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.
Support the ANG ISR Staff in day-to-day management of all personnel and programs assigned to the ANG ISR Division; advise ANG Senior Staff, TAFs, and commanders on intelligence matters as the technical SME of the ANG SIO (AFPD 14-3, AFI 14-302).
Advise and review assumptions of all intelligence missions deemed appropriate to ANG and provide feedback to Senior ANG ISR staff.
Work with the Division and Branch Chiefs for ANG ISR force development, mobilization, functional area management, career field management, and PPBE for all ANG ISR units, personnel, and programs, and advises the Director ANG and ANGRC/CC on the same.
As directed by the government, assist the ANG ISR staff with the following:
Resolution of wartime requirements and authorization mismatches (UTC versus UMD).
Monitor DOC statements, SORTS and ART reports and develop criteria for force posturing, analyses and execution activities.
Ensure manpower, training, and sustainment supports ANG ISR readiness requirements.
Recommend improvements or changes.
Monitor all intelligence formal training allocations.
Track ANG intelligence inspections and exercises.
Coordinate staff actions on ANG, command, and HHQ documents related to ANG intelligence personnel, units, and missions.
Serve as the point of contact for issues involving ANG unit-level ISR personnel.
Address issues and coordinate functional concerns across various staffs.
Recommend program priorities to the ANG ISR staff; if approved, initiate and coordinate actions to satisfy field requirements, give advice, counsel, and instruction.
Coordinate with ANG unit commanders to ensure compliance with USAF, MAJCOM, and ANG policy.
Represent the ANG ISR staff at National Intelligence Community, DoD, HQ USAF, MAJCOM, and unified command-level planning workshops, conferences, and other forums.
Advises all levels of ANG, AF and joint commands of ANG ISR capabilities for incorporation into mission plans and activities.
Assist the ANG ISR staff with coordinating and facilitating the development of ANG ISR unit play for operations, activities, and exercises.
Brief state headquarters on ISR mission area and opportunities, mission acquisition process, and preparation of state capability assessments.
Collect, analyze and catalog state capability assessments to allow matching to valid AF ISR requirements.
Timelines for the following actions will vary, but contractor will meet the timelines as required by the government.
Draft recommendations for ANG ISR combat readiness.
Develop policy recommendations and review other agencies policies regarding the best use of ANG assets to support ANG ISR activities to include combat readiness.
Prepare background materials, assessments, and analysis on ANG ISR activities and programs.
Draft Programming and Organizational Change Requests (PCR and OCR).
Draft UTCs and DOC statements.
Draft and with ANG ISR staff direction, staff Operational, Programming, and Implementation Plans (OPLANs, P-Plans, and I-Plans).
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 the best use of ANG ISR capability.
Serve as the point of contact for issues involving ANG ISR future programs and provide written feedback, to include actions taken and recommended actions, within 3 business days to Sr ANG ISR staff.
Travel/Attend: program, system, and unit planning, programming, and budgeting meetings, unit stand-up-related working groups, site visits, and SATAFs in order to coordinate action and observe and report on any discussions or issues that may positively or negatively impact ANG ISR.
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