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EEO STATEMENT Yorktown Systems Group, Inc., and its wholly-owned subsidiaries, are an Equal Opportunity Employer. No employee or applicant for employment is denied equal opportunity because of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, any other non-merit-based factor, or other characteristics protected by law. As part of the company's equal employment opportunity policy, Yorktown Systems Group, Inc., and its subsidiaries, will also take affirmative action as called for by applicable laws and Executive Orders to ensure that minority group individuals, females, disabled veterans, recently separated veterans, other protected veterans, Armed Forces service medal veterans, and qualified disabled persons are introduced into our workforce and considered for promotional opportunities. The Unconventional, LLC. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yorktown Systems Group, Inc.

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Yorktown Systems Group, Inc., and its wholly-owned subsidiaries, are a committed team of dedicated former military and civilian professionals who believe in providing ethical and quality services to Government customers. Our leadership team is composed primarily of Veterans who are now serving in a corporate environment rather than in uniform. Our customer's missions become our own and we are committed to working as a team to achieve success. Because of the depth and experiences of our corporate leadership, we can assure all our customers that "we will do what we say we can do" and will focus on our customer's missions rather than corporate goals. Our business model is based on a personal commitment from our leaders to maintain contact with our customers to continually and consistently gauge our performance. Yorktown Systems Group was founded on the idea that providing quality and ethical services with a laser focus on our customer's goals is an effective long-term business model. Our mission, therefore, is to help our customers meet their requirements and goals. The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because such employee or applicant has inquired about, discussed, or disclosed the compensation of the employee or applicant or another employee or applicant. This provision shall not apply to instances in which an employee who has access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of such employee's essential job functions discloses the compensation of such other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to such information, unless such disclosure is in response to a formal complaint or charge, in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or is consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. The Unconventional, LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yorktown Systems Group, Inc.

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OPFOR Maritime Task Group Subject Matter Expert (SME), NATO-JWC

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Summary:

Yorktown Systems Group is seeking a qualified OPFOR Maritime Task Group (MAR TG) Subject Matter Expert (SME) to support NATO’s Joint Warfare Center’s (JWC) high priority exercises. JWC’s mission is to deliver high value exercises to NATO Command Structure and Force Structure entities and organizations in accordance with direction and guidance received from Allied Command Transformation (ACT) as well as SACEUR’s Annual Guidance for Exercise (SAGE) and the Military Training Evaluation Plan (MTEP). JWC employs a matrix-management organizational structure with staff Directorates and Divisions comprising the vertical component, and multi-year Exercise programs, led by Program Directors, providing the lateral component. By managing the multi-year Exercise programs, the Program Directors coordinate JWC’s contribution and support to NATO’s exercise and training program. the provider will be required to develop, produce, deliver, and archive new settings and scenarios, and update / review and deliver existing settings and scenarios, to include necessary consultation that complement and support the work carried out by JWC’s Scenario Branch. The ambition is to leverage professional, forward-thinking Provider(s) with the ability to bring creativity, novel design thinking and industry best practices to JWC’s business functions of designing, developing, and delivering exercise settings and scenarios, as well as directly supporting the delivery of NATO’s Major Joint Exercise Program.

Specific duties may include, but are not limited to:

