LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
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POST DATE 9/13/2020
END DATE 9/27/2020
Department of the Air Force
Eielson Afb, AK
OPENED AREA(S) OF CONSIDERATION: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
DEFINITION OF AREA(S) OF CONSIDERATION:
AREA 1 - All current on-board AKNG T5 Competitive or Excepted Service Employees.
AREA 2 - All other current onboard AKNG T32 Excepted Service Employees.
AREA 3- All current military members of the AKNG.
AREA 4- All other current Federal Employees.
AREA 5- All other former Federal Employees with Reinstatement Eligibility.
SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Kevin Geese
Manages, directs, and implements the local formulation and publication of installation deployment guidance based on regulations, manuals, instructions, and directives issued by higher headquarters. Serves as the Installation Deployment Officer (IDO), and acts for the Commander, regarding actions required to deploy in support of Aerospace Expeditionary Forces (AEF), contingency operations, Operations Other Than War (OOTW), and exercises. Reviews USAF, NGB, and MAJCOM deployment procedures to analyze the impact and, if necessary, provide modifications to procedures for the wing and subordinate units. Establishes deployment policy and sets procedures for the integrated efforts of aircraft maintenance, supply, transportation, civil engineering, operations, and supported units for mission essential deployment operations and logistics war planning. Ensures that units meet pre-execution and command and control requirements for deployments. Analyzes time-phased force deployment requirements to develop plan annexes and schedules for inclusion in the execution phase of wing deployments. Plans and controls the movement of personnel and equipment during simulated and actual deployments and exercises. Identifies all required deployment/redeployment support with the Wing Staff Air Mobility/Command (AMC) and Air Combat Command (ACC) regarding the transportation of equipment and personnel. Determines the type and number of aircraft required for mission deployment/redeployment. Validates load plans, priority shipments, and customs clearance requirements. Ensures that all unit personnel and equipment are properly identified and prepared for deployment/redeployment. Assists the Wing Commander and MAJCOM in determining the type, number or quantity of troops and equipment available for tasking; and schedules, through correspondence, with headquarters ACC, AMC, NGB, ANGRC, and Numbered Air Forces to accomplish specific mission requirements. Plans, develops, directs, and conducts deployment training for the wing and units. Develops and schedules training courses and approves lesson plans developed by functional areas. Develops and schedules manpower and workload requirements for the organization deployment work centers and ensures they are fully staffed and trained. Assists units by providing guidance and conducting staff assistance visits to identify, correct, and assist with deployment problems. Assesses deployment capabilities with unit commanders to ensure that required deployment training is being conducted. Briefs the Wing Commander, Vice Commander and Unit Commanders on deployment training programs and requirements. Reviews Operation Plans (OPLANS), Concept Plans (CONPLANS), Concept of Operations (CONOP); and USAF Special Operations, Exercise, and Exercise Order plans received from and directed by higher headquarters (or locally generated) to determine overall wing and unit tasking. Analyzes Wartime Aircraft Activity (WAA) tasking; determines availability of tasked personnel and equipment for tasking; and manages the War Reserve Material (WRM) assets at home station and deployed locations. Prepares appraisals of tasking to include short falls, limiting factors (LIMFACs), and problems. Compiles and submits to higher headquarters, formal supportability/feasibility studies of units' capabilities in meeting tasking. Develops programming plans; base support plans; survival, recovery, and reconstitution plans; and accomplishes joint support planning. Publishes base level annexes to OPLANS, CONPLANS, CONOP; and USAF special operations, exercise, and exercise orders plans. Manages the wing support agreement program for the Commander. As the wing's focal point, negotiates, writes, coordinates, and monitors Inter/Intra Service Support agreements; memorandums of understanding/agreement; disposal and contingency agreements; and exercise and deployment agreements. Ensures reimbursements are identified to the Financial Management Board (FMB). These agreements are between host base units; tenant units; and a variety of other military services, civil airport authorities, and DOD/NON-DOD agencies located on base, in the vicinity, or at overseas planned wartime host bases and nations. Resolves disagreements at the local level and ensures resolution when disagreements require higher headquarters' involvement; and makes final review for regulatory compliance and accuracy of support to finalize the agreements process. Conducts training of unit/functional area agreement coordinators as required. Serves as the Wing Defense Retail Interservice Support (DRIS) coordinator. Acts as the wing focal point for WRM programs and serves as the War Reserve Material Officer (WRMO). Perform other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - Training, TDY's, etc...