Experience directing multiple airborne and maritime assets in support of complex range events. Knowledge of weapons characteristics and tactics is a plus.
This position supports Fleet Forces Atlantic Exercise Coordination Center (FFAECC) located at the Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility Virginia Capes (FACSFAC VACAPES) at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana, Virginia. The FFAECC team provides air/sea space scheduling and de-confliction services, administrative support and the unique service of providing a single point of contact to each and every unit, command and agency that conducts DoD operations within the assigned warning areas and special use airspace. Assistant Hazardous Events Coordinator/Missile Control Officer responsibilities include: assist in providing asset scheduling and planning services for USN staffs and units executing live-fire events supporting the Fleet Readiness Training Plan cycle for deploying forces. Assist in providing asset scheduling and planning services for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) live-fire events utilizing east coast overwater ranges and assets. Provide Range Control services which include directing aircraft and surface assets in support of hazardous naval training events. Manage and update long-range schedules of future training and certification events and provide conflict resolution for assets. Provide technical support for scheduling and exercise conferences, assist lead hazardous events coordinator in researching and providing information required by customers. Candidate will be responsible for updating spreadsheets and databases as required. Candidate will assist in coordinating Large Force Exercises, provide specific coordination with east coast Special Warfare Commands, and coordinate with aviation and maritime staffs and units planning and conducting hazardous events.
Required Skills & Experience