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Services Offered by the J1 Training & Development Section

Defense Travel System (DTS)

DTS (Defense Travel System) is a fully automated travel request, authorization, reservation, and reimbursement system that replaces the current process of travel orders, requests, paper travel orders, paper travel vouchers, and manual reimbursement. The DTS allows the traveler that has a common access card (CAC) reader, to work in a paperless environment 24 hours a day. Travelers will request trip authorizations, reserve their own airline tickets, hotels, and rental cars, and request reimbursement online. The DTS will store all documentation online for the required six years and three months; thereby eliminating the need to file paper copies.

DTS Tips:

  • DTS Authorization is to be submitted AFTER SF182 Training Request has been approved by HRDS 
  • DO NOT travel without having your DTS request approved; per JFTR traveler will be responsible for costs
  • Your "Travel Orders" is the printout of your approved DTS Authorization
  • DTS Travel Vouchers need to be filed within 5 days of return to duty
  • If you are requesting to use your POV for mode of travel to destination, the following is required per the JFTR:
    1. Completion of the Constructed Cost Worksheet must be attached as a Substantiating Document
    2. Statement of GSA non-availability must be attached in Substantiating Documents
    3. A scanned copy of the flights indicating the cost from DTS must be attached in Substantiating Documents

Important Links:

DTS | VirtuallyThere.com (to retrieve your final SATO invoice)

Individual Development Planning (IDP)

IDP (Individual Development Planning) is the process of identifying work experience, development, education, and other activities that contribute to improve job performance and self development of an employee.
This deliberate planning process provides good framework for development discussions between employee and supervisor. The ideal IDP should be realistic enough to provide employees with opportunities to advance to their highest levels of their abilities.

Reasons to develop an IDP:

  • As a result of changes in mission, policies, programs or procedures.
  • To keep abreast of new technology.
  • As a result of the assignment of new duties and responsibilities, including new hires and permanent employees that accept a new position.
  • To improve or maintain proficiency in the present job.
  • In support of individuals who have been hired below the target grade and require knowledge, skills, and abilities to be promoted to target grade.
  • Per the Technician Personnel Regulation (TPR) 400, "Managers and supervisors working in conjunction with the HRDS will establish IDPs for technician positions. An IDP is required for technicians employed below the full journeyman (trainee) level. IDPs may need to be modified after identifying training and development needs of the employee. Managers and supervisors are encouraged to use IDPs for all employees newly assigned to include seasoned technicians."

Who Engages in the IDP Plan and Process?

  • Joint effort between supervisor and employee in assessing the employee's skills and expertise in relation to current or future job requirements and then identifying appropriate training and other developmental experiences
  • Gives the supervisor/employee team an opportunity to develop a strategy for achieving both organizational and personal developmental goals
  • Provides the supervisor with a valuable tool for refocusing the workforce to meet present or future organizational requirements.

Important Links:

IDP NGB Form 650 (2009)

Performance Improvement Planning (PIP)

PIP (performance improvement planning) is the formal process in which the supervisor helps the employee improve performance or modify behavior; and Implemented and designed to bring the technician to a "fully successful" level at any time during the appraisal period.

Reasons to Develop PIPs?

  1. Given to a technician if one or more critical element(s) is not being met. If one critical element is graded a "1", ALL critical elements are graded a "1" as well
  2. After the employee has been afforded a reasonable opportunity to perform the critical elements in their performance plan
  3. After supervisor has made reasonable informal efforts and the employee's performance has remained below the marginal rating
  4. After consultation with Human Resources Office
  5. After consultation with Labor Relations Specialist
  6. After consultation with Legal Counsel

A PIP Must:

  • Document instances of unacceptable performance
  • State specifically what must be accomplished to perform at or above the marginal rating
  • Describe what resources are available to assist the employee
  • Identify how long the PIP will be in effect (normally 90 - 120 days)
  • Describe the consequences if performance is not improved
  • Describe how the supervisor is going to provide the opportunity for improvement

Technician Training Request

Authorization, Agreement and Certification of Training Form - SF 182

Purpose:
Used to document instances of completed civilian employee training in the Department of Defense (DoD). The SF 182 is the primary document used to process training requests. The SF 182 is authorized for use to obligate funds, contract for training, and certify payment of approved training expenses.

The SF 182 is also used for requesting, approving, and certifying payment for attendance at meetings, conferences, seminars, workshops and symposia where the primary purpose is to train an employee to meet a performance improvement related need.

The form is normally accompanied by a Continuing Service Agreement (CSA) when the length of the training exceeds 80 hours. A CSA binds the employee to the organization for up to 3 tmes the length of the employees training. If the course is 4 weeks long, the CSA would obligate the employee to continue employment with the organization for 12 weeks.

Flow of the SF 182:

  1. The immediate supervisor submits a request for training through channels to the Human Resources Development Specialist (HRDS)
  2. The HRDS approves or disappoves the training request based on regulatory compliance, quota confirmation, and funding availability
  3. The HRDS notifies the supervisor/technician of the final determination of the training request
  4. If approved, the HRDS will notify the technician when they can submit their DTS Authorization
  5. Once training is completed, the technician is required to submit the course certificate (if applicable), travel voucher and course evaluation form to the HRDS.

Important Links:

Training Request SF 182 | Submit Approved Training Request (CAC Required)

Courses

Technician Orientation

2016 Technician Supervisor Course Schedule

Contractors in the Workplace Training 2014

CSRSFERS - Retirement Seminar 2015

NOTE: FERS, FERS-RAE, & FERS-FRAE are all included in the FERS document.

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Aviation Medicine Physician Assistant

[ ARMY ] - [ 18-137 ] - [ Aviation Medicine Physician Assistant ]


Opening Date:  7/10/2018
Closing Date:  7/24/2018
Unit:  HHC (-) 1-147th AVN, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Applicant Restrictions:  Any current member of the WIARNG or Regular Army/USAR/National Guard Soldier eligible for enlistment in the Wisconsin Army National Guard.
Rank Restrictions: Min:1LT/O-2
  Max:CPT/O-3
   
Please select one of the following formats for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Perform medical screening of flight and other patient examinations. Perform a general physical examination. Examine patients and perform initial patient work-up and assessment of patients' care and treatment, and determine the need for and orders laboratory tests, X-rays and other procedures necessary to complete assessment of the patient. Diagnose disease, illness disorder or injury; institute treatment of patients; and seek the advice of appropriate physicians for more serious or uncommon conditions. Collect and record, in proper format, medical and social historical data appropriate to the patient's condition. Perform complete and comprehensive physical/medical examinations as required for periodic, Permanent Change of Station (PCR), and Flight (Aviation) and others as may be required. Providing primary and secondary preventive maintenance care. Collaborate with flight surgeon regarding patient management, evaluating and revising therapeutic plans. Oversee the Battalion Aviation Medicine Clinic. Plan and initiate proper treatment within defined privileges and the scope of practice of the facility. Maintain inpatient and outpatient medical records in accordance with MTF procedures

The candidate selected must hold the AOC – 65D, 60A and must be able to obtain license in state of employment.
Supply NCO

[ ARMY ] - [ 18-158 ] - [ Supply NCO ]


Opening Date: 8/7/2018
Closing Date: 8/21/2018
Unit: HHD 426th Regiment (RTI), Ft. McCoy, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Grades authorized to apply: E5-E6
Areas of Consideration: Any current member of the WIARNG or Regular Army/USAR/National Guard Soldier eligible for enlistment in the Wisconsin Army National Guard
Please select the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Performs duties for the request, receipt, issue, and accountability of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment for a TDA MSC-Level headquarters company. Assists the MSC Property Book Officer as needed. Monitors the Command Supply Discipline Program of the company to ensure it is fully implemented. Monitors unit sensitive items, change of command, annual, and other inventories to ensure they are conducted to standard. Maintains the unit property book and possesses knowledge of GCSS-A procedures. Possesses knowledge of GFEBS, LOGSA-LIW, AFMIS, and CIF-ISM procedures, and all physical security requirements to secure equipment in an armory. Receives, inspects, and inventories organizational supplies and equipment as required, and transports equipment to other locations as needed. Secures and controls all sensitive items to include proper security of weapons and ammunition. Maintains individual clothing and OCIE inventories and records for the unit. Prepares and submits GCSS-A computer input data and reports. Reads, interprets, and reconciles GCSS-A generated reports. Normal duty requires occasional evening meetings with unit leaders. *Must hold or obtain a Secret Clearance in order to prepare CUSRs.
Cyber Surety

[ AIR ] - [ 18-61 ] - [ Cyber Surety ]


Opening Date: 7/19/2018 
Closing Date: 8/20/2018 
Unit: CRTC, Volk Field, WI 
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to those eligible to enter AGR program *Applicants must possess the advertised AFSC; must possess a minimum 3-level in Cyber 
Minimum Grade Required: SrA/E-4 
Maximum Grade Authorized: MSgt/E-7 
Maximum Grade Available: MSgt/E-7 
Please select one of the following formats for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Performs risk management framework security determinations of fixed, deployed and mobile information systems (IS) and telecommunications resources to monitor, evaluate and maintain systems, policy and procedures to protect clients, networks, data/voice systems and databases from unauthorized activity. Identifies potential threats and manages resolution of communications security incidents. Enforces national, DoD and Air Force security policies and directives to ensure Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) of IS resources. Administers and manages the overall cybersecurity program to include Emissions Security (EMSEC) and Computer Security (COMPUSEC) programs. Conducts cybersecurity risk management framework assessments; ensures enterprise cybersecurity policies fully support all legal and regulatory requirements and ensures cybersecurity policies are applied in new and existing IS resources. Identifies cybersecurity weaknesses and provides recommendations for improvement. Monitors enterprise cybersecurity policy compliance and provides recommendations for effective implementation of IS security controls. Evaluates and assists IS risk management activities. Makes periodic evaluation and assistance visits, notes discrepancies, and recommends corrective actions. Audits and enforces the compliance of cybersecurity procedures and investigates security-related incidents, classified message incidents, classified file incidents, classified data spillage, unauthorized device connections, and unauthorized network access. Develops and manages the cybersecurity program and monitors emerging security technologies and industry best practices while providing guidance to unit level Information Assurance (IA) Officers. Responsible for cybersecurity risk management of national security systems during all phases of the IS life cycle through Remanence Security (REMSEC). Integrates risk management framework tools with other IS functions to protect and defend IS resources. Advises cyber systems operations personnel and system administrators on known vulnerabilities and assists in developing mitigation and remediation strategies. Provides CIA by verifying cybersecurity controls are implemented in accordance with DoD and Air Force standards. Analyzes risks and/or vulnerabilities and takes corrective action to mitigate or remove them. Ensures appropriate administrative, physical, and technical safeguards are incorporated into all new and existing IS resources through certification and accreditation and protects IS resources from malicious activity. Performs EMSEC duties in accordance with national and DoD EMSEC standards. Denies unauthorized access to classified, and in some instances, unclassified information via compromising emanations within a controlled space through effective countermeasure application. Ensures all systems and devices comply with national and DoD EMSEC standards. Inspects classified work areas, provides guidelines and training, maintains area certifications, determines countermeasures; advises commanders on vulnerabilities, threats, and risks; and recommends practical courses of action. Responsible for oversight or management of installation Information Assurance awareness programs. Performs or supervises user cybersecurity awareness and training. Promotes cybersecurity awareness through periodic training, visual aids, newsletters, or other dissemination methods in accordance with organizational requirements. As part of the Cyberspace Support career field family, manages, supervises, and performs planning and implementation activities. Manages implementation and project installation and ensures architecture, configuration, and integration conformity. Develops, plans, and integrates base communications systems. Serves as advisor at meetings for facility design, military construction programs and minor construction planning. Evaluates base comprehensive plan and civil engineering projects. Monitors status of base work requests. Performs mission review with customers. Controls, manages, and monitors project milestones and funding from inception to completion. Determines adequacy and correctness of project packages and amendments. Monitors project status and completion actions. Manages and maintains system installation records, files, and indexes. Evaluates contracts, support, contingency and exercise plans to determine impact on manpower, equipment, and systems.

