This position is located in a non-collocated Tactical Control Flight employing various types of complex communication and radar sets. Position performs or supervises the personnel, training and administrative functions of the flight.
(1) Insures that all required unit training is scheduled, accomplished and documented. Determines training requirements for each individual. Submits requests for special schools. Reviews training plans for unit training assemblies. Makes follow-up to assure that all guardsmen are keeping up with their training. Documents that training has been completed. Schedules all ancillary training and frequently gives it.
(2) Directs and controls the military personnel activities through the application of personnel procedures. Is responsible for the procurement, classification, assignment and utilization of personnel to maintain programmed manning standards in unit. Conducts the annual screening of personnel and the records review pro- gram. Performs or directs work associated with preparation of appointment, enlistment and separation forms and related data and the preparation and maintenance of GSO personnel folders. Is responsible for all personnel actions. Tests recruits and other personnel for upgrading, reclassification, etc.
(3) Insures that the unit has an efficient and on-going retention program. Makes sure that individuals are scheduled for their required interviews with supervisors, commander or incumbent. Develops a retention program that involves not only a member but his/her family and civilian employees through correspondence and awards.
(4) Monitors and reviews unit copies of mechanized output products furnished by CBPO to insure accuracy of information and proper utilization of the product. Insures that output products are properly annotated and returned to CBPO in a timely manner. Supervises the submission of source documents for Personnel Data System, Point Credit Accounting and Reporting System and Centralized Pay System. Conducts as appropriate the in/out processing of appointees, enlistments, school applications and discharges.
(5) Maintains control and provides technical assistance to insure timely submission of office effectiveness reports. Controls and administers various Air Force tests.
(6) Drafts correspondence pertinent to personnel matters. Insures maintenance of correspondence files, regulations, directives, letters and other publications pertaining to personnel administration. Drafts policies and procedures for the effective operation of the personnel program. Closely monitors discharge appointment of officers and board proceedings of subordinate activities and maintains an adequate suspense control system.
(7) Gives directions to a subordinate who will perform the services functions such as (a) a mail function involved with the processing of incoming and outgoing classified and unclassified documents, (b) a centralized master file and subordinate file systems used to provide a reference and record keeping for a variety of operational and policy material, (c) a system of reference libraries containing technical and general publications and directives, duplicating services, (e) a control of correspondence and all required actions, (f) forms control, (g) reports control, (h) a records system concerned with the development and arrangement of files, files maintenance and the periodic inspection of decentralized unit files, (i) typing services, (j) the operation of a centralized order and trust section required for the extensive military and civilian technician travel of the unit, (k) procurement of office equipment repair services, (1) the control of accountable property assigned to the section, and (m) the routine procurement, storage and issuing of office supplies and equipment through well established channels.
(8) Performs other related duties as required.