California National Guard

  • Sacramento, CA, USA
$44,767 - $71,189 yearly
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, TEMPORARY POSITION The primary purpose of the INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN, GS-0640-7/8/9, is to plan, schedule, execute, manage and administer the ARNG Industrial Hygiene Program for a state, territory, or district to maintain and promote the health of military and technician personnel. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN, GS-0640-07 (Trainee): Must have at least 12 months experience, education, or training which provided a working knowledge of missions, organizations, programs and requirements of health care delivery systems; Experience involved in performing or assisting with a varied range of health or bioenvironmental activities; Experience interpreting various policies and procedures used in the state medical programs. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN, GS-0640- 08 (Trainee): Must have at least 18 months experience, education, or training which provided a working knowledge of missions, organizations, programs and requirements of health care delivery systems; Experience analyzing and recommending solutions to complicated problems; Experience developing and implementing various policies and procedures used in the state medical programs; Experience involving various administrative areas such as budget, personnel and public relations within a medical activity. INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN, GS-0640- 09: Must have at least 24 months experience, education, or training which provided a working knowledge of missions, organizations, programs and requirements of health care delivery systems; Experience developing and implementing various policies and procedures used in the state medical programs; Experience involving various administrative areas such as budget, personnel and public relations within a medical activity. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521902200  
$98,888 - $128,240 yearly
California National Guard Port Hueneme, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION, serves as the Deputy Mission Support Group Commander for a self-contained, stand alone, separately licensed Air National Guard (ANG) aviation base and is part of the CA 146 AW. The primary purpose of the DEPUTY MISSION SUPPORT OFFICER, GS-0340-13, is to serve as the full assistant to the Mission Support Group Commander. This position shares responsibility with the Mission Support Group Commander and assists in directing and managing all infrastructure operations of an aviation base that include civil engineering, crash/fire/rescue, disaster preparedness, environmental management, personnel, command, control, communications and computer systems (C4), logistics plans, programs and readiness, base supply, transportation, vehicle maintenance, contracting, security forces, medical support, base services, fuels management, aerial port operations (as assigned), and all other support base functions. This position assists the Mission Support Group Commander in directing and managing all Mission Support programs and operations in support of the total base, to include tenant organizations and assigned geographically separated units. Serviced personnel include Military Technicians, Active Guard/Reserve personnel, Traditional Guard members, Non-Dual Status Technicians, employees of tenant organizations, state employees, and contract personnel. Qualifications General Experience: Experience, education or training in managing or directing, one or more programs, including appropriate supporting service organizations. Supervisory, managerial, professional or technical work experience and/or training which has provided knowledge of management principles, practices, methods and techniques. Experience using computer and automation systems. DEPUTY MISSION SUPPORT OFFICER, GS-0340-13: Must have at least 36 months experience analyzing problems, identifying significant factors, gathering pertinent data and recognizing solutions; preparing reports, plans, policies and various correspondence; evaluating objectives and develop plans to facilitate the availability and effective utilization of various resources; Must have knowledge of the organization and its mission and utilized the organizational staff procedures. Experience applying analytical and evaluative techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of program operations carried out by administrative or professional personnel, or substantive administrative support functions. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability to lead or supervise Accountability Planning and Evaluating Program Management https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521901800
$32.00 - $38.00 hourly
California National Guard San Miguel, CA 93451, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, INDEFINITE POSITION, in the Aircraft Structural Maintenance Section of an Air National Guard aircraft Maintenance Group, Maintenance Squadron, Fabrication Flight.and is part of the CA 163 ATKW. Selectee may be non-competitively converted to permanent status if/when funding becomes available or position becomes unencumbered. The primary purpose of the NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTER, WG-3705-10, is to inspect aerospace weapon systems components and support equipment for structural integrity using nondestructive inspection methods and performs fluid analysis. Qualifications General Experience: Must have experience or training which demonstrates the ability to set up and operate test equipment, use test apparatus to apply tests to material or products, record readings, observe and record established reactions, and classify according to defined categories. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTER, WG-3705-10: Must have at least 18 months experience or training in using ultrasonic and/or eddy current inspection techniques to observe, measure, and detect discontinuities and flaws. Experience classifying test results, identifying material deficiencies and recommending courses of action for items of equipment. Experience recommending engine components to be inspected and forwarding results to the appropriate authority. Experience performing scheduled inspections of testing equipment ensuring compliance with established technical regulations and procedures. RPA Experience Preferred. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability To Use and Maintain Tools and Equipment Attention to Detail Decision Making Technical Practices (theoretical, precise, artistic) https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521840800  
$23.00 - $30.00 hourly
California National Guard Camp Roberts, U.S. 101, San Miguel, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
Qualifications General Experience: Experience or training which demonstrates the ability to use and maintain tools and equipment associated with the type of work to be done, and to understand and follow oral and written instructions; Experience which demonstrates the knowledge of and the ability to apply safety standards. AMMUNITION INSPECTOR, WG-6501-07 (Trainee): Must have at least 12 months experience or training handling and the ability to learn how to destroy explosives and toxic materials; follow safety procedures in the handling of ammunition, explosives and toxic materials; Experience which demonstrates the ability to use radial monitoring instruments, photographs, chemical analysis and x-ray equipment. AMMUNITION INSPECTOR, WG-6501-08 (Trainee): Must have at least 12 months experience performing Ammunition Inspections pertaining to the receipt, classification, storage, issue and shipment of ammunition items; Experience preparing items for shipment to other depots and/or installations. AMMUNITION INSPECTOR, WG-6501-09: Must have at least 18 months experience interpreting wiring diagrams and facility blueprints, as well as scale indications in a toxic or radioactive environment; Experience planning work sequences and determining the requirements for serviceability of equipment, and knows the impact of repairs on related integral devices; Experience interpreting technical publications with the ability to assist subordinates or other employees in interpreting technical publications applicable to the detection, identification and destruction of numerous types of explosives and toxic materials. TRAINEE POSITION: Applicants not meeting full qualifications for the WG-09 position indicated above may be considered for WG-07/08 trainee, if qualified. Statement-of-Difference of qualification requirements for each are indicated. If appointed as trainee, the selectee may be non-competitively promoted to WG-09 upon meeting full qualifications and recommendations of supervisor. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability to Interpret Instructions, Specification, etc. Accountability Communications Research   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521841700
$74,000 - $96,000 yearly
