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    THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

    This National Guard position is for a TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST (T32), Position Description Number D0906000 and is part of the AL DCSIM JFHQ, National Guard.

    ORGANIZATION: DCISM, MONTGOMERY, AL
    SELECTING OFFICIAL: CW5 D. GIBSON


    *INDEFINITE APPOINTMENT: THIS POSITION WILL BE FILLED AS AN INDEFINITE APPOINTMENT FOR AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD OF TIME. THE INCUMBENT MAY BE TERMINATED UPON RECEIVING A 30 DAY NOTICE.

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    Responsibilities

    -- Manages the Army Information Systems Security (Telecommunications) (COMSEC) program. Within the COMSEC account environment, for maintains all aspects of account management. Responsible for the physical protection and accountability of all COMSEC material and equipment. Maintains and implements emergency operation plans to protect all COMSEC material and equipment during floods, fire, tornadoes, etc.-- Performs property accountability and controlling authority duties for COMSEC sub accounts. This includes the issuing, auditing, assessing, inspecting, and surveying of all sub accounts COMSEC equipment and materials. Reports all findings to the Telecommunications Manager.

    -- Manages all aspects of the secure voice, data, and video networks. Responsible for all STUIII secure communications to include hardware and key validation, distribution and accountability of the STU III equipment and keys. Provides COMSEC support to subordinate commands.

    -- Manages and tests the organizational radio network; insures operational readiness to include the Military Affiliated Radio System (MARS). Ensures optimum operational performance of the Satellite Communications (SATCOM) up/down links and digital to wireless integration of audio/visual transmissions in support of emergency contingency Command, Control and Intelligence (C2I) operations to the state/national command structure.

    --Manages the Command Frequency Management program. Employee obtains authorization for radio frequencies from higher headquarters in support of intra and interstate requirements for all activities within the state boundaries to include Federal agencies and activities passing through. Assigns, distributes and tracks all radio frequencies within the State. Prepares, assigns, implements, and operates the RBECS program to include the preparation of SOIs as well as the assignment of secure radio frequencies to subordinate units. Responsible for user compliance to the established frequency management program. Provides all aspects of bandwidth spectrum management.

    -- Performs other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    9

  • Job family (Series)

    0391 Telecommunications

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