Special Requirements: Along with the duties specified in this description, this position may augment. Specific areas of responsibility include Information System Security Manager, TEMPEST program manager, project management, COMSEC Responsible Officer (CRO), Secure Voice Responsible Officer (SVRO). The communications section at the CRTC is responsible for providing this support to the CRTC, tenant units, and deployed personnel. Responsible for the vulnerability management program along with proficiency utilizing the tools provided by the AF (ACAS, eMASS, HBSS, etc…) as well as commercial cyber security tools required to meet local needs. Must be knowledgeable in the software certification process, IT portfolio management (ITIPS), DIACAP/RMF processes and procedures required to maintaining existing C&A/A&A for systems and enclaves. The ability to effectively interact with and support communications requirements to a wide variety of customers is imperative. Excellent verbal and written communications skills are required. Implements and interprets policies, directives and procedures. Evaluates effectiveness of equipment usage, systems performance, customer service, supplies, and system scheduling, processing, and maintenance. This position requires a broad experience base and flexibility to meet the need as it arises, and requires an individual who continues to improve their skills outside of the Monday through Friday workday. It is a high demand position, but is also rewarding for someone with a true passion for the career field as you will have the opportunity to work in many aspect of the 3DXXX field.

Financial Management Superintendent

[ AIR ] - [ 18-64 ] - [ Financial Management Superintendent ]


Opening Date: 8/7/2018
Closing Date: 8/21/2018
Unit: 115 CPTF, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: On Board AGR WIANG *Applicants must possess the advertised AFSC
Minimum Grade Required: MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Authorized: SMSgt/E-8
Maximum Grade Available: SMSgt/E-8
Please select the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Provides customer service. Advises, interacts and coordinates with organizations on financial matters. Interprets and supplements financial directives. Prepares, verifies, computes and processes, and audits pay transactions. Processes, verifies, audits travel claims, estimates travel costs, determines fund availability, and performs follow- up on outstanding travel orders for travelers. Processes financial transactions. Performs follow-up on commitments, outstanding obligations, and processes disbursement and collection transactions. Disburses, collects, and safeguards cash, negotiable instruments and certified vouchers. Prepares accountability records and reports. Determines propriety of funding and certifies fund availability. Records, reconciles, and verifies entries into automated systems based on accounting documents. Certifies and processes payment and collection vouchers. Maintains appropriated funds, accounting records, and files. Schedules, prepares, verifies, and submits financial reports. Provides customer service and financial analysis for various organizations, vendors, and the Air Force Financial Services Center. Reconciles funding authorities with accounting records. Analyzes accounting reports and financial data to identify trends for evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of Air Force activities. Develops and compiles factors for improved planning, programming and budgeting. Prepares budgets and execution plans and reports. Analyzes financial execution, identifies and explains variances, and prepares narrative justification to support financial requirements. Reviews financial data for accuracy and resolves discrepancies. Receives, reconciles, and distributes funding authorities. Examines funding and reprogramming actions to determine financial implications. Reviews reimbursement program status. Performs audits and reviews as required by directives. Administers the Air Force Management Control Program. Utilizes financial management decision support techniques to deliver sound financial advice to all levels of leadership.
Assistant Operations NCO

[ ARMY ] - [ 18-159 ] - [Assistant Operations NCO ]


Opening Date: 8/8/2018
Closing Date: 8/22/2018
Unit: HHC 724th En Bn, Chippewa Falls, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Grades Authorized to Apply: E-5 - E-6
Areas of Consideration: Any current member of the WIARNG or Regular Army/USAR/National Guard Soldier eligible for enlistment in the Wisconsin Army National Guard
Please select the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Assists the Battalion Training Officer and the Senior Operations NCO. Assist in the management of projecting, forecasting, requisitioning and completing required actions in the Total Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS). Possesses knowledge of the purposes, methods, and techniques of program analysis, and the structure, functions, and missions of a plans, operations, and training section. Assists in the battalion level formulation and assessment of yearly training plans, monthly training schedules, work schedules, and annual training plans in preparation for all IDT and annual training periods. Reviews, approves, processes and forwards all EBDL requirements through WIPAS. Reviews, approves, processes and forwards all military training orders through AFCOS and authorizations/vouchers through DTS. Tracks weapons qualification data and expected to become the subject matter expert (SME) on training requirements, to include the Weapons Management function within the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Reviews and tracks subordinate unit training area requests in RFMSS.
Supervisory Health Systems Specialist

[ AIR ] - [ 18-53 ] - [Supervisory Health Systems Specialist ]


Opening Date: 8/3/2018
Closing Date: 9/4/2018
Unit: 115 Medical Group, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Open to all eligible to enter AGR program
Minimum Grade Required: MSgt/E-7 (promotable)
Maximum Grade Authorized: CMSgt/E-9
Maximum Grade Available: CMSgt/E-9
Please select the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
IThe Group Superintendent provides leadership and management in organizing, equipping, and training assigned personnel in subordinate squadrons to support the Air and Space Expeditionary Force construct. Manages and directs personnel resource activities. Interprets and enforces policies and applicable directives. Establishes control procedures to meet mission goals and standards. Recommends or initiates actions to improve organizational operation efficiency. Resolves issues between subordinate squadrons, other groups, wing staff, and outside agencies.
Command Post Journeyman

[ AIR ] - [ 18-62 ] - [ Command Post Journeyman ]


Opening Date:  8/2/2018
Closing Date:  9/4/2018
Unit:  115 FW, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Open to all eligible to enter AGR program *Trainees accepted; must agree to become 1C qualified
Minimum Grade Required:  A1C/E-3
Maximum Grade Authorized:  SSgt/E-5
Maximum Grade Available:  SSgt/E-5
Please select one of the following formats for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Performs C2 actions to support Homeland Security, National Defense, and Air Force operations. Provides C2 of worldwide nuclear and conventional forces supporting Emergency Plans, Operations Orders, and Operations Plans. Facilitates C2 in support of the Installation Emergency Management (EM) Program. Coordinates actions to ensure prompt response during EM operations including immediate mobilization of resources and participation of agencies and organizations. Receives, processes, and disseminates emergency action messages via voice and record copy systems. Encodes, decodes, and transmits and relays presidential decisions to execute and terminate nuclear and conventional force operations. Relays C2 instructions for diversion, recall, evacuation, recovery, and reconstitution of forces. Coordinates and executes search and rescue activities. Coordinates with other agencies and organizations during planning, executing, and evaluation phases of C2 operations. Initiates, receives, and takes action on alert messages. Flightfollows and manages aerospace resources and monitors mission status to include aircraft, aircrew support, transportation, maintenance support, fleet services, and passenger and cargo support. Monitors aircraft movement and relays information to and from aircrews. Coordinates mission delays with installation and external agencies. Monitors status of launch and space assets. Monitors status and location of key personnel, such as group commanders and above, to facilitate immediate communications with higher headquarters when necessary. Ensures proper use and control of resources and classified material. Develops and evaluates C2 Operations processes. Performs self-assessments. Ensures operational readiness and adherence to standards. Recommends actions to correct C2 Operations procedural deficiencies. Maintains and disseminates local and worldwide current and forecasted weather to include watches, advisories and warnings to installation populace and aerospace resources. Ensures existing directives for executing and controlling assigned forces are understood and properly applied. Prepares and submits operational, defense readiness, international treaty, and aerospace asset reports. Analyzes and disseminates information derived from operational and defense readiness reports. Establishes procedures for operational and defense readiness reporting to include developing procedures, maintaining databases, training personnel, and conducting staff assistance visits. Ensures reported data is current and accurate. Operates and monitors voice, data, and alerting systems. Develops operating instructions directing CP and lateral agency C2 activities. Develops, maintains, and initiates quick reaction checklists supporting situations such as suspected or actual sabotage, nuclear incidents, natural disasters, aircraft accidents or incidents, evacuations, dispersal, and aerospace anomalies. Receives and disseminates time-critical information to and from the commander to internal and external agencies during daily operation, natural disasters and wartime and contingency operations to affect positive control of assigned forces and weapons systems. Coordinates actions to ensure prompt response during disaster operations (pre, trans, and post), including immediate activation and recall of all resources and participating agencies and organizations. Monitors actions to preserve life, minimize damage, and restore operations following natural disasters (trans and post), accidents, wartime attacks, and military operations other than war. Coordinates, directs, and monitors actions to allow continuation or restoration of vital functions and operations. Maintains operational status displays. Maintains proficiency in C2 systems and aircraft flight following and mission management systems such as, but not limited to, Unit Level/Command and Control (UL/UC2) Systems and Global Decision Support System (GDSS). Establishes manpower, communications, equipment, and facility requirements. Maintains Communications Security (COMSEC) to include receiving, safeguarding, utilizing, inventorying, issuing and destroying COMSEC material. Maintains C2 Operations personnel, information, operations, computer, emission, industrial and physical security programs. Performs administrative actions. Compiles and maintains entry authority list. Coordinates and provides input to installation support plans. Maintains directives and daily events log.

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J2 NCOIC

[ 18-151 ] - [ J2 NCOIC ]

Opening Date:  7/26/2018
Closing Date:  8/2/2018
Duty Station:  JFHQ-WI, Madison, WI
Grade Authorized: SFC/E-7
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Current AGR Soldiers in the WIARNG
Please select one of the following formats for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Serve as NCOIC for the Directorate of Security and Intelligence, J2. Provides support to intelligence production and domestic operations (DOMOPS). Manages the Information Security Program, Personnel Security Program, and Intelligence Oversight (IO) Program. Responsible for the conducting train the trainer, and providing updated course material for instructors annually. Responsible for conducting subordinate element site assistant visits and inspections in program areas. Serve as account manager, handling the J2 budget. Any other responsibilities that may be required. Selected Soldier must have an active TS/SCI security clearance. Soldier must be qualified or be able to become qualified as Special Security Officer (SSO) and Suitability Adjudicator.
Assistant Operations NCO

[ 18-160 ] - [ Assistant Operations NCO ]

Opening Date:  8/10/2018
Closing Date:  8/17/2018
Duty Station:  64th Troop Command, Madison, WI
GRADES AUTHORIZED TO APPLY: E8
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Open to WIARNG on board AGRs only
Please select the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Assistant NCOIC of the S3 section, the Tactical Operations Center and the full-time unit support personnel; responsible for organization and supervision of all enlisted personnel in the TOC; planning, preparation and training of all battle staff NCOs; developing, posting, and updating digital and manual common operating picture products; overall responsible for brigade school management, individual training and evaluation program, ammunition management, tactical and TOC SOPs, FTUS management and mentoring, Digital Training Management System, new equipment training; assists the S3 with the Brigade budget, land management, force protection, information security and the development and distribution of plans, orders, and letters of instruction.
Readiness NCO

[ 18-132 ] - [ Readiness NCO ]

Opening Date: 6/27/2018
Closing Date: 7/4/2018
Duty Station: TRP A 1-105th CAV, Ft. Atkinson, WI
Grade Authorized: SFC/E-7
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration: Current AGR Soldiers in the WIARNG
Please select one of the following formats for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Responsible to oversee and manage training and operations for the Unit on a daily basis. Coordinates and assists with scheduling for use of training sites and facilities for the Unit. Conduct administrative and logistical operations for the Unit on a daily basis including the proficient operation of the Automated Fund Control Orders System (AFCOS), Defense Travel System (DTS), Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS), Wisconsin Interactive Personnel Action System (WiPAS), and Director’s Personnel Readiness Overview (DPRO). Supports the Unit Commander and 1SG in all matters concerning personnel, equipment, supply and training readiness issues and Recruiting and Retention goals. Support the Higher Headquarters with necessary readiness indicator data to accurately and timely complete monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual reports. Perform additional duties as assigned or directed by MDAY and FTUS supervisory chains. Normal duty day requires occasional evening meetings with Unit and higher headquarters leadership.

