The 608 AOC at Barksdale AFB requires Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) to provide specialized contract AOC functional operators, technicians and subject matter experts (SME) to augment, enhance forces and operations.
Provide Remedial Maintenance as required.
Coordinate actions with the host base Communications Squadron, STEM-B, AFNETOPS, and other controlling organizations as appropriate for the project or task.
Support Personnel with managing internal network devices.
Coordinate problem resolution with network services providers as required.
Troubleshoot and remediate network failures for IP based networks.
Operate National Security Agency (NSA) approved network encryption devices, SAN, CISCO products.
Support personnel with loading and maintaining Bulk Encryption devices such as KG-175s and KG-250s.
Support personnel with the "IP Config Option" for radio over Internet Protocol (IP) based communications, Ethernet, or networking capabilities.
Support personnel with configuring and connecting a radio to CISCO Layer 3 network devices.
Support personnel with configuring and operating Harris Wireless Messaging Terminal (WMT) software on laptops/desktops.
Support personnel with Microsoft Exchange Server administration.
Support personnel with VMWare and virtualized private networking systems.
Support personnel with datalink systems to include: Air Defense Systems Integrator (ADSI) Joint Range Extension (JRE), Ultra 16 and other Link 16 systems.
Support personnel with administering multiple video teleconferencing configurations.
Support personnel with video switch configurations for CRESTRON systems.
Provide purchasing guidance to GPC Approving Officials to:
Acquire hardware required for remedial maintenance through commercial marketplaces.
Procure parts, spares, and materials necessary to support contract functions.
Track and execute warranties for asset maintenance/management.
Assist with, but not complete, government accountability inventories and preparation for Defense Reutilization Management Office (DRMO).
Perform installation and relocation to include:
Install, de-install, and relocate hardware. Create repair, install, and remove cabling (and cabling infrastructure [raceways, conduit, etc.]) for supported systems IAW (or in coordination with) MAJCOM or Air Force Network Operations (AFNETOPS) requirements and representatives. Inspect areas for new installations or reconfigurations.
Documentation and Configuration Management including: (a) Create/update network diagrams supporting Information Assurance, Configuration Management, and government documentation requirements; (b) Perform/maintain change control, configuration management, and associated documentation; (c) Provide lessons learned/best practices in a COR approved format.
Provide training to include: (a) Familiarization training on C4I system hardware maintenance and interconnectivity for active duty and civilian personnel as requested by the COR; (b) Unit-specified training and/or meetings (attend required unit training and meetings as requested by the COR); (c) System Administration support (Operating System, not C4I Applications which applies to patches and loading drivers) in accordance and/or coordination with MAJCOM or AFNETOPS requirements and representatives.
A Top Secret (TS) security clearance with eligibility for Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
At least three (3) years of demonstrated relevant experience working with AOC Weapon Systems and familiar with Air Force Instruction (AFI) 13-1 AOC Volume 3 Operational Procedures – Air and Space Operations Center, secure facility access processes
Bachelor’s degree or minimum of three years’ experience working with operational- level C2 systems with demonstrated experience performing AOC (Falconer) C2 systems administration required; and
Demonstrated systems administration proficiency with Solaris operating systems, VMWare, and Oracle software for servers and workstations; and
Contractor shall maintain IAT level II certification(s) IAW DoD 8570.1-M Information Assurance Workforce Improvement program.