Military Operations Analyst
Responsible for developing innovative concepts of operations and capability plans and translating them into detailed written and graphical descriptions used to develop and support mission and campaign-level surface and undersea warfare analysis. Responsible for conducting military effectiveness analysis of alternative capabilities to inform the development of formal requirements and program plans across the spectrum of science and technology (S&T), research and development (R&D), and program acquisition. Support and eventually take a leading role in the development and employment of modeling and simulation analysis tools and in briefing analysis results to top-level government decision makers. Requirements Bachelor's degree, preferably in a technical field such as Operations Research, Mathematics, Engineering, or Physics. Surface warfare qualification with 3-5 years of operational surface warfare experience. Ability to contribute to teams developing rigorous analytic solutions to top-level government and military issues. Ability to exercise independent judgment and to work autonomously with minimal supervision. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to multi-task, and be capable of professionally addressing client questions and issues. Proficiency with the MS Office Suite of products (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Outlook). Ability to apply innovative concepts, quantitative tools and creative data visualization methods to address government and military issues. Cruiser/Destroyer and AEGIS experience highly desired. Current DOD security clearance. Desired Experience in military operations analysis, including requirements definition, conduct of analyses of alternatives, and the JCIDS process. DoD Acquisition experience. Experience using MATLAB, Java, or other analytical software to solve complex problems. Modeling and Simulation (M&S) experience. Systems Engineering.