SAIC is seeking a Senior ARNG Strategic Policy Analyst to support the Army National Guard G-2 and the broader military intelligence community on the Military Intelligence Services Support (MISS) Contract.
Note: This role offers temporary work from home/ remote/ virtual work at home due to COVID-19. Eventually the work will go back on site in Rosslyn, VA.
- Review current and proposed Department of Defense policies, Army publications, and National Guard Bureau instructions and manuals for consistency with law and policy, and provide recommended changes where appropriate.
- Prepare information papers, issue papers, executive summaries, PowerPoint presentations, Visio organizational charts, manpower spreadsheets and comprehensive staff packages to ARNG senior leadership.
- Attend meetings and workshops concerning the Army National Guard, defense support of civil authorities, and other related topics, and incorporate information into contract deliverables as appropriate.
- Plan and facilitate the execution of strategic organizational and manpower activities in support of the Army National Guard, the 54 States and territories, as well as its strategic stakeholders.
- Interact with command leadership, prepare and brief impacts of laws and policies on Army National Guard equities, plans and emerging concepts.
- Develop new ideas to support the strategic direction of SAIC and the Government customer.
- Travel up to 10%.
Required Experience and Education
- Bachelor’s Degree and eighteen (18) years or more of related experience OR Master’s Degree and sixteen (16) years or more experience OR PhD/JD and eight (8) years or more experience.
- Active Top Secret/SCI, ability to obtain a Poly.
- Three (3) years of successful experience in: (1) researching and developing analysis of, or inputs to, joint matters through info papers, reports, briefings, comment resolution matrices; (2) supporting and briefing senior military and civilian officials.
- Provide analysis of current and emerging Department of Defense policies (directives, instructions, issuances, notices, etc.) with particular emphasis on potential implications for the National Guard.
- Familiarity with institutional policies (e.g. Department of Defense issuances).
- Familiarity with: (1) roles and missions of the National Guard in the homeland and in support of overseas operations, including duty statuses (State Active Duty; Title 32; Title 10); (2) structure and functions of the National Guard Bureau; (3) core documents pertinent to the National Guard, e.g. Department of Defense Directive 5105.77 “National Guard Bureau.”
- Detail oriented self-starter.
- Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
- Highly proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and Power Point.
- Familiarity with Cyber operations.
- Three (3) years of experience at National Guard Bureau. Experience at a Combatant Command, or higher joint staff is a plus!
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