Heavy Mobile Equipment Planner/Scheduler
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
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Heavy Mobile Equipment Planner/Scheduler
T21, $31.79 - $41.33 HR
Washington Dulles International Airport, Equipment and Maintenance Division, MA-225A
Area of Consideration
Current Airport Authority Career Employees Only
Have you ever wondered who runs Reagan National Airport? Or Dulles International Airport? Or the Dulles Toll Road? We do! We’re the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority and we’re looking for talented, enthusiastic people to help us continue our tradition of outstanding service to travelers in the Washington Metropolitan area. In 2016 alone, we served more than 44 million air passengers. We offer an array of benefits programs, including vacation, retirement, and health benefits. Whether you are traveling the world or plotting your career path, your journey begins with us.
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Serves as a Planner/Scheduler in Shop 1 or Shop 2 (Shop) of the Equipment Maintenance Division in the Engineering and Maintenance Department at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (Airports Authority). Plans/schedules Shop work, assists in maintenance management and support activities, plans, analyzes and provides technical expertise to improve maintenance and repair operations of the Shop, and develops cost effective strategies to improve Shop productivity. Forecasts, through the use of historical data, the need to replace capital and non-capital equipment and performs other related functions.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (MQS):
To be rated qualified for this job, an applicant must meet all of the MQs listed below at the time of vacancy announcement closure.
1. A high school diploma, a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED), or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training.
2. Five years of progressively responsible experience in the repair and maintenance of heavy and light mobile gasoline and diesel fueled equipment (e.g. trucks, buses, crash/fire equipment, construction equipment, etc.) including, but not limited to: repair and maintenance of electrical systems (up to 670V); repair and maintenance of vehicle heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems; repair and maintenance of auxiliary generators; and repair and maintenance of associated mechanical and hydraulic systems and components.
A fully equivalent combination of education and training beyond what is needed to satisfy MQ 1 above may be substituted for up to two of these five years of experience (MQ 2) on a week-to-week basis provided the education and training provide evidence of the knowledge, skills and abilities required by items MQ2.
3. Experience or training demonstrating the ability to plan and schedule trade work such as the ability to analyze work orders and work requests to identify tasks, hours, skill sets, equipment, tools, parts, technical information and materials required; consider priorities of work; plan the sequence of work; estimate costs; prepare schedules; document assignment, approval, completion and reporting of work; and identify ways and means of improving productivity through planning/scheduling and related processes.
4. A Class B commercial driver’s license (CDL) or ability to obtain a Class B CDL within 90 days of hire, promotion, or placement into the job.
The qualifications listed below (if any) are preferred and may be considered in the selection process, but are not required to be rated qualified for this job.
1. Possession of a valid Class B CDL.
2. Experience maintaining and repairing crash/fire equipment, police vehicles, other public safety equipment, construction equipment, snow removal equipment, buses, and trucks.
3. Three years of experience in large-hub airport airfield and runway snow removal operations.
4. Experience in contracting activities, logistics, warehousing, and purchasing.
5. Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia as State Safety Inspector.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
Once the application process is completed, a review of your resume and supporting documentation will be done to determine if you meet the minimum qualification requirements. There is an Assessment questionnaire(s) that you must complete. Your resume and supporting documentation will then be compared to your responses to the assessment questionnaire(s). If a determination is made that your application does not support your responses, which you provided in the assessment questionnaire, your application will not receive further consideration for this announcement.