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Services Offered by the J1 Training & Development Section

Defense Travel System (DTS)

DTS (Defense Travel System) is a fully automated travel request, authorization, reservation, and reimbursement system that replaces the current process of travel orders, requests, paper travel orders, paper travel vouchers, and manual reimbursement. The DTS allows the traveler that has a common access card (CAC) reader, to work in a paperless environment 24 hours a day. Travelers will request trip authorizations, reserve their own airline tickets, hotels, and rental cars, and request reimbursement online. The DTS will store all documentation online for the required six years and three months; thereby eliminating the need to file paper copies.

DTS Tips:

  • DTS Authorization is to be submitted AFTER SF182 Training Request has been approved by HRDS 
  • DO NOT travel without having your DTS request approved; per JFTR traveler will be responsible for costs
  • Your "Travel Orders" is the printout of your approved DTS Authorization
  • DTS Travel Vouchers need to be filed within 5 days of return to duty
  • If you are requesting to use your POV for mode of travel to destination, the following is required per the JFTR:
    1. Completion of the Constructed Cost Worksheet must be attached as a Substantiating Document
    2. Statement of GSA non-availability must be attached in Substantiating Documents
    3. A scanned copy of the flights indicating the cost from DTS must be attached in Substantiating Documents

Important Links:

DTS | VirtuallyThere.com (to retrieve your final SATO invoice)

Individual Development Planning (IDP)

IDP (Individual Development Planning) is the process of identifying work experience, development, education, and other activities that contribute to improve job performance and self development of an employee.
This deliberate planning process provides good framework for development discussions between employee and supervisor. The ideal IDP should be realistic enough to provide employees with opportunities to advance to their highest levels of their abilities.

Reasons to develop an IDP:

  • As a result of changes in mission, policies, programs or procedures.
  • To keep abreast of new technology.
  • As a result of the assignment of new duties and responsibilities, including new hires and permanent employees that accept a new position.
  • To improve or maintain proficiency in the present job.
  • In support of individuals who have been hired below the target grade and require knowledge, skills, and abilities to be promoted to target grade.
  • Per the Technician Personnel Regulation (TPR) 400, "Managers and supervisors working in conjunction with the HRDS will establish IDPs for technician positions. An IDP is required for technicians employed below the full journeyman (trainee) level. IDPs may need to be modified after identifying training and development needs of the employee. Managers and supervisors are encouraged to use IDPs for all employees newly assigned to include seasoned technicians."

Who Engages in the IDP Plan and Process?

  • Joint effort between supervisor and employee in assessing the employee's skills and expertise in relation to current or future job requirements and then identifying appropriate training and other developmental experiences
  • Gives the supervisor/employee team an opportunity to develop a strategy for achieving both organizational and personal developmental goals
  • Provides the supervisor with a valuable tool for refocusing the workforce to meet present or future organizational requirements.

Important Links:

IDP NGB Form 650 (2009)

Performance Improvement Planning (PIP)

PIP (performance improvement planning) is the formal process in which the supervisor helps the employee improve performance or modify behavior; and Implemented and designed to bring the technician to a "fully successful" level at any time during the appraisal period.

Reasons to Develop PIPs?

  1. Given to a technician if one or more critical element(s) is not being met. If one critical element is graded a "1", ALL critical elements are graded a "1" as well
  2. After the employee has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to perform the critical elements in their performance plan
  3. After supervisor has made reasonable informal efforts and the employee's performance has remained below the marginal rating
  4. After consultation with Human Resources Office
  5. After consultation with Labor Relations Specialist
  6. After consultation with Legal Counsel

A PIP Must:

  • Document instances of unacceptable performance
  • State specifically what must be accomplished to perform at or above the marginal rating
  • Describe what resources are available to assist the employee
  • Identify how long the PIP will be in effect (normally 90 - 120 days)
  • Describe the consequences if performance is not improved
  • Describe how the supervisor is going to provide the opportunity for improvement

Technician Training Request

Authorization, Agreement and Certification of Training Form - SF 182

Purpose:
Used to document instances of completed civilian employee training in the Department of Defense (DoD). The SF 182 is the primary document used to process training requests. The SF 182 is authorized for use to obligate funds, contract for training, and certify payment of approved training expenses.

The SF 182 is also used for requesting, approving, and certifying payment for attendance at meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops and symposia where the primary purpose is to train an employee to meet a performance improvement related need.

The form is normally accompanied by a Continuing Service Agreement (CSA) when the length of the training exceeds 80 hours. A CSA binds the employee to the organization for up to 3 tmes the length of the employees training. If the course is 4 weeks long, the CSA would obligate the employee to continue employment with the organization for 12 weeks.

Flow of the SF 182:

  1. The immediate supervisor submits a request for training through channels to the Human Resources Development Specialist (HRDS)
  2. The HRDS approves or disappoves the training request based on regulatory compliance, quota confirmation, and funding availability
  3. The HRDS notifies the supervisor/technician of the final determination of the training request
  4. If approved, the HRDS will notify the technician when they can submit their DTS Authorization
  5. Once training is completed, the technician is required to submit the course certificate (if applicable), travel voucher and course evaluation form to the HRDS.

