Security Cooperation - DSCA AM&E Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) Coordinator
- Expired: December 28, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Summary: Sabel Systems is now accepting applications from Security Cooperation (SC) and Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluations (AM) professionals interested in providing support services to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) under the AM indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. Through the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA), the AM IDIQ supports multiple congressional authorities and programs that support the reform of Institutional Capacity Building (ICB) of partner nations' (PN's) ministries of defense.
Sa bel Systems requires a Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) Coordinator to support DSCA's AM Program. This position shall support the design and implementation of AM for SC programs, activities, and initiatives by working across DoD and with key interagency and state partners, the broader SC community, stakeholders, and interest groups. Services provided under this position will be performed at the respective GCC in Tampa, FL, Honolulu, HI, and Miami, FL, respectively, with occasional domestic and international travel.
Performance of tasks may be accomplished via approved telework agreements. This position requires a Top Secret clearance and is contingent upon contract award. This is a full-time position.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this positionResponsibilities:Support DSCA's AM activities for the assigned GCC, as required.
Coordinate with the GCC, geographic components, AM team, and other stakeholders to organize required meetings, workshops, interviews, assessments, data collection, and other interactions;Support DSCA in ensuring that the Pre-Design Assessments (PDAs), Monitoring and Evaluation Plans (MEPs), Country Program Monitoring Reports (CPMs), and Quality Monitoring Report (QMR) templates and completed products, as well as the location of analyses, processes for planning them, and information systems for recording and sharing them, remain aligned with the needs of each of the sections of Title 10, Chapter 16 (332, 333, 1263, 341, 342, 345, 401, 402, 2557, 2561, FMF, IMET, NADR, and PKO);Utilizing a DSCA-provided template, conduct a maximum of 10 PDAs per Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) Area of Responsibility (AOR) (about 50 globally) per year. PDAs will focus on two elements (below). PDAs may be conducted desk-side but may require in-country travel.Key attributes that will inform the selection of equipment, training, education, exchanges, or other activities over a five-year period; andThe extent to which disparate organizations within partner nations (PNs) currently work together in a concept of operations (CONOPS) or have any interest (or barriers to) working together to absorb, employ, and sustain new potential capabilities to perform strategic and operational roles.In close collaboration with the Defense Security Cooperation University (DSCU) Enterprise Support Directorate (ESD), support the development of a process for seeking support from members of the SC workforce to participate in PDAs both virtually and in-country;Develop one Monitoring and Evaluation Plan (MEP) per Strategic Role on each S2C Level 1 Strategic Framework - MEPs will be shared with US and partner nation staff.
The MEP includes indicators measuring changes in outputs (through Measures of Performance, or MOPs) and outcomes (through Measures of Effectiveness, or MOEs) as well as program assumptions tied to the operating environment (OE);Collect data or ensure that those parties who have agreed to collect data have done so to capture baseline values for outcome indicators;Conduct data collection following activity implementation and provide analyses comparing how partners have changed from their baseline in CPM Reports every six months across GCCs/AORs (200 CPMs globally per year);CPMs may be conducted desk-side or may require in-country travel;Travel may be required in the future (~10-20%); andOther duties as assignedSupervision: No Direct reportsRequirements:U.S. Citizen;Top Secret clearance;Bachelor's degree;Five (5) or more years of experience as a military officer or civilian in the security sector for a department, agency or bureau of the U.S. government, to include experience and knowledge of defense policy and operations;Five (5) years of experience developing assessment and evaluation strategies; designing tools for data collection such as survey instruments, data collection and reporting tools, analyzing the resultant data using quantitative and qualitative methods; andTen (10) or more years of executive-level management experience, leading multi-disciplined teams of analysts, and other personnel.Preferred:Master's degree (or higher) and formal training or education in the field of AMFive (5) years of experience and knowledge of public policy and operations;For CCMD Coordinators supporting USEUCOM and USAFRICOM out of Stuttgart, Germany; the contractor must already be covered under Article 72 of the Supplementary Agreement to the NATO status of forces agreement (SOFA) upon contract award;Ten (10) years of experience developing assessment and evaluation strategies; designing tools for data collection such as survey instruments, data collection and reporting tools, analyzing the resultant data using quantitative and qualitative methods; andFive (5) years of experience producing written reports and developing platforms to present monitoring data such as dashboards or other updateable graphic presentations of data, and conducting, analyzing, presenting and incorporating program and activity evaluations.
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