Primary Duties: The unit dispatcher is responsible for accomplishing the Commander’s plans and programs to attain the unit’s mobilization readiness objectives. This is accomplished by maintaining all vehicle log books, tracking miles for each mission, tracking and performing PMCS for all equipment, maintain up-to-date records of drivers licenses (military and civilian), and accident avoidance classes. Must have or be able to obtain a civilian motor vehicle license and military drivers license for all wheel vehicles and equipment assigned to unit. Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Access, Excel, Power Point and Word Programs. Must have, or be able to obtain, and pull individual and unit reports from all applicable personnel and training databases and systems. Attends all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies and annual training periods. Attends MOSQ schools, additional skill identifier (ASI) required schools, and training courses conducted by the National Guard Professional Education Center, 746 CSSB/224TH SB and/or OTAG. Performs other duties as assigned by the commander and/ or FTM OIC and NCOIC. Preferred Qualifications: • Recommended knowledge of GCSSA, LIW, FMSweb, and windows computer applications. • Documented experience as a Heavy Vehicle Driver, Dispatcher, or OCONUS deployment in a company or battalion comparable position. • APFT score 220 or better
Additional Requirements: Duty location: 14941 Riverside Drive Moreno Valley, CA 92518 Soldiers applying must meet the following eligibility criteria IAW DA PAM 611-21. Security clearance eligibility of Secret. Must have a valid state motor vehicle license. Military status: Full-Time Military Title 32 Section 502 (f) (AGR). Soldiers applying must meet the following eligibility criteria IAW DA Pam 611-21: • A physical profile of 222222. • A minimum score of 90 in aptitude area OF in Armed Services Vocational aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests administered prior to 2 January 2002. • A minimum score of 85 in aptitude area OF on ASVAB tests administered on and after 2 January 2002.