California Army National Guard

$42,000 - $55,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Camp San luis obispo, O'Connor Way, San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Apr 16, 2018
Full time
The Assistant Medical NCO provides medical support to the Grizzly Youth A cademy under the direction of the Medical Services Supervisor. a. Provides medical treatment to GYA cadets within the limits established for Youth Programs Clinic. b. Assists the Medical Services Supervisor and Medical NCO in conducting sick call for cadets. c. Administers medication and inoculations, as directed, by the Medical Services Supervisor and/or Medical NCO. d. Performs first aid, when necessary, or assists the Academy cadre in providing initial treatment toinjured cadets. e. Assists with presenting professional training to academy staff. f. Provides general guidance in personal hygiene and healthy lifestyle practices to cadets. g. Transports and provides supervision for cadets at medical appointments in the local area. h. Available for ESAD surge operations to assist State Personnel, Comptroller, and the Joint Staff inresponse to State emergencies. i. Other duties as assigned. 5. The service member selected for this position may be eligible for health, dental, vision and lifeinsurance benefits. Other benefits may also be available to those who qualify such as Service Member Assistance Programs, Group Legal Services, Long - Term Disability Insurance, Long -Term Care Insurance, Retirement Annuity, Supplemental Investment and the Military Service Buy Back Program   a. Members of the active California National Guard or active members of the California State Military Reserve (CSMR) in the grades of E-3 through E-5 may apply.   c. Must have civilian or military education as a medic, medical specialist, or medical technician. d . Military assignments appropriate to the grade of the applicant are required. e . Must be able to effectively communicate verbally an d in writing. f. Must have documented knowledge of medical operations and procedures. g. Must possess working experience as a medic at the Company/Battalion/Squadron, or higher, level. h. Must have, at minimum, two years’ experience as a c ombat medic, medical specialist, or medical technician. i. Must be willing to work a flexible work schedule, to include nights and weekends, when Academy mission dictates. j. Applicant must meet Federally Recognized medical fitness standards.               Bob Gagnon   Team B
$35,000 - $70,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Apr 06, 2018
Full time
Primary Duties: FTM Supply Sergeant maintains accountability of unit property, sub-hand receipts, and maintenance program for unit. Duties include: Request, receive, exchanges, issue, recover, and turn-in personnel clothing IAW current directives. Account for and maintain records of serviceability for all OCIE. Ensure that monthly sensitive item inventories and monthly cyclic inventories are conducted, maintained, and signed by the Unit Commander. Assist in maintaining the unit Class IX registers. Track unit OR rating and vehicle status. Assist in preparing quarterly Unit Status Report (USR), briefing materials, ammunition requests, training Site requests, and other reports and/or requests as directed by the Commander and/or AGR OIC. Responsible for accomplishing the Commander's plan and program to attain the unit's supply accountability and mobilization readiness objectives. Operates the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) to maintain automated accountability and reporting for company logistics functions. Last minute notice of travel is possible and required along with extended work hours and weekends as needed by the command to meet requirements and missions as necessary. Attend all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies, and annual training periods. Attend MOSQ School, additional skill identifier (ASI) required schools, and training courses conducted by the National Guard Professional Education Center (NGPEC) and/or Joint Forces Headquarters as required. Will become knowledgeable of, and perform their duties in accordance with all state and federal laws and Army regulations governing hazardous materials handling and storage and hazardous waste storage and disposal. Will comply with state and federal regulations governing the procurement of recycled material and waste reduction. Will also maintain records and provide information regarding environmental actions. Works closely with the S4 NCOIC during Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP) inspections and assist's the Commander with his program. The supply NCO will become knowledgeable of and perform their duties in accordance with all state and federal laws and Army Regulations governing personnel actions. Performs other duties as assigned. Last minute notice of travel is possible and required along with extended work hours and weekends as necessary by the command to meet mission requirements. Attend all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies, and annual training periods. Performs other duties as assigned. Additional Requirements: All applicants must meet the requirements of AR 190-11 para 2-11. Those that do not meet the requirements will not be considered. Those failing to maintain the requirements will be removed from the AGR program without further consideration or lateral opportunity. Must have a current NACLC for consideration and granting of secret clearance within a year of hire date. Good computer skills with knowledge of all MS office products (SharePoint, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word) be familiar with ISM, DTS, LIW, and FMSWEB. Ability to maintain a Government Travel Card (GTC). Valid military driver's license with GSA endorsement, and ability to work without direct supervision. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds into and out of vehicle. Have a valid motor vehicles operator's license from the state assigned. Must have a valid CAARNG account. Applicant may be required to attend in person board interview. Soldier must meet PULES and ASVAB requirements to be considered qualified. Soldiers must complete Phase 1 of the 101-92Y10 unit Supply Specialist (Re-class) course prior to attending Phase 2, and must complete Phase 2 within two years of Phase 1. A physical demands rating of heavy. Soldiers applying must meet the following eligibility criteria IAW DA Pam 611-21;  A physical profile of 222222. (3) Qualifying scores.  A minimum score of 95 in aptitude area CL in Armed Services Vocational aptitude Battery (ASVAB) tests administered prior to 2 January 2002.  A minimum score of 92 in aptitude area CL on ASVAB tests administered on and after 2 January 2002 and prior to 1 July 2004. A minimum score of 90 in aptitude area CL on ASVAB tests administered on and after 1 July 2004.       Team B Bob Gagnon
$35,000 - $60,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Fairfield, CA, USA
Apr 06, 2018
Full time
Primary duties and Responsibilities : Primarily SM will work in the current operations section for the FEMA Region IX Homeland Response Force (HRF) to perform the following duties: Process orders, travel, and schools applications utilizing AFCOS, DTS, and ATRRS. Serves in the operations section of the 49th MP Brigade during exercises and activations. Performs other duties as necessary. Speciality Qualification Requirements: Attends all HRF exercises and training (This will exceed the normal number of Annual Training days afforded M-day Soldiers) Soldier may be contacted for a telephonic interview. Must have a Government Travel Card and be available for travel. Soldiers applying must meet the following eligibility criteria: Have a military drivers license. Qualified in assigned duty MOS (42A MOS not mandatory for position). Must have no documented instances in the last 5 years of conduct which reflects adversely on the character, honesty, or integrity of the Soldier. Must have no other record of disciplinary action under UCMJ or patterns of behavior which indicates a lack of integrity, or which is inconsistent with the MOS. Must have no convictions or other adverse disciplinary convictions for criminal offenses listed as a misdemeanor or felony outlines in AR 601-210, chapter 4.  Preferred qualifications: An understanding of military protocol, the ability to coordinate events, attention to detail, and the ability to work with Executive Level Officers.       Team B Bob Gagnon
$38,000 - $70,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Fairfield, CA, USA
Apr 06, 2018
Full time
Primary duties and Responsibilities : Primarily SM will act as the HRF Training NCO to perform the following duties: Input HRF personnel for school orders AFCOS and DTS Has access to systems and ability to operate the following programs: AFCOS, DTS, iPERMS, SIDPERS, DPRO (Record Brief), RCAS, SIBXWEB, and MILPOAPPS. Additional HRF duties as required by the Readiness NCO Schedules ranges and barracks through RFMSS for HR training and weapon qualification Maintains unit ammunition program through TAMIS Inputs HRF Soldiers into valid school seats through ATRRS Maintains HRF Soldiers APFT and IWQ records as well as all training in both RCAS and DTMS for 109 assigned personnel       Team B Bob Gagnon
$90,000 - $120,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Fairfield, CA, USA
Apr 06, 2018
Full time
Primarily SM will serve as the FUOPS Officer for the Region IX Homeland Response Force (HRF) to perform the following duties: Forecasting and tracking the training requirements and completion of all HRF personnel. Serve as primary New Equipment Training (NET)/New Equipment Fielding (NEF) OIC. Serve as primary Brigade Stationing Action Officer. Serve as secondary on drafting and publishing Mission Taskers. Including hosting weekly suspense tracker meetings with BNs. Updating BDE Suspense tracker and GKO Orders folder. Serve as the secondary Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) administrator for the 49th MP BDE and other related database systems. Coordinate with G-3 FIRO and subordinate units for all NET/NEF events associated with 49th MP BDE. Coordinate with G-3 FIRO and subordinate units for all Stationing Action items within the 49th MP BDE. Coordinate with BDE Staff and subordinate units to develop and refine steady state and field Battle Rhythm. Track and update metrics for units identified as Focus Readiness Units (FRU), Army Emergency Response Force (AERF), and Federal Response Model (SRM) within the 49th MP BDE on brief slides. Review all 49th MP BDE subordinate units RFMSS request. Assist in providing locations and resources related to RFMSS for future operational planning. Compile slides for the weekly synchronization meetings. Publish OPORDs, FRAGOs. Track and report SIRs to the JOC. Maintain BDEs SIR Tracker. Knowledge and access to Webex is preferred. Knowledge and experience with BDEs GKO SharePoint portal is preferred.       Team B Bob Gagnon
