Sayres & Associates
  • San Diego, CA, USA
  • Full Time

Sayres and Associates Corporation (Sayres) is a dynamic, Native American-owned, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business that has been providing excellence in service to the Federal Government since 2001. We offer a broad spectrum of security, management, technical and engineering services including Program Administration, Policy Analysis, Counterintelligence Cyber Security, Acquisition Management, Acquisition Logistics, Integrated Product Support, Production Management, Business Financial Management, Systems Engineering, Systems Integration, System Test and Evaluation. Sayres is headquartered in Washington, DC with offices throughout the United States and has a presence abroad.

Our success can be attributed first to a proven track record of performance excellence based on our customer-focused approach to services. We have demonstrated experience effectively managing large contractor teams across multiple functional areas for major programs. Perhaps most importantly, Sayres offers financial stability and organizational maturity comparable to a large company, coupled with the agility of a small business, providing cost effective solutions and best value to our customers.

Awarded the U.S. Small Business Administration, Washington Metropolitan District Office's 8(a) Graduate of the Year for 2017, Sayres and Associates Corporation continues to grow in a highly competitive environment while exceeding customers' expectations and providing a work experience conducive to personal and professional development.

The position description is only meant to be a representative summary of the major responsibilities and accountabilities performed by the incumbents of this position.  The incumbents may be requested to perform position-related tasks other than those stated in this description. 

ATGPAC Combat Systems Training Analyst Qualification Requirements

  • Experience in Department of Defense Training programs.
  • Experience in the operation and conduct of Afloat Training.
  • Knowledge of the Surface Force Requirements Manual (SFRM) and the Surface Force Exercise Manual (SFEM).
  • Understanding of certification process for the following mission areas: USW, AW, SW, MIW, STW, INT, CRY, EW, and EXPSAF.
  • Experience in Department of Defense Training and Warfare Area certification processes.
  • Experience in using database applications to develop trending and training analysis.
  • Experience in conducting workshops and conducting meetings that identify and prioritize process improvement opportunities in relation to Unit-Level Training.
  • Experience with tracking and managing certification and training schedules for Naval Surface Forces Units or like systems.
  • Naval shipboard experience.
  • Shipboard experience in a leadership role in the Combat Systems Department.
  • Knowledge and experience with U.S. Navy AEGIS shipboard Combat Systems.
  • Knowledge of Monthly Inport Training Exercises (MITE).
  • Knowledge of Tactical Data Link (TADL) Systems.
  • Knowledge of Fleet Synthetic Training Systems (FSTS).
  • Experience writing and presenting Flag Level briefs to senior leadership.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite of program tools.
  • Security Clearance: "Secret" level clearance verifiable in JPAS

Responsibilities of the ATGPAC Combat Systems Training Analyst:

  • Provide leadership to the ATGPAC Topside, Engineering, and Quality Assurance Training Analysts that include oversight of integration with CNSP, ATGPAC, and ATGSD stakeholders.
  • Provide technical support on the following training mission areas: Undersea Warfare (USW); Air Warfare (AW); Surface Warfare (SW); Mine Warfare (MIW); Strike Warfare (STW); Intelligence (INT); Cryptology (CRY); Electronic Warfare (EW); Explosive Safety (EXPSAF) and Fleet Synthetic Training (FST).
  • Participate in weekly ATGPAC Commander's Update Brief, weekly Afloat Training Group Pacific Afloat Training Organization Ships-in-Training Briefs, and ATGPAC Staff Stand-up Meetings.
  • Participate in weekly reviews and provide feedback on Basic Phase Training Plans, Basic Phase Training Changes, and Risk Reports of Pacific Fleet ships in training. Specifically address scheduling, de-confliction, SOP deviations, waivers and staffing.
  • Produce and promulgate weekly informational briefs by Power Point to ensure ATGPAC is informed on all Combat Systems current and future training issues.
  • Analyze End of Mission Reports from Combat Systems subject matter experts and provide feedback on training readiness issues, training deficiency trends, and recommendations for process improvement.
  • Review Surface Force Readiness Manual (SFRM) and Surface Force Exercise Manual (SFEM) annually. Develop training improvement initiatives and make recommendations for improvements to support the SFRM / SFEM as required. Develop solutions to meet initiatives, goals, and objectives.
  • Review Combat Systems Standard Operating Procedures annually and recommend changes based on the latest established requirements.
  • Provide recommendations for future Combat Systems projects taking into consideration changes in resources as it pertains to ATGPAC manpower and optimizing resources with third party organization.
  • Draft and develop concept papers, proposals and project plans for training improvements.
  • Participate or mediate Combat Systems symposiums and develop After-Action Reports (AARs) and Lessons Learned.
  • Establish and update training standards within Combat Systems, specifically with regards to Afloat Self-Assessment (ASA) check sheets, Certification grade sheets, training curriculums, mission area Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), ATGPAC User Guide, and Material check sheets.
  • Provide technical advice and quality assurance for training execution to include analysis over cognizant mission area training; recommendations for SOP deviations, review of individual ship Basic Phase Training plans.
  • Research problems or issues in Combat Systems training and provide feedback and recommendations to ATGPAC. Produce Executive / Flag-level briefs.
  • Compile common discrepancies found during Combat Systems training events, and develop lesson topic guides containing lessons learned and best practices for dissemination to training teams and ships in training.
  • Collect updates of all ASA check sheets and grade sheets from inputs received from Combat Systems subject matter experts. Provide subject check sheets for approval by the Configuration Control Board (CCB) / Configuration Control Group (CCG).
  • Consolidate and update training materials annually for ATGPAC Combat Systems subject matter experts. Maintain presentations for classroom and shipboard training events.
  • Revise Level of Knowledge (LOK) exams questions and submit to LOK test bank.
  • Track and review Trainer manpower requirements within the Combat Systems mission area and provide recommended changes to ATGPAC Manpower Manager.
  • Monitor incoming and outgoing NIPR/SIPR message traffic daily as it relates to Combat Systems. Maintain copies of historical messages pertaining to ships in Basic Phase regarding Combat Systems.
  • Produce the following reports monthly: Live Fire Event Summary Report, and a Mission Area Training and Certification Report for cognizant mission areas.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, gender identity, disability or veteran status.


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