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Administrative Support

Crew Training International
March Air Reserve Base, California, United States
June 07, 2019



Education: High school diploma or equivalent.

General Skills: Must be able to handle multiple tasks, a self-starter, flexible in work assignments, detail oriented, highly organized, possess good interpersonal and written communication skills, and work under limited supervision.

Computer Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Security Clearance: Must currently possess security clearance of "Secret" or above.


Assist flight commanders in providing data as requested by the Commander’s Support Staff in support of administrative programs.

Programs include, but are not limited to, task management, fitness program, safety program, security program, supply program, and manning.

Assist flight commanders in the preparation, maintenance, and disposition of administrative reports and other correspondence.

Act as the point of contact for all newly assigned aircrew; orient them regarding the basic functions of the organization, introduce them to key personnel, and schedule their initial training/orientation requirements.

Coordinate with UDM to schedule required pre-departure training with the deploying personnel and their supervision.

Provide deployment data/information that enables the UDM to schedule/coordinate with wing, base and higher headquarters offices on deployment issues and maintain mobility/training folders/documentation IAW DoD Foreign Clearance Guide, AFI 10-244, AFI 10-403, AFI 33-332, AFI 33-332, associated with Geographic Combatant Command/Major Command (MAJCOM)/Installation supplements, and locally-developed guidance.

Prepare and submit a list of requirements for purchase in support of aircrew deployment to the UDM and resource advisor.

Provide aircrew pre-deployment/post-deployment mobility, logistics, security, ancillary training, medical, and dental requirements to the UDM.

Assist flight commanders with data collection for deployment reporting in the Defense Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS), and the Air Expeditionary Force Reporting Tool (ART) including Unit Type Code posturing and individual status updates and provide to commander and UDM.

Perform other incidental and related duties as required and assigned.