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    THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

    This National Guard position is for a HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST (MILITARY/INFORMATION SYSTEMS), Position Description Number D1621000 and is part of the ME 101st Force Support Squadron, National Guard.

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    Responsibilities

    This position is located in the Military Personnel Flight (MPF), Mission Support Group at an Air National Guard (ANG) flying wing. It's primary purpose is to plan, organize, administer, and troubleshoot the operation and data base integrity of the Military Personnel Data System in support of military human resources management functions. Serves as the primary point of contact to ensure the effective operation of satellite human resources interface with United States Air Force (USAF) servers and related human resources computers both hardware and software. Provides training on utilization of the different components of the Military Personnel Data System (MILPDS). Provides technical guidance regarding the overall scope of the MILPDS and interfacing systems to identify and solve personnel system related problems, which could inhibit or prevent a high state of readiness.

    DUTIES

    --Provides broad management advisory services. Analyzes and resolves operational problems and ensures compliance with military human resources policies, regulations, objectives and management procedures. Provides direction and gives advice to section chiefs and representatives of serviced organizations on methods of approach to systems related discrepancies discovered through analysis. Monitors corrective actions. Interprets Department of Defense (DOD) directed or legislative policies affecting the Military Personnel Data System and recommends enhancements. Resolves technical problems.

    --Monitors the overall operations of the Military Personnel Data System. Plans, directs and performs system management, quality assurance, system inquiry, trend analysis, small computer operations/management and system research. Provides guidance and assistance to unit commanders and user personnel on management capabilities of the system through the use of pertinent management information readily available.

    --Provides staff advisory guidance to the MPF, Units, Commanders and other base or Geographically Separated Unit (GSU) functional activities on solutions and feasible approaches to the utilization of the Military Personnel Data System in specific, and the human resources military program in general. Interprets manuals, regulations, instructions, and other correspondence to determine the impact on the Military Personnel Data System. Plans, directs, and coordinates operations of the system within existing policies and objectives. Advises the Human Resources Officer (Military) and the immediate supervisor on all adverse computer related issues. Researches system problems and determines solutions. Advises all MPF work functions and other agencies using articles on computerized system changes to achieve timely and accurate implementation.

    --Coordinates with AF, Air Reserve Personnel Center, The National Guard Bureau, Air National Guard State Headquarters and base functional areas on new data human resources programs and system procedures. Serves as the MPF liaison for systems with higher headquarters, MPF work functions, unit commanders, etc.

    --Administers Military Personnel Data System training programs for the MPF and other users of the system. Performs formal and informal training on utilization of the Military Personnel Data System, and other related systems to all users. Researches, develops, reviews, and updates training materials to include training outline, lesson plan, and charts. Obtains and arranges classrooms, audiovisual equipment, and on-line computer training aids.

    --Analyzes and compares data between the military personnel data system and interfacing systems. Analyzes products by comparing and verifying data for mismatched or missing data. Identifies discrepancies, takes corrective actions, and reports to appropriate functional OPR.

    --Advises managers of methods to limit invalid data input and suggest enhancements to procedures based on a broad knowledge of the human resources career field.

    --Directs, manages and controls the operation and maintenance of the Personnel Concept III (PC III) system. As the Endpoint System Administrator (ESA), the incumbent is responsible for development of local usage policy, plans, programs, installation, operation and maintenance for this system. Updates users on current system information and informs users on how to extract and use of information that is pertinent to their organization.

    --Provides system administration and performs system management. Analyzes organization structure and unit commanders' needs to ensure each organization supported has access to only the records they need. Controls system security. Establishes user ID's and Passwords. Analyzes user actions within PCIII. Takes necessary action to correct any security violations or abuse of the system. Uses UNIX and DOS commands to correct any security violations or abuse of the system.







    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    9

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/610690700. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.