GDIT is searching for a Range Complex Sustainment Coordinator (RCSC) for the Mariana Islands Range Complex located in the western Pacific Ocean.
The RCSC provides range complex sustainment support and serves as the key coordinator between U.S. Pacific Fleet environmental and range staff, Navy region staff, and the Regional Environmental Coordinator (REC), as well as local range management and scheduling authorities; user communities; and service providers.
The RCSC Marianas:
Participates with the regional encroachment management team for issues impacting fleet training or which can affect mission readiness.
Participates in oversight of fleet range sustainment programs; develops and reviews fleet range sustainment projects, such as the Range Complex Management Plan (RCMP) and environmental compliance and planning documents; Supports data collection for range sustainment projects such as the RCMP, environmental documentation, marine mammal reporting, and range conditions assessments
Performs other duties as designated in support of environmental training operations.
You must have experience in Navy fleet training, operational planning and training exercise execution with an understanding of encroachment and environmental issues that can affect mission readiness.
Candidate shall have technical knowledge of the regulations of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) the Endangered Species Act (ESA), and the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) as well as other relevant environmental laws and Department of Defense and Department of the Navy environmental and range sustainment policy and regulations.
Experience in airspace management policy, oceanic and special use airspace, and range management and/or staff experience in USN fleet training, operational planning and exercise implementation is highly desired.
Candidates for this position may be a former military officer of the rank O4 or above or have equivalent civilian experience in support of military training and operations.
It is desired that the candidate have joint military experience in training and readiness and working with other services in the development of training sustainment and environmental planning documents.
Candidate should have experience in writing plans and producing staff position papers.
Candidate can expect to be working many projects independently with minimal staff support. Candidate must be willing to travel greater than 30 days per year, if required.
Requires a BA/BS degree. Engineering, physical science, or environmental science degree preferred. A graduate degree is preferred.
8-10 years of experience in Navy fleet training, operational planning and training exercise execution with an understanding of encroachment and environmental issues
Understanding of the Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) the Endangered Species Act (ESA), and the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA)
Former military officer of the rank O4 or above or have equivalent civilian experience in support of military training and operations.
Security clearance required: Secret
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