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    This National Guard position is for a LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OFFICER, Position Description Number D1066000and is part of AASF #1, Nebraska Air National Guard.


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    Responsibilities

    As a LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OFFICER, GS-0346-13, duties include:

    PLANS AND PROGRAMS: --Collaborates with the AASF Commander, AASF staff, and supported unit commanders to plan, develop, and implement long and short term plans to effectively use aircraft and flying hours, and to accomplish vital training and operations missions. --Reviews aircraft maintenance and related material support requirements with respect to specific objectives, relative priorities, capabilities, and limitations.

    LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT: --Reviews and evaluates higher-level headquarters' directives and policies for AASF implementation. Develops action plans, internal policies, and procedures to assure timely, effective, and complete maintenance support for units, facility, state, National Guard Bureau (NGB) and DA mission requirements. --Oversees the preparation and execution of budgets for man-days and funds to resource AASF logistics requirements.

    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS: --Through subordinate supervisors, directs staff and production functions related to aircraft maintenance, production support, material services, ground support, and facility services. --Coordinates maintenance activities with supervisors, various facility activities, and higher echelons to maintenance such as regional AVCRAD's, Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), NGB, program managers, etc. --Through subordinate supervisors, manages the facility environmental program, thus ensuring compliance with Local, state, Federal, and military regulations. --Evaluates, through performance indicators (e.g., Unit Readiness and Aircraft Operations Readiness) the activities of the AASF logistics functions to ensure optimum production in accordance with established policies and prescribed directives.

    MAINTENANCE TEST FLIGHTS (MTFs): Performs MTF to determine airworthiness of aircraft supported by AASF. Verifies that airframe, flight controls, power plant, systems accessories, and items of equipment are functioning in accordance with predetermined specifications during flight.

    UNIT COORDINATION: --Consults with supported unit commanders in planning and executing training or contingency exercises involving individual or multiple units in support of unit readiness. --Coordinates with support units to insure adequate logistics workload to support proficiency-training requirements. --Coordinates planning and resources with other units and higher headquarters to develop CONUS and overseas deployment plans that meet unit mission goals, aircraft availability, and deployment requirements. --Reviews Unit Status Report (USR) data, analysis reports, and other sources of information to determine strength and weaknesses of units.

    ORGANIZATIONAL: -- Assumes the full duties and responsibilities of the AASF Commander in his/her absence as required. Represents and speaks for the AASF with representatives of NGB, the Adjutant General, USP&FO, other military components, state/local officials, businesses, and other private groups having an interest in the functions of the AASF. Coordinates logistics activities across organizational lines to include direct contact with the NGB staff and with counterparts at other AASFs in order to resolve problems affecting logistics capabilities and to ensure timely exchange of pertinent technical, managerial, and mission information. -- Participates in conferences, seminars, or study groups as the logistics representative for AASF. Represents the AASF in meetings with higher military organizations as well as the civilian industry. Attends conferences to exchange information. Convenes workshops/meetings of the AASF and supported unit personnel to address logistics programs, training workload, problems, and possible resolutions or positions. Coordinates with appropriate support facilities and/or collateral organizations to assure there is an integrated approach to solution of problems. -- Prepares for and participates in various types of readiness evaluations. Serves as a member on a team to deal with natural disasters or civil emergencies. May serve as a technical advisor to or a member of accident investigation or collateral boards as assigned.

    -- Performs other duties as assigned.

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    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    None

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/597347100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.