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THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT OFFICER, Position Description Number D106600 and is part of the MA ARNG AASF 1, National Guard. This is a Non-Bargaining Unit position. The unit point of contact and contact phone for this position is: MAJ James Paulette at 339-###-####.
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 operational missions. Coordinates with Flight Operations to assure an integrated approach to solution of problems relating to availability of aircraft to conduct the military mission. Assesses the impact of changes in or to the flying program, and coordinates with operations to ensure that these changes do not exceed AASF logistical capabilities. Recommends aircraft and direct flying hours to meet AASF and unit operational contingencies.
Reviews aircraft maintenance and related material support requirements with respect to specific objectives, relative priorities, capabilities, and limitations. Participates in planning meetings to insure proper scheduling of aircraft commitments, commensurate with the maintenance capability of the AASF. Supervises the development of plans for logistical support of the AASF flying program. Reviews program operations and ensure the commander is informed on status, progress, and actual/potential problem areas. Confers frequently with the AASF Commander to review changes in situational requirements resulting from resource, policy, or directive revisions received from higher-level authority. Recommends the adjustment, and ensures flexibility, of plans and programs to meet changing requirements. Maintains liaison with commanders and staff regarding the status of logistics programs, functional capabilities, and current and projected operational training
and mission requirements.
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. Ensures development and implementation of SOPs. Takes or directs action to improve quality, increase production, handle special projects, correct unsatisfactory conditions, etc.
Oversees the preparation and execution of budgets for man-days and funds to resource AASF logistics requirements. Directs logistics programs to ensure mission accomplishment and the optimum use of resources. Manages the execution of logistics resources to meet mission requirements. Serves as a program manager and represents the AASF at PBAC meetings.
Through subordinate supervisors, directs staff and production functions related to aircraft maintenance, production support, material services, ground support, and facility services. Establishes goals and objectives for the accomplishment of current and projected workloads. Plans, organizes, and coordinates day-to-day operations of the AASF logistics support. Integrates full-time support and ARNG unit personnel in optimizing logistics support of aviation units. The work force includes a variety of staff administrative, trades, and crafts occupations. Makes decisions regarding equipment services and repair within capacities of AASF to accomplish assigned missions. Monitors operational and maintenance status of all aircraft assigned to the AASF. Analyzes workload and provides guidance to assure that production goals are met. Reviews, accepts, amends, or rejects work which has been reviewed by subordinate supervisors. Receives performance analysis reports; and
from these, directs necessary actions to assure continued improvements in positive trends or correction of adverse trends. Makes decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors.
Coordinates maintenance activities with supervisors, various facility activities, and higher echelons of maintenance such as regional AVCRAD's, Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM), NGB, program managers, etc. Maintains liaison with counterparts at other AASF's, particularly those possessing the same type of aircraft, to insure a prompt and free exchange of pertinent technical, management, and mission information. Participates in conferences and seminars as the aircraft maintenance representative for the AASF, the state, or NGB, when requested.
Administers a safety and security program within AASF logistics functions. Maintains responsibility for safety conditions, procedures, and work practices employed within the assigned area of responsibility. Ensures that subordinate employees are trained in safety matters and that safe work practices are utilized. Monitors the results of workplace inspections and takes positive action to correct unsafe conditions.
Maintains an aggressive quality assurance program to ensure that performance and quality standards are met. Ensures that all work meets the highest standards of airworthiness and that attention is focused on the wartime tasking of the unit.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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