Parsons Corporation Battalion Combat Enabler Support Training Analyst, Hohenfels Training Area, Germany in Hohenfels, United States

Battalion Combat Enabler Support Training Analyst, Hohenfels Training Area, Germany

Location:

Hohenfels, Bavaria, Germany

Requisition #:

54424

Post Date:

Required Duty Description:

Serves as an Enabler training analyst in the Training Analysis and Feedback (TAF) Section as a member of a TAF team of multiple training analysts in direct support to one of the Observer Controller Trainers (OC/T) teams in the Operation Group of the Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC), at Hohenfels, Germany.

Analysts will support/track a rotational training unit (RTU) company/teams and enabler units task organized as a battalion/taskforce from initial stages of outfitting vehicles with MILES and Instrumentation equipment/sets through the final unit After Action Reviews (AAR) and completion of the Take Home Package (THP).

  1. Responsible for the collecting, analyzing, tabulation, correlating/summarizing (orally and written) information, formatting, and displaying the full spectrum of combat exercise information. Uses concepts, principles, and specific aspects of US Army doctrine (to include the warfighting functions framework), the Combat Training Center methodology, and the JMRC Instrumentation System (JMRC-IS).

Provides accurate and timely input to the After Action Review (AAR) and Take Home Package (THP) processes:

a. Formulates data collection and scenario control plans based upon a personal review of the rotation Engagement Simulation Exercise (EXS) scenario. Provide cues, via voice communications, to the Company/team Observer Controller Trainer (OC/T), to assist in scenario control and effective use of battlefield effects.

i. Conducts pre-ESX instrumentation checks to ensure each RTU and OPFOR individual and vehicle is properly instrumented and visible in the JMRC-IS.

ii. Identifies entities not tracked and notifies the on-site support team to correct shortfalls.

iii. Assists with the development of tracking lists that associate alphanumeric designators to individuals/vehicles with on-board instrumentation packages to facilitate training via the JMRC-IS.

iv. Collects tactical products (operations overlays, sector sketches, range fans, etc.) from the OC/Ts and accurately inputs prescribed data into the JMRC-IS.

b. Communicates with multiple support teams to correct identified technical shortfalls (e.g. MILES contact teams) and to facilitate continuity within scenario events (OC/Ts) and effective battlefield effects (e.g. Fire Marker teams).

  1. Maintains a log for each engagement/event, recording observations of unit performance in terms of planning, preparation, and execution within the Warfighting Functions (WfF) framework.

  2. Conducts operational analysis and, in coordination with the OC/Ts, selects information, data, audio, and video for presentation in AARs and use in the THP.

a. Develops and produces the Enabler Support portion of the THP and Enabler Support input for each AAR.

b. Consolidates all available material/recordings from the rotation, arranges into a prescribed format, and prepares a separate company/team AAR using multiple digital audio-visual capabilities of the JMRC IS.

c. Prepares a separate Enabler Support THP that provides an analysis of each Enabler mission in terms the WfF of:

i.. Intelligence

ii. Fires

iii. Protection

iv Sustainment

v Mission Command

d. As required, assist with the preparation and presentation of the Task Force AAR and preparation of the Task Force THP. This includes serving as one of two operators in one of the remote AAR trailers utilized by JMRC and the Operations Group.

e. Operates the analyst computer workstation performing 100% of the basic procedures necessary to record and process training observations, information and data, initializes history or segments of history with the appropriate task organizations and captures changes as they occur.

f. Inputs and updates the unit/players status continually, monitors unit/player locations and status, and provides timely information to OC/Ts via radio/voice communication.

  1. Serves as the assigned OC/T Team net control station. Monitors, records, and edits for playback the RTU company/team net.

  2. Maintains proficiency in current US Army d

Required Duty Description:

Serves as an Enabler training analyst in the Training Analysis and Feedback (TAF) Section as a member of a TAF team of multiple training analysts in direct support to one of the Observer Controller Trainers (OC/T) teams in the Operation Group of the Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC), at Hohenfels, Germany.

Analysts will support/track a rotational training unit (RTU) company/teams and enabler units task organized as a battalion/taskforce from initial stages of outfitting vehicles with MILES and Instrumentation equipment/sets through the final unit After Action Reviews (AAR) and completion of the Take Home Package (THP).

  1. Responsible for the collecting, analyzing, tabulation, correlating/summarizing (orally and written) information, formatting, and displaying the full spectrum of combat exercise information. Uses concepts, principles, and specific aspects of US Army doctrine (to include the warfighting functions framework), the Combat Training Center methodology, and the JMRC Instrumentation System (JMRC-IS).

Provides accurate and timely input to the After Action Review (AAR) and Take Home Package (THP) processes:

a. Formulates data collection and scenario control plans based upon a personal review of the rotation Engagement Simulation Exercise (EXS) scenario. Provide cues, via voice communications, to the Company/team Observer Controller Trainer (OC/T), to assist in scenario control and effective use of battlefield effects.

i. Conducts pre-ESX instrumentation checks to ensure each RTU and OPFOR individual and vehicle is properly instrumented and visible in the JMRC-IS.

ii. Identifies entities not tracked and notifies the on-site support team to correct shortfalls.

iii. Assists with the development of tracking lists that associate alphanumeric designators to individuals/vehicles with on-board instrumentation packages to facilitate training via the JMRC-IS.

iv. Collects tactical products (operations overlays, sector sketches, range fans, etc.) from the OC/Ts and accurately inputs prescribed data into the JMRC-IS.

b. Communicates with multiple support teams to correct identified technical shortfalls (e.g. MILES contact teams) and to facilitate continuity within scenario events (OC/Ts) and effective battlefield effects (e.g. Fire Marker teams).

  1. Maintains a log for each engagement/event, recording observations of unit performance in terms of planning, preparation, and execution within the Warfighting Functions (WfF) framework.

  2. Conducts operational analysis and, in coordination with the OC/Ts, selects information, data, audio, and video for presentation in AARs and use in the THP.

a. Develops and produces the Enabler Support portion of the THP and Enabler Support input for each AAR.

b. Consolidates all available material/recordings from the rotation, arranges into a prescribed format, and prepares a separate company/team AAR using multiple digital audio-visual capabilities of the JMRC IS.

c. Prepares a separate Enabler Support THP that provides an analysis of each

Enabler mission in terms the WfF of:

i.. Intelligence

ii. Fires

iii. Protection

iv Sustainment

v Mission Command

d. As required, assist with the preparation and presentation of the Task Force AAR and preparation of the Task Force THP. This includes serving as one of two operators in one of the remote AAR trailers utilized by JMRC and the Operations Group.

e. Operates the analyst computer workstation performing 100% of the basic procedures necessary to record and process training observations, information and data, initializes history or segments of history with the appropriate task organizations and captures changes as they occur.

f. Inputs and updates the unit/players status continually, monitors unit/player locations and status, and provides timely information to OC/Ts via radio/voice communication.

  1. Serves as the assigned OC/T Team net control station. Monitors, records, and edits for playback the RTU company/team net.

  2. Maintains proficiency in current US Army doctrine and tactics through employer programs of instruction (Proponent Working Groups) , self-study, and, if available, customer provided training.

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Parsons is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace. Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran/LGBT

Parsons is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards 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 applicable laws.