THE NEW JERSEY AIR GUARD
FEDERAL TECHNICIAN VACANCY ANNOUNCMENT
THIS IS A MILITARY POSITION
NJ 14-066 VIN 1066994
Aircraft Engine Mechanic Leader, WL-8602-10, D1637000
108th Wing, McGuire AFB, New Jersey
Starting Salary: $31.33 PH
OPENING DATE: CLOSING DATE
19 March 2014 21 April 2014
AREA OF CONSIDERATION:
AREA I: All Excepted Technicians of the 108th Wing (WG)
AREA II: All Excepted Technicians of the New Jersey Air National Guard (NJANG)
AREA III: All members of the New Jersey National Guard
AREA IV: Any person eligible for membership in the NJANG
If a New Jersey Army National Guard (NJARNG) member is selected, the person must transfer to the NJANG.
If the individual selected is currently on a title 10 tour no action can be taken until he/she is released from tour.
APPOINTMENT STATUS: (X) EXCEPTED
( ) OFFICER ( X ) ENLISTED
MINIMUM RANK: TSgt/E-6 MAXIMUM RANK: MSgt/E-7
This is a Dual Status Excepted Service Technician in the New Jersey Air National Guard
APPLICANTS ABOVE THE MAXIMUM RANK:
Applicants with an enlisted rank that exceeds the maximum advertised rank for the position may be considered. Applicant must provide a statement with their resume/application which indicates their willingness to accept a reduction in military rank. If selected, reduction in military rank is required to prevent grade inversion.
MILITARY POSITION: 108th Wing (WG).
NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP STATUS: Employment in this position requires concurrent military assignment to a compatible military position in the New Jersey National Guard in one of the following military specialty codes:
MUST HAVE AFSC: 2A671
LEVEL OF CLEARANCE/INVESTIGATION: MUST HAVE A SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE.
SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTORS: To obtain the required AFSC, acceptance of this position requires a minimum ASVAB Score of 56 in the Mechanical Area. ASVAB scores will not be required to apply for the position, however applicant must obtsain required ASVAB scores prior to acceptance of the position. The applicant must verify their scores with their Military Personnel Flight/ Military Persersonnel Office.
PRE-PLACEMENT PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: 3, 3, 3, 1, 3, 2
SELECTING OFFICIAL: MSgt Brian Murray, Aircraft Engine Mechanic Supervisor
The following list of duties is not conclusive but provides a brief snapshot of the duties that may be required for this position: A copy of the complete position description is available in the Human Resource Office.
MAJOR DUTIES: Provides direction to resolve problems on
aircraft engines and propellers in a field level environment. Monitors work of assigned personnel, set the
work pace, convey work assignments, and ensure that materials, tools,
equipment, and stock are available. Ensures that assigned personnel are fully
utilized and work is accomplished in accordance with established time frames
and priorities. Advises the supervisor of overall work
operations, status and progress of work, causes for delays, problems
encountered, and individual performance (e.g., additional on-the-job training
requirements for individual employees). Routinely works with and alongside journey-level