  • Support Incident Development to ensure storylines are developed with appropriate level of OPFOR MAR effects.
  • Oversee OPFOR MAR incident development in the Joint Exercise Management Module (JEMM) and ensure OPFOR MAR effects are designed in accordance with the overall OPFOR Joint Plan (OJP) and Scheme of Maneuver (SoM).
  • Script OPFOR MAR content, including in JEMM, as required and edit submitted OPFOR MAR content to ensure it is delivered in accordance with the OPFOR Joint Plan and SoM.
  • Provide guidance to OPFOR MAR scripters as required.
  • May be appointed Chief OPFOR MAR cell by Chief OPFOR dependent upon specific exercise requirements and circumstances.
  • Actively support assigned workshop syndicate(s) by contributing OPFOR MAR expertise.
  • Specifically ensure wider understanding of OPFOR MAR implications within events, incidents, storylines and themes and identify opportunities for OPFOR MAR effects to further develop during later Scripting workshop.
  • Perform other OPFOR MAR tasks as directed by OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35.
  • Attend Incident Development boards, working groups and other meetings as directed by OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35.
  • Be prepared to attend OPFOR Crisis Action Team (CAT) activation at short notice or no notice in order support resolution of a critical exercise related issue.
  • Coordinate and deconflict with other OPFOR cells and other EXCON cells as required.
  • Contribute to the OPFOR Operational Design from a MAR domain perspective.
  • Coordinate CAX (Computer Aided Exercise) and Joint Theatre Level Simulation (JTLS) requirements for OPFOR MAR forces and maneuvers.
  • Advise OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 in blue/deep water naval warfare.
  • Support MEL/MIL Scripting, including JEMM, translating guidance from OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 into a deliverable plan and overseeing OPFOR MAR operations across all Events, Incidents and Injects.
  • Conduct OPFOR MAR scripting development, including JEMM and ensure OPFOR MAR effects are designed in accordance with the overall OPFOR Joint Plan and SoM in accordance with OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 Direction and Guidance (D&G).
  • Coordinate with the OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 in order to identify and create required OPFOR MAR content, including in JEMM, to support storylines across all functional areas.
  • Advise scripting syndicates on OPFOR MAR implications related to incidents and injects and develop opportunities for OPFOR MAR effects.
  • Develop associated OPFOR MAR inject placeholders in JEMM to supplement storyboards, incidents and injects as required.
  • Ensure that all OPFOR MAR incidents and injects in JEMM are focussed on operational level effects (not tactical).
  • Synchronize OPFOR MAR injects in JEMM across the overall exercise battle rhythm.
  • Perform other OPFOR MAR tasks as directed by OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35.
  • Attend Scripting Workshop boards, working groups and other meetings as directed by OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35.
  • Be prepared to attend OPFOR Crisis Action Team (CAT) activation at short notice or no notice in order support resolution of a critical exercise related issue.
  • Specifically coordinate with EXCON MAR Response Cell (RC) as required.
  • Coordinate, as required, with other EXCON RCs.
  • Contribute to the OPFOR Operational Design from a MAR domain perspective.
  • Coordinate CAX (Computer Aided Exercise) and Joint Theatre Level Simulation (JTLS) requirements for OPFOR MAR forces and maneuvers.
  • Advise OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 in blue/deep water naval warfare.
  • May be appointed Chief OPFOR MAR cell by Chief OPFOR dependent upon specific exercise requirements and circumstances.
  • Prior to STARTEX, review JEMM database to ensure that OPFOR MAR effects and influence for each storyline is complete and aligned with the OPFOR Joint Plan and OPFOR SoM.
  • Receive regular direction and guidance (D&G) from OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 on dynamic changes and translate this D&G into timely OPFOR MAR effects.
  • May be appointed Chief OPFOR MAR cell by Chief OPFOR dependent upon specific exercise requirements and circumstances. If so: Provide D&G to OPFOR MAR cell Battle Captains (BCs) and other staff within the cell.
  • If In role as Chief OPFOR MAR cell, Be Prepared to (BPT) roster OPFOR MAR BCs (mil pers only) and other cell staff (mil pers only) into a 2-shift (until midnight) or 3 shift (24/7 ops) system in order to achieve OPFOR MAR operations and effects aligned with the OPFOR Joint Plan and SoM.
  • Coordinate as required with other EXCON staff from OPFOR, CAX, Intel, LOCON RCs, TGTS, SOF and others as necessary to ensure that the OPFOR MAR operations and effects are accurate and aligned with the OPFOR OJP and SoM.
  • Collaborate daily with OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 to ensure timely alignment with the latest OPFOR developments as directed by the OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35.
  • Provide daily OPFOR MAR feedback and updates to the OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 as required.
  • Be prepared to dynamically script, in JEMM, OPFOR MAR content as required by the MEL/MIL, TA activity, OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 D&G.
  • Perform other OPFOR MAR tasks as directed by the OPFOR command cell OPFOR J35.
  • Attend PhIIIB Execution EXCON boards, working groups, VTCs, TELECONS and other meetings as directed by the OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35.
  • Be prepared to attend OPFOR Crisis Action Team (CAT) activation at short notice or no notice in order support resolution of a critical exercise related issue.
  • Specifically coordinate with EXCON MAR Response Cell (RC) as required.
  • Coordinate, as required, with other EXCON RCs.
  • BPT brief specific OPFOR MAR issues at the daily OPFOR Huddle.
  • Provide support to EXCON Targeting (TGTs) cell for Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) reporting.
  • Assist with the preparation of OPFOR FRAGOs.
  • Advise OPFOR command cell and OPFOR J35 in deep/blue water naval warfare.
Job Requirements

Required Qualifications:

  • A University/Bachelor’s Degree or Staff College.
  • Minimum 8 years previous military experience within the last 12 years in the operational Maritime domain, including at least 2 years at sea, reaching the rank of OF5 or above.
  • Previous Command of a Maritime Task Group at OF4 level or higher.
  • Previous Staff Officer qualified and worked at 2-star (Division Level) or higher in one of the following: a) MAR, JOINT or NATO; b) National Command Structure; c) NATO Force Structure; d) Maritime Component HQ in one of the following domains: J3, J5, A2, N3, or N5.
  • Previous NATO assignment or deployment to a NATO operation or NATO fleet in the operational MAR field domain within one of the following domains: J3, J5, N3, N5.
  • Minimum 2-3 years experience in assessing and reading the Recognised Maritime Picture (RMP) including white shipping.
  • Experience of the NATO or national operational planning processes in respect of MAR operations.
  • Competent in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Current NATO Secret Security Clearance or National equivalent.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in English as defined in STANAG 6001 (Standardized Linguistic Profile (SLP) 3333 – Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) or equivalent.

Clearance: Must possess an active NATO or U.S. SECRET or higher security clearance.

Location: NATO Joint Warfare Center, Stavanger, Norway

Travel: CONUS and OCONUS travel may be required.

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