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    Fleet and Family Readiness is looking for the best and brightest to join our TEAM!!!  The Navy team offers innovative, exciting and meaningful work linking military and civilian talents to achieve our mission and safeguard our freedoms by enhancing the qualify of life for Sailors, their families, and others in the Navy Community. Department of the Navy provides competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and extensive professional development and training.

    Family Readiness includes the Fleet and Family Support Program and Emergency Response.

    The Fleet and Family Support Program provides services through Fleet and Family Support Centers, such as relocation assistance, new parent support, deployment services, clinical counseling services, financial management counseling, family employment services, family advocacy and the transition assistance programs.

    The Emergency Response Program manages Navy Installations Command’s response plans to provide assistance to the Navy Family during a disaster.

    Fleet Readiness is comprised of Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs, official and recreational lodging, and food and beverage operations. These services include:

      
    Navy Housing manages housing Navywide, including permanent party family housing and unaccompanied housing. Focused on assisting Sailors, both single and those with families, receive suitable, affordable and safe housing wherever they are assigned. 

    The Support Services Center supports the other four divisions and regional Fleet and Family Readiness Service Centers through a consolidation of management support functions, such as NAF financial management, marketing, training, NAF human resources, facilities and acquisition, information technology, and management evaluation and assistance.

    Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor coordinates the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen, and provides resources and support to their families and offers individually-tailored assistance to ensure enrollees’ successful recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration. 

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    Responsibilities

    POSITION: CHILD & YOUTH OPERATIONS CLERK, NF-0303-02

    LOCATION: Child Development Center 2287, CYP Division, Morale, Welfare & Recreation Department, Naval Station, Mayport, Florida.

    EMPLOYMENT STATUS:  REGULAR PART-TIME WITH BENEFITS. A one-year probationary period is required if not previously served.   Benefit information is available at: www.navymwr.org/resources/hr/

     WORK SCHEDULE: Monday-Friday, primarily 12:45PM to 7:15PM

    PAY: $14.30 *Eligible for  shift differential of 10%.

    AREA OF CONSIDERATION: ALL SOURCES

    MAJOR DUTIES: The CYP Operations Clerk performs a combination of duties related to one or more components of the CYP. Duties are related to record keeping and reporting, liaison with families and programs, and collection and monitoring of fees and supplies. These tasks are summarized below.

    Record Keeping and Reporting: Prepares and maintains assigned reports, correspondence, and statistical and financial data pertaining to components within the CYP (e.g., CDC, CDH, SAC, YP, R&R, and USDA). Ensures child registration and enrollment paperwork is complete and current. Ensures that all USDA food program records are accurate, up-to-date and readily available.  Reviews and submits completed paperwork for background checks. Maintains office files and records. Provides required information to requesting agencies that include but are not limited to Family Advocacy, Naval Investigative Services, Environment, Safety and Fire personnel, and USDA.  Prepares necessary daily, weekly and monthly reports in compliance with reporting policies and procedures and ensures they are submitted in a timely manner. Conducts research of records and follows up in order to resolve discrepancies and problems. Notifies supervisor of any discrepancies and informs supervisor of any issues/ problems that cannot be resolved.

    Liaison with Families and Programs: Provides front desk coverage, logs children in and out of the facility, and informs and answers questions regarding programs and services, patron financial obligations, waiting lists, events, and policies and procedures. Assists with dissemination of information to CDH providers regarding training schedules, certification process, application status, and USDA reporting requirements. Takes telephone calls and responds to inquiries, referring calls to supervisor or other personnel when appropriate. Performs assigned resource and referral duties and assists in maintaining current waiting list.

    Fees and Supplies: Collects fees and charges and records payments in accordance with proper procedures. Notifies supervisor of all delinquent payments. Completes a daily activity report and ensures proper deposit of funds in accordance with established cash handling procedures.  Responsible for monitoring all supplies and resources. Notifies supervisor of items that need to be ordered.

    Additional Responsibilities: Serves as a mandatory reporter to Family Advocacy and Child Protective Services as prescribed by local policy in the case of suspected incidences of child abuse and neglect. Performs other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Must be 18 years of age, with a High School Diploma or equivalent and must speak, read and write English.  Preferably 2 years of documented administrative work experience.  Must satisfactorily complete a background screening to include a National Agency Check.  Must have a valid driver’s license and pass a health screening to include immunizations.

    In addition, applications will be reviewed for the following skills and knowledge:  Knowledge of administrative support functions.  Knowledge of general office automation software, practices and procedures in order to accomplish various work assignments.  Knowledge of military CDC, CDH, SAC, YP, R&R and the USDA Food Programs. Ability to maintain a computerized database. Working knowledge of computer keyboard and Child and Youth Management System (CYMS) or equivalent database system. Ability to maintain accurate reports and records and military style documents. Ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.  Skill in cash handling required.

    Incumbent will be required to obtain CPR and First Aide certifications

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Who May Apply

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    United States Citizens

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