Important Links:

Training Request SF 182 | Submit Approved Training Request (CAC Required)

Courses

Technician Orientation

2016 Technician Supervisor Course Schedule

Contractors in the Workplace Training 2014

CSRSFERS - Retirement Seminar 2015

NOTE: FERS, FERS-RAE, & FERS-FRAE are all included in the FERS document.

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Fixed-Wing Pilot

[ ARMY ] - [ 19-61 ] - [ Fixed-Wing Pilot ]


Opening Date: 2/14/2019
Closing Date: 2/23/2019
Postition Grade: W4
Grades Authorized to Apply: W2-W4
Duty Location: WI Flight Det, Madison, WI
Areas of Consideration: Open to those eligible to enter the AGR program; must be in the WIARNG
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Pilots and commands C-26 fixed wing aircraft under tactical and non-tactical conditions. Operates aircraft during all types of meteorological conditions including day and night operations. Transports passengers, mail or cargo for military purposes. Maintain requirements IAW C-26 aircrew training manual (ATM) and OSAA SOP. Must possess or be eligible for a SECRET clearance.

  • Preferred to be an Army Fixed Wing C-26 qualified; must provide verification
  • Preferred to be an Army Multi-Engine Fixed Wing qualified; must provide verification
  • Preferred a minimum of 500 hours multi-engine fixed wing time; must provide verification
*If not C-26 qualified, must successfully complete Army Multi-Engine Fixed Wing qualification with a C-26 transition
Material Management (2 positions)

[ AIR ] - [ 19-34 ] - [ Material Management (2 positions) ]


Opening Date: 2/11/2019
Closing Date: 2/25/2019
Unit: 115 LRS, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to all eligible to enter AGR program **Open to on-board T32 technicians in the 115 FW LRS that hold 2S0X1 AFSC
Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Available:  MSgt/E-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Manages materiel management activities and systems involved in requirements determination, inventory control, storage and issues of supplies and equipment. Computes requirement, determines allowance, and researches and identifies materiel requirements. Performs operations involved in storage inspection, and identification of property. Performs inventories and ensures timely correction of discrepancies. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities. Inspects and identifies property. Determines condition of property received. Performs shelf-life inspections of stock. Develops methods and improves procedures for storing property. Plans use of storage facilities. Stores, issues, ships and transfers property. Controls issue of classified, sensitive, pilferable and controlled items. Coordinates with maintenance activities on repairable component actions. Controls and issues bench stock property. Obtains material required for equipment modification, periodic component exchange and bills of material in support of maintenance. Accounts for all items contained in mobility readiness spares packages. Provides materiel management expertise to combat support, enabler organizations and responsible officers for the proper accounting and control of specified classes of supply. Reviews and validates requirements. When required, initiates follow-up actions on materiel requirements. Coordinates equipment transfer and deployment actions with the accountable officer. 2.8. Plans and schedules materiel storage and distribution activities. Processes information retrievals using materiel management system databases. Manages materiel management related systems and hardware. Performs operator maintenance on materiel management related systems and hardware. Applies system security policy and procedures to prevent unauthorized changes to information. Distributes materiel management computer products. Acts as a subject matter expert to the commander on the operation of materiel management systems and operations. Monitors Defense Data Network traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System. Ensures database integrity and makes necessary corrections. Controls and operates the Remote Processing Station (RPS). Monitors systems processing and corrects processing errors. Monitors materiel management traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System and takes corrective action. Maintains liaison with the Standard Systems Group, MAJCOMs and the servicing Defense Megacenters, to identify and correct problems. Develops database retrieval scripts for materiel management support analyses. Operates motor vehicles and assorted materiel handling equipment.
Material Management

[ AIR ] - [ 19-35 ] - [ Material Management ]


Opening Date: 1/24/2019
Closing Date: 2/25/2019
Unit: 115 LRS, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to all eligible to enter WI ANG AGR program *Must possess advertised AFSC
Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Manages materiel management activities and systems involved in requirements determination, inventory control, storage and issues of supplies and equipment. Computes requirement, determines allowance, and researches and identifies materiel requirements. Performs operations involved in storage inspection, and identification of property. Performs inventories and ensures timely correction of discrepancies. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities. Inspects and identifies property. Determines condition of property received. Performs shelf-life inspections of stock. Develops methods and improves procedures for storing property. Plans use of storage facilities. Stores, issues, ships and transfers property. Controls issue of classified, sensitive, pilferable and controlled items. Coordinates with maintenance activities on repairable component actions. Controls and issues bench stock property. Obtains material required for equipment modification, periodic component exchange and bills of material in support of maintenance. Accounts for all items contained in mobility readiness spares packages. Provides materiel management expertise to combat support, enabler organizations and responsible officers for the proper accounting and control of specified classes of supply. Reviews and validates requirements. When required, initiates follow-up actions on materiel requirements. Coordinates equipment transfer and deployment actions with the accountable officer. 2.8. Plans and schedules materiel storage and distribution activities. Processes information retrievals using materiel management system databases. Manages materiel management related systems and hardware. Performs operator maintenance on materiel management related systems and hardware. Applies system security policy and procedures to prevent unauthorized changes to information. Distributes materiel management computer products. Acts as a subject matter expert to the commander on the operation of materiel management systems and operations. Monitors Defense Data Network traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System. Ensures database integrity and makes necessary corrections. Controls and operates the Remote Processing Station (RPS). Monitors systems processing and corrects processing errors. Monitors materiel management traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System and takes corrective action. Maintains liaison with the Standard Systems Group, MAJCOMs and the servicing Defense Megacenters, to identify and correct problems. Develops database retrieval scripts for materiel management support analyses. Operates motor vehicles and assorted materiel handling equipment.
Maintenance Management Analyst

