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    THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

    This National Guard position is for a SUPERVISORY EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST, Position Description Number D1253000 and is part of the NC G4, National Guard (G4-SMM/ Manning Doc 5020-110).

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    Responsibilities

    As a Supervisory Equipment Specialist, GS-1670-11, you will supervise, instruct, and train subordinates in the performance of work; make assignments, checks progress and adequacy of work, and determines need for changes in the office; evaluate the analysis interpretations and conclusions developed by subordinates; grant leave, hires new employees, and is responsible for the effective operation; evaluate work performance of subordinates; ensure equal opportunity for subordinates in the selection of participants for training, promotions, awards and recognition, and other career development opportunities; direct, coordinate, manage the material readiness program; responsible for overall direction, coordination, and management of the surface equipment materiel readiness program and training of maintenance personnel; provide quality assurance measures for state materiel readiness programs; review reports for status of readiness; serve as the surface maintenance course manager; determine career development needs and coordinates with the Surface Maintenance Manager and the Budget Advisory Committee to program funds for full time support and unit maintenance personnel training/schools; plan, develop, manage the Maintenance Assistance and Instruction program to provide necessary training and development of unit personnel; responsible for the development and presentation of class materials; review training reports, staff visit reports, and inspection reports to determine areas of weakness in support of units/ activities; develop and direct implementation of mission support plans for new weapon systems or equipment entering the state's inventory for their impact on the surface maintenance community; determine the impact on maintenance facilities, training, special purpose tools and test equipment, budget; determine requirements; coordinate and manage new equipment training, displaced equipment training; and funding and/or maintenance training requirements; coordinate full time support personnel training with the Human Resources Office; coordinate training requirements with other staff sections; serve as a member of the State Readiness Committee and as Chief of the MAIT.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    11

  • Job family (Series)

    1670 Equipment Services

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