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    This AIRMAN AND FAMILY READINESS PROGRAM MANAGER is located in the Military Personnel Flight, Mission Support Group of an Air National Guard Wingand is part of the CA 163 ATKW.

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    Position may be extended up to 4 years if/when funding becomes available

    The primary purpose of the AIRMAN AND FAMILY READINESS PROGRAM MANAGER, GS-0301-9, is to serve as the family readiness and support services representative at an ANG Wing and coordinate concurrently with the Mission Support Flight Commander/Human Resource Officer (Director of Personnel (DP)) at each wing, Joint Force Headquarters - State (JFHQ-ST) Family Program Director, NGB Family Programs Office, and US Air Force/Major Command (MAJCOM) Family Readiness Directors. The incumbent provides assistance to the Wing leadership in the development and implementation of a family readiness and support program and provide family readiness assistance at the geographic separated unit(s) (GSU).

    The position resides within the infrastructure and support functions of the state National Guard; the incumbent is not subject to mobilization, nor is the work described part of the military mission; and the incumbent does not perform a key advisory or essential administrative role that is inherently military. In addition, the position must meet one of the following: It does not have a comparable military function; the position is required in full-time (civilian) role when the organization, or similar military position, is mobilized to perform continuing post-mobilization functions; or the position requires a skill or competency that necessitates technical expertise or professional qualifications that cannot be readily found in the military structure of the state military force.


    • Provides plans for an efficient resource management program and maximum support of service delivery .
    • Identifies family issues that require exploration, development, and resolutions, and determines appropriate methods and resources .
    • Identifies Wing family needs and concerns and presents appropriate plans, and recommendations to facilitate family readiness and support decisions.
    • Provides advice and assistance to the unit leadership in identifying and addressing family issues and demographic trends, which impact mission readiness and retention.

    May make additional selections within 90 days of eligible(s) issuance.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Infrequent/Rare

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/513207500. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.