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This position is located in the Military Personnel Office (MILPO) of the Army National Guard (ARNG). The purpose of the position is to provide oversight, planning, interpretation, and application of policy.
DEFINITION OF AREA(S) OF CONSIDERATION:
Area 1 = Warrant Officer (CW2 - Below) and Enlisted members of the Louisiana National Guard.
Duties & Responsibilities:
(1) Responsible for oversight administration and implementation of policies pertaining to state medical affairs, and exercise of programs in one or more of the following areas: Line of Duty (LOD) Investigation Program, Incapacitation Pay Program, Active Duty Medical Extension (ADME) Program, MOS Medical Review Board (MMRB) Program, Follow up Health Care Program, Medical Claims Processing Program, Medical Evaluation Board (MEB), Physical Evaluation Board (PEB).
(2) Coordinates with the Human Resources Command (HRC), National Guard Bureau (NGB), the Military Medical Support Office (MMSO), Tri-Care, Regional Medical Command, the Military Treatment Facilities (MTF), the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB), Physical Evaluation Board Liaison Offices (PEBLO), Regional Army Commands, State and regional counterparts, and members at all unit levels.
(3) Serves as the advisor to the Supervisory Human Resources Specialist on issues of health care, sources of healthcare, and medical aspects of Soldier readiness.
(4) Manages the funds associated with the appropriate programs and provides accounting for expenditures as required. Provides updates of fund execution, projections, and unfunded requests. Synchronizes with overall fund manager and provides feedback to program manager.
(5) Responds to inquires and various correspondence within respective areas and ensure maintenance of an action file for all responses.
(6) Coordinates, assembles, monitors and ensures the proper conduct of medical boards, and participates as required. Provides tracking, over-sight, assistance and follow-up to issues identified through all medical aspects of Soldier readiness (SRP, PDHRA, and Periodic Health Assessment (PHA). Assists with or conducts onsite training as requested or required by supported units and activities.
(7) Reviews, evaluates, and interprets regulatory guidance, policies, and procedures to applicable programs. Provides guidance to all users through the development of policies, procedures, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and electronic tracking systems.
(8) Provides supervision of subordinate staff through the planning, assignment, and review of work; granting of leave; providing recommendation of training requirements, performance standards, and ratings; and effecting minor disciplinary actions such as warnings and reprimands.
(9) Performs other duties as assigned.
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