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Our Client

Our client is a global and internationally acclaimed Management Consulting firm that is working on a large number of private and public-sector projects in the Middle East. This firm has an excellent client base and has solid experience in working on large-scale projects in the GCC.


We are looking to place a Doctrine Writer to provide expert advice to the Team with regards to education and training doctrines. This role is based a GCC country and is a one-year contract with the possibility of extension.


  • Provide expert Doctrine advice to the client’s team while encompassing Single and Joint Service Doctrines.
  • Advice will need to cover:
    • Doctrine requirements
    • Doctrine design and development
    • Doctrine integration – especially for undergoing transformation.
  • In addition to providing high-level advice, the individual selected will be expected to write Single Service and Joint Doctrine, based upon an understanding of both existing models and an analysis of global benchmarks.
  • Synthesize and explain complicated information in an understandable manner to others with less experience.

Profile & Background

  • Minimum 15 years military experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field.
  • Expert understanding of Armed Forces Doctrine hierarchy, Doctrine development process, role of modelling and simulation in Doctrine development.
  • Detailed understanding and experience in writing Armed Forces, Single and Joint Service Doctrine.
  • Expert understating of the interrelationships and interdependencies between various government entities as they relate to Doctrine.
  • Previous experience as a Section or Departmental Head in a Doctrine or Capability Development Center.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent English communication skills, while Arabic is a plus.


  • 1-year contract with a possibility of extension.
  • Highly competitive package.

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