ALQIMI National Security, Inc. Range and Training Planner in Okinawa, Japan
ALQIMI is seeking an experienced Range and Training Planner to support our customer onsite in Okinawa, Japan.
Position Title: Range and Training Planner Location: Camp Butler, Okinawa Clearance Requirement: Active SECRET Must be U.S. Citizen Specific Requirements for Range and Training Planning Area:
- Support on all range facilities and Military Construction (MILCON) issues, and programs, and serve as SME and advisor to the PM on matters pertaining to range facilities and requirements management.
- plan, direct, control and coordinate training facilities, MILCON, engineering functions and activities and serve as the principal advisor for accomplishment of facilities and MILCON projects and efforts.
- coordinate and manage all phases of training range facilities and MILCON requirements development, review, and completion.
- assess current training requirements and ensure training ranges that are to be developed in new locations will meet desired Mission Essential Tasks (METs).
- ensure training programs and service sustainment training requirements can be accomplished at new training facilities to ensure all are trained to meet operational requirements.
- perform critical program review and analysis integrating initiatives across a broad spectrum of command relocation issues such as the impacts facilities and MILCON have on the surrounding environment, community, and consider encroachment policy in all design evaluations.
- responsible for planning, liaison and coordination between various organizations in support of consolidation plans. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES.
- General Knowledge
- Demonstrate effective project management training, skills, and preferably, certification.
- Familiar with Lean/Six Sigma, and has the capability to review Lean/Six Sigma studies to determine DPRI impacts and adjustments, discuss study proposals with Lean/Six Sigma leads, and/or recommend Lead/Six Sigma studies.
- Demonstrate ability to effectively communicate the English language orally and in writing and develop and deliver Power Point Briefs to Flag-level audiences, facilitate large group discussions with senior membership, and exercise exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
- Proficient in computer skills to include Microsoft Office products (Word, Power Point, Excel (complicated spreadsheets), and Outlook), visual graphics, Microsoft Project Manager, Visio desirable, and SharePoint web page management.
- Familiar with Naval Correspondence and message formatting and prepare concise point, position, and decision papers.
- Detailed knowledge of, and skill related to the development of executive level correspondence and the management of programs involving executive level participants.
- Detailed knowledge of the overall mission, organization, functions, capabilities, administration, and operations of the Marine Corps in general, and DPRI in particular.
- Detailed knowledge of Department of Defense and Marine Corps policies and regulations related to personnel administration, travel, security clearances, and awards.
- Working knowledge of horizontal and vertical construction, land development, airfield design, design development processes, general construction means and methods for US and Japanese construction practices.
- Knowledge and skill in program assessment techniques related to resource allocation, risk management, performance metrics and project execution.
- Thorough knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methods and techniques to develop support deliverable criteria and metrics covering complex program mission and functions.
- Experience working with a diverse and often conflicting group of stakeholders on politically sensitive and schedule-constrained construction projects.
- Experience with the Pacific Command area of responsibility is preferable due to the complexities associated with conducting activities with over 36 countries. The Contractor employee should possess knowledge of Navy, Marine Corps, and DoD planning documents, Foreign Clearance Guide, and working knowledge of the Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC). The contractor must also demonstrate experience with the Marine Corps Planning Process, operational plans (OPLANs), and concept plans (CONPLANs) to develop essential plans and effectively communicate with other Marine Corps organizations.
- Experience reviewing facilities and MILCON plans, and construction documentation prepared by contractors, and evaluation of project to meet unit operational requirements. Work requires preparation and revision (as needed) of the scope requirements of the plan/project.
- Provide support using the Marine Corps’ Planning Process – which is used to conduct OPTs and gap analysis – and to support DOTMLPF requirements.
- Have experience working in Commend Elements, Ground Combat Elements, Aviation Combat Elements and background with Range facilities and Training requirements and able to develop and refine requirements and capabilities to support Distributed Laydown. Refine the concepts of operations, C2, training, and logistics; and validating Total Force Structure requirements TO&E.;
- Determine need for and submit laydown refinements: Coordinate SMEs to determine: requirements and identify Gaps for validation. Critical Gaps will be submitted for further analysis – wargaming and DOTMLPF refinements.
- Support the development and review of Campaign Plans, Operations Plans (OPLANs), Contingency Plans, Concept Plans (CONPLANs), theater security cooperation initiatives and PACOM Theater Campaign Plan (TCP).
- Produce and serve as Operational Planning Team (OPT) lead for force posture DOTMLPF-C assessment and initiatives.
- Conduct integrated planning between staff planners, MARFORPAC DPRI, III MEF planners and other key posture stakeholders in the development of tactical and operational level concepts of operation, training and support that may be used as input into the wargame.
- Provide analysis to ensure III MEF moves from Okinawa to future locations as a capability.
- Provide support to engineers and PMO, to translate the operational requirement into the design and construction needed facilities on Okinawa, mainland Japan, Guam, Hawaii, and Australia.
- Provide general office administrative support.
- Provide information management support for SharePoint and Share Dive – to update the sites, improve sites, and maintain its library of records, to support information sharing. It will be acceptable for the Contractor to utilize their reach-back support to produce the item.
- Knowledge of Marine Corps facilities and MILCON unit/command relationships from the squadron, group, station, wing, Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), and MEF levels.
ALQIMI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.
ALQIMI will take affirmative action to employ qualified employees and applicants who are disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, Armed Forces service medal veterans, and other protected veterans.
Regarding any position for which an applicant for employment is qualified, ALQIMI will not discriminate against any applicant because of physical or mental disability. ALQIMI will take affirmative action to employ qualified individuals with disabilities without discrimination based upon their physical or mental disability.
Title: Range and Training Planner
Job Location: Okinawa Japan