application and/or resume you will need to address the general and specialized experience
listed below. Please use as much detail as needed, giving dates of the
experience, position title and how the experience was gained. This information
is needed to determine if you are qualified for the position, and for
consideration of an interview.
Experience, education or training which indicates the candidate can
reason in quantitative terms, communicate orally and in writing in a clear and
concise manner, understanding the terminology and data pertaining to repair
operations and process characteristics of the production activity.
MUST MEET THE FOLLOW EXPERIENCE LEVELS IN
THE FOLLOWING AREAS
GS-09 Must have at least 24 months experience, education or training preparing job or
work orders; scheduling various phases of projects into the production
facility; following up to see if work is progressing as planned and arranging
for adjustments in materials, machine processes, and work sequencing allowing
for changes. Experience with current automation support programs to input data,
provide status of equipment, and monitor job order status, monitor work
priorities, requisition repair parts, track repair parts status, etc.
SKILL AND ABILITIES (KSAs): In your application and/or resume please address the following factors
in detail, giving dates of the experience and in what position the experience
was gained. This information is used only for rating
and ranking and not used for qualifying applicants.
(1) Establishes plans, schedules, and controls the maintenance
and repair of a variety of vehicles and equipment such as combat vehicles,
heavy-duty engineering and mobile equipment, tracked vehicles, towed and
self-propelled artillery, communications and electronic equipment, guided
missile systems, and small arms. Implements
maintenance plans and monitors progress of accomplishments. Provides status of equipment, maintenance actions in
progress, and location of equipment. Inputs
data regarding work order information, status changes, supply updates, and
other pertinent information. Makes on-the-spot adjustments to repair priorities
on routine or reoccurring processes necessitated by unscheduled maintenance
(2) Studies directives, modification work orders, and regulations as to
their application in the unit. Assists supervisory personnel in determining
impact of these requirements on shop capability. Modifies production planning
to accommodate these requirements. Conducts
initial and long range planning pertaining to routine production processes,
mechanical skills, availability of test and diagnostic
equipment, repair parts, and other factors influencing the repair,
modification, and maintenance of equipment and readiness reporting.
(3) Designates and maintains current maintenance
repair priorities by Force Activity Designator, pacing items, Equipment
Readiness Codes (ERC) A, B, and C equipment type, available funds, commanders
priority, state/national priorities, (in the case of floods, fires, and
mobilizations) and unit supported. Authorizes the acceptance of equipment for
repair; monitors work priorities, status, and completion of work orders and
requisitions; and provides status of repair parts. Assists
supervisory personnel regarding readiness, Class 9 (CL IX) funding, production
problems and work planning. Assists in the resolution of problems encountered
between scheduled or unscheduled production or priority requirements.
Provides assistance to ensure that Modified Table of Organization and Equipment
(MTO&E) or Table of Distribution and Allowances (TDA) reportable Line Item
Numbers (LIN) are properly managed, reported and accounted for with respect to
readiness reports, property accountability reports and system management. Based
on guidance received from the supervisor or higher graded production
controller, prioritizes resources to ensure the highest level of readiness in
support of training and mobilization requirements of supported units. Works
with other sections within the organization to ensure equipment readiness
reports are correct and submitted in time to meet Department of the Army (DA)
Analyzes repair methods and recommends control procedures to ensure that
accomplishment of programs meet priorities and deadlines established by higher
authority or support activities. Coordinates with units and other support
activities concerning the delivery, status of repair operations, and/or pick up
of completed work orders.
the absence of the higher graded production controller, ensures that unit CL IX
accounts are funded, budgeted, and executed to maximize readiness;
and performs demand analysis on CL IX expenses to determine proper PLL stockade
to sustain facility mission requirements.
provide day-to-day technical guidance to lower-graded personnel assisting in
the maintenance production or maintenance management processes. Ensures
necessary maintenance records are maintained and required reports are submitted
to units and higher headquarters in a timely manner.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Substitution of Education for Specialized Experience A maximum of 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 related to Production
Applicants must submit a copy of an official college transcript to show completion of the education substitution of this position
· Incumbent must maintain membership in the Michigan National Guard.
· 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.
· For positions requiring the operation of motor vehicles, candidates must have a valid state driver's license for the state in which they live or are principally employed.
· Should a position be announced at less than the authorized grade, the selected applicant may be non-competitively promoted when he/she meets all qualifications and is submitted for promotion by the supervisor.
· Employment is contingent upon successful completion of technician pre-employment physical for certain occupational series.
· The wearing of the military uniform and abiding by the customs and courtesies as prescribed by applicable military service regulations are conditions of employment.
· Employees will be required to participate in direct deposit/electronic fund transfer (DD/EFT).
· Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is not authorized for this position.
· If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/1959 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.
· Selectees currently militarily assigned to another state are subject to the requirements and procedures of the Michigan Army National Guard (MIARNG) Interstate Transfer (IST) policies. You MUST coordinate with both the losing military unit and the IST Program Coordinator immediately upon notification of selection. Selection into a position may cause a reduction in rank.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE: Length of time is not of itself qualifying. Candidates experience is evaluated on the basis of duties performed rather than strictly on the rank of the individual; however, established compatibly criteria/assignments will be followed. The applicants record of exeperience, training and education must show possession of the knowledge, skill and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position to be filled.