GLC is accepting candidates for LREC Incentives and Proficiency Data Analysts. This program provides support for LREC program management and measurement, test data analysis, incentives tracking and processing, training facility management, training curricula development, materials support, and instruction.
- The Analyst will support the database and Foreign Language Proficiency Bonus (FLPB) task, this includes input and query the Special Operations Foreign Language Office (SOFLO) database in order to assess and analyze language training database statistics; thereby enhancing the effectiveness of the unit Language Training Program.
- The Analyst will collect and synchronize all data and databases from subordinate units for the purpose of conducting consolidated analysis and compiling required reports.
- The Analyst will manage the FLPB Program for the unit, IAW Service and organizational policy.
- The Analyst will develop new and improve current procedures as needed.
- The Analyst shall be responsible for managing all paperwork and procedures to assist the unit change Control Languages for applicable SOF personnel through Service processes.
- High school graduate or possess a GED
- at least 2-years experience working on military pay or personnel issues
- Proficient in the use all current Microsoft Office applications and SharePoint
- Experience performing Responsibilities listed above
- Experience with or demonstrated ability to rapidly learn Defense Joint Military Pay System (DJMS), Interactive Personnel, Electronic Records Management System ( IPERMS), Electronic military Personnel Office (E-MILPO), Enlisted Distribution & Assignment System (EDAS), WEB-Based Defense Milpay Office (DMO), Total Officer Personnel Management Information System (TOPMIS), Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC), SOCOM local area networks
- Experience utilizing Special Operations Foreign Language Office Database to track and manage all Foreign Language Proficiency Bonus.
- Experience/Familiarity with analyzing unit turnover rates and reporting on its effects on training proficiency, unit capability, and language training programs and brief these results to Brigade and Battalion commanders