Full Time Employee
Training/Policy Analyst (Job Number:421409)
Expertise across one or more of the following: Contingency Basing (DB) Mortuary Affairs - Contaminated Human Remains(CHR) Distribution Management (DM) PBWS requirements below Stakeholders from across the Department of Defense (DoD) widely recognized that a joint approach for Distribution Management and Contingency Basing is required to sustain its need to meet the following objectives across the lifecycle of contingency location management:
(1) to meet current and future DoD operational mission requirements,
(2) to enhance mission outcomes
(3) to reduce vulnerabilities and enhance resiliency,
(4) to increase the effectiveness of operations’ supporting activities,
(5) to optimize resources (i.e., personnel, time, energy, costs) requirements, and
(6) to safeguard human health and the environment. The Contractor shall provide CB, CHR and DM subject matter expertise support to prepare, provide and staff doctrine, organization training, materiel, leadership & education, personnel, facilities and policy (DOTMLPF-P) change recommendations (DCRs) for CB, CHR and DM follow-on initiatives. The Contractor shall organize to improved and execute strategic guidance, operational guidance, iterative processes, templates and automated tools to inform joint planning, training, exercises, and execution. The functions, supported by tasks, identified in this PWS are: joint doctrine development and institutionalizing of CB, CHR and DM; the integration of CB, CHR and DM into joint training core support; CB, CHR and DM strategic communication, collective joint CB, CHR and training, assessing human capital studies CB, CHR and DM joint individual training, joint CB, CHR and DM lessons learned, joint CB, CHR and DM training concepts, joint CB, CHR and DM training operational support, policy and guidance, and joint CB, CHR and DM military education. In addition, the functions below provide some additional guidance and requirements that supplement what is in the base PWS of this MAC. 6.2.1 Joint Doctrine and Operationalization of CB, CHR and DM.
- Ensure joint doctrine authors address the Chairman’s equities and authority; incorporates joint tactics techniques and procedures that were previously developed by JSJ4 Logistics Services and Distribution Management.
- Draft follow-on DoD Instructions based upon the DoD for CB, CHR and DM
- Draft joint policy and lead collaborative synchronization of Service policies
- Ensure CB, CHR and DM is incorporated in joint doctrine
- Continue overlaying and applying a CB, CHR and DM Framework that integrates joint doctrine, joint exercises, lessons learned, and joint readiness measurement and reporting.
- Develop joint CB, CHR and DM capabilities and capacities and provide input to or develop joint doctrine content/reviews, joint instructions, manuals, the catalog of Universal Joint Tasks, and input to Combatant Command Joint Mission Essential Tasks (JMET) and related metrics, readiness, and risk reporting.
- The Contractor shall support the requirements associated with policy and capabilities staffing and approval for all DoD issuances and JCIDS documents pertaining to Contaminated Human Remains (CHR), Contingency Basing (CB). Key documents include the draft DoDD/DoDI and ICD for CHR.
- Create and update the CB, CHR and DM doctrines to enable the execution of the warfighter’s mission.
- Institutionalize CB and CHR through the lens of DOTMLPF with emphasis on the CJCS Title 10 responsibilities and functions (CJCS authority derived from Title 10, USC, Section 153(a) (5)(C)).
- Conduct targeted capabilities-based assessment(s) to address capabilities enhancement across DOTMLPF spectrum.
- Identify potential Capability Development Documents (CDDs) and Capability Production Documents (CPDs) in support of CB and DM.
- Support potential evolution of CB, CHR and DM into the larger global posture portfolio.
- Review and improve the Logistic and related Joint Capability Areas from a holistic contingency base operation point of view.
- Establish, in coordination with OSD and the Services, the governance framework to guide holistic CB and DM capabilities process.
- Establish a J-4 process to analyze the logistics JCCA Readiness Deficiency Assessments submitted by the CCMDs, Services, and combat support agencies; track resolution on the Global Logistics Readiness Dashboard.
- Create a method to track the status of CCMDs and Services Unfunded Requirements associated with CB.
- Identify Methodology to Quantify CB Improvements
- Determine CB life cycle savings across the process using some of the following potential measurements: increased speed/reduced time, increased force protection (FP)/decreased risk, cost savings/cost avoidance, and any other additional means to measure success.
- Implement policy and develop capabilities development documents (CDDs) for Contingency Fatality Operations (CFO) in a CBRN Incident
- Complete capabilities analysis for Contingency Fatality Operations (CFO) in a CBRN Incident
- Complete doctrine review for Contingency Fatality Operations (CFO) in a CBRN Incident
- Develop and complete strategic communications and administration for Contingency Fatality Operations (CFO) in a CBRN Incident
- Develop recommendations for reporting strategic readiness on Contingency Fatality Operations (CFO) in a CBRN Incident
- The Contractor shall identify solutions to mitigate CHR and DM readiness issues.
- The Contractor shall identify metrics to support readiness assessment for CHR and DM.
- The Contractor shall review operational and strategic documents to identify CHR and DM capability gaps, deficiencies, challenges, and barriers effecting combatant command readiness. 6.2.2 Integration of CB and CHR into Joint Training Core Support.
- Strategic Communications
- Support to create and maintain effective strategic communications and administration.
- Develop a Strategic Communications Plan that creates a two-way discourse of requirements and potential solutions in a collaborative and expanding JLEnt to the CCMDs, Services and OSD, and Joint Staff directorates.
