UTAH NATIONAL GUARD
AIR TECHNICIAN VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Temporary position not to exceed 30 September 2012.
NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the Utah National Guard. Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Acceptance of an excepted position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment. Applicants who are not currently a member of the Utah National Guard must be eligible for immediate membership and employment in the Utah National Guard.
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Medical screening will be completed upon selection for hire.
Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is not authorized.
Shift work may be required.
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Serves as the Logistics Officer with responsibility for overall program management, direction, and control of wing logistics planning that includes multiple units and may include geographically separated units where no logistics management personnel are assigned. The primary purpose of this position is to manage, direct, develop and implement policy programs and procedures for the accurate management of Wing Logistics planning. Serves as the Logistics Officer/Specialist and provides administrative and technical oversight to a lower-graded specialist. This position is responsible for fully prepared, assigned unit personnel and equipment for Aerospace Expeditionary Force/Wing (AEF/AEW) Operations around the world. Manages, directs, and implements the local formulation and publication of installation deployment guidance based on regulations, manuals, instructions, and directives issued by higher headquarters. Serves as the Installation Deployment Officer (IDO), and acts for the Commander, regarding actions required to deploy in support of Aerospace Expeditionary Forces (AEF), contingency operations, Operations Other Than War (OOTW), and exercises. Reviews USAF, NGB, and MAJCOM deployment procedures to analyze the impact and, if necessary, provide modifications to procedures for the wing and units. Establishes deployment policy and sets procedures for the integrated efforts of aircraft maintenance, supply, transportation, civil engineering, operations, and supported units for mission essential deployment operations and logistics war planning. Ensures that units meet pre-execution and command and control requirements for deployments. Analyzes time-phased force deployment requirements to develop plan annexes and schedules for inclusion in the execution phase of wing deployments. Plans and controls the movement of personnel and equipment during simulated and actual deployments and exercises. Identifies all required deployment/redeployment support with the Wing Staff Air Mobility/Command (AMC) and Air Combat Command (ACC) regarding the transportation of equipment and personnel. Determines the type and number of aircraft required for mission deployment/redeployment. Validates load plans, priority shipments, and customs clearance requirements. Ensures that all unit personnel and equipment are properly identified and prepared for deployment/redeployment. Assists the Wing Commander and MAJCOM in determining the type, number or quantity of troops and equipment available for tasking; and schedules, through correspondence, with headquarters (i.e., ACC, AMC, NGB, ANGRC, and Numbered Air Forces to accomplish specific mission requirements. Plans, develops, directs, and conducts deployment training for the wing and units. Develops and schedules training courses and approves lesson plans developed by functional areas. Develops and schedules manpower and workload requirements for the organization deployment work centers and ensures they are fully staffed and trained. Assists units by providing guidance and conducting staff assistance visits to identify, correct, and assist with deployment problems. Assesses deployment capabilities with unit commanders to ensure that required deployment training is being conducted. Briefs the Wing Commander, Vice Commander and Unit Commanders on deployment training programs and requirements. Reviews Operation Plans (OPLANS), Concept Plans (CONPLANS), Concept of
Operations (CONOP); and USAF Special Operations, Exercise, and Exercise Order plans received from and directed by higher headquarters (or locally generated) to determine overall wing and unit tasking. Analyzes Wartime Aircraft Activity (WAA) tasking; determines availability of tasked personnel and equipment for tasking; and manages the War Reserve Material (WRM) assets at home station and deployed locations. Prepares appraisals of tasking to include short falls, limiting factors (LIMFACs), and problems. Compiles and submits to higher headquarters, formal supportability/feasibility studies of units capabilities in meeting tasking. Develops programming plans; base support plans; survival, recovery, and reconstitution plans; and accomplishes joint support planning. Publishes base level annexes to OPLANS, CONPLANS, CONOP; and USAF special operations, exercise, and exercise orders plans. Manages the wing support agreement program for the Commander. As the wings focal point, negotiates, writes, coordinates, and monitors Inter/Intra Service Support agreements; memorandums of understanding/agreement; disposal and contingency agreements; and exercise and deployment agreements. Ensures reimbursements are identified to the Financial Management Board (FMB). These agreements are between host base units; tenant units; and a variety of other military services, civil airport authorities, and DOD/NON-DOD agencies located on base, in the vicinity, or at overseas planned wartime host bases and nations. Resolves disagreements at the local level and ensures resolution when disagreements require higher headquarters involvement; and makes final review for regulatory compliance and accuracy of support to finalize the agreements process. Conducts training of unit/functional area agreement coordinators as required. Serves as the Wing Defense Retail Interservice Support (DRIS) coordinator. Acts as the wing focal point for WRM programs and serves as the War Reserve Material Officer (WRMO). Receives annual budgets and accomplishes surveillance inspections for War Consumable Distribution Objective (WCDO) programs. Accomplishes annual budget duties to ensure funds are available for stocking all WRM assets. Determines and establishes training requirements for WRM monitors. Conducts WRM review boards as required. Ensures that all deployed assets are properly accounted for, controlled, and reported. Reviews and analyzes overseas/CONUS Prepositioning Procurement Program (PPP) for effect on unit contingency requirements and pares/tailors unit deployment packages to ensure efficient airlift utilization and scheduling. Manages and directs the overall implementation of automated systems such as the Integrated Deployment System (IDS)/Automated Mobility Data Systems