LOGCAP Planner Subject Matter Expert\/Military Analyst, Principal The Unites States Army requires Industry Partners to augment Army capabilities in every Geographic Combatant Command (GCC).The US Army Logistics Civilian Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) provides contracted capabilities to plan for and, when directed, rapidly provide the sustainment capabilities necessary to set theaters and enable Army and Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational operations from phase 0 through phase 5. LOGCAP requires Industry Partners to provide planning capabilities and to deliver actionable plans for the rapid integration of contracted capabilities into Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) plans and operations. Setting a theater requires organization, preparation and execution of all activities needed to establish favorable conditions for conducting military operations in the theater.The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate experience and familiarity with the Nation\u2019s Joint and Army doctrine, Operational plans and the Army\u2019s sustainment enterprise capabilities, premier logistics organizations and the logistics unit order of battle. Duties \u00b7Conducts detailed planning and analysis required to deliver plans for contracted solutions that enable Army Service Component Commands (ASCC), and Theater Sustainment Commands to set the theater in support of the geographic combatant commander\u2019s plan. \u00b7Uses existing OPLANs, CONPLANs, and\/or areas of emerging threat to inform LOGCAP planning functions. \u00b7Based on USG identified organic sustainment\/logistics shortfalls or capability gaps, conducts detailed analysis and planning to develop plans for Government acceptance, such as, but not limited to, Concepts of Support, support plans (SUPPLAN) and Annex W input for the ASCC priority OPLAN. \u00b7Develops additional support plans (SUPPLANs), concepts of support, and Annex W inputs based on ASCC mission priorities. Maintains and updates previously delivered SUPPLANs, concepts of support, and Annex W inputs. \u00b7Creates and maintains Country\/Region Books to inform each Support Plan, concepts of support, and Annex W input.Provides information to facilitate operational planning, setting the theater and defense support to civil authorities. \u00b7Plans for the use of LOGCAP contracted capabilities to facilitate movement of personnel and materiel to power projection platforms, deployment operations, and theater opening tasks including reception, staging, onward movement and integration (RSOI), aerial port of debarkation\/seaport of debarkation (APOD\/SPOD) services, development of intermediate staging bases, distribution networks, and other key support activities. \u00b7The LOGCAP planner prepares executive level briefing materials, provide briefs to senior leadership and coordinates across organizations at senior levels to ensure plans and outcomes meet the Army\u2019s standards for Logistics readiness. Qualifications \u00b7Preference for Army Field Grade or higher service in the Army sustainment branch or Senior NCO with comparable skills, knowledge and experience. \u00b7Service in any of the Geographic Combatant Command theaters, and in Army Logistics and support organizations.\u00a0 \u00b7High preference for School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) Advanced Strategic Planning and Policy Program (ASP3), Joint Advanced Warfighting School (JAWS) graduates or similar planner credentials. \u00b7Previous experience on the Joint Staff, Army Staff, other similar Echelon I Military organizations, in any of the Geographic Combatant Commands, Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with logistics or operational planning responsibilities. \u00b7Service within the Army Sustainment Command (ASC), Army Material Command (AMC), Theater Sustainment Commands (TSC), Expeditionary Sustainment Commands (ESC), and in deployed operational combat logistics maneuver units. Former Service in, or in command of an Army Field Sustainment Brigade is ideal. \u00b7Ideal if the FT Bragg planner has served with or has experience with FORSCOM, XVIII Corps, USASOC and\/or the 406th\u00a0AFSB \u00b7Travel is required, candidate must meet Geographic Combatant Commander theater specific medical standards for deployment where required.\u00a0 \u00b7Must have and maintain eligibility for Top Secret Clearance
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