California National Guard Mountain View, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION, located at an Air National Guard (ANG) flying wingand is part of the CA 129 RQW. The primary purpose of the SUPERVISORY AIRCRAFT LOADMASTER (INSTRUCTOR), GS-2185-11, is to serve as a first level supervisor over subordinate loadmasters and as an aircrew member. Plans, directs, and manages operational and training matters pertaining to assigned loadmasters. In addition, performs aircrew duties as an instructor loadmaster in the unit type aircraft (HC-130J Series aircraft). Qualifications General Experience: Experience in functions such as preparing aircraft loading plans, loading and off loading aircraft, operating loading equipment, and ensuring security of cargo in flight. SUPERVISORY AIRCRAFT LOADMASTER (INSTRUCTOR), GS-2185-11: Must have at least 36 months experience researching, interpreting, analyzing and applying proper guidelines, policies, regulations, etc. pertaining to aircrew function; Experience developing and providing training for Loadmaster instructors and flight examiners; Experience managing trained Loadmasters to meet the needs for the multiple operations; Experience managing the Loadmaster Standardization evaluation program; Experience in managing the function of the work to be performed. Experience which includes leading, directing and assigning work of personnel. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability to lead or supervise Curriculum Development Risk Management Training Program Evaluation https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521529700
$29.00 - $33.00 hourly
California National Guard Los Angeles, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the ELECTRONICS MECHANIC, WG-2604-11, is to perform repair, maintenance, modification, overhaul and installation of complex electronic systems and/or a portion of a complete electronic integrated system involving work on a number of subsystems but not requiring the integration of all operable subsystems into a functional integrated system.   Qualifications General Experience: Experience or training which demonstrates knowledge of electrical or electronic theory, knowledge of common testing procedures, skill in the use of hand tools of the electronics trade, and skill in reading schematics. ELECTRONICS MECHANIC, WG-2604-11: Must have at least 18 months of experience or training in utilizing principles, basic functions and application of theory of electronic systems or equipment; Experience in diagnosing problems and determining needed repairs for malfunctions in electronic equipment or systems; Experience in making mechanical repairs that required the use of precision measuring and calibrating equipment; Experience in using complex test equipment such as deviation meters, complex special test panels, etc; Experience which demonstrates the ability to interpret technical manuals, specifications, and publications. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability to lead or supervise Attention to Detail Mechanical Trouble shooting (Electronic Equipment) https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521557600
$27.00 - $36.00 hourly
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, INDEFINITE POSITION. This ELECTRONICS MECHANIC position is located in the Avionics/Electronics function of an Army Aviation Support Facility (AASF), Army Aviation Flight Activity (AAFA), or Army Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot (AVCRAD) and is part of the CA AASF Sacramento. The primary purpose of the ELECTRONICS MECHANIC, WG-2604-10/11, is to perform repair, maintenance, modification, overhaul and installation of complex electronic systems and/or a portion of a complete electronic integrated system involving work on a number of subsystems but not requiring the integration of all operable subsystems into a functional integrated system. Qualifications General Experience: Experience or training which demonstrates knowledge of electrical or electronic theory, knowledge of common testing procedures, skill in the use of hand tools of the electronics trade, and skill in reading schematics. ELECTRONICS MECHANIC, WG-2604-10(Trainee): Must have at least 18 months experience or training in utilizing principles, basic functions and application of theory of electronic systems or equipment. Experience in diagnosing problems and determining needed repairs for malfunctions in electronic equipment or systems. Experience in making mechanical repairs that required the use of precision measuring and calibrating equipment. Experience in using complex test equipment such as deviation meters, complex special test panels, etc. Experience which demonstrates the ability to interpret technical manuals, specifications, and publications. ELECTRONICS MECHANIC, WG-2604-11: Must have at least 18 months experience troubleshooting, inspecting, installing, maintaining, overhauling, repairing, and modifying complete operational systems consisting of numerous complex integral components. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521531700  
California National Guard Fresno, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION located at Surface Maintenance Facility and is part of the CA MATES Fort Irwin. The primary purpose of the SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC LEADER, WL-5801-10, is to serve as a working leader of three or more Surface Maintenance Mechanics. Performs mechanic duties involving maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, inspection, and/or overhaul of a variety of combat, tactical, commercial, and special purpose vehicles and equipment. Provides technical subordinate guidance and group leadership to employees on the team. Qualifications General Experience: Experience or training with sufficient knowledge to complete the work of this occupational series. Experience or training which demonstrates the ability to lead other technicians engaged in the duties performed by this occupational series. SURFACE MAINTENANCE MECHANIC LEADER, WL-5801-10: In addition to the journeyman level experience, must have at least 24 months experience which demonstrates the ability to plan, organize, and lead the work of others in fields directly related the repair function of this occupational series. Ability to perform administrative functions; to read and interpret a variety of technical publications used in the repair of supported equipment. Ability to provide guidance to others in work related directly to this occupational series. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Ability To Inspect Ability to lead or supervise Planning and Evaluating Trouble Shooting https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521437300
$46,815 - $60,857 yearly
California National Guard Port Hueneme, CA, USA
Jan 18, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION located within the 146th AW Maintenance Group The primary purpose of the HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (MILITARY), GS-0203-7, is to assist a higher graded specialist in researching/studying/analyzing and administering all aspects of the assigned function(s). Provides procedural guidance to supervisors and employees regarding human resource programs. Ensures accuracy of information input in human resources automated systems. Ensures records are accurately maintained and updated. Provides periodic briefings and orientations to employees regarding human resource programs. 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. Qualifications HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT (MILITARY), GS-0203-7: Must have at least one year of specialized experience, equivalent to at least the GS-06 level, or equivalent pay band in other pay systems in the Federal government and have at least 3 months working knowledge of National Guard missions, organizations, and personnel programs.This experience may also have been obtained in the private sector, but must demonstrate that it is comparable to the GS grade indicated. Specialized experience may have been demonstrated by performing duties such as: Experience in human resources business elements and can discuss terminology, concepts, merit principles, and issues; Experience in using reference and resource materials; Experience in operating a computer, utilizing multiple computer programs, and performing keyboard functions. Your resume must have complete information: Please ensure your resume accurately reflects the duties and responsibilities under each position you have held with each employer. In describing your experience, please be clear and specific. It is your responsibility to make sure your resume states complete information for each job entry (beginning and ending dates of employment stated as MM/YYYY; and total hours worked per week). If your resume does not provide enough information regarding your work history for us to make a creditable qualification determination, your application package may be rendered disqualified and you will no longer be considered for this position. Part-time or unpaid experience: Credit will be given for appropriate unpaid work on the same basis as for paid experience. Part-time experience will be credited on the basis of time actually spent in appropriate activities. To receive credit for such experience you must indicate clearly the nature of the duties and responsibilities in each position held and the number of hours per week spent in such employment.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521661700
California National Guard Ventura, CA, USA
Jan 14, 2019
Full time