[ AIR ] - [ 19-65 ] - [ Maintenance Management Analyst ]


Opening Date: 2/14/2019
Closing Date: 2/28/2019
Unit: 115 FW/MOF, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Restricted to on-board AGR’s assigned to the 115 FW, Open to all AFSC’s, Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required: AB/E-1
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Collects, monitors, audits, evaluates, and analyzes MIS data. Periodically audits source data for accuracy, timeliness, and compliance with directives. Collects and maintains data for use in analysis reports, studies, and problem identification. Using statistical techniques, interprets findings from data, identifies trends and significant deviations, and recommends corrective action. Analyzes deficiencies in areas such as equipment performance, materiel consumption, scheduling, management, and resources; their impact on the maintenance mission; and results of corrective actions. Prepares visual media for analysis studies. Prepares written reports and special studies; and presents recommendations and briefings to senior managers. Controls, manages, and maintains MISs. Performs FSA duties. Coordinates, effects development, and schedules MIS products, retrievals, and other programs. Identifies problems and recommends and applies corrective actions related to MIS operation and maintenance. Identifies and reports database problems and issues. Coordinates with appropriate information management and processing centers to ensure automated systems capability and compatibility with customer requirements are met. Focal point for MIS requirements and enhancements. Forwards requirements/enhancements to higher headquarters for approval
Aircraft Electrical & Environmental Systems Craftsman

[ AIR ] - [ 19-68 ] - [ Aircraft Electrical & Environmental Systems Craftsman]


Opening Date: 2/14/2019
Closing Date: 2/28/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board technicians assigned to 128 ARW, Must possess advertised AFSC’s, No Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Inspects, troubleshoots, and maintains aircraft E & E systems, subsystems, components, and associated test equipment. E & E on- equipment systems include direct and alternating current; gas turbine compressors and auxiliary power units; landing gear, anti-skid, and nose wheel steering; electronic engine control, ignition, and starting; lighting; master caution and warning; take-off warning; flight control; cargo door and cargo delivery equipment; non-electro static application (NESA) windows; anti-icing; fire and overheat warning; fire extinguishing and suppression; fuel control; liquid cooling; air conditioning, bleed air, cabin pressurization, and auxiliary pressurization; oxygen; and aircraft utility systems. Performs off-equipment maintenance on E & E system components and associated test equipment. Included are control, protection, caution, and warning panels; lighting equipment; frequency and load controls; anti-icing controllers; inverters; voltage regulators; nose wheel steering and anti-skid amplifiers; generators and integrated drive generators; actuators, relays, motors, and valves; lighting equipment; fire and overheat panels; fire extinguishing equipment; aircraft batteries; aircraft oxygen system components and special equipment testers. Performs cryogenic maintenance on mobile aircraft servicing units. Maintains, repairs, and fabricates electrical wiring, harnesses, and connectors. Uses electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and other test and support equipment. Maintains compressed gas equipment. Inspects and evaluates aircraft E & E maintenance activities. Determines operational status of assigned assets. Interprets inspection findings and determines corrective actions. Ensures compliance with technical publications and directives.
Fuel System Worker (2 positions)

[ AIR ] - [ 19-63 ] - [ Fuel System Worker (2 positions) ]


