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POST DATE 9/10/2016
END DATE 10/16/2016

Cubic Corporation Pearl Harbor, HI

Company
Cubic Corporation
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
REQ#2845
AJE Ref #
576131540
Location
Pearl Harbor, HI
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular

JOB DESCRIPTION

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COMPANY:

3001 Cubic Global Defense, Inc.

COMPANY DETAILS:

This position provides planning, curriculum development, education and training program implementation, advice and counsel, liaison, and program expertise. Program activities will include multinational and bilateral conferences, workshops, and exercises. Develops and reviews Disaster Management Humanitarian Assistance (DMHA) training and education programs. Assists foreign partners in developing, coordinating, producing and implementing disaster management programs. Works with higher Headquarters staff elements for the development of plans involving Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR).

JOB DETAILS:

Essential Duties and responsibilities

* Writes appropriate HADR response for exercises and real-world crisis response.

* Plans long-range and multi-year Center for Excellence (CFE) programs designed to support the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Combatant Command (COCOM) objectives and goals.

* Plans and coordinates HA/DR assessments and management studies; develops study objectives and plan of action & milestones; conducts follow-ups; and, briefs results to CFE leadership.

* Coordinates HA/DR planning with various civil-military entities to include United States Pacific Command (USPACOM) and component headquarters staff, International Organizations (IOs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), U.S. Embassy Country Teams, and other U.S. Government agencies.

* Translates program plans into specific objectives and recommends priorities for allocation of resources based on economic conditions, to include change in legislation authority or approved funding levels.

* Identifies education and training needs with allies and partners and other military and civilian organizations.

* Plans, coordinates, and implements up to 10 training events per year including two Train the Trainer courses to expand existing pool of qualified DMHA instructors for CFE and its collaborating partners. Training events will include the Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP), Humanitarian Assistance Response Training (HART), and other courses as required.

* Assists in the planning, coordination and execution of up to eight USPACOM joint military exercises per year.

* Provides disaster management and humanitarian assistance planning and operational support to CFE and USPACOM.

* Supports USPACOM theater campaign planning process and assist in development of theater campaign order.

* Provides expert advice to U.S. and foreign civilian and military partners on disaster preparedness, disaster response, humanitarian assistance, consequence management, infectious disease and other health emergencies.

* Captures lessons learned, course evaluations, and after action review outputs for use in CFE information repository.

* Attends international or local conferences in support of CFE Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance mission.

* Provides workshop support and facilitate bilateral and multilateral workshops.

Minimum Job Requirements

* Writes appropriate HADR response for exercises and real-world crisis response.

* Plans long-range and multi-year Center for Excellence (CFE) programs designed to support the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and Combatant Command (COCOM) objectives and goals.

* Plans and coordinates HA/DR assessments and management studies; develops study objectives and plan of action & milestones; conducts follow-ups; and, briefs results to CFE leadership.

* Coordinates HA/DR planning with various civil-military entities to include United States Pacific Command (USPACOM) and component headquarters staff, International Organizations (IOs), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), U.S. Embassy Country Teams, and other U.S. Government agencies.

* Translates program plans into specific objectives and recommends priorities for allocation of resources based on economic conditions, to include change in legislation authority or approved funding levels.

* Identifies education and training needs with allies and partners and other military and civilian organizations.

* Plans, coordinates, and implements up to 10 training events per year including two Train the Trainer courses to expand existing pool of qualified DMHA instructors for CFE and its collaborating partners. Training events will include the Health Emergencies in Large Populations (HELP), Humanitarian Assistance Response Training (HART), and other courses as required.

* Assists in the planning, coordination and execution of up to eight USPACOM joint military exercises per year.

* Provides disaster management and humanitarian assistance planning and operational support to CFE and USPACOM.

* Supports USPACOM theater campaign planning process and assist in development of theater campaign order.

* Provides expert advice to U.S. and foreign civilian and military partners on disaster preparedness, disaster response, humanitarian assistance, consequence management, infectious disease and other health emergencies.

* Captures lessons learned, course evaluations, and after action review outputs for use in CFE information repository.

* Attends international or local conferences in support of CFE Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance mission.

* Provides workshop support and facilitate bilateral and multilateral workshops.