Engagement Planner (Military/DOD) DoD TS/SCI

    • Peraton
  • Posted 60+ days ago | Updated 7 hours ago

Overview

USD 112,000.00 - 179,000.00 per year
Full Time

Skills

Nexus
SAFE
Leadership
Contingency plan
Analytical skill
Problem solving
Decision-making
Adobe AIR
Creativity
Critical thinking
Adaptability
DoD
Doctrine
Design
Strategic communication
Policies
Organized
Emerging technologies
Planning
IO
Military
Electronic warfare
Operations
SCA
Insurance
Financing

Job Details

About Peraton
Peraton is a next-generation national security company that drives missions of consequence spanning the globe and extending to the farthest reaches of the galaxy. As the world's leading mission capability integrator and transformative enterprise IT provider, we deliver trusted, highly differentiated solutions and technologies to protect our nation and allies. Peraton operates at the critical nexus between traditional and nontraditional threats across all domains: land, sea, space, air, and cyberspace. The company serves as a valued partner to essential government agencies and supports every branch of the U.S. armed forces. Each day, our employees do the can't be done by solving the most daunting challenges facing our customers. Visit peraton.com to learn how we're keeping people around the world safe and secure.
Responsibilities

Peraton is seeking an experienced Engagements Planner to lead and participate in planning activities, assess engagement opportunities, and recommend deliberate engagements for UNC/CFC/USFK CDR and subordinate General/Flag Officers. The candidate shall lead the Command Engagement Board and Working Group Process. Incorporates invited engagements into a deliberate engagements process. Instills a targeting-like methodology for engagements and generates/recommends new engagements for GOFO Officers to attend. Drafts messages and talking points. Ensure engagements align with Command Objectives. Coordinates with Information Related Capabilities (IRCs) for layered effects. Ability to verbally communicate to GOFO leaders.

This position will be located at Camp Humphreys, South Korea

You will have the opportunity to:

Lead mission critical planning for theater contingency plans. Leads deliberate and contingency planning Joint Planning Group meetings.
Coordinates with higher headquarters, components, DoD, USG, interagency, and partner nations.
Drafts operations plans and annexes, reports, information or decision papers, and other planning products.
Brief O6 level leaders on planning progress. Joint Planning Team experience highly desired.
Plan, develop, integrate, and assess strategic communications activities into campaign plans, OPLANS, and in crisis to ensure that strategic communications capabilities are considered in the deliberate and crisis action planning processes.
Provide expert mission analysis, analytic problem solving, and assessment skills.
Demonstrate experience in joint planning, policy development, and strategic / operational recommendations.
Qualifications

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree and 8 - 10 years of planning experience, with subsequent experience in a J5 directorate, at a combatant command or equivalent level or 14 years of relevant experience in lieu of a degree
Have a minimum of 5 - 8 years of experience within Strategic Communications or a related field (e.g. Information Operations, MISO, Public Affairs) with demonstrable experience planning and executing projects at the service or joint level which support operations at Combatant Commands or Joint Task Forces
Strong knowledge of the Joint Operational Planning Process, Military Decision-Making Process, and military campaign plan planning, targeting processes and expertise in developing and accessing tactical and operational level communications plans, orders, and series.
Knowledge of service departments (Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force) functions and their relationships to CCMDs and ability to communicate actions in appropriate channels, e.g., Army, Navy, Air Force, or Joint.
Familiarity with other core, supporting, and related IO competencies to assist CCMD planners is required.
Demonstrated/documented high level experience in oral, visual, and written communications and briefing techniques; must be able to effectively advise, negotiate and persuade various managers, military officials, and senior leaders; and must have evidence in the ability to be effective at gaining acceptance of recommended concepts, ideas, guidance, policies and regulations.

Requires an active Top Secret with SCI eligibility, based on current security background investigation and be eligible for ACCM and Special Access Program read on.
Must demonstrate creative and critical thinking.
Must be capable of quickly learning new skills. flexible and adaptable.
Candidate must be able to relocate and/or live in Camp Humphreys, South Korea and work on-site in client facilities.
Preferred Qualifications:

Experience with joint and/or combined military operations and interagency coordination.
Knowledge of DoD, joint, and Army service doctrine, regulations, and policies.
Capable of recommending changes to policy, force structure and design, and command relationships
Able to plan, integrate, execute, and assess strategic communications objectives into plans and operations.
Knowledge of military command relationships and command and control (C2) procedures.
Able to coordinate related activities within the proper military and interagency channels and develop policies that incorporate the principle of C2.
Ability to engage senior leaders and staff and conduct complex briefings to large audiences.
Ability to work effectively within a task organized working groups.
Expertise in planning, integrating, and coordinating with interagency and intelligence community entities.
Adept at developing and utilizing information products that leverage current and emerging technologies to inform planning, improve coordination, and enable timely decisions.
Coordinating intelligence requirement
Demonstrate the ability to review, analyze, and operationalize tactical and operational-level Operations in the Information Environment (OIE)-related directives in support of mission elements.
Working knowledge of information operations (IO), military deception (MILDEC), operations security (OPSEC), electronic warfare (EW), and cyberspace operations missions, tasks, and overall warfighting functions that support operations, understand how to integrate Army capabilities, and be capable of synchronizing activities of mutual concern.
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Target Salary Range

$112,000 - $179,000. This represents the typical salary range for this position based on experience and other factors.

SCA / Union / Intern Rate or Range

EEO
An Equal Opportunity Employer including Disability/Veteran.

Our Values

Benefits
At Peraton, our benefits are designed to help keep you at your best beyond the work you do with us daily. We're fully committed to the growth of our employees. From fully comprehensive medical plans to tuition reimbursement, tuition assistance, and fertility treatment, we are there to support you all the way.

Paid Time-Off and Holidays
Retirement
Life & Disability Insurance
Career Development
Tuition Assistance and Student Loan Financing
Paid Parental Leave
Additional Benefits
Medical, Dental, & Vision Care
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