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    Summary

    This National Guard position is for a PLANS & OPERATIONS SPECIALIST, Position Description Number D0619000and is part of the J3 Nebraska Army National Guard.


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    Responsibilities

    As a PLANS & OPERATIONS SPECIALIST, GS-0301-11, duties include:
    Researches a variety of planning problems. Determines the need to develop a specific military support (MS) plan, special report or to conduct a study. Plans, coordinates and develops specific plans and projects from conception to completion. Exercises initiative to obtain and analyze information on problems, projects and plans assigned. Assembles and analyzes data; makes commitments within delegated authority; conducts briefings; and prepares information papers. Submits reports to the National Guard Bureau (NGB), Continental United States Army (CONUSA), military installations, and the Governor on NG involvement and mission requirements. Represents the state at meetings with various federal and state officials. Arranges conducts,, and attends conferences and meetings with other agencies. Services as MS special projects officer.

    Develops, analyzes and updates drug enforcement support operations contingency plans. Assesses the mission; determines the scope and impact on NG resources and capabilities. Advises state and federal law enforcement agencies and Department of Defense (DoD) agencies concerning NG resources and capabilities to successfully support drug enforcement, interdiction of illicit drugs, and eradication operations. Coordinates on: the user of aircraft, vehicles, other special items, equipment/material, fuel, subsistence, transportation, maintenance, special equipment, personnel, etc. Coordinates employment of the air crews to identify and report marijuana services on the ramifications of utilizing NG in various employing status (state status, annual training (AT), active duty, inactive duty training (IDT), additional flight training periods (AFTPs), etc.). Researches problems or lessons learned. Incorporates solutions and recommendations by other agencies to the NG.

    Develops state reporting procedures regarding Serious Incident Reporting (SIR) Submits initial telephone report to NGB, as required. Oversees the SIR investigation.

    Develops, analyzes and updates the state Terrorism Counteraction Plan. Develops, analyzes, and integrates civil and military resources and assets into the comprehensive Joint Civil-Military Terrorism Counteraction Plans. Develops an active preventive program which may include deliberate low visibility, clandestine, and/or various actions to deter or lessen the effectiveness of planned or actual acts of terrorism or aggression.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    None

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/524257900. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.