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This National Guard position is for a GS-0301-12 SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE COORDINATOR (TITLE 5), Position Description Number T5304P01 in SPMD 1320 and is part of the MO Family and Warrior Support Division.
APPOINTMENT FACTORS: This is a Permanent Title 5 Excepted Service position. This is a non-bargaining unit position.
- Manages and implements the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program.
- Performs long-term planning and organizational development necessary to accomplish human relations functions in support of education, training, and response for the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program.
- Provides oversight to SARCs, and in coordination with the JFHQ Victim Advocate Coordinator (VAC), and manages case assignments for Victim Advocates (VA) to perform SAPR duties
- Inputs and updates the Defense Sexual Assault Incident Database (DSAID).
- Inputs and updates sexual assault case data for reports of sexual assaults from National Guard Soldiers and/or Airmen for statistical trends analysis and reporting to NGB for inclusion in the DoD Annual Report to Congress.
- Confidentially inputs medical Line of Duty (LOD) documentation and information into the automated online LOD Module which enables NGB to authorize medical services and payment of related medical expenses stemming from a sexual assault.
- Manages the overall sexual assault reporting process and documentation in coordination with higher headquarters.
- Collects data and conducts trend analysis regarding incidents of sexual assault.
- Manages case information of sexual assault; safeguards and retains all case file information in DSAID in accordance with law.
- Ensures reports of sexual assault are reported to the appropriate command levels in accordance with applicable regulations and procedures.
- Ensures that information is disseminated on an official need-to-know basis and that is confidentiality maintained.
- Maintains accurate accountability of all SAPR/SHARP funds.
- Serves as the state representative to the Regional SAPR Advisory Committee (SAPRAC) to include attendance at related training courses, conferences, and meetings.
- Serves as the co-chair for the state Case Management Group (CMG) with responsibility for scheduling and coordinating the CMG and other members.
- Maintains liaison with civilian authorities, chaplains, military/civilian medical and legal services, and commanders to facilitate immediate response and accurate reporting of sexual assault incidents.
- Conducts meetings, both on and off the installation, with community outreach organizations in the interest of improving services to victims of sexual assault and referrals for domestic violence.
- Develops and plans Sexual Assault Awareness program activities through the year and conducts these activities in April to support the DoD National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM).
- Reviews Sexual Assault policies and programs to determine barriers, if any, and advises higher headquarters relative to their impact on policy to overcome high risk areas and potential offender behaviors; and recommends changes or new actions.
- Ensures that victims receive guidance and support during administrative, medical, investigative, and legal procedures; and ensures victims understand the processes involved.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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