Quantitative Fleet Feedback (QFF) Support Training Analyst, Tact with Security Clearance
Location: Virginia Beach
Posted on: November 10, 2019
Description JOB DESCRIPTION: The Defense Systems Customer Group,
currently has a career opportunity for a Quantitative Fleet
Feedback (QFF) Support training program analyst to provide fleet
training data collection and assessment support Tactical Training
Group, Atlantic (TTGL) in Virginia Beach, VA. The candidate must be
knowledgeable of all phases of the Fleet Response Training Plan
(FRTP) and carrier strike group operations. The individual in this
position will provide QFF program analysis support and serve as a
fleet training program analyst performing a variety of routine and
non-routine tasks associated with training assessment and reporting
using the Navy Warfare Training System (NWTS) and Navy Training
Information Management System (NTIMS) for the staff. Training
program analysts have experience at the senior level including
supervisory experience. In general, they review program (specific)
data, evaluate program plans/changes and assist in the preparation
of documents with various senior-level, civilian and military
stakeholders. They are able to analyze program information,
strategize plans, produce quality analytic work in the form of
information papers, white papers, briefs, and executive
correspondence and effectively present the results in a clear and
concise manner when required. Training program analysts utilize
time and government furnished equipment/information to accomplish
their tasks successfully and promote program efficiencies. They are
subject matter experts (SME) in their fields of expertise. The
ideal candidate will be a senior trainer/evaluator with at least
five years' experience in naval Fleet Synthetic Training (FST)
development, execution and evaluation, and simulation program
operation; have data entry experience with database systems (e.g.,
NTIMS and Navy Mission Essential Task List [NMETL] Readiness
Assessment Software [NRAS]); and have the flexibility to operate
multiple computer programs simultaneously (e.g., MS Excel, MS
PowerPoint, Chat, Simulation Disposition [SIMDIS] 3-D Analysis and
Display Toolset, and Global Command and Control System-Maritime
[GCCS-M/J]). In addition, he/she will have excellent public
speaking, presentation, and time management skills, as well as at
least three years of applicable program analyst experience in:
? U.S. Navy training operations, policy, systems, and staff
? Managing/ prioritizing large, complex projects involving numerous
stakeholders. ? Leading working groups and cross-functional
? Leveraging best practices and handling multiple tasks and
interruptions with minimal impact on productivity/deliverables.
? Engaging Senior Staff at the Flag Officer/Director/Manager
? Conducting fleet training analysis/assessment to identify gaps,
training needs and solutions. Specific Functional Area tasks
? Determine data collection and assessment requirements for
? Assist government personnel project leads with planning,
coordinating and briefing assessment requirements.
? Attend initial, main or middle and final planning and other
exercise conferences to coordinate data collection
? When required, lead exercise assessment syndicates and working
? Provide program and technical support to project leads for
Numbered Fleet Commanders, carrier task force/strike group
(CTF/CSG) and amphibious readiness group (ARG) commanders, CSG-4,
Tactical Training Group Atlantic (TTGL), and other training
commands' NMET-based training programs.
? Provide training to training command staff and data collection
team personnel on NWTS, NTIMS, and NMETLs when required.
? Provide capability briefs and demonstrations on data collection
tools and processes when required.
? Provide program support to government project leads for NMETL
review and content management in NTIMS for staff and warfare
? Facilitate NMETL working groups for NMETL development and updates
to ensure NMETLs comply with OPNAV and U.S. Fleet Forces
(USFF)/Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CPF) instructions and
? Create and provide current, accurate and complete NMETL reports
for use by Fleet personnel when required.
? Enter current, accurate and complete NMETL content and training
plan updates into NTIMS to comply with NTRP 1-03.5 Defense
Readiness Reporting System - Navy (DRRS-N) reporting manual and
USFF/CPF 3501.3 guidance.
? Provide beneficial recommendations to the government project
leads to update the Universal Naval and Joint Task Lists
? Provide administration and maintenance support to government
project leads on training and performance assessment databases for
CTFs, strike groups, ARGs, warfare commanders, coordinators, and
individual deployers based on NMETLs.
? Extract NMETL performance requirements from NTIMS to develop data
collection plans, worksheets and databases.
? Prepare and run quality assurance (QA) checks using NTIMS, NRAS,
or other applicable software/systems.
? Provide daily NMETL performance feedback reports to trainers on
each assessment area from each database.
? Assist government personnel in developing performance debriefs
which will be presented to senior military personnel using MS
PowerPoint or other required software programs using reports
created from the performance databases.
? After completion of exercises, create and submit performance data
and training plan completion reports to the Navy's readiness
reporting system for up to 24 or more assessment areas from each
exercise. Perform QA of performance and experience data displayed
in DRRS-N for data submitted and resolve any discrepancies
? Archive and retrieve performance data for data calls and
? Conduct historical analysis on archived performance data when
required and provide current, accurate and complete analysis
reports to government project leads.
? Attend planning and coordination events, tool development and
process improvement events, and post-exercise analysis and
reporting meetings when required. Provide government project leads
after action reports including an overview of the event/meeting and
beneficial recommendations for improving exercise planning, data
collection and reporting.
? Provide beneficial recommendations to government project leads on
opportunities to employ existing Joint and Navy training assessment
tools and processes to improve Navy training, readiness and
? Provide warfare area data collection, reconstruction and analysis
to develop graphical representations, screen shots, reports, charts
and replays to government personnel using data collection and
display tools, including the Joint After Action Report - Resource
Library (JAAR-RL), SIMDIS, Performance Evaluation Tool , Real Time
Extraction and Analysis Projection , Portable Multipurpose Data
Acquisition System, Warfare Assessment Module, GCCS-M/J, Common
Operational Picture (COP) Measures of Effectiveness (MOE), chat and
voice communications systems, and MS Office products on web pages
and personal computers. ? May be required to travel up to 25
percent of the time, including support of underway missions (up to
12 hours per day) for extended periods (up to 45 consecutive days)
or work extended hours ashore. These consecutive underway or ashore
periods may include weekends and holidays. Occasionally, travel may
be required to attend exercise planning events, NMETL development,
or data collection tool development working groups. Qualifications
REQUIRED EDUCATION / SKILLS:
? U.S. citizen with Secret clearance.
? Active military duty experience in a Combat Systems environment
and recent instructional/training experience.
? Five (5) years of technical and general training analyst
experience (seven years in lieu of degree will be considered).
? Three (3) years of applicable training program analyst and
Functional Area experience (see detailed tasks above).
? Must possess proven written and verbal communication skills at
the junior management and senior executive level, be able to act
independently, and effectively manage multiple priorities and
interruptions with minimal impact on productivity and
? Experience in use of MS Office (e.g., Excel and PowerPoint)
products. ? Must have the ability to medically screen for underway
operations on a U.S. Naval vessel. DESIRED SKILLS:
? Bachelor of Arts or Science degree.
? AEGIS Air Defense experience.
? Deep understanding of all phases of the Optimized Fleet Response
Plan (OFRP) and familiarity with the FRTP, Fleet training policy
documents (including the Fleet Training Continuum [FTC]), and Type
Commander Training and Readiness Manuals.
? Familiarity with NWTS, NTIMS, NRAS, SIMDIS, GCCS-M/J, DRRS-N,
NMETL, UNTL, UJTL, and Naval operations and training. ? Master
Training Specialist qualification. Desired Qualifications
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