Job Overview


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


HRO Application Checklist: 

A current Resume and/or OF 612

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

Your DD214 (if available) or Service School Certificate awarding your MOS/AFSC

If substituting education for Specialized Experience, include transcripts


Enlisted members of the Colorado Army National Guard or those eligible to transferor enlist into the COARNG via the Reserves, Active Duty, re-enlistment, or military transfer.

May convert to "Permanent" without further competition.


92A, 88A, 90A, 91A MOS. Must be able to obtain MOS within a year of hire.


E-7 / SFC


 E-4 / SPC

The primary purpose of the work is to analyze and evaluate maintenance operations, production, and procedures; and make recommendations for improvement.  This requires practical knowledge of, and skill in applying, principles, concepts, and methods of surface maintenance equipment, facilities, and service operations.


Major Duties:

Analyzes and resolves a variety of conventional maintenance management problems to improve existing maintenance operations,production, and practices that impact the overall maintenance program.   Analyzes the effectiveness and efficiency of maintenance management, repair, and training; and the need for improving existing practices.  Develops goals and plans to ensure maintenance production standards are met.   Coordinates with shop leadership tor resolve conflicts affecting maintenance production or the shop backlog rate.   Assesses impact on the maintenance shop due to new equipment fielding, mission changes, new directives, manpower utilization and authorizations, etc.  Works with other organizations to increase the effectiveness of the maintenance program.  Establishes methods and procedures to ensure maintenance tasks performed meet or exceed established policies and regulations.   Disseminates to the maintenance shops, technical guidance and directions received form the Department of the Army (DA), National Guard Bureau (NGB), theJ-4/G-4, or the Surface Maintenance Management Office.   Contacts depots or manufacturers to clarify procedures or gain insight regarding better methods of repair or maintenance.  Schedules and conducts periodic meetings with shop leadership to disseminate information and standardize procedures.   Visits maintenance organizations to assist with technical problems, evaluate shop operations, and determine adequacy of production.  May serve as a member of the Command Maintenance Evaluation Team (COMET).   Analyzes COMET results, develops action plans to correct problems, and monitors implementation.   Monitors the organization's use of automation to properly account for manpower utilization and materials management.  Oversees and provides technical guidance regarding Class IX (Class 9) repair parts management; develops policy and procedures; and evaluates and revises, as needed.   Coordinates with the USPFO and other installation organizations to resolve problems.  Establishes and monitors the shop safety and health program.   Provides instruction, investigates accidents, and assures facilities meet established requirements.   Oversees the hazardous waste/industrial hygiene program for maintenance shops.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • TDY

Relocation Authorized

  • No