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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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Health Services Technician

[ AIR ] - [ 19-101 ] - [ Health Services Technician ]


Opening Date:  4/12/2019
Closing Date:  5/10/2019
Unit:  128 MDG, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Open to all eligible to enter the WI ANG AGR Program * Must possess advertised AFSC No trainees accepted
Minimum Grade Required:  SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized:  MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Available:  MSgt/E-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Provides, supervises and manages patient care of beneficiaries to include flying and special operational duty personnel. Performs nursing tasks. Acts as Patient Centered Medical Home member or team leader. Front-line preventionist who identifies potential health risks and provides preventative counseling. Performs paraprofessional portions of preventative health assessments and physical examinations. Monitors and records physiological measurements. Orients patients to the hospital environment. Admits, discharges, and transfers patients as directed. Observes, reports, and records observations in patient progress notes and team conferences. Performs portions of medical treatment, diagnostic, and therapeutic procedures. Cares for, observes, and reports on pre/post-operative, seriously or critically ill, and injured patients. Records treatments and procedures rendered and observes effects. Performs postmortem care. Identifies patient problems and assists in developing and evaluating patient care plan(s). Assembles, operates, and maintains therapeutic equipment. Provides field medical care in contingency operations and disasters. Performs basic life support and triage in emergency situations. Serves as member of primary emergency medical response to in-flight emergencies and potential mass casualty scenarios for on- and off-base incidents. Operates emergency medical and other vehicles. Loads and unloads litter patients. Participates in contingency or disaster field training, exercises, and deployments. Augments search and rescue flying squadrons. Obtains and maintains linen and supplies/areas. Disposes of medical waste. Maintains inpatient and outpatient medical records. Screens medical records for deployability and other medical administrative requirements. Prepares and submits administrative reports. Manages supplies and equipment, submits and executes budgets. Coordinates medical service activities with execution and clinical management teams. Utilizes the nursing process for promoting and maintaining patient health. Provides disease and disability education, care, and evaluation of nursing care. Participates in and leads the planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care. Performs assessment and analysis of patient health status, identifies health goals, recognizes subtle changes in conditions, interprets these changes, and immediately determines appropriate course of action. Supervises personnel, conducts training, and creates duty schedules. Schedules and/or conducts in-service training on procedures, techniques, and equipment. Schedules and/or conducts periodic disaster training, fire drills, and evacuation procedures. Provides training to medical and non-medical personnel; training may include areas such as emergency medical technician and required basic life support training. Immunization: Manages computer based patient information. Performs tuberculosis testing. Administers vaccines IAW current guidelines. Provides emergency care for treatment of anaphylaxis. Provides patient education regarding expected reactions and proper post-vaccination care. Provides oversight of immunization processes and programs. Manages the Immunization Backup Technician (IBT) program. Performs flight and operational medicine duties. Assists flight surgeon with aircraft mishap and physiological incident response, investigation, and reporting. Supports flight surgeon to develop flying safety and deployment briefings. Assists healthcare provider teams with interpretation and application of medical standards to determine medical qualifications for occupational duty, worldwide duty, special operation duty, mobility status, flying status, special duty, security clearance, professional military education (PME), retraining, commissioning, and transition to Air Force Reserves or Air National Guard. Provides administrative management of duty limiting conditions reports. Assists with oversight of waiver management utilizing the Aircrew Information Management Waiver Tracking System (AIMWTS). Maintains grounding management on all aircrew assigned utilizing the Aeromedical Services Information Management Systems (ASIMS). Performs the paraprofessional portion of initial flying class/special operational duty (SOD) physicals. Conducts clinical entries for data into the Physical Examination Processing Program (PEPP) and manages physical until completion. Provides first point of contact for non-empanelled patients requiring physical examinations (i.e. Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB), Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), and others that are an extension of the occupational exam). Performs preventive health assessment (PHA) physicals for flying status and non-flying status personnel and updates results of required tests and examinations into ASIMS.
Civil Engineering Officer

[ AIR ] - [ 19-92 ] - [ Civil Engineering Officer ]


