LinQuest Corporation is seeking a Space Battle Management Command and Control (BMC2) Analyst, to join our team in Colorado Springs. As a member of our team, you will support requirements development, analyses, planning, operational and tactical-level command and control architecture development, tracking of Battle Management Command and Control (BMC2) and provide recommendations for integration of tactical satellite commanding networks with operational-/strategic-level command and control structures.
Track development and testing of capabilities developed under the Space BMC2 Joint Emergent Operational Need (JEON) project by the Air Force Research Laboratory. Track development and testing of the capabilities developed by the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office (AFRCO) to support the National Space Defense Center (NSDC). Track development and testing of the capabilities developed by SMC, and commercial or government capabilities provided by Space C2 Enterprise Partners (e.g., Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Battle Management, the National Reconnaissance Office, other Intelligence Community organizations). Collect and correlate schedule information from the aforementioned organizations and provide an estimated capability delivery schedule and track progress through developmental, integrated and operational tests.
Track the Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) Mission System (JMS) capabilities (as specified in the Update to Information Systems Capability Development Document [IS-CDD] for the JMS [dated 21 Oct 15]) that were not delivered in JMS Increment 2. Make recommendations to the Government regarding how, when, and why these deferred capabilities should be included in future operational capability deliveries, to include post-JMS Increment 2 Initial Operational Capability (IOC) modifications through the AFSPC Configuration Review Board process, and the Enterprise Space Battle Management Command and Control (ESBMC2) program.
Support AFRCO's and AFSPC's development of requirements, operational acceptance criteria, as well as testing and fielding plans. Assist the Government in maintaining continuous interface and trusted relationships with higher, adjacent, and subordinate organizations, DoD staffs, United States Government civil space agencies, and industry partners to provide technical support to help AFSPC prioritize and address various organizational equities
Provide technical operations advice the government, leveraging operational space (and other domain) Battle Management, Command and Control (BMC2) experience
Identify, analyze and provide recommendations regarding potential improvements to space BMC2 operating concepts, capabilities, and tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs).
Employ facets of the Joint Operational Planning Process to conduct detailed planning to fully develop options, identify resources, and identify and mitigate operational risk.
Provide recommendations to improve current operational processes.
Monitor and assess lessons learned from wargames, exercises and space protection operational engagement to further inform BMC2 concept, capability and TTP development
Operating space-domain, and related, capabilities that deliver effects to warfighters
Understanding of the space-based DoD and NRO systems and operations
Applying analytical problem-solving related to tactical, operational and strategic warfare planning and execution
Familiarity with operational C2 systems, which include Space-based sensors and sensor-to-shooter timelines
Proven ability to work without appreciable direction, and determine technical objectives of assignment with considerable latitude
Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results
BS (or equivalent) and 10 years of experience related to Space Comman and Control Operations, Ops Center operations or equivalent
US Citizenship and active DoD TS/SCI Clearance is required to be considered for this position