THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a SECURITY OFFICER, Position Description Number D2243000 and is part of the ID 124 Security Force Squadron, 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 #20-22.
This position is for non co-located/stand-alone or host Air National Guard (ANG) Wings or ANG Security Forces organizations co-located on non-Air Force installations. This position is located in the Mission Support Group, Security Forces Squadron (SFS). This is an ANG Dual Status Technician position requiring military membership, compatible military skill assignment, and classification. The primary purpose of this position is the principal advisor to the Wing Commander as the Anti-Terrorism Officer (ATO) and reports to the Mission Support Group Commander as the Defense Force Commander (DFC) with responsibility over the SFS; develops, implements, and manages the wing law enforcement, physical security, wing security, and Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection (AT/FP) programs.
Incumbent is the Wing Commander's principal advisor in all law enforcement and physical security matters. Enforces federal and assimilated state criminal and traffic laws, applicable regulations and administrative policies. Provides protection at the air base against possible theft, unauthorized entry, espionage, sabotage, and subversion from both internal and external threats. Performs analytical and evaluative duties related to the business of security. Responsible for accomplishment of the wing physical security and law enforcement programs. The DFC is on the Wing Commander's staff and has access on security issues, policy and program development. Manage a program comprised of a military and/or federal/state workforce involved in work which includes Air Force (AF) operations, assigning and directing security forces personnel in normal and emergency operations. The incumbent supports established Department of Defense (DoD), AF, and ANG security programs. Performs protective service work in guarding military buildings, personnel, and resources.
Serves as the Wing AT/FP Officer. Required to direct installation measures needed to protect against internal and external threats of terrorism. Exercises delegated authority by the Wing Commander to implement plans and protective measures to counter the threat, and for law enforcement initiatives and functions. Plans and develops selective law enforcement operations to assure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Analyzes weaknesses identified during risk mitigation studies, and higher headquarters inspections of systematic security problems in order to modify and/or apply new theories and recommended solutions. Ensures compliance with requirements for the protection of the command's Protection Level 1-4 (PL 1-4) resources. Compiles, summarizes, and analyzes information relating to crime prevention requirements; develops plans for approaches to satisfy the requirements and implements appropriate courses of action.
Plans, schedules, controls, and directs all unit functions. Provides leadership and guidance ensuring unit functions meets all wartime readiness requirement. Establishes unit goals that are the foundation for long and short range planning and execution of all internal programs. Develops, implements and reviews policies, procedures, and methods for identifying and protecting information, personnel, property, facilities, operations, or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism, espionage, sabotage or loss. Plans and advises on security and law enforcement issues. Interprets DoD, AF, ANG and State guidelines, and advises on methods and procedures for application. Evaluates overall effectiveness of the unit. Initiates changes to improve services or meet new requirements. Determines, formulates, and recommends budgetary, training, and organizational requirements, as well as all other support requirements.
Performs a variety of DFC and supervisory functions to include assigning work to subordinates (dual and non-dual status, Active Guard Reserve (AGR), and traditional drill status members) by selective criteria such as the difficulty of the assignment, capabilities of the employee, or present work load assigned to each employee. Sets priorities and deadlines, develops standards and evaluates performance of subordinate employees. Periodically reviews position descriptions to ensure accuracy, and the most effective utilization of personnel resources. Explains performance expectations and provides regular feedback on strengths and weaknesses. Gives advice and counsel, hears and resolves complaints, interviews, and selects candidates to fill vacancies within the unit. Initiates action to correct performance or conduct problems and/or approves serious disciplinary actions involving subordinates. Ensures documentation prepared to support actions is proper and complete. Recommends awards and changes in position classification to higher-level managers. Develops methods to improve production and quality of work directed. Reviews developmental needs of employees and makes decisions as to training required.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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