Opening Date: 2/14/2019
Closing Date: 2/28/2019
Unit: 128 LRS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open On-board Technicians Only, Must possess advertised AFSC, No Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required: SSgt/E-5
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Available: MSgt/E-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Directs receipt, storage, transfer, and issue operations for petroleum, alternate fuel and cryogenic products. Forecasts product requirements, places orders for products, and performs product receipt operations. Ensures proper handling and segregation of products received and verifies quantity and quality. Documents discrepancies in product receipt quantities and quality. Isolates off-specification products and takes appropriate actions to correct quality problems. Ensures compliance with all safety and environmental regulations. 2.2. Manages, maintains and operates storage and dispensing facilities. Rotates stock to prevent product quality degradation. Ensures an effective operator maintenance program is carried out. Maintains inspection and maintenance records for facilities. Reports facility deficiencies to appropriate maintenance activity. Initiates facility upgrades and construction projects. Inspects and maintains cryogenic storage tanks and support equipment. Operates and maintains cryogenic production plants. Manages, maintains, and operates Fuels Support Equipment (FSE) used for base and tactical operations. Performs technical fuels functions. Operates Fuels Service Center (FSC) to monitor all product movements and ensure timely response to mission requirements. Coordinates fuel and cryogenic servicing requirements with supported agencies and ensures appropriate prioritization of support requirements. Ensures vehicle and equipment preventive maintenance program is effective and reliable. Operates mobile and hydrant servicing equipment to dispense products to aircraft and ground support equipment and facilities. Operates cryogenic storage tanks to receive and dispense products. Maintains fuels and cryogenic records. Ensures accuracy of receipt, inventory, transfer, and issue documents. Processes computer transactions to ensure proper billing and payment for all product receipt and issue transactions. Monitors product temperature and handling gains and losses to ensure they are within tolerance. Coordinates gain/loss investigation when acceptable tolerances are exceeded. Compiles data and generates ad hoc and recurring reports. Monitors inventory levels to ensure adequate stocks are on-hand to support operating and war reserve stock requirements. Inputs data into the base- level support applications (BLSA) to ensure accurate accountability. Reconciles information systems to ensure all transactions have processed correctly. Maintains quality control of fuel and cryogenic products. Operates and maintains laboratory test equipment. Collects and analyzes product samples from receipt sources, bulk storage tanks, and dispensing vehicles and equipment. Documents test results in Fuels Manager® Defense and conducts trend analysis on product quality. Establishes a sample correlation program with the Aerospace Fuels Laboratory to validate the integrity of the base-level analysis procedures. Collects petroleum, oil and lubricant samples from crashed aircraft and submits them to the Aerospace Fuels Laboratory for analysis. Ensures an effective product segregation and recovery program is implemented. Establishes and manages a lock out/tag out program. Oversees unit personnel readiness. Monitors unit manning document and allocates personnel to authorized positions. Participates in mobility planning, submits resources and training system data, and evaluates and approves unit type code changes. Reviews and monitors status of unit type codes (UTCs) and provides updates to the Unit Deployment Manager (UDM). Conducts preventive maintenance inspections on the fuels vehicle and equipment. Determines the overall mechanical condition of equipment and corrects deficiencies as required. Analyzes malfunctions, documents deficiencies, and coordinates repairs with the Refueling Maintenance shop. Tests repaired fuel vehicles and equipment for proper operation. Adjusts fueling components and verifies installed safety devices for proper operation. Performs scheduled inspections, preventive maintenance, and on-the-spot repairs. Uses technical publications to maintain fuels vehicles and equipment. Prepares servicing equipment for shipment.
Fuel Distribution System Worker

[ AIR ] - [ 19-60 ] - [ Fuel Distribution System Worker ]


Opening Date: 2/1/2019
Closing Date: 3/1/2019
Unit: 115 LRS, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to all eligible to enter WI ANG AGR Program * Must possess advertised AFSC. No Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required: A1C/E-3
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Available: MSgt/E-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Directs receipt, storage, transfer, and issue operations for petroleum, alternate fuel and cryogenic products. Forecasts product requirements, places orders for products, and performs product receipt operations. Ensures proper handling and segregation of products received and verifies quantity and quality. Documents discrepancies in product receipt quantities and quality. Isolates off-specification products and takes appropriate actions to correct quality problems. Ensures compliance with all safety and environmental regulations. Manages, maintains and operates storage and dispensing facilities. Rotates stock to prevent product quality degradation. Ensures an effective operator maintenance program is carried out. Maintains inspection and maintenance records for facilities. Reports facility deficiencies to appropriate maintenance activity. Initiates facility upgrades and construction projects. Inspects and maintains cryogenic storage tanks and support equipment. Operates and maintains cryogenic production plants. Manages, maintains, and operates Fuels Support Equipment (FSE) used for base and tactical operations. Performs technical fuels functions. Operates Fuels Service Center (FSC) to monitor all product movements and ensure timely response to mission requirements. Coordinates fuel and cryogenic servicing requirements with supported agencies and ensures appropriate prioritization of support requirements. Ensures vehicle and equipment preventive maintenance program is effective and reliable. Operates mobile and hydrant servicing equipment to dispense products to aircraft and ground support equipment and facilities. Operates cryogenic storage tanks to receive and dispense products. Maintains fuels and cryogenic records. Ensures accuracy of receipt, inventory, transfer, and issue documents. Processes computer transactions to ensure proper billing and payment for all product receipt and issue transactions. Monitors product temperature and handling gains and losses to ensure they are within tolerance. Coordinates gain/loss investigation when acceptable tolerances are exceeded. Compiles data and generates ad hoc and recurring reports. Monitors inventory levels to ensure adequate stocks are on-hand to support operating and war reserve stock requirements. Inputs data into the base-level support applications (BLSA) to ensure accurate accountability. Reconciles information systems to ensure all transactions have processed correctly. Maintains quality control of fuel and cryogenic products. Operates and maintains laboratory test equipment. Collects and analyzes product samples from receipt sources, bulk storage tanks, and dispensing vehicles and equipment. Documents test results in Fuels Manager® Defense and conducts trend analysis on product quality. Establishes a sample correlation program with the Aerospace Fuels Laboratory to validate the integrity of the base-level analysis procedures. Collects petroleum, oil and lubricant samples from crashed aircraft and submits them to the Aerospace Fuels Laboratory for analysis. Ensures an effective product segregation and recovery program is implemented. Establishes and manages a lock out/tag out program. Oversees unit personnel readiness. Monitors unit manning document and allocates personnel to authorized positions. Participates in mobility planning, submits resources and training system data, and evaluates and approves unit type code changes. Reviews and monitors status of unit type codes (UTCs) and provides updates to the Unit Deployment Manager (UDM). Conducts preventive maintenance inspections on the fuels vehicle and equipment. Determines the overall mechanical condition of equipment and corrects deficiencies as required. Analyzes malfunctions, documents deficiencies, and coordinates repairs with the Refueling Maintenance shop. Tests repaired fuel vehicles and equipment for proper operation. Adjusts fueling components and verifies installed safety devices for proper operation. Performs scheduled inspections, preventive maintenance, and on-the-spot repairs. Uses technical publications to maintain fuels vehicles and equipment. Prepares servicing equipment for shipment.
Aircraft Inspection Section Mechanic

