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  1. Overview
  2. Duties
  3. Qualifications & Evaluations
  4. Benefits & Other Info
  5. How to Apply

Job Title:AIR OPERATIONS OFFICER (PILOT/NAV) - Military Membership Required

Department:Department of the Air Force

Agency:Air National Guard Units (Title 32)

Job Announcement Number:F713820

This position is closed and no longer accepting online applications through USAJOBS.

The contents of the announcement can still be viewed.

SALARY RANGE:

$89,370.00 to $116,180.00 / Per Year

OPEN PERIOD:

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 to Friday, February 22, 2013

SERIES & GRADE:

GS-2101-13

POSITION INFORMATION:

Full Time - Indefinite

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:

13

DUTY LOCATIONS:

1 vacancy in the following location:
Elmendorf AFB, AK United StatesView Map

WHO MAY APPLY:

US Citizens and Status Candidates

JOB SUMMARY:

Ready for a great outdoors adventure? Join the Alaska National Guard today! You'll serve your community, your state and your country. As an Alaska National Guardsman, you may be involved in community efforts, responding to wildfires, earthquakes, or even rescue missions. It may also include deploying overseas or even partnering with foreign forces. So, what does the Alaska National Guard do? Whatever is needed, wherever it is needed. Join us today!

Take the challenge.  Find your strength.

To learn more about the National Guard, go to http://www.nationalguard.com/

 

***DUAL ADVERTISEMENT: This position is also being advertised as an Active Guard Reserve (AGR) under announcement number AKANG 13-39.  Only one vacancy exists and will be filled as either AGR or Technician.  If you wish to be considered as an AGR applicant, you must apply under the AGR announcement.***

Incentives may be available.  Payment of such incentives will be made IAW current Alaska HRO Policy.  Incentives are subject to funding availability, superior qualifications as determined by selecting supervisors, quality/recency of experience, and pool of qualified candidates.

NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENT: This is an excepted position and as such requires active membership in the Alaska Air National Guard, be assigned to a compatible military assignment and wear of the military uniform.  Acceptance of an excepted position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment.  Applicants who are not a current member of the Alaska Air National Guard must be eligible for immediate enlistment or appointment if selected for this position.  For enlistment/appointment information, contact 1-800-642-6228.

Opened Area(s) of Consideration:  1

DEFINITION OF AREA(S) OF CONSIDERATION:

Area 1 = AKNG permanent or indefinite technicians, AK AGR and Traditional members currently employed with the Alaska Army or Air National Guard.

PDCN:  E01920AK

Selecting Supervisor:   Kevin Schnell

KEY REQUIREMENTS

  • Alaska Air National Guard membership is required.
  • U.S. Citizenship required.
  • Bargaining Unit: Non-Bargaining
  • Selectee must verify U.S. employment eligibility using Form I-9
  • Selectee is subject to Entrance on Duty (EOD) physical to include audiogram
  • Secret Clearance is required with possible upgrade to Top Secret/SCI.

DUTIES:

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(1) Plans work to be accomplished by the organization which consists of about 15 or more full-time subordinates engaged in technical and administrative work. Sets priorities and prepares schedule for completion of work. Assigns work to subordinate Units based on priorities, selective consideration of difficulty and requirements of assignments, and the capabilities of employees. Reviews, accepts, amends or rejects work which has been reviewed by subordinate supervisors. Gives advice, counsel, or instruction to supervisors and subordinate employees on both general policy and administrative matters. Consults with subordinate supervisors and, training specialists on training needs. Provides or makes provision for such development and training. Make decision on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors. Collaborates with heads of other units to negotiate, decide on, and/or coordinate work-related changes affecting other units not personally supervised. Advises officials with broader and higher responsibilities on problems involving the relationship of the work of the organization supervised to broader programs, and its impact on such programs. Evaluates supervisors and reviews evaluations made by supervisors on other employees. Approves selections for nonsupervisory positions and recommends selections for supervisory positions. Hears and resolves group grievances and serious employee complaints not resolved at a lower level. Reviews serious disciplinary cases and disciplinary problems involving key employees and determines required action.  Supports equal employment opportunity and labor-management relations programs. Ensures efficient position management and that position descriptions of subordinates are accurate. Approves/disapproves leave. Prepares performance standards.