$45,000 - $82,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Fairfield, CA, USA
Apr 06, 2018
Full time
Primarily SM will serve as the FUOPS NCO for the Region IX Homeland Response Force (HRF) to perform the following duties: Forecasting and tracking the training requirements and completion of all HRF personnel. Serve as the primary Range Facility Management Support System (RFMSS) administrator for the 49th MP BDE and other related database systems. Serve as secondary on drafting and publishing Mission Taskers, including hosting weekly suspense tracker meetings with BNs. Updating BDE Suspense tracker and GKO Orders folder. Review all 49th MP BDE subordinate units RFMSS requests. Assist in providing locations and resources related to RFMSS for future operational planning. Compile slides for the weekly synchronization meetings. Publish OPORDs, FRAGOs. Track and report SIRs to the JOC. Maintain BDEs SIR Tracker. Knowledge and access to Webex is preferred. Knowledge and experience with BDEs GKO portal is preferred.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$55,000 - $82,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Perris, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Primary Functions:  Under the supervision of the Principal and Commandant, the NCOIC, CMI manages the enlisted members of the CMI. Is expected to independently assess personnel needs, recommend and oversee training requirements, conduct professional development to meet CMI and YCPTF requirements, conduct personnel evaluations, and provide mentoring to staff and cadets. In close coordination with the CMI Principal and Commandant, serves as instructional mentor to TAC NCOs. Performance assessed through annual evaluations and semi-annual counseling. a. Evaluates, trains and mentors TAC NCOs and enlisted military staff. b. Manages military enlisted staff hiring and personnel actions. c. Assigns and manages military staff additional duties. d. Implements Principal’s and Commandant’s guidance to ensure military staff provides support to CMI. e. Writes and reviews SOPs, policies and procedures for military personnel. f. Coordinates with California Cadet Corps for current doctrine and event participation. g. Officer Primarily Responsible (OPR) for cadet uniforms and Drill and Ceremony instruction. h. Meets with parents and community members as required. i. Performs other duties, as required, to ensure cadet success and successful operation of the Institute.  Basic Qualifications: a. Current State Active Duty service members of the California National Guard and California State Military Reserve (CSMR) in the grades of E-6 through E-8 may apply. Applicants must have a military affiliation per Para 3-2 of CMD Regulation 600-1. CSMR members must submit a copy of their CSMR orders with their application. b. Completion of military and civilian education requirements commensurate with the grade of the applicant are required. AA degree, BA degree, or higher is desired. c. Training or education is Youth Counseling is desired. d. Military assignments appropriate to the grade of the applicant are required. e. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. f. Must possess, at minimum, three years’ documented managerial, administrative and/or command experience. g. Must have experience developing training schedules, coordinating and resourcing training events. h. Familiarity with State and Federal budgeting and procurement activities is desired.i. Strong computer skills (Windows OS, Microsoft Office Suite) is preferred. j. Must be willing to work a flexible work schedule, to include nights and weekends, when Institute missions dictate, generally, up to two weekends a month. k. Must be able to successfully complete First Aid/CPR training within first six months of hire date. l. Must pass Live Scan upon hire date. m. Must be able to apply for a California Designated Subject Special Subjects Basic Military Drill Credential within six months of initial employment. m. Applicant must meet Federally Recognized medical fitness standards. n. Appropriate military uniform with federally recognized, or CSMR recognized, rank will be worn in accordance with military regulation. o. Must be able to pass both State and Federal background checks (Live Scan). Continuation of employment is contingent upon maintaining favorable State and Federal background checks. p. Must possess a valid state driver’s license.        Team B Bob Gagnon
