Duties & Responsibilities The Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Capability (JPMRC) Scenario and Operational Environment (OE) Officer will provide Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Capability (JPMRC) Operations Group (OPSGRP) support for US Army Pacific Command (USARPAC) during the conduct of Home Station Training (HST) Brigade Combat Team (BCT) External Evaluations (EXEVALs) while using the JPMRC-Instrumentation System (JPRMC-IS) to produce instrumented After Action Reviews (AARs). Conduct the Joint Exercise Lifecycle (JELC) to planning workshops and workgroups, deliverables, and Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) to develop the exercise scenario and OE. Publish the overall plan, Operational Environment (OE) and scenario for support of the exercise as part of the Exercise Control (EXCON) cell. This includes coordination with supporting units and agencies such as Higher Command (HICOM) G2 and supporting military intelligence organizations. Ensure opposing forces (OPFOR) and other scenario events are synchronized within the overall rotation/exercise scenario. Coordinate directly with the HICOM commander and staff, Opposing Forces (OPFOR) commander and staff, Host Nation Security Forces (HNSF) commander and staff, 196th IN BDE commander or his representative, and other agencies. This includes drafting, coordinating and publishing the Exercise Support Operations Order; conducting the pre-rotational briefing to all Commanders, VIP’s, and Senior JPMRC stake holders; participation in USARPAC and 196th Infantry Brigade Working Groups, Briefings, Boards, in-process reviews, milestone, and requirement reviews; preparing issue papers, white papers, decision papers and information papers.In conjunction with 196th IN BDE (acting as the JPMRC Operations Group), supervise execution of the exercise scenario as part of the EXCON cell once the exercise begins. Supervise the execution of the exercise battle rhythm to ensure that the exercise scenario, day-by-day schedule of events, rotational unit missions/training events, associated threat/OPFOR actions, and an overall rotational scenario narratives support the rotational unit commander’s training objectives. This also includes participation in the Exercise AAR. Manage/Complete all required Parsons company training requirements for all JPMRC Parsons employees, including Parsons University training such as annual Health and Safety training; other assigned and required corporate and contractual training requirements. QualificationsBachelor of Arts or Sciencesdegree from an accredited college or university and 5+years of related workexperience.. Graduate of U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, U.S. Army Management Staff College, Sergeant’s Major Academy orother service equivalent school such as the War College. Three (3)years relevant trainingexperience within the past ten (10)years at the Brigade/Battalion level or equivalent sized organization. Demonstratedexperience in the use of distributive simulations in support of Army and Joint Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) instrumented trainingevents, mission rehearsals and experiments. Demonstrated capability of supporting LVC requirements determination. Demonstrated familiarity with Army and Joint operations. Demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to use a computer and working knowledge of various software programsassociated withMS Office. Demonstrated working knowledge of military training environments,technologies, concepts andassociated policies. Demonstratedoperator-levelexperience in Army Mission CommandNetworks and Systems. Capability to produce doctrinally correct Operational Orders and Fragmentary Orders in accordance with guidance from senior military leaders. At least three (3)years relevantexperience within the past ten (10)years at a Combat Training Center.
- Must hold a current top secret eligibility for sensitive compartmented information. U.S. citizens ONLY due to federal government requirement.