THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a DEPUTY MISSION SUPPORT OFFICER, Position Description Number D1676000 and is part of the ID 124 MSG, Idaho Air National Guard.Learn more about this agency
THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO AIR NATIONAL GUARD.
THIS POSITION IS PERMANENT.
CONCURRENT WITH AGR ANNOUNCEMENT #20-20.
This position serves as the Deputy Mission Support Group Commander for a self-contained, stand alone, separately licensed Air National Guard (ANG) aviation base. The purpose of this position is to serve as the full assistant to the Mission Support Group Commander. This position shares responsibility with the Mission Support Group Commander and assists in directing and managing all infrastructure operations of an aviation base that include civil engineering, crash/fire/rescue, disaster preparedness, environmental management, personnel, command, control, communications and computer systems (C4), logistics plans, programs and readiness, base supply, transportation, vehicle maintenance, contracting, security forces, medical support, base services, fuels management, aerial port operations (as assigned), and all other support base functions. This position assists the Mission Support Group Commander in directing and managing all Mission Support programs and operations in support of the total base, to include tenant organizations and assigned geographically separated units. Serviced personnel include Military Technicians, Active Guard/Reserve personnel, Traditional Guard members, Non-Dual Status Technicians, employees of tenant organizations, state employees, and contract personnel.
The incumbent serves as a full assistant to the Mission Support Group Commander. Assists the Mission Support Group Commander in providing group-level direction and management for work characterized as infrastructure support for organizations and tenants of the host ANG base. Assists in directing the work to be accomplished by an organization consisting of 8 - 12 fulltime direct reporting subordinate supervisors and 100-150 base support employees in technician grades up to GS-13, Active Guard/Reserve (AGR) military grades up to Lt Colonel, and various state program and contract employees engaged in supervisory, professional, technical and administrative work. The base level of work managed and directed is determined to be GS-11. Assists in directing and supervising, through subordinate supervisors, staff and production functions affecting base operating support through a wide variety of high cost, sophisticated communications and computer systems, personnel data systems, real property assets, and associated equipment that comprise a significant share of base fiscal resources. Employees comprise a work force of highly skilled staff management, professional, administrative, technical, trades, and crafts occupations in air technician, AGR, state employee, contract employee, and traditional guard status accomplish the work. Employees are employed under a variety of personnel programs, to include AGR, Federal, contractor, and state. Assists in setting priorities and preparing schedules for completion of work. Assists in planning, developing, and publishing mission support policies and procedures within the established controls of higher command echelons. Assists in assigning work to subordinate units based on priorities, work requirements and responsibility assignments, and the capabilities of the employees. Reviews, accepts, amends or rejects work which has been accomplished through subordinate supervisors. Consults with subordinate supervisors and training specialists on employee development and training needs. Ensures provision of such development and training. Makes decisions on work problems presented by subordinate supervisors. Collaborates with leaders of other units to negotiate, determine, decide on, and/or coordinate work affecting other units not personally supervised. Advises state, local, and Federal officials with broader and higher responsibilities on problems involving the relationship of the work of the organizations supervised to broader programs, and work impact on such programs. Coordinates legal and technical criteria and procedures for rendering decisions associated with mission support functions and corollary higher headquarters and cross-functioning agencies. Plans, develops, and executes support annexes to USAF and MAJCOM operating plans. Evaluates and monitors combat readiness of all mission support functions and branches, as well as all wing personnel, with regard to survivability, chemical defense, and weapons qualification. Reviews and integrates mission support elements with the Operations and Aircraft Maintenance Groups to ensure the units' ability to survive and operate under various conditions. Ensures appropriate service is provided to all geographically separated units (GSU) supported by the host base.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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