B3H Corporation

Unit Scheduler (492d SOW)

US-FL-Hurlburt Field
2 weeks ago
ID
2017-1870
# of Openings
1
Category
OASIS P1 AFSOC 492d SOW

Overview

B3H Corporation is seeking qualified candidates to augment operational management activities of the 492d Special Operations Wing (492d SOW) by providing technical advisory and assistance services in the areas of current operations, training, deployment management, logistics support, and administrative support.  Position will work as part of an integrated contractor/government workforce providing specialized knowledge, skills and abilities in the responsibilities described below. 

Responsibilities

Provide continuity and assist with range/airspace scheduling, flying mission tracking, scheduling, and related training support as designated by the particular squadron


Schedule approximately 200-400 people, working in close concert with operations personnel to track daily flying operations and coordinate scheduling and training requirements to ensure aircrew currency and qualification


While solving complex problems and last-minute changes, assure 100 percent mission requirements are filled with no gaps in mission coverage


 Assist squadron leadership on daily operations within the current operations unit to include flying schedules and de-confliction of aircrew currencies, qualifications, upgrades and training rides. This includes any airspace required for the execution of the scheduled flying line


Use the Center Scheduling Enterprise


Assist in forecasting, developing and coordinating with various internal and external agencies with the execution of the 492 SOG flying and ground range schedule

Qualifications

Current Secret Security Clearance


Associates Degree (desired)


2 years of experience as an aircrew scheduler


Proficient in the utilization of Center Scheduling Enterprise


Knowledge of Air Force (AF) and Special Ops Forces (SOF) organizational structures, functions and procedures, as well as command relationships and responsibilities

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