Opening Date:  3/26/2019
Closing Date:  4/23/2019
Unit:   128 MSG, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:   Open to all eligible to enter WI ANG AGR Program * Must Possess Advertised AFSC No Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required:  2d Lt./O-1
Maximum Grade Authorized:  Maj/O-4
Maximum Grade Available:  Maj/O-4
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Supports combat operations and activities. Maintains trained and equipped forces capable of responding to worldwide contingencies and military operations other than war. Evaluates capabilities and develops contingency methodologies to accomplish mission objectives. Maintains emergency response force to cope with enemy attacks, major accidents, and natural disasters. Plans, develops, and executes procedures to mitigate the effects, render safe, and dispose of conventional, nuclear, chemical biological ordnance and improvised explosive devices. Provides on-scene advice to commander on control and integration of emergency response force. Develops, monitors, and briefs survivability actions and methods to recover capabilities after attack. Organizes, trains, and equips contingency forces for conventional and nuclear, biological, and chemical attack operations, and other emergency situations. Acts as weapons recovery cell director as a member of the response task force for nuclear accidents. Determines requirements, establishes plans, provides designs, and directs operations, maintenance, repair, alteration, addition, and construction of facilities and utility systems. Determines personnel and material resource requirements. Plans and establishes land use, and provides environmental stewardship. Directs CE forces in support of customers' requirements, and coordinates activities with subordinate and lateral units and functions. Determines proper use of facilities and effective employment of utility systems. Acts as technical representative and engineering consultant for operations and maintenance activities. Coordinates activities with local, state, federal, and host country agencies. Develops CE plans and policies. Evaluates impact of legislative action, executive orders, directives, and management decisions. Consults with manpower, organization, and personnel staffs to ensure appropriate use of CE personnel. Coordinates with staff agencies on fiscal and legal matters. Directs training, business practices, and professional development activities. Serves as CE advisor to commanders. Implements standardization and evaluation, and monitors compliance of programs and policies. Directs and conducts engineering research and feasibility studies and surveys.
Aviation Resource Management

[ AIR ] - [ 19-102 ] - [ Aviation Resource Management ]


Opening Date:  4/9/2019
Closing Date:  4/24/2019
Unit:  128 OSS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Restricted to Technicians assigned to 128 ARW *Must possess advertised AFSC No trainees accepted
Minimum Grade Required:  MSgtE-7
Maximum Grade Authorized:  MSgtE-7
Maximum Grade Available:  MSgtE-7
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Interprets public law, plans, organizes, and directs aircrew and parachutist resource activities. Reviews aviation mission accomplishment reports for accuracy. Initiates actions to support aviation management policies and procedures, and conducts aircrew and parachutist interviews. Prepares and processes aeronautical and military pay orders and flight authorizations. Performs aviation and parachutist resource management functions. Monitors flight physicals, physiological training, aircrew qualifications, and other aircrew and parachutist-related programs. Schedules aircrew training and aircraft sorties, and maintains mission information. Monitors individual flight requirements, unit flying hours, and aviation requirement changes. Maintains control and accountability for ARMS data. Controls security access to ARMS data interfaces, and advises on matters pertaining to ARMS requirements and modifications. Inspects and evaluates production and maintenance of aviation flight and parachutist jump records, files, and reports. Evaluates completed work and group performance. Ensures functional directives are accurate and complete. Reviews aviation resource management procedures and recommends changes. Reviews trend analysis.
Munition Systems

[ AIR ] - [ 19-99 ] - [ Munition Systems ]


