• Data Collector*

    Job Locations US-CA-Coronada
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Intelligence
  • Overview

    In support of NAVSPECWARCOM requirements, the Contractor shall provide expert advice, assistance, guidance, and counseling in support of the organization’s management and business improvement efforts contained in this Performance Work Statement (PWS). This may include studies, analyses, and reports documenting any proposed developmental, consultative, or implementation efforts.

    Responsibilities

    -The Contractor shall provide personnel, with sufficient qualifications and skill levels to provide the professional support services identified in this PWS.
    -Contractor personnel primary language shall be English, verbal and written, to meet the functional requirements of this position.
    -Contractor personnel shall be proficient in the understanding of Naval Personnel Policy and Practices effecting Naval Officer and CWO operational and administrative career path milestone requirements; professional and personal development; evaluation and performance criteria; officer promotion process; and duties encompassing Officer/CWO leadership.
    -Contractor personnel shall be competent in Naval Special Warfare enterprise organization.

     

    Data Collection and Simulations:
    -Contractor personnel shall conduct data collection from various Navy information systems such as the Navy Standard Information Personnel System (NSIPS), Electronic Military Personnel Record System (EMPRS), and Navy Department Awards Web Service (NDAWS). The Contractor shall collect and prepare data for discrete event simulation models.
    -Contractor personnel shall run discrete event simulation models (as directed) as well as collect and prepare data generated by simulations.
    -Contractor personnel shall assist with translating requirements for discrete event simulations and assist in providing quality assurance to models through all phases of development.
    -Contractor personnel shall research authoritative sources to ensure correct terminology is used throughout the process of translating U.S. Navy terminology to SEAL Officer Model developers (e.g. billet authorizations, duty status codes, etc.).
    -Contractor personnel shall be competent in differentiating between manpower and manning management processes versus personnel policy.

    Knowledge/Skills
    -Contractor personnel shall be proficient in the understanding of Naval Personnel Policy and Practices.
    -Contractor personnel shall be competent in the ability to distinguish between the underlying mathematical/statistical relation and/or system dynamic of analytical problem (AKA: framework of a business problem) vs. the subject of a business problem (i.e.: Officer Career Path).
    -Contractor personnel shall be competent in the analysis of simulation data and report writing requirements.
    -Contractor personnel shall be competent in the application of Navy information systems: Navy Standard Information Personnel System (NSIPS), Electronic Military Personnel Record System (EMPRS), and Navy Department Awards Web Service (NDAWS).

    Qualifications

    -Contractor personnel shall have a SECRET Security Clearance and be a US Citizen.
    -Contractor personnel shall have a minimum of two years’ experience in the management of Naval Officer career paths.
    -Contractor personnel shall be Proficient in Microsoft Office applications: Outlook, Word, Power Point, document/file management, and an Expert in Excel.

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