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Operations Support Subject Matter Expert

Prepare and complete staff actions pertaining to 127e authorities within HQ, USSOCOM. Provide support to information management for the 127e program via the USSOCOM portal. Draft and present briefings referencing all duties and responsibilities regarding the 127e program. Plan, organize and execute periodic operational and administrative workshops to inform and train 127e project managers Prepare and staff executivereports through USSOCOM HQ to the Office of Secretary of Defense ? Master's degree in relevant field (e.g., Management, Administration, Program Management, Operations Research, Economics, or Social Sciences) ? 15 years combined Joint, SOF, Interagency, and Regional experience working military operations to include special operations conducted in a joint, combined, and interagency environment ? 5 years' experience working Section 127e Authorities ? 10 years' experience in the Military Decision Making Process, deliberate and crisis planning, and the Joint Operational Plans and Execution System procedures. ? 5 years' experience leading integrated process teams, joint planning groups, or battle staffs at the operational and strategic levels. ? 5 years' experience working Concepts of Operation and Expense Authorization Documents ? Completed, one Joint Staff, combatant command, or multi-national staff tour Graduated from a Joint Professional Military Education course, Intermediate Development Course or a Senior Professional Military Education Course ? 10 years' experience using communication skills, both written and oral, to include preparation of written products for senior leader (general officer/flag officer/senior executive service level) use and the ability to communicate at all levels ? 5 years' experience working with USSOCOM, subordinate organizations, DOD, and knowledge of each military U.S. military service's roles and missions ? Current DoD Top Secret clearance and eligible for SCI access required #ACD-2306
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
15+ years

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