Schedule and facilitate RTF exercise planning conferences and assist in development of exercise objectives.
Develop integrated RTF exercise scenarios and Master Scenario Events List (MSEL) with injects to simulate actions by exercise participants.
Act as exercise controller (white cell) and data collector during RTF exercises, as directed by CNRSE N3.
Introduce exercise injects, monitor exercise flow and adjudicate outcomes as required to ensure accomplishment of exercise objectives.
Develop and present briefs and other training material pertaining to RTF operations.
Develop and maintain an RTF reference document repository consisting of pertinent DOD, Component, interagency, Region, and installation-level directives and plans on the CNIC Gateway (G2) portal or SIPR share drive, as appropriate.
Develop and maintain required Defense Connect Online (DCO) coordination rooms to facilitate real-world and exercise RTF operations.
Conduct coordination/liaison with Joint Commands (e.g. NORTHCOM, PACOM, ARNORTH), Naval Component Commanders (e.g., USFF, PACFLT, NAVCENT), and interagency entities as required to facilitate RTF operations and exercises.
Draft periodic status briefs, attend periodic staff meetings, draft executive level briefs, and maintain metric-based status boards, as requested.Other as required products include: trip reports, conference summary messages, routing correspondence, exercise message traffic, and executive level exercise briefs.
Plan, draft, and review/update annually applicable Region contingency plans, operations plans, functional plans and related documents in support of RTF requirements.
Review OSD, Joint Staff, Department of the Navy, NCC, and other Federal agency publications, instructions, and directives to delineate expressed or implied missions/responsibilities and to synchronize planning efforts.
Prepare/draft plans and orders for review and approval by N3.
Solicit and consolidate subordinate command comments on affected documents.
Provide necessary correspondence for the Government Representative to initiate action and coordination with other services, agencies, unified and specified commands, to obtain plans, revisions, and other material.
Conduct ongoing mission analysis of the RTF mission/tasking during a real-world or exercise nuclear weapons accident/incident.
Coordinate with the Region EM and applicable installation EMs to assist in nuclear weapon accident/incident response plan development.
Develop, review, and refine, as necessary, the RTF CONPLAN which details how CNRSE will respond to a nuclear weapons accident/incident and assist in the development of standardized processes and procedures for the CNRSE CAT, to be used during CAT activation during an RTF incident.
Conduct analysis and continue to develop the RTF CONPLAN as a supporting plan to NORTHCOM CONPLANs.
Support CAT operations for All-Hazards incident response (other than RTF-type incident) by filling one of the Planner billets in the ROC during CAT activation.
Participate in exercise and real world operations by the NRSE RTF.
Support Government personnel in identifying specific RTF-member actions in the form of checklists and CONPLAN development.
Conduct review and analysis of the following plans:
In coordination with the assigned Government Representative, establish contact and liaison with representatives from different agencies
Conduct review of and provide input to the RTF-related sections of the CNRSE EM plan.
Possess a Bachelor of Science (BS) in training and education or equivalent experience.
Security Clearance requirement: Secret required
In-depth knowledge of exercise planning principles and techniques.
Mastery experience level with controlling integrated exercises, developing MSELs, scenarios, and injects.
Ability to analyze exercise results and to promulgate lessons learned and best practices.
Knowledge of curricula objectives and evolutions, including approved training procedures, safety precautions, emergency action plans and procedures, training facilities and equipment.
In-depth knowledge of the principles and techniques used in designing training programs and applying design methods to the improvement of instructional effectiveness.
Working knowledge of the Crisis Action Planning process (CAP) and the Joint Operational Planning and Execution System (JOPES).
Working knowledge of Incident Command System (ICS) and National Incident Management System (NIMS).
At a minimum, must have completed FEMA courses IS 100, IS 200, IS 700, IS 800.
Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.
Be proficient with Microsoft Office Tools and Programs, be computer literate and must be able to implement and use web based programs.
Knowledge of military plans design, drafting, and updating methodology.
Minimum 4 years management or supervisory experience.
Working knowledge of Navy Planning Process.
Knowledge of emergency management concepts, principles, laws, regulations, and precedent decisions which provide the capability to recommend substantive changes to ensure effective planning and operational support.
Be capable of interpreting, adapting, and applying available guidance to vague or poorly defined scenarios.
Demonstrated ability to work well under pressure with changing deadlines and priorities.
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