B3H Corporation

  • 705 TRS Non-Kinetic Operations SME

    Job Locations US-FL-Hurlburt Field
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    ID
    2017-1923
    # of Openings
    0
    Category
    Hidden (25870)
  • Overview

    Non-Kinetics Operations (NKO) SME to serve as expert on techniques and procedures to apply Non-Kinetics Integration and Information Operations (IO) expertise and experience interfacing with internal and external organizations to AOC

    Responsibilities

    NKO SME advises on joint warfare applications to include C2 in difficult to define, controversial, new or novel systems and functions of major agency, national, or international impact to senior Air Force leaders during courses and exercises.

    NKO SME must be able to adjust analysis and instruction for differing AF warfighting senior training audiences after determining unique training objectives and requirements. Interact with specialized sub-sets of the training audience and develop training goals and programs and instruct independently given general over-arching training objectives

    NKO SME develops new procedures to address warfighting inadequacies, trends, or refined objectives observed during exercise. Provides world-class advanced training support for resident formal courses, just-in-time training events, and mobile training events.

    NKO SME provides world-class advanced training support for resident formal courses, just-in-time training events, and mobile training events.

    Qualifications

    3 years on a Component-Numbered Air Force (C-NAF) or MAJCOM AFFOR Staff in a leadership capacity or 3 years as a qualified AOC Team or Division Chief.

    SMEs must have practical experience executing the Joint Operations Planning Process for Air (JOPP-A) and participated in at least 2 deliberate or crisis action planning events.

    SMEs will be capable of participating in all course-related functions spanning preparation, execution, execution support and maintenance of the course.

    Top Secret SCI Clearance

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