Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, LLC.

  • HAISR Communications Systems Management Support (U-2/RQ-4/EQ-4)

    Job Location US-VA-Langley AFB
    Posted Date 1 month ago(1 month ago)
  • Overview

    ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S. Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S. Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.
     
    We are a Small Business DoD Prime Contractor seeking candidates to provide organization, training, management, and operational expertise to support the MQ-1/9, RQ-170, RQ-4, and U-2 weapon systems within the Headquarters Air Combat Command (HQ ACC) A3M Persistent Attack and Reconnaissance Division.

    Proposed Period of Performance : 28Sep2018 - 31Mar2023 (Base Period + 4 Option Years)

    Place of Performance : Langley AFB, VA

    This position is contingent upon Task Order award.

    Responsibilities

    The United States Air Force Air Combat Command / A3M supports the Persistent Attack and Reconnaissance Division as the Combat Air Force (CAF) focal point responsible to organize, train and equip five weapon systems, their policy, doctrine and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) development to ensure CAF readiness and combat crew training to meet Combatant Command (CCMD) requirements.

    Job Description:

    - Provide technical expertise and analysis to prepare and manage the operational communications systems documentation for Combat Air Force’s HAISR programs. These include systems, subsystems, data links, communications, training systems and intelligence systems.
    - Review, provide comments, and suggest changes to all AFIs related to HAISR/C2 aircraft and their missions.
    - Provide resource allocation support for ISR/C2 forces war planning documents.
    - Provide support for oversight of high altitude weapon system programs, payloads, sensors, data link and communications system, and associated communications payloads (i.e. those developed outside the U-2 and RQ-4 programs-of-record). Emphasis is on the Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN).
    - Construct proposed allocations of ISR/C2 platforms and associated equipment to meet theater combatant commander needs. Provide support to develop the GFMAP and associated ACC DEPORDs. Coordinate with other DoD organizations to ensure all requirements are captured/codified.
    - Assist in establishing requirements for air traffic safety and Communications, Navigation, Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) systems, Sense and Avoid capabilities, combat identification, and human machine interface/flight displays.
    - Maintain current understanding of theater combatant commander operational and intelligence collection requirements for ISR/C2 assets.
    - Assist in preparing, editing, compiling, and coordinating all documents necessary for the integration of HAISR assets into conventional and nuclear force applications.
    - Construct and coordinate DOC statements, METLs, CONOPs and CONEMPs for planned utilization of ISR resources.
    - Monitor SORTS and DRRS reports, notify ACC/A3MH of significant changes and obtain clarification when necessary.
    - Provide technical support for preparation, deployment, employment, and reconstitution of airborne ISR systems. Activity shall include all aspects (e.g. infrastructure, personnel, airspace, etc.) of CONUS and OCONUS bed-down for new and newly-fielded systems/payloads.
    - Assist in preparing and coordinating AF Form 1067, Modification Proposal Justification, Mission Needs Statements, UON/JUON and other requirement documents (i.e. CCD, ICD, etc.) specific to HAISR/ C2 platforms, communications payloads, systems and subsystems.
    - Assist in preparing and coordinating detailed system acquisition documents, e.g. ORDs, Statements of Objectives, RFPs, and AoAs.
    - Maintain electronic record(s) for operational, exercise, and test missions, used to define mission specifics (i.e. sortie duration, mission configuration, tasking, effectiveness, etc.).
    - Integrate HAISR/C2 programs into AF and Joint exercises and submit requests to include taskings in the ACC CPO.
    - Coordinate requests for CONUS airborne communication systems, data links, imagery intelligence (IMINT), and signals intelligence (SIGINT) exercise support and submit requests to include them in the ACC CPO. Coordinate to ensure PUMs are developed, signed, and provided to the applicable units when needed.
    - Assist in development and coordination of exercise requirements and objectives to ensure system capabilities are appropriately employed in exercise scenarios.
    - Review airborne ISR/C2 message traffic to determine operational system status.

    Qualifications

    - Possess a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of six years operational or logistics communications systems experience within the HAISR or C2ISR mission area.
    - Minimum of two years of experience performing within a higher headquarters level staff.
    - Graduate of ISR-BQT or similar operational command and control flight training course (for example AWACS).
    - Top Secret Personnel Security Clearance

     

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    The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.


    EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246 Prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and employees treated, without regard to race, sex, color, genetic information, religion, or national origin. (Enforcement Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs).

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    ACT I’s management strives to balance the need for competitive compensation packages while maintaining competitive pricing for its customers. Key aspects of ACT I’s compensation package for employees include medical and dental insurance, company 401(k) contributions, annual profit sharing, salary, vacation, education assistance, life insurance, and short/long term disability.


    RETIREMENT includes a Profit-Sharing Plan; a Safe Harbor Program; a 401k Program including pre-tax or post-tax deferrals with quarterly enrollment participation; and a Profit Sharing Program.


    Benefits include: LIFE and DISABILITY, MEDICAL and DENTAL; a CAFETERIA PLAN for a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Dependent Care Reimbursement/Health Reimbursement Account (HSA) IAW IRS limits; LEAVE (Vacation) including All Major Holidays, and Comprehensive Leave increasing with years of service.


    OTHER PROGRAMS include:

    • Tuition assistance & training/certification reimbursement available for job related professional development; and
    • Annual Performance Bonus Program for outstanding performance.

    Resumes will be reviewed immediately and candidates meeting the requirements will be contacted for further consideration and preliminary interviews.

    We are an equal opportunity employer.

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