Job Overview

Summary

THE NEW JERSEY ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

FEDERAL TECHNICIAN VACANCY ANNOUNCMENT

THIS IS A MILITARY POSITION

NJ 13-145, VIN# 956255

 Human Resources Specialist (Human Resources Development)

JFHQ-J1-HRO, Fort Dix, New Jersey

GS-0201-09, D1043000

Starting Salary:  $53,500 PA

SALARY RANGE:  $53,500 - $69,545 PA

GS-0201-11, D1035000

Starting Salary: $64,729 PA

Salary Range: $ 64,729 - $84,146 PA

      OPENING DATE            CLOSING DATE

18 September 2013            21 October 2013     

NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED:  This is an excepted position that requires membership in a compatibility assignment in the National Guard.  Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform.  Acceptance of an excepted position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment.

AREA OF CONSIDERATION:

AREA I:  All New Jersey Army National Guard (NJARNG) Technicians

AREA II:  All Members of the NJARNG

If the individual selected is currently on a title 10 tour no action can be taken until he/she is released from tour.

APPOINTMENT STATUS:    ( X ) EXCEPTED  

This is a Dual Status Excepted Technician position in the New Jersey Army National Guard.                                  

                               ( X ) OFFICER        (  ) WARRANT OFFICER      ( X ) ENLISTED

OFFICER MINIMUM RANK:  1LT/O-2                         MAXIMUM RANK:  MAJ/O-4

ENLISTED MINIMUM RANK:  SG/E-5                      MAXIMUM RANK: MSG/E-8

APPLICANTS ABOVE THE MAXIMUM RANK: 

Applicants with an enlisted rank that exceeds the maximum advertised rank for the position my be considered.  Applicant must provide a statement with their resume/application which indicates their willingness to accept a reduction in military rank.  If selected, reduction in military rank is required to prevent grade inversion.

MILITARY POSITION:  Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ)

NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP STATUS:  Employment in this position requires concurrent military assignment to a compatible military position in the New Jersey National Guard in one of the following military specialty codes:

OFFICER BR: 42B or 42H            ENLISTED MOS 36B, 42A

LEVEL OF CLEARANCE/INVESTIGATION:  MUST HAVE A SECRET SECURITY CLEARANCE.

SELECTIVE PLACEMENT FACTORS: N/A

PRE-PLACEMENT PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  N/A

SELECTING OFFICIAL: LTC Christopher Perron, Human Resource Officer

Duties

The following list of duties is not conclusive but provides a brief snapshot of the duties that may be required for this position:  A copy of the complete position description is available in the Human Resource Office.

DUTIES:

GS-09:  Provides advice and assistance to technicians, supervisors, and managers on identifying training needs, training opportunities, and sources of needed training.  Conducts surveys of training needs, analyzes the information obtained, and submits recommendations.  Provides advice on technician training issues related to program requirements to successfully accomplish the state National Guard Mission.  Assists other units in planning and conducting in-house training and ensures proper training documentation is utilized for technician training credit.

GS-11 Serves as the state's principal human resource development advisor and consultant to key management on the full range of human resource development (HRD) options for a variety of professional, administrative, technical, and trades and labor occupations.  Develops policy and procedures at the state level for identifying organizational and individual training needs, training opportunities, and sources of needed training for positions in technical, professional, administrative, managerial, and skilled occupations.  Provides advice and guidance on technician training issues related to program requirements to successful accomplish the state National Guard mission.  Continually evaluates in-house courses to determine where guidelines need to be developed, course material modified, and how students could better be served.  Formulates, develops, implements and administers new or modified policy, systems, methods, and guidance on a variety of functions based on analysis of new or proposed laws, regulations, and policies to determine the impact on training and/or travel of technicians.