MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB) is seeking experienced candidates for an Innovation and Integration Support analyst supporting Intelligence Data Systems and Architectures. MacB’s Innovation and Integration analyst assists ACC, AFLCMC and subordinate units track, integrate and evaluate and integrate existing and new technologies into the Tactical Air Control System (TACS), Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (PED), analysis, and targeting enterprises for the purpose of ensuring that existing weapons systems, equipment and components operate at required specifications and are capable of providing the Air Force highly accurate intelligence products. Contract personnel shall assist the government in developing and providing multi-discipline ISR architectural products and services, identifying promising new technologies and establishing research and development requirements as well as working to develop schedules, test plans, and exercise/experimentation requirements.
Additional tasks include but are not limited to;
- Identify, monitor, evaluate and advise/assist ACC/A2X on which emerging multi-discipline ISR technologies and non-materiel solutions are likely to meet warfighter requirements.
- Test, evaluate and develops training/certification materials for common intelligence systems.
- Monitor compliance with prescribed regulations and instructions regarding analysis of alternatives; materiel and non-materiel solution modeling and simulation; and cost analyses. Help develop tactics, techniques and procedures that improve productivity.
- Analyze technological inadequacies and/or deficiencies that affect the multi-discipline ISR capabilities to fulfill operational mission objectives and programmatic goals.
- Assist in contributing to and maintaining requirements databases and architectural archives; supports configuration baseline management efforts and forums that identify/codify Command ISR gaps and requirements; identifies gaps in requirements; mentors junior analysts.Tracks initiation, validation and satisfaction of ISR requirements and requests for information, while managing project associated databases and activities for multiple command echelons.
- Develop empirical and qualitative assessments for ACC decision-makers, regarding technology and procedural impacts to current and programmed ISR systems, sub-components, tactics, techniques and procedures, and organizational structures.
- Participate in Joint C4ISR experimentation, operational exercises and system development and integration activities; conduct multi-discipline ISR functional activities using one or more current Intelligence Community and DoD component standard ISR tools and applications; acts as a Analyst to assist units and C-NAFs performing in exercises and experiments; ensures training to proper standards, identifies training gaps to proper organizations.
- Assist ACC/CAF and other organizations in developing instructional materials, processes and schedules for training Air Force personnel, exercising emerging capabilities and certification of materials and processes for assuring Air Force personnel retain critical skills.
- Bachelor’s degree in area of expertise (e.g. Intelligence Analysis, International Studies) OR eight (8) years of experience in an Intelligence-related discipline
- Five (5) years of experience related to tasks identified in the Task that demonstrates ability to perform as an expert supporting integration of systems, technologies and training/TTP development for ACC and AFISR weapon systems,
- Within the last five (5) years, three (3) years working experience with ACC-owned, operated or related ISR Weapon Systems (e.g. U-2, RQ-4, MC-12, RC-135, MQ-1/9, AF DCGS and/or AOC/ISRD).