This National Guard position is for a SECURITY SPECIALIST (TRAINING SPECIALIST), Position Description Number D2161000and is part of 155 SFS Nebraska Air National Guard.
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As a SECURITY SPECIALIST (TRAINING SPECIALIST), GS-0080-9, duties include:
1. Reviews all operations, mobility, contingency, and exercise plans to ensure combat readiness for the SF Squadron. Analyzes exercise and contingency plans to determine required SF actions in support of mission requirements. Evaluates all equipment, manning and training requirements to meet wartime, contingency, deployment, and pre-planned tasking. Coordinates with other base organizations on applicable plans. Manages the development of plans for deployment, disaster preparedness, base recovery, contingency response, and other related plans. Prepares, updates, and reviews the SF portion of the base deployment, disaster preparedness, base recovery, contingency response, and related plans. Coordinates plans and annexes with SF supervisors. Initiates changes, modifications, additions and deletions to personnel and equipment tasking and assignments through the SF Commander for approval. Identifies deficiencies develops, and implements plans for increasing mission readiness. Ensures the SF unit meets requirements for wartime capability and AEF requirements.
2. Responsible for proper security, classification, and storage of classified documents. Compiles information by identifying shortfalls and recommending corrective actions to Status of Resources and Training System (SORT) monitor on the status of SF personnel and training in all three classified reports. Serves as the alternate SORTs monitor.
3. Oversees the coordination, review, and implementation of SF manning authorizations and military personnel assignments. Creates and implements the unit Force Management Plan for all Unit Type Code (UTC) teams as directed by MAJCOM. Recommends organizational change and identifies needs or problem areas. Initiates operational and administrative actions in support of unit manning authorizations and coordinates with base training, recruiting, and ANG NGB/A7S. Reviews Force Package and UTC posturing. Monitors personnel who are affected by Air Force (AF) Specialty conversion actions and makes team assignments. Implements change to the mobility requirements and resource roster. Monitors personnel readiness. Implements AOR Reporting Instructions and local directives for the establishment and management of AF Deployment Folders.
4. Serves as the SF commander's key staff member responsible for the overall management of the unit-training program by overseeing the planning, organizing, directing, operating, and evaluating all unit training related items. Must make instant decisions and select a course of action under high stress conditions. Serves as a training consultant to all unit members and determines if quality-training programs are in effect within all sections. Communicates effectively, orally and in writing, to prepare and present briefings, coordinates planning efforts and manages program activities. Implements and manages training programs, policies, and procedures, as directed by higher headquarters, commanders, and Base Training. Develops, manages, and conducts training in support of garrison and expeditionary mission requirements. Advises and assists commander and unit personnel in executing their training responsibilities. Prepares a budget to support training requirements and submits to unit commander. Develops and coordinates training policy and program changes (including publications, supplements, and operating instructions) with work centers, unit commander, and other training managers, as appropriate. Advises the unit commander and supervisors of personnel skill level progression. identifies training actions required to maintain unit combat readiness. Prepares and briefs the monthly Status of Training report to the Unit Commander. Coordinates and schedules personnel to attend USAF technical schools and other formal training. Coordinates civilian training seminars, workshops, etc. Verifies eligibility of personnel requesting schools. Identifies, analyzes, forecasts, and submits formal school quotas and workday requirements. Serves as squadron program manager for Professional Military Education.
5. Performs other duties as assigned.
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Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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