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POSITION: Management Consultant
LOCATION: Multiple (see below)
POSITION TYPE: Full-Time/Exempt
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret
EXPECTED TRAVEL: Up to 20%
CONTACT: recruiting@mayvin3.com

About the Client: The Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) is a major subordinate organization of the Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. CALL is the Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) organization designated in AR 11-33 as the Army agent for collection, analysis, integration, and dissemination of lessons for the Army. There are multiple vacancies in support of CALL's Counter-IED (C-IED) efforts and each vacancy is located within the CALL Observer Detachment office on the following installations:
  • Fort Leavenworth, KS
  • Fort Polk, LA
  • Fort Irwin, CA
  • Fort McCoy, WI
  • Camp Shelby, MS
  • Camp Atterbury, IN
  • Fort Dix, NJ
  • Fort Hood, TX
  • Fort Bliss, TX
  • Fort Lewis, WA
Position Description: Management Consultant
The Mayvin Consulting Group has a requirement for a Management Consultant to provide direct support to the CALL on site at the assigned Observer Detachment office. General responsibilities include: collection, analysis, dissemination and integration, and administrative support relative to relevant, pertinent and timely information concerning C-IED tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) and observations, insights and lessons. This is a key program for the Department of the Army and requires an individual that is highly knowledgeable of the tactical and operational underpinnings of a U.S. Army platoon, company, battalion, and brigade organization.

Key Duties:
  • Monitor tactical unit/theater headquarters websites, military blogs, file transfer sites, on-line reports, and other web-based sources of friendly forces deployed in the current operational environment (OIF and OEF) for C-IED information
  • Identify and analyze Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures and develop observations, insights, and lessons learned as pertaining to C-IED operations Catalogue observations, insights, and lessons learned into the CALL data base
  • Provide expertise for the answering of requests for information (RFI) and other queries for information addressed to CALL relating to C-IED operations
  • Prepare written reports as required that document RFIs submitted by MACOMs or Combatant Commanders; reports could include information describing enemy tactics for IEDs and/or U.S. Forces countermeasures
  • Serve as the CALL liaison with the assigned Combined Training Center Operations Group, in support of C-IED training
  • Participate in synchronization meetings and provide updates and status reports to client chain of command
Required Skills/Experience:
  • Solid understanding of current issues concerning the threat to U.S. and Joint Forces represented by IEDs, their different forms, and the specific threat each form poses; as well as the relationship of the IED support network (persons, material, knowledge, and funding) to the enemy’s capability to attack with IEDs
  • Ability to think critically on current perspectives regarding procedures currently used by US and Joint Forces for the C-IED and draw reasoned observations about which procedures are most successful, and how they relate to Soldiers and units in the field or in training
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Excellent quantitative and analytic skills Proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Preferred Skills/Experience:
  • Operational or combat experience while performing duties relating to applied technologies both active and passive in support of OIF, OEF, or other theater of operation where U.S. Forces are deployed
  • BA/BS in related field