- Determine combat schedule requirements by comparing anticipated (Secret) sortie taskings (such as from combat Air Tasking Order (ATO), Skynet software, and/or MQ-1/MQ-9 liaison officer communication) against the qualification, availability, and training requirements of assigned crewmembers.
- Build long- and short-range shift schedules to ensure full (usually 24/7/365) coverage of all combat pilot, sensor operator, mission intelligence coordinator, instructor, and supervisor positions.
- De-conflict all crewmember leave, training, temporary duty, appointments, etc. to ensure full schedule coverage at all times.
- Track daily flight/ground/academic training requirements and accomplishments to facilitate accurate flight scheduling.
- Facilitate last-minute schedule changes to ensure full coverage.
- Arrange schedule to facilitate qualification, upgrade, and continuation training accomplishment.
- Obtain simulator availability data from Operations Support Squadron (OSS) Scheduling and schedule crewmembers for continuation training and/or emergency procedures simulators.
- Publish/post scheduling data on secret and unclassified computer systems.
- Enter data into Patriot Excalibur (PEX), Skynet, Access, and Excel-based database systems or future equivalent systems.
- Ensure schedule data is published/available during periods when scheduling office is unoccupied.
- Comply with ops group and scheduling chiefs’ locally-developed guidance when building schedule.
- Provide inputs to 432 OSS Scheduling to build annual flying hour program in accordance with (IAW) Air Force Instruction (AFI) 11-102 and accomplish weekly flying hour program updates, as required.
One (1) year experience working as a Basic Scheduler in a DoD aviation unit; a Top Secret/SCI security clearance; and, proficient in the use of Microsoft Office.