B3H Corporation is seeking qualified personnel with a wide range of operational and functional experience to support Air National Guard (ANG) Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Command and Control (C2) programs, missions, weapon systems and staff services. Positions will provide specialized subject matter expertise to the ANG ISR and C2 staffs in the areas of budgetary planning, system architecture and functional management of ANG ISR and C2 asset integration into the active duty U.S. Air Force (USAF) architecture. The primary place of performance is at the Air National Guard Readiness Center (ANGRC) located at Joint Base Andrews, MD. Other duty locations include: McConnell AFB, KS, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, TX, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA, Warner Robins, GA, Fort Meade, MD and the Pentagon in Arlington, VA.
Represent NGB’s ANG ISR staff to ACC; serve as the contact at ACC for issues involving ANG ISR, primarily ANG Airborne ISR. Addresses functional, personnel, training and readiness concerns across the HAF, ACC and NGB staffs; assist the ANG ISR Advisor to ACC with resolving current and crisis actions within the ANG Airborne ISR area to include exercises, manpower, deployments and conferences. Provide at least weekly issues updates to the appropriate NGB ANG ISR Systems officer, FAM, Branch or Division Chief.
Communicate and coordinate with the ACC staff on management and policy matters and readiness programs and activities pertaining to ANG Airborne ISR.
The timelines will vary, but contractor is expected to meet timelines as required by the government:
Draft recommendations for ANG Airborne ISR requirements.
Develop policy recommendations and review other agencies policies regarding the best use of ANG assets to support ANG Airborne ISR programs and activities
Prepare background materials, assessments, and analysis on ANG Airborne ISR programs and activities
Prepare position papers, background briefs, assessments, and fact sheets to assist ANG ISR staff in supporting ANG leadership and responding to White House, Congressional, Gubernatorial and TAG inquiries or requests for information concerning ANG airborne ISR activities.
Maintain awareness of current and changing AF-wide Airborne ISR capabilities, weapons and tactics and inform appropriate ANG Weapon System FAM or ANG ISR Systems officer of any changes or potential changes within 5 business days of becoming aware of changes or potential changes.
Communicate with the appropriate ANG Weapon System FAM to ensure manpower, training and sustainment supports ISR mobilization, deployment and readiness requirements in accordance with AFI 36-2201 Volume III and AFI 10-401.
Provide the appropriate ANG ISR Weapon System FAM:
Policy recommendations and reviews of other agencies policies and how they apply to ANG ISR.
Development, management and maintenance of UTCs.
Draft criteria for and monitor readiness reporting.
Present ANG Airborne ISR force posture, analyses, and execution activities to ACC.
As directed, communicate NGB guidance to the field and coordinate with ANG unit commanders to ensure compliance with USAF, MAJCOM, or ANG policy.
Provide technical and policy support on the ANG Airborne ISR Weapon Systems to the ANG ISR staff of the NGB via oral or written communications.
Recommend program priorities to the appropriate NGB ANG ISR FAM, Branch Chief or Division Chief and once approved, initiate and coordinate actions to satisfy requirements, give advice and counsel.
Maintain close liaison with unit personnel and at the direction of the government, make occasional trips to the field in order to determine current status of Airborne ISR programs, effectiveness of support to operations, and to establish and coordinate action on field requirements.
Five (5) years of experience supporting missions functions described by the requirements of the position
Demonstrated knowledge of the tactics, techniques and procedures required to accomplish position task requirements
Security Clearance: Current Top Secret with SCI Eligibility