This National Guard position is for a PRODUCTION CONTROLLER (AIRCRAFT), Position Description Number D1064000and is part of AASF 2 Nebraska Army National Guard.
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As a PRODUCTION CONTROLLER (AIRCRAFT), GS-1152-9, duties include:
- Analyzes allocated Flying Hour Program (FHP). Develops plans to optimize execution of flying hours with available resources to satisfy operational and training requirements of the AASF and supported units. Considers Additional Flight Training Periods (AFTP), Multiple and Unit Training Assemblies, Annual Training periods, Mobilization Planning and Training Exercises, and State Emergency Operations in the distribution of aircraft and aircraft hours.-- Analyzes supported Aviation units' logistics capabilities and training requirements. Develops plans to improve technical proficiency of unit personnel and includes them in the AASF logistics efforts.
- Develops maintenance plans to maximize AASF services to maintain aircraft readiness. Projects short and long term maintenance requirements. Identifies full-time support and unit personnel capacities and capabilities, annual training schedules, tool and diagnostic test equipment requirements, repair parts, and facilities needed to satisfy operational and training flight requirements.
- Develops schedules of aircraft and hours to be flown to satisfy the AASF operational aircraft requirements. Recommends priorities for use of aircraft based on operational mission requirements and projected short and long-term maintenance requirements and AASF capabilities.
- Develops integrated workload schedules and priorities to balance operational and training flying requirements and logistics capabilities. Programs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance requirements, manpower capabilities and capacities, facilities, repair parts, AASF and Unit operations to meet short and long-term maintenance workloads.
- Uses Aircraft Computer Notebook (ACN) to facilitate management of AASF logistics operations. Monitors work order status and repair parts requisitions. Compiles data and analyzes information used in aircraft and logistical reports. Processes both formatted and ad hoc ULLS-A reports for supervisor and/or supported units.
- Serves as contact point between the Logistics Manager/Supervisory Maintenance Test Pilot and work centers. Provides analytical information for continuous management reviews of aircraft readiness and workload capabilities and capacities. Establishes procedures to identify repeat aircraft discrepancies and trends. Monitors trends and provides planning factors for aircraft availability and maintenance schedule progress. Maintains maintenance priorities by equipment type and unit supported. Reports deviations from plans and consequences of deviations on work schedules. Assists in the resolution of problems encountered between scheduled or unscheduled production requirements. Makes recommendations for adjustments to repair priorities necessitated by changes in operational conditions or unscheduled maintenance-supply requirements.
- Coordinates Maintenance Test Flights (MTF) and Maintenance Operational Checks (MOC) to ensure optimum availability of ready aircraft.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
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Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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