Brief Description of Duties: Controls, and monitors the resource and training requirements of assigned rated and non-rated aircrew for mission accomplishment and safety of flight. Receives direction and coordinates aircrew management changes, suspension/disqualification actions, and changes in Flying Status Codes (FSC). Researches, validates, and interprets Air Force Instruction (AFI) Mission Design Series (MDS) specific medical and physiological requirements and flying and ground training requirements; and compares with higher headquarters mission training requirements to create the ARMS training table. Develops and provides information and reports to reflect training accomplishments, pending training requirements, cost for flying hours expended and how this impacts year end goals for training and flying hours budget. Develops and executes procedures or checklists for in processing, out processing, auditing and self-inspections of flight record folders for all aviators to include written go-no-go procedures, pre-mission, and post-mission review; recording aircrew and aircraft flying hour data; and determining aviation service action for attached and assigned flying personnel as it directly affects mission accomplishment and safety of flight. Develops database queries to assist in identification of suspense actions or actions requested by senior leadership to include promotion boards, disciplinary boards, or commander specific requirements. Determines eligibility for aeronautical ratings in accordance with several Department of Defense guidelines and instructions. Determines the requirements to build Flight Evaluation, and Career Enlisted Aviator Aircrew Evaluation Board packages for higher headquarters coordination and approval. Reviews a variety of documentation and ensures aviation personnel are assigned to the proper Aviation Position Indicator. Authenticates and publishes aeronautical orders to start, suspend, disqualify or terminate aircrew member's requirement to perform operational flying or jump duties and awards aeronautical ratings, aviation badges; and assigns the appropriate aircraft Mission Design Series. Performs the testing, and evaluation of new ARMS patches, updates, or releases and performs the installation of ARMS on computers for new users or on replacement equipment. Analyzes management report products to determine program adequacy and accuracy, negative trends, and initiates corrective actions. Performs Flight Services Specialist work within the Air Operations Division which is responsible for coordinating and maintaining liaisons with military, federal, and local agencies concerning airspace utilization, flying operations, aircraft emergencies, search and rescue operations, and natural disasters. Coordinates and schedules use of special military airspace including air refueling areas, military operating areas, and landing and drop zones. Reviews governing directives, policies, instructions, manuals, system databases, file structures and outside sources to analyze and resolve various system problems and develop processes to implement and verify aviation service eligibility.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Experience or other work which demonstrated the ability to acquire and to apply a practical knowledge and understanding of the program objectives, policies, procedures, and requirements relating to the work of the position.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must possess at least Twenty-four (24) months experience in arranging or procuring transportation for personnel, cargo or freight. Experience in pre and post auditing of freight bills, bills of lading, and personnel transportation vouchers. Experience coordinating and negotiating with organizations/personnel both orally and in writing to resolve differences/problems
MILITARY REQUIREMENTS: Selected candidates will be required to be in a compatible military assignment (AFSC) within One (1) year of the effective date of placement.
MINIMUM MILITARY RANK: E-4/SrA
MAXIMUM MILITARY RANK: E-6/TSgt
Compatible Military Assignments (afsc): 1C0X2
**Must possess the 1C0X2 AFSC***
Substitution of Education for Specialized Experience Successful completion of a full 4-year course of study in fields listed below leading to a bachelors degree, in an accredited college or university, meets the GS-5 level requirements. Education -Undergraduate and Graduate Education: Major study -- accounting, business administration, business or commercial law, commerce, economics, engineering, finance, industrial management, statistics, traffic management, transportation, motor mechanics, or other fields related to the position.
Other requirements: For positions requiring a security clearance the applicant must be able to obtain a clearance within one year of appointment. For positions requiring the operation of motor vehicles, candidates must have a valid state drivers license for the state in which they live or are principally employed.
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