Opening Date:  4/12/2019
Closing Date:  4/26/2019
Unit:  128 MXS, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Job restricted to 128 ARW Technicians assigned to Munitions * Must possess advertised AFSC No trainees accepted
Minimum Grade Required:  SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized:  TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available:  TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Tests, assembles, and processes nonnuclear munitions. Prepares munitions for loading on aircraft. Checks safe and arm mechanisms. Installs warheads, guidance units, fuses, arming wires, squibs, strakes, wings, fins, control surfaces, and tracking flares. Processes aircraft gun ammunition. Maintains and reconditions munitions and MMHE. Reconditions, repairs, and replaces defective or missing parts. Maintains operational or bench stock materiel and secures replenishment. Modifies munitions and MMHE when directed. Inspects munitions for serviceability and applies munitions product assurance procedures. Installs spotting charges in bombs. Processes ammunition. Inspects ammunition, components, and containers for defects. Prepares documentation indicating identification and quantity of assets. Performs routine demilitarization of nonexplosive munitions items. Repackages munitions and applies container markings. Receives, stores, handles, and transports nonnuclear munitions via multiple modes (air, sea, land). Unloads and unpacks munitions. Checks shipping documents for accuracy. Delivers munitions to assembly, storage, or maintenance areas. Prepares munitions for shipment. Determines and maintains storage facilities, reports, safety, and security requirements. Performs inspections and maintains inspection and storage records. Issues nonnuclear munitions. Performs operator maintenance on munitions vehicles and equipment. Performs munitions materiel management and materiel accounting functions. Performs and oversees management and procedural application of manual and automated positive inventory control. Determines inventory control actions. Conducts inventories and corrects discrepancies. Accomplishes requisitioning actions and maintains due-in, due-out, and status files. Maintains source document control and ensures validity and completeness. Recommends system and program changes to data processing methods. Develops and maintains stock level data. Monitors excess munitions programs. Prepares reports. Operates and maintains ADPE for munitions accounting, reporting, and status configuration. Coordinates with maintenance activities on repairable munitions components. Obtains material for equipment modifications, periodic component exchange, and maintenance. Receives, stores, handles and transports nuclear weapons. Establishes and evaluates performance standards, maintenance controls, and work procedures. Computes data to support financial planning and programming. Analyzes and validates munitions host-tenant and interservice munitions support agreements and plans. Develops methods and techniques to maintain and recondition munitions and handling equipment. Evaluates munitions account condition, identifies deficiencies, and initiates corrective actions. Ensures compliance with policies, directives, and procedures. Evaluates munitions equipment maintenance. Evaluates procedures for assembling, renovating, and storing munitions; and procedures for demilitarization of nonexplosive munitions. Provides status information and expected completion dates. Analyzes mission effectiveness, program requirements, and stock control levels, and validates requirements. Analyzes stockpile requirements to determine type and quantity of munitions facilities needed to safely store, inspect, maintain, and secure munitions assets.
Aircraft Armament Systems

[ AIR ] - [ 19-105 ] - [ Aircraft Armament Systems ]


Opening Date:  4/18/2019
Closing Date:  5/2/2019
Unit:  115 AMXS, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Restricted to members of the WI ANG * Must possess advertised AFSC No Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required:  A1C/E-3
Maximum Grade Authorized:  SSgt/E-5
Maximum Grade Available:  SSgt/E-5
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
PDF
Job Description:
Loads, unloads, and positions munitions on aircraft. Loads, positions, performs safing operations, and unloads munitions. Uses handling, loading, and checkout procedures and equipment. Tests suspension, launch, and release systems for retentive locking, and manual or electrical release. Analyzes malfunctions. Performs functional checks of launch and suspension systems. Prepares munitions and inspects post loading weapons. Operates handling and loading equipment, and mates munitions with aircraft release, launch, and suspension systems. Loads and services aircraft gun systems. Tests electrical and electronic circuitry for continuity, voltage, and proper operation. Tests for unwanted electrical signal or power before connecting electrically actuated explosives and propellants. Installs ground safety devices on munition and gun system components to prevent inadvertent detonation, launching, or firing. Inserts and removes impulse cartridges associated with fuel tanks and pylons. Adjusts and installs fuses, boosters, and delay elements in conventional munitions. Inspects, repairs, and maintains aircraft release, launch, suspension, and monitor systems; aircraft guns; and related equipment. Operates, inspects, and performs operator maintenance on related munitions handling, loading, and test equipment. Examines for visual defects and proper installation of systems components such as munitions ejector racks, loading and suspension devices, shackles, rocket pods, pylons, aircraft ammunition, boosters, and feed chutes. Boresights and performs after-firing inspection of aircraft guns. Examines aircraft guns for defects. Analyzes malfunctions of munitions launch, release, suspension, and monitor systems, and associated handling and loading equipment. Disassembles, repairs, or replaces mechanical, electrical, electronic, and pneudraulic mechanisms of launch and release systems, and aircraft gun systems. Removes, disassembles, and inspects parts and subassemblies for damage, rust, corrosion, or acceptable clearances and tolerances. Makes adjustments and applies lubricants and preservatives. Performs serviceability tests on aircraft guns, gun systems, and munitions associated suspension equipment. Performs armament systems maintenance functions. Modifies munitions launch, release, suspension, and monitor systems to improve efficiency. Determines probable effect of modifications on future maintenance and operational problems. Plans, organizes, and directs aircraft armament systems maintenance activities. Establishes and evaluates performance and training standards, maintenance controls, and procedures. Checks methods and techniques used to load and unload munitions on aircraft, to repair and maintain aircraft release and gun systems, and to maintain, repair, and modify associated equipment. Ensures compliance with policies, directives, and safety procedures. Analyzes productivity and work quality. Evaluates operational efficiency of aircraft guns and munitions systems, and recommends modification.
Health Services Technician

