Position Description

Title:   Global NC2 Expert

Status/Shift:  Full Time Exempt

Department:   USAMS III

Position Summary:  
Develop, refine, and maintain documentation to support the development of GC2 and NC2 capabilities and requirements for the near, mid, and far term period. Document required operational capabilities. Develop Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) documents including Capability Based Assessments (CBAs) and Initial Capability Documents (ICDs), to identify capability and supportability needs and Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, & Facilities (DOTMLPF) Change Recommendations (DCR). Develop, write, edit and coordinate Memorandum of Agreements (MOAs) between outside agencies in support of endurable C2 capabilities coordinate with assigned Task Forces, JFCCs and USSTRATCOM J3 for all exercises, tests, and assessments involving the capability.

Assist with GC2 advocacy, to include analytic efforts that support both USSTRATCOM and Joint Staff requirements and Planning, Programming, and Budgeting Execution (PPBE) processes. Assist in developing JCIDS documents to identify capabilities as required to support the USSTRATCOM UCP assigned missions.

Provide subject matter expertise on senior leader nuclear and national support requirements, nuclear C2 processes, nuclear command post operations, emergency action procedures, NC2 airborne and maritime platform operations, and missile, submarine, and bomber procedures and operations. Attend meetings, report the activities, action items, and outcomes, and recommend policy, position, and/or course(s) of action. Provide technical reviews of system/sub-system architecture and requirements documents. Assist USSTRATCOM J86 in managing electromagnetic pulse (EMP) advocacy. Assess and provide input on kill chain analysis for degraded operations as a result of EMP events and prepare chain of command briefings to articulate and advocate operational impacts, risks and advantages of selected EMP protective measures, including; hardening, redundancy and mobility. Conduct technical evaluations and analysis to support Government studies and investigations.

Develop Concept of Operations (CONOPS), Operational Concepts, Implementation Plans, and Plans of Action and Milestones applicable to USSTRATCOM's implementation of distributive C2 capabilities; including air, ground, and maritime elements. Develop plans of action and milestones associated with the standup of Distributive Command and Control Nodes (DC2Ns) and the implementation of distributive C2 capabilities across a transformational National Military Command System (NMCS).

Provide analysis of Command, Control, Communications Computers, (C4) and Intelligence (C4I) systems used to support DC2N day-to-day and contingency operations, both current and transitional, as requested by the government; including air, ground, and maritime elements.

Top Secret and eligible for special access

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V

Qualifications Required:  
Top Secret clearance and eligible for special access

Knowledge (5 or more years’ experience) of Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS), and experience conducting Capability Based Assessments (CBAs), and developing Initial Capability Documents (ICDs), and DOTMLPF Change Recommendations (DCRs) as they relate to NC2 modernization and transformation. Possess a minimum of 5 years of JCIDS experience at the COCOM-level.

Expert knowledge (10 or more years’ experience) of the NC3 CONOPS, the USSTRATCOM Distributive DC2N CONOPS, National Security Presidential Directives (NSPD) 28 and 51, and key DoD and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff NC2 Directives and Instructions. These personnel shall fully understand how these critical concepts support the National Leadership Command Capability (NLCC) and be prepared to support the implementation of distributive C2.

Possess a minimum of 5 years’ experience conducting Capability-Based Assessments (CBAs) on key NC2 capability areas and understand the future vision for NC3 and NLCC transformation.

Knowledge and a minimum of 5 years’ experience with C4/Cyber Functional Capabilities Board process as it relates to GC2 and NC3 equities.

Expert knowledge and a minimum of 10 years of COCOM level experience participating in various key NC2 forums, to include the NLCC Issues Working Group, NC3 Issues Working Group, the NLCC Capabilities Integration Team, the USSTRATCOM Nuclear Enterprise Board, Nuclear Enterprise Council, the NLCC Executive Management Board, NLCC Senior Steering Group, Deputy’s Management Action Group (DMAG), Senior NSPD-28 Oversight Committee (SNOC) and others.

Expert knowledge and a minimum of 10 years’ experience working NC2 capability advocacy in support of the Commander USSTRATCOM Integrated Priority List (IPL), the Program Objective Memorandum (POM) and Program Review activities/efforts.

Knowledge and expertise working Senior Leader Command, Control, and Communications Services (SLC3S), the Joint Aerial Layer Network, and E-6B enhancement schedules and plans.

Excellent auditory, written, and verbal communication skills and have authored key requirements documentation. Possess a minimum of 5 years of experience supporting COCOM level administrative programs and providing operational support.

Strong interpersonal and social skills (building trust, demonstrated leadership, and self-motivation).

Understand the level guidance with national, DoD, and CJCS as it relates to NC2 and related C2 operations to include the following guidance: CJCS Emergency Action Procedures (EAPs); CJCS Instructions - 6810.01, 6811.01, 3280.1, 3265.01, 5119.1; CJCS OPORD 2CY; Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 20; National Security Presidential Directive (NSPD) 51; NSPD 28; Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) 67; the National Military Strategy DoDD 5100.30, 5100.44

Please submit your resume to hr@aoce.com if you are interested and qualified for this position.  Please list the position title in the subject line.