full-time employee contract
AECOM has an opportunity for a highly qualified Electronic Warfare Planner to provide operational research, analysis, planning and training for operations support to USINDOPACOM. This position is located at Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii.
Background: USINDOPACOM requires agile and innovative services tailored to address the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and INDOPACOM Commander's requirement to expand Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (JEMSO) to ensure freedom of action and mission assurance in all domains, along with partner nations throughout the Indo-Pacific. The ever-increasing demands associated with congested and contested electromagnetic environment require strategic and operational partners to be properly postured to meet mission critical requirements. This project will support electromagnetic spectrum innovations and continued experimentation efforts to implement a standing CCMD JEMSO Cell.
This project will support continued innovation, experimentation and testing of JEMSO methodologies to manage the offensive and defensive use of the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS). The JEMSO Cell is a concept currently implemented in CCMDs to gain an operational advantage in the EMS and enhance mission assurance.
The Electronic Warfare Planner will perform the following specific tasks:
Develop EMS superiority strategies to enable CCMD objectives.
Conduct analysis and development of concept of operations (CONOPS); Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP); Operational Architectures, strategic plans analysis, implementation plans analysis, and action plans analysis.
Produce EMS staff estimate and other planning documents (J5 Plans and J35 Future Operations), and implement CCMD targeting priorities (Current Ops), by leveraging intelligence and operational databases/resources.
Conduct analysis of Theater Campaign Plans (TCP), deliberate and Crisis Action Plans, and Campaign Plans.
Support targeting and joint fires to assist USINDOPACOM in developing, coordinating, and executing CCDR policy as part of the management and execution of the targeting plans and joint fires/effects within the Pacific AOR.
Support joint exercises, field tests, modeling, simulation, and tabletop war games.
Develop written products such as talking points, information papers, and oral presentations for Command leadership.
Develop intelligence studies as needed.