Colorado National Guard Dual Status
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)
AREA OF CONSIDERATION
Current Enlisted members of the Colorado Air National Guard (COANG) and those eligible to enlist.
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 2SXXX. If you do not currently hold the 2SXXX AFSC, you will have one year to obtain it. Failure to obtain AFSC will result in termination. Failure to maintain AFSC compatibility can result in termination.
MAXIMUM MILITARY GRADE
MINIMUM MILITARY GRADE
position is located in the Air National Guard, Mission Support Group, Logistics
Readiness Squadron. The primary purpose
of the position is to perform warehouse inspection, storage, and inventory of a
wide variety of supply and equipment items, classified and sensitive items, War
Comsumables Distribution Objective (WCDO) items; selecting items to be issued,
shipped, or transferred; conducting warehouse validations and inventories;
maintaining central locator functions; performing warehouse inspection
functions (i.e., shelf life, functional checks); and managing the staging area
for delivery of items.
Receives and processes notice to stock parts and
equipment. Assures incoming materiel
matches that of the accompanying documentation. Stores all in-warehouse supply and equipment
items. Conducts periodic validation of warehouse
locations. Selects items to be issued and/or shipped and
transfers them to the Cargo Movement Element for subsequent delivery/shipment. Inspects all classes of property for which the
USPFO Accountable Officer has responsibility and/or accountability, including
small arms, aircraft parts and components; motor vehicle parts; building and
construction materials; special equipment; gasses, chemical, and wood products;
packaged petroleum products: machines and communication equipment. Monitors material suspect program to eliminate
possible hazards or substandard material. Identifies incomplete items. Manages the Precious Metals Recovery Program
(PRMP). Assists in formulating policies and procedures
to ensure proper management, security, and control of all supplies and
equipment in storage. Manages
unserviceable holding area. Ensures disposition is received in a timely manner.
Trains all supply personnel requiring an
inspector's stamp or those performing inspector duties, by signature. Assists in providing bench stock support to
customer organizations. Performs other duties as assigned.