Planning Exercise Lead BANC3 is looking for a Planning Exercise Lead that can work full-time in Hawaii to support us on a long-term contract with a great team! Serves as the Plans Specialist within G63/Plans of United States Army Pacific (USARPAC). Performs intelligence force integration duties in support of JCS, USPACOM, INSCOM, USARPAC, USFJ and USARPAC Operations Plans (OPLANs), Concept Plans (CONPLANs), Concept Summaries (CONSUMs) and Contingency Joint Task Force (CJTF) operations. Coordinates with planners at the JCS, DA, Theater, and Army Service Component Command (ASCC) levels. Formulates deployment plans and operations utilizing the Joint Strategic Planning System (JSPS), Joint Operations Planning and Execution System (JOPES), Joint Deployment System (JDS), the Army Mobilization, Operations, Planning and Execution System (AMOPES), the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES), the Global Command and Control System/Army (GCCS-A) and supporting JCS, Theater and DA documents. 1. Researches and analyzes JCS, USPACOM, INSCOM, USARPAC, USFJ and USARJ OPLANs, CONPLANS and Contingency Joint Task Force (CJTF) planning guidance to determine adequacy of force and resource allocations to implement supported commands' warfighting strategy. Coordinates and reviews all OPLANs/CONPLANs and CONSUMs for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) tasks, intelligence support requirements and Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR) for the plans. 2. Develops and refines Wartrace alignments with USAR and ARNG supporting OPLANs, identifying non-signal equipment units to satisfy shortfalls in support to the warfighter. Reviews HQDA and FORSCOM Wartrace program guidance and Pacific planning and training relationships to ensure reserve component unit alignments correspond to contingency plan force allocations and that mission guidance to augmenting forces is timely and adequate. Conducts necessary coordination with USARPAC, US Forces Command (FORSCOM), US Army Reserve Command (USARC) and US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) to align identified units with Wartrace Planning Associations (PLASSNs). Develops and refines Time-Phased Force Deployment Lists (TPFDL) and Time-Phased Force Development Data (TPFDD) for Unified Command (and Sub-Unified Command) and Army Service Component Command (ASCC) Operations Plans (OPLANs), Concept Plans (CONPLANs) and Concept Summaries (CONSUMs). Performs other duties as assigned. FACTOR A. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGES: This position requires knowledge of the policies and practices necessary to conduct military planning and operational functions, including knowledge of the JSPS, JOPS, JDS, JOPES, AMOPES, PPBES and GCCS-A. Knowledge of DoD force structure in the Pacific, relationships, strategic, theater, ASCC and sub-unified command planning guidance, Army doctrine for theater-level support, and the contingency planning process. Knowledge of applicable JCS Publications, USPACOM and USARPAC directives, DoD and Army regulations. Knowledge of joint and multi-service doctrine, operations and resources. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, and to display poise and confidence when participating in meetings and conferences. FACTOR B. GUIDELINES: Guidelines used include US national strategic planning documents and other Joint and Army strategic planning guidance; Army PPBES guidance, AMOPES, and operation/concept summaries and plans of the unified and sub-unified commands; and Army management philosophy, Army Wartrace Program, and Total Army Analysis policies and regulations. Incumbent must develop OPLANs and CONPLANs to support those in place from unified command, sub-unified command, ASCC, and adjacent theaters; must develop CONPLANs and CJTF-specific plans based on theater situational awareness, JCS Warning Orders, general guidance, knowledge and experience, as EAC-level doctrine is incomplete. Employee is expected to continually assess plans and develop/recommend changes based upon force structure changes, mission tasking's, and the evolving military situation within the theater. FACTOR C. SCOPE OF AUTHORITY & EFFECT OF DECISIONS: The scope of work encompasses all strategic, operational and tactical planning and extensive planning conducted in close coordination with USPACOM, USARPAC, USFJ, other service components and by other HQs, including those of other Allied and coalition countries. Actions taken must respond to Joint, Combined, Bilateral and Army missions and tasking's. Work performed represents the command position on strategic guidance, warfighting resource and allocation issues, and operational planning. The incumbent's contributions to planning impacts directly upon the most fundamental decisions about employment of signal assets in support of JCS, USPACOM, USARPAC, USFJ and CJTF requirements. FACTOR D. WORK RELATIONSHIPS: Personal contacts are made daily with supervisor, co-workers, and headquarters staff officers. Frequent contact made with senior civilians and Flag/Field Grade Officers of all services including USPACOM, DA, USARPAC, INSCOM, USFJ, USFK, III MEF, 7th Fleet, Army Special Operations as well as other DoD and US Governmental agencies in theater. Purpose of the contacts are to collaborate on high-level operational planning, exchange information, state and defend intelligence requirements and resources, receive information necessary to prepare supporting OPLANs/CONPLANs and contribute to the ASCC position on signal operational concepts within theater. Issues discussed are highly sensitive and highly classified, dealing with signal systems and capabilities as well as with OPLANs/CONPLANs and US national strategy. Work requires frequent direct independent interface where the incumbent speaks for the command at conferences, meetings, and briefings. FACTOR E. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Employee works under the general supervision of the Division Chief, G63. Employee is responsible for independently planning, developing and carrying out projects and activities. Supervisor is routinely updated and is available to provide administrative advice and assistance. Completed work is reviewed by supervisor for soundness of conclusions, recommendations, and quality of plans and issue documents developed. Position requires a SECRET security clearance. Job Type: Full-time, long-term contract (5+years) Location: Ft.Shafter, Hawaii
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