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Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex

Through about 7,000 employees, the WR-ALC provides depot maintenance, engineering support and software development to major weapon systems (F-15, C-5, C-130, C-17 and SOF aircraft). The Complex achieves command objectives providing a capability/capacity to support peacetime maintenance requirements, wartime emergency demands, aircraft battle damage repair and a ready source of maintenance of critical items.

Phone Number: (478) 926-2123

Jobs Currently Filling- Direct Hiring Authority

Public Announcement for Direct Hiring:
Robins Air Force Base is filling several positions via Direct Hiring Authority (DHA).  DHA is an appointing (hiring) authority that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has given to Federal agencies for filling vacancies when a critical hiring need or severe shortage of candidates exists. DHA enables an agency to hire, after public notice is given, any qualified applicant. A DHA expedites hiring by eliminating competitive rating and ranking, veterans' preference, and "rule of three" procedures.  Please send your resume to 
WRALC.recruitment@us.af.mil

 

WR-ALC is collecting resumes for the following job series. Candidate must have qualifying Training and/or experience for the job series.

8852 - Aircraft Mechanic 

Candidates who have completed mechanically based Technical training programs, or have equivalent experience… Example… diesel mechanic, automotive mechanic etc… may apply for 8852 Aircraft Apprentice Training programs.

2604 - Electronics / Aircraft Electrician
3705 - Non-destructive inspector

0850 - Electrical Engineer
0854 - Computer Engineers
0896 - Industrial Engineers
1550 - Computer Scientists
2210 - Information Technology

Updated on April 25, 2022

 

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WR-ALC Leadership

Aircraft Maintenance

402 AMXG - Aircraft Maintenance Group 
Provides Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM) and unscheduled repair activities on F-15, C-130, C-5 and C-17 aircraft. Responsible for the repair, modification, reclamation and rework of over 200 aircraft worldwide. Prepares and deploys combat Aircraft Battle Damage Repair (ABDR), crash recovery and supply and transportation teams worldwide.

Phone Number: (478) 926-0240

Commodities Maintenance

402 CMXG - Commodities Maintenance Group
Provides depot maintenance support to major weapons systems, primarily F-15, C-5, C-130 and Special Operation Forces (SOF) aircraft, through major structural repair, manufacturing, modification, component and special process repair. Applies industrial engineering and production control programs and procedures.

Phone Number: (478) 926-3089

Electronics Maintenance

402 EMXG - Electronics Maintenance Group
Provides combat-ready avionics parts and services to our warfighting forces. Production encompasses 75 percent of the Air Force organic workload, comprised of 275 key systems incorporating 6,100 discrete items. Transformed capability into effects through outstanding depot-level test, maintenance, manufacturing, repair, and engineering capabilities for all Department of Defense Services and Foreign Military Sales.

Phone Number: (478) 926-5959

Maintenance Support

402 MXSG - Maintenance Support Group
Provides logistics support for depot maintenance repair facilities and provides plant facilities, equipment engineering, calibration, and installation support to the wing's infrastructure. The unit is organized into two squadrons: the Industrial Services Squadron, which manages capital investment-related programs; and the Maintenance Materiel Support Squadron, which is responsible for determining, establishing, maintaining, forecasting, and transporting inventory of consumable and exchangeable materiel required for depot maintenance.
 

Software Engineering

402 SWEG - Software Engineering Group 
Serves as the single organic source of Mission Critical Computer Resources and Automatic Test Equipment software for all assigned prime systems and equipment and for all echelons of maintenance requiring computer programming skills and assembly level computer programming languages. Designs, develops, and provides new, altered, updated, or modified software and updates/corrects existing avionics items/system software. Provides on-site engineering assistance to identify and correct software deficiencies and provides criteria and documentation for automated equipment. Conducts feasibility studies for the application of automation to the depot maintenance process, and serve as the Automatic Test Systems focal point for the wing. 

Phone Number: (478) 926-2457

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