$55,000 - $82,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Porterville, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Primary Functions:  The Operations and Training NCO performs and supervises operations and training activities in support of the PMA under the supervision of the Commandant and NCOIC, PMA. a. Assists the Commandant and NCOIC, PMA in solving operational and training issues and provides guidance and mentoring to all NCO’s in the area of training and instruction. b. Ensures that personnel are highly trained professionals and exemplary military role models for the cadets they train and supervise. c. Monitors PMA operations and training records. d. Advises the Commandant on Operations and Training matters and schedules required staff or cadet training when necessary. e. Requires technical knowledge of military administration, operations and training acquired through military training and education. f. Coordinates and attends military activities and events. g. Arranges Military Science field trip transportation and coordinates the operational and training needs of the other PMA staff. h. Prepares Military Science Emergency Preparedness plans and coordinates drills and other emergency operations. i. Available for ESAD surge operations to support State Personnel, Comptroller, J3, J4 and Joint Staff in the event of a State emergency. j. Performs a wide variety of additional duties.  Basic Qualifications:  a. Current State Active Duty service members of the California National Guard and California State Military Reserve (CSMR) in the grades of E-6 through E-8 may apply. Applicants must have a military affiliation per Para 3-2 of CMD Regulation 600-1. CSMR members must submit a copy of their CSMR orders with their application. b. Completion of military and civilian education requirements commensurate with the grade of the applicant are required. A Bachelor’s Degree is desired. c. Military assignments appropriate to the grade of the applicant are required. d. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. e. Must have knowledge of California National Guard military operations and training and have the ability to apply this experience to the youth Academy. f. Must be able to work with minimum supervision, make timely and sound decisions, use initiative and schedule workloads. g. Must have documented experience in operations and training of staffs above company or unit level. h. Should be proficient with Microsoft Office software to include Word, Excel and PowerPoint.          Team B Bob Gagnon
$38,000 - $82,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Oakland, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Primary Functions: Provides direct support to the Training, Assessment and Counseling (TAC) team under the direct supervision of the TAC Officer. a. Performs classroom instruction in Military Science and Physical Education. b. Counsels cadets in academic, personal, behavioral, college/career and social dimensions. c. Assesses cadet progress toward stated Institute goals. d. TAC NCOs serve with TAC Officer partners and Company Support NCOs as a TAC team. e. Model a professional command team for the cadets. f. Trains and coaches the cadet chain of command to establish and sustain high unit standards and behavior essential to a cohesive, well-disciplined, and spirited company environment. g. TAC NCOs serve as mentors and guides to the cadet non-commissioned officers and cadets entrusted to their care. h. Available for ESAD surge operations to assist State Personnel, Comptroller and the Joint Staff in the event of a State emergency. i. Other duties as assigned. Basic Qualifications: a. Members of the active California National Guard or active members of the California State Military Reserve (CSMR) in the grades of E-5 through E-7 may apply. Applicants must have a military affiliation per Para 3-2 of CMD Regulation 600-1. Applicants who are not current members of the California National Guard or CSMR may also apply, however, applicants must meet military affiliation requirements at the time of appointment. CSMR members who have no prior federal military experience must be a member of the CSMR for a minimum of two years. Qualifying service in the active militia must have been within 24 months of the closing date of this vacancy announcement. CSMR members must submit a copy of their CSMR orders with their application. Non-members of the California National Guard or CSMR must submit a letter of intent to meet qualifying military affiliation at the time of appointment along with their application. b. Completion of military and civilian education requirements commensurate with the grade of the applicant are required. Attach a copy of your highest level of civilian education.c. Military assignments appropriate to the grade of the applicant are required. d. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. e. Training or education in human relations, equal opportunity or human awareness is desired. f. Experience working with youth is highly preferred. g. Information Technology skills in Windows and Microsoft Office Suite are desired. h. Must be willing to fill in at other military academies when missions dictate. i. Basic Military Drill Credential, State of California is desired. j. Must complete First Aid/CPR training within the first six months of hire date. k. Must be willing to work a flexible work schedule, to include nights and weekends, when Institute mission dictates. l. Applicant must meet Federally Recognized medical fitness standards. Attach a current copy, within the last 12 months, of your military component’s verification of these requirements (Army applicants must submit their DA Form 705 and MEDPROS Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) Report; Air applicants must submit their ARCNet Individual Readiness Detail; CSMR applicants must submit their Height/Weight Verification (CSMR Form 1008) endorsed by their CSMR Unit.) m. Appropriate military uniform with federally recognized, or CSMR recognized, rank will be worn in accordance with military regulation. n. Must be able to pass both State and Federal background checks (Live Scan). Continuation of employment is contingent upon maintaining favorable State and Federal background checks. o. Must possess a valid state driver’s license. Attach a current copy, within the past six months, of your Department of Motor Vehicle’s printout. Unit DMV reports are not accepted.