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Missing 24-6129

Air Force or Army: E-4 to E-6, W-1 to W-4, O-1 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Hill Air Force Base, Utah
Agency: Air Force Materiel Command Activity: OO-ALC - 309 AMARG
Service: Air Force Desired Grade: E-5, E-6

Tour Description:
A-10 two personnel: Inspect/repair/return to service A-10 ACES II ejection seats
F-16 two personnel: Inspect/repair/return to service F-16 ACES II ejection seats; Inspect/repair/return to service F-16 canopy's (off aircraft)
F-35 two personnel: Inspect/repair/return to service F-35 Martin Baker US16E ejection seats

Qualifications: Personnel need to be at least 5 level, but we prefer 7 Level as they can clear RED Xs. Applicant must possess AFSC skill level 2A673 and/or 2A653 to qualify. Aircrew Egress Systems (F-16) training certificate required, J3ABR2A633 048B Aircrew Egress Systems Apprentice Tech School certificate required, as well as A10, F16, F22, F35 Egress Fam J4AMP00203 TS2A, ACES II Seat J4AMP2A6X3 A48A, F16 Egress Sys. J4AMP2A6X3 A26A, F35 Egress Sys. J4AMP2A6X3 M28B.
To apply, contact: MSgt Adam Donahue - 317-319-8762
 
 

Intelligence Analyst 23-6337

Air Force or Army: E-6 to E-7

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Hill Air Force Base, Utah
Agency: Air Force Materiel Command Activity: OO-ALC - 309 SWEG
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-6, E-7

Tour Description:
Incumbent will produce weekly unclassified, secret, and top secret intelligence summaries to 4.4k software and acquisition personnel throughout the department of defense, assist security personnel in improving local area security culture through unclassified cyber security/intelligence briefings, and conduct routine current intelligence briefings to technical and non-technical staff. Incumbent will also assist in defensive cyber operations by providing indicators of compromise to network defense analysts and conducting research on indicators of malice identified on local, non-AFIN, software development networks. These efforts also include assisting full time staff in leading attack path analysis and table top exercises to identify potential network vulnerabilities and augmenting penetration tests with intelligence information. The incumbent will also assist in the development of the emerging USAF Software Directorate's first software supply chain risk management strategy responsible for peer reviewing locally developed strategy aimed at overhauling how the Air Force ingests commercial and open source software worldwide. Other duties, as assigned by the local area supervisor or the AFSC SIO are also likely. These may include, but are not limited to: local area threat briefings for major events (i.e., Air Shows), support for general officer/SES tasks, assisting in manpower, facilities, or system studies and requirements development.

Qualifications: Active TS/SCI Required Strong background in one of the following fields: information technology support (Tier II), software development, software assurance, systems engineering, offensive or defensive cyber operations, or supply chain risk management Current certifications are not required, but evidence of current or past certification is beneficial.
To apply, contact: MSgt Adam Donahue - 317-319-8762
 
 

Program Manager 23-6281

Air Force: O-2 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Hill Air Force Base, Utah
Agency: Air Force Materiel Command Activity: OO-ALC - 309 SWEG
Service: Air Force Desired Grade: O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Program Manager Highly motivated and articulate leader. Problem solver skills required. Work with squadron Project Directors to managed various projects within SWEG. Develop and administer project specific requirements. The individual manages tasks with engineering, program control, and configuration management. They will manage program progress to ensure availability of operable and supportable subsystems. They must know program management procedures pertinent to software development and production. Become familiar with Agile software development and assist in Agile development rituals such as sprint planning, backlog grooming, and program increment planning. Learn Scrum Master Role within Agile software development framework Develop cost estimates, create reports and metrics to measure spend plans and burn rates Develop program schedules, manage critical path. Become familiar with Art of the Possible and implement goals and metrics for Art of the Possible activity Create presentations and status reports for program management reviews Highly motivated and articulate leader. Problem solver skills required. Work with squadron Project Directors to managed various projects within SWEG. Develop and administer project specific requirements. The individual manages tasks with engineering, program control, and configuration management. They will manage program progress to ensure availability of operable and supportable subsystems. They must know program management procedures pertinent to software development and production. Become familiar with Agile software development and assist in Agile development rituals such as sprint planning, backlog grooming, and program increment planning. Learn Scrum Master Role within Agile software development framework Develop cost estimates, create reports and metrics to measure spend plans and burn rates Develop program schedules, manage critical path. Become familiar with Art of the Possible and implement goals and metrics for Art of the Possible activity Create presentations and status reports for program management reviews;.

Qualifications:
Professional Skill Level:
  • Mandatory: Level II certification is PM
  • Desired: Data Science/Analysis, Operations Research; MBA or Systems Management experience; JPME Level I; Project Management Professional (PMP) certification
  • Security Clearance Required: Secret
To apply, contact: MSgt Adam Donahue - 317-319-8762
 
 

Software Developer 23-6280

Air Force: O-2 to O-4

 
Length: 1 Year; Location: Hill Air Force Base, Utah
Agency: Air Force Materiel Command Activity: OO-ALC - 309 SWEG
Service: Air Force Desired Grade: O-2, O-3, O-4

Tour Description:
Highly motivated and articulate leader. Problem solver skills required. Develop software that would support the F-16 and Joint Simulation Environment. Object Oriented software development activities Modeling and Simulation of real-world aircraft, weapon systems, satellites, radios, messages, etc. Software testing using automated test technology Pipeline development and deployment for Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment Reducing technical debt by re-factoring legacy codebases and updating to modern software development practices Agile Software development techniques to include daily stand-up, sprint planning, development of minimum viable products and continuous improvement

Qualifications:
Professional Skill Level:
  • Mandatory: Computer Science Degree; Computer Engineering Degree; Electrical Engineering Degree; other engineering degree with focus/experience in Software development
  • Desired: Competency in C++ programming; Competency in C programming; competency in other modern programming language • Security Clearance Required: Secret
To apply, contact: MSgt Adam Donahue - 317-319-8762
 
 

Electronics Mechanic 23-6203

Air Force: E-3 to E-8

 
Length: 180 Days; Location: Hill Air Force Base, Utah
Agency: Air Force Materiel Command Activity: OO-ALC - 309 MMXG
Service: Air Force Desired Grade: E-3, E-4, E-5, E-6, E-7, E-8

Tour Description:
Depot-level inspection, disassembly, troubleshooting, repair, assembly and test of electronics components. Unpackage and package electronics components. Perform prior-to-use inspections and functional checkouts of Automatic Test Equipment (ATE). Prepare electronics components for test and operate ATE. Interpret test results. Read, interpret, and follow technical data to include schematics and maintenance procedures. Assist engineering personnel in troubleshooting or investigating faults or failures if required. Document maintenance actions. Use, maintain, and account for common hand tools and electronics test equipment. Follow safety, security, housekeeping, and reporting instructions. Adhere to Personnel Reliability Program reporting requirements (reference DoDM5210.42_AFMAN13-501). Requesting unit shall provide training for depot-specific maintenance requirements and component-specific procedures.

Qualifications: AFSC of 2A6X6, 2M0X1, or 2W2X1. MOS of 15FXX, 27EXX, 35AXX, 35BXX, 35FXX, or 68FXX. Requires Top Secret security clearance. Desired experience with the Personnel Reliability Program (reference DoDM5210.42_AFMAN13-501).
To apply, contact: MSgt Adam Donahue - 317-319-8762