California National Guard

  • Sacramento, CA, USA
$50,000 - $65,000 yearly
California National Guard San Miguel, CA, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Full time
This SUPPLY TECHNICIAN position, is located in the Office of the United States Property & Fiscal Office (USPFO)and is part of the CA USPFO Army, National Guard. CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED Compatible Military Assignments DMOS: 91,25B,36B,51C,88M,88N,89A,89B,92A,92F,92G,92Y Non-DMOS/DAFSC applicants are encouraged to apply for the positions if experience is held. A two year compatibility waiver MAY be obtained. Military Grades: E-2 through E-6   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/509145000         Tammy Henry
$61,000 - $79,400 yearly
California National Guard Camp Roberts, U.S. 101, San Miguel, CA, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Full time
This SUPPORT SERVICES SUPERVISOR position, is located in an information management organization and is part of the CA Training Site CR.  CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED Compatible Military Assignments DMOS: 25,42,92 Military Grades: E-4 through E-7 Qualifications General Experience: Experience, education or training in administrative, professional, technical, or other work that provided knowledge of support services; knowledge of administrative methods and procedures used in planning, organizing work, and skill in dealing with others in person-to-person work relationships; experience using computer and automation systems. SUPPORT SERVICES SUPERVISOR, GS-0342-9: Must have at least 24 months experience in dealing with management principles and supervisory responsibility for support service functions required by type of position to be filled and the organization involved; experience planning and directing a variety of clerical operations; experience using methods and procedural steps, and working under general instructions to meet the objectives of support services programs. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability to lead or supervise Administration and Management Financial Management Technical Competence     Tammy Henry    
$45,000 - $54,000 yearly
California National Guard Fresno, CA, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Full time
This SUPPLY TECHNICIAN position, is located in the Army or Air National Guardand is part of the CA FMS 25 Fresno. CALIFORNIA NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED Compatible Military Assignments: DMOS ENL: 25B, 36B, 51C, 88M, 88N, 89A, 89B, 92A, 92F, 92G, 92Y Non-DMOS/DAFSC applicants are encouraged to apply for the positions if experience is held. A two year compatibility waiver MAY be obtained. Military Grades: E-4 through E-6 Qualifications General Experience: Experience, education, or training in a variety of operations or situations concerned with substance or content of supply actions, requiring ability to decide course of action to take, considering the circumstances or conditions encountered. Experience using computer and automation systems. SUPPLY TECHNICIAN, GS-2005-7: Must have at least 12 months experience, education, or training which demonstrates a thorough knowledge of governing supply regulations, policies, procedures, and instructions applicable to the specific assignment. Experience conducting extensive searches for required information; reconstructing records for complex supply transactions; and/or provide supply operations support for activities involving specialized or unique supplies, equipment, or parts. Experience performing routine aspects of supply work based on practical knowledge of standard procedures, where assignments include individual case problems related to a limited segment in one of the major areas of supply management.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/510542500         Tammy Henry      
$66,400 - $88,200 yearly
California National Guard San Diego, CA, USA
Sep 18, 2018
Full time
This IT SPECIALIST position is part of the 147 CBCS, 148 SOPS, and CA 216 SPCS, National Guard. NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED This is an open until filled position (see what to expect next) There are multiple positions that need to be filled in different position descriptions (PDs). Below are the position titles and their introductions: IT Specialist (INFOSEC): The purpose of this position is to serve as the unit Information Assurance Specialist during day-to-day in-garrison planning and execution of information assurance and to serve as planner for deployed operations requiring the same. The incumbent administers the communication-computer security and awareness training programs. Location: Vandenberg AFB? Compatible Military Assignments: DAFSC 3D0X0, 3D0X2, 3D0X3, 3D1X0, 3D1X1, 3D1X2, 3D1X3 ? OR IT Specialist (NETWORK): The purpose of the position is to provide technical and analytical guidance and support for the design of information technology (IT) networks that interconnect tactical sites through a variety of transmission media, considering the needs of requesting agencies, tactics and doctrine. Location: San Diego Compatible Military Assignments: DAFSC 3D0X0, 3D0X2, 3D0X3, 3D1X0, 3D1X1, 3D1X2, 3D1X3 OR IT Specialist (SYSADMIN/CUSTSPT): The purpose of the position is to provide information technology system support to the assigned unit. The incumbent provides systems administration support on workstations and servers using multiple operating systems. The incumbent is responsible for installing and testing the system security configuration and monitoring, operating, troubleshooting and maintaining workstation and server hardware and software. The incumbent is the primary customer support specialist for the classified systems used throughout the unit. Location: Vandenberg AFB? Compatible Military Assignments: DAFSC 3D170, 3D071, 3D072, 3D073, 3D074, 3D171, 3D172, 3D173, 3D174   Travel Required Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position. Supervisory status No Promotion Potential 11     Tammy Henry    
