Fiscal, Budgetary, and Resource Management Analyst
Apogee Solutions – Doral, FL
Fiscal/Budgetary/Resource Management Analyst
Apogee Solutions, a Woman Owned Small Business, is seeking qualified professionals to support the command fiscal officers in fiscal/budgetary and resource management oversight of Defense Security Cooperation Agency resources that are provided to Commander MARFORSOUTH to conduct training activities under U.S. Code Title 10 section 333 authorities.
- Participate in MARFORSOUTH contingency, crisis and exercise operational planning teams (OPT).
- Review and provide recommendation for SOUTHCOM and Marine Corps taskers (MCATS/DON Tracker, SOUTHCOM Tasker system).
- Assist MARFORSOUTH staff in Marine Corps and SOUTHCOM planning conferences (e.g. Force Synch Conference) by gathering information to facilitate planning.
- Provide input to the development of resourcing strategies, plans, and policies concerning in-theater training and initiatives; provide technical input pertaining to the development of the 333 project submissions, provide formulation, development, and maintenance support of MARFORSOUTH resource issues in USSOUTHCOM Integrated Priority List; and support development and maintenance of various Title 10 resource documentation requirements.
- Assist the G3 in the oversight of Global Force Management Systems to include the Global Theatre Security Cooperation Management Information System (G-TSCMIS), Joint Capabilities Requirements Manager (JCRM), the Training and Exercise Execution Plan (TEEP), and the Command Calendar to ensure accuracy and alignment to Marine Forces South s engagement plans.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- SOUTHCOM AOR experience preferred
- Graduate of USMC Command & Staff College or equivalent preferred
- Experience planning at the Combatant Command level preferred
- MARFOR experience preferred
- Working knowledge and understanding of Global Force Management (GFM) and the Joint Requirements Capability Management system preferred
- Working knowledge and understanding of 10 U.S. Chapter 16 Security Cooperation preferred
- Working knowledge and understanding of 10 U.S. Code Section 333 - Foreign security forces: authority to build capacity process preferred
- Working knowledge and understanding of Global Theater Security Cooperation Information Management System and USSOUTHCOM Theater Engagement Dashboard preferred
- The ability to create products and presentations that communicate ideas effectively and concisely
- Current U.S. Secret Security Clearance.
- A valid US driver s license.
- A valid US passport.
- Country visa (as required in line with the U.S. Department of State Foreign Clearance Guide)