Equipping / Force Development Analyst

Requires current and Active Secret Clearance
Position requires a minimum of twelve (12) years' experience in unit equipping / force development and Army Equipping related military duties.
Bachelor's degree in a technical, business, or other field relevant to the support in which the individual is performing.
Must demonstrate the ability to work independently when given only general direction.
Must be an experienced user of the Army's Decision Support Tool.
Executes force development tasks . Determines functional and crossfunctional relationships. Works efforts across Army staff with information coordinated with related proponents. Provides leadership of technical and programmatic I2 feasibility assessments. Additionally, the Senior Analyst will be responsible for cross-functional coordination and issue resolution at the ARSTAF/Secretariat level. Demonstrates excellent oral and written communication. May be expected to assume task lead for related systems.

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