Senior ARMY Operational Energy Analyst

Seneca Solutions
Arlington, VA
Apr 20, 2017
Apr 21, 2017
Full Time
Current active DoD SECRET or higher clearance required Seneca Solutions is seeking an experienced individual to support our Government client within the Army Secretariat at the Pentagon. The objective of this position is to provide technical assistance in the execution and monitoring of energy security and sustainability goals established by Statute, Executive Orders (EOs), Department of Defense (DoD) policy, the Army Campaign Plan (ACP), and the Energy Security Implementation Strategy (AESIS). Principal Duties and Responsibilities: . Help collaborate with other Army and Government agencies as needed to acquire information related to subject areas. Reviewing pending legislation and their impacts . Advise on organizational collecting and cross-sharing of information, team coordination and tracking; consolidate information, and development of plans and objectives. . Advise the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Energy and Environment), Under . Secretary of the Army and Secretary of the Army OASA (IE&E) on capabilities and requirements. . Help develop, coordinate and oversee execution of integrated Office of Energy and . Contingency Basing Office campaign plans. . Help provide direct support to senior Army officials in internal decision-making processes and DoD; and other Agency deliberations to institutionalize policy, strategy, plans and programs and budgets, with the goal of ensuring synchronized and integrated results. . Serve as Principal Army contact for the Office Secretary of Defense (OSD) and other Agencies and the US Congress. . Help develop and implement strategy, policy, plans, programs, funding priorities and capability solutions encompassing all the doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leadership and education, personnel and facilities domains. . Help develop, implement and evaluate strategic communications for the Army, Reserve Component, OSD, the US Congress and the public. . Advise OASA (IE&E) on appropriate tasks to the Secretariat and Army Staff to accomplish specific missions and functions. . Advise OASA (IE&E) to convene meetings with the senior leadership of the Army as necessary to debate issues, define and provide direction and seek advice. . Aid in the preparation of publication of articles and senior leadership speeches as needed, and continue to promote and communicate the accomplishment of the Army in the area of energy security; develop graphics and charts that depict Army energy data, strategic/action plans or other related information; create a regular communication tools designed to innovate energy security programs, such as: "Fact Sheets" and "Newsletters" or website input; respond to requests for information or comments related to energy security from other organizations. . Implementing plans and requirements, and develops reports and systems. Minimum Education - Bachelor's degree or higher degree in environmental science or a related subject. Master's degree preferred. Bachelor's degree in business, economics, finance, or public policy analysis is acceptable with work experience in fields related to energy, environment and sustainability. Minimum/General Experience: . 8+ years demonstrated experience in Army operational energy subject matter . Experience with the Army and its management structure and systems . Demonstrated sound management principles and judgment in analyzing unique problems and issues specific to planning, programming, budgeting, and executing Army energy and sustainability programs . Strong knowledge of, and experience with, analytical and evaluative methods and techniques, to include qualitative and quantitative analysis, comprehensive studies, and development of assessments, recommendations, and position statements . Strong MS Office skills: Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook are required . Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills Company Description:

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