- Plan, prepare, coordinate, and staff executive correspondence, briefs, emails, speeches, and ‘thought’ pieces that communicate the joint perspective on CB and CHR.
- Prepare talking points and progress status briefings for senior leaders and plan and coordinate up to two major CB and CHR seminars or conferences per year.
- Provide support to effectively staff and answer Joint Staff Action Packages (JSAPs).
- Participate in various B2C2WGs as needed.
- Continue to gain wider acceptance, understanding, and use of the concepts of CB and CHR through strategic communications and strategic engagements across DOD. 6.2.3 Integration of CB and CHR into Collective Joint Training. Improve CB and CHR planning via JPEC processes and updating DOD planning guidance; continue to develop and document CB and CHR execution templates, processes, and procedures. Create decision trees to assess contemplated both CB and CHR products and efforts. 6.2.4 Capture and Implementation of CB, CHR, and DM Joint Lessons Learned
- Capture and leverage CB, CHR and DM joint observations, insights, and lessons learned from recent experiences throughout the operational environment, both natural and man-made disasters, and where deem appropriate to inform related tasks, tools, doctrine and policy.
- Support efforts to initiate and prepare planning and execution authoritative guidance documents and to develop an intuitive, easily accessible repository of appropriate CB, CHR and DM documents, best practices, and other information to enable the warfighter’s use of CB, CHR and DM. 6.2.5 Integration of CB and CHR, Joint Training Concepts. Apply previous DOTMLPF-P efforts and parallel efforts to the next level that include strategic communications and initiatives that distribute CB and CHR knowledge, tools, processes, doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures, education, and training. 6.2.6 Integration of CB, CHR , and DM Joint Training Operational Support
- Improve CBEC governance process (i.e. establishment of an O-6/GS15 governance body that supports the CBEC).
- Improve DPO governance process (i.e. Distribution Steering Group, Distribution Oversight Council, and DPO Executive Board)
- Support evolution of CBEC (i.e. potential incorporation into global posture governance)
- Identify and organize a CB Joint Standardization Board (JSB). Develop and publish a JSB charter.
- The Contractor shall employ a rigorous analytical approach to assist developing criteria for safely handling, identifying, transporting, and direct final disposition for CHR. The Contractor shall produce a study plan, timeline and list of major deliverables to accomplish this task; facilitate working group meetings, assist in staffing of results; prepare briefings and documentation. 6.2.7 Integration of CB, CHR , and DM Policy and Guidance
- Develop, through policy for CB, CHR and DM, authorization and command and control structures that are integrated across all DoD components.
- Develop and track actions to comply with directive documents and audits such as, National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), Government Accountability Office (GAO) and Inspector General (IG) reports.
- The Contractor shall support the requirements associated with policy and capabilities staffing and approval for all DoD issuances and JCIDS documents pertaining to Contaminated Human Remains (CHR). Key documents include the draft DoDD/DoDI and ICD for CHR.
Develops, directs, plans and evaluates training programs or activities to meet external customer or internal employee learning objectives. Assignments may include needs analysis, custom course development, development of criteria for evaluating the effectiveness of course objectives, and evaluation and learning assessments. Where instructing within a certified educational institution, responsible for determining the organization, communication and delivery of the course content and materials, and for developing learning activities and demonstrations. Collaborates with customer or internal functional organization to develop, enhance, and/or evaluate new or existing learning objectives and course content. May create course content, training materials, visual aids and documentation to support a variety of instructional formats such as lecture, lab exercises, field training, computer-based training (CBT), and/or web-based training (WBT). May develop exam materials and may be responsible for testing and qualitative evaluation of participant's attainment of learning objectives. Monitors and evaluates training programs, assesses results, and implements enhancements as needed. Trainers may also administer training programs to meet student needs, which may require post-training follow up to determine applicability of course material or training approaches. (It should be understood that this is not intended to be a detailed nor comprehensive description of any individual employee's job content. Managers set the specific duties and responsibilities for each employee). Participates in development of advanced concepts, techniques, and standards. Develops new applications based on professional principles and theories. Viewed as expert in field within the corporation. Establishes operational objectives and assignments. Objectives are reviewed by senior management to determine success of operation. Involved in developing, modifying and executing company policies which affect immediate operation(s) and may also have company-wide effect. PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Participates in development of solutions to problems of unusually complex which require a high degree of ingenuity and innovation. Challenges are often unique and solutions may serve precedent for future decisions. FREEDOM TO ACT: Works under consultative direction toward pre-determined long-range goals and objectives. Assignments are often self-initiated. Virtually self-supervisory. IMPACT: Decisions affect the financial, employee, or public relations posture of the organization. Erroneous decisions or recommendations would normally result in failure to achieve goals critical to the major objectives of the organization. LIASON: Serves as prime consultant and external spokesperson for the organization on highly significant matters relating to policies, programs, capabilities, and long-range goals and objectivies.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelors and fifteen (15) years or more of related experience; Masters and thirteen (13) years or more experience; PhD or JD and four (4) years or more experience.
SAIC Overview:SAIC is a premier technology integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC provides systems engineering and integration offerings for large, complex projects. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, SAIC has approximately 15,000 employees and annual revenues of about $4.3 billion.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability
Job Posting: Sep 27, 2016, 8:37:26 AM
Primary Location: United States-VA-ARLINGTON
Clearance Level Must Currently Possess: Top Secret
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Top Secret
Potential for Teleworking: No
Shift: Day Job
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