Operations AnalystSeoul, Seoul
1. Accountabilities (mandatory)
1.1 Basic Analyst Role
First and foremost an Operations Analyst is responsible for carrying out PW-I Korea Analysis team’s role of providing advanced concepts analysis and decision support. Currently PW-I Korea is focused on the areas of:
- Simulation-based military operations and advanced concepts analysis focusing on military technology and systems studies in a network enabled, System of Systems (SoS) context, and
- General decision support through employing ORMS techniques such as M&S to provide qualitative and quantitative insights to enable superior business and other types of decision-making.
In addition, the Operations Analyst is expected to undertake a number of generic support roles within PW-I Korea including:
- Conducting PW-I Korea and task specific briefs to Boeing staff (primarily Boeing Business Development) and other external customers.
- Attending external events such as conferences and trade shows to represent PW-I Korea in areas of domain expertise
1.2 Domain Related Operational Assessment
All analysts are accountable to the Operations Analysis Leader for the successful provision of domain specific operational assessments to support a range of internal and external customers. Operational assessment is the core role of all analysts in PW-I Korea team independent of the analyst’s domain. This role requires the Operations Analyst to employ their particular skill set to the assigned problem within PW-I Korea analysis process framework. The basic PW-I Korea analysis process requires analysts to undertake:
- Problem identification, definition and requirements elicitation;
- Collect and validate the associated data;
- Represent / model the problem and validate the performance of the model;
- Generate and analysing the results;
- Communicate the findings; and
- Where appropriate assisting in solution implementation.
Execution of this core role spans the conduct of basic qualitative type reporting and assessment, to the use of the more advanced PW-I Korea tools available to solve difficult quantitative and conceptually challenging problems. Larger, more complex problems often involve multiple members of the team working together, with each team member contributing their skills where and when required to produce a sound team outcome. As such, analysts are expected to be the domain experts in their recognised professional areas and thus contribute the domain component to each analysis.
1.3 Operational Domain - Specific Accountabilities and Roles
Individual analysts will generally cover one of the listed operational domain specific roles as their prime focus, but will likely have skills and experience in several of the listed operational domain areas. This job description lists the possible operational domain roles associated with the current Portal vision.
- Military Land Domain
- Military Air Domain
- Military Naval Domain
- Military Joint Domain
- Communications / Network Domain
1.4 Analytical Domain - Specific Accountabilities and Roles
Fusing operational domain skills with analysis domain skills is what makes PW-I Korea operations analyst most useful. PW-I Korea requires analysts with highly useful and applicable combinations of operational domain expertise and the ability to apply these skills in conjunction with sound analytical technique. Analysis domain areas required by PW-I Korea will periodically evolve in conjunction with how AMSE Centre is tasked to support the business, but currently cover:
- Cost and Financial Analysis
- Risk Analysis
- First Order Logistics Analysis
- Business Analysis
- Data and Performance Validation
2. Key relationships (as appropriate)
- Reports to, and works closely with the Facility Director
- Works closely with other PW-I Korea Analysis Team members during analysis tasks
- Works closely with PW-I Korea Technical Team to provide requirements guidance during solution development and implementation
- Works closely with customers as required to determine detailed requirements during a project
- Liases with Boeing US, UK and Australian counterparts as required in areas relating to domain expertise
- Liases with Boeing Korea domain experts
3. selection criteria (mandatory)
- Tertiary or other qualifications that permit sound and relevant analysis in the analyst’s domain area.
- Possession of or willingness to obtain a formal certification in the ORMS field.
- For military domain experts:
- At least two years full-time service in the Defence Forces, including operational experience or current and ongoing relevant service in the Reserve forces.
- Relevant Defence Force training and experience that permits:
- Detailed understanding of their military domain area in the Korea area of interest, including UK’s capabilities;
- Comprehensive understanding of the wider Defence Forces order of battle, equipment and platform capabilities, tactics and doctrine in their domain area;
- Detailed understanding of regional countries military tactics, doctrine and order’s of battle;
- Detailed understanding of Defence decision support processes, mission planning, intelligence support and the staff planning system as it relates to their domain area.
- For communications domain experts:
- Relevant experience in communications network architectures and engineering; and
- Relevant knowledge of devices and systems associated with data and voice communications networks.
- A self-starter who consistently demonstrates natural motivation to undertake further learning and self-directed improvement to grow their analytical and problem solving skills in an intellectually challenging, project driven and often unstructured Research and Development (R&D) environment.
- The ability to analyse, problem solve and develop objective, efficient and innovative solutions to customer requirements.
- Above average written and oral communications skills.
- Confident ability to take a leadership role and work well in a small, highly motivated and competitive team environment.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a Defence security clearance.
- Must be committed to continuous improvement of PW-I Korea capabilities by challenging existing operational concepts and processes.
- Experience in, or knowledge of, quantitative analysis, problem solving and decision support disciplines including;
- Modelling and simulation as an operations research problem solving technique in their domain area.
- Application of quantitative analysis techniques and software e.g. Excel™
- War gaming and concept exploration and its supporting simulation technologies.
- Possess, or be completing studies in operations research or a similar analytical discipline.
- Experience in military communications systems, architectures, networks and network centric operations.
- User Level Unix and Windows experience
- Work experience with Agency for Defence Development (ADD) and local companies as a project manager for conducting R&D projects will be preferred.
Fixed Term (Fixed Term)
Contingent Upon Program Award
No, this position is not contingent upon program award
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