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Huntington Ingalls Industries USSOUTHCOM Intermediate Joint Interorganizational Specialist - IJIS - 18856 in Miami, Florida

USSOUTHCOM Intermediate Joint Interorganizational Specialist - IJIS - 18856

Position Location Miami, FL

Requisition # 18856

# of Openings 1

HII – Mission Driven Innovative Solutions Inc. (HII-MDIS) provides mission-critical engineering and technical service to Information Technology, Federal Civilian, and National Security, Aerospace & Defense and International government and commercial customers at over 100 locations worldwide.

HII – MDIS is currently seeking an Intermediate Joint Interorganizational Specialist (IJIS) to work out of the USSOUTHCOM J7/9 office.

Duties and Responsibilities (to include but not be limited to the following):

  • Support the planning, coordination and integration of USG agencies, IOs, NGOs, PVOs, Private Sector and civilian academic institution activities with Command requirements within the SCJ7/9 Directorate, Interagency Integration and Public Private Cooperation Divisions.

  • Contact all assigned IA, IO, and NGO personnel at least once a month. Contact may be by electronic mail, telephonically, or in person.

  • Read all published strategic guidance from each agency and shall maintain a local copy of such guidance, which will update at least semi-annually

  • Maintain a local copy of each agency’s organizational chart

  • Review charts for accuracy quarterly

  • Respond to agencies’ request for information no later than three (3) business days after receipt.

  • Facilitate development of interorganizational learning requirements and programs through the Joint Training System

  • Facilitates the preparation, planning, and execution of interorganizational training plans across the Combatant Commands

  • Coordinate IA, IO, NGO, PSO, and civilian academic institution participation in training and exercises in accordance with JP 3-08, Interorganizational Coordination, JP 3-57, Civil-Military Operations, and JP 3-0, Joint Operations.

  • Coordinate with IA, IO, NGO, PSO, and academic organizations to provide participants for exercises and training events conducted at the HQ and in the AOR.

  • Ensure partner organization personnel are properly integrated into exercise play or training.

  • Identify agencies with equities in the exercise scenario and determine correct offices/personnel to invite

  • Invite and integrate partner organization personnel to all relevant Joint Exercise Life Cycle events

  • Ensure partner organization personnel have provided in writing their training objectives to the exercise planner to shape exercises

  • Ensure partner organization personnel are properly integrated into the execution of the exercise (includes travel, security clearances, physical space, and information technology accounts)

  • Ensure partner organization personnel provide written input to the after action review process

  • Ensure lessons learned or best practices are integrated into the Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS) within 30 days of execution

  • Respond to recall of personnel within the command-established reporting suspense

  • Use historical data to analyze interorganizational coordination activities and provide feedback to improve ongoing and planned operations, activities, and planning efforts; processes and coordinates efforts to apply emergent changes

  • Plan, coordinate and execute conferences on a quarterly basis in support of theater security cooperation goals

  • Provide input into a comprehensive database of IA, IO, NGO, PSO, and academic organizations operating, or with an interest in, the AOR to facilitate shared situational awareness and improved interorganizational planning

  • Develop, coordinate and process Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) with each of the relevant USG agencies, IOs, NGOs, PSOs, and academic institutions collaborating with USSOUTHCOM

  • Develop a tracking matrix for all existing MOUs/MOAs IOT facilitate timely review/update of documents within two (2) weeks of tasking

  • Initiate negotiations on MOU/MOA terms with relevant partner senior leadership within two (2) weeks of tasking

  • Facilitate negotiations between USSOUTHCOM government representatives and partner representatives

  • Ensure legal review is completed by USSOUTHCOM and partner legal staff within thirty (30) days of final draft completion

  • Route MOU/MOA for SC leadership signature and disseminate to USSOUTHCOM, Component, JTF

  • leadership for implementation within thirty (30) days of draft completion

  • Participate in operational planning teams and joint planning groups, write and coordinate interorganizational coordination CCP objectives and resource requirements affecting theater security cooperation using the annual Program Objective Memorandum (POM) and Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (PPBES) cycles

  • Maintain reference files on all engagement activities planned and executed in the AOR

Qualifications and Experience :

Required –

  • Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Public Administration and/or Public Policy

  • Have at least three (3) years of Joint Command planning experience or planning experience at a US government agency that habitually supports the Department of Defense with joint interagency planning and coordination.

  • Knowledge of interorganizational process, procedures, and doctrine.

  • Demonstrated experience regarding interorganizational processes, procedures, and doctrine as well as the challenges and equities inherent in the strategic and operational integration of Interagency, IO, NGO, PSO, and academic organizations into joint operations and exercises.

Preferred –

  • Experience on USSOUTHCOM or other CCMD or Service Staff

  • Language expertise in Spanish and/or Portuguese

Security :

  • All candidates will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and drug screening per HII requirements.

  • Currently possess a TS with SCI desired.

Huntington Ingalls Industries is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected class.