ITility, LLC

  • Global Force Management Aviation Scheduling Support

    Job Locations US-VA-LANGLEY AFB
    Posted Date 1 month ago(2/20/2019 6:52 PM)
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  • Overview

    Assist in the scheduling  of CAF forces for worldwide contingency operations and training through the Global Force Management and Air Expeditionary Force construct.


    Advise ACC/A30 on how to program, manage, schedule CAF fighter, bomber, ISR, CSAR forces to support deployment and training requirements.
    Develop/coordinate the CAF Consolidated Planning Schedule.
    Develop courses of action/staff packages for AF leadership.
    Prepare/deliver briefings to AF leadership.
    Proved support to ACC Contingency Action Team, as required.
    Conduct analyses using FORTRESS software.


    Bachelor's Degree.
    Graduate of DoD Pilot, navigator or Air Battle Manager training course and have at least 5 years of operational experience.
    2 years of staff officer experience on a headquarters level staff.
    2 years of operations scheduling experience at the wing or higher level.

    ITility is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    ITility is committed to providing a work environment that is non-discriminatory, harassment free, fair, ethical and inclusive.

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