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Warner Robins, USA · Government/Military · $19.67/hr + $4.57 fringe benefit (2024 info)
Job Title: Scheduler and/or Planner
Job Type: W2 Hourly
Job Location: Onsite at Robins AFB – Warner Robins, GA
Compensation: $19.67/hr plus fringe benefit ($4.57/hr)


Job Overview:
  • Scheduler position is responsible for developing plans, performing reviews, and preparing inputs for Depot Maintenance in the Air Logistics Complex (ALC) at Robins AFB.
  • Planner position provides support to perform research, develop plans and initiate job acceptance documents for production planning, manufacture/modification planning and methods improvement.
  • US Citizenship
  • Active U.S. Government Secret Security Clearance
  • Able and willing to work on-site full-time at Robins AFB in Warner Robins, GA; start times vary from 0600 - 0730
  • Associate degree in a related field preferred, may substitute relevant work experience
  • Experience with software solutions such as MS Office, MS Project
  • Experience with DoD Systems such as G097/PDMSS, CONCERTO, D035K, Depot Maintenance Accounting and Production System (DMAPS), G005M/Bill of Material, Material Processing System (MPS), G004L (Job Order Production Management System), COGNOS, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Center of Parts Activity (COPA), DLA EMALL, LIMS-EV, and Role Oriented Consolidation Information Tool (ROCIT).
  • 1+ years of project scheduling experience
  • Able to work and communicate effectively with managers and colleagues at all levels of an organization
  • Organized, attentive to detail, and willing to pursue resolutions to issues as they arise
Scheduler Responsibilities:
  • Review, validate, and process workload induction documents and ensure adequate funding is available to cover requirements for adjustments
  • Verify unit repair costs and requirement inputs are correct in the maintenance legacy systems
  • Integrate un-programmed scheduling requirements into existing production schedules without detrimental impact to previously scheduled workloads
  • Participate in supporting new maintenance and supply chain processes like Logistics Requirements Determination Process (LRDP), Integrated Planning and Execution Sustainment Process, Depot Supply Chain Management Automation Tool (DSCM AT), and Maintenance Requirements Supportability Process (MRSP)Supportability Reviews
  • Evaluate Aircraft Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) production activities to identify targets of opportunity, and recommend MRSP improvements to achieve greatest outcome for increasing throughput and reducing costs
  • Perform maintenance and supply data collection, perform root cause analysis, create mitigation plans, perform A/C PDM schedule analysis to include linking parts to the schedule/Gates, measuring planning and ordering accuracy, measure front-end supportability requirements planned during strategic and operational MRSP reviews against actual Tactical requirements ordered, and measure point of use kitting effectiveness and utilization
  • Assess material planning and production support training effectiveness, provide SME support for hands-on training, track performance training metrics and identify shortfalls that require additional training on a case-by-case basis
  • Conduct analysis of Depot Maintenance and Supply Chain support issues associated with business processes administered by AFSC, Air Force Material Command (AFMC), 638 Supply Chain Management Wing (SCMW), WR-ALC, DLA-Aviation, DLA Richmond, & DLA-DDC
  • Perform analysis, assessments or studies to support WR-ALC senior leadership strategic goals
  • Conduct assessments and analysis of current depot maintenance organizational states, performs gap analysis of current and desired states, and provide conclusions and recommendations supporting management objectives
  • Develop transition plans and provide assistance towards implementing a disciplined, comprehensive, and flexible program and project management processes, including monitoring of project metrics, coordinating, and reporting based on Government-approved cost, schedule, performance, and risk baselines
  • Provide support in process improvement processes to include process mapping and flow charts, developing performance metrics and measure effectiveness and managing schedules and projects
Planner Responsibilities:
  • Perform preliminary investigation and analysis of total work requirements through coordination with government production personnel and supportability functions. 
  • Identify and obtain all necessary information regarding special tools, support equipment, technical data, blueprints, etc., needed to support the production process. This includes handling of STINFO as identified in PWS section 1.7. 
  • Arrange workload in proper sequence of completion to assure overall efficiency and effectiveness of production operations considering shop layouts, work flow sequence, manpower (skills and quantities) and material requirements. 
  • Develop workload planning packages, establish labor standards, equipment, facility standards and develops and maintains Bill of Materials and Work Control Documents. 
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. No third-party agencies or submissions will be accepted.

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