icrunchdata Network Scott Air Force Base, IL
Dec 14, 2019Full-time
type of req General Dynamics Information Technology provides programmatic support to the USTRANSCOM Mission Assurance (MA) processes. This position supports the analytical work requirements performed by the MA Risk Management Team, working actions associated with the identification of mission risk (determination of threats, hazards and vulnerabilities) and the identification of mitigation measures already being taken, proposing remediation or mitigation measures to reduce risk in support of the MA Working Group (MAWG). Work is performed within the USTRANSCOM J3, Operations Directorate, MA Division, MA Policy and Operation Branch’s. Incumbent will also assist or lead the project team in efforts to perform analytical work associated with the implementation of the MA Identification Process (MAIP), MA support to joint exercises as a planner, training audience member, assist in the development of Mission Mitigation Plans (MMPs), conduct dependency analysis, and preparing for, performing and documenting results of on-site MA related vulnerability assessments at sites of interest to USTRANSCOM. Position is within the United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) Mission Assurance Division (TCJ34) POSITION TITLE : Mission Assurance Risk Analyst / FULL TIME MINIMUM SECURITY CLEARANCE: SECRET (current) to start; eligible for TOP SECRET/SCI required. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: MA Research and Analysis. Incumbent will work closely with other risk management program managers and activates (e.g., mission planners (current and future), antiterrorism, Emergency Management, and Continuity of Operations Programs, etc.) who provide risk analysis in support of MA. The analyst will be required to conduct both open source and classified research of multiple sources, and systems to determine threats and hazards (risk) to the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise. Results of analysis will be captured in written documents (Microsoft Office Suite). Analysis includes recommendations to reduce (mitigate) risk and the articulation of any residual risk in direct support of the MAWG. Maintaining mature relationships with external agencies is key (e.g. other Combatant Command MA offices; State Intelligence and Fusion Centers; United States Coast Guard; and others) in obtaining information required to assess risk and measures being taken to reduce risk. Relationships with internal Command risk management programs, the command Intelligence Staff (J2), and the Transportation Component Commands (Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command; Military Sealift Command; and Air Mobility Command) are also key sources in determining mission risk and mitigation actions. Identification of Critical Capabilities in association with Defense Critical Infrastructure. Incumbent will assist the MA Project Manager in performing analytical work to execute the steps of the MAIP. Inherent in this work are the requirements to schedule, facilitate and document results of large/small group and individual meetings; maintain records that document results of MAIP meetings; analyze results of meetings and develop recommendations that address the USTRANSCOM position in response to established MAIP milestones and suspense’s. Participate in Command post-level exercises. Incumbent will participate in various exercise events on an annual basis as part of the exercise development team and training audience performing in the role of MA Analyst – typically within the Global Operations Center. Participate in vulnerability assessments. Lead or assist team efforts in conducting pre-assessment research and analysis, coordination with partnered assessment agency, other external agencies, USTRANSCOM staff elements, and Transportation Component Commands. Research will consist of both open and classified sources. Travel to and perform on-site assessment activities as a transportation subject matter expert and integrated assessment team member. Assessment sites include both overseas and within the United States at locations of importance to USTRANSCOM. On-site actions will include but are not limited to: conducting one on one or group interviews; documenting interview discussions; and participating in daily hot wash / review discussions with assessment team members. Other actions include contributing written products to be included in the on-site exit briefing to site leadership; and developing a post-assessment written report for delivery to the customer as well as the lead assessment agency. Understand and ability to relate Command and DoD-level Knowledge Management (KM) requirements to MA Risk Programs and Activities. Encourage information sharing among internal and external agencies utilizing KM principles. ADDITIONAL DETAIL: Strong analytical, written and verbal communications skills, required Strong critical thinking skills with policy relationship at various levels of DoD, required Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, etc.), required Ability to organize and lead working groups, preferred Experience at USTRANSCOM or at least one of its Component Commands, a plus Experience with the DoD MA Program, a plus Defense Readiness Reporting System, a plus Experience with IntelShare or similar SharePoint platform functionality, preferred EDUCATION: BA or equivalent 6 years related experience, or MA 4 years related experience TRAVEL: Anticipated travel: Less than 25% cjobs dicepost gdpost Defense ScottAFB secret ScottAFB netadmin Illinois hireavet militarytransition employeereferrals GDITishiring USAF airforce hireahero AISSIII COMFII LOGNET MA USTRANSCOM We are GDIT. 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