NEWS | Dec. 22, 2020

Aviation Resource Management

192d Operations Support Sq

POSITION TITLE: Aviation Resource Management
LOCATION: Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA
UNIT: 192d Operations Support Sq
OPENING DATE: 22 Dec 2020
CLOSING DATE: Until filled

Open to all members of the Virginia Air National Guard, or who are eligible to become members of the Virginia Air National Guard in grades in grades SrA/E-4 NTE TSgt/E-6 (NATIONWIDE).
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Must meet all selection criteria IAW ANGI 36-101 Chapter 5, AFI 36-2905, AFI 48-123.

Interprets and administers laws and regulations regarding incentive pay and has sole approving authority to determine eligibility and entitlement to Aviation Incentive Pay (AVIP),Critical Skills Incentive Pay (CSIP), and Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay (HDIP, (parachutist duty)) on all aviation related duties for personnel assigned to the Air National Guard unit. Determines eligibility and prepares Military Pay Orders authorizing awarding or recoupment of incentive pay actions based on Department of Defense regulations, Air Force Instructions and all governing laws. Develops validation processes to determine if assigned aircrew members meet incentive pay requirements in accordance with (IAW) various Department of Defense (DoD) and Air Force (AF) Regulations; reconciles ARMS records by comparing against documentation from Finance and Maintenance Operations Control; and ensures incentive pay entitlements are processed and reviewed and reconciled IAW established public laws. Advises aircrew members when pay entitlements change. Provides accurate and timely historical incentive pay records to the Air Force Audit Agency and Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) upon official request. 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. Translates these requirements into aircrew training tables, profiles, reports, etc., and utilizes products to provide information to aircrew, senior leadership, training coordinators, commanders, and outside sources to include Numbered Air Force (NAF), Major Commands (MAJCOM), and Headquarters (HQ) U.S. Air Force (USAF) to show training requirements, overall training objectives, and accomplishments. Manages Wing Flying Hour Program by developing procedures for accurate and timely processing of flying hours and verifies accuracy with Logistics Group personnel to determine inventories of assigned, projected, available, and actual expenditure of hours. 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 hour 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. Reviews a variety of documentation and ensures aviation personnel are assigned to the proper Aviation Position Indicator and verifies these indicators are mirrored on several Unit Manning Documents (UMD) including State Headquarters, Fighter Wing, Medical Squadron, Operations Group and Fighter Squadron. 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. 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. Develops and maintains procedures with outside agencies (i.e. FAA, Office of Special Investigation (OSI), etc.) to validate that aircrew medical requirements are in compliance and accomplished in accordance with appropriate Air Force Instruction. Provides individual aircrew aviation service and historical data to requesting civilian and federal agencies for several purposes to include aircraft accident investigations and the intent to hire purposes under FAA guidelines and according to the Pilot Records Improvement Act of 1996. Writes and revises several independent local operating instructions including Aircraft Accident Procedures. Coordinates matters with NGB, HQ MAJCOM, and service organizations staff personnel to obtain clarification or recommend changes to instructions and procedures. Serves as the wing focal point for aviation service actions for upward reporting. Develops and implements unique applications programs using base-level computers to meet the specific needs of the unit. Designs, develops, and modifies reports using System Query Language (SQL), locally developed computer programs, or ad hoc queries to provide management with data retrieved through selective manipulation of the database. Analyzes management report products to determine program adequacy and accuracy, negative trends, and initiates corrective actions. 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. Communicates with Air Force Major Command points of contact regarding ARMS updates for problems or desired changes to system and to ensure ANG use of the ARMS program is compatible with the AF standards, i.e., aviation objectives, policies, plans, and concepts. Ensures that use of additional software products meet requirements for interfacing with Personnel, Finance, Medical, Maintenance, and Airfield Management as well as ARMS; are consistent with the management of the ARMS system; and cost effective for the intended use. Trouble shoots and recognizes system related problems, their possible causes, and repairs or requests system repairs to the proper authority or DoD agencies. Performs system hardware and software upgrades when required for ARMS data systems to ensure all users maintain minimum requirements. Establishes or modifies local operation procedures for providing data automation support through coordination with host Information Processing Center (IPC) and various users. Maintains, controls, and assigns security levels to users to ensure security of the database. Ensures all Standard Systems Group modifications and changes are implemented into ARMS in compliance with the base-level ANG requirements. Coordinates with the ARMS Working Group (AWG) and communications personnel to keep the system in compliance with AF standards and requirements. Maintains liaison with Local Area Network managers to ensure the proper use of computer systems. Writes and submits data automation enhancement, system maintenance, and deficiency reports to appropriate organization or agency. 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. 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. Works independently to provide aircrews with information and assistance for planning and conducting safe flight operations. Provides preflight briefings to military and civilian aircrews, reviews and evaluates proposed flight plans for technical accuracy and compliance with USAF, FAA, DoD and International Civil Aviation Organization directives, provides flight following as required on all flight plans and briefs Notices to Airmen (NOTAMS) as required prior to flight. Communicates with in-flight aircrew through use of UHF/VHF communications, to provide information regarding flight plans, clearances, advisories on local, en-route, and destination airfield conditions. Coordinates and schedules use of special military airspace including air refueling areas, military operating areas, and landing and drop zones. Maintains, issues, and destroys classified and COMSEC material for unit and transient aircraft. Coordinates and performs foreign object debris inspections on taxiing and parking areas. As required, activates secondary crash phone network for aircraft accidents, and in-flight/ground emergencies.