OPEN TO ALL CALIFORNIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD THIS TOUR IS FULL TIME NATIONAL GUARD DUTY FOR COUNTERDRUG (FTNGD-CD) - TITLE 32 1. POSITION AVAILABLE: Ground Reconnaissance Specialist- CDLA (Backfill) 2. TOUR LOCATION: Ventura and/or Los Angeles, CA 3. TOUR NUMBER: FTNGD-CD 19-26 4. EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: 07 January 2019 5. ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: 21 January 2019 6. TOUR LENGTH: 25 January 2019 – 30 September 2019 7. MINIMUM GRADE: E4 MAXIMUM GRADE: E4 8. MOS / AFSC: Preferred: 18X, 11X, 12B, 13B, 19B, 68W, 31B 9. PERSONNEL ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: (X) Male (X) Female (X) ENL All members of the California Army National Guard 10. SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Counterdrug Coordinator 11. MILITARY STATUS: FTNGD-CD, Title 32 USC, SECTION 502 (f) – (IAW 32 USC 112) 12. APPLICANT MUST, at a minimum, submits documents referenced in attachment A to this announcement and meet all applicable criteria below: a. Applicants must possess a favorable National Agency Check/Local Agency Check with Credit Check (NACLC) within the past 10 years. The selection for the position is conditional and based on a complete and favorable LIVESCAN by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. b. Applicants will be screened in a manner that provides reasonable certainty that the member is of good character, well-motivated and an appropriate representative of the National Guard in duties subject to high profile scrutiny by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), National Guard senior commanders, news media and the general public. c. Army applicants must pass a diagnostic Physical Fitness Test administered by CDTF with a minimum of 70 points in each event and a minimum cumulative score of 210 points. d. Applicants must be within Army HT/WT standards or pass Body Composition screening IAW the standards set forth in AR 600-9. 13. Unique Requirements and conditions of Counterdrug tours: a. Urinalysis testing upon entry to active duty in addition to periodic testing during active duty. These requirements are in addition to testing by units of assignment during IDT/IAD under Substance Abuse Testing Program. Non-derogatory drug screening results prior to entry into the Counterdrug Program is mandatory. FTNGD-CD 19-26 Ground Reconnaissance Specialist b. CDTF personnel are required to attend M-Day unit IDT/IAD and Annual Training while on FTNGD-CD. c. CDTF personnel on FTNGD-CD orders are subject to fiscal constraints of year-to-year funding. Service on FTNGD-CD is voluntary and contingent on current and qualified participation as a California National Guard Service Member. d. Relocation expenses are NOT authorized unless specifically granted in writing by Counterdrug Commander (CDC). e. Ground Reconnaissance Specialists are required to attend a physically and mentally demanding 2 week tactical field training course. Failure to pass the course will result in removal from the CD Program. f. Criminal records checks, and/or security screening by LEAs of applicants serving in LEA offices or in positions where they are privy to operational information of LEAs. Such inquiries are likely to be completed prior to entry on duty. Rejection by LEA’s will result in the applicant’s removal from the CD Program. g. Be advised, if at the time of selection for this Counterdrug tour, the SM reaches eighteen (18) years of Active Federal Service or six (6) continuous years of Active Federal Service budget constraints may not allow the Service member to receive final selection for a Counterdrug tour. 14. This position is for both permanent and temporary Full Time National Guard (FTNGD-CD) Tour to fill vacancies or backfill a deployed CDTF member. Tour is subject to the availability of funds from fiscal year to fiscal year. 15. Tour Description Counterdrug Task Force Ground Reconnaissance Specialist works in direct support of Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies working in the Los Angeles High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area of Responsibility (HIDTA AOR). Duties include but are not limited to: 1) Ground Reconnaissance and Surveillance 2) Domestic Cannabis Suppression Operations 3) Urban Operations 4) Helicopter Operations 5) Teaching infantry and other military specific tactics and techniques 6) Attending daily and weekly Task Force meetings to develop future operations and support 7) Ability to be TDY for a length of time and travel on short notice 8) Ability to work on a flexible schedule consisting of normal daily office hours as well as a reverse schedule of nighttime duty hours 9) Ability to work on a flexible work week schedule in which non-duty days may fall on normal work week days, and duty days which fall on weekends 10) Ability to conduct armed operations. Familiarization with M9 9mm Beretta Pistol, M16, and M4 Carbine Rifle FTNGD-CD 19-26 Ground Reconnaissance Specialist 16. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: a. Required minimum of Secret clearance, eligible for Top Secret/SCI b. Must possess a Government Travel Card (GTC) already issued by assigned Guard unit or submit proof with Counterdrug application that a GTC request has been submitted to Citibank and is in process c. Ability to maintain a Government Travel Card (GTC) account in good standing d. Valid driver’s license e. Strong computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite f. Ability to work flexible hours and work assignments g. Be of high moral and ethical standards h. Motivated self-starter and team oriented Preferred Qualifications: a. Combat Arms (Special Forces, Ranger, Scout, Infantry, Military Police) b. Previous experience in C.A.M.P., C.E.R.T. or other CDTF focused operations c. Current Ventura County Sheriff's Office Contractor's Identification and Facility Pass ID d. Current Background check with Ventura County Sherriff's Department e. Current training on VCSO surveillance truck and equipment f. Current DLPT score of 2/2 or greater in Spanish g. Previous recognition from Ventura County Sheriff’s Office 17. Applicants meeting any of the following are INELIGIBLE to APPLY: a) Not a member of the CA National Guard b) Does not meet medical retention standards c) Does not meet body composition/weight control standards prescribed by AR 600-9 / NGR (AF) 35-11 d) Involuntarily removed from AD or FTNGD for cause, non-selection for promotion, or resignation in lieu of adverse personnel action. e) Non-selection for retention f) Under current suspension of favorable personnel action (flagged) per AR 600-8-2 g) Any Felony Level Offenses and Specified Misdemeanor Offenses annotated in JFHQ Policy Memorandum 2008-04 h) Prior history of Government Travel Card misuse or delinquency resulting in suspension or revocation of charging privileges 18. Questions may be directed to the CD-1 NCOIC at (916) 369-4905. Applications will not be accepted in binders or document protectors. Documents should not be double-sided. Applications can only be received by mail or email to the CD1 Application mailbox at: ng.ca.caarng.mbx.cdtf-applications@mail.mil prior to announcement closing date. Counterdrug Task Force ATTN: CD-1 NCOIC, SFC Al Arias 10620 Mather Blvd Mather, CA 95655-4125 19. Equal Opportunity: The California National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Selection for this position will be made without regard to race, religion, age, national origin, sex, political affiliation, marital status, or any other FTNGD-CD 19-26 Ground Reconnaissance Specialist (Attachment A) The following are required documents to be turned in with your application: 1. Letter of Validation from first Commander or their designee, signed within 60 days of the tour effective date, acknowledging all statements and information within the letter to be true and accurate. A template is found here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 2. Military Biographical Summary. A Military Biographical Summary example is posted here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 3. Resume 4. CAJS-CD, Application for Full-time National Guard Duty- Counterdrug (FTNGD-CD) https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 5. Retirement Points Accounting Statement (RPAS) 6. ARNG Personnel Qualification Record (PQR) / Enlisted Records Brief (ERB) 7. Complete and signed CD Forms 301-302 https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 8. Army: Submit the last two (2) consecutive NCOERs / OERs 9. Medical: a) Army: Printout of Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) report. Found under AKO, My Medical Readiness. Select IMR Record. ** Report must have been generated within 60 days prior to tour effective date. b) PHA should be current within 12 months of the effective date of the tour and contain no flags or profiles. c) Applicants must meet medical retention standards per AR 40-501 and must not be flagged for weight, PT failures or be medically non-deployable (MND). e) Females: Upon selection will be required to take a pregnancy test within 15 days of starting CDTF tour; results must be negative. 10. Army: Copy of a current Army Physical Fitness Test (AFPT) taken within six (6) months of the FTNGCD order’s start date 11. Copy of ten year driving record from the California Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days prior to tour effective date. 12. Optional – Applicants may submit up to three letters of recommendation from former employers/supervisors/ commanders (if applicable). https://calguard.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/62/2019/01/FTNGD-CD-19-026-Ground-Reconnaissance-Specialist.pdf  
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 14, 2019
Full time
OPEN TO ALL CURRENT CALIFORNIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD THIS TOUR IS FULL-TIME NATIONAL GUARD DUTY FOR COUNTERDRUG (FTNGD-CD) - TITLE 32 1. POSITION AVAILABLE: Investigative and Case Support Analyst 2. TOUR LOCATION: Fresno, CA 3. TOUR NUMBER: FTNGD-CD 19-025 4. EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: 11 January 2019 5. ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: 31 January 2019 6. TOUR LENGTH/ PROJECTED TOUR START DATE: Durational Subject to FY funding / 1 MAR 19 7. MINIMUM GRADE: E-3 MAXIMUM GRADE: E-6 8. MOS / AFSC: N/A 9. PERSONNEL ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: (X) Male (X) Female (X) ENL All members of the California Army National Guard 10. SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Counterdrug Coordinator 11. MILITARY STATUS: FTNGD-CD, Title 32 USC, SECTION 502 (f) – (IAW 32 USC 112) 12. APPLICANT MUST, at a minimum, submit documents referenced in attachment A to this announcement, complete the attached applicant checklist and meet all applicable criteria below: a. Applicants must possess a favorable National Agency Check/Local Agency Check with Credit Check (NACLC) within the past 10 years. The selection for the position is conditional and based on a complete and favorable LIVESCAN by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. b. Applicants will be screened in a manner that provides reasonable certainty that the member is of good character, well motivated and an appropriate representative of the National Guard in duties subject to high profile scrutiny by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), National Guard senior commanders, news media and the general public. 13. Unique Requirements and conditions of Counterdrug tours: a. Urinalysis testing upon entry to active duty in addition to periodic testing during active duty. These requirements are in addition to testing by units of assignment during IDT/IAD under Substance Abuse Testing or the ANG Drug Abuse Testing Program. Non-derogatory drug screening results prior to entry into the Counterdrug Program is mandatory. b. CDTF personnel are required to attend the minimum statutory National Guard requirements IDT/IAD and Annual Training while on FTNGD-CD. FTNGD-CD 19-025 Investigative and Case Support Analyst c. CDTF personnel on FTNGD-CD orders are subject to fiscal constraints of year-to-year funding. Service on FTNGD-CD is voluntary and contingent on current and qualified participation as a California National Guard Service Member. d. Relocation expenses are NOT authorized unless specifically granted in writing by Counterdrug Commander (CDC). e. Criminal records checks, and/or security screening by LEAs of applicants serving in LEA offices or in positions where they are privy to operational information of LEAs. Such inquiries are likely to be completed prior to entry on duty. Rejection by LEA’s could result in the applicant’s removal from the CD Program. f. Be advised, selection for this CD Tour includes budgetary consideration of the SM reaching eighteen (18) years of cumulative active federal service (AFS) or six (6) consecutive years AFS. g. National Guard members participating in the Counterdrug Support Program are required to comply with state laws and with DoD 5500.7-R. They are required to uphold the highest standards of conduct and personal appearance. h. Outside employment, associations and off-duty conduct/activities must be consistent with federal directives on ethics and with state and federal conflict of interest policies. Outside employment will require written approval of CDC according to para 8-25 of this regulation. 14. Tour Description Servicemember will work in direct support of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA). This position focuses 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, communications analysis, trend analysis with corresponding predictive analysis 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) and CNGBI 3100.01. Servicemember utilizes traditional military intelligence competencies such as: collection management, intelligence fusion, identification of intelligence gaps, prepares intelligence related products, and prepares and delivers 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. Servicemember 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. Candidate must represent the CA National Guard and the Counterdrug TF in a positive light at all times. 15. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: a. Require a Secret clearance, and a satisfactory background check performed by assigned LEA with no adverse actions or derogatory comments b. Excellent computer skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite c. Ability to work flexible hours and work assignments d. Be of high moral and ethical standards e. Able to work with minimal supervision f. Possession of good written and verbal skills is necessary g. Motivated self-starter and team oriented FTNGD-CD 19-025 Investigative and Case Support Analyst h. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC) i. Valid Driver’s License Preferred Qualifications: a. Top Secret/SCI b. Knowledge of link analysis software is desired c. Previous experience as a Counterdrug Criminal Analyst, or similar analyst experience in an LEA office d. An understanding of the Southwest Border area drug problems and issues e. Army MOS: 35 Series or AFSC Intelligence Career Field: (1N) f. Experience working with LEA’s g. Experience working with CDTF h. Prior member of CDTF 16. Applicants meeting any of the following are INELIGIBLE to APPLY: a. Not a member of the CA National Guard b. Does not meet medical retention standards c. Does not meet body composition/weight control standards prescribed by AR 600-9 / NGR (AF) 35-11 d. Involuntarily removed from AD or FTNGD for cause, non-selection for promotion, or resignation in lieu of adverse personnel action. e. Non-selection for retention f. Under current suspension of favorable personnel action (flagged) per AR 600-8-2 g. Any Felony Level Offenses and Specified Misdemeanor Offenses annotated in JFHQ Policy Memorandum (2008-04) h. Cannot have a DUI/DWI/Wet and Reckless within the last three years 17. Questions may be directed to the CD-1 NCOIC at (916) 369-4905. Applications will not be accepted in binders or document protectors. Documents should not be double-sided. Applications can only be received by mail or email to the CD1 Application mailbox at: ng.ca.caarng.mbx.cdtf-applications@mail.mil prior to announcement closing date. SUBMIT COMPLETE APPLICATION to: Counterdrug Task Force ATTN: CD-1 NCOIC, SFC Al Arias 10620 Mather Blvd Mather, CA 95655-4125 18. Equal Opportunity: The California National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Selection for this position will be made without regard to of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or any other non-merit factor. FTNGD-CD 19-025 Investigative and Case Support Analyst (Attachment A) The following are required documents to be turned in with your application: 1. Letter of Validation from first Commander or their designee, signed within 60 days of the tour effective date, acknowledging all statements and information within the letter to be true and accurate. A template is found here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 2. Military Biographical Summary. A Military Biographical Summary example is posted here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 3. Resume 4. CAJS-CD, Application for Full-time National Guard Duty- Counterdrug (FTNGD-CD) https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 5. Retirement Points Accounting Statement (RPAS) 6. ARNG Personnel Qualification Record (PQR) / Enlisted Records Brief (ERB) 7. Complete and signed CD Forms 301-302 https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 8. Army: Submit the last two (2) consecutive NCOERs / OERs 9. Medical: a) Army: Printout of Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) report. Found under AKO, My Medical Readiness. Select IMR Record. ** Report must have been generated within 60 days prior to tour effective date. b) PHA should be current within 12 months of the effective date of the tour and contain no flags or profiles. c) Applicants must meet medical retention standards per AR 40-501 and must not be flagged for weight, PT failures or be medically non-deployable (MND). e) Females: Upon selection will be required to take a pregnancy test within 15 days of starting CDTF tour; results must be negative. 10. Army: Copy of a current Army Physical Fitness Test (AFPT) taken within six (6) months of the FTNGCD order’s start date 11. Copy of ten year driving record from the California Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days prior to tour effective date. 12. Optional – Applicants may submit up to three letters of recommendation from former employers/supervisors/ commanders (if applicable). https://calguard.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/62/2019/01/FTNGD-CD-19-025-Investigative-and-Case-Analyst.pdf  
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 14, 2019
Full time
OPEN TO ALL CURRENT CALIFORNIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERS THIS TOUR IS FULL TIME NATIONAL GUARD DUTY FOR COUNTERDRUG (FTNGD-CD) - TITLE 32 1. POSITION AVAILABLE: Ground Tactical Team Member 2. TOUR LOCATION: North Highlands, CA 3. TOUR NUMBER: FTNGD-CD 19-024 4. EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: 11 January 2019 5. ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: 31 January 2019 6. TOUR LENGTH/PROJECTED TOUR START DATE: Durational (Subject to FY Funding) / 1 March 2019 7. MINIMUM GRADE: E3 MAXIMUM GRADE: E6 8. MOS / AFSC: Preferred: 31B, 31C, 11B, 11C, 12B, 13B, 19D, 18X 9. PERSONNEL ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: (X) Male (X) Female (X) ENL All members of the California Army National Guard 10. SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Counterdrug Coordinator 11. MILITARY STATUS: FTNGD-CD, Title 32 USC, SECTION 502 (f) – (IAW 32 USC 112) 12. APPLICANT MUST, at a minimum, submit documents referenced in attachment A to this announcement and meet all applicable criteria below: a. Applicants must possess a favorable National Agency Check/Local Agency Check with Credit Check (NACLC) within the past 10 years. The selection for the position is conditional and based on a complete and favorable LIVESCAN by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. b. Applicants will be screened in a manner that provides reasonable certainty that the member is of good character, well motivated and an appropriate representative of the National Guard in duties subject to high profile scrutiny by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), National Guard senior commanders, news media and the general public. c. Applicants must be within Army HT/WT standards or pass Body Composition screening IAW the standards set forth in AR 600-9. d. Applicants Home of Record (HOR) must be within a reasonable commuting distance (50 miles) of the duty location. 13. Unique Requirements and conditions of Counterdrug tours: a. Urinalysis testing upon entry to active duty in addition to periodic testing during active duty. These requirements are in addition to testing by units of assignment during IDT/IAD under Substance Abuse Testing Program. Non-derogatory drug screening results prior to entry into the Counterdrug Program is mandatory. b. CDTF personnel are required to attend ALL M-Day unit IDT/IAD and Annual Training while on FTNGD-CD. FTNGD-CD 19-024 Ground Tactical Member c. CDTF personnel on FTNGD-CD orders are subject to fiscal constraints of year-to-year funding. Service on FTNGD-CD is voluntary and contingent on current and qualified participation as a California National Guard Service Member. d. Relocation expenses are NOT authorized unless specifically granted in writing by Counterdrug Commander (CDC). e. Ground Tactical Team Members are required to attend a physically and mentally demanding 2 week tactical field training course. Failure to pass the course will result in removal from the CDTF Program. f. Criminal records checks, and/or security screening by LEAs of applicants serving in LEA offices or in positions where they are privy to operational information of LEAs. Such inquiries are likely to be completed prior to entry on duty. Rejection by LEA’s may result in the applicant’s removal from the CDTF Program. g. Be advised, selection for this CDTF Tour includes budgetary consideration of the SM reaching eighteen (18) years of cumulative active federal service (AFS). h. National Guard members participating in the Counterdrug Support Program are required to comply with state laws and with DoD 5500.7-R. They are required to uphold the highest standards of conduct and personal appearance. i. Outside employment, associations and off-duty conduct/activities must be consistent with federal directives on ethics and with state and federal conflict of interest policies. Outside employment will require written approval of CDC according to para 8-25 of this regulation. 14. Tour Description Counterdrug Task Force Ground Tactical members work in direct support of Federal, State, Tribal and Local Law Enforcement Agencies working within the state of California: Duties include but are not limited to: a. Ground Reconnaissance and Surveillance b. Domestic Illicit Narcotics Suppression Operations c. Urban Operations d. Helicopter Operations e. Ability to be TDY for an extended period of time and travel on short notice h. Ability to work a flexible schedule to include shift work, weekends and holidays as operations dictate i. Ability to conduct armed operations. Familiarization with M9 9mm Beretta Pistol, M16, and M4 Carbine Rifle FTNGD-CD 19-024 Ground Tactical Member 15. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: a. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC) b. Physically fit c. Valid driver’s license d. Ability to travel weeks at a time e. Strong computer skills f. Ability to work flexible hours and work assignments g. Be of high moral and ethical standards h. Motivated self-starter and team oriented i. Ability to work in a physically demanding environment j. Ability to work with no constraints at high elevations and/or extreme heights k. Willing to work in and around rotary aircraft. l. Must be able to qualify (min of Marksman) on the M9 pistol upon entrance to CDTF Preferred Qualifications: a. Demonstrated strong verbal and written skills b. Demonstrated strong map reading skills c. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite d. Previous experience with CDTF Ground Tactical Operations e. Medical training (CLS / TCCC / EMT) f. Secret clearance 17. Applicants meeting any of the following are INELIGIBLE to APPLY: a. Not a member of the CA Army National Guard b. Does not meet medical retention standards c. Does not meet body composition/weight control standards prescribed by AR 600-9 / NGR (AF) 35-11 d. Involuntarily removed from AD or FTNGD for cause, non-selection for promotion, or resignation in lieu of adverse personnel action. e. Non-selection for retention f. Under current suspension of favorable personnel action (flagged) per AR 600-8-2 g. Any Felony Level Offenses and Specified Misdemeanor Offenses annotated in JFHQ Policy Memorandum 2008-04 h. Cannot have a DUI/DWI/Wet and Reckless within the last three years 18. Questions may be directed to the CD-1 NCOIC at (916) 369-4905. Applications will not be accepted in binders or document protectors. Documents should not be double-sided. Applications can only be received by mail or email to the CD1 Application mailbox at: ng.ca.caarng.mbx.cdtf-applications@mail.mil prior to announcement closing date. SUBMIT COMPLETE APPLICATION to: Counterdrug Task Force ATTN: CD-1 NCOIC, SFC Alejandro Arias 10620 Mather Blvd Mather, CA 95655-4125 19. Equal Opportunity: The California National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Selection for this position will be made without regard to of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or any other non-merit factor. FTNGD-CD 19-024 Ground Tactical Member (Attachment A) The following are required documents to be turned in with your application: 1. Letter of Validation from first Commander or their designee, signed within 60 days of the tour effective date, acknowledging all statements and information within the letter to be true and accurate. A template is found here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 2. Military Biographical Summary. A Military Biographical Summary example is posted here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 3. Resume 4. CAJS-CD, Application for Full-time National Guard Duty- Counterdrug (FTNGD-CD) https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 5. Army: Retirement Points Accounting Statement (RPAS) / Air Force: AF Form 526 – Points Summary Credit (Updated within 60 days of the tour effective date). 6. Army: Personnel Qualification Record (PQR) Air Force: AF vMPF Record Review (Including Individual, Duty, Assignments, Performance Reports, Promotions, Awards & Decs, Aircrew, Education & Training, and Service) 7. Complete and signed CD Forms 301-302 https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 8. Army: Submit the last two (2) consecutive NCOERs / OERs. Air Force: Submit the last two (2) consecutive EPRs / OPRs 9. Medical: a) Army: Printout of Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) report. Found under AKO, My Medical Readiness. Select IMR Record. ** Report must have been generated within 60 days prior to tour effective date. b) PHA should be current within 12 months of the effective date of the tour and contain no flags or profiles. c) Applicants must meet medical retention standards per AR 40-501 and must not be flagged for weight, PT failures or be medically non-deployable (MND). d) Air Force: Printout of your AF 422 Form. PHA should be current within 12 months. If applying for any position requiring a Flight Physical, submit a copy of current DD 2992. e) Females: Upon selection will be required to take a pregnancy test within 15 days of starting CDTF tour; results must be negative. 10. Army: Copy of a current Army Physical Fitness Test (AFPT) taken within six (6) months of the FTNGCD order’s start date Air Force: Copy of Physical Fitness Test within 1 year of effective date of tour. 11. Copy of ten year driving record from the California Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days prior to tour effective date. (www.dmv.org) 12. Optional – Applicants may submit up to three letters of recommendation from former employers/supervisors/ commanders (if applicable).
