LMI

Operational Energy Supply Chain Resilience Analyst

Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Posted Date 5 months ago(2/28/2020 2:31 PM)
Job ID
2020-4677
# of Openings
2

Overview

Position is on the staff of a management-consulting firm located in Tysons, VA firm specializing in government operations. LMI is dedicated exclusively to advancing the management of the government. We deliver the best value for the government dollar as all revenues are directed to our mission of advancing government. We are entirely aligned with the goals of our clients, and they value our specialized services in logistics, management advisory services, advanced analytics, and digital services. We believe government can make a difference, and we seek talented, hardworking people who share that conviction. The Operational Energy Supply Chain Resilience Analyst will work at the OSD client site (Pentagon).

Responsibilities

  • Develop, draft strategy, policy, plans and guidance related to a wide range of operational energy supply chain
  • Provide expertise to comprehensively capture and keep current, the global fuel laydown for all AORs to enable identification of risks to DoD mission to inform energy supply chain resilience gaps.
  • Evaluate and analyze current and future operational energy supply chain, infrastructure and distribution challenges to inform gaps in policy and
  • Develop issue papers and white papers on operational energy supply chain risks to mission to inform DoD leadership on gaps in policy and
  • Develop implementable solutions to close operational energy supply chain resilience policy gaps
  • Provide comprehensive analyses to inform appropriate OSD offices (e.g. ODASD(Plans and Strategy) and CAPE) to ensure energy is included in posture, OPLANs and contingency base plans.
  • Develop draft policy on Contingency Base Energy Planning
  • Provide comprehensive analyses of future operational energy requirements to evaluate levels of resilience investments and alignment with
  • Provide program management support for the evaluation of very small modular reactor technology to improve energy resilience at remotely located domestic
  • With support from the Risk Management Team, develop a comprehensive Operational Energy Knowledge Book capturing all components of the global fuel laydown to include among others: fuel storage (DoD fuel infrastructure, commercial infrastructure, contracts, ), weapons systems laydown (i.e. blunt force), distribution (DoD provided, contract, etc.).

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree in operational research/analysis, military sciences, engineering, scientific, or technical degree (social sciences degree may be considered if there is comparable and appropriate professional experience).
  • Fifteen (15) + years’ experience with five (5) + years OSD/Service staff/Joint Staff experience.
  • Technical background to provide program management and analyses support to assist in the development of strategy, policy, plans and guidance related to a wide range of operational energy programs and initiatives.
  • High level of expertise and extensive working knowledge of DoD bulk fuels, fuel storage and distribution to support the management of the global fuel laydown for all Combatant Command areas of responsibility to inform policy and resourcing gaps in operational planning and execution; logistical supportability of operations; operational risk reduction; contingency base development and operations; air, sea, and land platform energy requirements; Inter and intra-theater fuel flows, capacity, distribution, and sources of energy supply and demand; the Joint deliberate planning process; institutionalizing lessons learned for future operations; and analysis of logistics, supply and other systems that may provide options for reducing theater energy demands.
  • Proven ability to support consistent and proactive oversight of relevant energy resilience and resourcing processes; identify gaps and opportunities relative to threats, vulnerabilities, and mitigation options; develop and cultivate partnerships to advance organizational priorities and mission.
  • Proficiency in producing relevant analytical products, policy, guidance and tools, meeting minutes, briefings, reports, Congressional testimony and responses to questions for the record and requests for information, legislative proposals, and analyses of technical and non-technical documents or other requirements necessary to support the management of the ODASD(E) Operational Energy Resilience programs and initiatives.
  • Experience in contingency basing; logistics; military operations and planning; experience in integrating basic utility and structure services in remote locations; strong written and verbal communication skills; knowledge of DOD organization and structure.
  • Current Top Secret (SCI Eligible) clearance.

EEO Statement

LMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer-all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin. 

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LMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. LMI is committed to the fair treatment of all and to our policy of providing applicants and employees with equal employment opportunities. LMI recruits, hires, trains, and promotes people without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other factors protected by applicable law.

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