USfalcon Program Analyst IV in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Location Colorado Job Description and Requirements: USfalcon, Inc.,recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in theUnited States, is seeking a Program Analyst IV to work in the ColoradoSprings, CO area.Summary:This position serves as command headquarters-level senior program analystplanning, organizing, and determining necessary policies, regulations,directives, programs, doctrine, and procedures for the establishment andmaintenance of assigned major command (MAJCOM) programs involving AirForce space operations.Requirements:- Master's degree from an accredited institution.- Ten (10) years of relevant operational space experience.Clearance Requirement:- Top Secret/SCI security clearance (SAP preferred). Preferred Qualifications: - Proficient in Microsoft Office applications(e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook).-Expert knowledge of a wide range of methods for the assessment andimprovement of critical command plans and programs for participating in or conducting major operations such as Space SituationalAwareness & Command and Control; Space Protection and associated mission and flight operations, tactical space life,deployment, mobilization, exercise, training systems, foreign military sales, Planning, Programming, & Budgeting System (PPBE) acquisition,special operations, or similar operations.-Knowledge of military command structure, missions, programs, andorganizational relationships and program goals and objectives, the sequence and timing of key operational events and milestones, and methodsof evaluating the effectiveness of planning actions as related to actual events.-Knowledge of the various command entities involved in overall planning andexecution of operations and evaluations.-Skill in designing and conducting comprehensive studies, and developingsolutions to broad, important, and severe command operational and contingency areas.-Ability to plan, organize, and develop studies or projects, and tonegotiate effectively with management to accept and implement recommendations, where the proposals involve substantial resources, andrequire extensive changes in established concepts and procedures. Duties: -Support the development of requirements for special studies andprogram integration. Review, analyze, assess and participate in special studies. Draft and coordinate special studies annexes.- Support HQ AFSPC efforts to develop capabilities requirements and produceand staff JCIDS products. Develop and staff JCIDS products including Initial Capabilities Documents (ICDs), CDD, and CapabilityProduction Documents (CPDs) IAW CJCSI 3170.01H and AFI 10-601.- Support the JCIDS process by developing Space Operations architectures,plans, and concepts; supporting requirements development for the acquisition, testing, fielding, operations, and disposal ofAFSPC programs; and assessing military effectiveness and utility of Space Operations PoRs, concepts and enterprise architectures. Thissupport will include but is not limited to drafting refining and maturing requirements, as well as conducting analysis which supportsjustifies these documents. Included but not limited to:o Space Operations functional, enabling and operating concept developmentsupporto Requirements trace from JCIDS products and MAJCOM clarification guidance tosystem level requirements and design documents.- Draft requirement strategies that establish the path and resources necessaryto advance through each phase of the acquisition. Address the capabilities required and identify the funding, schedule, testing,sustainment, interoperability, training, and intelligence elements.- Review and assess compliance with CDD/CPD requirements. Support &monitor DT to ensure results meet requirements.- Review and provide comments on the review of policy, strategies,doctrine, law, regulation, and authoritative CONOPS in the requirements development phase.- Support the requirements generation process. Organize, administer andat