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 Post subject: Electronic Warfare SME needed at Ft. Gordon, GA
Posted: Thu Jan 06, 2011 5:56 pm 

Joined: Thu Jan 06, 2011 5:37 pm

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Location: Front Royal, VA

Subsidium is currently seeking talent for an Electronic Warfare Subject Matter Expert position we have located at Ft. Gordon, GA. This position is immediately available.

General Specification:

•Electronic Warfare (EW) management SME in response to critical portions of programmed work within several key combat development, training and proponent functional areas.

•Experience in the development of combat development documents, point papers, power-point slides, decision papers and other required briefs associated with Electronic Warfare and fielding improved electronic magnetic spectrum management operations (EMSO) capabilities of the US Army.

•Provide documents that form the basis for developing the Doctrine, Training, Material, Leader Development, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) necessary to transition electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO) to our current and future force.

•Review and provide comments to policy and regulatory guidance documents to ensure they adequately address EW and EMSO concerns across the Army and Joint community.

•Provide required electromagnetic SME to assist in the establishment of the new Army enlisted and officer EW Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) to support the Electronic Warfare Coordination Cell, Electronic Warfare Cell, and Electronic Warfare Team.

•Coordinate and provide the Signal proponent office recommendations for reclassification of spectrum managers into the new MOS.

•Provide support that includes research, studies, analysis, writing and editing of core capabilities and critical tasks for training Program of Instruction (POI) documentation and doctrine literature development for Signal Corps, Army, and Joint, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) to enhance electromagnetic spectrum operations.

Provide draft written updates to course instructional material and recommendation/assessment of follow-on actions supporting MOS and course training content.

Required Skill Sets:

•Understanding of lethal and non-lethal effects of EW capabilities to include directed energy, jamming and EW Counter-Measures

•Understanding and thorough knowledge of the three subdivisions of EW: Electronic Attack, Electronic Protection and Electronic Warfare Support

•Understand the regions of the electromagnetic spectrum (e.g., radio frequency, infrared, commercial, federal, foreign nation bands, etc)

•Excellent Writing Skills and Presentation Capability

Preferred Skill Sets:

•Masters Degree Preferred, Bachelors Degree Acceptable, but not required

•Electronic Warfare/Signal Corps Officer

•Understand the impact of EW and EMSO into the Army's six warfighting functions (movement and maneuver; intelligence; fires; sustainment; command and control; and Protection)

•Navy or Air Force (or Marine or Army) experience as an EWO

Please contact me at nicole.daley@subsidium.us or you may call at 540-631-1333 or toll free at 866-631-1333. I look forward to speaking with you further in regards. Please feel free to share this information with others you feel may be interested.

Have a blessed day and a Happy New Year!

~Nicole Daley

Posted  11/12/2012

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