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  • Creech AFB UAS Instructor/Test Sensor Operator

    Job Locations US-NV-Creech AFB
    Posted Date 1 month ago(9/17/2018 12:07 PM)
    # of Openings
    CAAS IV S410 Requisitions
  • Overview

    The 556 Test and Evaluation Squadron (TES) is located at Creech AFB, NV, and it is part of the 53 Test and Evaluation Group (TEG), 53 Wing (WG), and United States Air Force Warfare Center (USAFWC).  The 556 TES is responsible for Force Development Evaluation (FDE), Tactics Development and Evaluation (TD&E), Operational Utility Evaluation (OUE), Urgent Operational Needs (UONs), suitability evaluations, and various initiatives and demonstrations of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UASs), their subsystems, hardware and software.


    • Operate the Predator/Reaper UAS and its sensor(s) during the performance of testing and evaluation.  

    • The sensor operator will operate test resources and conduct all mission events IAW Government approved program test plans, schedules, procedures, and/or annexes.

    • Perform all pre­ mission, mission, and post-mission activities for testing.  

    • For flight test operations the sensor operator will perform pre- and post-mission activities, and will perform flight testing and operate aircraft and sensors for flight missions.

    • Be responsible for all actions, test profile, mission conduct, emergencies and crew actions for the sortie. 

    • Ability to analyze current and proposed checklist procedures to evaluate efficiency of the flow, unnecessary steps, missing steps, alternative methods.

    • Ability to analyze system malfunctions not documented in flight manuals and malfunctions/warnings inconsistent with flight manuals


    • 2000 hours of sensor time

    • 1250 hours of MQ-1/9 time
    • FAA Class II each year 
    • Current or previous MQ-1 and/or MQ-9 UAS sensor qualification with current evaluation

    • 3 years’ experience in a UAS Program

    • TOP SECRET clearance with eligibility for SCI.


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