Camber Corporation Senior Military Analyst-15809 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia

Description

Duties: Serve as an M&S analyst providing instruction and course development supporting the Army Modeling and Simulation Office (AMSO), Simulation Proponent Division; serve as the instructor team expert for instruction, course design, and development on applying models and simulations to meet the modeling and simulation community objectives. Perform tasks to provide education and training solutions in the areas of modeling and simulation (M&S) operations and the Mission Command Information Systems (MCIS) for Active Component, USAR, and ARNG officers designated Functional Area 57 (FA57) and Government Service employees designated Career Program 36 (CP36). Duties as primary instructor and courseware developer are to teach, train, coach, and mentor soldiers and government civilian personnel in simulation-related courses such as the Simulation Operations Qualification Course (SOC), the Simulation Professional Course (SPC), the Battle Command Officer’s Integration Course (BCOIC) the Intermediate Simulations Course (ISOC), the Advanced Simulation Operations Course (ASOC), and other proponent office developed courses. Continually review, develop, update, and provide oversight to the instructional methodologies and reference materials employed in these courses and recommend/implement changes as required. Coordinate and synchronize all material and resources for the courses. Responsible for education analysis, courseware development, and instruction in order to provide education and training solutions for the Total Army Workforce in the area of Modeling and Simulation. Prepare and write training support packages, lesson plans, and supporting instructional material. Additional duties include researching, analyzing and articulating, both orally and in writing, solutions for lifecycle DOTMLPF issues in support of US Army Functional Area 57 (FA57) and Department of the Army Civilian Career Program 36 (CP 36).

Required Qualifications:

  • BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university in a relevant field

  • 5+ years of experience working issues across the Army’s Acquisition, Experimentation, Testing and Analysis, Sustainment or Intelligence communities

  • 3+ years of experience in US Army’s Analysis, Design, Development and Evaluation (ADDIE) for developing and updating courseware

  • Experience with facilitating government conferences and knowledge of staff operations and processes

  • Experience with the research, development, and revision of training courses and preparation of appropriate training materials. Ability to lead/assist with the preparation of all instructor materials (course manuals, workbooks, handouts, completion certificates, and course evaluation forms)

  • Ability to provide expert technical advice and guidance to the FA57/CP36 on the planning, programming, and technical methodologies for the M&S implementation efforts

  • Knowledge of the interrelationships between M&S community of expertise and other communities

  • Ability to develop point papers, briefings, and presentations, and make formal oral presentations of these materials to all levels of government personnel, including GO and civilian equivalent

Desired Qualifications:

  • TRADOC certified instructor

  • Possession of excellent organizational, technical, analytical, and qualitatively and quantitatively critical thinking skills

  • Conduct coordination and collaboration across the government, academia, and industry to research models and simulations that reflect the changes to and the complexity of the operational environment for use in training and combat developments.

  • MEL 4 or equivalent

  • MBA, MA, or MS degree preferred; PHD degree a plus.

Security Clearance: Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Any formal job offer will be contingent upon the incumbents' receipt of a Secret Interim Clearance and successful adjudication of the security clearance process.

About Us

Camber is now part of the Integrated Mission Solutions Group of Huntington Ingalls Industries Technical Solutions Division.

Camber Corporation employs a diverse mix of skilled professionals who apply their knowledge and experience to creating innovative new solutions for a variety of Government, commercial, and international customers.

Founded as an 8(a) company in 1990, Camber Corporation’s management had the entrepreneurial vision to recognize how existing and emerging technologies could help solve long-standing as well as newly identified problems in the public sector market.

Camber’s initial success with our first customers brought additional work resulting in the hiring of energetic and creative new employees. Within five years, Camber was named to Inc. ’s list of fastest growing companies in the United States (1995, 1996) specializing in: Aviation Sensors and Simulations; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) research and development; training and logistical support; project management using Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS); training; and information technology support.

Camber graduated from its 8(a) status in 1998 and has continued to add highly specialized capabilities to its portfolio of services to include: Agile Software Engineering & IT; All Hazards; Modeling, Simulation and Training; Unmanned Systems, Intelligence Analysis and Operations; and Engineering and Management. We are accredited in national and international standards, including ISO 9001:2008, ISO 20000, and CMMI ML-3, and use these standards to ensure our services and products are consistent and of the highest quality.

Camber Corporation is headquartered in Huntsville, AL with a major workforce concentration in the Washington D.C. / National Capital Region and other locations in the U.S., Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Camber Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE/AA Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled