Military Systems Analyst
The Strike Group Interoperability Training Representative (SGITR) provides advanced technical and tactical expertise to exercise controlling agencies, analyzes interoperability issues
Provide advanced technical and tactical expertise to exercise controlling agencies, analyze interoperability issues, identify training shortfalls
Provide feedback and lessons learned with respect specific interoperability issues to controlling agencies
Provides warfare curriculum C4I, and warfare instruction and training.
Responsible for conducting SG interoperability training, analysis, review, and validation of interoperability related curricula and must be able to develop Strike Group (SG) interoperability training plans, and coordinate training support.
Develop and implement tactical data link (TDL)/common operational picture (COP)/common tactical picture (CTP) training plans, schedules, and status briefings related to interoperability training for each Carrier Strike Group (CSG) or Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) and provide SGs with pertinent TDL/COP/CTP information as it evolves throughout the FRTP process.
Maintain interoperability training schedules, coordination with waterfront training activities, TDL/GCCS-M related course of instruction support, air defense, and LINK/identification/CTP-manager syndicate support, and participating in FST planning conferences and event execution.
Must have a Bachelor degree with at least 8 years of experience performing similar duties as a Navy Joint Interface Control Officer (JICO).
Degree requirements may be offset with additional specialized experience.
Must have completed Navy ICO course
Must have excellent communications skills, both orally and verbally, and be able to perform and brief at the action officer and senior executive levels.
Must be a US Citizen.
Must have a valid US Driver's License.
Current Passport maybe required.
At least 3 years’ experience with JICO Theater Operations, Strike Group, or Training Staff Operations.
At least 3 years’ experience with TDL system configuration and operation, GCCS-M operational, TDL architecture planning, TDL system integration and interoperability, TDL monitoring, ICO, common data link management system utilization.
Must have an active DoD Secret security clearance
Must be able to perform duties while embarked on US Navy vessels that are supporting Fleet Training and Certifications events
Up to 50%
If position requires travel by domestic flight or access to secure federal facilities/military bases, candidate must be able to obtain (by start of position) and maintain appropriate identification credentials, such as REAL ID. (More information regarding REAL ID can be found: https://www.dhs.gov/real-id )
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