Provide support to a DoD and assist with detailed planning related to installation matters, future installation concepts, and installation special projects. Help to receive, process, track, analyze, and staff basing action requests through Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics approval and final processing. Advise and assist basing action proponents across the DoD with navigating basing processes. Leverage subject matter expertise to facilitate solutions and inform decisions for strategic and operational basing issues. Interact with staff to address strategic and operational basing issues and accurately assess or respond to basing action requests. Support the client in their analysis, development of courses of action, and justification or recommendation for assigned basing actions. Support the DoD client responses to Congressional and public inquiries pertaining to basing actions, installation planning, and installation-related special projects, assist with managing and administrating web sites pertaining to basing programs and activities, and support annual reviews of installation and basing policies, processes, and management tools.
- 5+ years of experience as an analyst or program manager at the Service Component Headquarters or DoD level
- Experience with using Microsoft Office software
- Knowledge of developing Planning Orders (PLANORDs), Operations Orders (OPORDs), and Letters of Instruction (LOIs) to implement installation actions and planning guidance
- Secret clearance
- BA or BS degree
- Experience in working with military basing programs preferred
- Experience with the Military preferred
- BA or BS degree in Engineering, Community Planning, or Facility Management preferred
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification preferred
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; Secret clearance is required.
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