Senior Military Analyst (Army)

Washington, District of Columbia
Army Training & Leadership Development (ATLD)
Your Mission

The MASY Group is a growing Nunn Perry award-winning government service company providing intelligence analysis, educational services, and operational support to federal agencies like the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. We offer our team members a competitive salary as well as competitive benefits, such as 5% matching 401k with no vesting period, family leave, and Healthcare/Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts -- just to name a few!

MASY’s Army Training and Leader Development (ATLD) contract supports critical Army training programs. These initiatives include Collective Training, Mission Areas, Functional Area Assessments, and the Army School System. ATLD also monitors the execution of Combatant Commander Exercise Engagement funds supporting Army participation in approximately 70 Joint exercises per year. 

Your contributions will directly contribute to crucial coordination and training needs with respect to all foreign language training conducted under the aegis of the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) and Director of Training, Army G-3/5/7.

Your Responsibilities

• Prepare and brief the Army Senior Language Authority (SLA) and Deputy on foreign language training issues in preparation for Congressional presentations, testimonies, and other key stakeholder meetings
• Coordinate Structure and Manning Decision Review (SMDR) processes 
• Draft, staff, review, and manage all foreign language training related regulations, policies, procedures, doctrinal documents, and field manuals

Your Qualifications

• 10+ years of experience working on the Army Staff, Army Commands, or Joint Staff
• Bachelor’s degree
• Experience working with Army training and senior leadership preferred
• Secret Clearance REQUIRED
Compensation: Competitive and commensurate with professional and educational experience

Benefits: Extremely competitive

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