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Air Force Readiness Management Analyst

  • Defense Consulting Services, LLC
  • San Antonio, TX, USA
  • Feb 15, 2020

Job Description

Job Description

Air Force Readiness Management Analyst to work at AETC Headquarters

(DCS) Defense Consulting Services has an opening for a Readiness Management Analyst at the AETC Headquarters area working at JBSA Randolph in San Antonio, TX.  This position requires a Secret Clearance.

Are you highly efficient and an expert in Air Force Readiness? Do you believe that anything worth doing is worth doing right? Do you respond well to crisis situations?  Can you use facts/numbers to guide you in building programs and provide briefings to high ranking officers? Are you systematic, respectful, analytical and thorough? If so, we would like to talk with you.

DCS is currently working on a long-term project and is offering highly-qualified candidates a place to cultivate their knowledge, build upon their experience, and use their expertise to make a real difference.

DCS hires capable, competent and credible people.  DCS is committed to creating a culture where all are treated with dignity and respect because it brings out the full potential in each of us, which, in turn, contributes directly to our business success. We cannot afford to let anyone’s talents go to waste.

Required Qualifications:

·         Active Secret Clearance

·         Proficient in organizational and operational Air Force Readiness

·         Air Force background required

·         Ability to not only track and present the numbers but be able to analyze and define what the numbers mean

·         PMP certification preferred

·         Ability to shape/guide a new program and build the trend analysis

·         Ability to provide trends improvement ideas through the statistics/numbers

·         Experience preparing and presenting briefings to the Command Division, Director, Branch leadership and AE Units as required.

·         Knowledge Integrating Combat Support planning efforts, conducts readiness assessment of logistics activities, conducts contingency planning, base support and expeditionary site planning, WRM management, support agreement management, Acquisition Cross-Servicing Agreements, manages logistics Time-phased Force Deployment Data and Unit Type Codes. Enables international theater security cooperation and interoperability, operating in coalition or Joint environments often working with contractors, host-nations.

Primary Responsibilities:

Plan and analyze exercise requirements to include preparing requirements determinations,

sourcing validation, and execution of National, Joint- and Command-level exercises. The

support will include long-term planning and support in approximate 2-year cycle) of the Command Exercise, Plans and Programs processes.


Manage, and track training, policy, lessons learned from previous exercises, and trend analysis through observation of AETC installation exercises and review of AARs and RAP for AETC units.


Assist AETC Exercise Planners, as needed, in authoring and reviewing installation exercise scenario as they are being built, sourced, validated, verified, and executed using AFi’s and applicable AETC supplement s, AETC’s, Wing Supplements, Execution Checklists, and local Wing policies.


Manage AETC Exercise Program waiver review process to include recommendations of approval and disapproval of requests through use of directive AFi’s. Submit AFi change requests, provide guidelines on exercises expectations, evaluation areas, and report formats, and objectives to AETC units.


Service as an outreach for Exercise Planner training to educate new AETC Exercise personnel. Conduct monitor and track training and information sessions, as appropriate, via SAV’s, RlE’s, or VTC’s.


Manage Readiness Reporting Systems by retrieving and analyzing all AETC units' DRRS reports and ensuring compliance with applicable instructions. Provide monthly planned readiness reporting reviews and brief AETC A2/3/10 senior staff. Provide program updates to AETC senior staff as tasked to AETC A3OX.


Identify, track and provide information to AETC units to correct reporting errors which violate JCS, USAF or AETC guidance and analyze the data from Mission Essential Task Listings (METL) to identify errors or deficiencies. Ensure the DRRS database reflects the readiness level of all AETC operations and units by effectively managing the Readiness Reporting system and reviewing for currency and update of status.


Provide technical guidance to units in the areas of Readiness reporting for DRRS reporting to include guidance for the preparation, proof and perform edits to consolidate reports of Readiness information, DRRS to the AETC Commander and Director of Intelligence, Operations, and Nuclear Integration.   Prepare and submit in-depth quarterly readiness reviews to United States Joint Forces Command (JFCOMD) for use in fulfilling CJCS title 10 responsibilities to Congress.


Offers insight and guidance for the oversight of installation Mission Planning, to include AETC unit Continuity of Operations Plans, and Defense support of Civil Authorities planning by reviewing AETC installation and unit plans and recommending approval of those plans for publication once each meets the minimum AFI requirements.


Assist in analyzing threats, vulnerabilities, assessing risk, and applying counter-measures to include providing injects for the critical information list.


Guide commander focus on what is critical, the associated dependencies on infrastructure, cascading effects, time to effect mission, and practical solutions to mitigate risk based on risk analysis or critical infrastructure. Providing updates to AFCAMS.


All tier 1-lll TCAs and SICAs should be incorporated into physical security, antiterrorism, COOP, utility restoration priorities, emergency management, first responder, and consequence management priorities and plans as required and entered into AFCA s or approp1iate secure database


Identify and prioritize critical missions, capabilities, functions, systems, and supporting assets.              Help develop and implement a comprehensive and integrated MA risk- management construct for AETC.


MA must address and identify all threats and all hazards environment for DoD/AF and non-DoD/AF risks and the cascading effects on mission essential functions within AETC. Provide a command perspective as foundation for AETC Units and ensure it is properly recorded and shared with installations. Annually at minimum but as needed or required.


Perform independent and detailed analysis of AETC Exercises, Policies, Trend Analysis as well as Training issues. Staff and coordinate Command exercise plans and programs policies and integration issues with the appropriate AETC organization or unit.


Prepare and present briefings to the Command Division, Director, Branch leadership and AE Units as required. Attend weekly meetings and provide weekly written program update briefings to the Director and Division Chief.


Compensation & Benefits: We offer competitive salaries, generous paid time off, 401k plan and a full range of benefits including medical, RX, vision and dental coverage for full-time regular employees and dependents

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

It is the policy and commitment of DCS and related entities to ensure equal opportunity is provided in all employment opportunities and practices, regardless of race, color, religion, age, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided by OFCCP here.





Company Description

DCS is a professional solutions and services company that excels in security and professional services.