Senior Training and Operations Systems Analyst Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs, CO
Information Technology (IT)
SENIOR TRAINING AND OPERATIONS SYSTEMS ANALYST/OPERATIONS RESEARCH ANALYSTOverall capability requirement: The Training and Operations Systems Analyst (TOSA) provides the analytical methodology necessary to support the Commander's requirements-based training and readiness requirements and ensure the integration with the global DoD Joint Training community. This requirement provides support for an analytical capability to enhance our resources and readiness, augment USNORTHCOM training and exercise programs with correlated data resulting from in-depth analyses on real-world events, and incorporates findings into our future Joint Training Plans. This effort allows for integration of findings into changes/enhancements to USNORTHCOM’s Modeling & Simulation program, NORAD and USNORTHCOM Command Center Qualification Training program and other training venues (e.g., Joint Task Force Commander Training Course, Joint Force Headquarters/Joint Task Force Staff Training Course, the Dual Status Commander Orientation Course, and the Defense Support of Civil Authorities Executive Seminar, etc.). Further, this addresses a capability gap with international and interagency information sharing and corrective action to address emergent and growing requirements in the Arctic, Tri-Command Staff Talks, and Public Private Partnership needs. Tasks to be performed:
Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis
Apply standardized, rigorous, structured methodologies to create and validate a physical, mathematical, or otherwise logical representation of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process.
Incorporate the use of models, including emulators, prototypes, simulations, and simulators, either statically or over time, to develop data as a basis for making managerial, technical, strategic, or tactical decisions.
Provide analytical capability support to enhance resources and readiness, augment N-NC training and exercise programs with correlated data resulting from in-depth analyses on real-world events, and informs our future Joint Training Plans.
Collect, assess, and compile previous collective training events, Defense Readiness reporting System reports, best practices, and applicable real world lessons learned.
Areas for investigation include: modeling and simulation program, N&NC Command Center Qualification Training, Joint Task Force Commander Training Course, Joint Force Headquarters/Joint Task Force Staff Training Course, Dual Status Commander Orientation Course, and Defense Support of Civil Authorities Executive Seminar, Arctic issues, Tri-Command Staff Talks, Public-Private-Partnership needs, international and interagency information sharing, and other training venues.
Apply engineering and/or analytical disciplines required to analyze real world operational lessons learned data resulting in recommended changes to training venues to mitigate identified shortfalls.
Support the government to ensure that the warfighter and technical support community is provided with adequate instruction (including applied exercises) resulting in the attainment and retention of knowledge, skills, and attitudes regarding the platforms, systems, and warfighting capabilities they operate and maintain.
Participate in the analysis as necessary to support organizational development activities.
Identify, assess, experiment, and test solutions across the studies.
Provide analysis reports to the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and Alternate Contracting Officer Representative (ACOR) within sixty (60) days of the initial request. Reports shall be of professional quality, and marked with the appropriate security classification.
Serve as the contractor task lead for all actions pertaining to this effort to include oversight of all contractor personnel assigned to this task.
Master’s degree in an analytical field of study such as, but not limited to, (Operations Research, Operations Analysis, Operational Analysis, Mathematics, or Statistics) or ten years of directly related experience
Minimum of 10 years’ proven experience with Joint military operations at the operational and strategic levels
English speaking, reading, writing and public presentation skills
Familiarity and experience with Microsoft Office suite of software products
Security Clearance: Active TS/SCI Location: USNORTHCOM, Peterson AFB, CO Lukos is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or national origin.
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Our core focus areas include support to acquisition programs, technical and engineering advice, training and operations support, logistics planning, maximizing human performance, and healthcare advice. We have ongoing experience working with special operations forces, acquisition program offices, and major joint commands.
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Since our founding, we have grown to support all five services and federal civilian agencies. Lukos is operating in eight states and several foreign countries and continues to grow into new markets.
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