$42,000 - $77,000 yearly
California National Guard Pittsburg, CA, USA
Sep 16, 2018
Full time
SM will work in the operations section for the FEMA Region IX Homeland Response Force (HRF) to perform the following duties:  Process orders, travel and school applications utilizing AFCOS, DTS and ATRRS.  Provide oversight and assist HRF training and operations for subordinate units.  Provide oversight and support for SEAT inspection and preparation.  Perform other duties as necessary.  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 (31B 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 Army Values.  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, Microsoft office suite and the ability to work with Executive Level Officers.         IAW AR 135-18 and NGR (AR) 600-5 and PPOM 13-020, applicants must meet the following requirements prior to applications being forwarded for board consideration:   • This position is for ADOS.  Initial orders will publish from fill/start date until 30 SEP 18 and may be extended based upon performance and the availability of funds.   • Must not be within 6 months of mandatory removal or expiration term of service (ETS) on the report date.   • Must not be able to qualify for sanctuary or separation pay as a result of the operational support order.   • IAW AR 135-18, Table 2-1 Rule C (1). Prior to entry on FTNGD-OS, applicants must be medically certified as drug free, be tested negative for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). HIV test must be within two years.           Tammy Henry Team A
$103,000 - $134,000 yearly
California National Guard March Air Reserve Base, CA, USA
Sep 16, 2018
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the SUPERVISORY AIRCRAFT PILOT, GS-2181-14, is to provide leadership and management for the operation of an Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD) which supports a region of 10-15 states with backup unit maintenance (AVUM), intermediate support maintenance (AVIM), and designated depot maintenance/services. The incumbent is accountable to a wide variety of federal, state, and local authorities on all aspects of operations, personnel, equipment, funds, environmental, and real property. Conditions of Employment NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the National Guard. Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Acceptance of an excepted service position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment. Compatible Military Assignments DMOS: 15   Military Grades: O-5 through O-6 Travel Required Occasional travel - Some, 1 to 5 days per month Qualifications General Experience: Must have one year on-the-job experience in the GS-13 (or a comparable military rank) grade level, possess an undergraduate degree from an accredited college/university; Have Federal Aviation Administration certifications awarded from accredited civilian aviation programs OR an aviation certifications from accredited military aviation schools. SUPERVISORY AIRCRAFT PILOT, GS-2181-14: Must have at least three years working experiences in civilian aviation programs; or, military service aviation programs (active duty or reserve components); or, in the Army National Guard Aviation Support facilities; or, Air National Guard Operations Groups. Experienced in piloting and instructing pilot skills in one or more of the following main-frame/military aircraft: Fixed-wing, rotary, or remotely piloted aircraft (RPA). Experienced in reading and applying mission tasks, intelligence reports, and weather information. Experienced in supervising and conducting mission planning, mission preparations, filing flight plans, and conducting crew briefings. Experienced in aircraft preflight inspections, aircraft loading, equipment assessments, and mission manning. Experienced in operating aircraft controls and equipment. Experienced in performing and supervising the work procedures involved in navigation, in-flight refueling; search and rescue operations; and, surveillance and reconnaissance missions. Experienced in conducting and supervising crew member training on simple to complex mission specific tasks. Experienced in developing plans and policies, monitoring operations, and briefing commanders. Experienced in flight theory, air navigation, meteorology, flying directives, aircraft operating procedures, and mission tactics.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/500646500     Tammy Henry Team A    
$50,000 - $65,000 yearly
California National Guard Mountain View, CA, USA
Sep 16, 2018
Full time
