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Meteorology and Oceanography SME - Military veterans preferred



  full-time   employee

United States

AECOM is seeking a Mobile Training Team Meteorology and Oceanography Subject Matter Expert (MTT METOC SME) to support the Naval Information Warfare Development Center (NIWDC). The MTT METOC SME will support the NIWDC mission to provide Meteorology and Oceanography (METOC) expertise, assistance, management support functions, and training for real time support to operational forces deployed worldwide through the establishment of an Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) Mobile Training Team (MTT). This support shall include assisting NIWDC with development of specialized METOC activities to develop and train an EMSO related workforce (Afloat/Ashore) that begins at the unit level and extends through Strike Group (SG) level of organization. MTT METOC SMEs will provide SME and operational support to Carrier Strike Group (CSG) staffs, Numbered Fleet Commanders (NFCs), and Combatant Commanders (CCDRs), supporting real world contingencies, planning requirements, day-to-day presence operations and Navy/Joint exercises. They will conduct training and tactical level warfighting effectiveness DOTMLPF assessments to identify and mitigate capability gaps, and support innovative solution development across all platforms (afloat and shore) for the Information Warfare (IW) mission areas.

Additional duties include but are not limited to:
Professional development of EMSO Cadre for Electromagnetic Maneuver Warfare (EMW) Concepts
Installation Spectrum Manager training
EMSO Training and (Readiness) Assist Visits (/RAV) for all surface and subsurface units
Strike Group Staff training (DESRON, ARG, CSG and MOC)
Training for Afloat/Ashore commands (ATG, CSCS, CSG 4/15, MOC, IWTGU, WDCs and NMCS offices)
SME support for curriculum and instructor standardization for NETC
Develop of Fleet Experimentation (FLEX) initiatives and advocate for EMSO related events hosted by NWDC
TTP research and development for emerging tactics identified through FLEX events across the IW communities
Training for IFF and UAS usage requests submission procedures

Minimum Requirements
BA/BS Degree and 10 plus yearsâ?? work experience in the METOC related duties described above.
Ability to provide METOC support to NMSC, COCOMâ??s and liaise with NMCSOs worldwide.
Demonstrated understanding of competing uses of spectrum (friendly/neutral/hostile) in various battle spaces across war fighting domains, and ability to assist NMSC in determining interoperability/compatibility technical and/or TTP solutions. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Tools.
Must be a U.S. citizen with a SECRET clearance

Preferred Qualifications
Minimum of (10) years of operational leadership experience equivalent to a US Navy shipboard division officer (0-3/0-4), chief petty officer (E-7/8), or chief warrant officer (CWO 3/4) with Navy or Joint Staff experience providing Meteorology Operations support, and having knowledge and understanding of applicable technical concepts and practices in order to support Meteorology
Operations readiness across the DOTMPLF (Doctrine, Training, Materiel, Personnel, Leadership, Facilities).Prior URL/OCEANO designator 1800, 680X
Information Warfare Basic Course (IWBC), Basic Oceanography Accession Training (BOAT), OP Production center, Command Duty Officer watch stander or warfare qualification
Oceanographic, Atmosphere and Hydrography Officer Specialty
AG A school, All Atmospheric and Tactical Oceanography F schools (NITES Basic/AREPS/TAWS/Support to Strike/Air Defense/Surface Warfare, ASW primer, Non Acoustic ASW, MIW AMW)
JPME I or II graduate, Enlisted Warfare Specialist
A graduation certificate from a Littoral Oceanography Course, Advanced Refractive Effects Prediction System (AREPS), Tactical Acquisition Weapons Software (TAWS), or AG A/F Schools
Successfully completion of an operational Meteorology sea/shore billet which provides division officer experience or as a Meteorology Officer in a major staff billet
Possess the sub-specialty Codes of (6401/2/or3)
Prior designation as Navy Master Training Specialist or other Service equivalent
Excellent facilitation skills and experience in implementing new learning techniques and technologies, and a willingness to seize new opportunities for enhancing learning
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in management of Navy or other Service operational unit level On the Job Training (OJT) programs
TS/SCI Preferred

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