THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a PROGRAM ANALYST, Position Description Number D0712000 and is part of the ID AASF, Idaho Army National Guard.Learn more about this agency
THIS POSITION IS BACKFILLING A TECHNICIAN WHO IS DEPLOYING.
FOR CURRENT FEDERAL TECHNICIANS ASSIGNED TO THE IDAHO NATIONAL GUARD THIS WOULD BE A TEMPORARY PROMOTION OR REASSIGNMENT AND CURRENT TENURE WOULD TRANSFER WITH EMPLOYEE. UPON MEMBER RETURNING FROM DEPLOYMENT, THE TEMPORARILY PROMOTED OR TEMPORARILY REASSIGNED EMPLOYEE WOULD RETURN TO PREVIOUS POSITION. THIS COULD BECOME A PERMANENT PROMOTION OR REASSIGNMENT IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE.
FOR A NEWLY HIRED TECHNICIAN, THIS POSITION IS INDEFINITE AND WILL END UPON DEPLOYING MEMBERS RETURN. THIS POSITION MAY CONVERT TO A PERMANENT STATUS WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE.
THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
Position is located in the office of the State Army Aviation Officer (SAAO), STARC Headquarters. Serves as the analyst responsible for accomplishing program planning, budgeting, analysis and evaluation of Army National Guard aviation programs in a state.
Analyzes funding for Flying Hour Program (FHP), Counter-Narcotics Program (CNOPS) and Additional Flight Training Periods (AFTPs) to aid effectiveness and to identify deficient areas or trends. Independently or as assigned undertakes projects which involve surveys, comparisons and studies of current and past operations. Normally defines requirements and extent of study, methods and sources used, and manner of presentation. Determines the significance of the computed statistics, interprets results and states conclusions developed. Determines deficiencies and high failure and man-hour consumption areas. Makes constructive recommendations for improving aviation operation methods and procedures. Compares aviation requirements with actual performance and determines the effectiveness of the operation. Accomplishes field surveys for the purpose of developing job standards on aviation surveys.
Based upon budget guidance received from higher headquarters, develops an annual budget for the aviation program. Reviews prior and current budgets/funding trends, compiles funding projections and prepares funding recommendations. Anticipates requirements for aviation funds by reviewing execution plans and recommends appropriate action such as
reprogramming funds from one project or facility to another to correct funds shortages. This requires close coordination with the facility and comptroller personnel, and an in-depth understanding of the status of the projects and contracts, their
completion status and their significance to ensure that the recommendations made will allow for the successful completion of the SAAO's work load and programs. Reviews the status of program milestones and aviation projects and certifies payment of funds after it has been determined that the requirements have been properly satisfied.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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