Senior Systems Analyst - INDOPACOM
US-HI-NEFB (Camp Smith) (CHI010)
Supporting the Most Exciting and Meaningful Missions in the World
Senior Systems Analyst - INDOPACOM
PAE is currently seeking a Senior Systems Analyst to serve as a Forensic Technical Representative (FTR) of the DEFENSE FORENSIC SCIENCE CENTER (DFSC), FORENSIC EXPLOITATION DIRECTORATE (FXD), in support of US Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM). An FTR is a forensic Subject Matter Expert (SME) for all activities related to the application of forensics, assigned to the forensic section, to support missions. An FTR provides forensic knowledge, hands-on technical expertise and advice to the INDOPACOM staff related to collection tools, techniques, processing, exploitation, and reports the findings to command leadership as mandated. Further, the FTR may perform laboratory activities in one of the following sections: Evidence Receiving or Field Investigation. The FTR position will be OCONUS, based in Camp Smith, Hawaii, with travel to deployed locations as required.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Provide Subject Matter Expert (SME) forensic knowledge, expertise, and advice to the Commander and Staff concerning collection, preservation, and exploitation of material.
- Integrate forensic standards and capabilities within his/her assigned location, Combatant Command, Service Component Commands, as well as Partner Nations (PNs)
- Assist with Concept of Operation (CONOP) development for forensic support within the Combatant Command (CCMD) or Army Service Component Command (ASCC) that includes deployable and reach back requirements.
- Assist in determining forensic exploitation requirements to support Partner Nation capacity building engagements.
- Coordinate CCMD/ASCC forensic engagement opportunities. Incorporate forensic exploitation into key theater exercises and Subject Matter Expert Exchanges (SMEE).
- Assist with development of forensic guidance in Theater Campaign Plan (TCP), Operations Plan (OPLAN), Operations Order (OPORD), Contingency Plan (CONPLAN), and Theater Security Cooperation Plan (TSCP).
- Assist in developing Requests for Forces (RFF) to meet CCMD/ASCC forensic exploitation support requirements.
- Identify any rapid response requirements and codify them in theater Prepare to Deploy Orders (PTDO).
- Codify enduring forensic exploitation support requirements in the CCMD Integrated Priority List (IPL).
- Provide support as a CCMD/ASCC Staff Action Officer and brief at the O-5 and above level.
- Facilitate operational and strategic “reach back” forensic exploitation support through the internet based USAFRICOM Identity Resolution Exploitation Management Services Collaborative Workspace and the Weapons and Explosives Analytical Tools; further, troubleshoots issues with screening instruments
- Maintain familiarization, on-hand equipment and training certifications to support FXD forensic exploitation capabilities, processes, equipment, and assist with articulating future development needs of technical experts in the field of forensics
- Assists laboratory teams with sample processing and the implementation of section specific policies and procedures at the CCMD and within deployed forensic labs
- Technical forensic science expert in setting up forensic labs, calibrating tools, and exploiting collected materiel for the purpose of identifying technical signatures
- Develop and provide information and technical briefings to explain forensic exploitation capabilities, requirements and efforts to support the CCMD missions
- In collaboration with Country Teams, work with Partner Nations during the application of forensics and technical forensic exploitation capabilities to address those areas of common security concern
- Ten (10) years of experience that includes five (5) years of experience in analysis, definition, and direction of Anti-Terrorism and/or Counter-Terrorism technology solution development, production, test and integration of system. Previous support of the forensic and/or biometric community is preferred.
- Five (5) years of prior Military experience that includes one or more of the following or similar disciplines: intelligence, operations, command control information and communications, facilities, and personnel training and deployment.
- The above experience should demonstrate the ability to deliver products under conditions of high operational tempo, frequently adjusting priorities and flux in requirements, on time and within budget.
- Ability to interface effectively with senior members of DoD organizations to develop and support technical positions, justify technical recommendations, and communicate effectively in both oral and written formats.
- Demonstrated ability to read, write, interpret, and assist in implementing Concept of Operations (CONOP), Theater Campaign Plans (TCP), Operations Plans (OPLAN), Operation Orders (OPORD), Request for Forces (RFF), Contingency Plans (CONPLAN), Theater Security Operation Plans (TSCP), and Integrated Priority Lists (IPL) at the Combatant Command (CCMD) and DoD Service Component levels.
- Ability to lead working groups, training events, and developing technical programs with a focus on the application of forensics to counter improvised explosive devices
- Advanced knowledge of screening methods, ability to understand forensic analytical techniques and procedures, and ability to understand laboratory instrumentation
- Operational knowledge of US military, US law enforcement, and theater security cooperation operations in the INDOPACOM area of responsibility. Prior service experience supporting the Africa area of operations is highly encouraged.
- Familiarity with using Microsoft Windows, spreadsheets, word processing, and Department of Defense Forensic databases
- Integration of laboratory forensics capabilities to support a full range of military operations within CCMD area of responsibility
- Deployment experience in the support of named missions.
- Must be able to successfully pass all medical requirements for deployment.
- Current DoD TOP SECRET security clearance.
- Current US Passport.
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