B3H Corporation

  • Training Support

    Job Locations US-DE-Dover, AFB
    Posted Date 2 months ago(8/27/2018 4:37 PM)
    ID
    2018-2179
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    3rd & 9th Airlift Squadrons, Dover AFB
  • Overview

    The objective of this requirement is to provide highly qualified and experienced flying operations support to the in-garrison active duty flying squadron, 3rd & 9th Airlift Squadrons, at Dover AFB, DE. These non-personal services support functions include Scheduling, Training, Stan/Eval, and program coordination. We will provide competent personnel to absorb select non-flying duties in order to reduce the workload of AMC flying personnel. The goal of this effort is to support the increase in aircrew production as well as improve the quality of life for AMC flying personnel.

     

    Responsibilities

    Update data in GTIMS or future equivalent systems to GTIMS, and locally-developed computer database systems as required
    Interface with Host Aviation Resource Management (HARM) and SARM personnel to update the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) or future equivalent systems to ARMS as required


    Build, review, and update student/permanent party records, folders and grade books per the applicable Air Force Instructions (AFI 11-202V1 and AFI 11-2MDS-V1), associated MAJCOM Installation supplements, and locally-developed guidance. Number of records will vary depending on unit manning/student throughput.


    Coordinate schedule of classes and administer exams as required. Coordinate with scheduling and external agencies (SFS/CATM, CES/Emergency Management, OSS, etc.) to ensure crewmembers are scheduled for Crew Resource Management, Instructor Crew Resource Management, Instrument Refresher Course, and any other grounding or pre-deployment training requirements. Number of classes/exams will vary depending on unit manning/student throughput.


    Perform individual gradebook checks, as required, of squadron personnel training and ancillary training requirements. Gradebook checks are performed daily, monthly, and quarterly.


    Under the guidance and direction of the Squadron Director of Training (DOT) Flight Chief, prepare and execute periodic training/testing plans for approval and scheduling. Coordinates off-site training conferences/ seminar attendance.


    Under the guidance of the Squadron DOT Flight Chief, schedule members for required ground training events IAW unit policies.
    Under the guidance and direction of the Squadron DOT Flight Chief, provide weekly updates to squadron leadership containing the flight and readiness status of personnel to facilitate tracking of duty status and performance report/decoration accomplishment.


    Under the guidance and direction of the Squadron DOT Flight Chief, coordinate with scheduling office, enabling them to maximize training opportunities in accordance with unit leadership guidance. Scheduling and training will be consistent with AFIs.


    Provide daily tracking of upgrade and continuation training accomplishment for the unit Operations Supervisor (or equivalent) as well as weekly summaries for the Operations Officer.


    Under the guidance and direction of the Squadron DOT Flight Chief, assist in the development of new curriculum and syllabi for aircrew and ground training.


    Generate and appropriately track the following reports/forms as required:

     

    Monthly and quarterly inputs to OST Training each quarter


    Semi-annual Non-Mission Ready (NMR) letter for members to be placed in NMR status IAW 11-2MDS-V1


    Monthly Squadron Training Review Panel (STRP) briefing the Squadron leadership to include training recommendations and status of training on unit members.


    AF Form 2096, Classification/On-the-Job Training Action, AF Form 1522, AF Form 4324, and Tasked Based Training
    Semi-annual Proration Consideration Report


    Maintain the aircrew qualification summary (also known as the “Letter of Xs”) in GTIMS and paper products as necessary


    In-process and out-process squadron members in the records system


    Develop crewmember requalification plans IAW 11-2MDS-V1 as required

    Qualifications

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

     

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

     

    Ability to operate the following systems/programs:

     

    Computer based training and integrated management system (TIMS,GTIMS, PEX, X-plan)


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