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Force Protection Ops Analyst II-CNIC N34

Office: Washington DC
Location: Washington, DC
Job ID: S20-0839

JOB TITLE: Force Protection Ops Analyst II-CNIC N34


Provide program, administrative, integration, and analytical support to Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC N34) Force Protection program requirements, policy, doctrine and oversight processes, and management planning


Assist N34 with analyzing various Force Protection program data points, assessment results, making sound deductions and making well informed, resource balanced recommendations in support of executing the CNIC Force Protection Program:

  • Gather and analyze data for identifying options and providing recommendations; analyze cost data to produce cost-efficiency comparisons, lifecycle costing, and measure performance against cost data
  • Analyze Personnel and Training Pillars of DRRS algorithms for METS, and examine readiness criteria and results in relationship to activities and missions in the Installation domain. Study and review Personnel and Training Readiness and make strategic planning recommendations to leadership; identify issues and deficiencies; develop cost-effective COAs; and inform leadership, working groups, and responsible organizations for concurrence and approval of corrective actions
  • Leverage industry-best business practices, technical expertise, and tools; (2) analyze, identify, develop, and provide efficiency recommendations; and (3) support revision/implementation of Command policies, development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), and process improvements. Process transformation involves use of analytical processes to measure efficiencies and refine business rules
  • Maintain currency in Combined, Joint, Multi-Service, and Service doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures in order to analyze, validate, modify, or participate in the development of new doctrine, concepts, organizations, equipment, and personnel in support of the Installation mission and collateral activities
  • Conduct research and assessment through the identification of critical mission facilities; analysis of operational mission assurance requirements; analysis of internal and external region and installations assessments; and analysis and development of critical nodes required to meet organizational resilience requirements for each installation within the region identified
  • Identify the gaps between “as is” and “should be” based on analysis of doctrine and policy. The gap analysis will include assessment of the shortfalls, gaps, and redundancies with recommendations for changes to germane documents. The gap analysis will also identify the impact of policy and doctrine products on installation protection should they be beyond the ability of CNIC or the Navy to revise. The gap analysis will include the delivery of a document library composed of all relevant documents and analyses to allow CNIC functional owners a single source for future reference
  • Use the results of the gap analysis to develop integrated COAs for addressing identified gaps, shortfalls, and redundancies in doctrine, policy, and plans impacting the Protection Program


Security Clearance: Secret

  • U.S. Citizen
  • Active Secret Clearance
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in one of the following disciplines: Public Policy, Public Administration, Information Technology, or Engineering
  • Five years DoD experience
  • Experience in data collection, analysis and course of action development
  • Recent relevant experience in directing a project within DOD which included: a study, gap analysis, COA development, documentation generation, briefings and in progress reviews
  • Extensive knowledge and experience with all Microsoft word processing programs (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)


  • Masters of Business Administration or a Master’s Degree in one of the following disciplines: Public Policy, Public Administration, Information Technology, or Engineering
  • Knowledge of Navy Force Protection, consisting of Antiterrorism, Law Enforcement and Physical Security Program requirements, concepts, methodology and training to ensure the identification and promulgation of an effective program for force protection administrative support of the N34 mission
  • Ten years experience in developing doctrine, policy and plans in a command and control environment; or a minimum of five years experience in the development of emergency management plans for either federal or state organizations and five years experience in the development and execution of incident or contingency operations.
  • 10 years of military service
  • Experience on CNIC, Navy Region, or Installation staff



KEY WORDS: Navy Force Protection, consisting of Antiterrorism, Law Enforcement and Physical Security, Gap Analysis, Readiness Assessment

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