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This National Guard position is for a SUPPORT SERVICES SPECIALIST, Position Description Number PDT5901700 and is part of the Mississippi National Guard.
As a SUPPORT SERVICES SPECIALIST, GS-0342-9, you will provide Information Management (IM) support to the Group. Incumbent coordinates with State HQ, National Guard Bureau (NGB), overseas Major Commands (MAJCOMs), and out-of-country organizations. Incumbent provides leadership and oversight to the unit orderly room function. The incumbent plans and provides war-skills and master-task training to all Unit information management and personnel specialists. Incumbent requires increased levels of quality and information management skills in order to accomplish mission objectives and work in close association with all sections of the AOG, AIS, AOS, AND ACOMS organizations, the host data processing organization, State Headquarters, lead and gaining MAJCOMs, and forward assigned location. Due to the unique mission of the cNAF, this PD cannot be used in any other organization.
1. Serves as the Group Orderly Room Manager, functioning as senior advisor to the Group Executive Officer for all orderly room and information management unit support functions. Initiates workday reports and manages orders publications procedures. This includes preparing, tracking, publishing, and distributing civilian and military travel orders, annual training orders, special training orders, and other orders to include special authorizations. Directs and provides administrative training in Air National Guard automated order systems for all Unit Orders Clerks. Reconciles orders publication with the workday accounting program. Maintains orders files for all unit personnel. Advises the Unit Resource Advisor on the status of workday account balances. Provides technical guidance to all personnel on matters pertaining to the various administrative requirements associated with orders production. Incumbent ensures that unit-wide disposition of records (including such records as state and federal activation, travel, promotion, awards and decorations, and Military Personnel Authorization [MPA] orders) is in accordance with USAF and ANG regulations. Manages transmission of record groups to staging facilities and ultimately to permanent storage facilities at the National Personnel Records Center. Establishes overall orders publication procedures and ensures orders clerks receive initial, advanced, and update technical training for all types of orders handled by the organization. Schedules workday report reviews and manages the coordination between orders publications clerks, host base travel and military entitlement offices, the primary resource advisor, and appointed workday control officers to minimize overdue commitments and obligations.
Formulates, develops, and directs the implementation of IM policies and procedures. Recognizes need, initiates action, directs or personally formulates new administrative policies and procedures, and recommends changes designed to improve administrative efforts or services. Analyzes AF, NGB, ANG Instructions, memoranda and directives pertaining to correspondence and mail management, preparation of correspondence and messages, and other administrative services and determines their effect upon the AOG. Develops and establishes procedures to implement these changes. Provides technical guidance to the AOG on matters pertaining to the various elements of the IM function. Conducts research on difficult information management issues within the unit, provides technical and specialized data, background material and references; recommends solutions and courses of action to be followed.
2. Incumbent is responsible for the accuracy and content of the individual computerized personnel records system for all assigned Air Operations Group personnel. Utilizes the computerized personnel records systems to track individual personnel issues or status and to generate such specialized reports as strength data and Weight and Body Fat Management Program (WBFMP) reports. Ensures the latest Operations Tempo (OPSTEMPO) guidance is updated and accurately used through the automated personnel information systems. Confers with the Wing Military Personnel Flight to research and resolve procedural discrepancies and upgrade specialty knowledge within the IM section.
Plans, organizes, and implements electronic media systems and computer systems throughout the unit. This includes electronic records management, electronic publications distribution on the Local Area Network (LAN), automated maintenance of the base and functional libraries (on computer disks), use and application of computer generated graphics, desktop publication, etc. Works with Base Network Control Center (BNCC) Manager installing/deleting user software.
3. Performs other duties as assigned.
Details of the duties and responsibilities are contained in the applicable position description located online, on the FASCLASS website. https://acpol2.army.mil/fasclass/search_fs/search_fasclass.asp
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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