USfalcon Operations Planner IV (MILSATCOM) in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Operations Planner IV (MILSATCOM) Job LocationsUS-CO-Colorado SpringsJobID 2018-2311 Category Engineering Clearance Level TS/SCI OverviewUSfalcon, Inc., recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately heldcompanies in the United States, is seeking an Operations Planner IV(MILSATCOM) to work at Schriever AFB, CO.ResponsibilitiesThe MILSATCOM subject matter expert (SME) will support the SPACE FLAG(SF)/Advanced Training (AT) team at Schriever AFB, CO. SF is amission planning exercise designed to prepare tactical-level space operatorsto execute operations in a realistic contested, degraded, andoperationally limited (CDO) environment against a thinking and determinedadversary. This Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) sponsored exercise focusesexclusively on the space domain, rather providing space services to others.CONUS travel is requiredServes as the Distributed Mission Operations Center - Space (DMOC-S)MILSATCOM SME in support of SF exercises and unit-level AT eventsAssists MILSATCOM POCs with drafting advanced training objectives (TOs)and developing and planning unit involvement in SF exercisesCoordinates MILSATCOM support and manning requirements with SF exerciseplannersGathers information, establishes liaisons and coordinates with key internaland external stakeholders and integrates inputs into SF exercises or AT eventsInteracts with other contractors to identify synergies between SF exerciseobjectives and AT lesson plans and academicsInteracts with MILSATCOM units on a regular basis (e.g., 50 OG RSP ATMeasures (RAMs) development and execution, Crew Readiness Verification(CRV) events, and SF exercises) to identify opportunities where DMOC-Scan integrate modeling and simulation (M&S) capabilities into AT eventsIdentifies gaps and shortfalls in M&S tools needed to provide timely,realistic SF exercise capabilitiesProvide assistance planning conferences, coordination meetings, trainingevents, etc.Participates as part of the Exercise Control Group (ECG) and White Cell,as requiredCaptures, analyzes, and reports observations and lessons learnedidentified during the design, planning, and execution of SF exercises andAT eventsSupports hot wash debriefs and After-Action Report development after each SFexercise or AT eventPrepares event-related documents (i.e., trip reports, exerciseplanning/execution products, after-action reports, lessons learned,meeting minutes) within established time framesProvides accurate and timely responses to DMOC-S tasks and coordinatesresponses in accordance with command policies and proceduresCarries out any other tasks that may be required in order to ensure DMOC-Smission success for SF exercise and AT eventsAdditional duties as assignedQualificationsRequired Skills:A minimum of ten (10) years of operational space experience is requiredCurrent or previous experience (within the last five years) working in the3rd Space Operations Squadron (3 SOPS), 4 SOPS, or 53rd SignalsBattalion (53D SIG BN)Experience with on-orbit operations of MILSATCOM systems (Defense SatelliteCommunication System (DSCS), Wideband Global Satellite (WGS),MILSTAR/Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF))Headquarters staff experiencePrevious experience designing, planning, preparing, executing,and/or evaluating United States Air Force (USAF) space capabilities inService, Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) or Combatant Command (CCMD) exercisesEight (8) additional years of relevant experience may be substituted fordegree requirement, for a total of eighteen (18) yearsDesired Skills:Master's degree from an accredited institution in Space Operations,Engineering, Operational Research, Strategic Studies or a space-related fieldProficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint,Excel, Access, and Outlook)Understanding of the 50 SW mission, capabilities and limitations, taskingand reporting procedures and end user requirementsA solid understanding of Service and Joint space mission areas, BMC2constructs, and knowledge of current spa