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Mod Sim Analyst for Maneuver, Intel/OPFOR
Work Location: Norfolk, VA
Job Code: 9099
# of openings: 1
Salary Range (Annual):
Deadline to apply:
*This position is currently contingent upon contract award.
Civilian Education. Bachelor's degree required; major in operations research, management, military science, political science, engineering or equivalent area desired.
Military Education. Minimum three years experience in military training and education. Attendance at Intermediate Level School such as Marine Corps CSC or completion of equivalent nonresident course is preferred.
Military Operational Experience. Minimum five years operational experience in military engineering, maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, or intelligence operations as it pertains to computer-assisted exercises. Minimum three years demonstrated knowledge of military doctrine, tactics, and command relationships at MAGTF or joint/combined command level as measured by actual operational force employment experience. Minimum three years experience conducting exercises or analysis efforts. Direct participation in real world operations is desired. Naval Construction Force experience and/or familiarity with military engineering operations is desired.
Modeling and Simulation Experience. Minimum three years experience in DOD modeling and simulation, and have previous experience with MTWS, and other simulation models such as JCATS, JSAF, OneSAF, CBS, or JTLS.
Operate, provide instruction, and maintain various training to simulation models with respect to maneuver, aviation, fires, logistics, and intelligence operations with respect to billet assignment, and contractor’s personal military background. Translate real world or fictional enemy and friendly force structures into an exercise simulation database. Study highly classified material and sanitizes to a lesser classification level for entry into a model, simulation or report. Provide analysis of a functional area (e.g., aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) and identify strengths and weaknesses as they occur during a simulation-supported event. Research documents and extracts or factual data for composition of military forces for a model/simulation. Edit doctrinal manuscripts, analyzes problem areas, and postulate feasible solutions for simulation and training events. Participate in and conducts reviews and structured walk-through of simulation events and training, operation orders and plans, and information gathering requirements. Provide analysis during exercises and attend conferences and meetings at both the resident site and other locations off-site. During actual event acts as advisor/instructor to event response cell to ensure that simulation is properly employed to provide realistic training. Assists in reviewing classified material and recommends a lesser classification for use in events, models simulations, demonstrations, reports, and/or briefings. As new simulation models or upgrades to current simulation models are introduced, the M&S section is required to train; operate, maintain the functional areas of the new model or upgrade. Provide analysis of emergent simulation technologies against stated requirements. This includes drafting test plans, conducting tests, publishing test results, and maintaining and archiving of simulation based training scenarios including organizational databases, tactics, weapon system capabilities, doctrine, and force structures for use in preparation of strategic or tactical exercises. Document the salient properties of the system(s) being evaluated and their relevance to Navy, Marine Corps, Naval Construction Force or Joint training. Translate operations orders into simulation databases. Conduct pre-event tests and evaluation of supporting databases, and parametric data. Conduct post-event critique and analysis employing various after action review systems.
*Camber is supporting several Marine Corps programs today in the areas of training support, doctrine, fire support systems, and C4I systems; with additional programs on the near-term horizon that include training services support. If you have Marine Corps or related experience please get in touch and we will see if we can match you to one of our programs.
*Must be eligible for at least a top-secret clearance and ability to acquire TS SCI access.
Camber Corporation is headquartered in Huntsville, AL. Founded in 1990, we have over 106 locations worldwide. We provide responsive engineering services and technical support to our customers worldwide. Camber recognizes its employees are its greatest asset, and customer-focused efforts are the primary reason for its success. Key competencies include Information Technology, Homeland Security including support for the development of Chemical and Biological defensive systems, Training and Education including Distributed/Distance Learning, development of Decision Support Systems, Modeling and Simulation, Systems Engineering, and Software Engineering. Camber Corporation provides simulation based tools and services for training, mission planning, rehearsal, after action reviews, virtual reality command and control, and engineering analysis.