[ AIR ] - [ 19-69 ] - [Aircraft Inspection Section Mechanic ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board inspection section technicians assigned to the 128 MXS

Must possess advertised AFSC’s
No Trainees Accepted.

Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Available: MSgt/E-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Performs sortie generation, ground handling, and servicing operations. Performs aircraft inspections such as preflight, thru-flight, postflight, hourly postflight, special inspections, and phase or isochronal inspections. Advises on problems, maintenance, servicing, and inspection of aircraft and related aerospace equipment. Uses technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and related equipment. Inspects, troubleshoots, and maintains aircraft structures, engines, hydraulic, and other related systems, components, and related equipment. Removes and installs aircraft and engine components. Conducts operational checks and repairs components and systems. Performs ground engine operation. Adjusts, aligns, and rigs aircraft systems. Accomplishes weight and balance functions. Supervises and performs aircraft jacking, lifting, and towing operations. Supervises and performs aircraft, engine and component inspections. Interprets inspection findings and determines adequacy of corrective actions. Inspects and checks components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation. Performs pre-use inspections and operates powered and non-powered aerospace ground equipment. Inspects and identifies aircraft corrosion for prevention and repair. Reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete documentation. Inventories and maintains aircraft equipment. Coordinates maintenance plans and schedules to meet operational requirements. Supervises and assists in launching and recovering aircraft. Reviews maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends and production effectiveness. Performs crash recovery duties. Performs staff and supervisory management functions.
Aircraft Metals Technology Technician

[ AIR ] - [ 19-74 ] - [ Aircraft Metals Technology Technician ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board Metals Technology technicians assigned to the 128 MXS

Must possess advertised AFSC’s
No Trainees Accepted.

Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Available: MSgt/E-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Advises on metals machining, welding, designing, and production problems. Designs, manufactures, or modifies special precision tools, gauges, dies, and fixtures to facilitate metal working operations. Performs metals technology shop calculations such as determining cutting speeds and settings, welding processes, and preheat and postheat requirements. Welds, brazes, solders, and heat treats metals. Uses manual and computer numerical controlled (CNC) metal working machines, mills, and lathes to manufacture and repair cams, gears, slots, and keyways for aircraft components and SE. Writes programs for CNC machines using manual and Computer Aided Design- Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD-CAM) methods. Checks completed components and determines serviceability in accordance with drawings and specifications. Disassembles, assembles, and fits component parts using machine screws, bolts, rivets, press fits, and welding techniques. Uses metal working equipment, tools, and supplies to produce surface finishing specifications for components. Extracts broken or damaged hardware. Checks components for wear tolerances using precision measuring devices. Maintains and inspects hand tools and metal working machinery. Performs operator maintenance and service inspections on shop equipment and tools. Ensures lock out and tag out procedures are accomplished prior to maintenance on all equipment. Uses and disposes of hazardous waste and materials according to environmental standards.
Aircraft Fuel System

[ AIR ] - [ 19-73 ] - [ Aircraft Fuel System ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board technicians assigned to the 128 MXS

Must possess advertised AFSC’s
No Trainees Accepted.

Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Advises on aircraft fuel systems removal, repair, and installation maintenance procedures and policies. Diagnoses fuel system and component malfunctions. Recommends corrective actions and resolves problems using technical publications and analytic techniques. Performs maintenance on aircraft fuel tanks and cells. Removes access panels, and depuddles, purges, repairs, and tests fuel tanks and cells. Performs entry and maintenance in confined spaces . Removes, repairs, and replaces malfunctioning components. Prepares aircraft surfaces, and applies sealants, adhesives, and associated chemicals. Supervises, inspects, and evaluates aircraft fuel systems maintenance activities. Cleans fuel cells and tanks, and inspects for foreign objects, corrosion, cell deterioration, and fungus. Stores, handles, uses, and disposes of hazardous material and waste. Initiates deficiency reports, maintenance analysis documents, technical data changes, and equipment records. Records information on data collection forms and automated systems.
Aerospace Repair Mechanic

[ AIR ] - [ 19-72 ] - [ Aerospace Repair Mechanic ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board Aerospace Repair Section technicians assigned to the 128 MXS

Must possess advertised AFSC’s
No Trainees Accepted.

Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
PDF
Job Description:
Performs sortie generation, ground handling, and servicing operations. Performs aircraft inspections such as preflight, thru-flight, postflight, hourly postflight, special inspections, and phase or isochronal inspections. Advises on problems, maintenance, servicing, and inspection of aircraft and related aerospace equipment. Uses technical data to diagnose and solve maintenance problems on aircraft systems. Interprets and advises on maintenance procedures and policies to repair aircraft and related equipment. Inspects, troubleshoots, and maintains aircraft structures, engines, hydraulic, and other related systems, components, and related equipment. Removes and installs aircraft and engine components. Conducts operational checks and repairs components and systems. Performs ground engine operation. Adjusts, aligns, and rigs aircraft systems. Accomplishes weight and balance functions. Supervises and performs aircraft jacking, lifting, and towing operations. Supervises and performs aircraft, engine and component inspections. Interprets inspection findings and determines adequacy of corrective actions. Inspects and checks components for clearances, tolerances, proper installation, and operation. Performs pre-use inspections and operates powered and non-powered aerospace ground equipment. Inspects and identifies aircraft corrosion for prevention and repair. Reviews maintenance forms, aircraft records, automated maintenance data systems, and historical reports to ensure complete documentation. Inventories and maintains aircraft equipment. Coordinates maintenance plans and schedules to meet operational requirements. Supervises and assists in launching and recovering aircraft. Reviews maintenance data collection summaries to determine trends and production effectiveness. Performs crash recovery duties. Performs staff and supervisory management functions.
Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman

[ AIR ] - [ 19-71 ] - [ Aerospace Propulsion Craftsman ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board technicians assigned to the 128 MXS

Must possess advertised AFSC’s
No Trainees Accepted.

Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Plans, organizes, and directs aerospace propulsion maintenance activities. Interprets and implements directives and publications pertaining to maintenance functions, including environmentally safe maintenance practices. Determines resource requirements, including facilities, equipment, and supplies. Inspects and evaluates maintenance activities. Advises, performs troubleshooting, performs engine health management, and determines repair procedures on aircraft engines. Diagnoses and repairs malfunctions using technical publications and Interactive Electronics Technical Manuals (IETMS). Solves maintenance problems by studying drawings, wiring and schematic diagrams, technical instructions, and analyzing operating characteristics of aircraft engines and propellers. Inspects, certifies, and approves completed maintenance actions Removes, installs, inspects, repairs, and modifies engines, engine modules and components, and propellers and propeller components. Disassembles and assembles engines and propellers adhering to prescribed procedures. Prepares engines and propellers for installation, storage, or transportation. Tests components using bench mockups and test equipment. Installs and removes engines on test stands, and operates, evaluates, and performs test stand functions on engines. Accomplishes operator maintenance on test stands. Inspects and maintains engine ground SE. Operates and performs operator inspections on related SE. Selects, uses, and cares for special tools, hand tools, and test equipment. Uses and disposes of hazardous waste and materials. Analyzes, interprets, and recommends maintenance actions based on unscheduled engine removals and engine monitoring system data. Coordinates with the base engine manager to analyze scheduled engine removals; recommends forecast actions to the weekly or monthly maintenance schedules.
Aircraft Structural Maintenance Craftsman

[ AIR ] - [ 19-70 ] - [ Aircraft Structural Maintenance Craftsman ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 3/5/2019
Unit: 128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to on-board Aircraft Structural Maintenance technicians assigned to the 128 MXS

Must possess advertised AFSC’s
No Trainees Accepted.

Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized: TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available: TSgt/E-6
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Assembles structural parts and components to meet requirements for preserving structural integrity and low observable qualities. Assesses damage to aircraft structural components and low observable coatings. Advises on structural and low observable repair, modification, and corrosion protection treatment with respect to original strength, weight, and contour to maintain structural and low observable integrity. Ensures aircraft component balance is maintained. Assembles repairs using special fasteners and adhesives. Checks repairs for serviceability according to specifications and technical publications. Manufactures jigs, fixtures, forms, and molds. Paints aircraft, missiles, and support equipment (SE). Identifies, removes, and treats corrosion using mechanical and chemical procedures. Applies corrosion protective and low observable coatings. Applies aircraft paint schemes and markings. Uses metalworking equipment and tools to form, cut, bend, and fasten replacement or repair parts to damaged structures and components. Fabricates, repairs, and assembles tubing and cable assemblies for aerospace weapon systems and SE. Maintains and inspects tools and equipment. Performs operator maintenance and service inspections on shop equipment and tools. Ensures lockout and tagout procedures are accomplished prior to performing shop equipment maintenance. Stores, handles, and disposes of hazardous waste and materials according to environmental standards. Inspects structures and components and determines operational status. Interprets inspection findings, and determines corrective action adequacy. Posts entries and maintains maintenance and inspection records. Recommends methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures. Uses automated maintenance systems. Inputs, validates, and analyzes data processed to automated systems. Clears and closes out completed maintenance discrepancies in automated maintenance systems.
Finance Management Technician

[ AIR ] - [ 19-82 ] - [ Finance Management Technician ]


