNS and JCIDS Documentation on MIB Systems;
Provide technical analysis of proposed systems and review doctrine and documents for MIB concepts and capabilities;
Provide analytical review/assessment of capabilities, gaps, solutions, risks, DOTMLPF-P assessments in coordination with stakeholders and the Fleet Marine Force;
Provide Total Force Structure Management Systems (TFSMS) support and associated technical analysis and administrative coordination;
Provide support and technical expertise for programmatic Test & Evaluation Master Plans (TEMP), Manpower Personnel & Training Assessments (MPTA); Life Cycle Sustainment Plans (LCSP).
Works with stakeholders to solve capability requirements problems by supporting CBA process, Integrated Product Teams (IPT), Working Groups (WGs), responding to RFIs, and providing TTP evaluations/support;
Supports the Branch Head and CIOs with document preparation, e.g., Information Papers, White Papers, Congressional inquiries and stakeholder briefs;
Engage with senior leaders (GS-15/O-6/GO/FO/SES) in support of MIB initiatives;
Responds to taskers and tracks document routing and related actions;
Coordinate meetings and track subsequent action items.
Requirements: Ability to interact daily with the Marine Corps customer in a dynamic, fast paced environment, including multi-tasking and prioritizing requirements;
Knowledge of DOTMLPF analysis, JCIDS Capabilities documentation development, Universal Needs, Urgent Universal Needs, Deliberate Universal Needs (UNS/UUNS/DUNS) statements;
Excellent communication skills (written and oral);
Background in Marine Corps Operations, to include MAGTF operations and staff integration desired;
Experience with capabilities development desired;
C-UAS/ UAS/ air defense experience is a plus;
TFSMS Superuser experience is a plus;
Former Action Officer at MCCDC or HQMC with knowledge of Marine Corps operations and staffing processes is a definite plus.
Potential anticipated travel is 5 - 10%.