Job Number: R0052068Logistics AnalystKey Role:Serve as a security cooperation (SC) logistics analyst, contribute expertise to defense institution building, help to plan SC efforts, and participate in assessment, monitoring, and evaluation (AM&E) activities within a geographic combatant command (GCC) headquarters. Support initial assessments of partner nation capability requirements, potential programmatic risks, and indicators of efficacy for the purposes of planning, monitoring, and evaluation of SC programs and activities and develop SC initiative design documents (IDDs). Support performance monitoring of SC programs and activities, including establishment of monitoring methods, development of metrics, and data collection and analysis. Design and implement a variety of short- and long-term evaluations of SC programs and activities and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of SC programs and activities to achieve preferred outcomes articulated in the GCC theater campaign plan and other Joint Force plans. Assist GCC with integrating activities into Joint Force planning and synchronize efforts across a range of DoD stakeholders and with US embassies. Develop and provide training on SC topics, including AM&E and defense institution building, assist the GCC with instituting FY17 NDAA SC reforms consistent with DoD Instruction 5132.14 Assessment, Monitoring, and Evaluation Policy for the Security Cooperation Enterprise and Joint Publication 3-20 Security Cooperation. Provide subject matter expertise, technical assistance, and staff augmentation and demonstrate knowledge of defense logistical functions.
Basic Qualifications:-10+ years of experience with civilian or military representatives for security or defense organizations of foreign nations at operational or strategic levels-Experience in working with logistics programs, performing Logistics Elements, and supporting Department of the Navy, Air Force, or Army projects, including performing operational or technical logistics work-Experience in working with various military services to validate Integrated Logistics Support requirements and implement logistics support plans to meet requirements-Experience with the analysis, preparation, and presentation of data to leadership-Knowledge of military and defense resource management processes, including strategic programming and budget management-Knowledge of security cooperation authorities, processes, and resources-Top Secret clearance-BA or BS degree
Additional Qualifications:-Experience in working with one or more SC organizations (GCC, ODC, DSCA, etc.)-Experience with overcoming bureaucratic and cultural challenges while building partner nation institutional capability and capacity-Experience in coordinating activities with the Department of State and US embassies-Experience with developing training and educational programs for US and partner nation military personnel-Experience with Global Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS)-Ability to comprehend and apply reliability, availability, maintainability, and logistics requirements as documented in USC Title 10, DoDI 5000.02, DoDD 5000.01, and NAVINST 5000.2-Ability to show regional expertise and language proficiency-Possession of excellent client-facing, advisory, consulting, and organizational skills-Possession of excellent oral and written communications skills to present complex information to civilian and military senior leaders-TS/SCI clearance-Defense Acquisition University Logistics Level III or equivalent Certification-Completion of any Security Cooperation Officer Course from Defense Institute of Security Cooperation Studies (DISCS), such as the Security Cooperation Management Industry Course, Security Cooperation Management Orientation Online Course, or Security Cooperation Management Policy, Programs, and Planning Course
Clearance:Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Top Secret clearance is required.We’re an EOE that empowers our people—no matter their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic—to fearlessly drive change.