This position is located at Ft. Huachuca, Sierra Vista, Arizona. Its purpose is to provide overall direction and coordination of subordinate work activities within the Aircraft Generation, Component Maintenance and Equipment Maintenance Flights. All three Flights are organized with a number of subordinate supervisors due to the scope, volume, and complexity of operations. The incumbent is responsible for significant maintenance operations in support of and represented by the three Flights above. The work involves the total maintenance of complex, high performance military sophisticated aircraft. Occupations supervised are somewhat similar, in that they all involve maintenance of assigned aircraft to ensure mission readiness; they are dissimilar in their organizational location, as well as the functional areas, occupational series, and the diversity and complexity of systems for which each Flight is responsible. The occupation and non-supervisory grade which best reflects the overall work operations supervised is Aircraft Mechanic, WG-8852-10/11/13. Planning: Provides significant input for the overall allocation of personnel, funding and equipment resources to the organizational segments supervised to accomplish work operations which, because of their scope, volume, complexity, operational tempo, and total force integration must be planned on an annual or longer basis. More representative to the actual planning responsibilities associated with this job would be the day to day work accomplishment and direct involvement with work operations planning to include daily, weekly, monthly, and quarterly forecasting. Integrates work to include: aircraft and aircraft system modifications (Time Change Technical Orders), deployment and mobility planning, human resources and financial forecasting, recurring Air Force mandated inspection requirements, mission and weapons systems changes, contingency planning relating to carrying out the military mission of the wing, and the implementation of policies and procedures in the accomplishment of the work. Analyzes work plans developed by subordinate supervisors and leaders for accomplishment of assigned work. Determines priority of work to be accomplished in relation to future demands, including unanticipated or emergency requirements mandating reallocation of resources. Provides higher level management and/or leadership information on status of work, budget estimates, required changes in equipment, facilities, techniques etc. for mission planning purposes. Participates, as required, with higher level management and staff organizations in interpreting changing environmental requirements to include work techniques, specification changes, standard improvements, modifications to shift structures, equipment modernization, facility requirements and improved work flow processes.