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The position will be providing SETA support to the naval S&T enterprise through the Office of Naval Research (ONR). The candidate will be required to provide S&T technical, analysis, and management expertise capable of supporting human performance and immersive training mission areas for the Naval Expeditionary and Irregular Warfare. The primary tenants of the mission are to:
The projects managed by ONR are commonly of national significance with potentially strategic impacts for U.S. and coalition forces and are critical to ensuring the success of our Naval Expeditionary forces in the battle space of the future. Because of the nature of the tasks performed under this task order, a special awareness of military protocol, operational utility, emerging technology, and program management are required. Tasks require strategic collaboration at senior levels among military, governmental, industrial and academic communities in order to ensure maximum practical return on investment.
The candidate must possess demonstrated expertise in areas related to social, human behavioral or human performance sciences and a demonstrated ability to provide scientific assessment of S&T programs. The candidate shall possess a Master’s Degree, or higher, in a scientific field and possess at least 10 years of relevant experience, including at least 5 years of experience specific to the areas of human and social behavioral modeling analysis/assessment, and/or human performance and training assessment.
Candidate shall be in possession of, or eligible for, a SECRET level security clearance at time of hire.
The candidate shall provide qualified technical expertise, in support of Naval S&T requirements and strategy development; S&T program planning, management, execution, test & evaluation, and demonstration; and S&T knowledge dissemination. Primary tasking will to support the ONR Program Officers to develop and execute strategies that support basic and applied research of new, emerging, and developing Expeditionary Concepts, and subsequent evaluation of research results relative to projected operational requirements of future maneuver warfare for the purpose of identifying S&T gaps, opportunities and new technology solution approaches.
Membership or experience working with the following organizations is desirable: Simulation Interoperability and Standards Organization, IEEE, ACM, ISMAR, etc.
The candidate should have demonstrated experience in some or all of the following:
-Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS)
-High Level Architecture (HLA)
-Live, Virtual, Constructive (LVC) Simulation
-Joint Semi-Automated Forces (JSF)