This position provides Regional Security Analyst for SOCPAC performing tasks including:
- Provide SOCPAC Regional Security Analyst support through multilateral and multinational engagements, events, and activities in the Indo-Asia Pacific.
- Provide key advisory and coordination support to the TSOC Commander and staff on the establishment, operation and sustainment of a regional SOF academic and training institute in the region.
- Support the development of Strategic Concepts, Plans, Operations Orders, Fragmentary Orders, Integrated Master Schedules, training plans, databases and educational curriculums in support of operationalizing the Global SOF Network (GSN).
- Provide Flag Officer/ General Officer level information papers; position papers; briefings; and talking points with regard to the USSOCOM 2020 SOF Multinational Engagement Strategy and the development of the GSN.
- Integrate key planning and operational documents with the USPACOM, USSOCOM and Service Component Staff equivalents.
- Work with Interagency and DoD working groups, conferences, and Joint Planning Groups.
- Responsible for facilitating and developing security programs funded by Asia Pacific Regional Initiative (APRI), the Counter Terrorism Fellowship Program (CTFP) and various DOD funding sources.
- Support development and execution of logistics and administrative plans.
- Develop the Administrative Procedures Arrangement (APA) for activities; provide cost estimates of funds required to support the planning and execution of exercises and training courses and prepare event requirements requests for approval. APA is a non-binding agreement with the participating Host Nation (HN), which lays out responsibilities for each party for exercises/engagements
- Required to perform Pre-Deployment Site Surveys and travel in support of multilateral and multinational engagement events, exercises and training courses.
- Up to 2 weeks of travel per month may be required.
Master’s degree in International Relations, National Security Affairs, or Defense Analysis or a bachelor’s degree in combination with 3 years’ experience in Regional Security Affairs or International Relations
- Minimum of 10 years of combined Joint, SOF, Interagency, or Regional experience working military operations with at least 3 years of special operations conducted in a joint, combined, and interagency environment
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in dealing with foreign FO/GO/SES level officials
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience as an instructor in a DoD Academic Institute or as an instructor in civilian academic institutions
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in program management to include project estimation, scheduling, resource management, and prioritization
- Completed one Joint tour, combatant command, or multi-national staff tour
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