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    This National Guard position is for a UNIT DEPLOYMENT MANAGER (Title 5), Position Description Number T5741300 and is part of the IL 183 WG, National Guard.

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    As a UNIT DEPLOYMENT MANAGER (Title 5), GS-0301-9, you will ensure personnel are qualified and ready to meet Air Expeditionary Force requirements.

    • Plan, organize, and oversee all unit level deployment activities.
    • Use established guidance, develop and implement home station military workload mitigation plans to maximize deployable capability.
    • Review all deployment related documents for applicable equipment and personnel tasking's and identifies the units total deployment requirements.
    • Work closely with unit personnel to tailor packages required to meet exercise and contingency deployment actions.
    • Plan and schedule personnel deployment/redeployment processing within the Installation Personnel Readiness (IPR) office and ensure a smooth and orderly flow of deployment personnel.
    • Ensure continuing support for communications requirements are accomplished throughout the deployment duration.
    • Establish metric and system analysis systems for unit and higher level management to assess the efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance with regulatory procedures.
    • Analyze the combat capability of unit through intensive evaluation of training, equipment status, manning, and unit supervision.
    • Review data to determine deficiencies, if any, and direct or perform appropriate corrective actions.
    • Provide manning and material reports to functional managers on UTC make-up to meet contingency and peacetime mission requirements.
    • Provide technical guidance and recommendations to senior leadership regarding unit deployment program.
    • Advise commander on the direction, management, and operation of all aspects of unit deployment capabilities.
    • Answer policy or procedural program questions concerning deployment process and programs.
    • Advise commander on the impact of deployment requirements, prepare statistics, shortfall letters, and informs commander of the effects of local capabilities.
    • Provide information regarding status of deployment actions, deployment dates, deployment shortfalls as required, and unit personnel readiness.
    • Ensure personnel and equipment readiness.
    • Ensure the unit is ready to meet wartime and peacetime mobility tasking's by scheduling and tracking unit deployment training.
    • Conduct initial review of folders with each individual and ensure new personnel receive proper training.
    **This is NOT an all-inclusive list of duties.**

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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