KBRwyle Senior Military Operations Analyst in El Paso, Texas
Senior Military Operations Analyst
The Capabilities Development and Integration Cell (CDI Cell) SeniorMilitary Operations Analyst must have thorough understanding of Joint Theater Air-Ground System (TAGS), Army Air-Ground System (AAGS), Tactical Data Links, Radar protocols and Joint Command and Control (C2) integration. The SeniorMilitary Operations Analyst willleverage both current simulation and stimulation (SIM/STIM) tools and when necessary develop new SIM/STIM tools providing critical 3rd dimension to warfighter during testing, training, and exercises. The SeniorMilitary Operations Analystwill provide architecture design and integration plans to interface AC2 solutions with other simulation federations such as the Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability (JLCCTC) and training devices such as the Fires Immersive Trainer such as the Call for Fire Trainer (CFFT) with the Army’s Mission Command Training Program (MCTP) Mission Command Training Centers (MCTCs). The SeniorMilitary Operations Analyst mustbe able to extend the integration of AC2 solutions into Army Division, Brigade and Battalion maneuver tactical operations centers (TOCs) and Air Force Operations Center (ASOC) to provide the warfighter the ability to replicate the TAGS and AAGS in support of testing, training and exercise support.
The Senior Operations Analyst provides leadership and is the overarching general specialist with considerably more knowledge than the entry and mid-level military operations analyst. The operations analyst develops and revises supporting work plans; prepares task order plans; conducts reviews and edits documents. The operations analyst proposes innovative approaches to technical problems; drafts statements of work; develops requirements documents and concept of operations documents; develops operations manuals; conducts site surveys, writes after action reports; participates in meetings and telephone conferences with customers; writes meetings summaries, progress reports, and position papers. The operations analyst prepares briefings and reports; conducts presentations; conducts analysis; develops work plans, schedules, and budget estimates; attends conferences and exchanges technical data, and provides general scientific, engineering and technical assistance.
Experience levels are generally expected to indicate from 0-5 years performing relevant tasks for “entry level” personnel, 5-12 years for “mid level” personnel, and 12 years for “senior” personnel, but may vary based on company policies, types of jobs help, levels of responsibility exercised, and educations levels.
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
Job: Project Management/Operations
Primary Location: US-US-TX-El Paso
Req ID: 1062151