B3H Corporation

  • Fighter Squadron Training Specialist

    Job Locations US-AL-Fort Rucker
    Posted Date 2 months ago(6/6/2018 10:39 AM)
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  • Overview

    B3H Corporation is seeking qualified personnel to augment flying squadrons in the areas of aircrew scheduling, training, and standardization/evaluation (Stan/Eval). Positions will support Air Education and Training Command (AETC) fighter, mobility, special operations flight training squadrons at Randolph AFB, TX; Columbus AFB, MS; Laughlin AFB, TX, Vance AFB, OK, Tucson ANG, AZ; Lackland AFB, TX; Little Rock AFB, AR; Altus AFB, OK and Pensacola NAS, FL.  The focus of work will be to support non-flying duties in training and operational squadrons.   There a multiple positions available at each location to coincide with the number of squadrons to be supported. 



    The Contractor shall coordinate with the Registrar, Current Operations/Flying Training

    Unit (FTU) Operations, individual flights, and Scheduling when needed.


    The Contractor shall update data in MS and locally developed computer database systems as required.


    The Contractor shall perform periodic training folder/MS template reviews. Ensure that training folders/MS templates have been properly filled out by student, instructor and reviewer in accordance with guidance issued by Training Officer as required.


    The Contractor shall perform the following permanent, associate and attached aircrew training support:


    The Contractor shall ensure permanent, associate and attached aircrew are loaded into appropriate MS; set up locally required theater indoctrination/syllabuses/requalification templates/gradebooks in MS when required and review training documents to ensure compliance with 11-MDS-V1 and supplemental guidance (Note 1), AFI 11-290 Crew Resource Management, AFI 11-202V1, supplements, and locally developed syllabus/program. The Contractor shall prepare training folders for closeout by Training Officer or designated official IAW syllabus, AETCI 36- 2605 V1 and other applicable volume (all chapters) as well as locally established guidance.


    The Contractor shall prepare semi-annual proration documents as well as waiver requests for approval by Training Officer IAW local format (i.e. Memorandum for Record).


    The Contractor shall prepare Non-Mission-Ready memorandum (or equivalent) and corrective action plans for approval by Training Officer on a semi-annual basis IAW local procedures as required.


    The Contractor shall interface with Host Aviation Resource Management (HARM) personnel or Squadron Aviation Resource Management (SARM) personnel, if available, to update the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) or equivalent systems as needed. The Contractor shall ensure the tasks in ARMS are accurately reflected in MS when needed.


    The Contractor shall create, review, and update training records per the applicable guidance cited in paragraph 2.4 above.


    The Contractor shall consolidate, maintain, and publish a schedule of training events and classes using locally established norms.


    The Contractor shall coordinate with appropriate scheduling authorities to ensure crewmembers are scheduled for ground or ancillary training, listed in the 11-2MDSV1 (Note 1), 11-202V1 as well as applicable MAJCOM and local supplements.


    The Contractor shall coordinate with the Unit Deployment Manager as needed to ensure pre-deployment training requirements are met IAW listed reporting instructions.


    The Contractor shall perform all Ancillary Training Monitor duties to include managing

    the unit ancillary training program, tracking all ancillary training using established procedures and ensuring unit members accomplish recurring training IAW established timelines and procedures in AFI 36-2201 Ch 7.


    The Contractor shall provide weekly tracking of ancillary training accomplishment for the unit Training Officer (or equivalent) as well as monthly summaries for the DO and Commander; deadline will be as identified by the unit.


    The Contractor shall prepare, route, and execute periodic training plans IAW 11- 2MDSV1 (Note 1) as required.


    The Contractor shall prepare slides or other needed products for Training Officer approval for use in updates to squadron leadership containing the flight and readiness status of personnel.


    The Contractor shall provide daily tracking of upgrade and continuation training accomplishment for the Training Officer, Operations Supervisor or equivalent as well as weekly summaries for the DO; deadline will be identified by the unit.


    The Contractor shall generate, review and edit the following reports/forms IAW local procedure/policy when required in performance of their duties:


    a.       AF Form 4324, Aircraft Assignment/Aircrew Qualification Worksheet

    b.      AF Form 4348, USAF Aircrew Certifications

    c.       AF Form 4025, Aircrew Summary/Close-out Report (C-130H/J and Fighter/58 SOW)

    d.      AF Form 4024, Aircrew Training Accomplishment Report

    e.       AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication

    f.        AF Form 1522, Arms Additional Training Accomplishment Report

    g.      AETC Form 309, Runway Supervisory Unit Controller/Observer Upgrade (UPT, PIT, IFF)

    h.      AETC Form 4392, Written documentation

    i.        Training Review Board (TRB)/Training Review Panel (TRP), Continuation Training Meetings minutes and tracking

    j.        Semi-annual proration documents and waiver requests

    k.      Aircrew Qualification Level Summary (also known as the “Letter of Xs”)

    l.        RAP reporting as needed by the current RAP tasking message

    m.    Monthly summary of aircrew probation/regression status

    n.      Grade Book report

    o.      AETC Form 904, Training Summary

    p.      AETC Form 173, Commander’s Awareness Program (97 AMW only)
    q.      Daily Training Summary Report/Weekly Timeline Report (97 AMW only)
    r.      Monthly Internal Intel Training (IIT) and External Intel Training (EIT) and quarterly Ready Intel Program (RIP) report (58 SOW units only)
    s.      In-work and final documents upon request
    t.       Locally developed forms, briefings, AETC forms, or other AFI forms if applicable


    1)  Minimum of two (2) years of experience working in a DoD operational flying unit (active duty, guard/reserve, contractor or civilian).


    2)  Minimum two (2) years of experience working with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.


    3)  Ability to operate the following systems/programs:

    Computer based training and integrated management system (TIMS,GTIMS, PEX, X-plan)
    SharePoint websites and communities of practice
    Microsoft Access is not required but highly desired


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