[ AIR ] - [ 19-100 ] - [ Health Services Technician ]


Opening Date:  4/12/2019
Closing Date:  5/10/2019
Unit:  128 MDG, Milwaukee, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Open to all eligible to enter the WI ANG AGR Program *Must possess advertised AFSC No trainees accepted
Minimum Grade Required:  SrA/E-4
Maximum Grade Authorized:  TSgt/E-6
Maximum Grade Available:  TSgt/E-6
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
PDF
Job Description:
Provides, supervises and manages patient care of beneficiaries to include flying and special operational duty personnel. Performs nursing tasks. Acts as Patient Centered Medical Home member or team leader. Front-line preventionist who identifies potential health risks and provides preventative counseling. Performs paraprofessional portions of preventative health assessments and physical examinations. Monitors and records physiological measurements. Orients patients to the hospital environment. Admits, discharges, and transfers patients as directed. Observes, reports, and records observations in patient progress notes and team conferences. Performs portions of medical treatment, diagnostic, and therapeutic procedures. Cares for, observes, and reports on pre/post-operative, seriously or critically ill, and injured patients. Records treatments and procedures rendered and observes effects. Performs postmortem care. Identifies patient problems and assists in developing and evaluating patient care plan(s). Assembles, operates, and maintains therapeutic equipment. Provides field medical care in contingency operations and disasters. Performs basic life support and triage in emergency situations. Serves as member of primary emergency medical response to in-flight emergencies and potential mass casualty scenarios for on- and off-base incidents. Operates emergency medical and other vehicles. Loads and unloads litter patients. Participates in contingency or disaster field training, exercises, and deployments. Augments search and rescue flying squadrons. Obtains and maintains linen and supplies/areas. Disposes of medical waste. Maintains inpatient and outpatient medical records. Screens medical records for deployability and other medical administrative requirements. Prepares and submits administrative reports. Manages supplies and equipment, submits and executes budgets. Coordinates medical service activities with execution and clinical management teams. Utilizes the nursing process for promoting and maintaining patient health. Provides disease and disability education, care, and evaluation of nursing care. Participates in and leads the planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care. Performs assessment and analysis of patient health status, identifies health goals, recognizes subtle changes in conditions, interprets these changes, and immediately determines appropriate course of action. Supervises personnel, conducts training, and creates duty schedules. Schedules and/or conducts in-service training on procedures, techniques, and equipment. Schedules and/or conducts periodic disaster training, fire drills, and evacuation procedures. Provides training to medical and non-medical personnel; training may include areas such as emergency medical technician and required basic life support training. Immunization: Manages computer based patient information. Performs tuberculosis testing. Administers vaccines IAW current guidelines. Provides emergency care for treatment of anaphylaxis. Provides patient education regarding expected reactions and proper post-vaccination care. Provides oversight of immunization processes and programs. Manages the Immunization Backup Technician (IBT) program. Performs flight and operational medicine duties. Assists flight surgeon with aircraft mishap and physiological incident response, investigation, and reporting. Supports flight surgeon to develop flying safety and deployment briefings. Assists healthcare provider teams with interpretation and application of medical standards to determine medical qualifications for occupational duty, worldwide duty, special operation duty, mobility status, flying status, special duty, security clearance, professional military education (PME), retraining, commissioning, and transition to Air Force Reserves or Air National Guard. Provides administrative management of duty limiting conditions reports. Assists with oversight of waiver management utilizing the Aircrew Information Management Waiver Tracking System (AIMWTS). Maintains grounding management on all aircrew assigned utilizing the Aeromedical Services Information Management Systems (ASIMS). Performs the paraprofessional portion of initial flying class/special operational duty (SOD) physicals. Conducts clinical entries for data into the Physical Examination Processing Program (PEPP) and manages physical until completion. Provides first point of contact for non-empanelled patients requiring physical examinations (i.e. Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB), Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC), and others that are an extension of the occupational exam). Performs preventive health assessment (PHA) physicals for flying status and non-flying status personnel and updates results of required tests and examinations into ASIMS.
Security Forces Enlisted Manager

