(Anticipated start date 1 April 2023 for 29 Palms, and 1 June 2023 for Camp Lejeune, Camp Pendleton, and Kaneohe Bay)
The Marine Corps Tactical Instrumentation System (MCTIS) is a deployable, live training capability under the Force On Force Training Systems – Next (FoFTS-Next) program. MCTIS includes equipment for individual Marine weapons and vehicles, as well as logistics, maintenance, and training exercise support. The deployable and expeditionary MCTIS system is an advanced training solution that will ensure Marines train and learn in the most realistic environment. The system will enhance Marines’ performance and survivability on the battlefield by developing and reinforcing proper tactics, techniques, and procedures.
The MCTIS System Analyst is the core of the exercise control support staff. They monitor, record, and update key stakeholders on the current operational picture during exercises, and either assist or create the After Action Review (AAR) product. They collate, analyze, and prepare AAR products and deliver exported data sets for platoon to battalion-sized operations. The System Analyst also advises training units on the capabilities of the equipment and coordinates with them before and during the exercise.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Reports to the Corps Solutions Site Lead on all matters concerning operational support to MCTIS at the fielded location and assigned Deploy for Training activities.
- Assist the exercise leadership in preparation of the training roster / Order of Battle.
- Operate the full desktop exercise control system from a fixed or mobile location.
- Monitors live field video and tactical communications for inclusion in the AAR.
- Incorporate tactical control measures and other requirements of the training unit.
- Monitors progress on the battlefield and updates training unit accordingly.
- Conduct data analysis and evaluate results based on training unit requirements.
- Generates reports and statistics with information processed from real-time and stored data.
- Identify and analyze trends in training unit performance in support of USMC training program objectives.
- Provide analysis and content for AAR support throughout the exercise as detailed by the Exercise Lead. This may be achieved through deployment as company teams or as an individual within a team.
- Prepares and deliver material for AAR to training units as requested.
- Produce the ‘Take Home Pack’ AAR for use by training units.
- Perform other related duties incidental to the work described.
ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assists with the erection and maintenance of the base station communication system if required.
- Assists with logistical resupply if required.
- Assists with both the Issue and Receipt phases of specified equipment.
- Assists with any continuation / cross training as required.
- Provides training unit with exercise control equipment operation instructions as required.
- Provides input for performance assessment of team members as required.
- Operates the mobile exercise control system to provide AAR support.
- Delivers a capability brief for the Marines prior to the exercise as required.
- Attends training in the US or overseas as required.
- Bachelor’s degree required.
- Attended Professional Military Education appropriate to rank at time of separation or retirement from the uniformed service.
- Ideal candidate is a former USMC Officer or Senior SNCO.
- 10+ years of Fleet Marine Force operational experience preferred.
- Expertise in Maneuver, Intelligence, Fires, Logistics, Information, Force Protection, or Aviation Warfighting Functions.
- Experience with exercise control and battalion-level (or above) combat operations center processes and procedures.
- Operate application-based proprietary software programs.
- Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- In depth understanding of USMC Combined Arms Doctrine; Tactics, Techniques & Procedures (TTP).
- Familiarity with USMC Instructional Systems Design (ISD) and Systems Approach to Training and Education (SATE).
- Some office work in a climate-controlled facility.
- Must be able to work a flexible schedule, to include some holidays and weekends. Expect to work two or three exercises each year for durations of up to 30 days each. Multiple other exercises with 12 – 18-day durations.
- Prolonged outdoor exposure to the elements. Work in inclement temperatures from 100+ degrees in a low elevation desert climate to negative 25 degrees in a high elevation (6,500 – 10,000 feet) mountainous environment.
- Routine heavy lifting (50 lbs. plus).
- Daily driving in the training areas with poor driving conditions due to rugged terrain, weather, and range debris.
SPECIAL POSITION NOTATIONS
- Depending on home site location, may require 15% - 20% travel to California. Some training overseas may occur which requires a valid U.S. Passport.
- Daily travel at home site location and occasional travel off-site in accordance with contract requirements.
- Company credit card use and compliance with Company policy are mandatory.
- Qualification as an authorized company driver is required. All authorized company drivers must have a valid driver’s license, current automobile insurance, and a driving record that is acceptable to the company’s auto insurance provider.
- Must submit to and receive a favorable Tier-1 Investigation adjudication.
- Secret security clearance may be required.
In order to comply with company policy, customer requirements, local rules, and to ensure the safety of our employees and the customers we serve, all new Corps Solutions employees are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 before commencing employment. Corps Solutions will consider requests for medical or religious exemptions from the vaccine requirement and will accommodate such requests to the extent it can do so without undue hardship to the company.
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