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    This position is in the Excepted Service "under the authority of Title V, P.L. 114-328, Sections 932 and 1084 (FY17 NDAA).

    This position is part of the Deputy Chief of Staff Logistics Management Division (G4), Arizona National Guard under Position Description Number T5263000.

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    Incumbent will obtain and retain access to all General Services Administration programs and software that are essential to the position. This position is located in the Deputy Chief of Staff (DCS G-4), Logistics Management Division, Defense Movement Coordination Branch. The purpose of this position is the Defense Movement Coordinator (DMC) with the planning and execution of unit movements, and management of military convoys for all services moving within or passing through the state. Provides technical assistance to the DMC with coordination of peacetime and mobilization movements of units using military transportation assets. Assists with the preparation, maintenance, and execution of training and contingency movement plans for mobilization, homeland security and deployment of ARNG units located within the state. Provides assistance in reviewing and validating Unit Movement Plans (UMP) and Unit Movement Data (UMD) prior to submission to Forces Command (FORSCOM). Provides training and assistance to units and activities in the preparation and data entry of associated current federal operating systems and may be required to serve as a Functional Manager for assigned systems. Communicates with subordinate units and develops Computerized Movement Planning and Status System (COMPASS) reports for FORSCOM validation. Coordinates with the various State Departments of Transportation (DOT) to determine highway availability, restrictions, and permit requirements. Processes requests for use of the Strategic and State Highway Network within the state. Obtains and issues approved permits. Coordinates movements directly with local, state, and federal agencies. Receives, reviews and processes requests for convoy clearance using the TC-AIMS II system and issues Convoy Movement Orders (CMO) which provides assigned routes and scheduled movement times to convoy commanders. Observes testing of unit load plans. Conducts the transportation portions of mobilization exercises. Makes recommendations for correction of noted deficiencies to the DMC and recommends changes. Collects, evaluates, and monitors information necessary to modify the Strategic and State Highway Network Database to meet DOD movement requirements. Reviews records on the location and type of military, state, and federal transportation assets within the state. Advises the DMC on operational employment of transportation assets during emergencies, alerts, and mobilization. Recommends changes in distribution of equipment to support contingency operations. Assists with the organization, supervision, and operation of the State Movement Control Center (SMCC). Monitors movements of military units, resolves conflicts, receives and forwards movement reports. Coordinates changes to priorities and revises pre-planned movement schedules. Assists the DMC in day to day management of the General Services Administration (GSA) Vehicle Fleet as well as assigned Transportation Motor Pool (TMP) assets. Reviews monthly billing for vehicles leased through the GSA program, reconciles billing statement and processes for payment. Assists the DMC and provides input in the formulation of the GSA Vehicle Fleet budget.(9) Assists the DMC in maintaining, inspecting, and verifying serviceability of Army containers. Inspects container and submits maintenance report to the Container Control Officer (CCO) for entry into the Army Container Asset Management System (ACAMS). Coordinates with the CCO at the USPFO to ensure property book accountability and movement of containers. Reviews International Organization (ISO) and storage container requests prior to submission to Army Intermodal & Distribution Platform Management Office (AIDPMO).Presents instruction and assists in training Unit Movement Officers and other essential deployment roles. Conducts visits to active and reserve component installations to coordinate mobilizations, annual trainings, and unit load plans. Accomplishes the full spectrum of support for state and Federal National Guard operations, training, readiness missions, natural disasters, and Homeland Defense/Defense Support of Civil Authorities (HLD/DSCA).Utilizing applications such as GSA/STR, FMVRS, DPAS, FAST and other fleet management databases. Being outside for hours at a time in inclement weather, bending and lifting up to 60 pounds and requires work during the weekends and quick response for fleet management actions. Key Control and Inventory management. Computer abilities in: Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Microsoft teams, and Adobe. Able to obtain access within 30 days of start date and maintain access to Global Combat Support System - Army (GCSS-A) and Transportation Coordinators' Automated Information Management System II (TC-AIMS II)(18) Able to drive both civilian and military vehicles to include but not limited to: HMMWV, LMTV, FMTV, 44-passenger bus, Vans, Trucks, Sedans and some trailers. Maintaining and presenting positive customer service in a timely manner.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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