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Sensitive Activities Planner-Compartmented Capabilities Integrator

Company: The Ascendancy Group
Location: Reston
Posted on: June 5, 2021

Job Description:

Sensitive Activities Planner-Compartmented Capabilities Integrator

The Ascendancy Group is seeking candidates to serve as Sensitive Activities Planners supporting the Department of Defense (DoD) Special Operations Forces (SOF) and their efforts to identify and neutralize enemy threat networks.This is an immediate opening.

Candidates will be required to embed with and advise SOF at all echelons on how to effectively leverage specially compartmented material and non-material capabilities to eliminate or neutralize improvised threats and the networks that employ these improvised weapons in combat.

These positions are for full time employment with 8 months Continental United States (CONUS) / 4 months Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) rotational deployments in austere areas.

CONUS work locations include:

  • Reston, VA
  • Virginia Beach, VA
  • San Diego, CA
  • Fayetteville, NC
  • Jacksonville, NC
  • Tampa, FL
  • Miami, FL
  • Honolulu, HI

This opening is for Reston,VA

OCONUS work locations include, but are not limited to, austere locations within the following areas of responsibility:

  • Pacific Command (PACOM)
  • Central Command (CENTCOM)
  • Africa Command (AFRICOM)
  • Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)

Sensitive Activities Planners:

  • Are responsible for the integration and synchronization of commercial off the shelf (COTS), security compartmented and other technical capabilities in support of SOF missions globally.
  • Identify and facilitate planning , assessment, and operational integration of new or underused COTS or security compartmented and other technical capabilities in support of SOF missions globally.
  • Support the planning, resourcing, synchronization and integration of sensitive, compartmented programs to counter threat networks that employ disruptive technologies. Team members participate in Special Access Programs (SAPs), Special Technical Operations (STO), and Alternative or Compensatory Control Measure (ACCM) / Focal Point (FP) projects and programs.

Experience and Education:

In order to qualify, individuals must be able to clearly and concisely articulate:

  • How their technical skill sets and experiences are relevant to the position and mission
  • How they are able to work cohesively within a small team environment
  • Possess a minimum of ten (10) years' experience directly supporting one of the following DoD SOF units. (Over twenty (20) years' experience is preferred.) :

United States Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)

Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC)

Marine Corps Special Operations Command (MARSOC)

Naval Special Warfare (NSW)

Explosive Ordinance Disposal (Any service Branch)

Intelligence Community

Federal Law Enforcement

  • Possess a current Top-Secret security clearance with access to SCI, and willingness to submit to a CI poly is required.
  • Be able to deploy on a 4 months OCONUS/ 8 months CONUS rotational cycle to austere regions.
  • Have expert level experience in at least one of the following functional areas:

Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED)

Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS)

Tagging, Tracking, Locating (TTL)

Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)/ Electronic Warfare (EW)

Information Operations (IO)

Technical Operations

Security Compartmented Authorities: Alternate Compensatory Control Measures (ACCM)/ Special Access Programs (SAP) / Special Technical Operations (STO)

Security compartment (ACCM/ SAP/ STO) concept of operation (CONOP) Development

Cyber Operations

Human Intelligence (HUMINT)

  • Possess a thorough understanding of USSOCOM and its subordinate units
  • Possess the ability to draft, staff, and brief concepts of operations (CONOP) to supported SOF customer decision makers at the tactical and operational levels
  • Possess a proven ability to participate in all facets of operational planning, including mission analysis, course of action development and analysis, and operational concept development.

Desired Attributes:

Proven experience documenting operational planning activities and outcomes using traditional and emerging tools and formats associated with the Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP) which includes, but is not limited to, mission analysis briefings, Course of Action (COA) decision and Concept of Operation (CONOP) approval briefings, Decide, Detect, Deliver, Assess (D3A) execution matrices: CONOP documents, and Fragmentary Orders (FRAGOs).

Proven experience delivering "cradle to grave" solutions to supported customers, to include capability gap identification, resourcing, planning, integration, and operational execution.

The Ascendancy Group (TAG) is a relationship-based company that values trust, respect and high-quality performance. We provide security and technical services to our government and private sector customers in support of great missions globally.

We are passionate about everything we do. One hundred percent of our government-focused teammates are former members of the Department of Defense, Federal Law Enforcement or Intelligence Community who still believe in supporting our nation. We offer like-minded individuals the opportunity to continue working in small teams on unique and challenging problem sets that further our nation's security.

If you possess the experience, qualifications and drive required for this position, please APPLY NOW for consideration.

Keywords: The Ascendancy Group, Reston , Sensitive Activities Planner-Compartmented Capabilities Integrator, Other , Reston, Virginia

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