This Task Order supports Combat Air Forces (CAF) Command and Control, Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) and Rescue squadrons in locations in Air Combat Command (ACC), USINDOPACOM and USEUCOM locations. C2ISR and Rescue Squadron Operations Support consist of seven major areas each with multiple tasks and subtasks. We support assigned active duty aircrew to fulfill requirements for achieving/maintaining aircraft mission qualification in their assigned weapon system by providing the expertise. The objective of this task order is to provide in-garrison active C2ISR and Rescue squadrons with functional support for typical additional duties assigned to squadron personnel, such as Scheduling, Non-Aviation Programs & Readiness, Training, Mobility, Stan/Eval, Information System Security Officer, and support for EFB managers.
Coordinate with the training officer, squadron aviation resource management (SARM), UDM, and Director of Operations (DO) or designated representative to arrange a schedule to facilitate operations, qualification, upgrade, test, exercises, and continuation training accomplishment to meet required currency and progression standards, in accordance with DO priorities.
Build long- and short-range shift schedules to ensure full coverage of all aircrew, instructor, evaluator, support personnel, and supervisor positions. Coordinate with senior squadron leadership on a daily and weekly basis.
Keep track when crewmembers are on leave, temporary duty, have scheduled medical appointments or other scheduling commitments. Contractor will deconflict crewmember schedules and work with flight leadership to ensure crews are available to meet assigned sortie taskings.
Track daily flight/ground/academic training requirements and accomplishments to facilitate accurate flight scheduling as directed by the DO or designated representative. To the maximum extent possible, schedule aircrew based on experience to mitigate Operational Risk Management (ORM). Updates will be reported to squadron and wing leadership.
Two (2) years of experience working as a squadron aircrew scheduler.
Two (2) years of experience working with PEX or similar proprietary scheduling program.
Two (2) years of experience utilizing Microsoft Office Products in an operational squadron.