MAJOR DUTIES: (Detailed duties are on the Position Description)
This position is
located in the Joint Forces HeadquartersState, Logistics Directorate (J-4),
Surface Maintenance Facility. The
purpose of this position is to supervise workers
directly or through subordinate leaders and/or
supervisors in accomplishing work of the function. Plans work operations of great scope,
complexity, and administrative authority.
Determines the sequence, priority, and time for performance of
operations within the limits of broad work schedules and time limits. The occupation and non-supervisory
grade level which best reflects the nature of the overall work operations
supervised is Surface Maintenance Mechanic, WG-5801-11.
(1) Planning: Plans use of subordinate workers,
equipment, facilities, and materials on a week-to-week or month-to-month
basis. Establishes deadlines,
priorities, and work sequences, and plans work assignments based on general
work schedules, methods, and policies set by the supervisor. Coordinates work with supporting or related
work functions controlled by other supervisors.
Determines the number and types of workers needed to accomplish specific
projects. Determines skills, materials, and
equipment required to do the work. Redirects individual workers and resources to accomplish
unanticipated work. Informs the
supervisor of the need to revise work schedules and re-estimate labor and other
resources. Participates in the initial
planning of current and future work schedules, staffing needs, estimates, and
recommendations as to scheduling projected work. Assists the supervisor with quarterly
funding distribution and decisions, based on operational needs for units
supported by customer activities.
Reviews funding requirements, prioritizes request and allocates funding
based on readiness, training, and mobilization requirements. Provides management with workload data,
estimates, and recommendations to facilitate more effective management
decisions for staffing and funding requirements to support customer units.
(2) Work Direction: Assigns tasks to be performed based on
readiness and explains work requirements, methods, and procedures. Investigates work
related problems such as excessive costs or low productivity and determines
causes. Implements corrective actions
within authority to resolve work problems.
Recommends solutions to staffing problems, engineering requirements, and
work operations directed by other supervisors. Ensures work in progress and completed
work meets established standards by implementation of a quality control and assurance
program within the organization. Ensures
equipment repairs do not exceed maintenance expenditure limits in accordance as
established by regulation and or policies. Manages maintenance backlog through
coordination with other maintenance activities.
Evacuates and accepts equipment, repairs, and services to and from other
maintenance facilities. Assures tools,
special tools, test measurement and diagnostic equipment, personal protective
equipment, repair parts, petroleum, oils and lubricants, and other materiel are
available when needed.
(3) Administration: Plans and establishes overall
leave schedules. Determines training
needs of subordinates and arranges for accomplishment. Sets performance standards, and makes formal
appraisals of subordinate work performance.
Initiates recommendations for promotion or reassignment of
subordinates. Ensures that
regulations governing safety and housekeeping are observed with appropriate
protective clothing and equipment being utilized.
non-supervisory work, such as, transporting equipment, performing maintenance
publishes, and ensures employee compliance with standing operating procedures
for the activity supervised.
(6) Prepares for and
participates in various types of readiness evaluations, inspections,
mobilization and command support exercises.
(7) Performs other duties as assigned.