1.Except for mobilization or other emergency, member accepted for tour will not be subject to permanent change of duty location without his/her consent. Retention in the program will be subject to continued satisfactory performance as determined by the supervisor and/or commander.
2.Individuals selected for AGR tours must meet the Preventative Health Assessment(PHA)/physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and Standards. They must also be current in all Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) requirements to include immunizations. RCPHA/PHA and dental must be conducted not more than 12 months prior to entry on AGR duty and an HIV test must be completed not more than six months prior to the start date of the AGR tour.
3.IAW ANGI 36-101, para 5.5. AGR Airmen are subject to the provisions of ANGI 10-248, Air National Guard (ANG) Fitness Program until superseded by AFI 36-2905, Fitness Program. Airmen must meet the minimum requirements for each fitness component in addition to scoring an overall composite of 75 or higher for entry into the AGR program. For members with a documented DLC which prohibits them from performing one or more components of the Fitness Assessment, an overall "Pass" rating is required.
4.Existing ANG promotion policies apply and grade ceilings established by ANGI 36-101.
5.At the option of supervisor/nominating official, applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel is at applicant’s expense.
6.Airmen who voluntarily resigned from the AGR Program in lieu of adverse personnel actions, or who have been involuntarily separated from the AGR Program are not eligible to reenter the program.
7.All notifications of selection are conditional until verification of security clearance, medical clearance and HRO approval.
8.This is a one-time occasional tour. Position is contingent on the availability of NGB funding.9.PCS authorized

Interested applicants must submit the following documents in ONE SINGLE PDF package (you can use the adobe portfolio function). INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
1. Completed NGB Form 34-1, Application for Active Guard/Reserve (AGR) Position
2. Current Report of Individual Personnel (RIP)/Records Review, dated within last 30 days (Go to vMPF, select “Self Service Actions”, select “View/Print All Pages”, then print as pdf).
3. Current Individual Fitness Report from the Fitness Management System
4. Current Point Credit Accounting Report System (PCARS) (in vMPF select “Self Service Actions” link, then select “Personal Data”, select “ANG/USAFR Point Credit Summary Inquiry (PCARS)" and then finally select “View All” to print as pdf); if Active Duty submit the equivalent form of an AF 1613 or Statement of Service
5. Current EPR; if you do not have one, need a letter of recommendation or performance from the military command. (Or service equivalent evaluation)
6. Branch equivalent documents authorized.

EEO POLICY STATEMENT: Consideration for this position will be without regard to sex, age, handicap (except where required by military regulations), race, color, national origin, religion, lawful political affiliation or membership/non-membership in an employee organization.
Submit applications directly to 192 SS/FSF-HR, 165 Sweeney Blvd, Suite 206, Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia 23665 or by email:;;;

POC FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: MSgt Nichelle Hackney at, and CW4 D’Juana Goodwin at