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USMTF Operations Analyst

Job Locations US-VA-Hampton
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/8/2024 9:51 AM)
Requisition Number
2024-18412
# of Openings
1
Category
Technicians

Overview

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

 

Research Joint Doctrine, USAF Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTP), Concepts of Operations (CONOPS), Initial Capabilities Document (ICDs), issue papers, plans, and other documents to extract USMTF information exchange requirements. Recommend to the Government potential solutions and develop draft USMTF change proposals. Develop Interface Change Proposals (ICP) to update MIL-STD 6040 and the message catalog.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Research requirements from operational users for information exchanges to develop USMTF ICPs

 

Review proposed USMTF ICPs developed by other Services or Commands and provide technical evaluations

 

Identify and develop solutions for the effective configuration management for MIL STD 6040 and Allied Data Publication 3 and appropriate message catalogs

 

Attend the Joint USMTF Configuration Control Board (CCB), NATO Senior Air Information Exchange Requirements (IER) Panel, and other meetings or forums relating to Message Text Formats as directed by the Government

 

Advise the USAF voting principal on technical aspects of proposed changes, policy or doctrinal implications, and intended positions by other services or allied nations

 

Collect and track Action Items assigned to the USAF

 

Develop Change Proposals (CP) supporting NATO Air IERs, to include formatting the IER and creating the CP to update Allied Data Publication 3 (ADatP-3) and the NATO message catalog

 

Review and evaluate proposed NATO MTF CPs developed by other Nations, NATO Commands or IER panels and provide technical assessments to include interoperability, integration, and implementation issues

 

Develop and review US Guidance Packages prepared by the USAF representative to NATO working groups

 

Develop, evaluate, and harmonize NATO Air Operations IERs in support of combined operations

 

Develop solutions and draft comments for action items from all MTF meetings assigned to the USAF, prior to the suspense date as directed by the Government

 

Develop change proposals as required to express USMTF in XML format as provided in XML-MTF. Evaluate and recommend a position for technical proposals that implement XML schemas from other services and allied nations.

 

Evaluate the impacts of existing documentation on affected systems, operational procedures, or doctrine. Provide proposed solutions and recommendations for approval or disapproval and a recommendation for implementation of the ICP.

 

Research and gather information to develop Background Papers, staff studies, Talking Papers, or presentation materials as assigned by the Government.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

· Bachelor’s degree in a technical field (such as engineering, computer science, etc.).

· At least five years’ operational experience working in an Air Operations Center (AOC) or similar Tactical Command and Control (C2) system (TAOC, CRC, AWACS, etc.).

· At least five years’ experience using or managing USMTF messages (e.g. OPTASK LINK, ATO, ACO, etc.).

· At least five years’ experience using software systems that use character orientated message exchanges (such as USMTF).

· At least five years’ recent experience (performed within the last 10 years) using and understanding MIL-STD 6040, Allied Data Publication 3, and associated MTF message catalogs.

· At least five years’ recent experience (performed within the last 10 years) using commercially available tools: Microsoft Office products (i.e. Excel, Power Point, Word, etc.)

 

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

· Understanding and experience with XML/XML Schema Development

· Understanding of the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) reference model for information exchange

 

SECURITY CLEARANCE/LEVEL REQUIRED:

 

US Secret and NATO Secret

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