ISR Subject Matter Expert
Type of Job
Joint Base Langley Eustis, VA
About the job
The Air Force Capability Working Group (CWG) governance structure establishes a common framework for capabilities planning and development across AF functional communities. ACC/A2A has primary responsibility for leading three operational CWGs: Targeting CWG (TCWG); Analysis CWG (ACWG); and Collections CWG (CCWG). As Lead Major Command (MAJCOM), ACC views its CWGs as the focal points for assessment of specified targeting, analysis, and collections capability areas and submission of capability development inputs for integration within corporate planning and programming processes. AF CWGs look across Air, Space, and Cyber domains to initiate action across the full range of Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities-Policy (DOTMLPF-P) capability needs.
Construct/review/update a coherent POA&M strategy with a methodology for execution of actions and associated milestones to reach desired end states that can be applied to areas, such as mission execution, policy development, exercises, training, collaborative environments, organizational constructs, and tools. Capture existing goals and tasks that are a continuance of existing POA&Ms. This review and update must include both quantitative and qualitative analysis of each of the three CWG efforts to date explaining statistical completion and specific mission results tailored to USAF core mission sets.
Assist with consolidating and packaging all inputs and comments into draft POA&M.
Produce non-proprietary draft version for government review.
Work with all stakeholders to conduct POA&M preparation, perform POA&M data management, aggregation, and analysis.
Assist with designing and managing the data documentation process.
Assist with gathering data and milestone inputs.
Adjust/update existing goals, objectives, tasks and action items.
Align POA&M elements (i.e. goals, objectives, tasks and actions) with Air Force Strategic plans & priorities.
Ensure POA&Ms are on track with established suspenses.
10 years’ experience in the Air Force intelligence career field, having achieved a “Mission Ready” (MR) status in primary duties
Demonstrated tactical and operational experience in military (Joint or Service) planning and execution of military intelligence activities
Previous AF major command (MAJCOM), HQ Air Force, combatant command (CCMD), or Joint Staff experience with demonstrated exceptional headquarters-level staffing skills including briefing and writing
Familiarity with AFIs, AFTTP 3-1s, and other references
Current TS/SCI clearance
Bachelor's degree (4+ years in the intelligence field may substitute for degree requirement)
Ability to work independently and as part of a team