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CV- 22 Pilot

Job Summary

Functional Check Pilot for CV-22 aircraft. 1000 MP hours total, 300 CV-22 hours required. FAA commercial Pilot or ATPC and appropriate category and class ratings. Previously instructor qualified, prior experience instructing while conducting FCFs. Must
have completed CV-22 initial qualification training, Operational Check flight. CV-22 NVG certification required.

Seeking candidates for Cannon AFB operating location
Top Secret Clearance Required
Job Type: Contract
Job Type: Full-time
Medical, dental vision, Life, ADD, Long and Short Term Disability, 401K match

Required Experience

  • 300 Hours CV-22 time. Instructor qualified.: 1 year

MRT Lead

Job Summary

Support 492d SOW aircraft and CAA initial qualification, upgrade qualification, and continuation training by emulating friendly and opposing ground forces. Friendly force team lead will emulate a Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC), Ground Force Commander (GFC), or air assets as required. The opposing force team lead will direct personnel as necessary to mimic enemy Tactics, techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). Conduct operations using encrypted radios. Supported aircraft will include, but not be limited to PC-12, U-28, C-145, C-146, MC-130, and CV-22 tilt-rotor aircraft.

Medical, dental vision, Life, ADD, Long and Short Term Disability, 401K match
Job Type: Full-time

Desired education, experience, license/certification:

  • Associate
  • Combat Operations: 1 year
  • Night Vision Goggles: 1 year
  • Combat Control, JTAC, or similar experience
  • Driver’s License

Qualifications and Skills

  • Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English
  • SECRET Clearance Required and maintained
  • Must have working knowledge of the organizational interface of military, federal, state, and local agencies
  • Be familiar with military command and control structures
  • Must be able to safely lift and carry at least fifty (50) pounds
  • Possess a SOF background or be familiar with special operations procedures and requirements
  • Possess fundamental land navigation/map, compass and GPS skills sufficient enough to read and locate, using latitude and longitude and Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM)/Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) coordinates, boundaries, points of origin, point of impact, impact/strike points and other locations during all training missions
  • Must possess a valid civilian driver’s license and be able to hold a valid military driver’s license for the military vehicle(s) to be operated
  • Be able to conduct/report weather observations in accordance with FAA JO 7110.65, Chapter 2, Sections 6 and 7

Flight Simulator Engineer- Kirtland AFB, NM

Job Summary
  • Require one Flight Simulator Engineer or equivalent to serve as the sole representative for SA Technical Services, Inc. at Kirtland AFB and support aircrew training devices used for Air Force Special Operations Command training (various C-130 derivatives + CV-22). Individual will also be tasked to support similar systems at Cannon AFB and other locations as required. SECRET clearance REQUIRED.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in electrical, systems, or aeronautical engineering from an Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)-accredited educational program.
    • 10 years aircraft engineering experience.
    • 7 years training systems engineering and acquisition experience in the required training systems task areas

    The selected individual will apply training systems expertise and knowledge of DoD AF common engineering principles, scientific principles, criteria, and procedures to improve planned and existing AF training system sustainment. Provide specialized engineering (modeling & simulation, design, Live Virtual Constructive-Operational Training Infrastructure, DMO) support for all types of AFSOC training systems.

    • Assist in translating user requirements into system requirements which will be used to procure, install, integrate, test and document upgrades to systems and subsystems
    • Assist with the development of requirements and technology needs into action plans necessary to improve and retain training system capabilities
    • Perform technical/ mission analyses of existing and potential operational requirements, assists in developing system concepts, and perform technological/trade-off study assessments of proposed designs
    • Develop and review the overall system design baseline (architecture and interoperability requirements)
    • Review and analyze proposals, including regulatory and other policy driver changes, or proposed modifications for design feasibility and system compatibility
    • Review specifications, including system, and equipment specifications, CDRLs, and Interface Control Documents (ICDs) involved in programs
    • Support and conduct engineering performance, effectiveness, cost effectiveness, cost performance, life-cycle cost, production ability, maintainability, supportability, reliability, technical and schedule risk assessment, and scheduling trade-off studies
    • Support and conduct systems analyses to include, but not be limited to, system design/ design feasibility, state-of-the-art assessment, and configuration audits
    • Support the evaluation of Integrated Master Plan (IMP), and Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) engineering cost estimates
    • Provide systems/subsystems integration support for the acquisition, development, and verification of systems and equipment
    • Support technical meetings; technical interchanges, system requirement reviews, design reviews and test readiness reviews
    • Evaluate systems test plans; and participates in the conduct of system, subsystem, and component testing
    • Coordinate all communication with contractors, analysis reports, and other work products with the Government’s Lead Engineer in the Wright-Patterson Simulator Division
    • Support training device bed-down planning at both CONUS and OCONUS sites
    • Familiarity and compliance with all internal Simulators Division engineering policy and guidance, to include Systems Engineering Plans, Operating Instructions, and Engineering Practices Specialty Experience Desired
    • Technical background in training, modeling and simulation systems of Special Operations Forces (SOF)
    • Technical background in simulator Electronic Warfare (EW) databases, Digital Radar Landmass System (DRLMS), visual image generators (in particular Vital X and 1100) and Night Vision Goggles (NVG) systems
    • Familiar with the functionality and content of Job Guides and Technical Orders
    • Knowledge and implementation support of training and mission rehearsal operational requirements for SOF
    • Applying system-engineering disciplines to assist with the acquisition of training and mission rehearsal capabilities
    • Perform technical and systems engineering, cost estimation, and concurrency tracking of simulation systems
    • Act as a PMO liaison at test events and SIMCERTs
    • Assisting with information assurance activities relative to training device certification and accreditation initiatives
    • Assisting with Concurrency Management to include investigating concurrency issues, defining the concurrency requirement, obtaining budgetary quotes for the concurrency issues, and developing the purchase description for the modification

    Job Types: Full-time, Contract


    • Aircraft or simulator Engineering: 7 years

    Required work authorization:

    • United States