This SUPPLY TECHNICIAN position is located in the Army or Air National Guardand is part of the CA FMS 38 Mountain View, National Guard. NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the National Guard. Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Military Grades: E-1 through E-6  Responsibilities   THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the SUPPLY TECHNICIAN, GS-2005-7, is to provide storage and distribution, cataloging or supply identification systems, property utilization, or other related supply activities including those associated with automated or manual supply accounting systems. Non-DMOS/DAFSC applicants are encouraged to apply for the positions if experience is held. A two year compatibility waiver MAY be obtained. May make additional selections within 90 days of eligible(s) issuance. This is an open until filled position (see what to expect next)   Travel Required 25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/496162300   Tammy Henry Team A    
$28.00 - $33.00 hourly
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Sep 16, 2018
Full time
This SHEET METAL MECHANIC position, is located within a aircraft maintenance organizationand is part of the CA 146 AW, National Guard. The National Guard is the oldest component of the Armed Forces of the United States. Since the earliest American colonial days, citizens have joined together for collective defense. We have a proud tradition of coming to the aid of our friends and neighbors in times of serious emergencies. Join our National Guard team and serve your nation, your states and your community! NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the National Guard. Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Acceptance of an excepted service position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment. Applicants who are not currently a member of the National Guard must be eligible for immediate membership and employment in the National Guard in the military grade listed in this announcement. THIS IS A PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the SHEET METAL MECHANIC, WG-3806-11, is to serve as shop chief over a small organizational segment in a maintenance function with responsibility for the overall shop operation. One or more employees who perform work in the Sheet Metal Mechanic. Non-DMOS/DAFSC applicants are encouraged to apply for the positions if experience is held. A two year compatibility waiver MAY be obtained. May make additional selections within 90 days of eligible(s) issuance. This is an open until filled position (see what to expect next)   Travel Required 25% or less - Some, 1 to 5 days per month Supervisory status No Promotion Potential 11
California National Guard Moffett Field, Clark Road, Mountain View, CA, USA
Sep 16, 2018
Full time
This MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR is located in the Fuels Management Branch of the Base Supply function at an ANG Wing/Group Flying Activity that obtains aviation fuels support from a fuel farm operated and maintained by a host activity and is part of the CA 129 RQW. THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR, WG-5703-7, is to operate special-purpose aviation fuel tanker vehicles to receive, transfer or dispense fuels or liquid oxygen (LOX). The position resides within the infrastructure and support functions of the state National Guard; the incumbent is not subject to mobilization, nor is the work described part of the military mission; and the incumbent does not perform a key advisory or essential administrative role that is inherently military. In addition, the position must meet one of the following: It does not have a comparable military function; the position is required in full-time (civilian) role when the organization, or similar military position, is mobilized to perform continuing post-mobilization functions; or the position requires a skill or competency that necessitates technical expertise or professional qualifications that cannot be readily found in the military structure of the state military force. Job Elements (Failure to meet this Screen Out Element will result in an ineligible rating): Operates one or more types of special purpose aviation fuel tankers that exceed 32,000 pounds of Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW).(screen-out) Exercises extreme caution in maneuvering around parked aircraft and associated support equipment or aircraft moving on the ramp.(screen-out) Performs operator maintenance to ensure equipment is safe and operational.(screen-out) Determines Fuel System Icing Inhibitor, conductivity additive, American Petroleum Institute (API) Gravity, color, particulates, fibers, filtration time, total solids, odor, and microscopic analysis.   Travel Required 25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position. Supervisory status No Promotion Potential 7 Qualifications MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR, WG-5703-7: Must be able to operate one or more types of special purpose aviation fuel tankers that exceed 32,000 pounds of Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) to fuel a variety of military aircraft; operating equipment to transfer fuel from storage tanks by coupling and uncoupling hoses, monitoring meters and gauges, opening and closing valves, operating pumps, and recording fuel amounts received; transporting fuel from the fuel farm to the flight line and positions the vehicle to facilitate off-loading of fuel; operates pumps and valves, disconnects and drains hoses. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/510574300   Tammy Henry TEAM A  
California National Guard Rancho Cordova, CA, USA
Sep 12, 2018
Full time
Warehouse Management Specialist (E3-E5) Troop Housing/Barracks Management (E3-E5) Property Book Custodian (E5-E6) Lodging is available for those outside of the 50 mile traveling radius on Camp Roberts and for those that are interested in $10 a night rooms available during your scheduled work week.    
