USfalcon recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in the United States, is seeking a TDL/Aerial Gateways SME to work out of Langley AFB, VA.
This position is contingent upon award of contract.
- Final Secret security clearance.
- Bachelor’s Degree in computer science, information systems, business administration, management or other related technical or scientific discipline from an accredited institution.
- Twelve (12) years’ experience in analyzing, developing, and evaluating directives, policies, and procedures associated with modernization and sustainment of Air Force Systems.
- Four(4) years’ experience in analyzing, developing and evaluating directives, policies and procedures associated with the modernization and sustainment of TDL Systems, TDL Networks, and TDL Gateways programs and systems, and systems that are communications-based as participants of the Aerial Layer Network/Joint Aerial Layer Network.
- Five (5) years’ experience working JUON/JEON/QRC fielding/fielded Aerial Gateway systems such as Roll On Beyond Line of Sight (ROBE - AN/USQ-175), Battlefield Airborne Communications Node (BACN), Beyond Line of Site Command and Control (BLOS C2).
- Three (3) years’ experience in a Higher Headquarters (HHQ) (e.g., MAJCOM, NAF, HAF or equivalent) staff officer or equivalent position.
- Possess ten (10) years’ experience developing tactics, techniques and procedures for gateway systems. They will utilize this experience to act as a representative and LNO to AFOTEC, the military standards office and JITC to ensure AFSIT, Developmental Testing and Operational Testing are representative of how the developmental systems will be utilized in the field, in addition to developing enabling concepts.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook).
- Knowledge of the capabilities, limitations and challenges associated with TDL Gateway Systems.
- Provide personnel to support TDL aerial gateway programs from concept approval, through operational field employment, integration into C2 network(s), transition to Program of Record status and to sustainment. This includes serving as a Weapon System Team for programs that are not yet official programs, fielded (or fielding) under Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUONs), Joint Emerging Operational Needs (JEONs), and Quick Reaction Capability (QRC).
- Create/prepare/conduct/deliver/attend complex oral and written decision briefs, reports, position papers, draft messages and other correspondence to HHQ staff.
- Analyze C2 requirements and how they affect all mission areas through advanced TDLs/CDLs and interfaces to other C2 systems/networks; document their alignment to Joint and AF doctrine, or needed changes to doctrine based on increased capabilities.
- Analyze concepts and proposed solutions and determine how those solutions affect C2 capabilities for AF, joint, and coalition missions. Make recommendations for the fielding and integration of TDL and gateway requirements/solutions to best achieve optimal capabilities architecture (an enterprise approach).
- Examine alternative solutions to satisfy capability needs to include cost benefit analysis and feasibility of potential solutions to satisfy operational requirements.
- Coordinate, facilitate, and support requirements definition and validation, and refinement, through JCIDS processes to include: CBA, FAA/FNA FSA, ICD, MDD, DOTMLPF, DCR, Modification Proposals (AF Form 1067), AoA, CDD, CPD.
- Assist in development of JCIDS documents.
- Coordinate, facilitate, support technical and operational community discussions, capture and communicate needs and issues, assist in validating and prioritizing requirements; communicate and summarize recommendations.
- Assist in preparing briefings to go before the AFROC and JROC for acquisition decision milestones.
- Support design reviews and make recommendations.
- Observe and/or participate in on-site evaluations and operational analysis of emerging systems during experiments, tests, and exercises.
- Assist in developing plans for operational employment of gateway systems.
- Assist in transitioning systems from developmental to operational systems.
- Assist in developing capability transition review briefs and support actions required to transition systems to fully fielded programs of record.
- Assist in developing and coordinating on planning and programming documentation, POM justification, briefings, submissions, and in the evaluation of initiatives, disconnects, and offsets.
- Provide technical, analytical, cost, and lifecycle expertise.
- Employ expertise to assist operational users and provide constant liaison between operational users and product centers/program offices.
- Assist in developing plans for sustainment of gateway systems, to include integrated logistics support, maintenance, and training.
- Support configurations control boards and make recommendations.
- Provide oversight in the security, testing, and fielding accreditations.
- Assist with efforts required by Air Force Instructions and DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) to gain certification and accreditation in support of System Security Accreditation Authority, Certificate to Operate, Interim Authorities, and Spectrum Certification required for systems associated with TDL Transformation programs.
- Support development of migration strategies for current capabilities towards programs of record and roadmaps into future architectures.
- Additional duties as assigned.
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; SECRET, TS, or TS/SCI clearance is required.
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