Research Analyst, CALL TRADOC Asymmetric Warfare Group
Position And Title
Research Analyst, Center for Army Lessons Learned
As directed, estimated 10% CONUS and OCONUS
Must have or be able to obtain a DoD issued Secret clearance.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university
Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.
- The Research Analyst located at the Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL), Fort Leavenworth, KS, will support the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG). The AWG is headquartered at Fort Meade, MD, and is the lead organization to provide the U.S. Army with global perspective and expertise in full-spectrum training, planning, and execution of countermeasures to AW. The AWG provides observation, analysis, training, and advisory support to Army and Joint Force units to enhance their capabilities to predict, mitigate, counter, and defeat asymmetric threats and methods. The AWG is organized for continuous operations, capable of rapid deployments and response/mission cycles and able to operate in different areas of responsibility simultaneously.
- Serve as advisor to officials with broader and higher responsibilities on status of projects, progress made, projected future plans, problems involving the relationship of the work supervised to broader programs, and its impact on these programs.
- Responsible for developing initial strategic communication plans for AW training and information dissemination to the U.S. Army.
- Responsible for briefing senior military personnel on methods to modify training to handle specific or general asymmetric threats.
- Responsible for keeping informed of current developments in the technical field by studying technical literature, attending and participating in technical societies, technical meetings and symposia, and through correspondence with other professionals.
- Conduct AW analysis by researching incidents and TTPs and assist in preparing lessons learned for dissemination to the U.S. Army and other military services.
- Observe, collect, develop, validate, and disseminate emerging TTPs, and assist in AW lessons learned training to pre-deployment and/or deployed units.
- Provide updates in each area to ensure the strategy and joint common operating picture remains relevant.
- Provide briefings, advice, TTPs and other assistance in updating training to accommodate counter Asymmetric Warfare (AW) techniques.
- Assist in new materiel solution training and analyzes how best a new materiel solution will fit within a larger tactical environment.
- Maintain contact with other groups and organizations performing related work and coordinates new ideas and developments.
- At a minimum should have at least five (5) years of relevant experience with either the U.S. military or other federal government organizations.
- Demonstrated the ability to meet the responsibilities described above and to create requirements based upon command guidance, mission analysis, and/or through threat analysis
- Demonstrated experience in identifying, collecting, and developing lessons learned.
- Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills and must possess the ability to communicate effectively with USG customers, executive and senior leadership, and support management staff.
- Must have excellent presentation skills, with an ability to design, develop and deliver high-quality deliverables created through collaboration
- Must be able to communicate effectively with high-level US officials and foreign dignitaries.
- Successful candidates will have experience and knowledge of communicating training information with the Army or other Services.
- Must be a problem identifier/solver that will address challenges with vigor and tenacity using appropriate analytical and lean six sigma tools and techniques.