Armorer Support,

Employment Type

: Full-Time


: Miscellaneous

Job Summary:  Oversee the unit's Combat Arms program and serve as the unit's primary armorer, managing weapons training support operations to include activities on firing ranges, multiple facilities, resource and supply functions, weapons maintenance operations, and a munitions account.


  •  Secret Clearance required
  • Education and Experience:

  • Two years' Experience as an AF military member awarded AFSC 3P0X1B with Special Experience Identifier (SEI) 312, or a DoD civilian with equivalent qualification (defined as a graduate of the Air Force Combat Arms Apprentice Course, Navy Master at Arms (MA) Trainer/Planner, Army Master Gunner at Battalion Level or higher, or Marine Corps Master Gunner (MG qualified))
  • Essential Duties:

  • Review and update operations instructions annually, documenting reviews electronically or on a general-purpose form.
  • Build and maintain Operations Instructions to provide guidance for local policies/procedures required to manage the unit's SA/LW training, range operations, and SA/LW maintenance programs IAW squadron policy.
  • Ensure all modifications to SA/LW systems, whether permanent or temporary, are approved by the Small Arms Program Office, and coordinated with Air Force Security Forces Center, Weapons Management Branch, Combat Arms AFSFC/FGWL.
  • Create a SA/LW inspection report for all types of inspections (i.e., Semi-Annual, Pre-Embarkation, Pre-Issue, Turn-In), to be completed within five duty days of completing the inspection. Address the report to the weapon custodian of the unit possessing the SA/LW, with a suspense date to correct the discrepancies not to exceed 30 calendar days.
  • Manage the physical security regarding weapons, munitions, and keys.
  • Account for all weapons, munitions, and associated equipment.
  • Design armories and clearing zones, IAW AFIs/AFMANs (e.g., AFMAN 31-129) and local requirements.
  • Ensure all assigned and TDY personnel are safely handling weapons IAW AFMANs (e.g., AFMAN 31-129, attachments 2 through 18) and local requirements.
  • Verify each individual's authorization to receive weapons and/or ammunition.
  • Manage the weapons cleaning program.
  • Ensure each weapon is cleared before issue or turn-in.
  • Visually inspect and clear each weapon to ensure all ammunition is removed prior to storage. Store weapons IAW AFMAN (e.g., AFMAN 31-129, attachments 2 through 18).
  • Determine accurate combat weapons support requirements.
  • Identify short- and long-term resource and funding issues, and make resolution recommendations to commander.
  • Research and identify cost-effective training requirements for assigned personnel. Develop and implement a comprehensive training plan within established timeframes.
  • Perform Combat Arms Training & Maintenance (CATM) duties IAW AFIs/AFMANs and local guidance.
  • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Obtain and maintain qualification on all instructed SA/LW and courses, for which you are required to instruct.
  • Must have strong communication skills and be able to effectively communicate technical issues.
  • Must have the ability to troubleshoot problems accurately.
  • Must be able to operate effectively under pressure and possess a patient attitude to deal with a variety of situations and personalities.
  • The ability to listen attentively, speak calmly and document user problems comprehensively.
  • VectorCSP is a Federal contracting small business based out of North Carolina. We help our nation's military and government leaders realize the Cost, Schedule, and Performance goals of their organizations through our expert integrated logistics, engineering, training, and strategic program management support.

     We offer Medical, Vision, LTD, STD, Life Insurance, Dental, 401K, PTO and Tuition Reimbursement to those who qualify.

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