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Sep 10, 2018
Full time
136-18 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 https://calguard.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/62/2018/08/136-18.pdf   Tammy Henry TEAM A    
California National Guard Port Hueneme, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
Provides administrative support to Air Force, Department of Defense (DoD), and joint organizations. Coordinates, performs, and manages a variety of tasks and activities in direct support of organizational commanders, directors, and senior leaders to include office management, human resources, executive staff support, postal, official mail, and a variety of other services and duties. Individuals selected for AGR tours must meet the Preventative Health Assessment (PHA)/physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and Standards. They must also be current in all Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) requirements to include immunizations. RCPHA/PHA and dental must be conducted not more than 12 months prior to entry on AGR duty and an HIV test must be completed not more than six months prior to the start date of the AGR tour.  IAW ANGI 36-101, para 5.5. AGR Airmen are subject to the provisions of ANGI 10-248, Air National Guard (ANG) Fitness Program until superseded by AFI 36-2905, Fitness Program. Airmen must meet the minimum requirements for each fitness component in addition to scoring an overall composite of 75 or higher for entry into the AGR program. For members with a documented DLC which prohibits them from performing one or more components of the Fitness Assessment, an overall "Pass" rating is required.  Must be eligible to acquire a minimum of 20 years of active duty prior to his/her mandatory separation date or age 60. (Exceptions may be considered by The Adjutant General).  Airmen who voluntarily resigned from the AGR Program in lieu of adverse personnel actions or who have been involuntarily separated from the AGR Program are not eligible to reenter the program.       Team A Tammy Henry
California National Guard AvPorts Moffett Federal Airfield, NASA Ames Research Center Boundary, Mountain View, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
Position is located in Airfield Management/Flight Services Branch which is responsible for coordinating and maintaining liaison with military, federal, and local agencies concerning airspace utilization, flying operations, aircraft emergencies, search and rescue operations, and natural disasters. This full- performance level position provides direct support to unit and other military and civilian aircrews during scheduled and unscheduled flying and ground activities. The incumbent works independently on standard and extended and/or rotating shifts to provide aircrews with information and assistance necessary for planning and conducting safe flight operations. Manages airfield operations, coordinates with aircrews, air traffic control and various other base agencies to ensure safe aircraft operations within the airfield environment and through the national and international airspace systems.  Individuals selected for AGR tours must meet the Preventative Health Assessment (PHA)/physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and Standards. They must also be current in all Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) requirements to include immunizations. RCPHA/PHA and dental must be conducted not more than 12 months prior to entry on AGR duty and an HIV test must be completed not more than six months prior to the start date of the AGR tour.  IAW ANGI 36-101, para 5.5. AGR Airmen are subject to the provisions of ANGI 10-248, Air National Guard (ANG) Fitness Program until superseded by AFI 36-2905, Fitness Program. Airmen must meet the minimum requirements for each fitness component in addition to scoring an overall composite of 75 or higher for entry into the AGR program. For members with a documented DLC which prohibits them from performing one or more components of the Fitness Assessment, an overall "Pass" rating is required.  Must be eligible to acquire a minimum of 20 years of active duty prior to his/her mandatory separation date or age 60. (Exceptions may be considered by The Adjutant General).  Airmen who voluntarily resigned from the AGR Program in lieu of adverse personnel actions or who have been involuntarily separated from the AGR Program are not eligible to reenter the program.     Team A Tammy Henry
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
