Protection Analyst (Emergency Planner)

Oahu, Hawaii

Job ID: 4825

CALIBRE Systems, Inc., an Employee-Owned Management Consulting and Digital Transformation company, is seeking a Protection Analyst (Emergency Planner) at Marine Forces Pacific, Camp Smith, Hawaii


Tasks include:


o   Provide subject matter expertise for the development, update, and refinement of Emergency Management policy in order to enhance the protection of personnel, equipment, activities, and facilities at all levels and ensure operational readiness is maintained and preserved in an all-hazards environment. The contractor will provide comprehensive and effective defense crisis management capability, coordinated among components, to develop and execute options to prevent, mitigate, or respond to a crisis under all circumstances. 


·        DAILY TASKS

o   Provide oversight and advocacy for Emergency Management capability requirements for two Marine Expeditionary Forces (MEFs), and Marine Corps Installations Pacific (MCIPAC) Installations supporting U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Navy and U.S. Army functional component requirements during competition and contingency planning and operations.

o   Serve as the MARFORPAC Staff SME for the oversight of the MARFORPAC Continuity of Operations (COOP) program. The contractor will serve as the MARFORPAC SME for USMC the synchronization of USMC requirements and capabilities in support of both USARPAC Defense Support to Civil Authorities (DSCA) plans and exercises, and Hawaii Emergency Management Agency planning activities.

o   Serve as the command System Administrator for the Mass Notification System (AdHoc) used within this HQTRS. (Deliverable: Ad Hoc System Administration)


o   Provide a report of the status of all tasks that have been assigned/performed outlining the Contractor’s progress and any issues related to outstanding tasks. (Deliverable: Weekly Task Status Update)

o   Provide subject matter expertise into Commanders planning activities via INDOPACOM, Service HQTRS, USARPAC, Host Nation, State, and Territory, meetings as assigned.

o   Identify and manage the broad range of emergency management concepts and functions as well as coordinate and integrate activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against threatened or actual natural and man-made all-hazard incidents that threaten life, property, and operations.

o   Serve as the MARFORPAC Commander’s single SME for FMF and SE Emergency Management Operations.

o   Ensure coordination, synchronization, and integration of individual protection-related programs in support of MARFORPAC Emergency Management requirements.


o   Responsible for MARFORPAC Emergency Management planning, and coordination with appropriate agencies for response.

o   Provide subject matter expertise on Emergency Management Operations Center (EOC) operations in accordance with Host Nation, State, and Territory emergency response organizations.

o   Responsible for the provision of subject matter expertise into INDOPACOM and MARFORPAC, and Service policy. (Deliverable: Provide Policy)

o   Coordinate and integrate capabilities needed to build, sustain, and improve the ability of MARFORPAC Forces, and MCIPAC Installations to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate against hostile acts or natural hazards. (Deliverable: Provide Plans)

o   Support combatant Commander’s requirements and integrate EM capabilities to the extent permitted by the U.S. Department of State, Host Nation, CCDR, Joint, and service guidance.

o   Provide USMC Emergency Management manpower, training, and equipment analysis via the Institutional Readiness process in support of COMMARFORPAC’s Mission Essential task, OP-6.  (Deliverable: Provide analysis and assessment)

o   Support Operational Planning Teams, and other work groups as requested/required.


o   Coordinate MARFORPAC’s Emergency Management program issues requirements with INDOPACOM, HQMC, I MEF, III MEF, MCIPAC, and civilian authorities as appropriate.

o   Support service appropriate CCDRs and service HQTRS in developing, coordinating, integrating, and synchronizing guidance, policies, strategies, concepts, doctrine, orders, specific programs, and performance metrics related to cross-domain and cross-functional EM issues.

o   Serve as the MARFORPAC liaison to USARPAC for USMC Emergency Management and response capability requirements for Defense Support to Civil Authorities (DSCA) events and for both Crisis and Contingency events planning/execution.

o   Provide comprehensive exercise planning support to include development of Road to Crisis and Master Scenario Event List (MSEL) injects designed to test Emergency Management functions and program requirements.


o   Responsible for the provision and prioritization of emergency management response capabilities requirements into PACOM Integrated Priority List (IPL) as well as Service funding venues.

o   Monitor program funding and obligation during all stages of the funding process for all budget proposals that ensures budget requirements, comply with governance standards and relevant directives.

·        ADHOC TASKS

o   Provide Emergency Management subject matter expert during exercise, rehearsal, and/or during crisis and/or contingency when COMMARFORPAC has OPCON of MCIPAC Installations.

o   Responsible for the provision of USMC Emergency Management capability subject matter input into MARFORPAC OPLAN/CONPLANs. (Deliverable: Provide EM input in to OPLAN/CONPLANs)

o   Provide Emergency Management subject matter expertise into Risk Assessments necessary for protection operations.

o   Produce meeting minutes for meetings relevant to MARFORPAC plans and operations (Deliverable: Meeting Minutes).

o   Trip Reports. Performance Objective: Ensure the Government is informed about new developments that the Contractor observes while on official travel. (Deliverable: Trip Reports).

Required Skills

·        Desired Personnel Requirements:

o   U.S. Citizen

o   Thorough understanding of Marine Corps Planning Process and the Research, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation (RPIE) public planning process.

o   Thorough understanding of C2IE, a DoD system of record for strategic OAI management.

o   Five to 10 years of experience with USMC MAGTF Planning.

o   In-depth knowledge of operational planning, communication synchronization, service and joint doctrine, and Marine Corps componency issues.

o   Advanced proficiency with using Microsoft applications such as Excel, Teams, Words, Power Point.

o   Favorably adjudicated TS/SCI Security Clearance

o   Strong verbal, written, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills

o   Must be able to travel.

o   Prior Service as a active duty Marine or Sister Service

o   Career Level School and Command and Staff College Graduate

·        Minimum Personnel Requirements:

o   Over 10 years of experience and a MA/MS degree. (12 years' work experience may be substituted for a Master's Degree. Bachelor's Degree plus 8 years' work experience may be substituted for a Master's Degree.)

o   Ability to work on high visibility or mission critical aspects of a given program and performs all functional duties independently.

required Experience

·        Core Skills and Competencies:

o   Strong communication and presentation skills. 

o   Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel, Teams, Word, PowerPoint., etc.

o   Strong analytical and problem solving-skills.

o   Excellent organizational, planning and prioritization skills.

o   Expected to perform independently and exercise good judgement.

·        Working Conditions:

o   Travel may be required.

o   Required to sit for extended periods of time and maintain focus.

o   Qualification as an authorized company driver is required.

o   All authorized company drivers must have a valid driver’s license, current automobile. insurance, and a driving record that is acceptable to the company’s auto insurance provider.

·        Security Clearance:

o   Active Top-Secret Clearance (SCI) Eligible

CALIBRE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status. For our EEO Policy statement, please click here. If you would like more information on your EEO rights under the law, please click here.

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