Job Overview

Summary

Colorado National Guard Dual Status

Technician Announcement

 

Colorado National Guard Dual Status Technician Announcement Technicians are employed under the authority of Title 32 USC, Section 709, which states, in part, that technicians are to be employed in "the administration and training of the National Guard," and "the maintenance and repair of supplies issued to the National Guard."

The following documents are required to be part of your application to be considered for this position

(YOU WILL BE IMMEDIATELY DISQUALIFIED IF YOU FAIL TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING):

 

REQUIRED: HRO Application Checklist: http://co.ng.mil/jobs/hro/default.aspx 

REQUIRED: A current Resume and/or OF 612

REQUIRED: Specialized Experience documented in resume with mm/yy - mm/yy format (see instructions below)

REQUIRED: Your DD214 (if available) or Service School Certificate awarding your MOS/AFSC (see AFSC/MOS listed)

If substituting education for Specialized Experience, include transcripts

 

AREA OF CONSIDERATION

Current Enlisted members of the Colorado Air National Guard (COANG). 

COMPATIBLE MILITARY ASSIGNMENT

 

Technician Note:  This position has a NGB compatible AFSC assigned to it; all Dual-Status technicians are required to maintain AFSC compatibility. The compatible AFSC for this position is 2AXXX, 2WXXX.  Failure to maintain AFSC compatibility can result in termination.

 

**Open to AGRs. AGRs must apply thru TSgt Shoup. See block 6 for instructions**

MAXIMUM MILITARY GRADE

 E-9/CMSgt

MINIMUM MILITARY GRADE

 E-8/SMSgt

This position is located in one of two major divisions within the Logistics Directorate (Logistics Group) of an Air National Guard Flying Wing. Its purpose is to provide overall direction and coordination of subordinate work activities within one of three major work functions (Aircraft Generation Division, and the Equipment Maintenance and the Component Repair Branches of the Aircraft Maintenance Division. All three work functions are organized with a number of subordinate supervisors due to the scope, volume, and complexity of operations. The work involves the total maintenance of complex, high performance military aircraft, ranging from multi-purpose heavy, multi engine transports to the most modern sophisticated fighters and bombers. All aircraft are fully integrated in and are part of the Total Force Mission of the United States Air Force. Occupations supervised are somewhat similar, in that they all involve maintenance of assigned aircraft to ensure combat readiness; they are dissimilar in their organizational location, as well as the functional areas, occupational series, and the diversity and complexity of systems for which each function is responsible. The occupation and nonsupervisory grade which best reflects the overall work operations supervised is Aircraft Mechanic, WG-8852-10

 

 

 

Duties

 

Major Duties:

Plans the overall allocation of personnel, funding and equipment resources to the organizational segments supervised to accomplish work operations which, because of their scope, volume, complexity, operational tempo, and total force integration must be planned on a annual or longer basis.

Coordinates and directs the work of units supervised. Assigns and explains work requirements to subordinate supervisors and sets deadlines.

Recommends promotion or reassignment of subordinate supervisors and reviews personnel actions prepared by them.

Implements safety regulatory requirements. Ensures that subordinates wear appropriate safety equipment and follow pertinent safety precautions.

Prepares for and participates in various types of readiness evaluations, inspections, mobilization and command support exercises, and Operations Other Than War (OOTW).

Performs other duties as assigned.

 

 

 

 

 

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • TDY

Relocation Authorized

  • No