Capabilities Development Analyst




AMSG is seeking a Senior Capabilities Development Analyst with Marine Corps subject matter expertise and the experience to lead a team of analysts and subject matter experts.

Current Openings

Location: Quantico, VA
Education: Bachelor's Degree

Experience: 10+ years
Clearance Requirements: Secret Security clearance is required

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General Description:

Provides technical support to the Marine Corp’s Force Protection Integration Division (FPID) and serves in the capacity of the overall Task Lead.

Specific Duties:

Provides program leadership and technical support to the FPID for the development of Marine Corps/Joint capabilities documents and support of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution PPBE process.

  • Functions as the Task Lead.
  • Leads a team of capabilities analysts and subject matter experts (SMEs) ensuring the successful execution of Force Protection equities within the Marine Corps and Joint capabilities development systems.
  • Performs a variety of complex analytical tasks associated with JUONS and JCIDS Documentation for Force Protection Systems.
  • Supports the Branch Heads and CIOs with preparation of documents such as Information Papers, White Papers, and stakeholder briefs.
  • Provide technical analysis of proposed systems and review doctrine for new Force Protection concepts and capabilities.
  • Works with stakeholders to solve capability requirements problems by supporting Integrated Product Teams (IPT).
  • Responds to taskers and tracks document routing and related actions.
  • Coordinate meetings and track subsequent action items.


  • Ability to lead a team of diverse SMEs and analysts.
  • Ability to interact daily with the Marine Corps customer in a dynamic, fast paced environment.
  • Knowledge of DOTMLPF analysis experience, JCIDS Capabilities documentation development, Universal Needs and Urgent Universal Needs (UNS/UUNS) statements.
  • Background in Marine Corps Operations, to include MAGTF operations and staff integration; experience with capabilities experience desired.
  • Former Action Officer at MCCDC or HQMC with knowledge of Marine Corps operations and staffing processes a definite plus.
  • Ability to work in fast-paced environment, multi-task, and prioritize requirements.
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral).