DETAILED DUTIES ARE LOCATED ON ATTACHED POSITION DESCRIPTION
The primary purpose
of this position is to serve as a senior information technology (IT) and
communications specialist and consultant to management in support of
installation IT and communications policy and plans to include the unit's
ability to provide command, control, communication, computer, and intelligence
(C4I) programs essential to the operations, training, and readiness missions.
Analyzes organizational processes
and procedures through assessment of management, operational, technical and
administrative practices pertinent to the organization. Identifies process,
system, and training deficiencies by applying defect prevention principles and
root cause problem resolution techniques and recommends corrective action for each.
Performs studies and independently establish plans for improving the efficiency
of information technology and communications processes. Performs studies of all
aspects of the installation's information technology and communications
programs, processes, and methods. Evaluates existing systems and capabilities
and initiates feasibility studies to determine ways and means necessary to
enhance mission performance. From those studies, derive cost benefits and /or
required investment and recommends a best course of action along with proposed
alternatives. Evaluates the impact emerging technology will have on
organization capabilities, customer needs, and mission readiness, while
considering the organization's resources.
Interprets a variety of technical requirements making independent judgments to
determine organizational compliance with applicable instructions, procedures
and practices. Audits IT programs, processes and projects. Continually assesses
policy needs and interprets broad DoD, AF, and other higher headquarters guidance
and applies it through development of policies for the area of responsibility.
Establishes metrics to measure and evaluate systems and process performance,
identifying workforce planning and management issues, e.g., proficiency,
retention, and training.
Evaluates mission effectiveness, using standardized and locally developed
evaluation programs and processes. Manages the scheduling and accomplishment of
managerial, personnel, technical and special evaluations. Collectively
evaluates management effectiveness,
performance and technical proficiency of assigned personnel, equipment, and
systems condition. Coordinates and/or conducts management studies of
organization, staffing, work measurement, methods, or procedures. Monitors unit
standardization/evaluation programs ensuring adherence to applicable
directives. Responsible for ensuring military duty position standards are
Advises supervisors and managers on the evaluation of programs, policies,
regulatory requirements, and procedures. Recommends the establishment of
quantity or quality criterion. Develops baseline for use in measuring and
analyzing organizational productivity and effectiveness.
5. Develops process, management, administrative and technical evaluation plans
for implementation. Notes deficiencies, identifies necessary resources, and
recommends corrective actions. Reviews work processes to ascertain where
procedures can be combined, distributed, or simplified to increase
productivity, efficiency, or effectiveness.
6. Recommends internal reporting and status tracking procedures to ensure
adequate control in terms of deadlines, progress reports, and follow-up
reports. Manages the evaluation program to ensure required actions are tracked
7. Prepares and maintains files and publications IAW current directives to
include both paper and electronic media.
8. Coordinates with HHQ elements, Program Management Offices, Specific
System/Hardware Support Elements, OEM Vendors and Vendor Contracted support
facilities for issue resolution. Research includes using various means and
media to obtain needed information to accomplish the task. May require the use
of various stand alone (e.g., paper based, CD, DVD, etc.) or on-line (network
or web based) methodologies to obtain needed information.
Develops, implements and maintains work center training programs. Plans and
schedules tasks and training activities for drill status guard members.
Oversees and conducts on-the-job training (OJT) for personnel. Creates and
develops lesson plans. Ensures availability of facilities and training aids.
Monitors the training status of personnel and ensures that supplemental and/or
remedial training is accomplished. Responsible for documentation of
accomplished training in a timely manner. May require the use of a directed
automated training documentation system.
10. Adheres to management control plan requirements by conducting self
inspection and staff assistance visits. Resolves identified discrepancies.
11. Performs other duties as assigned.