(2) Oversees all unit operations activities, both in the air and on the ground (for Pilots and Navigators), which based on unit mission and equipment, may include any of the following Air Operation program support functional areas: Training, Standardization and Evaluation, Tactics, Scheduling, Plans, Intelligence, Life Support, Flying Operations and Flight Management. Unit mission may require additional functions, e.g. Airspace Management, Air Evacuation Operations, Aero-Medical Operations, Aircraft Alert Operations, Airfield Management, Simulator Operations, Operational Support Aircraft (OSA) etc. Monitor work of subordinates and reviews written reports. Sets division policy and gives guidance to subordinates to ensure Air Force, gaining command, ANG, and unit directives are properly implemented to achieve operational readiness of the Unit.

(3) Develops long-range training and deployment plans for the unit to meet training goals, higher headquarters Inspection schedules and overseas deployment requirements. Coordinates required planning and resources with other units and higher headquarters to support and implement the training and deployment plan. Directs the development of unit training goals and long-range advanced planning to include facility/equipment modernization, improvement or replacement. Develops detailed plans for accomplishment of these training goals and advanced plans.

(4) Acts as a key advisor on the Commander's staff to coordinate unit flying operations with other ANG flying units and outside agencies, e.g. the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), civilian airport authorities, etc., and with unit maintenance, resources and support areas. Acts as central point of contact with local and regional FAA representatives in establishing letters of agreement for aircraft operations, developing and controlling military training airspace, investigating possible violations of flying directives, and coordination for local unit sponsored exercises for Pilots and Navigators.

(5) Serves as the Operations representative on the Commander's Financial Management Board. Develops and recommends the operations budget for approval to higher headquarters based on unit requirements and mission. Oversees the approved operations budget and allocates resources to meet training goals to include eifficient expenditure of man-day allocations. Serves as the operations representative on the Base Facilities Utilization Board.

(6) Develops and directs the unit flying hour program in coordination with higher headquarters and Current Operations to meet approved higher headquarters flying hour allocations for Pilots and Navigators. Oversees and coordinates the unit Status of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS) and the Aerospace UTC Reporting Tool (ART) reports with higher headquarters to determine unit mission capability under wartime conditions. Assesses the impact on organizational programs and resource management.

(7) Oversees all unit flight and ground training of assigned/attached flying personnel. Reviews and recommends establishment of formal courses of instruction, training aids, training programs, training standards, directives and memoranda pertaining to training of the unit and its assigned and attached elements. Monitors training programs to ensure maximum utilization of training facilities, adherence to training standards and avoidance of duplicate training effort. Provides guidance to the flying instructional program and directs the methods and procedures used in flight instruction of assigned/attached aircrew members, ensuring optimum utilization of assigned aircraft. Ensures that assigned/attached aircrews maintain continuous qualification in medical and physiological training in accordance with Air Force, Gaining Command, and ANG regulations/requirements for Pilots and Navigators.

(8) Monitors the implementation of an effective division safety program for all flying operations and related ground activities. Continually evaluates program results to reduce or eliminate accidents and Incidents. Follows-up on the corrective action taken to eliminate hazards.

(9) Develops division policy for flight management personnel to insure effective and efficient administrative control of all flight documentation and Individual flight records. Oversees the operations computer program in coordination with the base-wide computer program. Participates in management decisions impacting purchase and use of computer hardware, software, and training programs for the unit.

(10)  For Pilots and Navigators. Must pass standardization/evaluation flight examinations and meet annual flying requirements as prescribed by applicable regulations and directives. Performs pilot or navigator functions in advanced, heavy, multi-engine, fixed or rotary wing military transport/tanker aircraft on extended flights to domestic/foreign points. Flying missions are conducted in all weather conditions, which based on unit mission and equipment may include: (a) transporting personnel from point-to-point using fully adequate landing areas; (b) executing evasive maneuvers, close formation flying, low altitude flight at very low speeds, aerial refueling, airdrop of cargo and personnel, overseas flights. transporting heavy loads on short or marginal airfields, and/or escorting and refueling formations in long distance aircraft deployment operations worldwide; (c) flying night operations using night vision goggles (NVG), very low speed flight at very low altitudes over any terrain, single/multi-ship defensive combat maneuvering and transporting cargo and personnel into remote and confining landing zones; or (d) administering introductory flight training to familiarize military students with complex UE aircraft systems and how they function. 

