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This National Guard position is for a GS-0301-11 AIRMAN AND FAMILY READINESS PROGRAM MANAGER (TITLE 5), Position Description Number T5302000 in FAC 16F100 and is part of the MO 139th Airlift Wing.
APPOINTMENT FACTORS: This is an Indefinite Title 5 Excepted Service position. This is a non-bargaining unit position. SEE NOTES IN CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT BELOW.
- Manages, controls and executes a family readiness and support programs.
- Manages the coordination and accomplishment of the planning, scope, development, design and direction of the family readiness and support programs.
- Applies knowledge of management principles, applicable laws, regulations and higher headquarters guidance to family readiness and support programs
- Provides guidance to leadership in the development and implementation of a family readiness and support program and provides family readiness assistance at the geographical separated units.
- Analyzes current Family program support for Wing Families and determines where there are gaps in service or support. Where gaps exist, develops and manages programs that support Wing Families.
- Monitors the success of implemented programs and makes adjustments as needed.
- Conducts projects and studies using a variety of analytical techniques in order to document needs and concerns in regards to family readiness and well-being.
- Provides continuous analysis of the effectiveness and efficiency of the products and services by gathering, interpreting, analyzing, and staying abreast of the principles, policies, program goals and methodology of quality of life programs.
- Provides plans such as long-term family readiness and support plans and resource needs for an efficient resource management program and maximum support of service delivery.
- Analyzes family readiness and support budget functions and provide recommendations to resolve existing or forecasted shortages.
- Provides advice and assistance to accommodate family needs during full or partial unit mobilizations and to alleviate concern of unit members about family welfare in the event of mobilization.
- Provides full services during full or partial federal or state mobilizations, call-ups, and/or military support missions.
- Provides plans that maximize readiness and support resources for unit family member assistance during day-to-day operations and especially for Aerospace Expeditionary Force (AEF) deployments and full or partial unit mobilizations.
- Assesses, identifies, and determines family issues, trends, needs, program priorities, and program effectiveness through utilization of appropriate research methods and resources.
- Analyzes ongoing family services evaluation program and provides recommendations to resolve problems of overlap, duplication or conflict and to ensure effective goals and objectives are accomplished.
- Identifies family issues that require exploration, development, and resolutions, and determines appropriate methods and resources.
- Uses formal and informal needs assessment to ensure long term proactive/reactive programs are available.
- Identifies and categorizes volunteer capabilities, assets and training requirements.
- Works with the Family Program Director to identify and develop training options to the unit family volunteer community. Enhances and maximizes the volunteer capability to support the program with active volunteer services.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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