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.
Draft and recommend policies, processes, and procedures to manage ANG ISR units’ contributory support to the Department of the Air Force (DAF) and federal agencies.
Monitor Regular AF (RegAF) mission requirements and federal agency mission requirements and draft a distribution recommendation of mission tasks to ANG units to ensure Air Force requirements are met before national-level requirements.
Provide NGB ANG ISR staff with a plan to administer excess-capacity Title 10 U.S.C. mission activities (i.e. work the Active Duty Air Force can’t complete and looks to the Air Reserve Component (ARC) for assistance) to ANG ISR units.
Coordinate, monitor, analyze and report on ANG contributions to federal ISR missions.
Establish and maintain relationships with mission owners and ANG ISR units’ mission managers to ensure timely crossflow of information.
Serve as the primary analyst for ANG ISR federal operations incidental to training.
Collect and analyze units’ mission and manpower data to enable responsive, equitable, and economical use of resources.
Monitor ANG units’ mission activities to identify available excess mission capacity.
Assist FAMs in monitoring ANG units’ readiness, i.e. manpower, training, and equipment) for predictive mission planning to preclude mission stoppages.
Using M4S, build a monthly tracker so that NGB can understand the amount of excess-capacity Title 10 U.S.C. mission activities aka Federated Intelligence Program/Contributory Support that is occurring.
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