The United States Marine Corps (USMC) Force-on-Force Training Systems-Next (FoFTS-Next) program will provide the training tools needed to prepare Marines for any contingency, anywhere.
Saab, Inc has an exciting opportunity for a Lead System Analyst to provide integral support to the FoFTS-Next program at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The Lead System Analyst provides detailed analysis during the conduct of a USMC Training event utilizing the Marine Corps Training Instrumentation System (MCTIS) to help create the After-Action Review (AAR) products.
The Lead System Analyst mans the Exercise Control (ExCon) workstations during exercises and contributes to the various AAR products. This position also advises training units on the capabilities of the MCTIS equipment and coordinates with the training unit before and during the exercise to ensure they are aware of the system’s capabilities.
Join our team as we assist the Marines in revolutionizing their force-on-force training methodology!
Reports to the Saab Site Lead and Operations Officer.
Provide analysis and content for AAR support throughout the exercise as detailed by the Operations Officer. This may be achieved through deployment as company teams or as an individual in the SLTE ExCon team.
Assist the exercise leadership in preparation of the ROSTER / Order of Battle.
During a MCCRE or SLTE in support of a unit at your home station, leads the team of MCTIS System Analysts in the preparation of the ROSTER / Order of Battle.
During a MCCRE or SLTE, lead the development of the AAR and ‘Take Home” package.
Operate the full desktop WinEXCON system to provide AAR support.
Executes Area Weapon Effect Simulation (AWES) plans and orders received.
Proposes dynamic scenario adaptations based on training guidance provided by the Operations Officer and Unit Commander.
Monitors progress of the exercise to ensure capture of key data points to support the DAR/AAR..
Monitors live field video and annotate and edit for DAR/AAR use.
Communicates with System Training Advisors and uniformed Observer/Controllers during the conduct of the exercise.
Analyses and evaluates results; compare with scheme of maneuver submitted by unit commanders.
Generates reports and statistics, with information processed from actual data based on training priorities discussed during pre-training coordination conducted with the unit commander.
Prepares material for DAR and AAR.
Participates in the execution of DAR/AAR.
Assists with the production of the ‘Take Home Pack’.
Assist with any data exploitation tasks, as required.
Monitors AAR creation and output from MCTIS System Analysts, identifying trends to enhance product delivery.
When required, identify MCTIS System Analyst personnel to surge to other locations in support of MCCRE, SLTE, MWX exercises.
Assists with the erection and maintenance of the communication system if required.
Assist with logistical resupply if required.
Assists with both the Issue and Receipt phases.
Assists any other CROW teams on the exercise, as required.
Supports any Saab marketing activity as required.
Assists with any continuation/cross training, as required.
Provides input for performance assessment of MCTIS System Analyst team members, as required.
Operates the Manpack system to provide AAR support.
Delivers a capability brief / ARB for the Marines prior to the exercise, as required. Attends training in the US or overseas, as required.
When required, surge to other locations in support of MCTIS exercises, whether that be to support Non-Homesite Installation Training or support of the conduct of an SLTE or MWX at another USMC installation.
Skills and Experience:
Experience and Skills:
Former USMC Officer (Captain or above) or former USMC SNCO (SSgt or above)
Understanding of USMC Combined Arms tactics; Tactics, Techniques & Procedures
Experience/expertise in Maneuver, Intelligence, Fires, Logistics, Information Environment, or Aviation
Analytical skills and experience
Standard Driver License.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Clearance.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs., stand and walk for long periods of time
Potential for extreme weather conditions (over 90 degrees, or below 30 degrees)
Must be a U.S. citizen. Applicants selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Saab is a federal government contractor and adheres to policies and programs necessary for sustaining drug-free workplaces. As a condition of employment, candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen.
Saab provides an excellent working environment offering professional growth opportunities, competitive wages, work-life balance, business-casual atmosphere and comprehensive benefits:
Medical, vision and dental insurance for employees and dependents
Paid time off including: minimum of 3 weeks vacation, 5 floating holidays, 8 designated holidays, parental leave, personal illness, bereavement, jury duty, long-term and short-term disability
401(k) with immediate vesting on employer match
Student loan assistance
Wellness account, Care.com subscription and employee assistance programs
Employee stock purchase program with employer match
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