ITA International

  • ACC A6 USAF Installation and Mission Support Center (AFIMSC) Staff Support

    Job Location US-VA-Hampton
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  • Overview

    ITA International (ITA) is a provider of integrated support services to include analysis, planning, training, acquisition management, cyber/intelligence, engineering, logistics, and maritime support services to government, non-governmental organizations and commercial customers worldwide.                                                                                                


    ITA International is currently seeking motivated and talented individuals who can offer the knowledge, skills, and experience of an Air Support Operations Centers/Tactical Air Control Support for our Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia location.  This position is contingent upon contract award.


    Provide communications and information systems program management, advice and expertise for Military Construction and Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization for AFIMSC (Det 8).
    Attend approximately 10 ACC/A7 Integrated Process Teams (IPT), HQ AFSPC/A4M and ACC base level SCXs EI meetings via TDY, VTC and/or Telecon as required. Coordinate Quarterly ACC/Base level SCX Engineering and Installation (E&I) teleconferences. Maintain/forward minutes/notes to COR for distribution to meeting attendees as required.
    Provide functional validation and prioritization of construction projects for communication squadron facilities for HQ ACC A6X.
    Evaluate, document and brief A6 staff on base comprehensive plans and projects to determine communications and information systems impacts and shortfalls.
    Evaluate alternative communications services to ensure that operational requirements are satisfied by the most cost effective means.
    Evaluate unfunded submissions for 3400 (Operations & Maintenance (O&M)) and 3080 (Procurement) Comm-Electronics/Land Mobile Radio (LMR) Unfunded Communications Requirements and apply the ACC and Air Force Level communications risk management matrices to prioritize all unfunded requirements.
    Provide HQ ACC Communications O&M Infrastructure E&I Work Plan requirements extracted from CIPS for HQ ACC/A6.
    Advise A6 leadership on mission impact and priority for the installation and upgrade of all Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (ATCALS), network, radio and cable systems.
    Consolidate ACC E&I Infrastructure requirements and initiatives for ACC Work Plan utilizing the AF E&I Framework mission impact matrix and prioritize future year O&M infrastructure requirements for AFSPC/A4M funding approval.
    Evaluate alternative communications infrastructure requirements to ensure operational requirements implementation by the most cost effective means.
    Work closely with the 38th Cyberspace Engineering and Installation Group and provide bi-weekly E&I project status updates to ACC/A6XR on all ACC current year projects on the consolidated AF work plan.
    Assist ACC/A8 with beddown requirements when the customer requires E&I resources from the 38th CEIG.
    Validate communications E&I infrastructure requirements submitted by ACC CSI for 3400/3080 funds through Subject Matter Experts and the AF E&I Framework. Coordinate with ACC staff and other Air Force (AF) agencies on provisioning of organic E&I services for bed down of new missions.
    Work closely with CSIs to ensure implementation of the Communications O&M Infrastructure Work Plan and coordinate with Air National Guard (ANG) Total Force Group (TFG) and E&I Squadrons (EIS) to identify proper candidates for ANG/TFG workload.


    One (1) year experience working with/on higher headquarters staff. Personnel must also demonstrate ability to address/converse with and brief Air Force General Officers and Senior Civilians.
    Bachelor’s degree in IT-related field or five years’ experience, ending within the last five years.
    One (1) year experience demonstrating project management skills, ending within the last 5 years.

    An active secret clearance


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