B3H Corporation

  • Non-Aviation Programs & Readiness (NPR) Support

    Job Locations US-TX-Dyess AFB
    Posted Date 2 months ago(6/14/2018 11:01 AM)
    ID
    2018-2105
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    ACC C2IRS/CSAR Support
  • Overview

    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.

     

    Responsibilities

    Serve as the primary point of contact to the squadron commander for all administrative support programs such as task management, health care program, fitness program, safety program, Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE) accounts, security program, supply program, civilian timecard program, etc.
     

    Directly assist the commander/director in the management of all NPA functions.
     

    Use and prepare documents in accordance with regulations and policies regularly.
     

    Serve as the resident subject matter expert for all mandated administrative support programs. Ensure unit program compliance with regulations, laws, policies, and squadron commander directives.

    Qualifications

    Minimum of one (1) year of experience working in a squadron-level or higher commanders, directors, etc. support staff.

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