Expeditionary Emergency Management and DAF and Joint Doctrine Action Officer

Civil service executive officer

Job title: Expeditionary Emergency Management and DAF and Joint Doctrine Action Officer

Company: Axient

Job description: Check out this NEW Opportunity with Axient!Axient is seeking an Expeditionary Emergency Management and DAF and Joint Doctrine Services Action Officer to support all-hazards and whole of government approach to ensure EM/WMD programs satisfy legally mandated federal requirements, executive orders, Joint Doctrine, DoD directives and instructions by coordinating, consolidating, developing and maintaining EM/WMD governance and programmatic documents (e.g., AFIs, policies), action plan recommendations, task and inquiry responses, and issue resolution action plans under AF/A4C program management oversight.Active DoD Secret Clearance required.What you will do…

  • Provide coordinate, consolidate, develop, and maintain DAF and Joint Doctrine governance and programmatic documents (e.g., AFIs, policies,), action plan recommendations, task and inquiry responses, and issue resolution action plans under AF/A4C program management oversight.
  • Integrate DAF EM doctrine, policies, and procedures with Expeditionary Engineering to ensure Civil Engineer capabilities across the range of military operations.
  • Provide detailed updates to leadership and stakeholders by participating in meetings/forums and coordinating, consolidating, developing and delivering/presenting associated meeting materials (e.g., slides, after action reports, minutes).
  • Provide senior-level perspective and inputs into the development of Department of the Air Force and Joint Doctrine, policy, and guidance to codify CE capabilities, roles, and responsibilities in concert with other Services across the full spectrum of operations (peace time to wartime 54 operations).
  • Participate in and support the Readiness Working Group and associated subordinate panels and working groups in conjunction with Government representatives.

Review, update, prepare, and coordinate doctrine documents, directive publications (instructions and manuals), non-directive publications (handbooks, pamphlets, etc.), and joint publications for Government approval. * Assist with deliverables in the form of technical reports, white papers, briefings, point papers, bullet background papers, and/or other formats, as specified by the Government representative, consistent with Department of the Air Force requirements and within the specified delivery dates.

  • Review technical documents and prepare articulate and concise review comments for senior leadership endorsement.
  • Assist in the development of staff packages that support the preceding tasks through the HAF electronic staffing system, to as high as the Secretary of the Air Force or Office of the Secretary of Defense.
  • Assist in representing and coordinating Department of the Air Force Civil Engineer equities in federal, joint service, and cross-functional HAF forums with other Government reps. Interface with LeMay Center, MAJCOM, AFCEC, HAF staff, AFIMSC and Joint Staff counterparts to ensure synchronization of deliverables being provided to Government representatives.
  • Review, analyze, assess, and update Severe Weather Readiness reporting to identify trends, mitigate capability gaps, and inform Emergency Management doctrine, policy and guidance.
  • Administer and support Integrated Base Response and Recovery (IBRR) modernization efforts aligned with the Basing and Logistics Enterprise Strategy.
  • Review and analyze policy waiver requests submitted by field units as well as providing recommendations for response.
  • Coordinate with multiple offices, agencies, and organizations to develop analysis and courses of action. Provide to senior DAF leadership decision analyses and provide documentation for major issue resolution.
  • Review, analyze, and provide recommendations for policy, guidance, and strategic documentation affecting Civil Engineer and DAF peacetime and wartime contingency operations.
  • Review, analyze, and assist in recommending or creating training and exercise program requirements to support the engineer portfolio that enable response to peacetime and wartime contingencies.

Skills you will need…Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of twelve (12) years’ experience in Emergency Management, WMD, CBRN defense, and Expeditionary Engineering operations across the full spectrum threat environment.Active DoD Secret ClearanceLocationHybrid – preferably within 50 miles of Pentagon. Fully remote resources can be considered.TravelPosition may require travel as much as 25% annually in rough terrain and remote locations, potentially including accessing elevated facilities, and the ability to carry supplies and equipment necessary for assessments of infrastructures and related systems.

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Location: Arlington, VA

Job date: Sun, 19 May 2024 07:39:15 GMT

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