|Must be a US Citizen who currently possesses a Secret Clearance.|
The Contractor shall provide coordinate, consolidate, develop, and maintain Expeditionary Engineering and AF and Joint Doctrine governance and programmatic documents (e.g. AFIs, policies,), action plan recommendations, task and inquiry responses, and issue resolution action plans under AF/A4C program management oversight.
- Provide detailed updates to leadership and stakeholders by participating in meetings/forums and coordinating, consolidating, developing and delivering/presenting associated meeting materials (e.g. slides, after action reports, minutes).
- Develop and advocate for AF capability needs into all Expeditionary Engineering and Technology initiatives under AF/A4C program management oversight.
- Provide senior-level perspective and inputs into the development of Air Force and Joint Service doctrine, policy, and guidance to codify Civil Engineer capabilities, roles, and responsibilities in concert with other Services across the full spectrum of operations (peace time to war time operations).
- Analyze proposed policies, doctrine, strategic plans and concepts of operation; provide recommendations to government representatives assessing the suitability of these documents to meet Air Force requirements. Review, update, prepare, and coordinate doctrine documents, directive publications (instructions and manuals), non-directive publications (handbooks, pamphlets, etc.) and joint publications. Provide technical analysis and support for development and maintenance of AF strategic goals, objectives, and sub-objectives.
- Participate in and support the Readiness Sub-table, Share Table, and associated subordinate panels and working groups in conjunction with government representatives.
- Review, update, prepare, and coordinate doctrine documents, directive publications (instructions and manuals), non-directive publications (handbooks, pamphlets, etc.), and joint publications for government approval. Assist with deliverables in the form of technical reports, white papers, briefings, point papers, bullet background papers, and/or other formats, as specified by the government representative, consistent with Air Force requirements and within the specified delivery dates.
- Review technical documents and prepare articulate and concise review comments for senior leadership endorsement. Assist in the development of staff packages that support the preceding tasks through the HAF electronic staffing system, to as high as the Secretary of the Air Force or Office of the Secretary of Defense.
- Assist in representing and coordinating Air Force Civil Engineer equities in federal, joint service, and cross functional HAF forums with other government reps. Interface with LeMay Center, MAJCOM, AFCEC, HAF staff, AFIMSC and Joint Staff counterparts to ensure synchronization of deliverables being provided to government representatives.
- Review, analysis, assessment, and update, of the Engineer Force Laydown (EFL) and other readiness products. Contractor shall assist in assessing existing product and planned or projected changes to identify and propose revisions based on strategic constructs, operational plans, and global force management (GFM) requirements. Information sources and tools that may be used include, but are not limited to the Automated Readiness Information System (ARIS), Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD), Military Personnel Data System (MILPDS), or interaction with MAJCOM, Centers or Installation representatives, as required. Contractor shall assist in updating force posture, to include EFL, product as required.
- Review and analyze tasks and products from the Task Force Continuum and assist the Division in responding to the High Velocity Analysis of Air Force civil engineer laydown and requirements to effectively and successfully advocate for resources to support engineer readiness for peacetime and wartime contingencies.
- Review, analyze, and assist in recommending or creating Unit Type Codes (UTCs) that provide combat support capabilities guidance to effectively and successfully posture engineer forces readiness for peacetime and wartime contingencies.
- Coordinate with multiple offices, agencies and organizations to develop analysis and courses of action. Provide to senior AF leadership decision analyses and provide documentation for major issue resolution. Review, analyze, and provide recommendations for policy, guidance and strategic documentation affecting Civil Engineer peacetime and wartime contingency operations.
- Review, analyze, and assist in recommending or creating training and exercise program requirements to support the engineer portfolio that enable response to peacetime and wartime contingencies.
Accomplishing work under this CLIN will require:
- Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree (GS-13/14 equivalent) in area of expertise required by the Technical Order or related discipline
- 20+ years' of experience and demonstrated ability to perform in Expeditionary Engineering Support and Emergency Services as well as Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear defense operations across a full spectrum threat environment.