Jacobs Personnel Readiness Support Specialist in Camp LeJeune, North Carolina
Personnel Readiness Support Specialist
The objective is to support the G-1 Division specific to the Personnel Sourcing Operations and Readiness (PSO&R/G-13) Branch pertaining to personnel readiness analysis and reporting to higher headquarters. Provide enhancing support with data collection, packaging, presentation, maintenance, and auditing of all associated manning controls. Provide current and historical data access to the command, service advocate, personnel readiness process owners, and the SOCOM Force Management Directorate while providing data that affects the trends and projections of SOF specific capabilities. Provides staff, SME’s, unit commanders, and SEA’s access to multiple personnel reports and formats that assist them with the accurate consolidated information necessary to provide guidance, recommendations, advice, and decisions that impact the commands ability to support its core tasks.
The contractor shall provide support for the following requirements associated with the (4) four full time, on-site manpower augmentation specialist positions.
Assists with the coordination and annual submission of the Health of SOF (HOS) to USSOCOM to meet the Commander, United States Special Operations Command’s Title 10 responsibilities as outlined in the DoDD 5100.01.
Support the ongoing collection, manipulations, analysis, presentation, and storage of force personnel, readiness, and other manpower data.
Produce and analyze force personnel data to identify issues that impact MARSOC personnel readiness through sustained recurring personnel reporting requirements processes.
Forecast the growth of MARSOC SOF personnel with flexible manning controls which is used by the recruiting, A&S, and MSOS planners.
Track the management of SOF specific capabilities as they relate to supporting the deploying forces.
Provide an analysis on trends that may impact the growth of MARSOC SOF capability and conventional forces.
Provide support for the monthly submission of the overall readiness via the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS).
Conduct monthly studies and projections to be presented to the Functional Capabilities Managers (FCM’s). This requires coordinating the meeting to present the current status of that capability to the proposed future forecasted growth.
The contractor shall develop spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and other electronic documentation as required to support the Personnel Sourcing Operations and Readiness Branch Mission. The contractor shall prepare and review documentation for accuracy, clarity, content, conformance to standards, and approach against referenced standards. Microsoft office software and programs shall be the primary tools or methods used to develop required products.
The contractor shall develop the monthly population growth forecast summary via Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel that reflects population growth of Special Operations Force (SOF) personnel with flexible manning controls which is used by Recruiting, Assessment and Selection, and MSOS planners in their manning level process.
The contractor shall prepare meeting minutes, and provide reports and/or debriefs summarizing the purpose of the meeting, attendees, discussion topics, results, and when appropriate, an assessment or recommendations(s) for action (the 5-W’s addressed).
The contractor shall perform qualitative and quantitative analysis of MARSOC capabilities, both SOF and non-SOF.
The contractor shall maintain liaison with subordinate commands throughout MARSOC to collect data required for analysis and prioritization in support of appropriate growth/build projections.
The contractor shall manage the Branch website; providing daily support and updates as needed.
The contractor shall develop and maintain monthly reports that will assist with supporting the annual submission of the Personnel Readiness Assessment (PRA)/Health of SOF to USSOCOM.
The contractor shall manage the monthly G-1 submission of the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS) to USSOCOM.
The contractor shall be responsible for submitting the monthly and quarterly Task Order reports to COR and Program Manager.
Basic knowledge of military command structure, missions, programs, and organization relationships, plus a comprehensive knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methods and techniques to develop staffing standards covering complex programs functions or missions.
Exposure and familiarity with the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS) database, the Marine Online (MOL) web based system, Operational Data Storage Enterprise (ODSE) and Report Studio within the MOL.
A high degree of skill and knowledge necessary to assist and support in the planning, organizing, and directing teamwork, combined with the ability to support effective negotiations with higher and adjacent commands to accept and implement recommendations to changes in established procedures and directives is essential.
A high degree of knowledge of qualitative and quantitative techniques for assessing program and organization effectiveness.
A high degree of knowledge of management theory, and tools and techniques of management analysis including techniques for fact-finding and statistical methods of analysis.
Strong oral communication skills in individual and group setting and in formal briefings and presentations. Ability to exchange ideas, obtain pertinent information, and discuss alternative/impacts with personnel of a wide range of ranks and positions.
Strong writing skills, with emphasis on explaining complex concepts, issue, and procedures in clear and understandable terms.
Minimum education requirement of Bachelor’s degree.
Contractor shall have 4 years of military experience.
Must have a minimum of an interim Secret Security Clearance.
Most work will be performed in a cubical environment inside a large facility. Work assignments vary based on client requirements. Some travel may be required based on client requirements.
Sitting at desk. Phone use and PC or laptop. Filing required. May require lifting and carrying boxes of supplies or files up to 25 lbs. Extended periods of sitting while on PC/laptop or phone.
Equipment and Machines
General office equipment, which includes: telephone, fax machine, copier, PC/laptop, and other miscellaneous office equipment. Microsoft Office Suite of products to include Project and Visio.
Work assignments dependent on requirements by the client. It is important to be able to work at least 8 hours a day for 5 days per week (Monday through Friday).
Other Essential Functions
Must put forward a professional behavior that enhances productivity and promotes teamwork and cooperation. Must be well organized with the ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously. Must be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Must be able to interface effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization. Grooming and dress usually business casual, but dependent on client’s standards. Must not pose a safety hazard to employees working in the same general area.
The position for which you are interviewing requires a US government security clearance. This is to advise you, that should you be extended an offer, if you possess a dual citizenship (i.e., citizen of the US and another country), in order to be granted a clearance you will be required to relinquish your citizenship in the foreign country.
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Primary Location United States-North Carolina-Camp LeJeune-20315-MCLJ
Job Type Experienced
Req ID: INT000043