(11).  In addition to those duties identified in (1) thru (10), for Combat Readiness Officers: coordinates, plans, and conducts rescue missions in combat and peacetime operating environments. Responsible for the conduct of combat and emergency trauma care, execution of multi-discipline technical rescue, and control of the aerospace interface in personnel recovery objective areas. Supports joint and combined forces engaged in conventional and special operations air, ground, and maritime military operations.  Ensures PR activities are organized, and teams and units are trained and equipped to perform the full spectrum of Air Force and joint PR. Inspects and evaluates PR activities, functions, and personnel.

(12).   In addition to those duties identified in (1) thru (10), for Air Battle Managers: performs duties to accomplish combat, combat support, training, and other missions.  Plans and prepares for mission. Reviews mission tasking, intelligence, and weather information. Supervises mission planning, preparation of flight plan, and crew briefing. Ensures aircraft and battle management command and control (BMC2) systems are preflighted, inspected, loaded, equipped and manned for mission.  Controls assigned joint weapons systems (kinetic/non-kinetic, air/space/ground/cyber), forces, functions, and effects. Commands crew, operates available sensors/BMC2 systems. Performs, supervises, coordinates, or directs joint fires, force accountability, dynamic package development, real-time dynamic targeting, tactical data link management/execution and airspace control. Conducts theater air, ground, and surface surveillance and detects and validates emerging targets, accomplishes, combat identification, applies rules of engagement, provides threat warning to joint forces and integrates joint/coalition C2 and ISR capabilities. Conducts or supervises training of crewmembers. Ensures operational readiness of crew by conducting or supervising mission specific training. Develops plans and policies, monitors operations, and advises commanders.

(13).  In addition to those duties identified in (1) thru (10), for Intel Officers:  serves as the unit’s expert intelligence analyst for the commander and staff on all intelligence matters, including intelligence processes, support requirements, technical aspects of weapons systems, and terrorist operational methods.  Maintains overall responsibility for daily-integrated intelligence support, to include any alert, crisis, and Force Protection situations.  Assures the Intelligence function maintains a capability to provide timely and accurate operational intelligence support and fully trained intelligence personnel during peacetime and contingency operations.  Gains and maintains Global Situational Awareness (GSA) in order to quickly and accurately advise commanders/decision-makers on possible enemy courses of action.  Researches, evaluates, integrates, and analyzes all-source data in the preparation of clear, concise, in-depth intelligence analytical products focusing on the threats to air operations, including the operational concepts of military forces and trends with potential military implications (e.g. research and development; production; delivery systems; doctrine; and capabilities) prepared in response to mission requirements.  Must present and defend intelligence positions to a variety of audiences, including unit staff, MAJCOM representatives, and members of the DoD.  Must represent the organization, and prepare, present, and defend the position in conferences, working groups, and planning sessions. 

(14) Performs other duties as assigned.

 


QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

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QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To qualify for this position, you must either meet the qualification requirements as identified in the appropriate Air Force Instruction for the type of military aircraft flown as a fully qualified pilot or be a fully qualified navigator with at least 36 months of Specialized Experience, education, or training arranging or procuring transportation for personnel, cargo or freight.  Experience in non-routine pre and post auditing of freight bills, bills of lading, and personnel transportation vouchers.  Experience coordinating and negotiating with organizations/personnel both orally and in writing to resolve differences/problems.  Experience which included responsibility for the supervision and management of personnel. 
NOTE: For Pilot/Navigator applicants:  Aeronautical Record/Experience certification must be submitted with your application/resume. If you fail to submit this information, you will not be considered for this position.

Your experience will be evaluated on the basis of duties performed.  If you are a Pilot/Navigator, Your record of experience, training, and education must show possession of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position to be filled:

- Knowledge of the methods of air navigation such as dead reckoning, celestial and radio.