The Security Operations Center (SOC) Analyst/NCO works under the administrative direction of the SOC Shift OIC. a. Performs Tier 2/1 SOC duties as part of the security detection, analysis and response team in order to provide critical protection of California Department of Technology (CDT) and State IT assets. b. Utilizes/assists in the development of state of the art technologies and processes to achieve those protections. c. Leads/participates in incident response activities as a member of the IT Security Incident Response Team. d. Develops/maintains working level knowledge of IT infrastructure/technologies under the protection of the SOC, applicable State/Federal and industry regulations/best practices with respect to information security, department and information security policies/procedures and vulnerability/threat management technologies, products, practices and processes. e. Develops/maintains mastery level and current knowledge of the IT threat landscape, risk management processes/technologies, multiple operating systems, network architecture/protocols and more. f. Interprets/applies security best practices and complex technical/administrative requirements in a complex technical environment.       Team A Tammy Henry
California National Guard Red Bluff, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
Heavy Vehicle Driver that will work within the 649th EN CO as the Unit Training NCO for Det 2. Primary duties will include monitoring, updating and generating applicable requests through training related systems including DTMS; Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS); Automated Fund Control Order System (AFCOS) and Defense Travel System (DTS); TAMIS; and RFMSS. Works with the Unit Supply and Maintenance NCOs and be responsible for the maintenance, supply, equipment, storage, vehicles and unit equipment assigned to the detachment. Attends all unit training assemblies, additional training assemblies, and annual training periods. Applicant should be a demonstrated self-starter with a strong work ethic, and ability to work without direct supervision. Applicant will attend MOSQ school (within 12 months of hire if not 12N), 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 perform other duties as assigned by Readiness NCO or company commander. Position will require 3-5 days (or more) of travel a month outside of drill. Applicants who have experience with IPERMS, RCAS, SIPERS, MILPOAPPS, SIBEX, and other HR systems; knowledge of and can display an intermediate level of knowledge of Microsoft Office products (WORD, EXEL, POWERPOINT). Applications from Soldiers who do not qualify under AR 135-18, Table 2–1, or who have a non-waivable disqualification under Table 2–3, or who fail to meet any additional requirements prescribed by Chief, National Guard Bureau, will be disapproved and returned to the applicant. Soldiers who qualify under Table 2–1, but have a waivable disqualification under Table 2–2, will attach a request for the appropriate waiver to their applications.  New hire authorizations are subject to priority of fill process IAW with CA ARNG Pamphlet 600-200, 2-2c; priority fills will supersede all other new hires IAW approved AGR allocations. Effective date of hire will be determined in accordance with priority fill determination / funding.  To qualify for initial entry into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program applicants must meet the requirements of AR 135-18 (The Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program); have an approved waiver per AR 135-18; not be disqualified per AR 135-18; and meet any additional requirements prescribed by the Director, Army National Guard  All applicants will sign a NGB Form 34-2 (Certificate of Agreement and Understanding) during their accession process into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program..  Accessions into the AGR Program with assignment to Positions of Significant Trust (POST) requires screening of personnel selected for suitability and security before assignment to POST. In order to ensure the best qualified personnel serve in identified POST. The Position of Trust standards are qualifications for specified assignments and not a standard of service.  (When applicable) Per AR 135-18, Table 2-1, Staff Sergeant, or above, must possess the required grade and MOS level, authorized for the AGR duty position. E-5 and below applicants, who are Non-Duty MOSQ, must have the potential to become DMOSQ within 12 months of the initial tour start date or be released from the AGR Program.  This position is in the Full Time Military Force (FTM) – Active Guard Reserve (AGR) program. Military Status will be: FullTime Military Title 32 Section 502 (f) (AGR). Initial AGR tours are three (3) years.  Applicants must be eligible for reenlistment or extension IAW NGR 600-200 (ARNGUS) or AR 140-111 (USAR), unless the disqualification for reenlistment or extension can be waived under these regulations.  Stabilization Policy (When Applicable): IAW NGR (AR) 600-5 Chapter 3, Para 3-5(c). Soldiers entering an initial threeyear tour must serve a minimum of 36 months if not MOS qualified, 24 months if qualified. This time period is waiverable to 18 months before a soldier can be considered for another AGR position within the State. A waiver request must be submitted IAW NGR 600-5, and CA ARNG Circular 135-18 for initial tour Soldiers with 18 months on AGR status.       Team A Tammy Henry