California National Guard San Bruno, CA, USA
Jan 14, 2019
Full time
OPEN TO CALIFORNIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD THIS TOUR IS FULL TIME NATIONAL GUARD DUTY FOR COUNTERDRUG (FTNGD-CD) - TITLE 32 1. POSITION AVAILABLE: Ground Tactical Support (Durational) 2. TOUR LOCATION: San Bruno, CA 3. TOUR NUMBER: FTNGD-CD 19-023 4. EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: 7 January 2019 5. ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: 22 January 2019 6. TOUR LENGTH/PROJECTED TOUR START DATE: 1 February 2019 – 30 September 2019 7. MINIMUM GRADE: E-4 MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5 8. MOS / AFSC: (Preferred) 31B, 31C, 11B, 11C, 19D, 18Series, 74D, 68W 9. PERSONNEL ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: (X) Male (X) Female (X) ENL All members of the California Army National Guard 10. SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Counterdrug Coordinator 11. MILITARY STATUS: FTNGD-CD, Title 32 USC, SECTION 502 (f) – (IAW 32 USC 112) 12. APPLICANT MUST, at a minimum, submit documents referenced in attachment A to this announcement and meet all applicable criteria below: a. Applicants must possess a favorable National Agency Check/Local Agency Check with Credit Check (NACLC) within the past 10 years. The selection for the position is conditional and based on a complete and favorable LIVESCAN by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. b. Applicants will be screened in a manner that provides reasonable certainty that the member is of good character, well motivated and an appropriate representative of the National Guard in duties subject to high profile scrutiny by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), National Guard senior commanders, news media and the general public. c. Applicants must be within Army HT/WT standards or pass Body Composition screening IAW the standards set forth in AR 600-9. 13. Unique Requirements and conditions of Counterdrug tours: a. Urinalysis testing upon entry to active duty in addition to periodic testing during active duty. These requirements are in addition to testing by units of assignment during IDT/IAD under Substance Abuse Testing Program. Non-derogatory drug screening results prior to entry into the Counterdrug Program is mandatory. b. CDTF personnel are required to attend ALL M-Day unit IDT/IAD and Annual Training while on FTNGD-CD. FTNGD-CD 19-023 Ground Tactical Support (CDNC) Durational c. CDTF personnel on FTNGD-CD orders are subject to fiscal constraints of year-to-year funding. Service on FTNGD-CD is voluntary and contingent on current and qualified participation as a California National Guard Service Member. d. Relocation expenses are NOT authorized unless specifically granted in writing by Counterdrug Commander (CDC). e. Ground Tactical Team Members are required to attend a physically and mentally demanding 2 week tactical field training course. Failure to pass the course will result in removal from the CDTF Program. f. Criminal records checks, and/or security screening by LEAs of applicants serving in LEA offices or in positions where they are privy to operational information of LEAs. Such inquiries are likely to be completed prior to entry on duty. Rejection by LEA’s may result in the applicant’s removal from the CDTF Program. g. Be advised, selection for this CDTF Tour includes budgetary consideration of the SM reaching eighteen (18) years of cumulative active federal service (AFS). h. National Guard members participating in the Counterdrug Support Program are required to comply with state laws and with DoD 5500.7-R. They are required to uphold the highest standards of conduct and personal appearance. i. Outside employment, associations and off-duty conduct/activities must be consistent with federal directives on ethics and with state and federal conflict of interest policies. Outside employment will require written approval of CDC according to para 8-25 of this regulation. 14. Tour Description Counterdrug Task Force Ground Tactical members work in direct support of Federal, State, Tribal and Local Law Enforcement Agencies working within the state of California: Duties include but are not limited to: a. Ground Reconnaissance b. Urban Operations c. Helicopter Operations d. TDY for an extended period of time and travel on short notice h. Work a flexible schedule to include shift work, weekends and holidays as operations dictate i. Conduct armed operations. Familiarization with M9, M11, M16, and M4 Carbine Rifle 15. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: a. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC) c. Valid driver’s license d. Ability to travel weeks at a time e. Strong computer skills f. Ability to work flexible hours and work assignments g. Be of high moral and ethical standards h. Motivated self-starter and team oriented i. Ability to work in a physically demanding environment j. Ability to work with no constraints at high elevations and/or extreme heights k. Must be able to qualify (min of Expert 36/40) on the M9/M11 pistol upon entrance to CDTF. l. Strong verbal and written skills m. Minimum 250 APFT Preferred Qualifications: a. Medical training (CLS / TCCC / Nationally Registered EMT) b. Operational experience b. Combat Arms/Military Police/CBRN MOS or Pararescue/Security Forces AFSC c. HAZMAT Operations certificate d. HAZMAT Operations/Mitigation experience e. Prior CD experience (GTT) f. Prior Ground Reconnaissance/Surveillance experience (Urban and Rural) g. Prior Short Haul experience h. Demonstrate weapon (M11, M9, M16, M4) proficiency i. 270 APFT 16. Applicants meeting any of the following are INELIGIBLE to APPLY: a. Not a member of the CA Army National Guard b. Does not meet medical retention standards c. Does not meet body composition/weight control standards prescribed by AR 600-9 / NGR (AF) 35-11 d. Involuntarily removed from AD or FTNGD for cause, non-selection for promotion, or resignation in lieu of adverse personnel action e. Non-selection for retention f. Under current suspension of favorable personnel action (flagged) per AR 600-8-2 g. Any Felony Level Offenses and Specified Misdemeanor Offenses annotated in JFHQ Policy Memorandum 2008-04 h. Cannot have a DUI/DWI/Wet and Reckless within the last three years 17. Questions may be directed to the CD-1 NCOIC at (916) 369-4905 or (916) 369-4935. Applications will not be accepted in binders or document protectors. Documents should not be double-sided or stapled. Applications can only be received by mail or email to the CD1 Application mailbox at: ng.ca.caarng.mbx.cdtf-applications@mail.mil prior to announcement closing date. SUBMIT COMPLETE APPLICATION to: Counterdrug Task Force ATTN: CD-1 NCOIC, SFC Alejandro Arias 10620 Mather Blvd Mather, CA 95655-4125 FTNGD-CD 19-023 Ground Tactical Support (CDNC) Durational 18. Equal Opportunity: The California National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Selection for this position will be made without regard to of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or any other non-merit factor. 19. Candidate Selection: Boards will be either in-person at Counterdrug Headquarters in Mather, CA 95655 or telephonic at a TBD date. FTNGD-CD 19-023 Ground Tactical Support (CDNC) Durational (Attachment A) The following are required documents to be turned in with your application: 1. Letter of Validation from first Commander or their designee, signed within 60 days of the tour effective date, acknowledging all statements and information within the letter to be true and accurate. A template is found here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 2. Military Biographical Summary. A Military Biographical Summary example is posted here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 3. Resume 4. CAJS-CD, Application for Full-time National Guard Duty- Counterdrug (FTNGD-CD) https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 5. Army: Retirement Points Accounting Statement (RPAS) / Air Force: AF Form 526 – Points Summary Credit (Updated within 60 days of the tour effective date). 