Training Specialist - Eglin AFB (Secret Clearance Required)
Akima
Eglin AFB, FL, US
5d ago

Description

RiverTech, an Akima Company, delivers mission support services in the areas of engineering, communications, training, operations and maintenance, intelligence, aviation, logistics, and space systems that protect and defend sea, land, air and space operations and their personnel.

Providing the talent, tools, and technologies to ensure exceptional performance in today’s most demanding and strategically critical global environments.

This is RiverTech. Our personnel enjoy competitive benefits packages and challenging roles in work environments committed to innovation, diversity and opportunity for career growth.

As an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC), 100% of our company’s profits go back to our 14,300 Iñupiat shareholders that have resided near and above the Arctic Circle for more than 10,000 years.

Our business helps support their way of life and contributes to the survival of a culture that has thrived in a challenging environment. Job Summary :

The training support function shall be responsible for creating, updating, reviewing and maintaining documents and training records and folders, to be approved by the squadron Chief Training Officer (CTO).

The contractor shall ensure compliance with the 11-2MDSV1 for the aircraft attached to the 58th SOW, 33rd FW, and 56th FW and 11-202V1, Aircrew Training (Chap 1-9) as well as applicable MAJCOM and local supplements for AETC permanent and attached party.

Training support shall provide assistance with student gradebook setup, checks and closeout IAW : AETCI 36-2605 Vol 1 Formal Flying Training Administration and Management (all chapters), Vol 6 Formal Flying Training Administration and Management Fighter and Introduction To Fighter Fundamentals (IFF) (all chapters), Vol 7 Formal Flying Training and Administration Management Mobility Aircraft (all chapters), syllabus and locally developed guidance (IF REQUIRED).

Training support shall review AETC permanent and attached party currencies on a regular basis, coordinate with scheduling or flight personnel to ensure completion of required flight and ground training events and prepare proration documents for squadron Chief Training Officer approval.

Training support function shall prepare local training / testing programs for aircrew when required as well as waiver requests for approval by squadron Chief Training Officer or staffing through unit leadership to HQ AETC for coordination and approval.

The Contractor shall ensure students are loaded into appropriate MS; set up student gradebooks in MS and prepare student gradebooks for closeout by squadron Chief Training Officer or designated Government representative.

The Contractor shall prepare AETC Form 904, Training Summary, for approval.

The Contractor shall perform regular gradebook checks for syllabus compliance IAW guidance issued by the chief of training or Designated Official (DO

The Contractor shall interface with Host Aviation Resource Management (HARM) personnel or Squadron Aviation Resource Management (SARM) personnel, if available, to update the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS) or future equivalent systems as needed.

The Contractor shall ensure the tasks in ARMS are accurately reflected in TIMS / GTIMS / TMS when needed.

The Contractor shall create, review and update student / permanent party records, folders and grade books per the applicable AFIs (11-2MDSV1for the aircraft attached to the 58th SOW, 33rd FW, and 56th FW and AFI11-202V1 (Chap 1-9), associated MAJCOM and unit supplements, and locally-developed guidance.

The Contractor shall coordinate with Scheduling to ensure crewmembers are scheduled for ground or ancillary training, listed in the AFI 11-2MDSV1 for the aircraft attached to the 58th SOW, 33rd FW, and 56th FW and AFI 11-202V1 (Chap 1-9) as well as applicable MAJCOM and local supplements.

The Contractor shall coordinate with the Wing or Group Deployment Manager as needed to ensure pre-deployment training requirements are met IAW listed reporting instructions.

The Contractor shall prepare the periodic training / testing plans IAW AFI 11-2MDS-V1 for the aircraft attached to the 58th SOW, 33rd FW, and 56th FW for approval by squadron Chief Training Officer when needed.

The Contractor shall prepare slides or other needed products for squadron Chief Training Officer approval for use in updates to squadron leadership containing the flight and readiness status of personnel.

  • The Contractor shall provide daily tracking of upgrade and continuation training accomplishment for the unit Operations Supervisor (or equivalent) as well as weekly summaries for the DO;
  • deadline will be as identified by the unit.

    Responsibilities :

    The Contractor shall generate, review and edit the following reports / forms IAW local procedure / policy when required in performance of their duties :

  • AF Form 4324, Aircraft Assignment / Aircrew Qualification Worksheet;
  • AF Form 4348. USAF Aircrew Certifications;
  • Locally developed forms or other AFI forms if applicable;
  • Aircrew qualification level summary (also known as the Letter of Xs );
  • Track Supervisor of Flying (SOF) training and update Letter of X’s (LOX) (Kingsley Field, Luke AFB and Eglin)
  • A copy of in-work and final documents prepared for squadron Chief Training Officer that shall go to Wing Current Operations (OSS / OSO) and Wing Stan / Eval (OGV) NLT 1600 the last day of each month;
  • Monthly and quarterly Ready Aircrew Program (RAP) reports and provide RAP inputs prepared for Chief Training Officer to send to Wing / Group OSS Training each quarter;
  • RAP reporting as needed by the current RAP tasking message;
  • Monthly summary of aircrew probation / regression status;
  • Grade Book report
  • AETC Form 904, Training Summary.
  • Complete AF Form 1522 for all Aircrew training i.e. marshalling test, CRM, and NVG academics (Kingsley Field)
  • The contractor shall track active duty and Air National Guard instructor pilot manning on a monthly basis. Information sent to wing commander and then to 19AF. (Kingsley Field)
  • The contractor shall report IP manning rank of Major and below to NGB A30 through SharePoint on web-site GKO (Kingsley Field)
  • The contractor shall coordinate Wing Familiarization Flight program to include, coordinate flight physicals, Aircrew flight Equipment Training, Clear to Fly checklist and D-Model availability with scheduling. (Kingsley Field).
  • The contractor shall coordinate Aerospace Physiology Training to include scheduling with AFMC Physiologist (Kingsley Field and Eglin AFB).
  • The contractor shall track PMEL calibration the Reduced Oxygen Breathing Device (ROBD) (Kingsley Field and Eglin AFB)
  • Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications :

  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience working in a DoDoperational flying unit (active duty, guard / reserve, contractor or civilian).
  • Minimum two (2) years of experience working with MicrosoftOutlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Ability to operate the following systems / programs :
  • Computer based training and integrated management system(TIMS,GTIMS, and PEX)
  • SharePoint websites and communities of practice
  • Microsoft Access highly desired
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