California National Guard Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
The Assistant Operations NCO provides full-time support to develop and administer a unit training program, enhance training and improve the mobilization readiness of the unit. Responsible for assisting in the development and oversight of all training in the full spectrum WFF. Provides oversight and Training support for all subordinate units. Assists in planning and execution of ODT and JCS exercises. Ensures the Division/BDE and Company is fully mission capable and prepared to deploy worldwide. Completes requests for training, tracks unit training schedules, APFT reports, and ammo 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 the 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. Responsible for school requests through ATRRS and orders input through AFCOS to include management of Government credit cards. 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 and execution of unit training and other mobilization readiness 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. Also, perform duties as IFV gunner or team leader of the infantry rifle squad. The Infantryman will prepare sector sketches of vehicle or infantry rifle team positions and sectors. As gunner, detects, acquires, identifies, and engages targets. Maintain the turret weapons systems of the IFV. Lead an infantry team/heavy anti-armor squad in combat operations, providing tactical and technical guidance to subordinates and professional support to both superiors and subordinates in the accomplishment of their duties. Leads, supervises, and trains subordinate personnel. Calls for and adjusts indirect fire. Evaluates terrain and selects weapon emplacement. Control organic fires. Installs and recovers anti-handling devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges. Supervise construction of hasty fortifications and receipt, storage, and issue of ammunition. Record operational information on maps. Indicate location, strength, tactical deployment, and emplacement of enemy and friendly units. Receives and implements combat orders, directs deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive, and retrograde operations. Requests, observes, and adjusts direct supporting fire. Conducts battle damage assessment and repair. Evaluates terrain and supervises the emplacement of sighting and firing all assigned weapons. Uses maps and map overlays, performs intersection and resection, and determines elevation and grid azimuths. Know threat formations and tactics through battalion size elements. Prepares, operates, and maintains secure communications equipment. Leads a fire team during a movement to contact, reconnaissance and security, an attack, defense, situational training exercises, and all infantry dismounted battle drills. Performs other duties as assigned by Company Operations SGT. Applications from Soldiers who do not qualify under AR 135-18, Table 2–1, or who have a non-waivable disqualification under Table 2–3, or who fail to meet any additional requirements prescribed by Chief, National Guard Bureau, will be disapproved and returned to the applicant. Soldiers who qualify under Table 2–1, but have a waivable disqualification under Table 2–2, will attach a request for the appropriate waiver to their applications.  New hire authorizations are subject to priority of fill process IAW with CA ARNG Pamphlet 600-200, 2-2c; priority fills will supersede all other new hires IAW approved AGR allocations. Effective date of hire will be determined in accordance with priority fill determination / funding.  To qualify for initial entry into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program applicants must meet the requirements of AR 135-18 (The Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program); have an approved waiver per AR 135-18; not be disqualified per AR 135-18; and meet any additional requirements prescribed by the Director, Army National Guard  All applicants will sign a NGB Form 34-2 (Certificate of Agreement and Understanding) during their accession process into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program..  