ISR Plans and Programs Requirements Manager ( R-00080974 )
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The Leidos currently has an opening for a ISR Plans and Program Requirements Manager to work at Joint-Base Langley Eustis in Hampton, VA. This is an exciting opportunity to use your experience to help the Air Combat Command Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Major Command.
The applicant will be responsible for executing the planning and programming activities of the 363 Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Wing (ISRW) Plans and Programs (XP) directorate. This includes short and long-range plan reviews, reprogramming activities, technical reviews, requirements, organizational structure recommendations, and resource analysis. The applicant will advise the XP director on policy, requirements, and programmatic matters. The applicant will work closely with both internal and external organizations to accomplish the 363 ISRW mission.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Manages 363 ISRW Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA)/Capabilities-Based Planning (CBP) activities to include development and maintenance of CBA/CBP Business Rules. Responsible for collecting, adjudicating, and advocating requirements to the MAJCOM corporate structure for funding consideration.
- Administers 363 ISRW Requirements Management Process to include Wing's Requirements Management Governance Structure (RMG, RMB, and RMC).
- Promulgates annual 363 ISRW Planning Force Initiatives (PFI) and Program Objective Memorandum (POM) Planning Guidance. Evaluates and applies strategic planning documents to include NDS, NSS, NMS, JSCP, etc.
- States requirements and submits PFI and POM nominations in support of 363 ISRW targeting/GEOINT, analytical, and SIGINT products and services. Conducts PFI/POM life-cycle tracking.
- Develops POM Position Papers, Tri-Charts, RAPIDS Slides, POM summaries, and decision quality briefings for senior wing leadership. Supports XP director and/or wing commander at NAF and ACC/A2 decision forums.
- Functions as the Issue Champion for designated POM submissions; provides all related support through life-cycle of submission. Maintains Zero-Based Review (ZBR) data ISO Wing's Full Operational Capability Submission.
- Monitors status of resource funding using ABIDES data base to determine status of approved POM submissions.
- Generates trend/analysis reports, position papers, documentation, final reports, and decision briefings in response to programmatic requests from the Plans and Programs (XP) director and wing senior staff.
- Remains cognizant of MPA Manday requirements, unit support agreements, wing COOP plans, Facility/MILCON issues, IG Inspection reports (findings), and requirements inputs.
- Coordinates Wing/XP input to Inspector General (IG) Risk-Based Sampling Strategy (RBSS).Contributes to developing 363 ISRW’s long range planning and objectives. Identifies key strategic priorities and defines objectives and actions required to achieve them.
- Directs complex and cross functional planning, manpower, and resource projects. Coordinates with staff, subordinate groups and squadrons, NAF, Air Combat Command (ACC), Joint, DoD, support contractors, and other agencies as required to complete planning activities.
- Evaluates and provides input into strategic organizational planning, higher headquarters requirements development, and project implementation matters. Develops, evaluates, and applies Wing-level guidance and provides oversight for ACC/HQ AF-level instructions and directives. Reviews and comments on Joint, Service, and NAF doctrine/policy.
- Provides support to Wing senior leaders. Adapts implementation plans as necessary to changing senior leader plans and priorities.
- Bachelor’s degree in area of expertise and 15 + years of program management experience with at least 10 years’ ISR experience OR a Masters and 10 years of program management experience and ISR experience. Practical USAF ISR and project management experience may be substituted for degree.
- Must have in-depth knowledge of DoD Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) process.
- Must have ability to effectively organize and analyze information, produce professional reports, position papers, briefings, and decision documents.
- Must possess comprehensive knowledge of financial and budgetary methods, practices, procedures, regulations, policies, and processes which affect the use of program and related support resources.
- Must be knowledgeable of Intelligence Community (IC) missions, operations, and capabilities.
- Must possess a current DoD Top Secret/SCI clearance single-scope background investigation. TS with SCI eligibility accepted.
- Must have Air Component/AOC or MAJCOM-level staff experience.
- Must be able to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing
- Must have ability to work independently and in coordination with others within the 363 ISRW, subordinate units, and higher headquarters.
- Must be able to travel as required (20%).
- Knowledge of Strategic Planning Documents to include National Defense Strategy (NDS), National Security Strategy (NSS), National Military Strategy (NMS), Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP) and the HAF/A2 Flight Plan.
- Familiarity with Air Combat Command’s Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (GIISR), Core Function Lead Integrator (CFLI), and ACC/A2 Capability Working Groups (CWGs) roles.
- Familiarity with the DOTMLPF-P process.
- Familiarity with Military Construction (MILCON) process.
- U.S Air Force ISR program management related position.
- Experience in overseas operations (e.g., OIR, OEF, OOD, etc.) is highly desirable, to include ISR support to Special Operations Forces (SOF).
- Familiarity with Air Force or Joint Lessons Learned program.
- Possesses advanced Microsoft Office application skills.