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$55,000 - $90,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Lathrop, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Requirements: a. Members of the active California National Guard or active members of the California State Military Reserve (CSMR) in the grades of W0C through CW2 may apply. Applicants must have a military affiliation per Para 3-2 of CMD Regulation 600-1. Applicants who are not current members of the California National Guard or CSMR may also apply, however, applicants must meet military affiliation requirements at the time of appointment. CSMR members who have no prior federal military experience must be a member of the CSMR for a minimum of two years. Qualifying service in the active militia must have been within 24 months of the closing date of this vacancy announcement. CSMR members must submit a copy of their CSMR orders with their application. Non-members of the California National Guard or CSMR must submit a letter of intent to meet qualifying military affiliation at the time of appointment along with their application. b. Military assignments appropriate to the grade of the applicant are required. c. Must be able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. NGCA-JSD-SP SUBJECT: State Active Duty Vacancy Announce. d. Completion of military and civilian education requirements commensurate with the grade of the applicant are required. Must have, at minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree in Social/Behavioral Science, or a related field. Attach documentation to support this requirement. e. Completion of Graduate level course work in Counseling or Social Work is recommended. f. Must have training or education in child growth and development, education techniques, or counseling techniques. g. Must posses, at minimum, two years’ documented counseling experience or other related experience. h. Must be willing to work a flexible work schedule requirement, including nights and weekends, when academy mission dictates. i. Applicant must meet Federally Recognized medical fitness standards. Attach a current copy, within the last 12 months, of your military component’s verification of these requirements (Army applicants must submit their DA Form 705 and MEDPROS Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) Report; Air applicants must submit their ARCNet Individual Readiness Detail; CSMR applicants must submit their Height/Weight Verification (CSMR Form 1008) endorsed by their CSMR Unit.) j. Appropriate military uniform with federally recognized, or CSMR recognized, rank will be worn in accordance with military regulation. k. Must be able to pass both State and Federal background checks (Live Scan). Continuation of employment is contingent upon maintaining favorable State and Federal background checks. l. Must possess a valid state driver’s license. Attach a current copy, within the past six months, of your Department of Motor Vehicle’s printout. Unit DMV reports are not accepted.  Principal Duty Functions: The Counselor for Discovery Challenge Academy works under the supervision of the Lead Counselor. a. Plans, coordinates and administers student counseling activities for Discovery Challenge Academy. b. Assists the Discovery Challenge Academy staff to work more effectively with cadets. c. Assists each student with adjusting and goal planning activities. d. Monitors various resource materials to support course development and learning activities and provides evaluation and feedback. e. Promotes positive relationships in the community through involvement with community organizations and community service projects. f. Available for ESAD surge operations to assist State Personnel, Comptroller’s, and Joint Staff in response to State emergencies. g. Assists other departments with cadet supervision during events as assigned by Lead Counselor. h. Performs other duties as assigned.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$30,000 - $70,000 yearly
