The Deputy Director provides executive leadership and direction for all HQ AFMC/A3/6 functions including formulating military and civilian organizational policy and exercising control over 110 military, civilian and contractor personnel and authorizations. The Deputy Director represents HQ AFMC/A3/6 at official functions and community events and acts as the senior directorate official in his/her absence.Learn more about this agency
The Deputy Director will execute Air Force-level, force provisioning responsibilities in support of MAJCOM requirements and provide day-to-day continuity of operations to sustain the global force management plan.As the principal direct advisor to the HQ AFMC/A3/6, the Deputy Director is responsible for the formulation, establishment and execution of AFMC operational and test plans, programs, policies and budgets. The incumbent oversees and advises on the development of AFMC Cyberspace strategy and implementation plans, ensuring synchronization of and providing oversight and guidance for major strategy initiatives for the Cyberspace Mission Area. The incumbent oversees and advises on the development of AFMC policy for the Cyberspace mission area in fulfillment of MAJCOM Cyberspace strategies; integrate and synchronize Cyberspace Operations/warfare policy with Cyberspace support policy. The incumbent provides oversight and advice, participates and maintains situational awareness on the planning, programming, resource allocation, design, procurement, development, test, and implementation of Cyberspace Operations capabilities in fulfillment of MAJCOM Cyberspace Strategies and Policies to ensure Cyberspace dominance in peace, crisis and war; validates requirements for Cyberspace Operations capabilities. The incumbent coordinates closely with AF senior level officials to ensure warfighter Cyberspace capabilities issues are clearly represented and successfully advocated. The incumbent captures key requirements to ensure the evolution of Cyberspace Operations is optimized for the warfighter, oversees the development and staffing of key requirements documents as they achieve validation within the MAJCOM and Air Force processes, and aligns leadership positions with AF and DOD efforts to ensure unity of effort is achieved. The incumbent participates in the USAF Weapons System Cyber Campaign Plan as a Line-of-Effort (LOE) lead for LOE 3 (Recruit, Hire, and Train the Cyber Workforce).
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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