Aviation Resource Management Career Field
Published April 09, 2008
1. Specialty Summary. Performs and manages aviation and parachutist Host Aviation Resource Management (HARM) and Squadron Aviation Resource Management (SARM) functions related to scheduling, standardization and evaluation, flying and ground training, aviation flight records, parachutist jump records and squadron operations. Operates and maintains the Aviation Resource Management System (ARMS). Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 155600.
2. Duties and Responsibilities:
2.1. Interprets public law, plans, organizes, and directs aircrew and parachutist resource activities. Reviews aviation mission accomplishment reports for accuracy. Initiates actions to support aviation management policies and procedures, and conducts aircrew and parachutist interviews. Prepares and processes aeronautical and military pay orders and flight authorizations.
2.2. Performs aviation and parachutist resource management functions. Monitors flight physicals, physiological training, aircrew qualifications, and other aircrew and parachutist-related programs. Schedules aircrew training and aircraft sorties, and maintains mission information. Monitors individual flight requirements, unit flying hours, and aviation requirement changes.
2.3. Maintains control and accountability for ARMS data. Controls security access to ARMS data interfaces, and advises on matters pertaining to ARMS requirements and modifications.
2.4. Inspects and evaluates production and maintenance of aviation flight and parachutist jump records, files, and reports. Evaluates completed work and group performance. Ensures functional directives are accurate and complete. Reviews aviation resource management procedures and recommends changes. Reviews trend analysis.
3. Specialty Qualifications:
3.1. Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: rated, career enlisted aviators, nonrated, operational support, and parachutist duty classifications and aviation management policies; aircrew and parachutist continuation and qualification training and upgrade; flying hour and flying incentive pay.
3.2. Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in oral communications and computer operations is desirable.
3.3. Training. For award of AFSC 1C032, completion of the basic aviation resource management course is mandatory.
3.4. Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:
3.4.1. 1C052. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C032. Also, experience in functions such as scheduling aircrew training, and aircraft sorties, host aviation, or squadron aviation functions.
3.4.2. 1C072. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C052. Also, experience in performing or supervising functions such as aircrew scheduling, aviation flight and parachutist jump records maintenance, or maintaining ARMS.
3.4.3. 1C092. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1C072. Also, experience in preparing and interpreting aviation and parachutist resource management policies and directives.
3.5.1. The following are mandatory as indicated:
220.127.116.11. Specialty requires routine access to Secret material or similar environment. For award and retention of AFSCs 1C0X2 and 1C000, completion of a current National Agency Check, Local Agency Checks and Credit (NACLC) according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management.
NOTE: Award of the 3-skill level without a completed NACLC is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to AFI 31-501.
18.104.22.168. Ability to speak distinctly is mandatory for entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs.
22.214.171.124. For award and retention of AFSCs 1C052/72/92/00, must maintain an Air Force Network License according to AFI 33-115, Vol 2, Licensing Network Users and Certifying Network Professionals.
For specific information about the Aviation Resource Support Management career field in the N.D. Air National Guard, please contact a recruiter at 1-800-972-8825.