Munitions Systems Section Chief - Military veterans preferred
2018-11-04 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Al Jaber Airbase Kuwait
The Munitions Systems Section Chief is responsible for the effective management of the assigned Materiel Elements (Accountability, Control and other elements as directed by the Superintendent) in accordance with established safety, technical, operational accountability standards, and PWS contractual requirements. Carries out all duties in accordance with DynCorp International ISO 9001 Quality and Safety Standards.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Manages and is responsible for all assigned personnel and equipment in the Systems Section, ensuring maximum utilization and conservation of resources.
Manages the Section according to the applicable standards of AFI 21-201, Munitions SOP, and DI Work Instructions.
In the event of an emergency, takes necessary control and timely response actions, enforces strict adherence of all applicable directives; i.e., technical, safety, security, quality, and implements timely corrective actions of all discrepancies identified during internal/external audits.
Develops and manages efforts, goals and levels according to contractual requirements.
Co-oversees management of munitions stockpile, facilities, tools, MMHE, support vehicles and equipment to ensure serviceability and determines causes of negative performance trends.
Develops department schedules and goals to meet requirements of daily timelines, special taskers, special projects, and contingency support. Submits schedules to Superintendent for final approval.
Utilizes CAS to the maximum extent possible in all systems efforts and processes.
Verifies that personnel complete all accountability documentation that is an integral part of production actions, and submissions are timely to Operations Accountability Element.
Identifies and advises the Munitions Superintendent of limiting factors that may impact performance goals.
Advises Munitions Superintendent about personnel performance and all production actions, to include root causes and solutions to correct negative trends in the Section’s performance.
Evaluates technical skills of personnel for conformance to established standards. Monitors the skills, proficiency of assigned personnel as it impacts production efforts. Tracks training requirements and ensures personnel receive necessary training.
Conducts sample surveillance audits of different processes in the Elements.
Interfaces and coordinates with the deployed Munitions Flight management as needed.
Ensures that personnel accurately calculate and observe the net explosives limits of all storage and operating locations commensurate with production actions.
Verifies that visual inspections on lightning protection and static ground systems are performed and documented in accordance with AFMAN 91-201, AFI 32-1065 Grounding System.
Ensures Munitions Control is informed of fire symbol, hazard marker, Risk Category or classified munitions changes that effect munitions storage and maintenance facilities.
May be appointed as the Munitions Superintendent during the incumbent’s absence.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Highly proficient using CAS and knowledgeable with accountability standards.
Skilled with diverse software in using computers.
Must be capable of obtaining a host nation driver’s license.
Experience & Education
Minimum of seven years of experience with USAF Military Munitions (AFSC 2W0X1).
Minimum of five years combined supervisory experience in USAF munitions activities and MMHE.