Parsons Corporation Military Analyst in Fort Eustis, Virginia
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Role: Range and Training Land Program (RTLP) Senior Analyst
Senior Military Analyst shall assist in updating TC 25-8, Training Ranges, range modernization planning, and project execution of digital range and urban operations facilities instrumentation systems to meet training requirements as identified by the proponents and are fielded IAW USACE, Huntsville MCX range configuration design standards. The Contractor shall provide subject matter expertise in the area of training range development. In this role, the Contractor shall assist the Government with ensuring that proposed training ranges meet validated training requirements as identified by the proponent school, listed within TC 25-8, and/or as identified as a Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) project requiring immediate support. In addition, the Contractor shall assist in the development of concepts for future training ranges to meet the needs of the Army.
assist in updating TC 25-8, Training Ranges, range modernization planning, and project execution of digital range and urban operations facilities instrumentation systems to meet training requirements as identified by the proponents and are fielded IAW USACE, Huntsville
assist the Government with ensuring that proposed training ranges meet validated training requirements as identified by the proponent school, listed within TC 25-8, and/or as identified as a Contemporary Operating Environment (COE) project requiring
assist in the development of concepts for future training ranges to meet the needs of the Army.
prepare concept range layouts, conduct field studies, review DD Form 1391s for training standards, attend design reviews and provide recommended changes and corrections to the RTLP documentation as required.
attend meetings; design Charrettes and on-going construction efforts to ensure project compliance with standard designs, training objectives and TCM-Ranges priorities.
coordinate range projects with appropriate agencies involved with the development and installation of Army Ranges to include ACOMs; USACE, Huntsville MCX; PEO-STRI; ATSC, and Tank Automotive Command (TACOM) or their designated representatives
attend in-progress reviews and configuration management reviews and conferences. Locations and schedule shall be determined by the OSCOR
participate in the Range Configuration Control Process through submission and maintenance of recommended additions or changes to the Army's Digital Range Training System (DRTS) technical instrumentation and material requirements. Locations include Jacksonville, Florida; Davenport, Iowa; Detroit, Michigan; Orlando, Florida; or Hampton, Virginia.
provide functional support to the USACE RTLP MCX in their mission to support range design project's LOS evaluation. This support shall require travel, meeting attendance, training analysis and functional reviews of installation's training plans, safety considerations review and live fire training assessments. Trips shall normally be one person, lasting four days (to include travel to and from meeting location).
assist in the support of design verification and QA/QC to the Digital Range facilities (Battle Area Course (BAX), Digital Multi-Purpose Range Complex (DMPRC), Digital Multi-Purpose Training Range (DMPTR), and Digital Air Ground Integration Range (DAGIR) and the Urban Training facilities (Combined Arms Collective Training Facility (CACTF), Urban Assault Course (UAC) and Live-Fire Shoot
House (LFSH)) in various stages of design and construction.
assist and provide subject matter expertise at Range Development Work Groups, Training Support System Reviews (TSSR), project planning Charrettes, and initial through final design reviews as determined by the OSCOR IAW
attend semi-annual Research, Development and Acquisition (RDA), and PMR sessions to provide program/project status and assist in programmatic management. These occur twice a year at Hampton Roads, Virginia (or as directed/indicated by the OSCOR)
Associates degree from an accredited college. Demonstrated experience working in the Sustainable Range Program (SRP) Range Modernization Planning Process.
Subject matter expert in the area of live training, requirements development, range planning, and project execution
Experience and applied expertise with the Army Sustainable Range Program suite of Information Technology tools and products, Microsoft Windows operating system(s), and Microsoft Office.
Subject matter expertise in the area of training range development.
experience applying this guidance to range design and operations.
Critical thinking to solve problems, prepare, staff, and provide recommendations to address challenges and constraints related to the client organization.
Proficiency in oral and written communicative skills. A clear understanding and experience preparing military correspondence, staff documents, etc. commensurate with senior officer command level organizations, e.g. correspondence in accordance with DoD 5110.4-M, or Army Regulation 25-50, Preparing and Managing Correspondence
Meet the physical demand rating for the position (e.g., able to lift 50 lbs., physically navigate on foot through military training lands).
Must be able to obtain, maintain and/or currently possess a security clearance.
The position requires a COVID vaccination or an approved accommodation/exemption for a disability/medical condition or religious belief.
Parsons is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace. Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran/LGBTQ+. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, union affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, employable physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, immigration status, or any other basis protected by all applicable laws.