Fielding and Equipment Training (Aviation) IV in Fort Bragg, NC at DCS

Date Posted: 1/30/2020

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Job Description

Essential Job Functions:

Provides senior-level logistics expertise for planning, programming and execution of fielding operations and development and conduct of training specific to night vision devices used during Aviation Operations.

Conducts strategic and campaign planning;  Prioritization of receiving organizations;  Development of an execution plan;  Management of stock levels;  Accountability of issued items;  Management of shortages; and Preparation of and delivery of briefings to articulate the program.

Interfaces and coordinates with ASAALT, AMC, Aviation Center of Excellence (ACoE), MACOMs and receiving Units for logistics and training requirements.

Establishes and organizes and directs work and coordinates efforts related to the planning, programming and execution of the fielding operations, including:

Assists and coordinates staffing of Material Fielding Plans (MFP) and New Equipment Fielding Plans, total package fielding, and Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) tracking.

Responsible for accurate input of all aspects of property accountability related to Materiel Fielding.

Oversees successful fielding accomplishment of issuing equipment in accordance with approved Basis of Issue (BOI).

Identifies discrepancies or defects in products, manages fielding stations stock of product, and assists in resolving any issues or problems Soldiers have with equipment.

Assist with fielding other portfolio devices as directed.

PM Specific Duties May Include:

Establishment, vetting, and training of Fielding Teams to conduct on‐site activities associated with fielding equipment.

Performs plans for set up of fielding site and execution of fielding event, packing of equipment for shipment upon completion of fielding events, New Materiel In Briefs (NMIB) and conduct of New Equipment Training (NET) on assigned products as required, in addition to:  Coordinate Display for VIPs; Coordinate aircraft simulator or actual aircraft organic to the gaining command for static use during NET; Instructor Key Personnel Training (IKPT) interface with suppliers for NET Program of Instruction (POI); Provides oversight of execution of recurring training for fielded product training.

Conducts strategic and campaign planning;  Prioritization of receiving organizations;  Development of an execution plan;  Management of stock levels;  Accountability of issued items;  Management of shortages; and Preparation of and delivery of briefings to articulate the program.

Interfaces and coordinates with ASAALT, AMC, MACOMs and receiving Units for logistics and training requirements.

Provides subject matter expert input on behalf of the PM with the Aviation Center of Excellence for development of the new generation night vision device.

Required Skills:

Due to the sensitivity of customer related requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required.

Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS) or equivalent experience and minimum 20 years of related work experience.

Requires advanced knowledge of teaching Army aviators how to use aviation night vision devices which is typically obtained through advanced education combined with experience.

Must have an active Secret Security Clearance.

Must be able to travel up to 50% (CONUS and OCONUS).

Additional 5 years of experience as an Instructor Pilot desired but not required.

Graduate of the Army Aviation Initial Entry Rotary Wing Training, Instructor Flight and Army Instructor Pilots Course.

Extensive knowledge of visual cues associated with operating military aircraft at night using night vision devices.

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