B3H Corporation

  • Targeting Effects Team (TET) SME

    Job Locations US-NV-Nellis AFB
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(6/29/2018 5:53 PM)
    ID
    2018-2146
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    CAOC-Nellis
  • Overview

    B3H Corporation is providing Subject Matter Experts to the 505th TS for Combined Air Operations Center-Nellis (CAOC-N) located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.  505th TS provides continuation training (CT) for C-NAF AOC operations personnel in conjunction with RED FLAG (RF), VIRTUAL FLAG (VF) and USAF Weapons School Advanced Integration Phase (WSAIP) events.  CAOC-N hosts over 3000 visitors and participants per year for RF, VF, WSAIP, and COCOM exercises and other tests/exercises/events.

     

    Responsibilities

    The TET SME provides instruction on how to run a Targeting Effects Team in accordance with AFTTP 33.AOC. This includes coordinating with the Joint Force Commander (JFC), component targeting  cells, the MAAP team, and the Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Division to develop the Joint Integrated Priority Target List (JIPTL).

     

    Conduct proactive pre-hostility target planning and adversary target study as well as shepherd the  targeting prioritization process.


    Oversee coordination with all services to determine  desired targets to be attacked. 


    Use the Air  Operations Directive (AOD) to determine the desired effects and prioritizes the desired targets to  meet those effects.  This prioritized list is the draft JIPTL which is presented to the Joint Force  Commander for final approval.  Once approved, the JIPTL determines which targets will get  struck and which ones will not. 


    Develop, test, and publish  new Tactics Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) to streamline the targeting process.   
     

    Qualifications

    Bachelors’ degree


    Must possess a minimum of eight (8) years or more targeting experience at the Division level or  higher type organization.
    Comfortable and able to  assimilate vast amounts of data and make critical   decisions under pressure   working a rotating shift schedule in a dynamic fast-paced environment


    Knowledgeable in Joint   and Army Service targeting functions and processes;   (basic, intermediate and   advanced level targeting development processes and   procedures).


    Knowledge of No-Strike and the Collateral   Damage Estimation Methodology, Chairman of the Joint   Chiefs of Staff Instruction (CJCSI) 3160.01, and CJCSI   3122-06C, Sensitive   Target Approval and Review Process, Chairman of the   Joint Chiefs of Staff   Manual (CJCSM) 3162.01, Joint Methodology for Battle Damage Assessment


    Knowledge of various   agencies within the IC and each agencies mission; in   conjunction with knowledge   of the Target Development processes and standard   operating procedures at the   Combatant Command and Component levels.     This is inclusive of advanced knowledge of how to   produce the ETF (to   the advanced level) various target list types (as well   as who is responsible   for each list).


    Currently holds a TS clearance

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