RGS, a USfalcon company is seeking a Action Officer. The Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) headquarters staff at the Pentagon supports the warfighter by setting requirements, budgeting resources, and managing programs for many different Navy programs. The Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), Undersea Warfare Division (N97) is responsible for coordinating overall policy for undersea force planning, programming, and budgeting, and is the source of undersea warfare expertise for developing platform, payload volume, payload, people and posture requirements for the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Warfare Systems (N9). The Division is responsible for providing expert advocacy for undersea warfare related research and development, acoustic and non-acoustic submarine security, undersea warfare capability development, integrated undersea surveillance systems, submarine force structure, and oversight of undersea force program execution. The Division is responsible for the maintenance and implementation of the Integrated Undersea Future Investment Strategy which defines the technology and force structure way ahead for the undersea forces and undersea warfare systems.
The Candidate shall provide Action Officer/Requirement Officer support to N972, the Tactical Submarine Branch of N97. This branch’s responsibilities include In-Service Submarine Maintenance for all Submarine Classes, VIRGINIA Payload Module (VPM), NMMES/NMMES-TR, Acoustic Superiority, Submarine Advanced Development, Submarine Acoustic Systems, Submarine Combat Systems, Submarine Imaging Systems Submarine Electronic Warfare Systems, Submarine Missile Systems and Submarine Navigation Systems. Included with these programs and their respective requirements documents are commonly the entire DOTMLPF-P, in coordination with other N97 branches.
Clearance: DOD Top Secret