DMA_Icon  FED TECH/CIVIL SERVICE JOBS

SURFACE MAINTENANCE REPAIRER
18-385 ARMY SURFACE MAINTENANCE REPAIRER FT - PERM FORT MCCOY, WI 8/15/2018
PUBLIC HEALTH TECHNICIAN
18-383 AIR PUBLIC HEALTH TECHNICIAN FT - PERM MADISON, WI 8/15/2018
AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN
18-378 AIR AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN FT - PERM MADISON, WI 8/15/2018
FLIGHT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
18-372 ARMY FLIGHT OPERATIONS SPECIALIST FT - PERM MADISON, WI 8/16/2018
LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
18-386 ARMY LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST FT - TEMP MADISON, WI 8/16/2018
PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST
18-363 AIR/ARMY PUBLIC AFFAIRS SPECIALIST FT - INDEF MADISON, WI  8/16/2018
CHAPLAIN ASSISTANT
18-384 ARMY CHAPLAIN ASSISTANT FT - PERM MADISON, WI 8/16/2018
MATERIALS HANDLER
18-335 ARMY MATERIALS HANDLER FT - PERM CAMP WILLIAMS, WI 8/16/2018
TRAINING TECHNICIAN
18-350 ARMY TRAINING TECHNICIAN FT - PERM CAMP WILLIAMS, WI 8/16/2018
SUPERVISORY ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN (DATA/IT)
18-364 AIR SUPERVISORY ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN (DATA/IT) FT - PERM CAMP DOUGLAS, WI 8/16/2018
TOOLS AND PARTS ATTENDANT
18-390 ARMY TOOLS AND PARTS ATTENDANT FT - INDEF CAMP WILLIAMS, WI 8/17/2018
SUPPLY SYSTEM ANALYST
18-382 AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM ANALYST FT - INDEF CAMP DOUGLAS, WI 8/20/2018
 
NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTER
18-374 AIR NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTER FT - PERM MADISON, WI 8/20/2018
BASE SERVICES SPECIALIST
18-393 AIR BASE SERVICES SPECIALIST FT - INDEF MADISON, WI 8/21/2018
SUPERVISORY FINANCIAL SPECIALIST
18-388 AIR SUPERVISORY FINANCIAL SPECIALIST FT - PERM MADISON, WI 8/21/2018
FINANCIAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN
18-397 ARMY FINANCIAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN FT - PERM CAMP WILLIAMS, WI 8/22/2018
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT
18-399 ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT FT - INDEF MILWAUKEE, WI 8/22/2018
CONTRACT SPECIALIST
18-387 AIR CONTRACT SPECIALIST FT - TEMP PROMO MADISON, WI 8/22/2018
SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC INSPECTOR
18-392B ARMY SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC INSPECTOR FT - TEMP PROMO CAMP WILLIAMS, WI 8/23/2018
SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC INSPECTOR
18-392A ARMY SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC INSPECTOR FT - INDEF CAMP WILLIAMS, WI 8/23/2018
HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT (MILITARY)
18-400 ARMY HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT (MILITARY) FT - TEMP PROMOTION MADISON, WI 8/23/2018
SUPERVISORY HEALTH SYSTEMS SPECIALIST
18-296 AIR SUPERVISORY HEALTH SYSTEMS SPECIALIST FT - PERM MADISON, WI 9/4/2018
AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE SYSTEMS MECHANIC
18-395 AIR AIRCRAFT ORDNANCE SYSTEMS MECHANIC FT - PERM MADISON, WI 9/8/2018

Resources

J1/Manpower & Personnel Directorate

Email
Fax
(608) 242-3726
DSN Fax
724-3726
Location
2400 Wright Street
Madison, Wisconsin
Mailing Address
Department of Military Affairs
J1/Manpower & Personnel
P.O. Box 8111
Madison, WI 53708-8111

Job Opportunities

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