Logistics Staff Officer, NMCC Logistics Mentor to the ANDSF - Military veterans preferred
2019-01-08 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Logistics Staff Officer, NMCC Logistics Mentor to the ANDSF shall serves as Logistics LNO and Mentor to the National Military Coordination Center Joint Operations Center (NMCC JOC).
Serves as Logistics LNO and Mentor to the National Military Coordination Center Joint Operations Center (NMCC JOC).
Maintains internal and external lines of communications and accurate Logistical flow 24/7 within RS HQ and NMCC
Mentor and advise the NMCC GSG4 and GSG Weapons & Technique staff in providing situational awareness of logistical status and updates, and promptly inform the NMCC Shift Director and other appropriate authorities of significant and/or unusual incidents in a timely and efficient manner utilizing Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR).
Train, Advise, and Assist (TAA) the NMCC staff and Shift Director on the vertical and horizontal integration of logistics into NMCC operations.
Teach, coach and mentor the GSG4 and GSG Weapons & Technique NMCC LNOs on the use and integration of the National Information Management System (NIMS).
Works in coordination with RS CJOC ANDSF Operations to validate and ensure that all modes of logistical reports provided by NMCC to RS CJOC are accurate.
Works with the GSG4 advisory group to facilitate coordination of GSG4 and GSG Weapons & Technique efforts in the NMCC.
Ensure the NMCC staff is capable of developing a Logistics Common Operating Picture
Develop NMCC GSG4 and GSG Weapons & Technique staff in the conduct of daily and weekly Operational Logistics Synchronization Cycle
Develop NMCC GSG4 and GSG Weapons & Technique staff in the implementation of Battle Drills
Improve NMCC GSG4 and GSG Weapons & Technique staff tasking and proper utilization proper logistical reporting procedures and tracking systems
Ensure staff Incorporates LEGAD and Law of land Warfare considerations into the operational planning cycle Develop MOD Contingency Plans and Crisis Management Planning
Ensures that the staff develops and implements Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) in its daily planning cycle
Enhance accuracy of reporting
Create internal assessment mechanisms, that improves NMCC capacity building and facilitates internal improvement
Promotes a Digital Networking to develop an automated Logistical COP
Develop Training Plans for new and current NMCC personnel
Develop and implement CCIR, FFIR, and PIR
The incumbent may be required to perform like duties elsewhere within the organization as directed.
The incumbent may be required to deploy on operational tasks, or to undertake TDY
Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Familiar with NATO planning tools and planning processes. Knowledge of MoD Afghanistan procedures is a plus.
Understanding of the Military Decision Making Process.
Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
Must demonstrate creative problem solving skills and the ability to work independently or as part of a team equally well.
Ability to implement staffing procedures and prior experience assisting and mentoring at senior levels.
Familiar with training capabilities, curriculum planning, capacity building, and resourcing.
Experience & Education
Previous experience at the 04 level or above with significant experience in advising operations at the general officer level.
8-10 years’ experience within a joint, interagency, multinational environment. Experience in Operations Centers at the Brigade or higher level.
NATO, Command and General Staff College, or National Staff Officer’s Course - equivalent.
Brigade, Division, or Higher Staff experience or other primary staff responsibility for Operations planning and execution in a Brigade or Division Tactical Operations Center, Division or Corps Main command Post or higher.
Must have a final (Not Interim) DoD Secret Level Security Clearance before deployment and maintain that clearance.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Must pass all medical and fitness requirements directed by US Central Command (CENTCOM) in order to deploy.
Must be able to operate in harsh and austere conditions of Afghanistan
Must be capable of daily travel in and around Kabul as well as to locations throughout Afghanistan.