From the office of the Director, Aviation Civilian Personnel Proponency, Career Program 64 Aviation (CP-64):
The Army faces a global security environment that continually grows more competitive and volatile. Army Aviation’s responsibility to manage and operate airfields/heliports has greatly increased over the last decade. The "Airfield/Heliport Manager" is critical for the overall management of Army Airfield/ Army Heliport facilities and services to provide a safe, efficient, and effective airfield environment for aviation operations.
What is it?
The Army Airfield / Heliport Management Survey supports the ongoing transformational efforts of the Army Civilian Implementation Plan (CIP) through a data-driven approach for examining critical tasks, knowledge, competencies, and training required for the safe operation of Army Airfields and Heliports by Department of the Army Civilian workforce and will aid in other departmental transformational efforts such as standardized position descriptions, certification and credentialing programs, and training and education opportunities.
The Army Airfield / Heliport Management Survey is intended for Airfield/Heliport managers, Airfield Operations Personnel, Chief/Director Airfield/Aviation Division, and Director DPTMS/Deputy Garrison Commander or other Supervisors of Airfield/Heliport Managers/Airfield Management Personnel.
The Army Airfield / Heliport Management Survey has four overarching priorities:
- Capture critical tasks, knowledge, competencies, and training
- Inform data-driven program and policy changes
- Evolve career program investments supporting future Aviation skillsets
- Integrate efforts to support the Army CIP
Why is this important to the Army?
- People are the Army’s greatest resource with almost 2,000 Aviation Civilian professionals around the world supporting Aviation forces. This is a time of significant transition for the Civilian Enterprise and Career Program Enterprise Management and the most comprehensive Army Aviation modernization effort since the late 1970s. This initial effort of the Army Airfield / Heliport Management Survey supports the desired outcomes of the CIP in enhanced processes to reduce time to hire, inform increased credentialing and certification programs, and inform program policy changes to ensure that the Army remains ready as the world’s premier military force.
How can you help?
If you are an Airfield/Heliport manager, Airfield Operations Personnel, Chief/Director Airfield/Aviation Division, Director DPTMS/Deputy Garrison Commander or a Supervisor of an Airfield/Heliport Managers, make your voice heard. We Need You to take the survey!
The survey is located at: https://survey.tradoc.army.mil/EFM/se/0AFDD71A1FFFAE73?%ArmyAirfield-HeliportManagementSurvey%
The survey is open for 60 days for data collection. To access the survey you must copy and paste the link into your browser.
For additional information regarding the content of this survey or other Aviation Career CP-64 Program interests, contact the Aviation Civilian Personnel Proponency Office at 334-255-2811.
If you need assistance or help with the functionality of this survey contact the USAACE QAO Evaluator at 334-255-1759.