Senior Operations Analyst

Tampa, Florida
04 Nov 2016
07 Dec 2016
Contract Type
Full Time
This is a temporary, full-time surge support position that is scheduled to end March 14, 2017.

Senior Operations Analyst Job Description:

Senior level Analyst with emphasis on Program Assessment, Program Analysis, and Management Efficiency and required adjustments in program budgeting/execution activity (i.e. between current year and planning year). This program helps facilitate, manage, and assess the $35M/Year USOCOM Enterprise Wide Training and Exercise (UEWTEP) activity.

The SOA provides support for the following tasks:
  • Conduct detailed analysis/assessment and provide recommendations to the JCT Leadership Team with data, forms, schedules, and reports.
  • Support the data requirements collection, analysis and interpretation of the JCS Exercise Line of Accounting. This includes aggregation and analysis of Component and TSOC requirements and coordination with J-Code personnel to validate planned/programmed levels of SOF engagement in Global Exercises.
  • Support day-to-day analysis, tracking, planning, data gathering & integration and preparation of exercise management and summary reports. These include Program Budget Requests, Program Execution Requests, and Budget Summary tabulation reports.
  • Develop information papers and reports summarizing component and TSOC exercise engagement, resources utilization, and satisfied/unsatisfied requirements to support Office Program Operations.
  • Process, track, organize, and reconcile requests; and develop, package, process, and track new training and or exercise requirements.
  • Coordinate with counterparts at the SOF Components and Theater Special Operations Commands to understand, categorize, and summarize SOF training and related requirements to the Government to support Government's appropriate decision-making processes.
  • Collect data, conduct analysis and data management of collective training and exercise measurements of effectiveness and measurements of performance and readiness.
  • Coordinate and work with SOF Components and TSOCs to align requirements to appropriate sources of funding from the Combatant Commander Exercise Engagement /Training Transformation (CE2T2) and Joint National Training Capabilities (JNTC) Programs.
Minimum Education/Experience Requirements: Bachelor's Degree and over twelve (12) years of experience in managing SOF Programs.

DAIWA certification desired, but not required.

Required skills include:
  • Must be familiar with existing policies, authorities, and concepts, laws and regulations for a Joint Command Service.
  • Be able to conduct analysis and develop proponent supporting plans with detailed knowledge of the process through which programs are developed, transmitted, presented to OSD.
  • Extensive experience and knowledge of the program objectives and management of HQ USSOCOM; knowledge of missions, functions, goals, objectives, and work processes pertinent to HQ USSOCOM/FMD.
  • Ability to apply operations analysis research techniques to assist in the decision making process.
  • Exceptional ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to justify, defend, present and/or advice on actions at FMD organizations, Sub-Combatant Command, Joint Service, DoD, and interagency levels required.
  • Ability to interpret and deconflict guidance from multiple sources; transforming it into clear, consider and easily understood guidance.
  • Must have experience with automated tolls used for Program Management.
  • Knowledge and experience in the USSOCOM Strategic Planning Process is desired.
  • Maintain a working knowledge of JFTR/JTR to ensure compliance.
  • Must attain and maintain a full working experience and subject matter expertise (to include advisory) with Air Force finance systems such as Commanders Resource Information System (CRIS), the Automated Business Support System (ABSS), and Defense Transaction Interface Module Systems (DTIMS), Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System (DEAMS).

Requires an active TS/SCI Security Clearance.

Essential Functions

Work Environment

Work will be performed inside a large facility. Work assignments vary based on client requirements. Position could require some night and weekend work. Some travel may be required based on client requirements.

Physical Requirements

Sitting at desk. Phone use and PC or laptop. Filing required. May require lifting and carrying boxes of supplies or files up to 25 lbs. Extended periods of sitting while on PC/laptop or phone.

Equipment and Machines

General office equipment, which includes: telephone, fax machine, copier, PC/laptop, and other miscellaneous office equipment.


Work assignments dependent on requirements by the client. It is important to be able to work at least 8 hours a day for 5 days per week (Monday through Friday).

Other Essential Functions

Candidate must exhibit a professional behavior that promotes teamwork, fosters cooperation, and enhances productivity in the workplace. Must be well organized with the ability to coordinate, prioritize and execute multiple tasks simultaneously in a high-pressure environment. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing to work effectively with a variety of government, military and contractor personnel at all levels. Must be able to interface effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization. Grooming and dress usually business casual, but dependent on client's standards. Must not pose a safety hazard to employees working in the same general area.
The position for which you are applying for requires a US government security clearance. This is to advise you, that should you be extended an offer, if you possess a dual citizenship (i.e., citizen of the US and another country), in order to be granted a clearance you will be required to relinquish your citizenship in the foreign country.