CACI International Requirements Action Officer - TS/SCI - Germany in International, Germany
Serves as a Special Operations Command – Africa (SOCAF) Requirements Action Officer (AO), responsible to the command Operations Directorate in providing operational requirements management. The Requirements AO shall coordinate with other requirements functions in the Operations Directorate, including Global Force Management (GFM), Operational Needs Statements (ONS), Combat Mission Needs Statements (CMNS), and Joint Operational Needs Statements (JUONS). Help formulate needs statements and briefing products to better articulate and champion operational requirements. Interact with TSOC staff members and command group, aligned and apportioned units, Service Components, and the staffs of geographic and functional combatant commands (GCC/FCC) in the Department of Defense. Act as a steward for legitimate operational requirements from inception/nomination through approval and completion.
What You’ll Get to Do:
As a Requirements AO, your worksite will be at the command headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany, for the entire period of performance. The Requirements AO shall be responsible for the operational requirements (not intelligence requirements) of the Command, it’s assigned and apportioned forces, and coordination with the Service Components. You will be expected to manage operational requirements and their staffing workflows from newly identified needs, through various Boards, Bureaus, Centers, Cells, and Working Groups (B2C2WG) at the Theater Special Operations Command-level, as well as at the Geographic Combatant Command and Functional Combatant Command levels. You will be expected to manage workflows via the operational requirements SharePoint portal. You will be expected to coordinate directly with the requesting command, unit, or directorate to properly articulate the operational requirement, research, and understand key aspects of the operational requirements. You will be expected to champion operational requirements through the staffing and decision-making processes. You will be expected to engage with B2C2WG events, staff directorates, components, assigned and apportioned units to gather operational requirements and brief back the status of existing operational requirements as they move through decision processes. You will be expected to perform program and project-level assessments and prepare packages and briefings.
More About the Role:
Requirements AO shall assist the Government with creating or editing plans and polices which codify operational requirements management, practices, procedures, and standards in various documents, guides, and instructions.
Provide Portfolio Management techniques to select, prioritize, and control operational requirements, projects, and programs to stay in line with GCC and FCC strategic objectives.
Collect new operational requirements by surveying and interviewing other directorates, assigned and apportioned units and components, and other theater Special Operation Forces elements.
Develop and modify workflows.
Develop and implement smart taxonomies and workflow processes for operational requirements.
Collect and document requirements not being met by existing operational requirements management processes and provide outreach as needed.
Work independently and collaboratively to achieve desired outcomes.
Provide advisory assistance to the Command on requirements management, and B2C2WG process development and improvement.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Current Top Secret/Specialized Compartmented Information Security Clearance.
Possess the ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
More than five years of experience on a joint or service staff.
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Bachelor's degree and three years of experience, or an Associate’s degree and seven years of experience.
Working knowledge of the missions of US Africa Command, US Special Operations Command, and their corresponding components and sub-unified commands.
Experience interacting with and briefing Flag and General Officers.
Familiarity with GFM, acquisitions and procurement, military finance and accounting, property and new equipment fielding and management, and rapid fielding initiatives.
Familiarity with Major Force Program 2 (MFP-2), and Major Force Program 11 (MFP-11) authorities and options.
Desired experience with program management and/or certifications such as PMP
Prior deployment in direct support of the client.
Prior support to military forces.
Prior deployment to hostile environments.
Ability to work independently with some government oversight and function effectively as part of a team in a joint working environment.
What We Can Offer You:
If eligible, this contract may provide for relocation assistance, Living Quarters Allowances, and Education Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) for qualified dependents.
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