- Knowledge of the aircraft systems and equipment.

- Knowledge of basic aerodynamics and the forces and conditions that affect the mission.

- Knowledge and methods of instruction and navigational requirements of the mission.

- Skill in providing ground and flight navigational training of the mission.

NOTE: If applying as a Combat Rescue Officer, Air Battle Management Officer or Intelligence Officer you must submit proof of the following qualifications/ratings.

- For Combat Rescue Officers you must have a minimum qualification rating of Team Commander.

- For Intelligence Officers you must be Basic Mission Capable in your primary Mission Design Series (MDS).

- For Air Battle Managers you must be current and qualified as a Senior Director and/or Mission Crew Commander.

  


APPOINTMENT FACTORS:  Excepted/Officer in the Alaska Air National Guard.

MILITARY COMPATIBILITY:  If you are selected for this position, you will be required to become a member of the Alaska Air National Guard and be assigned to a compatible military assignment in one of the following AFSCs:  11XX, 12XX, 13BX, 13DX, 14NX.

DESIREABLES:  Working knowledge of ARMs, Tactics, Intel, Current Operations, and Training.

MILITARY GRADE REQUIREMENTS:  Due to Grade Inversion and nature of this position, the minimum grade is Major (04) promotable to Lieutenant Colonel, (05).

INDEFINITE:  AKNG permanent technician will retain their permanent status if selected for this position, and may be promoted, reassigned or changed to lower grade if selected for this position, and will be required to return to their permanent position unless action is made on a permanent basis.  Permanent authorization may not cross service boundaries, or funding categories, (i.e., ARNG to ANG, or 176th WG to 168th WG).  Indefinite employees may be separated with a 30 days notice.  Indefinite employees may be converted to permanent without further competition.

HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:

Once the application process is complete, a review of your application/resume will be made to determine your Area of Consideration (AOC) and to ensure you meet the basic eligibility and minimum job requirements. Your initial rating will be based on your responses to the questionnaire in this document.  This process measures the degree to which your background matches the knowledge, skills and abilities required for this position.  Your final rating will be based on our evaluation of your responses, as verified through a review of your resume and other 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 eligibility and rating.


BENEFITS:

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The Federal government offers a number of exceptional benefits to its employees. The following Web addresses are provided for your reference to explore the major benefits offered to most Federal employees.

Flexible Spending Accounts - The Federal Flexible Spending Accounts Program (FSAFeds) allows you to pay for certain health and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. For additional information visit: https://www.fsafeds.com/fsafeds/index.asp

Health Insurance - The Federal Employees Health Benefits Program offers over 100 optional plans. For additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/insure/health/index.asp

Leave - Most Federal employees earn both annual and sick leave. For additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/oca/leave/index.asp
Life Insurance - The Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Program (FEGLI) offers: Basic Life Insurance plus three types of optional insurance, for additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/insure/life/index.asp

Long Term Care Insurance - The Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP) provides long term care insurance for Federal employees and their parents, parents-in-law, stepparents, spouses, and adult children. For additional information visit: http://www.ltcfeds.com/

Retirement Program - Almost all new employees are automatically covered by the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS). FERS is a three-tiered retirement plan. The three tiers are: Social Security Benefits, Basic Benefit Plan, Thrift Savings Plan. For additional information visit: http://www.opm.gov/retire/index.asp
This link provides and overview of the benefits currently offered to Federal employees. http://www.usajobs.gov/EI/benefits.asp



OTHER INFORMATION:

1. If you are a current Federal employee or former Federal employee, you must submit a copy of your latest SF-50 "Notification of Personnel Action" and/or a copy of the SF-50. You may submit your most recent performance appraisal.

2. The National Guard is exempt from the Veterans Preference Act.  Submission of a copy of your DD-214 is not required unless you are hired for technician position.

3. If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/59 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency.

4.  Permanent Change of Station (PCS):  Not authorized.

5.  Cost of Living Allowance (COLA):  Entitled to 5.57% COLA in addition to base salary, subject to change.

6.  Direct Deposit Program:  If selected for technician position with the Alaska National Guard, you will be required to participate in the Direct Deposit Program.  (Salary will be automatically deposited to bank/credit union account).

