Shall monitor theater logistics - Shall maintain Combat Service Support (CSS) situational awareness through all means of information systems, battle command systems, and CSS Mission Command information - Shall monitor theater logistical priorities through attendance at various COCOM daily operation updates and staff - Shall maintain continuous liaison with other staff directorates, contractors, and commands within the - Shall coordinate and interpret ASCC and joint logistics system requirements with logistics managers in the ASCC AOR, AMC, DLA, Material Management Center (MMC), Theater Sustainment Command (TSC), COCOM, Logistic Support Agency (LOGSA), and deploying units/installations to maximize logistics performance and leverage the joint systems’ unique - Shall review plans to ensure they are comprehensive and are in compliance with directives and guidance from HQDA, COCOM, and the ASCC in achieving operational objectives, and provide recommendations for - Shall participate in ASCC exercises and - Shall assist with the development of operational level logistics Concepts of Operations (CONOPS), OPORDs, and associated annexes. - Shall participate and collaborate in joint operations planning to develop campaign plans, OPLANs, and OPORDs for the Geographic - Shall assist with developing and updating Level I (Commander's Estimate) thru Level IV - Shall assist the Plans Branch in developing staff estimates and courses of actions for OPLANs and policy that support the geographic Combatant Commander's theater strategy, campaign plans, OPLANs and OPORDs. - Shall assist with developing ASCC support to OPLANs and - Shall review and provide analysis, comments, and summation of the Unified Command Plan, Contingency Planning Guidance, and Defense Planning Guidance and the Joint Service Capabilities Plan (JSCP). - Shall assist in the development of communications campaign to secure ASCC objectives across a number of parallel- BA/BS- 10 years of experience in managing the planning, programming, supervision, and execution of logistics programs. - Minimum of three years of experience in Theater Logistics and logistics mission analysis processes in support of Joint Theater Logistics level deployment, distribution, sustainment, reconstitution, and Joint Reception Staging Onward Movement (JRSO) operations. - Shall have a minimum of three years' experience working in support of a Joint, S. Army, or component level headquarters. - Graduate of Military Intermediate Level Education (MEL4) program, and have logistics experience in deployment/combat in a support operations - Graduates of either the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) or Joint Operational Planners Course. In lieu of education, a minimum of 15-20 years of relevant experience i.e. "developing staff estimates and courses of actions for OPLANs and policy that support the geographic Combatant Commander's theater strategy, campaign plans, OPLANs and OPORDs". If the candidates have experience relating to COCOM OPLAN and CONPLAN - Detailed knowledge of all facets of sustainment and its integration to develop detailed concepts commensurate with presentation at the three and four star Additionally, contractor should be able to relate those concepts into detailed executable plans and create Time Phased Force Deployment Data to support mobilization of assets. - Shall possess an understanding of Army Campaign Planning and integrate strategic direction into a command message that encompasses the future design of operations into communications that enfranchises all partners in the sustainment - Broad knowledge of the Army sustainment enterprise at the Department of the Army and how it relates to other procuring headquarters, USTRANSCOM, and other ASCC headquarters is required to ensure strategic lines of communication are nested with current capabilities to enlist support across a wide array of sustainment organizations. - Possess a functional understanding of the Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) and assist in planning, logistics estimates, concepts of support, and coordination with joint service component commands and subordinate headquarters. Shall have a minimum of two years of experience with the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP). Broad thought and experience is required to understand the effects of long-range, near-term, and current operations into the build of theater posture; related to contingency plans the contractor shall provide detailed analysis to integrate those current assets that reside within theater and recommend additional forces as required. - Proficient with the operational and strategic adaptive planning processes at the Department of the Army Major Command (MACOM) or DoD Combatant Command (COCOM) - Demonstrated capability to plan, organize, and direct the operations of teams and to work with senior level - Shall be fully knowledgeable of COCOM AORs logistics structure and capabilities, and shall possess a working knowledge of Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine logistics structure and capabilities in order to work as a joint element when it comes to logistical - Ability to develop, present, and execute logistics plans and forecast long-term resource requirements in support of the COCOM Campaign Plans and long term operational - Must pass medical exams in accordance with CENTCOM MOD 14 standards - Must be willing to deploy to CENTCOM AOR via CRC - This position will deploy with U.S. Forces, and therefore is subject to Deployed Contractor training and regulations, and USCENTCOM Individual Protection and individual / Unit Deployment Policy. Successful candidates will be subject to initial and recurring physical examinations and medical testing, and meet fitness for duty requirements in accordance with the CENTCOM Policy and related modifications and regulations. - A current Top Secret (TS)/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information (SCI) security clearance is required For more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology has served as a trusted provider of information technology, systems engineering, training and professional services to customers across federal, state, and local governments, and in the commercial sector. Over 40,000 GDIT professionals deliver enterprise solutions, manage mission-critical IT programs and provide mission support services worldwide. GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. 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