In order to meet the minimum qualifications for this LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OFFICER position, you must meet the following criteria.
Experience, education or training involving judgment and/or analytical ability in the logistics field. Experience using computer and automation systems.
At least 36 months experience, education, or training identifying activities involving logistical support operations. Experience integrating the actions of a variety of specialized support activities in order to develop a comprehensive logistics plan. Experience monitoring such functions as program planning, resource and fiscal management, training, manpower management, and/or automated data processing to meet the logistics plan. Experience identifying delays or problems and developing corrective actions. Experience working with people from various levels and backgrounds to elicit their cooperation to perform specific tasks, and complying with regulations, laws, or practices.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE:
A maximum or 12 months of the required experience may be substituted by successful completion of undergraduate study in an accredited college or university at the rate of 30 semester hours for 12 months of experience. The education must have been in fields directly (i.e., business administration, logistics management, traffic management etc.)
Candidates will be evaluated on the basis of the KSA's listed below. Applicants are encouraged to address the KSA's in their application or resume or by submitting a supplemental statement with their application. Written response to each KSA will ensure that specialized experience criteria is recognized and credited.
(1) Knowledge and skills in managing and administering aircraft logistics activities within Aircraft Generation Division and Maintenance Division (Component Repair Division and Equipment Maintenance Oivision, if applicable) . Must have knowledge in planning, developing, and publishing aircraft logistics policies and procedures within the general framework, as established by higher echelons of command. Must be able to manage the overall maintenance and related support act1vities to assure timely, effective and complete logistical support of base, group, wing, state, National Guard Bureau and Air Force mission requirements. Knowledge and skills in supervising the preparation of plans for logistical support of operational missions. Must be able to review aircraft maintenance and related material support requirements in terms of specific objectives, relative priorities, capabilities and limitations. Must be able to advise commanders and staff on status of logistics programs, functional capabilities, and current and projected operational training and mission requirements. Knowledge and skills in serving on the flight planning committee to ensure proper scheduling of aircraft commitments commensurate with logistics capability.
(2) Knowledge and skills in supervising and directing the preparation of budget estimates; financial plans; studies of the aircraft logistics organization; manning requirements; facilityrequirements; mobility or contingency requirements; and publicacions related to maintenance methods, policies and procedures. Must be able to utilize the compilation and development of current aircraft logistics data, analysis, and report in order to analyze and keep abreast of aircrafc logistics trends; and to analyze the organization's logistical capabilities and evaluate logistical effectiveness.
(3) Knowledge and skill in coordinating logistic activities with supervisors, various base activities, and higher echelons of logistics such as Air Force Depot Weapons Systems Managers, NGB, Major Command Staff, etc. Maintains liaison with counterparts at other ANG bases, particularly those possessing the same type of aircraft, to ensure a prompt and free exchange of pertinent technical, management, and mission information. Participates in conferences and seminars as the aircraft logistics representative for the base or NGB, as required.
(4) Knowledge and skills in administering a sound aircraft logistics personnel management program to assure that personnel in staff, supervisory, and technieal positions are highly qualified and motivated. Interviews and selects applicants for supervisory positions or other key positions. Must be able to establish work performance standards for supervisors and key personnel; and assigns annual performance evaluations. Must be able to initiate disciplinary actions, promotion actions, and step increases. Must be able to recommend performance awards. Approve sick leave and annual leave for key personnel and approve overall leave schedules for the organization. Must have counseled subordinates, explain logistics and personnel policies, hear grievances and resolves work problems. Must have reviewed the overall human resource program within the organization to ensure that subordinate supervisors are effectively accomplishing their personnel management responsibilities. Reviews job description changes proposed by subordinate supervisors and assures accuracy and completeness of supervisory job descriptions. Makes periodic reviews of position structures to determine whe~her each position is necessary for accomplishment of operations and whether duties are assigned and organized in a manner which provides economy and efficiency of operations. Approves overall training for the logistics function.
(5) Knowledge and skills in administering a rigid safety and security program within the aircraft logistics organization.
(6) Knowledge and skills in serving as a technical advisor to accident investigation boards; and may have been assigned as a member of an accident investigation board.
(7) Knowledge and skills in participating in engineering studies and analysis of proposed modifications related to aircraft, aircraft engines, accessories, systems, and associated aerospace ground equipment. machinery, and ~ools.
(8) Knowledge and skills in preparing for and participating in various types of readiness evaluations sueh as ORI, IG and QAFA inspections and/or mobility and command support exercises. May serve as a member of a team coping with natural disasters or civil emergencies.
MILITARY REQUIREMENTS: Selected candidates will be required to be in a compatible military grade and assignment prior to the effective date of placement.
Compatible Military Assignments:
YOU MUST ALREADY BE A PERMENANT MILITARY TECHNICIAN FROM THE 105TH AW IN THE NEW YORK AIR NATIONAL GUARD TO BE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION.
PLEASE NOTE: In order for your application to be considered, you need to submit the following documents:
· DMNA FORM 108 (http://www.dmna.state.ny.us./forms/dmna108.doc) Click this link for a copy of the form
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 numeric rating you receive is based on your responses to the questionnaire. The score is a measure of the degree to which your background matches the knowledge, skills and abilities required of this position. 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 instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating and eligibility.
All qualified applicants will be forwarded to the selecting official, unless there are more than seven qualified applicants. In this case, the evaluation procedures in DMNA PAM 690-4, Chapter 5 will be used to further screen candidates prior to referral. A panel of three members will be appointed to rate the candidates using the KSA factors. Experience will be evaluated in terms of type and quality in relation to the requirements of the position. Length of service or experience will only be used when there is a clear relationship with quality of performance or when necessary to break ties when all other ratings are equal.
Following the determination of basic eligibility of the candidates as outlined in DMNA PAM 690-4, Chapter 5, qualified applicants will be referred to the selection official in the following sequence:
1. Category I: All excepted service technicians in the New York Army National Guard for Army technician vacancies and all excepted service technicians in the New York Air National Guard for Air technician vacancies, working at the location specified in the job announcement where the vacancy exists.
2. Category II: All currently employed excepted service technicians in either the New York Army or New York Air National Guard.
3. Category III: Qualified members of the New York National Guard (Army or Air), to include AGR personnel and temporary and Indefinite technicians, or other individuals who are willing to become members of the New York Army or Air National Guard.
* If there are fewer than three qualified applicants in Category I, then qualified applicants from Category II, III will be forwarded to the selection official, in sequential order, to provide at least three qualified applicants.