Develops, manages and implements daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly operational and maintenance plans for assigned general and special purpose vehicles and a variety of equipment. Projects parts, contract services, funds, and personnel required. Coordinates master maintenance schedules with base functions and management personnel. Assigns work priorities for all scheduled/unscheduled maintenance. Schedules vehicles and equipment for repair, inspections, and preventative maintenance based on consideration of shop capability and requirements of the unit. Manages workload status and Mission Essential List (MEL) requirements to ensure that minimum fleet levels are maintained and makes necessary adjustments in production schedule. Coordination and scheduling of special purpose vehicles requires consideration not only of the required vehicle servicing/maintenance but also of the special systems maintenance requirements of such equipment. Conducts vehicle operator debriefs and assigns repair requirements to proper work center. Ensures equipment repairs are authorized and that proper material is available for vehicle maintenance. Recommends corrective actions to correct or avoid situations that may affect long-range production requirements or impact mission accomplishment. Notifies supervisor of situations where repair work required would exceed one-time repair limit. Manages the vehicle and equipment warranty program, to include scheduling repairs with local warranty providers. The incumbent manages the contract vehicle maintenance program. Schedules maintenance with local vendors as required. Programs and schedules vehicles for depot maintenance and initiates and tracks requests for locally manufactured items. Manages maintenance production schedules in order to minimize and avoid impact on Wing training schedules. Performs analysis on a wide range of production indicators to assist in improving productivity or in determining causes of production delays. Manages and audits cost data to ensure all material is validated and properly charged. The incumbent establishes procedures to identify repetitive and recurring maintenance and performance deficiencies. Provides management detailed analysis on current or potentials problems. Provides maintenance information and repair cost to other agencies as required by loan agreements and base support plans. Personally performs systems administration on computer software/hardware support. Produces and analyzes products extracted from OLVIMS and prepares local and higher headquarters reports. Incumbent manages the Quality Assurance (QA) Program so as to ensure compliance with vehicle maintenance standards. Manages the registered vehicle fleet for the Stock Record Account Number (SRAN) to include Geographically Separated Units (GSUs). This position is the single POC for all vehicle authorizations and assets between the SRAN and major command (MAJCOM). Manages the Registered Equipment Management System (REMS). Collects, consolidates, performs analysis and reconciles variances to ensure data integrity within associated programs, to include the following systems: Air Force Equipment Management System (AFEMS); Standard Base Supply System (SBSS); Automated Fleet Information System (AFIS); and OLVIMS. Incumbent coordinates between the Air National Guard Readiness Center, other ANG units, Department of Defense (DOD) agencies and the Government Supply Agency (GSA) to ensure accurate accountability for vehicle receipt or transfers. Controls, reviews, and aligns vehicle authorizations, allocations and assets respective to appropriate Custodian Authorization or Custodian Receipt Listing (CA/CRL). Manages Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO) program. Takes action to order and follow up on needed parts kits for each TCTO. Plans and schedules TCTO accomplishments within requirements. Manages Vehicle Service Bulletin program, and reports completion to higher headquarters. Manages the Product Quality Deficiency Reporting (PQDR) program in compliance with United States Air Force (USAF), Air National Guard (ANG), and local directives. The incumbent acts as the primary source of expertise for material control, to include ordering parts and equipment items through SBSS and tool inventory of tool crib and composite tool kits (CTKs)annually.