District of Columbia Air National Guard 113th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron Joint Base Andrews, Maryland Electronic Integrated System Mechanic Supervisor WS-2610-13 Group III Individuals who can join the DC Air National Guard **THIS IS NOT A CIVILIAN POSITION.
MILITARY MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED** Permanent Change of Station (PCS): PCS not authorized Relocation Incentive: Incentive not authorized Selected Reserve Incentive Program: Acceptance of this position will cause termination of Federal bonuses pursuant to respective Selected Reserve Incentive Programs (SRIP).
This termination may be with or without recoupment of payments already made.
NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military rank and assignment in the District of Columbia Air National Guard.
Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform.
Acceptance of an excepted service position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment.
Applicants who are not currently a member of the National Guard must be eligible for immediate membership and employment in the National Guard in the military grade listed in this announcement.
THE FOLLOWING QUALIFICATIONS MUST BE REPRESENTED BY THE CONTENTS OF YOUR RESUME.
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GENERAL EXPERIENCE: An applicant must have a validated understanding of the basic principles and concepts of the occupational series and grade.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must have at least Three (3) years' of specialized working experiences in performing, training and/or supervising assigned integrated systems repair and maintenance work operations.
Must have working and training experiences in the maintenance, repair, and modification of integrated multi-complex avionics systems.
Skilled in planning tasks for subordinate workers and expanded knowledge in using the equipment, facilities and materials.
Skilled in meeting deadlines, in using time management to satisfy priorities and work assignments based on general work schedules, methods, and policies set by higher level supervisors.
Experiences included redirecting individual workers and resources to accomplish unanticipated work.
Skilled in articulating work requirements to higher level supervisors and experienced in planning current and future work schedules, budget requests, staffing needs, estimates, and recommending projected work.
Competent in researching and addressing work related problems such as, excessive costs or low productivity; and, determining the relevant causes.
Experiences included implementing corrective actions, within authority, to resolve work problems.
Must have the skill and knowledge to plan work and manage leave schedules.
Capabilities included the ability to determine the types and levels of training needs, along with providing mentorship and guidance to subordinates for their professional skill and knowledge improvements.
Experienced in writing FWS 2610 performance standards and provided subordinates with formal appraisals of their work performance.
Experiences involved advising and counseling workers on how to improve their performance through explanations and demonstrations of work techniques.
Work efforts included initiating recommendations for promotion or reassignment of subordinates to senior supervisors.
Competent in reviewing job descriptions for accuracy and clarity.
Knowledgeable in the correct methods used to investigate, analyze, and resolve grievances and complaints.
Experiences involved providing recommendations for disciplinary actions.
Skilled in applying interview techniques and understanding of body language patterns.
Experiences included interviewing candidates for vacancies and recommending selections to higher level supervisors.
Skilled in conducting environmental safety requirements and identifying equipment handling concerns that resulted in observed safety and housekeeping practices.
Experiences included compliance with wearing the appropriate safety equipment and following pertinent safety precautions.
Skilled and knowledgeable of management objectives and programs, that included addressing labor-management relations, Equal Employment Opportunity, internal controls, safety, energy conservation, environmental controls, and property accountability.
Skilled in writing and presenting work reports and maintaining accurate records.
Experienced in participating in readiness evaluations, inspections, mobilization and command support exercises.
Experiences may have included work that involved accident/mishap responses, shift supervision, special project management, heavy equipment operations, maintenance of facilities and equipment, or served as a team member that responded to natural disasters or civil emergencies BASIC QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To qualify an applicant for one of the FWS Series 2610 ANG Dual Status Technician positions, apply and evaluate the applicant's competencies, military and civilian experiences, completed education, learned skills, obtained knowledge, endorsed abilities, and training program accomplishments.
The following seven basic qualification factors are applicable to the FWS ANG Dual Status Technician positions: · Skilled in collecting and analyzing data effectively, efficiently, and accurately · Ability to communicate clearly and effectively · Skilled in duties such as, install, modify, overhaul, maintain, troubleshoot, repair, align, calibrate, and rebuild multi-system avionics complexes · Ability to format and write English in reports and presentation formats · Skilled in presenting formal training presentations and briefings · Skilled in applying procedures and directives by reading and interpreting material · Skilled in training, mentoring, leading, and problem-solving Other Qualifications To initially qualify and prior to appointment, an applicant's military medical record must indicate a completed and current medical physical, medical profile, a cleared drug test; and, normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
To initially qualify and as a condition of continued dual status technician employment, must have the capability to lift, carry, push, or otherwise handle items weighing up to 70 pounds.
To initially qualify and as a condition of continued dual status technician employment, must have the physical capability to stand, climb, walk, bend, crouch, reach, and stoop over extended periods of time.
As a condition of continued dual status technician employment, the employee must complete the hazmat certification within six months of employment and complete hazmat recertification every two years.
As a condition of continued dual status technician employment, the employee must maintain the position's mandatory AFSC skill level and continue on-the-job proficiency requirements.
As a condition of continued dual status technician employment, the employee requires routine access to classified Secret material or similar environment.
For award and retention of a compatible AFSC, the employee must have a current National Agency Check, Local Agency Checks and Credit (NACLC) according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management.
The employee's clearance reinvestigations must be opened prior to the expiration of his or her current investigations.
Individuals who can join the District of Columbia Air National Guard