Major Responsibilities and Activities include but are not limited to:
Produce senior leader briefing products and talking/background papers that articulate on-going government projects and programs.
Develop charters, agendas and organize participation for government working groups and meetings.
Develop meeting minutes to include executive summaries.
Review DoD personnel recovery policy, doctrine and training programs for shortfalls and recommend solutions.
Develop graphics and concepts that articulate the personnel recovery mission area.
Develop sortable spreadsheets that capture information regarding personnel recovery issues, observations and recommended solutions.
Strong understanding of refining, assessing, documenting and maintaining requirements and the tools and processes associated with them.
Capability portfolio management experience.
Capability roadmap development experience.
Three years' experience as a requirements manager (one 3-year assignment in combat development)
Supervisory experience leading analysis teams.
Experience in creation and maintenance of JCIDS documentation.
Recent experience with JCIDS documentation including Capabilities Based Assessments (CBA), Initial Capability Document (ICD), Capability Development Document (CDD), Joint Urgent Operational Need (JUON)/Joint Emerging Operational Need (JEON), and Analysis of Alternatives (AoA).
Experience with providing support to Joint Staff Functional Control Boards (FCB).
Experience with DOTMLPF-P analysis.
Experience in Knowledge Management Decision Support.
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment.
Strong skills with Microsoft Office software.
Preferred Special Qualifications:
Requirements Management Certification Training Level B/Level C.
- In accordance with Joint Travel Regulations, Volume 2, may be required to travel by regularly-scheduled passenger military or commercial aircraft in performance of TDY. - Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
TATE, Incorporated was founded in 1994 to provide support to the high-risk operator, specifically focusing on personnel recovery. With approximately 250 employees, TATE is now the nation's leading contractor providing Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape (SERE), Peacetime Governmental Detention (PGD), Hostage Detention (HD), Personnel Recovery (PR) plans and operations and other sensitive training support to the U.S. government. TATE's current customers include the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, Defense Intelligence Agency, and other governmental agencies.