Army National Guard Units

Summary DEFINITION OF AREA(S) OF CONSIDERATION: Area 1 – AKNG Permanent or Indefinite technicians. Area 2 – All AKNG members. Area 3 – All other current military members who are eligible to join the Alaska Army National Guard. PDCN: D1178000 Selecting Supervisor: Mark Nieto Responsibilities Develops, implements and evaluates the logistics and property accountability policies for the organization. Is the primary advisor for the command in the area of logistics and property book operations. Oversees and reviews unit level feeder reports. Analyzes and/or prepares the logistics and equipment readiness areas of the organizational readiness report. Reviews, analyzes, and provides recommendations relative to current and future MTOE and/or force structure changes to determine the impact on organizational equipment authorizations. Keeps abreast and ensures the implementation of new policy statements, regulations and directives issued by higher headquarters concerning logistics and property accountability activities. Provides guidance and assistance to ensure command programs have been implemented and evaluates their effectiveness in subordinate elements. Plans for the establishment and operation of the Administrative and Logistics Operations Center (ALOC). Develops and implements tactical standard operating procedures for logistics. Plans, develops, and maintains actions/procedures for the immediate and subordinate organizations in preparation for the transfer of all or part of accountable property for deployment. Maintains property book accountability utilizing an automated system and related computer programs to account for property. Establishes hand receipt files for each unit, whether separate or organic to the organization, and maintains accountability by the use of hand receipt listings. Assures that all authorized non-expendable property is on hand or has been requisitioned to assist in maintaining the highest level of readiness for the organization. Accounts for funds used to requisition non-expendable property. Coordinates the assignment and transfer of equipment assets to enhance mobilization readiness. Determines shortages of authorized non-expendable equipment and directs authorized substitutes in accordance with appropriate regulations and directives. Incumbent is responsible for the formal accounting of ammunition for the purpose of force protection or ceremonial activities. Ensures compliance with the command supply discipline program, command maintenance discipline program, and other directed command inspection programs. Assists in the preparation for and executes additional command level inspections in the area of logistics and maintenance. Schedules and directs the conduct of periodic inspections, inventories and change of hand receipt accounts to assure supplies are serviceable, properly stored, maintained and accounted for as required by competent authority. Advises the commander of equipment on hand and equipment readiness issues. Directs the priority of maintenance support to unit equipment. Makes decisions based on the commanders guidance and intent in the area of property assignments. Provides written procedures and coordinates change of command inventories. Reviews inventories, reports of survey, and adjustment documents for accuracy and regulatory compliance. Directs, reviews, and makes recommendations on investigations of incidents involving property loss or damage. Coordinates with the state level headquarters and subordinate units of the organization on the lateral transfer and/or turn in of excess property. This includes analyzing the proposed transfer/turn in actions and its impact on readiness. Coordinates and conducts annual supply reconciliations with the state level headquarters for all elements of the organization. Reviews expendable and durable property backorder reconciliations. Conducts a quarterly backorder reconciliation of non-expendable property. Establishes quality procedures and oversees the edit of all property management source documentation. Ensures documents are accurate and properly input into the automated system. Establishes administrative procedures and oversees the flow of documents and reports through the Property Book Office to assure complete, accurate, and timely submission of data. Reviews and analyzes listings and reports produced by the automated system, resolves problems on error listings, and provides guidance to personnel assigned to the Property Book Section and subordinate organizations. Performs continuing analysis of the property accounting and equipment status reporting system to assure data provided is complete, accurate and timely. Provides guidance and funds management for all decentralized logistics funds. These may include secondary stock funds, office supply accounts, transportation funding, and various classes of supply. May serve as the approving official for government purchase card expenditures. May be required to represent the National Guard and the unit Commander in the community. Provides logistical support for community activities such as parades, celebrations, military funerals, etc. Performs other duties as assigned. Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications GENERAL EXPERIENCE is experience, education or training involving judgment and/or analytical ability in the logistics field. Experience using computer and automation systems. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE is experience which is directly related to the position to be filled and which has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of this position. GS-09 – Must have at least 24 months experience, education, or training involving detailed knowledge of organizations and their functions in logistical support (i.e., supply, maintenance, quality assurance, facilities). Experience integrating actions of a variety of specialized support activities in order to meet program goals. Experience interpreting and applying regulations, laws or practices. Experience planning and organizing work assignments. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Resume must have complete dates and hours worked per week for each occurrence of both civilian and military employment (Example: 2 JAN 1980 to 3 MAR 1981; 0800-1630 M-F or JAN 1980 to MAR 1981; 40 hrs/wk) Use of year only will result in disqualification. The duties listed must fully substantiate -in your own words- that you meet the minimum requirements and specialized experience listed above, in detail; otherwise, you will not be considered qualified for this position. Length of time is not of itself qualifying. Your experience will be evaluated on the basis of duties performed. Your record of experience and/or training must show possession of the following knowledge, skills and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position: – Knowledge of logistics and maintenance requirements sufficient to function as the primary advisor for the establishment of command logistics policies. – Knowledge of property accountability requirements sufficient to function as the technical authority for the establishment and maintenance of property accountability records of all non-expendable items within the organization. – Knowledge of the operational aspects of equipment authorized for the organization and authorized substitutes sufficient to advise senior leadership on the mission degradation resulting from the limited availability of authorized equipment. – Knowledge of requirements as defined by the authorized or pending Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) sufficient to analyze equipment authorizations to insure the compatibility of authorized levels of specific items to the requirements of the specific item in accordance with basis of issue plans. – Knowledge of required logistical actions sufficient to develop and maintain plans for full or partial deployment and redeployment. – Knowledge of budgetary procedures and limitations sufficient to advise senior leadership on prioritization, develop an obligation and execution plan, and to monitor requisitions and ensure availability of funds in accordance with command priorities. – Knowledge of logistics accountability sufficient to monitor review and/or inspect logistical requests, receipts, and pending transactions in accordance with command supply and maintenance discipline programs. – Knowledge of one or more automated supply databases to retrieve, review, and analyze logistical data on an ad-hoc basis or through recurring and specialized reports. – Knowledge of logistical readiness factors and the effects that equipment availability, serviceability, and compatibility have on the overall logistics readiness of the organization. – Knowledge of supply regulations and directives sufficient to establish organizational logistics management policies and procedures. – Knowledge of logistical administration sufficient to establish correspondence and filing procedures. – Knowledge of logistical requirements sufficient to plan support for organizational training, deployment, physical security, and strength maintenance activities and requirements. – Knowledge of human resource management procedure sufficient to function as the administrative supervisor for active guard and reserve and or military technicians. Education Additional Information INDEFINITE: AKNG permanent technician will retain their permanent status if selected for this position, and may be promoted, reassigned or changed to lower grade if selected for this position, and will be required to return to their permanent position unless action is made on a permanent basis. Permanent authorization may not cross service boundaries, or funding categories, (i.e., ARNG to ANG, or 176th WG to 168th WG). Indefinite employees may be separated with a 30 days notice. Indefinite employees may be converted to permanent without further competition. – The duties and responsibilities of your job may significantly impact the environment. You are responsible to maintain awareness of your environmental responsibilities as dictated by legal and regulatory requirements, your organization, and its changing mission. – If you are a current Federal employee or former Federal employee, you must submit a copy of your latest SF-50 “Notification of Personnel Action” and/or a copy of the SF-50. You may submit your most recent performance appraisal. – The National Guard is exempt from the Veterans Preference Act. Submission of a copy of your DD-214 is not required unless you are hired for technician position. – If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/59 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency. – Cost of Living Allowance (COLA): Entitled to 2.01% COLA in addition to base salary, subject to change. – Direct Deposit Program: If selected for technician position with the Alaska National Guard, you will be required to participate in the Direct Deposit Program. (Salary will be automatically deposited to bank/credit union account). – Military Bonuses And Student Loan Repayment Program: If you are selected for this position, you should always check with your servicing incentive manager (AKARNG – J1 or AKANG – Retention Office) to verify how accepting this position will affect your entitlement prior to considering an offer of employment. 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