Inter-Agency SME - TS/SCI Clearance
KBR is seeking a Inter-Agency SME with an active TS/SCI clearance to join an upcoming contract in Bellevue, Nebraska. Duties to include:
- Provide on-site support and assistance to plan, develop, execute, and analyze joint exercises and wargames. USSTRATCOM Instruction (SI) 508-9, Exercise Program, explains policies and procedures for planning, coordinating, preparing, and implementing USSTRATCOM Joint Exercises and Wargaming Events and support to all reciprocate events at other Combatant Commands.
- For each joint exercise or wargame event, assist in the development, coordination, and management of the plan of action and milestones (POA&M) to track key actions and deliverable dates for each designated event’s life cycle.
- For each joint exercise or wargame event, assist with the planning, coordination, and support for conferences such as the Concept Development Conference (CDC); Initial Planning Conference (IPC); Mid-Planning Conference (MPC); Final Planning Conference (FPC); and Master Scenario Event List (MSEL) Synchronization Conference (SYNCH).
- Develop Master Scenario Events and implementers in the accomplishment of training objectives. Joint exercise and wargame event implementers may include simulated message traffic, Command and CJCS emergency action messages, phone calls, e-mails, media queries, media reports (video and written), letters, radio traffic, conference role-player scripts, orders, GCC daily Air Tasking Orders, requests for forces, force allocation and positioning, Interagency reports, notifications, meeting minutes, speeches, press releases, social media injects and other inputs designed to simulate a realistic geopolitical background or elicit a response from the joint exercise or wargame event training audience in order to achieve training objectives.
- Security Clearance: Active Top Secret/SCI
- Interagency SMEs must have at least 3 years’ experience working with US Government Interagency functions and processes OR at least two years’ hands on experience analyzing and synthesizing multiple interagency products such as reports, meeting minutes, speech transcripts, social media injects, and press releases in order to create a realistic environment for the achievement of training objectives within exercises and wargames.
- Prior experience with a non-DoD government agency such as the State Department, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, etc. is highly desirable.
- Skills required for this job are typically acquired through the completion of an undergraduate degree and 5+ years of experience.; Bachelors Degree is highly desired
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