Accessions into the AGR Program with assignment to Positions of Significant Trust (POST) requires screening of personnel selected for suitability and security before assignment to POST. In order to ensure the best qualified personnel serve in identified POST. The Position of Trust standards are qualifications for specified assignments and not a standard of service.  (When applicable) Per AR 135-18, Table 2-1, Staff Sergeant, or above, must possess the required grade and MOS level, authorized for the AGR duty position. E-5 and below applicants, who are Non-Duty MOSQ, must have the potential to become DMOSQ within 12 months of the initial tour start date or be released from the AGR Program.  This position is in the Full Time Military Force (FTM) – Active Guard Reserve (AGR) program. Military Status will be: FullTime Military Title 32 Section 502 (f) (AGR). Initial AGR tours are three (3) years.  Applicants must be eligible for reenlistment or extension IAW NGR 600-200 (ARNGUS) or AR 140-111 (USAR), unless the disqualification for reenlistment or extension can be waived under these regulations.  Stabilization Policy (When Applicable): IAW NGR (AR) 600-5 Chapter 3, Para 3-5(c). Soldiers entering an initial threeyear tour must serve a minimum of 36 months if not MOS qualified, 24 months if qualified. This time period is waiverable to 18 months before a soldier can be considered for another AGR position within the State. A waiver request must be submitted IAW NGR 600-5, and CA ARNG Circular 135-18 for initial tour Soldiers with 18 months on AGR status.       Team A Tammy Henry
California National Guard Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
VA 139-18 Admin NCO is responsible for assisting and advising the Commander on training, logistics, personnel, and unit mobilization plans including preparation of unit vehicle load plans, unit movement plans, convoy clearance request, preparation of the unit's mobilization directives and regulations. Obtains all required data for the unit status report and assists the commander in preparing the readiness reports as prescribed in AR 220-1. Completes requests for training, tracks unit training schedules, APFT reports, and 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 the 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 and DTS. 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 and other mobilization readiness 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. Establishes procedures to be followed in the resolution of all training related matters and supervises those procedures until eventual solution. Establishes a direct line to communication with pay, administrative and supply action personal proficiency in all supply, and personnel issues. The training 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. Applications from Soldiers who do not qualify under AR 135-18, Table 2–1, or who have a non-waivable disqualification under Table 2–3, or who fail to meet any additional requirements prescribed by Chief, National Guard Bureau, will be disapproved and returned to the applicant. Soldiers who qualify under Table 2–1, but have a waivable disqualification under Table 2–2, will attach a request for the appropriate waiver to their applications.  New hire authorizations are subject to priority of fill process IAW with CA ARNG Pamphlet 600-200, 2-2c; priority fills will supersede all other new hires IAW approved AGR allocations. Effective date of hire will be determined in accordance with priority fill determination / funding.  To qualify for initial entry into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program applicants must meet the requirements of AR 135-18 (The Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program); have an approved waiver per AR 135-18; not be disqualified per AR 135-18; and meet any additional requirements prescribed by the Director, Army National Guard  All applicants will sign a NGB Form 34-2 (Certificate of Agreement and Understanding) during their accession process into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program..  Accessions into the AGR Program with assignment to Positions of Significant Trust (POST) requires screening of personnel selected for suitability and security before assignment to POST. In order to ensure the best qualified personnel serve in identified POST. The Position of Trust standards are qualifications for specified assignments and not a standard of service.  (When applicable) Per AR 135-18, Table 2-1, Staff Sergeant, or above, must possess the required grade and MOS level, authorized for the AGR duty position. E-5 and below applicants, who are Non-Duty MOSQ, must have the potential to become DMOSQ within 12 months of the initial tour start date or be released from the AGR Program.  This position is in the Full Time Military Force (FTM) – Active Guard Reserve (AGR) program. Military Status will be: FullTime Military Title 32 Section 502 (f) (AGR). Initial AGR tours are three (3) years.  