California Army National Guard San Diego, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Tour Description: The duties of this position include computer systems administration in connection with providing technical support to Task Force members (Help Desk level 1). Responsible for ensuring the operation of systems utilized by the Task Force. These systems include but are not limited to: Laptops, Desktops, Servers, Switches, Firewalls, Wireless Access Points (WAPs), Mobile Devices (Tablets, Cradle Points, MiFi’s, and Smart Phones). This SM will resolve issues with applications such as SharePoint and Office as well as install printers, applications and on occasion assist with site visits throughout CA. In this position, you will be required to maintain administrative credentials on the California Army National Guard Network. Minimum Qualifications: a. Secret clearance b. Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office family of software (i.e., Access, Excel, Power Point and Word) is required c. Excellent written and verbal skills d. Understanding of Windows operating system e. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC) f. Valid Driver’s license Preferred Qualifications: a. Current IAT1 level DoD qualifications, specifically COMPTIA Security + b. Knowledge of COMPTIA A+ and Network+ principles c. Previous experience with Windows Active Directory, PowerShell and VMWare d. Experience administering a SharePoint Site with InfoPath and SharePoint Designer e. Two years of experience in a network environment assisting users and configuring workstations.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$30,000 - $70,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Mather, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Tour Description:  Provides Personnel Services Support to members of the Counterdrug Headquarters and subordinate teams. In specific, the administrative NCO will prepare and maintains awards, prepares hiring boards, prepares personnel files and reviews all existing personnel files to ensure accuracy and compliance. Assists in in-processing iterations for new incoming personnel. Assist in process’ pay, leave and travel vouchers; monitors and processes enlisted and officer Counterdrug evaluations; maintains and tracks leave balance and monthly personnel reports; Inputs personnel data into personnel management systems and orders producing databases; prepares and manages military and non-military correspondence and forms IAW applicable regulations, pamphlets, and ARIMS; manages Bank of America Travel Card Program. Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: a. Stated prior administrative experience Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office family of software (i.e., Access, Excel, Power Point and Word) is required b. Excellent written and verbal skills Preferred Qualifications: a. Minimum 2 years of demonstrated Administrative MOS proficiency b. Knowledge of SIDPERS c. Knowledge of RCAS d. Knowledge of MILPOAPPS e. Knowledge of FTSMCS f. Knowledge of AFCOS g. Knowledge of SIBXweb. h. Knowledge of DPRO i. UPL Certified j. Familiar with DTS         Team B Bob Gagnon
$35,000 - $70,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Commerce, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Tour Description: The duties of this position include computer systems administration in connection with providing technical support to Task Force members (Help Desk level 1). Responsible for ensuring the operation of systems utilized by the Task Force. These systems include but are not limited to: Laptops, Desktops, Servers, Switches, Firewalls, Wireless Access Points (WAPs), Mobile Devices (Tablets, Cradle Points, MiFi’s, and Smart Phones). This SM will resolve issues with applications such as SharePoint and Office as well as install printers, applications and on occasion assist with site visits throughout CA. In this position, you will be required to maintain administrative credentials on the California Army National Guard Network. Minimum Qualifications: a. Secret clearance b. Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office family of software (i.e., Access, Excel, Power Point and Word) is required c. Excellent written and verbal skills d. Understanding of Windows operating system e. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC) f. Valid Driver’s license Preferred Qualifications: a. Current IAT1 level DoD qualifications, specifically COMPTIA Security + b. Knowledge of COMPTIA A+ and Network+ principles c. Previous experience with Windows Active Directory, PowerShell and VMWare d. Experience administering a SharePoint Site with InfoPath and SharePoint Designer e. Two years of experience in a network environment assisting users and configuring workstations.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$30,000 - $60,000 yearly
California Army National Guard San Diego, CA, USA
Apr 05, 2018
Full time
Tour Description: Service Member works in direct support of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA). Position focus is on four core competencies: Link Analysis, document exploitation, commodity-financial analysis, and case construction. Other duties include assisting Law Enforcement Agents in developing investigations, cases for prosecutions and other support as defined by NGR 500-2/ANGI 10-801, dated 29 August 2008, Chapter 2, Section 2-7, Paragraphs b (2) and b (3). Service Member utilizes traditional military intelligence competencies such as: collection management, intelligence fusion, identification of intelligence gaps, prepares intelligence related products, prepare and deliver briefings. Candidate should have a sound fundamental understanding of the intelligence process/cycle and how to incorporate available intelligence systems to further the LEA’s investigation. Service Member must have the ability to establish and maintain positive rapport with supported agencies, and related California National Guard entities, sets the example in appearance, adherence to standards, performance of duty and military customs and courtesies. 15. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: a. Required aptitude scores for Army of 105 on ST and Air Force of 55 on General b. Require a Secret clearance, and a satisfactory background check performed by assigned LEA with no adverse actions or derogatory comments c. Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite d. Ability to work flexible hours and work assignments e. Be of high moral and ethical standards f. Able to work with minimal supervision g. Possession of good written and verbal skills is necessary h. Motivated self-starter and team oriented i. Ability to maintain a Government Travel Card (GTC) j. Valid Driver’s License k. Must reside within 50 miles of duty location or be willing to relocate l. Not scheduled to deploy in the next 12 months Preferred Qualifications: a. 1 years of demonstrated MOS/AFSC proficiency b. TS/SCI clearance c. Knowledge of Pen-Link, Analyst Notebook, or other link analysis software is desired         Team B Bob Gagnon
$45,000 - $82,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Gardena, CA, USA
Apr 04, 2018
Full time
Primary Duties: Responsible for planning, directing, and managing all HR competencies. Supervises and manages the processing and tracking of all Personnel Actions, Awards, NCOERs, Promotions, Flags, Leave and Passes, and Military Pay. Prepares and monitors requests for orders for temporary duty and travel, personnel processing, personnel security clearances, training and reassignment, retention, military and special pay programs, transition processing, legal, and unit administration. Responsible for accurate and timely. Personnel Accountability, Strength Reporting and readiness of all assigned and attached personnel. Responsible for monitoring training needs and facilitating ATRRS input, orders preparation and DTS in regards to MOSQ, SQI, ASI, NCOES and OES; operates (not limited to) ATRRS, DTMS AFAM, DTS, MUPS, SIDPERS, iPERMS, DPRO, MEDPROS, and other systems required to conduct daily duties. Assists and advises 1SG and Commander. During IDT and AT periods; serves as CBRN Operations NCO within the 140th Chemical Company. Attends all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies, and annual training periods. Applicant must be self-starter and a demonstrated ability to work unsupervised; should have working knowledge of the Microsoft Suite of Products (Windows XP, WORD, EXEL, ACCESS, POWERPOINT). If not currently MOSQ, must be able to attend school, additional skill identifier (ASI) required schools (Battle Staff NCO) , and training courses conducted by the National Guard Professional Education Center (NGPEC) and or Joint Forces Headquarters as required. Perform other Duties as assigned. Additional Requirements: 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, and or Joint Forces Headquarters. Passing APFT of 180 required, no major medical issues that preclude federal or state deploy-ability, physical demands are a rating of heavy, and must have normal color vision.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$38,000 - $70,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Escondido, CA, USA
Apr 04, 2018
Full time
Primary Duties:  The Unit Readiness NCO provides full-time support to M-Day Leadership. Responsible for preparing, reviewing, processing and providing technical guidance on personnel actions including personnel strength reports, line of duty investigations, personnel evaluations, award recommendations, consideration for promotions, requests for reductions, transfers, and discharges. Prepares and processes enlisted personnel records and assists with Officer actions, transfers records and process personnel for separation and retirement. Inputs and tracks Line of Duty (LOD) investigations for the unit. Processes and manages all pay actions. Oversees and assists with the input of training schedules, duty orders, and travel authorizations and vouchers. Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft office applications and have general computer literacy. Executes all tasks designated by the first-line supervisor and the FTM OIC. Perform additional duties and tasks as required and assigned by the command. Works under the direct supervision of the FTM OIC. 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 and or Joint Forces Headquarters. Additional Requirements: All applicants must meet the requirements of AR 190-11 para 2-11. Those that do not meet the requirements will not be considered. Those failing to maintain the requirements will be removed from the AGR program without further consideration or lateral opportunity. Must have a current NACLC for consideration and granting of secret clearance within a year of hire date. Good computer skills with knowledge of all MS office products (SharePoint, PowerPoint, Excel, and Word) be familiar with ISM, DTS, LIW, and FMSWEB. Ability to maintain a Government Travel Card (GTC). Valid military driver’s license with GSA endorsement, and ability to work without direct supervision. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds into and out of vehicle. Have a valid motor vehicles operator’s license from the state assigned. Must have a valid CAARNG account. Applicant may be required to attend in person board interview.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$38,000 - $60,000 yearly