7.   Military Bonuses And Student Loan Repayment Program: If you are selected for this position, you may lose your eligibility for your National Guard Enlistment/Reenlistment Bonus and Student Loan Repayment Program (incentives). In order to avoid losing your incentive eligibility and possibly being required to pay for an incentive you have received (recoupment), you should check with your servicing incentive manager (AKARNG - J1 or AKANG - Retention Office) prior to accepting an offer for the position. For M-Day personnel who are currently receiving incentives to include Bonuses and the Student Loan Repayment Program, the following termination rules apply: - Incentive Termination with Recoupment: If you accept an Active Guard Reserve (AGR) position or a Military Technician (Mil Tech) position where membership in the National Guard is a condition of employment and you have not served at least six months of the incentive contract term. - Incentive Termination without Recoupment: If you accept an Active Guard Reserve (AGR) position or a Military Technician (Mil Tech) position where membership in the National Guard is a condition of employment and you have served at least six months of the incentive contract term. 



HOW TO APPLY:

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If you are a current member of the Alaska National Guard in any capacity, it must be indicated on your application/resume and questionnaire for determination of which area you will be considered as.  National Guard and active military experience(s) must be fully described to include time frames, unit and rank.

 

To apply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package, which includes:

    

1.  Your Resume

2.  A complete Occupational Questionnaire

3.  Additional Required Documents (see Required Documents section below)

 

The complete Application Package must be completed and submitted by 11:59 PM (EST) Friday, February 22, 2013.

Option A

To begin the process, click the Apply Online button to create an account or log in to your existing USAJOBS account.  Follow the prompts to complete the Occupational Questionnaire.  Please ensure you click the Submit My Answers button at the end of the process.

Note:  To check the status of your application or return to a previous or incomplete application, log into your USAJOBS account, select Application Status, and click on the More Information link under the application status for this position.  

To fax supporting documents you are unable to upload, complete this cover page http://staffing.opm.gov/pdf/usascover.pdf using the following Vacancy ID 713820.  Fax your documents to 1-478-757-3144.

Option B

If you cannot apply online:

Please use the following step-by-step instructions as a guide to filling out the required questionnaire. You will need to print the vacancy announcement and refer to it as you answer the questions. You may omit any optional information; however, you must provide responses to all required questions. Be sure to double check your application before submission.

1.  Click the following link to view and print the Occupational questionnaire Online Questionnaire, (do not apply using this link, only apply by clicking on the "Apply Online" button from within USA Jobs).

2.  Print this 1203FX form to provide your response to the Occupational Questionnaire http://www.opm.gov./forms/pdf_fill/OPM1203fx.pdf ,

3.  Fax the completed 1203FX form along with your Resume and any supporting documents to 1-478-757-3144.  Your 1203FX will serve as a cover page for your fax transmission.  Faxed documents will take 2-3 business days to process.   Faxed documents submitted with missing information will not be processed. The following will prevent your documents from being processed: 

  • Not using the special cover page mentioned above.
  • Missing, incomplete, or invalid Vacancy Identification Number
  • Missing or incomplete Social Security Number or name
 

Option C

Applying by mail or in person:

Follow these steps:

1.  Print a copy of this job announcement so that you can read the questions offline.

2.  Obtain and print a copy of the OPM 1203FX form, which you will use to provide your answers.  You can obtain the form at this URL http://www.opm.gov./forms/pdf_fill/OPM1203fx.pdf 

3.   Submit your Form 1203FX form, your resume, and any supporting documents by mail or in person to: 

     Alaska National Guard HRO

     Camp Denali Bldg 49000 RM D-209
PO Box 5800
Fort Richardson, AK 99505
USA
                  

 Attention:  Travis Doyle or Tiffany Hutchison

713820

TAG:VacancyID

 

4.  The complete Application Package must be postmarked, or date stamped by the Alaska Human Resources Office, no later than 1600 hrs on        Friday, February 22, 2013.



REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

You must submit the following documents:   

  • Resume
  • Aeronautical Experience (Flight Hours Information for Pilots/Navigators)
  • Questionnaire
  • Any additional documentation you wish to submit for consideration, ie AF 4349 / Form 8
  • Your resume, curriculum vitae, the Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF 612), or any other written format you choose to describe your job-related qualifications can be submitted electronically using the document upload process, fax, mail or by hand-deliver. Please be sure to include all of the following information in your resume:

    Job Information:
    -Vacancy Identification Number, title, grade and location for which you are applying.
    Personal Information:
    - Full name, mailing address (with zip code) and day/evening telephone numbers (with area code).
    - Country of Citizenship.
    - If ever employed by the Federal Government, please show the highest Federal civilian grade held, job series, and dates of employment in grade.
    Education:
    - High School name, city, state and zip code, date of diploma or GED.
    - Colleges and/or Universities attended, city, state and zip code.
    - Major field(s) of study.
    - Type and year of degree(s) received. If no degree received, show total credit hours received in semester or quarter hours.
    Work Experience for each paid or non-paid position held related to the job for which you are applying (do not provide copies of job descriptions):
    - Job title.
    - Duties and accomplishments.
    - Number of hours per week.
    - Employer's name and address.
    - Supervisor's name and phone number.
    - Starting and ending dates of employment (month and year).
    - Salary.
    - Indicate if your current supervisor may be contacted.
    Other Qualifications:
    - Job-related training courses (title and year).
    - Job-related skills (e.g., other languages, computer software/hardware, tools, machinery, typing speed, etc.)
    - Job-related certificates and licenses.
    - Job-related honors, awards, and special accomplishments. (e.g., publications, memberships in professional or honor societies, leadership activities, public speaking, performance awards, etc.) Do not send copies of documents unless specifically requested.

    AGENCY CONTACT INFO:

    Travis L. Doyle
    Phone: (907)428-6459
    Email: TRAVIS.L.DOYLE@US.ARMY.MIL
    Agency Information:
    Alaska National Guard HRO
    Camp Denali Bldg 49000 RM D-209
    PO Box 5800
    Fort Richardson, AK
    99505
    USA

    WHAT TO EXPECT NEXT:

    Once the online questionnaire is received you will receive an acknowledgement email that your submission was successful. After a review of your complete application is made you will be notified of your rating.  Referral to the hiring official will be IAW our agency Merit Promotion Plan and current Labor agreement.  Qualified applicants may be further evaluated by a ranking panel.  Referred candidates will be further evaluated and interviewed by a selection panel.

    Instructions for answering the questions in the Occupational Questionnaire: If you are applying to this announcement by completing the OPM 1203-FX form instead of using the Online Application method, please use the following step-by-step instructions as a guide to filling out the required questionnaire. You will need to print the vacancy announcement and refer to it as you answer the questions. You may omit any optional information; however, you must provide responses to all required questions. Be sure to double check your application before submission. Social Security Number

    Vacancy Identification Number

    The Vacancy Identification Number is: 713820
    1. Title of Job

    AIR OPERATIONS OFFICER (PILOT/NAV) - Military Membership Required
    2. Biographic Data

    3. E-Mail Address

    4. Work Information

    5. Employment Availability

    6. Citizenship

    Are you a citizen of the United States?
    7. Background Information

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    8. Other Information

    9. Languages

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    10. Lowest Grade

    13

    11. Miscellaneous Information

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    12. Special Knowledge

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    13. Test Location

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    14. Veteran Preference Claim

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    15. Dates of Active Duty - Military Service

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    16. Availability Date

    17. Service Computation Date

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    18. Other Date Information

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    19. Job Preference

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    20. Occupational Specialties

    001 Area 1 - Current AKNG Permanent/Indefinite Technicians

    21. Geographic Availability

    Select/enter at least one geographic location in which you are interested and will accept employment. The location code for this position is:


    020710020 Elmendorf AFB, AK

    22. Transition Assistance Plan

    If you are applying by the OPM Form 1203-FX, leave this section blank.

    23. Job Related Experience

    24. Personal Background Information

    Providing this information is completely voluntary and will not affect the processing of your application or consideration for employment. Prior to the review of your application materials, these demographics will be separated from your application along with any personal identifiers.