Opening Date: 2/20/2019
Closing Date: 3/6/2019
Unit: 115 CPTF, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Job restricted to Category II on board AGR employees only. Trainees accepted; must agree to retrain as 6F
Minimum Grade Required: Amn/E-1
Maximum Grade Authorized: SSgt/E-5
Maximum Grade Available: SSgt/E-5
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Provides customer service. Advises, interacts and coordinates with organizations on financial matters. Interprets and supplements financial directives. Prepares, verifies, computes and processes, and audits pay transactions. Processes, verifies, audits travel claims, estimates travel costs, determines fund availability, and performs follow- up on outstanding travel orders for travelers. Processes financial transactions. Performs follow-up on commitments, outstanding obligations, and processes disbursement and collection transactions. Disburses, collects, and safeguards cash, negotiable instruments and certified vouchers. Prepares accountability records and reports. Determines propriety of funding and certifies fund availability. Records, reconciles, and verifies entries into automated systems based on accounting documents. Certifies and processes payment and collection vouchers. Maintains appropriated funds, accounting records, and files. Schedules, prepares, verifies, and submits financial reports. Provides customer service and financial analysis for various organizations, vendors, and the Air Force Financial Services Center. Reconciles funding authorities with accounting records.

Analyzes accounting reports and financial data to identify trends for evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of Air Force activities. Develops and compiles factors for improved planning, programming and budgeting. Prepares budgets and execution plans and reports. Analyzes financial execution, identifies and explains variances, and prepares narrative justification to support financial requirements. Reviews financial data for accuracy and resolves discrepancies. Receives, reconciles, and distributes funding authorities. Examines funding and reprogramming actions to determine financial implications. Reviews reimbursement program status. Performs audits and reviews as required by directives. Administers the Air Force Management Control Program. Utilizes financial management decision support techniques to deliver sound financial advice to all levels of leadership.
Personnel Craftsman

[ AIR ] - [ 19-64 ] - [ Personnel Craftsman ]


Opening Date: 2/14/2019
Closing Date: 3/14/2019
Unit: 128 ACS, Volk FIeld, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to all eligible to enter WI ANG AGR Program, Open to all AFSC’s,
Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required: SSgt/E-5
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7 
Maximum Grade Available: MSgt/E-7
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Manages military personnel programs and advises commanders and Airmen on Air Force personnel policy. Manages a myriad of Air Force programs including; assignments, promotions, evaluations, identification cards, separations, retirements, benefits, entitlements, retention, classification, awards, decorations, retraining, casualty, personnel reliability, and personnel readiness programs. Determines program eligibility and counsels airmen on career progression. Manages and executes force management tools such as; force management boards, selective reenlistment and bonus programs. Counsels airmen on reenlistment opportunities, benefits, and entitlements. Advises commanders and provides reports and statistics to make personnel decisions. Manages data analysis products and ensures the accuracy of both deployed and in-garrison personnel data. Creates, interprets, and audits management assessments products and transaction registers and identifies mismatches. Works with commanders and Airmen to resolve discrepancies and ensures the accuracy of personnel data. Routinely crosschecks data from the personnel data system with source documents in the personnel records to ensure accuracy. Performs personnel actions. Conducts in and out processing at both in garrison and deployed and maintains accountability of Air Force personnel. Manages duty status reporting to include; leave, temporary duty, hospitalization, sick in quarters, and casualty reporting. Oversees personnel activities and functions. Inspects personnel activities for compliance with policies and directives. Reports discrepancies and recommends corrective action. Monitors personnel actions for timeliness, propriety, and accuracy. Ensures proper counseling of individuals on personnel programs, procedures, and benefits. Organizes and compiles management data and submits reports. Performs Commanders Support Staff (CSS) personnel functions. Prepares and processes administrative support actions relating to unit programs such as fitness, in and out-processing, evaluations. Manages leave web program. Maintains suspense system for personnel actions and correspondence. Maintains and monitors duty status changes. Provides customers with guidance on how to use web-based applications for personnel actions. Prepares and processes Articles 15, letters of reprimand, investigation reports, unfavorable information files, and separation actions. Performs Personnel Support for Contingency Operations (PERSCO) functions. Ensures accountability and casualty reporting for deployed forces, reports data to combatant commanders, and enables sound wartime decisions. Provides additional personnel support, as required.
Fire Team Member

[ AIR ] - [ 19-66 ] - [ Fire Team Member ]


