Position: Senior Engineer - Policy and Processes
Location: Norfolk Naval Station
Number of positions: Two (2)
Clearance: Must have current Secret clearance, verifiable in JPAS
Period of Performance: Six (6) month base beginning 9/22/17 with four (4), twelve-month option years
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Joint Staff J35 South requires non-personal support services to Joint Staff J35 South Global Force Management Policy and Process Division to analyze/define shortfalls or inefficiencies and deliver solutions to improve systems, architectures and business processes related to critical mission areas of Global Force Management (GFM) , Adaptive Planning and Execution (APEX), and Joint Deployment Process (JDP).
Takes an individual with patience, excellent reading comprehension and writing skills, and the ability to stay focused on a single task that takes months to complete.
Senior engineers must have a bachelor’s degree in a related technical or management discipline from an accredited college or university. Four (4) years of direct experience with the integration of GFM with Adaptive Planning & Execution with a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from an accredited college or university may be substituted for the requirement of a bachelor's degree in a related technical or management discipline.
Active Secret, must be verifiable within JPAS.
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