THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a DEPUTY SURFACE MAINTENANCE MANAGER, Position Description Number D1250000 and is part of the ID G4 SMM, Idaho Army National Guard.Learn more about this agency
THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.
THIS POSITION IS PERMANENT.
This position is located in the Joint Forces Headquarters-State, Logistics Directorate (J-4/G-4), State Surface Maintenance Management Office. The primary purpose of this position is to serve as the Army National Guard (ARNG) Deputy Director of the Surface Maintenance program in large states. As the deputy, serves as an alter ego to the ARNG Surface Maintenance Manager and fully shares in the direction of all phases of the organization's program which includes providing management direction, control, and accountability for ARNG surface maintenance programs and activities. These consist of, but are not limited to, Combined Support Maintenance Shop (CSMS), Maneuver Area Training Equipment Site (MATES), Unit Training Equipment Site (UTES), and Field Maintenance Shops (FMS). Work requires comprehensive managerial knowledge of the principles, concepts, and practices involving ARNG surface maintenance facilities, equipment, and services.
Manages, directs, coordinates, and oversees the ARNG State Surface Maintenance program. Determines goals and develop plans independently or jointly with higher management. Contributes significantly to the determination of resource needs, allocation of resources, and is accountable for their effective use. Makes or recommends organizational changes that have considerable impact, such as those involving basic structure, operating cost, and key positions. Considers a broad spectrum of factors when making decisions (or recommendations to higher level management), including such matters as employee relations, labor-management relations, and the effect on other organizations. Coordinates program efforts with other organizations or with National Guard Bureau (NGB) personnel. Assesses the impact of the organization's programs on other organizations in the state. Sets policy for the organization in such areas as determining program emphasis and operating guidelines. Understands and communicates NGB policies and priorities throughout the organization managed. Deals with human resources management policy matters affecting the entire organization, with personnel actions affecting key employees, or other staffing actions having significant impact. Delegates authority to subordinate supervisors and holds them responsible for the performance of their units.
Plans and schedules work and production to be accomplished by subordinates, sets and adjust short-term priorities. Assigns work in consideration of employee skills and mission requirements. Exercises significant responsibilities dealing with headquarters' personnel, senior commanders, and staff officers of other units, organizations, and commands. Advises high-ranking management of functions, activities and services provided. Advises, counsels, or instructs employees on work and administrative matters. Makes and/or resolves decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors. Develops performance standards. Evaluates subordinate supervisors' work performance and serves as a reviewing official of subordinates supervisors' workers. Improves production or increases the quality of work directed. Interviews candidates and recommends appointment, promotion, or reassignment to positions in the unit. Makes or approves selections for subordinate non-supervisory positions and recommends selections for subordinate supervisory positions. Hears and resolves employee complaints and refers group grievances, or more serious unresolved complaints, to a higher-level supervisor. Approves expenses comparable to within-grade increases, employee travel, etc. Recommends awards or bonuses for nonsupervisory personnel and changes in position classification. Provides technical supervision for field and sustainment maintenance on surface equipment issued to the ARNG.
Manages all aspects of the maintenance program, to include long- and short-range planning, maintenance training and proficiency, human resources direction, budgeting, etc. Formulates directives, serves on policy boards, serves on financial management committees, etc. Ensures compliance with National Maintenance Program (NMP) business procedures when scheduling and executing sustainment maintenance operations.
Provides technical and administrative advice to the Director of Logistics (DOL), commanders, and various staff officers regarding the surface maintenance programs, fiscal matters, organizational planning, and staffing for all levels of maintenance. Represents the state in major command conferences affecting the maintenance program. Serves as a liaison with Army Commands, the NGB, DOL, Army Depots, etc., in all matters pertaining to maintenance activities.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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