Opening Date: 2/14/2019
Closing Date: 3/14/2019
Unit: 115 SFS, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to all eligible to enter WI ANG AGR Program, Open to all AFSC’s
Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required: A1C/E-3
Maximum Grade Authorized: SSgt/E-5
Maximum Grade Available: SSgt/E-5
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Leads, manages, supervises, and performs force protection duties employing up to the use of deadly force to protect personnel and resources. Protects nuclear and conventional weapons systems and other critical resources. Performs air base defense functions contributing to the force protection mission. Defends personnel, equipment, and resources from hostile forces throughout the base security zone of military installations. Operates in various field environments, performs mounted and dismounted individual and team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures, convoys, military operations other than war, antiterrorism duties, and other special duties. Operates communications equipment, vehicles, intrusion detection equipment, individual and crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment. Applies self-aid buddy care and life saving procedures as first responders to accident and disaster scenes. Provides armed response and controls entry to installations and protection level resources. Detects and reports presence of unauthorized personnel and activities and implements security reporting and alerting system. Enforces standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to laws and directives. Directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic; investigates motor vehicle accidents, minor crimes, and incidents; and operates speed measuring, drug and alcohol, and breath test devices. Secures crime and incident scenes; apprehends and detains suspects; searches persons and property; and collects, seizes, and preserves evidence. Conducts interviews of witnesses and suspects and obtains statements and testifies in official judicial proceedings. Responds to disaster and relief operations and participates in contingencies. Develops plans, policies, procedures, and detailed instructions to implement SF programs. Plans, organizes, and schedules SF activities and provides oversight, guidance, and assistance to commanders with the application of physical security and force protections in support of priority resources. Operates pass and registration activities and supervises and trains SF augmentees. Employs and utilizes the Incident Command System construct during emergency planning, response recovery operations. Inspects and evaluates effectiveness of SF personnel and activities. Provides guidance on employment and utilization of military working dog teams. Ensures proficiency training and certification standards are maintained. Employs military working dogs to support worldwide security force operations and executive agency requirements to include nuclear, Presidential support, federal law enforcement and national strategic programs. Ensures health and welfare of military working dogs. Trains handlers and military working dogs on all aspects of military working dog training. Maintains dog training and usage records and is responsible for storage, handling, and security of drug and explosive training aids. Leads, manages, supervises, and implements ground weapons training programs. Controls and safeguards arms, ammunition, and equipment and instructs ground weapons qualification training. Provides guidance on weapons placement to security forces and ground defense force commanders. Inspects ground weapons and replaces unserviceable parts and analyzes malfunctions by inspection and serviceability testing. Uses precision gauges, testing instruments, and special tools to adjust parts and operating mechanisms. Function- fires weapons for accuracy and serviceability. Controls and operates firing ranges and associated facilities to include supervising construction and rehabilitation.

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Supply NCO

[ ARMY ] - [ 19-67 ] - [ Supply NCO ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 2/26/2019
Postition Grade: E6
Grades Authorized to Apply: E6
Duty Location: Det 1, 1158th TC, Black River Falls, WI
Areas of Consideration: Open to WIARNG on board AGRs to include those eligible to re-class as a 92Y
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Performs supervisory and management duties for company supply section personnel, ensuring proper guidance and training. Responsible for ensuring the company is logistically ready for mobilization. Monitors the Command Supply Discipline Program of the company to ensure it is fully implemented. Monitors unit sensitive items, change of command, annual, and other inventories to ensure they are conducted to standard. Maintains the unit property book and possesses knowledge of GCSS-A procedures. Possesses knowledge of GFEBS, LOGSA-LIW, AFMIS, and CIF-ISM procedures, and all physical security requirements to secure equipment in an armory. Receives, inspects, and inventories organizational supplies and equipment as required, and transports equipment to other locations as needed. Secures and controls all sensitive items to include proper security of weapons and ammunition. Maintains individual clothing and OCIE inventories and records for the unit. Prepares and submits GCSS-A computer input data and reports. Reads, interprets, and reconciles GCSS-A generated reports. Normal duty requires occasional evening meetings with unit leaders. *Must hold or obtain a Secret Clearance in order to prepare CUSRs. Must complete Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations courses.
Instructor

[ ARMY ] - [ 19-65 ] - [ Instructor ]


Opening Date: 2/19/2019
Closing Date: 2/26/2019
Postition Grade: E6
Grades Authorized to Apply: E6
Duty Location: HHC 2ND BN 426TH Regiment (RTI), Ft. McCoy, WI
Areas of Consideration: Open to WIARNG on board AGRs that possess advertised grade with any MOS; do not have to possess SQI 8 to apply
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Serve as the Unit Movement Officer Course (UMOC) Primary Instructor. Responsible for Instructing UMOC in accordance with the CMP and POI, POI review and all course preparation. The selected Soldier must be a graduate or able to graduate from the following courses: FIFC/SGITC or CFD-IC and UMOC. Soldiers can possess FIFC and SGITC or CFD-IC to instruct courses; new instructors need to attend CFD-IC.

After attendance at these courses the selected Soldier must become certified to instruct UMOC.
Recruiting and Retention NCO

[ 19-68 ] - [ Recruiting and Retention NCO ]

Opening Date: 2/20/2019
Closing Date: 2/27/2019
Duty Station: Recruiting and Retention Battalion, Statewide, WI
Position Grade: E6
Grades Authorized to Apply: E6
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Limited to currently assigned AGR officers with the WIARNG full time AGR force
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Recruits, Interviews and pre-qualifies prospects for membership with the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Recruiting success is measured by total number of enlistments that ship to training in a given mission year. Daily use of a laptop computer is required for mission accomplishment. Directly supports Wisconsin Army National Guard units and attends required drills. Additional responsibilities may include supervising and training RSP Soldiers and FTNGD personnel to ensure effective RSP operations, aimed at increasing RSP drill attendance, RSP retention rate, and RSP ship rate. Must be able to effectively interface with MEPS personnel, unit FTUS, Retention NCOs, and Civilians. Additional duties as assigned.

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SURFACE MAINTENANCE REPAIRER
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AIRCRAFT MECHANIC
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SECURITY SPECIALIST
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FAMILY PROGRAM ASSISTANT
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