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Work Control Supervisor - 1095

Location: Arnold AFB, TN
Date Posted: 12-13-2018
**NAS INTERNAL POSTING ONLY - NAS CANDIDATE UNDER CONSIDERATION**
EXTERNAL APPLICANTS WILL NOT BE REVIEWED

Job Title:  Work Control Supervisor - 1095
Grade: 36 - 37
Department/Branch: Mission Execution/Technology Innovations (Model Shop)


National Aerospace Solutions (NAS), LLC is the team selected by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to conduct Test and Operations Sustainment activities at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex, Arnold Air Force Base, in Tullahoma, Tennessee. NAS is committed to partnering with the Air Force and the workforce at Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC) to drive the change necessary to ensure the long-term viability of the Complex while ensuring mission success: no impact to customers, no loss in data quality, and no reduction in productive test time – ultimately securing AEDC's long-term future and world-class superiority in aerospace and flight testing.
 
NAS currently has an exciting opportunity available for an experienced Work Control Supervisor to join our team at Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee.

Job Summary:
The successful candidate will function as a Work Control Supervisor in the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) function of the Model Shop Group while ensuring work is executed properly and safely.  Specific duties may include, but are not necessarily limited to: supervision of all other Work Management-related personnel in respective area, assisting in the development of O&M Work Management and Execution processes and procedures across respective area and across AEDC, and assisting in ensuring all work is executed across the TOS Contract in a safe, efficient, effective, professional, and consistent manner, especially in the respective Mission Execution or Mission Support area.
 
Job Duties: 
  • Supervise all individuals performing Work Management-related roles for respective Mission Execution or Mission Support Area. (I.e., Work Planners, Planner/Schedulers, Material Controllers, and other work management-related O&M Specialists).
    • Manages employee performance and results; utilizes company systems and tools to document results in a timely and consistent manner.
    • Provide leadership, guidance, mentoring, training, and development of assigned personnel with their functional roles, working with other O&M areas, safety, security, etc.
    • Recommend training plans for assigned personnel to O&M Support Manager to meet the current and future needs of the respective area.
    • Assign work that would benefit from work planning to Work Planner.
    • Work with assigned personnel on scheduling time off and coordinating backup capability to fill those functional roles.
    • Perform other supervisory duties as assigned.
  • Support the development of O&M Work Management and Execution processes and procedures across respective Mission Execution or Mission Support Area and across AEDC.
    • Provide input to the number of Work Control personnel for the respective Mission Execution or Mission Support area.
    • Coordinate with other Work Control Supervisors to identify resource capability to support respective area or other Mission Execution or Mission Support areas.
    • Support the development of deployment scenarios of O&M employees for the respective area.
    • Continually look for process improvements to better optimize the deployment and performance of O&M employees.
    • Assess progress against established goals and metrics related to the overall work management process and its sub-processes (i.e., work backlog, work prioritization, work planning, crew scheduling, resource sharing).
  • Ensure all work is executed across the TOS Contract in a safe, efficient, effective, professional, and consistent manner, especially in the respective Mission Execution or Mission Support Area.
    • Coordinate with Project Controls as needed for budget, master work backlog, & facility schedules.
    • Coordinate with other Work Control Supervisors and the client on potential for coupling work with other proposed outages to minimize unnecessary facility downtime and to maximize execution efficiency.
    • Evaluate assigned area’s entire work backlog (approved work requests, PM’s, corrective repairs, proactive follow-up work, minor modifications, capital projects, etc.) against standard work management processes (aging work orders, overall work backlog amounts, correct asset assignment, etc.).
    • Create work orders for all emergency and urgent work as needed and coordinate with Craft Supervisors/Superintendents for execution of emergency work.
    • Evaluate all of respective area’s work requests for priority, validity, duplicity, and need.
    • Approve all valid non-duplicate Work Requests for respective area and assign priority based on mission impact, project management milestones, systems engineering needs, etc.
    • Create Work Orders for all other work once ready to be scheduled or for other CMMS-required reasons (material-related, outage-related, etc.).
    • Evaluate & prioritize all identified work within the respective area.
    • Coordinate with planner / scheduler on test and other non-test customer outages that may have potential conflicts with proposed outages to minimize unnecessary facility downtime and potential for coupling with other proposed outages inside and outside respective area to maximize execution efficiency.
    • Work with Craft Superintendents on receiving adequate feedback for work accomplished in respective area.
    • Represent Mission Area at multi-Mission Area scheduling meetings with Client.
  • It is a condition of employment to wear company issued PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) in accordance with supervisory direction and company policy.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.
Basic Qualifications:
  • Applicable Technical degree/diploma/craft certificate, or Associates Degree in a technical discipline and twelve (12) to sixteen (16) years of progressive and relevant experience or any equivalent combination of applicable education and progressive and relevant experience totaling fourteen (14) to eighteen (18) years.
  • Demonstrated leadership capability, including 3 years progressive and relevant experience planning and scheduling work of craft personnel and 5 -7 years relevant experience as Material Expeditor, Work Planner, Scheduler, Construction Manager, Maintenance Manager, and/or Craft Superintendent/Supervisor.
  • Able to work self-directed with limited daily oversight in performance of Work Control Supervisor duties, including working towards specific objectives as requested.
  • Demonstrated commitment to safety, teamwork, motivation, and organization.
  • Ability to lead implementation of maintenance and reliability best practices across the Mission Area, especially as it relates to Work Management.
  • Knowledge of AEDC industrial work processes, facilities, and equipment across test cells, plants, utilities, etc.
  • Ability to organize work, taking into account priorities, facility impacts, personnel resources, and other resources.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with craft personnel, craft supervisors/superintendents, schedulers, engineers, project managers, management, and other personnel in the workplace.
  • Ability to learn PC systems, office software applications, and CMMS.
  • Knowledge of craft skill sets and jurisdictional guidelines as required to perform different work tasks, including any specific skills related to work being planned, scheduled, or executed.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Applicable Technical craft degree/diploma/certificate, or Associates Degree in a technical discipline and fourteen (14) to eighteen (18) to years of progressive and relevant experience or any equivalent combination of applicable education and progressive and relevant experience totaling eighteen (18) to twenty-two (22) years.
  • Demonstrated leadership capability, including 5 years of progressive and relevant experience planning and scheduling work and 7 - 10 years relevant experience as Work Planner, Scheduler, Construction Manager, and/or Craft Superintendent/Supervisor.
  • Knowledge of multiple AEDC facilities across test cells, plants, utilities, etc., including the ability to understand AEDC’s limited resources and overall priorities (especially in the Propulsion Mission Area).
  • Knowledge of multiple craft skills and specialized skills.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of CMMS, especially with regard to the Work Order system, Crew Scheduling functions, Ordering Materials, and Bills of Material.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with PC systems and office software applications, including Email, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, MS Project, Primavera, etc.
To apply go directly to our website at www.http://nas-llc.us/careers

Due to Air Force Security requirements, U.S. Citizenship is required for employment at AEDC.

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