UIC Government Services and the Bowhead Family of Companies USAF Squadron Ops Support in Tyndall AFB, Florida
Tracking Code ASOS-20-0496-W
Job Code 20-0496
Posting Title USAF Squadron Ops Support
Post Date 3/25/2020
Full Time / Part-Time Full Time
City Tyndall AFB
Description USAF Squadron Ops Support - (ASOS-20-0496-W):
Bowhead is seeking fulltime personnel for the 43rd Fighter Squadron (FS), 2nd Fighter Training Squadron, 53rd Training Support Squadron and 83rd Fighter Weapons Squadron, Tyndall AFB, Florida. We are accepting applications for the following positions:
• 2 Training Managers
• 2 Standardization & Evaluations Managers
• 1 SCIF Security Managers
• 2 Unit Deployment Managers
• 3 Unit Program Coordinators
Individuals will assist the 43rd Fighter Squadron (FS), 2nd Fighter Training Squadron, 53rd Training Support Squadron and 83rd Fighter Weapons Squadron to meet operational readiness and sustain in-place forces to fulfill worldwide Combatant Commander (COCOM)
missions. The focus will be to support additional duties traditionally accomplished by squadron aircrew. This is a contingent requirement.
Essential functions for each position include:
• Training Managers will manage/coordinate all training aspects within the squadron, to include certification programs, currency and upgrade training.
• Stan/Eval Managers will maintain accountability/control of testing materials, update Stan/Eval data in PEX (or local proprietary management system), review and update student-permanent party records/folders, monitor testing, evaluations and training requirements
and generate reports/forms/ correspondence.
• SCIF Security Managers will assist Program Security Manager in developing and implementing security policies, plans, and procedures (such as SOPs, system security, program test, and OPSEC plans) for all personnel and facilities that support advanced or special
programs and provide direct oversight of all vault activities for the squadron.
• Unit Deployment Managers (UDM) will manage all aspects of the squadron mobility office/infrastructure to include individual and squadron training, preparing individuals/ equipment for deployment, processing of individuals/equipment for deployment, maintain
LOGMOD databases and coordination with wing level offices on deployment issues.
• Unit Programs Coordinators (UPC) will Serve as the primary point of contact to the squadron commander/director for administrative support programs such as task management, health care program, fitness program, safety program, Automated Data Processing Equipment
(ADPE) accounts, security program, supply program, civilian timecard program.
• Two (2) years of experience working in a Squadron, Group or Wing Training Program; or five (5) years of experience working in a DoD Flying Squadron, Group, or Wing Training Program.
• Two (2) years of experience working with PEX (4.2.1) / TACTICS (4.2.2) or similar proprietary scheduling program.
• Two (2) years of experience working with Microsoft Office Suite
• Secret Security Clearance
• Two (2) years of experience working in a Squadron, Group, or Wing Standardization and Evaluation Program; or five (5) years of experience working in a DoD Flying Squadron, Group, or Wing Standardization and Evaluation Program.
• Two (2) years of experience working with PEX (4.3.1) / TACTICS (4.3.2) or similar proprietary scheduling program.
• Two (2) years of experience working with Microsoft Office Suite.
• Secret Security Clearance
SCIF Security Manager:
• TS/SCI Security Clearance required.
• Experience with USAF Fighter Squadron, Group, or Wing Weapons and Tactics shop security related operations; or two (2) years of experience with DoD Flying Squadron, Group, or Wing Weapons and Tactics shop security related operations.
• Experience applying policies and procedures outlined in DoDM 5205.07 vol’s 1-4, 1CD-705, and any other SAP requirements set forth from MAJCOM and/or Wing AP.
• Experience with information, industrial, and personnel security concepts, principles, and practices, participating in the planning and implementation of security programs within the organization.
• Experience with required security training concepts, programs, procedures, and practices, assisting managers in establishing and complying with internal security programs.
• Experience with developing, analyzing, and evaluating security programs, meeting mission requirements and improving the organization's security program.
• Ability to communicate orally and in writing through clear, concise, and technically accurate written materials.
• Ability to establish effective professional working relationships with coworkers and customers, contributing to a cooperative working environment and successful accomplishment of the mission.
Unit Deployment Manager:
• Requires one or more years of experience working in a squadron-level or higher mobility office.
• Secret Security clearance
Unit Programs Coordinator:
• Requires one or more years of experience providing administrative support in a squadron-level or higher environment.
• Secret Security clearance
SECURITY CLEARANCE REQUIRED: Seeking qualified individuals who currently hold an active security clearance at the Secret level. US Citizenship is a requirement for clearance at this location.
Applicants may be subject to a pre-employment drug & alcohol screening and/or random drug screen, and must follow UIC’s Non-DOT Drug & Alcohol Testing Program requirements. If the position requires, an applicant must pass a pre-employment criminal background
history check. All post-secondary education listed on the applicant’s resume/application may be subject to verification.
Where driving may be required or where a rental car must be obtained for business travel purposes, applicants must have a valid driver license for this position and will be subject to verification. In addition, the applicant must pass an in-house, online, driving
course to be authorized to drive for company purposes.
UIC is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, age, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics EOE/AA/M/F/D/V. In furtherance, pursuant to The Alaska
Native Claims Settlement Act 43 U.S.C. Sec. 1601 et seq., and federal contractual requirements, UIC and its subsidiaries may legally grant certain preference in employment opportunities to UIC Shareholders and their Descendants, based on the provisions contained
within The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
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be reviewed. Please contact a UIC HR Recruiter if you have made a significant change to your application. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), persons unable to complete an online application should contact UIC Human Resources
for assistance (http://www.uicalaska.com/contact-us/human-resources/).
UIC Government Services (UICGS / Bowhead) provides innovative business solutions to federal and commercial customers in the areas of engineering, maintenance services, information technology, program support, logistics/base support, and procurement. Collectively,
the fast-growing Bowhead Family of Companies offers a breadth of services which are performed with a focus on quality results. Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, we are recognized as one of the top 25 8(a) companies for government contracting.
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