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Creech AFB Unit Project Officer, Comm, SOC, GCS SME

US-NV-Creech AFB
2 months ago(10/30/2017 6:01 AM)
ID
2014-1050
# of Openings
1
Category
CAAS IV S408 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

Responsibilities

  • Provide Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) test support services for the 556 TES and Det 4 53 TMG to execute the mission and other unit responsibilities. 

  • Services are provided during all phases of OT&E IAW 53 WG Test Team Handbook. 

  • Unit Project Officers will maintain technical knowledge and proficiency in ground support systems through continuation and upgrade training.

  • Specialties provided include unique subject matter expertise on RPA Ground Control Stations (GCS), Squadron Operations Center (SOC), Weapons, Tactics, Command and Control (C2) and Tactical Datalinks, and Air, Space, and Cyberspace operations.in fields such as RADAR, electronic warfare, instrumentation, logistics, weapons and tactics, maintenance, GCS, network administration, and SOC (depending on the test type) to facilitate test planning and execution. 

Qualifications

  • Current or previous USAF 3Dxxx AFSC (or DoD equiv), applicants with comparable civilian experience may be considered

  • Previous military or civilian experience maintaining and operating MQ-1/9 RPA GCS, SOC, or communication (data link, SATCOM) equipment)

  • Professional certifications (e.g. Security+, Network Administration)

  • TOP SECRET clearance with eligibility for SCI

  • 2 years test experience

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