Applicants must be eligible for reenlistment or extension IAW NGR 600-200 (ARNGUS) or AR 140-111 (USAR), unless the disqualification for reenlistment or extension can be waived under these regulations.  Stabilization Policy (When Applicable): IAW NGR (AR) 600-5 Chapter 3, Para 3-5(c). Soldiers entering an initial threeyear tour must serve a minimum of 36 months if not MOS qualified, 24 months if qualified. This time period is waiverable to 18 months before a soldier can be considered for another AGR position within the State. A waiver request must be submitted IAW NGR 600-5, and CA ARNG Circular 135-18 for initial tour Soldiers with 18 months on AGR status.   https://calguard.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/62/2018/08/139-18.pdf     Team A Tammy Henry
California National Guard Camp Roberts, U.S. 101, San Miguel, CA, USA
Sep 08, 2018
Full time
a) Responsible for the conduct and execution of the 91B MOS training program. b) Maintains training files, student records, physical security files, training library, and ensure TRADOC and Proponent course requirements are met to include CMP and POI standards. c) Sets up and executes all areas of planning and conducting the 91B MOST training plan. d) 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 OTAG. e) Assists and cross trains with the Chief Instructor on all administrative, logistical and training functions. f) f. Assists in preparing quarterly Unit Status Report (USR), annual TAM, briefing materials, ammunition requests, training site requests, and other reports as directed by the Ch Instructor and Commander. Last minute notice of travel is possible and required along with extended work hours and weekend as needed by the command to meet mission requirements. Applications from Soldiers who do not qualify under AR 135-18, Table 2–1, or who have a non-waivable disqualification under Table 2–3, or who fail to meet any additional requirements prescribed by Chief, National Guard Bureau, will be disapproved and returned to the applicant. Soldiers who qualify under Table 2–1, but have a waivable disqualification under Table 2–2, will attach a request for the appropriate waiver to their applications. Applications received without approved waiver will be returned without action.  New hire authorizations are subject to priority of fill process IAW with CA ARNG Pamphlet 600-200, 2-2c; priority fills will supersede all other new hires IAW approved AGR allocations. Effective date of hire will be determined in accordance with priority fill determination / funding.  To qualify for initial entry into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program applicants must meet the requirements of AR 135-18 (The Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program); have an approved waiver per AR 135-18; not be disqualified per AR 135-18; and meet any additional requirements prescribed by the Director, Army National Guard  All applicants will sign a NGB Form 34-2 (Certificate of Agreement and Understanding) during their accession process into the ARNG Title 32 AGR FTNGD Program..  Accessions into the AGR Program with assignment to Positions of Significant Trust (POST) requires screening of personnel selected for suitability and security before assignment to POST. In order to ensure the best qualified personnel serve in identified POST. The Position of Trust standards are qualifications for specified assignments and not a standard of service.  (When applicable) Per AR 135-18, Table 2-1, Staff Sergeant, or above, must possess the required grade and MOS level, authorized for the AGR duty position. E-5 and below applicants, who are Non-Duty MOSQ, must have the potential to become DMOSQ within 12 months of the initial tour start date or be released from the AGR Program.  This position is in the Full Time Military Force (FTM) – Active Guard Reserve (AGR) program. Military Status will be: FullTime Military Title 32 Section 502 (f) (AGR). Initial AGR tours are three (3) years.  Applicants must be eligible for reenlistment or extension IAW NGR 600-200 (ARNGUS) or AR 140-111 (USAR), unless the disqualification for reenlistment or extension can be waived under these regulations.  Stabilization Policy (When Applicable): IAW NGR (AR) 600-5 Chapter 3, Para 3-5(c). Soldiers entering an initial threeyear tour must serve a minimum of 36 months if not MOS qualified, 24 months if qualified. This time period is waiverable to 18 months before a soldier can be considered for another AGR position within the State. A waiver request must be submitted IAW NGR 600-5, and CA ARNG Circular 135-18 for initial tour Soldiers with 18 months on AGR status.     Team A Tammy Henry