Jobs: Lessons Learned Professional

The position is with Macaulay-Brown at Barksdale AFB in AFGSC.  If you’re interested, send me your resume and contact information via my email  and I’ll get it to the site lead.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.


Here’s the description:


1.5.1  Lessons Learned: The contractor shall provide personnel with the knowledge, skills, and abilities/qualification to accomplish the tasks specified in this PWS in the technical environment described below.  (A001, A002, A003, A005, A009)  Assist the integration of AFGSC-wide activities for the AF Lessons Learned Program.  Assist policy development to be implemented throughout AFGSC.  Assist development of goals and objectives to align Headquarters AF, AFGSC, 8AF, 20AF, and AFGSC Wing level lessons learned activities in accordance with AFI 90-1601, the Air Force Lessons Learned Program.  Identify and maintain lessons learned submissions and issues to be incorporated into key AF processes that influence improvements to DOTMLPF (Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership, Personnel, and Facilities) and resource investment decisions.  Draft summaries of lessons learned activities that are presented to senior leadership, pushed to key functional offices, and posted to knowledge management databases.  Plan and host General Officer level meetings to present and discuss operational and strategic level lessons learned.  Assist development of solutions to eliminate work problems or barriers to mission accomplishment, balance workload and assist in providing overall direction and vision to other offices regarding the AF Lessons Learned Program and perform as an action officer at HQ AFGSC.  Assist AFGSC/A9 to collect, identify, track, integrate, and disseminate lessons learned and related issues from AEF operations, contingencies, and exercises.  The contractor shall coordinate with OPRs and monitor status of related projects, lead working groups in the assessment of lessons learned and facilitate the incorporation of solutions.  Provide the expertise to conduct research as necessary to support briefings and papers, answer requests for information, and produce analytical summaries for publication.  Prepare senior level staff briefings; prepare regular staff packages and respond to short notice tasks for papers and/or briefings.  Assist with development of media and content for conferences.  Provide the expertise to support the organization at various meetings. .


1.5.12  The contractor shall coordinate with HAF, NAF, and other representatives to discuss/resolve lessons learned processes and other issues of common interest, provide results of studies, analyses, and evaluations to counterpart agencies to share experiences and resolve controversial matters, promote interchange of information on requirements, capabilities, deficiencies, and technology applications in the area of specialization, provide the expertise to support the planning and scheduling of work for accomplishment by augmentees, recommend and review short‑term priorities and prepare schedules based on consideration of difficulty of requirement.





2.1  Personnel Qualifications: The contractor shall provide personnel with the necessary training, qualifications, and clearances to accomplish all requirements identified in this PWS.  In the event of contractor turnover of employees, qualification summaries shall be submitted through the Contracting Officer for verification of personnel skill sets.  The following paragraphs list the general qualifications for the skill sets described in paragraphs 1.5.1 and 1.5.2 as well as specific qualifications for the skill sets described in 1.5.1 and 1.5.2.   (A001, A002, A003, A005, A009)


2.1.1 General Knowledge Skills and Abilities

a)         Knowledge of a wide range of global strike concepts, principles, and practices relating to area of specialization.


b)        Knowledge of common budgetary practices, procedures, regulations, precedents, and guidelines.


c)         Knowledge of safety and security regulations, practices, and procedures.


d)        Skill in written and oral communications to explain, justify, and clearly present ideas and findings of a variety of issues in a logical manner; also prepare presentations, analysis, and clear/concise reports complicated by short deadlines and limited information.


e)         Ability to communicate with decision makers and their immediate staffs as well as specialists, experts, and professionals in the same or related fields.


f)         Ability to participate in study teams; originate new ideas, projects, and methodologies; and execute projects and/or studies within established financial and/or time constraints.

g)         Ability to use Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access)

h)        Ability to develop and utilize data collection techniques to conduct statistically sound analysis and data presentation.


2.1.2 Specific Knowledge Skills and Abilities required for the skill sets in Paragraph 1.5.1

a)         Experience in Air Force Aircraft Maintenance, Missile Maintenance, Civil Engineering or Communications career-field.


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