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Senior Engineer -Contingent Upon Award-

The Senior Engineer must have four (4) years related experience in Global Force Management within

Department of Defense Agencies/Activities/Unified Combatant Commands, the Joint Chiefs of Staff/Joint Staff, or

the Military Services and familiarity with the critical mission areas. The experience must include direct experience

with the integration of GFM with Adaptive Planning & Execution with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from an

accredited college or university. The Senior Engineer labor category requires the following capabilities:

Project 2nd and 3rd order effects of proposed changes to GFM & APEX processes and related critical mission areas.

Draft Joint Doctrine and Policy in Joint Publications and CJCS Instructions, Manuals, Guides and other strategic and operational documents.

Systems familiarity with Joint Capabilities Requirement Manager (JCRM), Events Logbook, Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systems (JOPES), and Preferred Force Generator (PFG).

Adjust rapidly to shifts in priorities and manage multiple tasks simultaneously that may include staff support relating to current Joint Force Coordinator actions.

Apply a detailed knowledge of Title 10, US Code, DoD level policy, DoD organizations and processes,Joint and Service doctrine, and the planning and operational employment of Forces, with a focus on the critical mission areas.

Originate, conceive, and conduct continuous process improvement of critical mission areas to include:  planning, architecture development and refinement, process analysis, studies, and information technology tool capability requirements development including or leading to:

  • Affordable improvements and innovation in GFM integration with APEX and JD

  • Development of DoDAF Compliant Architecture and recommendations for the improvement and streamlining of GFM processes
  • GFM/APEX/JD studies, analyses, or modeling & simulation
  • Support of the integration of GFM & APEX processes and policies into war games or simulations
  • GFM Policy integration supporting Joint Deployment Process Owner equities in the Joint Deployment and Distribution Enterprise
  • Recommended Joint processes employing templates
  • Exhibit proficiency in business process improvement techniques and methods (i.e. Six Sigma)
  • Understanding of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) and the documents and products produced within JCIDS
  • Interpretation, synthesis, and presentation of findings and recommendations (both orally and in writing) to military (O-5/6) and civilian (GS-14/15) decision makers

Ability to apply complex business process improvement methodologies (such as Six Sigma) to J35 critical mission areas.

Applying a depth of knowledge, skills, and abilities to required research, process analysis, and studies, with competency in GFM & APEX processes and critical mission areas of Joint planning.


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