The MQ-1/MQ-9 Operations Branch (ACC/A3MU) is responsible for the organization, training, management, and provides the operational expertise required to meet current and future needs of MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper. The organization develops, coordinates, and publishes command guidance for all aspects of aircrew training in CAF RPA units. A3MU also develops realistic training requirements, programs, and instructions to ensure combat-ready forces for theater wartime tasking. With the proliferation of RPA in the battlespace, A3MU is continually being tasked to support the development and operations outside of RPA expertise. Although the branch is funded and tasked specifically to support the Predator and Reaper, tasks extend to all fielded or un-fielded RPAs as determined by ACC/A3MU.
Perform information management and administrative support for the division chief and deputy; maintain division chief and deputy’s office calendars; monitor organizational box; assign taskers to correct OPR; and receive telephone calls ascertaining the nature of the calls.
Manage and create all travel requests for the division chief and deputies through the Defense Travel System (DTS). Assist in filing travel vouchers through DTS.
In/Out process personnel to or from the division.
Providing telephone and receptionist services
Maintaining records of leave and attendance
Requisitioning office supplies, repairs on office equipment, and printing services
Reserving rooms for meetings
Filing material and maintaining office filing systems
Receiving and controlling incoming correspondence
Reviewing outgoing correspondence, reports, etc., for format, grammar, and punctuation, and removing typographical errors
Writing simple or repetitive, non-technical correspondence such as letters of acknowledgment in accordance with a given format
Performing typing, stenographic, or transcribing duties
Keeping abreast of various procedural requirements, for example, procedures required to process travel vouchers 4
Maintaining information needed for budget purposes
Making extensive travel arrangements; fully trained in Defense Travel System (DTS).
Making complete arrangements for large conferences
Composing complex, but non-technical correspondence; locating and assembling information for various reports, briefings, conferences, etc.
Following up with staff members to insure that various commitments made at conferences and meetings are met
Designing and organizing filing systems
Planning and arranging the maintenance and preparation of information needed for budget reports
Organizing the flow of clerical processes in the office and in subordinate offices
Shreds Chief’s and Deputy Chief’s papers as needed
US Citizen, active Secret required
Possess an Associate degree and a minimum of five years information management experience in military and civilian personnel functions and records management to include Military Personnel Data System (MILPDS), Records Information Management System (RIMS), Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS), or equivalent systems.
Possess a minimum three years of experience in military personnel mobility program management and ancillary training management.