wing-level deployment process for both peacetime and contingency/wartime operations. IDS encompasses Logistics Plans Logistics Module of the Contingency Operations/Mobility Planning and Executive System (COMPES) (LOGMOD-B), Manpower and Personnel base-level module of COMPES (MANPER-B), Computer Aided Load Manifesting (CALM), Transportation Cargo Movement Operations System (CMOS), and the unit level Deployment Management System (DeMS). As the program manager, determines deployment data processing requirements, establishes system/program responsibilities, and develops procedures for implementation and interface of COMPES Logistics Module Base-Level (LOGMOD-B), COMPES Manpower Module Base-level (MANPER-B), CALM, and Cargo Movement Operations System (CMOS). Directs the maintenance of all data records required for accurate deployment information for all units assigned or attached including geographically separated units. Manages the JOSAC (Joint Support Aircraft) that involves central aircraft scheduling for assigned units. Manages pilot/non-pilot unit responsibilities in accordance with applicable directives. When acting as a UTC pilot unit, maintains responsibility for developing standard manpower and equipment changes in deployment packages and advises all non-pilot units system-wide. Resolves manpower and equipment differences. Adds, changes, or deletes requirements as UTCs evolve. Provides guidance and assistance to all non-pilot units of the Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard; attends NGB, and gaining MAJCOM workshops and conferences; and provides feedback information to non-pilot units from NGB and MAJCOMS. Develops and directs the formulation of loadplans and analyzes transportation requirements for the wing and units. Schedules all requirements through ANG and/or AMC to ensure personnel and equipment arrive according to planned tasking. Coordinates with Transportation Management Office (TMO) for movements by MTMC. Reviews resource/logistical plans, programs, and deployment activities with the Wing Commander/Air Commander to insure that authorized mobility equipment is available, on order, and properly budgeted for. Develops program priorities and determines dollar requirements. Makes recommendation to the FMB on allocations of budget targets for all UTCs assigned, WRM, and deployment equipment. Analyzes and validates logistical inputs for the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) Unit Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS). Monitors the status of unit logistical readiness and deviations in the total logistical posture. Recommends necessary actions to preclude or mitigate effects of support deficiencies. Serves as base focal point for the UTC Management Information System (UMIS) and Manpower Equipment Force Packaging System (MEFPAK) used for identifying new tasking and informing commanders of updates to current UTCs. Analyzes all plans for correlation between the UTC, the UTC Management Information System (UMIS), and Designed Operational Capacity (DOC) statements for all wing and supported units readiness reporting and tasking. Identifies and reports problems and discrepancies to the Wing Commander, unit, and/or higher headquarters functional managers. Recommends resolutions when unable to resolve problems at base level. Attends wing and unit level staff meetings. Represents the Wing/Air Commander at deployment planning conferences conducted by higher headquarters when resource/ logistics planning, agreements or related matters are involved. Works closely with key officials at all levels, both within and outside the base, wing, command, Air Force, Joint Deployment Agency (JDA), NGB, ACC, AMC and MAJCOM. Presents briefings as required to commanders and unit personnel regarding current status of logistics, war planning, and/or deployment programs. Conducts and participates in site surveys to ascertain, identify, and plan airlift and logistical support requirements needs to deploy, employ, sustain and redeploy the Wing and units. Performs other duties as assigned.
LOCATION OF POSITION: 151st Logistics Readiness Squadron, Salt Lake City, Utah
POSITION DESCRIPTION NUMBER: D1414P01
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Statewide
APPOINTMENT TYPE: TEMPORARY. The expected length of this position is 30 September 2012. Temporary positions may be terminated or extended in accordance with regulatory guidance and at management's discretion.
APPOINTMENT REQUIREMENTS: Officer
MILITARY REQUIREMENTS: Selected candidates will be required to be in a compatible military grade and assignment prior to the effective date of placement.
MILITARY COMPATIBILITY: 021RX
VICE: Vacant Position
SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Cpt Dan Frost
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: This position has no known promotion potential.
FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING A SECURITY CLEARANCE (SECRET OR TOP SECRET) THE APPLICANT MUST POSSESS OR BE ABLE TO OBTAIN A CLEARANCE WITHIN ONE YEAR OF APPOINTMENT.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: For successful performance in this position, each applicant must fully justify on their application how they meet each KSA listed.
1. Experience in identifying activities that are involved in logistical support operations.
2. Skill in integrating the actions of two or more specialized support activities for the purpose of meeting program goals.
3. Ability to monitor such functions as program planning, resource and fiscal management, training, manpower management, and/or automated data processing to meet the logistics plan and identify delays or problems.
4. Skill in working with persons at various levels and backgrounds.
GS-12 requires 36 months of specialized experience.
Participation in direct deposit is mandatory.
Medical screening will be completed upon selection for hire.
Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is not authorized.
Airman who accept a technician position will be terminated from the Bonus and Student Loan Repayment Program (SLRP).
Indefinite positions may be converted to permanent status without further competition.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Once the application process is complete, a review of your application will be made to ensure you meet the job requirements. To determine if you are qualified for this job, a review of your resume and supporting documentation will be made and compared against your responses to the occupational questionnaire. The rating you receive is based on your responses to the questionnaire and supporting documents. If, after reviewing your resume and or supporting documentation, a determination is made that you have inflated your qualifications and or experience your score can and will be adjusted to more accurately reflect your abilities. Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating.
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