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Welcome to the Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Activities at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. We proudly serve Military Members, Retirees, DOD Civilians and Family members in the surrounding area. Fort Belvoir Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Our military mission is global. As a strategic sustaining base for America's Army the work we do is vital to the success of the goals and objectives of the nation's defense strategy. A list ofthe organizations who call Fort Belvoir home reads like a "Who's Who" of the Department of Defense. No other Army installation in the world can compare to Fort Belvoir and its singular mission to provide logistical, intelligence and administrative support to such a diverse mix of commands, activities and agencies. Fort Belvoir has changed in many ways over the past several years, but some things will always remain the same. As dedicated stewards of the environment, we will continue to work always to conserve the natural beauty of the land around us, and to preserve our standing as one of America's enduring installations. Belvoir will always mean "Beautiful To See."
Location: Fort Belvoir Child and Youth Services.
For instructions regarding submission of your application for Non-appropriated Fund (NAF) vacancy announcements, please review the "How to Apply" section of this announcement.
You must submit a complete application by 11:59pm (Eastern Time) on the closing date reflected on the vacancy announcement. A complete application contains a Resume (or DA Form 3433), any required documentation to support any preference/priority claims, certification, licensure or education requirements as well as a completed Occupational Questionnaire. All these documents must be uploaded/faxed/dropped off/mailed based on the application method. If faxing, mailing or dropping off in person, your responses to the Occupational Questionnaire must be completed on the OPM Form 1203-FX to receive consideration; no other document will be accepted instead of the OPM Form 1203-FX. You may apply for this position using one of the four methods identified below.
1. ONLINE (preferred): Apply electronically via https://usajobs.gov. This will ensure faster processing of your application and provide faster status updates. You can download the USAJOBS.gov app to your smart phone for easy access and convenience.
2. MAIL: Mail or email your application package to the point of contact listed for this vacancy announcement.
3. IN PERSON: You may drop off your application package in person to the servicing CPAC, NAF HR Office listed as the point of contact for this vacancy announcement if you are within the area of the servicing CPAC, NAF HR Office.
Applicants will be referred to the selecting official based upon the date completed application is received in the NAF HR Office.
Neglecting to respond to the job related questions will result in an ineligible rating. You may contact the servicing CPAC NAF DIVISION identified on the vacancy announcement for additional assistance.
*Application Forms and URL links provided below in the HOW TO APPLY section*
Serves as a Child and Youth Services (CYS) Coordinator of a large CYS Program (minimum 1000 actual child/youth spaces in facility-based and FCC programs AND at least Level two sports program) with responsibility for the operation, integration, coordination, and oversight of installation Child Development Programs, Youth Programs, Liaison, Education Support, Outreach Services Programs, and Army Sponsored Community-Based Programs (Army Child Care in Your Neighborhood; Army School-Age Programs in Your Neighborhood; Army Youth Programs in Your Neighborhood) serving children and youth birth - 18 years IAW all applicable regulations and standards. Applies extensive, professional knowledge to plan, implement, and supervise a comprehensive program that promotes positive growth and development of children and youth. Provides program oversight and accountability for the performance of staff and the safety and well being of children and youth IAW Department of Defense (DoD), Army and local policies and standards. Ensures staff follow risk management procedures (i.e., abuse prevention, identification, and reporting procedures; accident prevention, etc.). Develops policies, procedures and SOPs to support program goals.