Senior Commissioned Air Force Officer Mentorship/Instructor

Location: Various, Any
DCS is looking for senior commissioned U.S. Air Force Officers (O6-O10) to provide instruction in various subject matters to Active Duty Air Force Officers.
 

The United States Air Force Air Force (USAF) requires contractor assistance in the development of today’s Airmen and the improvement of today’s Air Force through applied research and Subject Matter Expert (SME) support. Leveraging the knowledge and skills of retired senior leaders from previous Air Force generations has been a demonstrated method to successfully develop the succeeding generation of Airmen and to improve today’s Air Force. To support this objective, the USAF aims to secure the services of Adjunct Professors/SME/Researchers who possess the unique knowledge, skills, abilities as well as the experience to educate and develop today’s Air Force Airmen, to perform applied research, and to provide subject matter expertise leading to the improvement of the Air Force.  The USAF also aims to secure the administrative support staff to effectively serve and support the cadre of Adjunct Professors/SME/Researchers (Hereinafter referred to as ACPs). The USAF envisions this cadre of ACPs will contribute to the development of Airmen by participating in formal instruction, curriculum development, research, outreach, and lessons learned functions.

Minimum Qualifications:
  1. Basic knowledge and experience in applying instructional facilitation techniques
  2. Basic knowledge of learning theory
  3. Basic knowledge of instructional design practices, principles, techniques and curriculum development
  4. Basic knowledge and experience in developing and utilizing instructional lesson plans
  5. Extensive knowledge and experience in using the Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS)
  6. Basic knowledge of and competency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
Desired Candidate Profile:

Tier 1: It is preferred that approximately 50% of the cadre should be individuals that have personally served at the highest levels of leadership within Air Force, DoD and Interagency organizations. For reference only, this type of experience and capabilities are often found in General Officers and Senior Executive Service (SES) members that served at the rank of O-9 or O-10 or government civilian equivalent grades in one or more of the following official capacities as defined by Air Force Doctrine (https://doctrine.af.mil/) or Air Force Instructions:


i.    U.S. Ambassador to a foreign nation
ii.    Secretary of the Air Force
iii.    Undersecretary of the Air Force
iv.    Combatant Commander
v.    Joint Forces Air Component Commander (JFACC)
vi.    Combined Forces Air Component Commander (CFACC)
vii.    Commander of Air Force Forces (COMAFFOR)
viii.    Joint Task Force (JTF) Commander
ix.    Commander of an Air Expeditionary Task Force
x.    MAJCOM Commander
xi.    Lead of a Joint Air Component Coordination Element (JACCE) to a Combatant Commander or Joint Task Force Commander
xii.    Vice Commander of a Combatant Command
xiii.    Numbered Air Force Commander

Tier 2 It is preferred that approximately 50% of the cadre should be individuals who have personally served in high-level leadership positions within the Air Force, DoD and Interagency organizations. For reference only, this type of experience and capabilities are often found in General Officers that served at the rank of O-7 or higher (O-6 or higher for Cyberspace specialties) and in one or more of the following official capacities as defined by Air Force Doctrine (https://doctrine.af.mil/) or Air Force instructions:
 
  1. Joint Forces Air Component Commander (JFACC)
  2. Combined Forces Air Component Commander (CFACC)
  3. Commander of Air Force Forces (COMAFFOR)
  4. Joint Task Force (JTF) Commander
  5. Commander or Vice Commander of an Air Expeditionary Task Force
  6. MAJCOM Vice Commander
  7. Numbered Air Force Commander
  8. Commander of the US Air Force Air Warfare Center
  9. Combatant Command Director of Operations
  10. Air Force Forces (AFFOR) Director of Operations
  11. JTF or Air Expeditionary Task Force Deputy Commander or Deputy Director
  12. JTF or Air Expeditionary Task Force Director of Staff
  13. Lead of a Joint Air Component Coordination Element (JACCE)
  14. Air Operations Center (AOC) Commander
  15. (Cyber) AFFOR/A6
  16. (Cyber) MAJCOM/A6
  17. (Cyber) MAJCOM Chief Information Officer
  18. (Cyber) MAJCOM Deputy Chief Information Officer
  19. (Cyber) Numbered Air Force A6
  20. (Cyber) Air Expeditionary Task Force A6
  21. (Cyber) Cyber Wing or Cyber Group Commander
It is the policy of DCS to provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees.  DCS does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, veteran status, marital status, or any other category protected by applicable federal and state law.  DCS also makes reasonable accommodations for handicapped and disabled employees.

Must Be a U.S. Citizen

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