    The collected information will help us to better understand the applicant pool for Federal jobs. The nature of the information received is confidential. This information will be maintained under conditions that ensure only summary data for all applicants are reported and that no individual applicant's data is provided to selecting officials. This information becomes part of a Privacy Act System of Records as identified in 5 CFR 552a, and any disclosure of this record or information contained in this record is in accordance with routine uses found in OPM/GOVT-7, Applicant Race, Sex, National Origin, and Disability Status Records.

    The categories below provide descriptions of ethnicity, race and disability. Select the category(s) with which you identify yourself.

    Category 01 and 02, "Ethnicity", check only one; category 03 through 07, "Race", check all that apply; category 08-10, "Disability Status" select one; category 12-20 "Targeted Disabilities", in the case of multiple impairments, choose the code which describes the impairment that would result in the most substantial limitation; category 11 applies to Schedule A appointment eligibility.


    01 01 - Hispanic or Latino
    02 02 - Not Hispanic or Latino
    03 03 - White
    04 04 - Black or African American
    05 05 - Asian
    06 06 - Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
    07 07 - American Indian or Alaska Native
    08 08 - No Disability
    09 09 - I do not wish to Identify my Disability
    10 10 - Disability
    11 11 - I am on or eligible for a Schedule A appointment (See "How to Apply" in the Vacancy Announcement for eligibility details)
    12 12 - Deafness
    13 13 - Blindness
    14 14 - Missing Limbs
    15 15 - Partial Paralysis
    16 16 - Total Paralysis
    17 17 - Convulsive Disorder
    18 18 - Mental Retardation
    19 19 - Mental Illness
    20 20 - Distortion of Limb or Spine

    25. Occupational/Assessment Questions:

    Area 1 candidates are those individuals who are current onboard Permanent or Indefinite Technicians, traditional guard members, and Active Guard Reserves (AGR) Excepted Service employees of the Alaska National Guard.

    1.

    Are you a current Permanent or Indefinite Technician, traditional guard member, or Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Excepted Service employee of the Alaska National Guard?

    A. Yes
    B. No

    If you answered Yes to Question 1, please indicate your current Pay Schedule (GS or WG), Grade, Unit of Assignment, and Position Title in the space provided below:

    Due to Grade Inversion and the nature of this position, the minimum grade will be Major (04) promotable to  Lieutenant Colonel (05).

    2. Do you meet the grade requirements as identified above?

    A. Yes
    B. No

    QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To qualify for this position, you must either meet the qualification requirements as identified in the appropriate Air Force Instruction for the type of military aircraft flown as a fully qualified pilot or be a fully qualified navigator with at least 36 months of Specialized Experience, education, or training arranging or procuring transportation for personnel, cargo or freight.  Experience in non-routine pre and post auditing of freight bills, bills of lading, and personnel transportation vouchers.  Experience coordinating and negotiating with organizations/personnel both orally and in writing to resolve differences/problems.  Experience which included responsibility for the supervision and management of personnel. 
    NOTE: For Pilot/Navigator applicants:  Aeronautical Record/Experience certification must be submitted with your application/resume. If you fail to submit this information, you will not be considered for this position.

    Your experience will be evaluated on the basis of duties performed.  If you are a Pilot/Navigator, Your record of experience, training, and education must show possession of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position to be filled:

    - Knowledge of the methods of air navigation such as dead reckoning, celestial and radio.

    - Knowledge of the aircraft systems and equipment.

    - Knowledge of basic aerodynamics and the forces and conditions that affect the mission.

    - Knowledge and methods of instruction and navigational requirements of the mission.

    - Skill in providing ground and flight navigational training of the mission.

    NOTE: If applying as a Combat Rescue Officer, Air Battle Management Officer or Intelligence Officer you must submit proof of the following qualifications/ratings.

    - For Combat Rescue Officers you must have a minimum qualification rating of Team Commander.

    - For Intelligence Officers you must be Basic Mission Capable in your primary Mission Design Series (MDS).

    - For Air Battle Managers you must be current and qualified as a Senior Director and/or Mission Crew Commander.

    3. Do you possess the Specialized Experience requirements as described above?

    A. Yes
    B. No


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    Job Announcement Number:

    F713820

    Control Number:

    336308700