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    THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

    This National Guard position is for a MANAGEMENT ANALYST, Position Description Number D2377000 and is part of the ID 124 Maintenance Group, Idaho Air National Guard.

    THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO AIR NATIONAL GUARD.

    INDEFINITE POSITION- MAY CONVERT TO A PERMANENT STATUS WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE- SEE QUALIFICATION SECTION FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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    Responsibilities

    This position is located in the Maintenance Group of an Air National Guard (ANG) flying Wing. This is an Air National Guard (ANG) Dual Status Technician position requiring military membership, compatible military skill assignment, and classification. The primary purpose of this position is to evaluate and manage the Wing's Aviation Petroleum, Oil & Lubrication (AVPOL) program; serves as the Wing Refueling Document Control Officer (WRDCO); manages all aspects of the Unit's Flying Hour Program funds; and provides support to the supply functions within the Group. Formulates and consolidates budget inputs, trend analysis, and execution evaluations of all Maintenance Group funding requirements.

    Serves as the primary point of contact for unit Aviation Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricants (AVPOL) program. Monitors AVPOL consumption to determine the rate of usage against command standards. Ensures the accuracy of billing conducted within the scope of the AVPOL program IAW AFI 11-253, Managing Off-Station Purchases of Aviation Fuel and Ground Services. Reconciles Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) interfund-billing/AIR Card® transactions with the AVPOL Data Management System. Researches and resolves erroneous interfund billing issues. Inspects and audits AVPOL documentation. Prepares and submits monthly AVPOL reconciliation reports to NGB/A4PY to ensure accurate accountability of all ANG AVPOL funding. Monitors Ground Service charges to assigned aircraft by mission/design/series (MDS) and serves as the wing point of contact for the AIR Card®. Prepares AIR Card® funding estimates and Miscellaneous Obligation Reimbursement Documents (MORD). Reviews higher headquarters (HHQ) reports and/or audit requests. Responds/validates expenditures to ensure that flying hour funding obligations are properly recorded. Work with NGB/A4 staff on all issues pertaining to flying hour funding. Serves as the base level single point of contact to ensure propriety of all expenditures obligated against Flying Hour funding sources. Monitors and validates obligations and expenditures against the centralized Flying Hour funds accounts. Manages the Fly GPC account to ensure only appropriate charges are made with the card and that obligation rates do not exceed the annual Fly GPC funding allocation from NGB.

    Identifies and validates requisitions from base organizations for the non-stock listed, sole source or technical order (T.O.) directed flying hour goods or services. Routinely coordinates with the Base Contracting Office, National Guard Bureau (NGB), DOD Logistics Centers and commercial sources to identify the source of supply being most advantageous to the Government. Coordinates the movement of assets to and from Wing maintenance organizations. Maintains a continuous dialogue with managers from Maintenance Production, Life Support, Maintenance Group, Operations Group, Logistics Readiness Squadron and Comptroller Flight in order to provide objective data and analysis for production and management decisions. Evaluates historical trends and consumption patterns to ensure the following are prevented: requisition assets in excess of need or authorizations, turn in unserviceable assets without appropriate fault isolation/local repair activities being performed, and cannibalize assets prior to turn in to base supply or retention of carcasses.

    Consolidates annual maintenance operating budgets for incorporation into the overall Wing's annual financial plan. Performs in-depth analysis of financial plan for all Maintenance Group production squadrons, flights, and sections. Evaluates trends and operating costs which are used in projecting future obligations. Performs analysis of completeness, accuracy, and reasonableness of all Maintenance Group operating budgetary information. Develops/issues guidance and coordinates with Maintenance Production Squadron Chiefs in the development of quarterly and annual maintenance operating budget and budget estimates. Reviews, edits and consolidates maintenance operating budget estimates to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, and procedures. Prepares/edits narrative justifications for projected funding needs and submits to the Wing Budget Office. Reviews annual funding allocations received from the Wing Budget Office in conjunction with all Maintenance Group quarterly funding needs to ensure funding allocations are adequate to meet all projected requirements. Performs in-depth analysis of funding shortfalls and develops recommended programming changes/modifications to be presented to the Group Commander for approval. Prepares, justifies, and submits unfunded and un-programmed requirements through the Maintenance Group Commander to the Financial Management Board. Performs in-depth analysis of maintenance operating budget requests received from the Maintenance Production supervisors by employing techniques such as cost-benefit analysis, program trade-offs and exploring alternative methods of funding.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    9

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