Huntington Ingalls Industries Strategic Planner - Interagency in Reston, Virginia
HII-MDIS is searching for aStrategic Plannerto serve as a subject matter expert ininteragency policyand agreements. This individual will perform analytical and support tasks for the development and negotiation of interagency agreements with secondary emphasis on international agreements for JIDO under the direction of the JIDO government in a dynamic, fast-paced and mission oriented environment.
Serve as a Subject Matter Expert in interagency policy and agreements with a secondary focus on international agreements.
Perform analytic and support tasks for the development and negotiation of interagency and/or international agreements for JIDO under the direction of the TPOC.
Work with JIDO Interagency, International Engagement and Foreign Disclosure Teams to assist in the development of cooperation strategy with individual organizations/agencies and/or countries, based on JIDO leadership and Combatant Command demand signals.
Interact with senior DoD policy personnel responsible for Project Agreements, Master Memoranda of Agreements, Master Information Exchange Agreements and reciprocal and non-reciprocal personnel exchange agreements with a multitude of interagency organizations and/or international partner countries.
Lead JIDO Interagency Communities of Action efforts under the direction of the government customer; coordinate meetings, working groups, build or further substantial working relationships with interagency partners.
Use knowledge of the Office of General Counsel and international and domestic laws specific to treaties between the USG and the greater international community.
Use working knowledge of DoD Directives 5530.3, 5230.2 and 5230.11 to conduct relevant activities.
Meet with key stakeholders, including JIDO and foreign personnel to determine appropriate agreements to execute collaboration and cooperation in furtherance of the JIDO mission.
Prepare draft documents, briefings, information papers, concepts, policies and strategy in support of JIDO.
Coordinate all interagency and/or international agreements efforts through relevant DoD and other organizational channels as necessary to ensure products are in compliance with U.S. laws, regulations and policies.
Through detailed research and analysis, provides the necessary strategic vision for every JIDO directorate/staff section and translates that vision into useable products for all senior members of JIDO.
Support the Deliberate Planning Process
Understand and Analyze Department of Defense Policy and Strategic Analysis
Shall be able to coordinate and synchronize national- level joint, multi national, and inter-agency strategy development.
Other duties, as assigned.
To qualify as a senior, must have twenty (20) years of military or DoD experience, with at least five (5) of those years as a staff officer at a major command, office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Service Chief or Combatant Command level developing policy and strategy.
To qualify as a junior/journeyman, must have 8-15 years of military or DoD experience with at least two (2) years as a staff officer at a major command, office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Service Chief or Combatant Command level developing policy and strategy.
Minimum 3-5 years’ demonstrated experience with interagency organizations, preferably to include experience supporting interagency Communities of Action.
Must have demonstrated working knowledge and significant experience in policy development, strategy development and strategic and operational planning, to include conducting policy, operational environment and mission analysis.
It is strongly preferred that a candidate has experience working with, and on issues with the Office of she SECDEF, Joint Staff, CCMDs, Service, Multi-national forces and interagency on strategic level defense strategy (such as the QDR, National Defense and Military Strategies, Global Employment of the Force and Global Development of the Force).
Thorough working knowledge of DoD Directives 5530.3, 5230.2 and 5230.11
Experience drafting or supporting the writing of Project Agreements, Master Memoranda of Agreements, Master Information Exchange Agreements and personnel exchange agreements
Experience supporting the deliberate planning process.
Minimum five (5) years’ experience conducting research, coordination and recommending strategic solutions through DoD channels.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Strong, detail-oriented analytical and critical thinking skills.
Due to the nature of potential OCONUS travel, a U.S. passport is required.
Minimum Level of Education:
- To qualify as Junior/Journeyman - Bachelor’s degree in Relevant Subject Area; Master’s preferred; to qualify as Senior - a Master’s Degree in National Security, Defense Policy or a related field.
Desired Level of Education:
Master’s Degree in National Security, Defense Policy or a related field.
Must possess a current DoD TS/SCI with correct suitability and eligibility visible in JPAS.
Physical Demands -The physical demands described here are representative of those that may need to be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.
HII Mission Driven Innovative Solutions (HII-MDIS), formerly Fulcrum, is an equal opportunity employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. EOE of Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disability