- Force Protection Integration (FPI) Lead March 5, 2018
Minimum Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree and at least 10 years of force protection job-related experience including Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) training or equivalent. A working and functional knowledge of military staff functions, finished staff work and military chain of command. Excellent communications and analytical skills; working knowledge of computer systems and Office integrated software application programs. Position requires some travel. Position requires a final TOP SECRET SCI Eligible Security Clearance.
Relevant Experience and Expertise:
To adequately complete these tasks, must possess an understanding of Asymmetric Warfare, Operational Needs Statements, Joint Capability Integration and Development. Support and assist various antiterrorism, force protection, and threat working groups, as requested. Develop mitigating solutions for identified threats and advocate implementation of DoD and DoN ATFP programs and objectives.
As Force Protection Lead and Subject Matter Expert identifies, develops, coordinates and integrates with the operating forces, supporting establishment commands and internal integration divisions for future MAGTF Force Protection operating concepts, capabilities, requirements and related material and non-material solutions that optimally support engagement in both conventional and irregular warfare. Specific areas of effort requiring SME support include Counter Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED); Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD); Science and Technology (S&T)/Sea Shield; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN); Law Enforcement; Identity Operations (IdOps) capabilities of biometrics and forensics; and Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)) Air Defense irregular warfare with an emphasis on integrated air missile defense; counter-unmanned air systems, counter-improvised explosive devises; explosive ordnance disposal; chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear; law enforcement; and non-lethal weapon systems. Responsible for the development and maintenance of doctrine publications, as assigned in MCBUL 5603, in partnership with doctrinal proponents and the MID. Assists in the production of JCIDS capability documents, including materiel development documents, and a wide range of research, analysis, review and recommendation tasks. As the Force Protection Lead and Subject Matter Expert, responsible for complete research, analyses, study, review, and technical reporting. Acts as and is recognized as a Company/industry expert resource on complex technical problems. May lead technical teams and act as a mentor to technical team members. May provide technical management and leadership to diverse working groups for a given project. Maintains technical project responsibility for assigned tasks and advises management of progress in support of the technical and administrative direction of project operations.
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