B3H Corporation

  • Squadron Unit Program Coordinator

    Job Locations US-NM-Holloman AFB
    Posted Date 7 months ago(12/26/2017 7:13 AM)
    # of Openings
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  • Overview

    B3H Corporation is seeking qualified personnel to augment flying squadrons in the areas of scheduling, training, standardization/evaluation (Stan/Eval), and unit program coordination. Positions will support Air Education and Training Command (AETC) fighter and special operations flying squadrons at Eglin AFB, FL; Holloman AFB, NM; Luke AFB, AZ; and Kirtland AFB, NM.  The focus of work will be to support non-flying duties in training squadrons that rated personnel traditionally perform as additional duties.   There a multiple positions available at each location to coincide with the number of fighter and special operations squadrons. 


    The Unit Programs Coordinator (UPC) function is to serve as the primary point of contact for each associated squadron’s administrative support programs such as facility management, task management tool (TMT), health care program, fitness program, budget, the Self-Assessment Program Manager (SAPM) and MICT, safety program, Information Technology Equipment Custodian duties, security program, supply program and additional small programs as needed.



    Communicates unit program requirements, associated policies, and procedures to squadron assigned personnel.


    Reads, routes and distributes incoming correspondence and other materials.


    Maintains a listing of additional duties, personnel approved as primary and alternate are for those duties, their contact information, and refer base members to the appropriate personnel when needed.


    Serves as the squadron Self-Assessment Program Manager (SAPM) performing regular reviews of MICT Self-Assessment Communicators (SAC) or system or locally accepted product in accordance with base self-inspection program business rules. As SAPM, the Contractor will assign self-inspection communicators and track their completion.


    Establishes, maintains, controls, and updates file system accurately to enable quick and efficient retrieval of information.


    Submits and tracks work orders for facility maintenance.


    Administers personnel security program IAW AFI 31-501, associated MAJCOM Installation supplements, and locally-developed guidance.


    Preforms unit fitness program manager duties prescribed in AFI 36- 2905, MAJCOM Installation supplements, and locally-developed guidance regarding Air Force fitness program requirements. Additionally, the Contractor shall track and report fitness test status to the squadron commander monthly.


    Conducts deployment reporting in the Air Force Expeditionary Force Reporting Tool (ART) including Unit Type Code posturing and individual status updates.


    Manages SORTS/DRRS reporting tools for proper unit posturing (as desired/needed).


    Serves as Primary Information Technology Equipment Custodian (ITEC) for each ADPE account that resides within each training squadron IAW AFMAN 17-1203. NOTE: Inventory at each installation is subject to change depending on the needs of each training squadron’s inventory. The contractor shall complete ITEC training as facilitated by the Base Equipment Control Officer (BECO) at each installation.


    Preforms an annual (per each host BECO’s timeline) physical inventory of 100% of ADPE items. The government managed BECO may direct an out of cycle inventory for accountability purposes. The government does not anticipate a BECO directed out of cycle inventory more than once a quarter. Upon completion of the inventory, the government ITEC representative and the organizational commander or equivalent shall sign the inventory with the original copy retained by the contracted ITEC and a copy for the BECO file.


    Obtains approval from Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and coordinate all potential transfers of IT assets between ITEC accounts with the applicable BECO where practical.

    Follows all BECO procedures and guidance on all shipments, transfers, donations, or turn-ins of excess IT assets. The procedures are posted on each host base BECO website.

    Identifies all excess IT assets on a quarterly basis. Schedule/prepare/transport and/or arrange for assets to be turned into the proper DoD agency. ITEC will use Government Owned Vehicle (GOV) to transport assets to be turned in to the proper DoD agency. Provide appropriate documentation to the BECO to clear the account of equipment that was transferred to another account, shipped to another base/location, donated to a school, or turned-in to the Defense Reutilization Management Office (DRMO). The procedures are posted on each host bases BECO website.




    1) Minimum of three (3) years of experience working with Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)


    Secret, current within 6 years


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