B3H Corporation

Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) (492d SOW)

Job Locations US-FL-Hurlburt Field
Posted Date 2 months ago(12/26/2017 7:13 AM)
ID
2017-1874
# of Openings
1
Category
Hidden (36961)

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

Ensure unit personnel are trained and ready to deploy


Assist in providing a local disaster preparation and hurricane evacuation procedures to ensure a smooth deployment process, decreasing risk for military equipment and personnel


Maintain knowledge of Air Force Job Qualification Standard (AFJQS) of UDM


Maintain GO/NO GO standards for 200 - 400 people


Track all tasks listed in the AFJQS


Use LOGMOD, UTCs, and Joint Operations Planning Execution Systems (JOPES) in performance of UDM responsibilities


Maintain Student Training Materials s in compliance with AFI 11-202, Vol 1and the AFSOC Supplement as well as other applicable directives


Provide a copy of the metrics data along with analysis in weekly reports to the Government COR not later than 1000 hours each Friday.  Metrics shall address status GO/NO GO task lists and any other contractor or Government identified metric that will facilitate successful performance of contract requirements

Qualifications

Current Secret Security Clearance


Associates Degree (desired)


2 years of experience with a USAF Unit Deployment Manager (UDM)


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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