MILDEC Strategic Communications Planner

Job Locations AF-Kabul
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 7 months ago(12/28/2019 8:11 AM)
Location : Location
Clearance Requirement
Top Secret/SCI
Job Requires Relocation


SOSi is seeking a MILDEC Strategic Communications Planner (SC) Planner for a full-time position supporting our United States Government (USG) customer.  The MILDEC SC Planner serves as a civilian counterpart to senior military personnel to plan for, develop and execute strategic communications plans.  This position reports to the Senior Strategic Communications Planner. 


• Serves as a planner and advisor to U.S. and Coalition MISO and IO Officers

• Assists in long term and short term planning of MISO and IO that support USG strategic objectives

• Provides research and insight to support target audience analysis and product development

• Incorporates assessments in MISO process

• Produces Operation Plans (OPLANs), Operation Orders (OPORDs), Fragmentation Orders (FRAGOs), white papers, and other military documents as required

• Prepares and presents briefs for senior USG and military officials, and Afghan Government leaders. Work products must be of General Officer or Senior Executive level quality


  • Active TOP SECRET w/ SCI eligibility  

  • Must possess a minimum 5 years of experience working in Strategic Communications, Information Operations, or PSYOP disciplines with the U.S. military and have held the rank or equivalent of O-3/GS-12 OR minimum of 10 years of experience and have held the rank/grade or equivalent of E-7/GS-9

  • Three (3) years of qualifying experience must be in MILDEC

  • Must have an understanding of MILDEC processes and authorities, the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP), and the Joint Operational Planning Process (JOPP). 

  • Possess a strong understanding of the culture, history, and geography of Afghanistan

  • Current or previous support to the USCENTCOM AOR desired

  • Must have working proficiency in Microsoft Office Power Point, Excel, and Word

  • Ability to work cooperatively with the U.S. military, other U.S. governmental agencies, and their counterparts from the international community represented in Afghanistan

  • Organize and properly prioritize work assignments and function well in an environment that requires constant multi-tasking - and often long hours

  • Excellent written, oral, briefing, interpersonal and technical skills


  • Fluency in foreign language

Working Conditions


  • Willing to live and work in Afghanistan in shared living quarters and function effectively in a region designated as a hazardous duty area. 

  • Travel outside secure compounds independent of Coalition Forces, as required  



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