Air Force Operational Energy Analyst - MEEP
Seeking a Program Analyst to support the Operational Energy office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force in a remote/hybrid position located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA.
In this role, you will act as the Mission Execution Excellence Program (MEEP) Liaison, a fuel efficiency incentivization program at the 62nd Airlift Wing.
- Serve as the main point of contact at the wing for all MEEP related activities and act as a Liaison to the AF Operational Energy Office.
- Coordinate with the MEEP Program Manager to ensure successful implementation.
- Advocate for program adoption and instruct Airmen on program principles.
- Coordinate focus groups, strategic engagement, and education/training integration at the wing.
- Partner with the Wing Innovation Cell to identify energy saving solutions and collaborate on opportunities to fund improved operational resources for Airmen.
- Facilitate data collection leveraging emerging IT solutions and support unit onboarding/education.
- Provide detailed updates to leadership and interested parties by participating in meetings/forums and coordinating, consolidating, developing and delivering/presenting associated meeting materials.
- Develop and assess aviation energy metrics to discover opportunities for energy savings measures.
- Incorporate feedback and lessons learned into the next iteration of the program.
- Typically requires a BA Degree with 8+ years of relevant experience or a Masters Degree with 6+ years of relevant experience. Experience in lieu of degree may be acceptable.
- Experience with Air Force Operations, either as an aviator or in a support role
- Strong communication skills
- Must be a US Citizen. Must be eligible to attain a security clearance, specifically DoD/Secret Clearance.
- Experience working in or with an Air Force Innovation Cell
- Experience with DoD acquisitions
Pay Range:Pay Range $84,500.00 - $130,000.00 - $175,500.00
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