Jacobs Command Language Program Manager, Mid in Weisbaden, Germany
Supports process improvement through conducting analysis using internal program and external benchmark data. Determines areas of risk and improvement by developing/refining/monitoring metrics to create identification of and justification for improvements. Conducts statistical analysis to measure production, performance, and usage of services and products. Performs record keeping functions, ensuring all visualization and production activities such as visualization requests, product formatting, and dissemination are captured within the relevant database. Performs ad hoc and recurring business analytic support that includes, but is not limited to, business process mapping of intelligence-related activities, performance measures of intelligence–related activities, surveying stakeholders, statistical analysis of intelligence-related activities, and process improvement analysis.
Performance of daily responsibilities that requires familiarity with computers and video tele-training.
Duties require knowledge of Army and INSCOM Language Management Systems, knowledge of language acquisition and instructional programs, and general knowledge of crypto linguistic, interrogation, HUMINT, and counterintelligence operations.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Required Experience: Minimum 8 years of Army Military Intelligence experience and experience related to the specific labor category with at least a portion of the experience within the last 2 years.
Required Experience: Two years of experience as a Command-level or INSCOM Major Subordinate Command CLPM, either as a civilian or through a military duty.
Required Graduate of ATRRS Class designator 00ZZ, Command Language Program Manager 40-hour School taught at Monterey, California.
Demonstrates comprehensive mission knowledge and skills that affirms completion of all developmental training and experiences for the labor category.
Demonstrates ability to communicate understanding from information that may be incomplete, indirect, highly complex, seemingly unrelated, and / or technically advanced. Structures analytic questions based on trends in reporting and a range of analytic perspectives from other analysts, organizations, and intelligence disciplines.
Demonstrates ability to work independently with minimal oversight and direction.
Demonstrates ability to collaborate and work with other IC members on information sharing, driving collection, and addressing analytic disputes and conflict resolution.
Demonstrates ability to develop concise, insightful, and comprehensive products for defense intelligence.
Demonstrates ability to guide teams in researching multifaceted or critical problems. Knowledge of Army and INSCOM Language Management Systems, language acquisition and instructional programs, and crypto linguistic, interrogation, HUMINT, and counterintelligence operations.
- Desired Education: Bachelor’s degree in an area related to the labor category from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.