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This National Guard position is for a ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TECHNICIAN, Position Description Number D1436000 and is part of the AR ANG 189 MAI SQ, National Guard.
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--Serves as the focal point, local authority and expert source for information for all administrative functions of the unit. These functions include correspondence and messages; records documentation management; printing and duplication; publication and forms management; reference library; special orders; receipt, storage and control of classified documents; on the job training programs for both technicians and unit military personnel; and Personnel Concepts III (PCIII) program. The PCIII work includes security clearances, personnel data control, force management, officer performance reports, training requirements, awards and decorations; inspecting administrative files, publications and procedures in other functional areas; managing the preparation, publication, distribution and tracking of civilian and military travel orders; annual training, special training, and other orders, to include special authorizations and reconciles the orders process with the workday accounting program to ensure validation of orders requirements; performing and directing the preparation, distribution and accounting of all schedules, directives, maintenance orders, procedures, passports and summaries; and monitoring a correspondence and reports suspense system. Develops procedures that affect administrative management and program development within the unit. Identifies and researches a wide variety of administrative problems to determine the best solution when there is not one absolutely correct or appropriate solution and recommends course of action to be followed. The wide variety of work performed by the incumbent is subject to different sets of rules and regulations. The incumbent exercises judgment in selecting or adapting guidelines to difficult situations where existing guidelines do not apply directly to the problem at hand. Recommendations require evaluative judgment, relate to a full variety of administrative functions impacting the organization and have a substantial impact on program direction. Exercises skill in recognizing the dimensions of the problems and in expressing ideas in writing.
--As Work Group Administrator provides technical support and troubleshooting for daily network operations including identifying issues and resolving problems, and documenting the problem history and solution. Records trends and problems for resolution by the incumbent or other network specialist. Explains complex network concepts to nontechnical personnel in non-technical language. Installs and configures application software to run on stand-alone computers or networked systems for networked "commercial off the shelf" (COTS) software, government owned systems, and client/server networked operation systems (data set/file maintenance, established end-user client software). Maintains automated configuration control files and registers software to the installation. Installs and maintains microcomputers, attached printers and peripheral equipment whether attached to microcomputers, workstations, minicomputers or local and wide area networks. Performs maintenance, trouble shooting, installation, operation, and testing of microcomputer based systems. Gives briefings to new personnel on computer operations and performs demonstrations as required. Works with the end user to explain characteristics of appropriate office automation tools and provides guidance in their application. Brings problems that cannot be resolved at the incumbents level to the attention of a specialist.
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