[ AIR ] - [ 19-103 ] - [ Security Forces Enlisted Manager ]


Opening Date:  4/18/2019
Closing Date:  5/15/2019
Unit:  115 SFS, Madison, WI
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Open to all eligible to enter WI ANG AGR Program * Promotion based on availability of a control grade. Minimum grade promotable MSgt/E-7 (TIG/TIS, PME, CCAF or equivalent) Open to all AFSC's.Trainees Accepted.
Minimum Grade Required:  Promotable MSgt/E-7
Maximum Grade Authorized:  CMSgt/E-9
Maximum Grade Available:  CMSgt/E-9
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Leads, manages, supervises, and performs force protection duties employing up to the use of deadly force to protect personnel and resources. Protects nuclear and conventional weapons systems and other critical resources. Performs air base defense functions contributing to the force protection mission. Defends personnel, equipment, and resources from hostile forces throughout the base security zone of military installations. Operates in various field environments, performs mounted and dismounted individual and team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures, convoys, military operations other than war, antiterrorism duties, and other special duties. Operates communications equipment, vehicles, intrusion detection equipment, individual and crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment. Applies self-aid buddy care and life saving procedures as first responders to accident and disaster scenes. Provides armed response and controls entry to installations and protection level resources. Detects and reports presence of unauthorized personnel and activities and implements security reporting and alerting system. Enforces standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to laws and directives. Directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic; investigates motor vehicle accidents, minor crimes, and incidents; and operates speed measuring, drug and alcohol, and breath test devices. Secures crime and incident scenes; apprehends and detains suspects; searches persons and property; and collects, seizes, and preserves evidence. Conducts interviews of witnesses and suspects and obtains statements and testifies in official judicial proceedings. Responds to disaster and relief operations and participates in contingencies. Develops plans, policies, procedures, and detailed instructions to implement SF programs. Plans, organizes, and schedules SF activities and provides oversight, guidance, and assistance to commanders with the application of physical security and force protections in support of priority resources. Operates pass and registration activities and supervises and trains SF augmentees. Employs and utilizes the Incident Command System construct during emergency planning, response recovery operations. Inspects and evaluates effectiveness of SF personnel and activities. Provides guidance on employment and utilization of military working dog teams. Ensures proficiency training and certification standards are maintained. Employs military working dogs to support worldwide security force operations and executive agency requirements to include nuclear, Presidential support, federal law enforcement and national strategic programs. Ensures health and welfare of military working dogs. Trains handlers and military working dogs on all aspects of military working dog training. Maintains dog training and usage records and is responsible for storage, handling, and security of drug and explosive training aids. Leads, manages, supervises, and implements ground weapons training programs. Controls and safeguards arms, ammunition, and equipment and instructs ground weapons qualification training. Provides guidance on weapons placement to security forces and ground defense force commanders. Inspects ground weapons and replaces unserviceable parts and analyzes malfunctions by inspection and serviceability testing. Uses precision gauges, testing instruments, and special tools to adjust parts and operating mechanisms. Function- fires weapons for accuracy and serviceability. Controls and operates firing ranges and associated facilities to include supervising construction and rehabilitation.
Operations and Training Warrant Officer