California Army National Guard San Luis Obispo, CA, USA
Apr 04, 2018
Full time
Primary Duties: Provides computer systems administration, network management, and system/network security in support of a Regional Training Institute (RTI). Installs, operates, and performs unit maintenance on multi-functional/multi-user information processing systems, peripheral equipment and auxiliary devices. Configure information processing equipment into required operating configurations. Creates user accounts and sets up necessary user workstation application software. Provide desktop computer support which includes diagnosing and resolving any workstation operating system software, application software or hardware problems. Maintains unit SharePoint and social media sites. Additional Requirements:  Current Security+ Certification preferred or must obtain within 180 days.  Microsoft Certification knowledge.  Microsoft SharePoint knowledge.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$35,000 - $60,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Orange, CA, USA
Apr 04, 2018
Full time
Primary Duties:  As Training NCO, provides full-time support to develop and administer a unit training program to enhance training and improve the mobilization readiness status of the unit during non-UTA periods. Completes requests for training, tracks unit training schedules, APFT reports, and TAMIS CL V requests. Drafts training schedules in Digital Training Management System (DTMS) in accordance with command guidance and the directives of higher headquarters. Responsible for monitoring individual training records in DTMS and keeping the commander informed on the individual training status of unit personnel. Supervises the maintenance of the unit training library and related training equipment and aids. Establishes a direct line of communication with training and mobilization action personnel at higher headquarters. Overall responsibility for school requests through ATRRS and orders input through AFCOS. Advises personnel on military education requirements and prepares application for Army service schools. Attends all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies, and annual training periods. Provides assistance and guidance in the preparation for the execution of unit training related activities. Ensures that preparatory visits are conducted as necessary to training sites to ensure availability of such sites and to procure training areas, ranges, training equipment, and other facilities required by the unit. Additional Requirements: All applicants must meet the requirements of AR 190-11 para 2-11. Those that do not meet the requirements will not be considered. Those failing to maintain the requirements will be removed from the AGR program without further consideration or lateral opportunity. Must have a current SECRET for consideration. Good computer skills with knowledge of all MS office products (Sharepoint, Powerpoint, Excel, Word). Ability to maintain a Government Travel Card (GTC). Valid military driver’s license with GSA endorsement, and ability to work without direct supervision. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds into and out of vehicle. Have a valid motor vehicles operator’s license from the state assigned. Must have a valid CAARNG account.         Team B Bob Gagnon
$35,000 - $60,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Van Nuys, CA, USA
Apr 04, 2018
Full time
Primary Duties:  Generalized daily duties and scope: Assistant Operations NCO is responsible with the planning, integration, coordination, synchronization, and execution of BN Training Plans and Operations Management; assists with developing and implementing YTC, SOPs, policies and regulations; assists the companies with schools, AFCOS, DTMS, DTS, TAMIS, ATRRS, AFAM, RCAS, and MILPO. Monitors the BN/CO Readiness Management Tool, DMOSQ, DPRO, APFT, IWQ, CLS, and mandatory training. Coordinates with the Brigade S3 to resolve ammunition funding issues. Assist to the S-3 on the development of the command's Annual Training Guidance and advises the commander in preparing readiness reports, as prescribed in AR 220-1. Required to attend all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies and annual training. Performs other assigned duties; works under the direct supervision of the S3 NCOIC or Senior FTM. Monitors the relevance of items posted to the CALGUARD portal and submits recommendations to the S3 for revisions. Applicant should have working knowledge of the Microsoft Suite of Products (Windows XP, WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS, POWERPOINT) 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: • • APFT score 220 or better         Team B Bob Gagnon
$35,000 - $60,000 yearly
California Army National Guard Riverside, CA, USA
Apr 04, 2018
Full time
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.         Team B Bob Gagnon