[ ARMY ] - [ 19-85 ] - [ Operations and Training Warrant Officer ]


Opening Date:  4/1/2019
Closing Date:  5/15/2019
Postition Grade:  W3
Grades Authorized to Apply:  WOC that is branch approved by Cyber proponent for 170A – W3 *must be branch approved for 170A
Duty Location:  Det 1 176th Cyber Protection Team (CPT), Madison, WI
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 open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
The full-time Operations and Training Warrant is the primary cyber operations subject matter expert and advisor responsible for planning organizing, coordinating activities at all echelons, and supervises military personnel within the Cyber Protection Team detachment. Provides guidance and technical input to integration of cyberspace capabilities into the operational framework. Responsible for building and maintaining dynamic and complex technical environments that train cyber personnel in support of the Army Cyber Mission. Qualified candidate will be able to establish and maintain Unit technical training products, proficiently teach complex technical concepts, and supervise the Full Time RNCO in the management of training, supply, dynamic budgets, and administrative tasks on a daily basis. Qualified candidate will work with Commander and Unit leadership to develop complex training scenarios in support of mission requirements and overall operational readiness, and will direct the training of personnel on planning, administrating, maintaining, integrating, and operating in the cyber operational environment in order to gain proficiency. Candidate will also develop policy recommendations and provide technical guidance and advice to commander and staff on the management, implications, and applications of offensive and defensive cyberspace operations. Candidate will assist RNCO in coordinating with ARCYBER, 91ST Cyber BDE, and USCYBERCOM in tracking and adhering to policy and procedural changes to evaluate detachment readiness and ensure compliance. Qualified candidate will act as the primary SSO for the unit, and will be responsible for the development of Cyber Intelligence program, personnel, and the coordination of training within the team. Performs all other additional duties as required.

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Recruiting and Retention NCO

[ 19-89 ] - [ Recruiting and Retention NCO ]

Opening Date:  4/16/2019
Closing Date:  4/23/2019
Duty Station:  Recruiting and Retention Battalion, Statewide, WI
Position Grade:  E6
 Grades Authorized to Apply:  E6
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Limited to currently assigned AGR Enlisted Soldiers with the WIARNG full time AGR force
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Recruits, Interviews and pre-qualifies prospects for membership with the Wisconsin Army National Guard. Recruiting success is measured by total number of enlistments that ship to training in a given mission year. Daily use of a laptop computer is required for mission accomplishment. Directly supports Wisconsin Army National Guard units and attends required drills. Additional responsibilities may include supervising and training RSP Soldiers and FTNGD personnel to ensure effective RSP operations, aimed at increasing RSP drill attendance, RSP retention rate, and RSP ship rate. Must be able to effectively interface with MEPS personnel, unit FTUS, Retention NCOs, and Civilians. Additional duties as assigned.
Supply NCO

[ 19-87 ] - [ Supply NCO ]

Opening Date:  4/16/2019
Closing Date:  4/23/2019
Duty Station:  Co D FSC (1-105) 132 BSB, Madison, WI
Position Grade:  E6
 Grades Authorized to Apply:  E6
Salary: Pay and allowance commensurate with military rank.
Area of Consideration:  Open to WIARNG on board AGRs to include those eligible to re-class as a 92Y
Please open the PDF file for the complete job advertisement:
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Job Description:
Performs supervisory and management duties for the company supply section personnel, ensuring proper guidance and training. Responsible for ensuring the company is logistically ready for mobilization. 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. Must complete Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations courses.

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724-3726
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2400 Wright Street
Madison, Wisconsin
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J1/Manpower & Personnel
P.O. Box 8111
Madison, WI 53708-8111

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