6. Army: Personnel Qualification Record (PQR) Air Force: AF vMPF Record Review (Including Individual, Duty, Assignments, Performance Reports, Promotions, Awards & Decs, Aircrew, Education & Training, and Service) 7. Complete and signed CD Forms 301-302 https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 8. Army: Submit the last two (2) consecutive NCOERs / OERs. Air Force: Submit the last two (2) consecutive EPRs / OPRs 9. Medical: a) Army: Printout of Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) report. Found under AKO, My Medical Readiness. Select IMR Record. ** Report must have been generated within 60 days prior to tour effective date. b) PHA should be current within 12 months of the effective date of the tour and contain no flags or profiles. c) Applicants must meet medical retention standards per AR 40-501 and must not be flagged for weight, PT failures or be medically non-deployable (MND). d) Air Force: Printout of your AF 422 Form. PHA should be current within 12 months. If applying for any position requiring a Flight Physical, submit a copy of current DD 2992. e) Females: Upon selection will be required to take a pregnancy test within 15 days of starting CDTF tour; results must be negative. 10. Army: Copy of a current Army Physical Fitness Test (AFPT) taken within six (6) months of the FTNGCD order’s start date Air Force: Copy of Physical Fitness Test within 1 year of effective date of tour. 11. Copy of ten year driving record from the California Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days prior to tour effective date. (www.dmv.org) 12. Optional – Applicants may submit up to three letters of recommendation from former employers/supervisors/ commanders (if applicable). https://calguard.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/62/2019/01/FTNGD-CD-19-023-Ground-Tactical-Team-Leader.pdf  
California National Guard San Jose, CA, USA
Jan 14, 2019
Full time
OPEN TO ALL CALIFORNIA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD THIS TOUR IS FULL-TIME NATIONAL GUARD DUTY FOR COUNTERDRUG (FTNGD-CD) - TITLE 32 1. POSITION AVAILABLE: Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational 2. TOUR LOCATION: San Francisco, CA 3. TOUR NUMBER: FTNGD-CD 19-022 4. EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANNOUNCEMENT: 7 January 2019 5. ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE: 22 January 2019 6. TOUR LENGTH/ PROJECTED TOUR START DATE: 1 February 2019 – 30 September 2019 7. MINIMUM GRADE: E-4 MAXIMUM GRADE: E-6 8. MOS / AFSC: N/A 9. PERSONNEL ELIGIBLE TO APPLY: (X) Male (X) Female (X) ENL ALL members of the California Army National Guard 10. SELECTING SUPERVISOR: Counterdrug Coordinator 11. MILITARY STATUS: FTNGD-CD, Title 32 USC, SECTION 502 (f) – (IAW 32 USC 112) 12. APPLICANT MUST, at a minimum, submit documents referenced in attachment A to this announcement, complete the attached applicant checklist and meet all applicable criteria below: a. Applicants must possess a favorable National Agency Check/Local Agency Check with Credit Check (NACLC) within the past 10 years. The selection for the position is conditional and based on a complete and favorable LIVESCAN by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. b. Applicants will be screened in a manner that provides reasonable certainty that the member is of good character, well motivated and an appropriate representative of the National Guard in duties subject to high profile scrutiny by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), National Guard senior commanders, news media and the general public. 13. Unique Requirements and conditions of Counterdrug tours: a. Urinalysis testing upon entry to active duty in addition to periodic testing during active duty. These requirements are in addition to testing by units of assignment during IDT/IAD under Substance Abuse Testing or the ANG Drug Abuse Testing Program. Non-derogatory drug screening results prior to entry into the Counterdrug Program is mandatory. b. CDTF personnel are required to attend the minimum statutory National Guard requirements IDT/IAD and Annual Training while on FTNGD-CD. FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational c. CDTF personnel on FTNGD-CD orders are subject to fiscal constraints of year-to-year funding. Service on FTNGD-CD is voluntary and contingent on current and qualified participation as a California National Guard Service Member. d. Relocation expenses are NOT authorized unless specifically granted in writing by Counterdrug Commander (CDC). e. Criminal records checks, and/or security screening by LEAs of applicants serving in LEA offices or in positions where they are privy to operational information of LEAs. Such inquiries are likely to be completed prior to entry on duty. Rejection by LEA’s could result in the applicant’s removal from the CD Program. f. Be advised, selection for this CD Tour includes budgetary consideration of the SM reaching eighteen (18) years of cumulative active federal service (AFS) or six (6) consecutive years AFS. g. National Guard members participating in the Counterdrug Support Program are required to comply with state laws and with DoD 5500.7-R. They are required to uphold the highest standards of conduct and personal appearance. h. Outside employment, associations and off-duty conduct/activities must be consistent with federal directives on ethics and with state and federal conflict of interest policies. Outside employment will require written approval of CDC according to para 8-25 of this regulation. 14. Tour Description: Service member will work in direct support of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA). This position focuses 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, communications analysis, trend analysis with corresponding predictive analysis 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) and CNGBI 3100.01. Service member utilizes traditional military intelligence competencies such as: collection management, intelligence fusion, identification of intelligence gaps, prepares intelligence related products, and prepares and delivers 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. Candidate must represent the CA National Guard and the Counterdrug TF in a positive light at all times. 15. Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications: a. Secret Security Clearance b. Satisfactory LEA background check 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 f. Be of high moral and ethical standards f. Able to work with minimal supervision g. Possession of good written and verbal skills is necessary FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational h. Motivated self-starter and team oriented i. Ability to obtain a Government Travel Card (GTC) j. Valid Driver’s License Preferred Qualifications: a. Top Secret/SCI b. Knowledge of Performance Management Process (PMP) c. Experience as a Counterdrug Criminal Analyst d. Knowledge of HIDTA policies and procedures e. NGB Criminal Analyst Phase I f. NGB Criminal Analyst Phase II g. DIA Basic Threat Finance h. DIA Advance Threat Finance i. Drug Enforcement Administration - Federal Law Enforcement Analyst Training (FLEAT) j. Drug Enforcement Administration - Basic Intelligence Research Specialist (BIRS) Training 16. Applicants meeting any of the following are INELIGIBLE to APPLY: a. Not a member of the CA National Guard b. Does not meet medical retention standards c. Does not meet body composition/weight control standards prescribed by AR 600-9 / NGR (AF) 35-11 d. Involuntarily removed from AD or FTNGD for cause, non-selection for promotion, or resignation in lieu of adverse personnel action. e. Non-selection for retention f. Under current suspension of favorable personnel action (flagged) per AR 600-8-2 g. Any Felony Level Offenses and Specified Misdemeanor Offenses annotated in JFHQ Policy Memorandum (2008-04) h. Cannot have a DUI/DWI/Wet and Reckless within the last three years 17. Questions may be directed to the CD-1 NCOIC at (916) 369-4905 or (916) 369-4935. Applications will not be accepted in binders or document protectors. Documents should not be double-sided or stapled. Applications can only be received by mail or email to the CD1 Application mailbox at: ng.ca.caarng.mbx.cdtf-applications@mail.mil prior to announcement closing date. SUBMIT COMPLETE APPLICATION to: Counterdrug Task Force ATTN: CD-1 NCOIC, SFC AL Arias 10620 Mather Blvd Mather, CA 95655-4125 19. Equal Opportunity: The California National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Selection for this position will be made without regard to of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age or any other non-merit factor. 20. Candidate Selection: Boards will be either in-person at Counterdrug Headquarters in Mather, CA 95655 or telephonic at a TBD date. FTNGD-CD 19-022 Investigative and Case Support Analyst Durational (Attachment A) The following are required documents to be turned in with your application: 1. Letter of Validation from first Commander or their designee, signed within 60 days of the tour effective date, acknowledging all statements and information within the letter to be true and accurate. A template is found here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 2. Military Biographical Summary. A Military Biographical Summary example is posted here: https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 3. Resume 4. CAJS-CD, Application for Full-time National Guard Duty- Counterdrug (FTNGD-CD) https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 5. Retirement Points Accounting Statement (RPAS) 6. ARNG Personnel Qualification Record (PQR) 7. Complete and signed CD Forms 301-302 https://calguard.ca.gov/cdtf/ 8. Army: Submit the last two (2) consecutive NCOERs / OERs. Air Force: Submit the last two (2) consecutive EPRs / OPRs 9. Medical: Army: Printout of Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) report. Found under AKO, My Medical Readiness. Select IMR Record. ** Report must have been generated within 60 days prior to tour effective date. a. PHA should be current within 12 months of the effective date of the tour and contain no flags or profiles. b. Applicants must meet medical retention standards per AR 40-501 and must not be flagged for weight, PT failures or be medically non-deployable (MND). c. Air Force: Printout of your AF 422 Form. PHA should be current within 12 months. If applying for any position requiring a Flight Physical, submit a copy of current AF 1042. d. Females: Upon selection will be required to take a pregnancy test within 15 days of starting CDTF tour; results must be negative. 10. Army: Copy of a current Army Physical Fitness Test (AFPT) taken within six (6) months of the FTNGCD order’s start date Air Force: Copy of Physical Fitness Test within 1 year of effective date of tour. 11. Copy of ten year driving record from the California Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days prior to tour effective date. 12. Optional – Applicants may submit up to three letters of recommendation from former employers/supervisors/ commanders (if applicable).
$98,888 - $128,240 yearly
California National Guard Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Jan 10, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T32 EXCEPTED SERVICE, TEMPORARY PROMOTION P OSITION NOT TO EXCEED 1 YEAR The primary purpose of the SUPERVISORY AIRCRAFT FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR, GS-2181-13, is to manage the Operations and Training Section of the AASF and to perform flight instructor duties. The incumbent supervises 3-12 aircraft light instructors, flight engineers and flight operations specialists. Qualifications General Experience: Must have a competent understanding of the occupation's basic principles and concepts. Must have a minimum of one year on-the-job experience in the grade (or a comparable military rank) immediately below the next higher level. SUPERVISORY AIRCRAFT FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR, GS-2181-13: Must have working experience in civilian aviation programs; or, military service aviation programs (active duty or reserve components); or, in the Army National Guard Aviation Support facilities; or, in the 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 abilities to train and instruct others in the piloting of a main-frame military aircraft; Experienced in mission tasking, intelligence reporting, and applying weather information; Experienced in supervising and/or filing of 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 or supervising the work procedures involved in navigation, in-flight refueling; search and rescue operations; or surveillance and reconnaissance; Ability to conduct or supervise the training of crew members in simple to complex mission specific tasks; Experienced in developing plans and policies, monitoring operations, and advising commanders; Experienced in flight theory, air navigation, meteorology, flying directives, aircraft operating procedures, and mission tactics; AND At least two years experiences in instructing others in a specific air-frame/military aircraft; Competent to complete various piloting administrative tasks performed in support of Army National Guard aviation programs; Skilled to instruct others to pilot military aircraft on a regular and recurring basis; Experienced in the aviation unit quality control management programs; plus, skilled in the unit flying, explosive, and ground safety programs in accordance with Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration directives; Experienced in following directives, regulations, accident reports, safety data, and local operating conditions to determine unit safety program requirements; Experienced in coordinating with appropriate agencies to ensure compliance with all applicable safety regulations and programs; Experienced in one or more missions such as, air-to-air; air-to- ground; mortar-to-arm escort; surveillance; reconnaissance; surface attack; killer-scout; target illumination; or laser targeting; Experienced in piloting manned or unmanned aircraft; Experiences may include the traditional "stick and rudder" type controls for piloting aircraft direction, altitude, and speed; Experienced in on-board aircraft instrumentation and aircraft mounted video cameras; Experienced in visual flight-rule type flying and aircraft instrument flying; Experienced in flying simulated "real world" combat and non-combat missions and terrain; Experienced in planning, scheduling, and conducting flights through Federal Aviation Administration controlled national airspace; Experienced in applying operational directives, training directives, instructions, standard operating procedures, and special instructions of National Guard Bureau, United States Army, and gaining commands; Experienced in working independently to plan and perform work assignments; AND Experienced in completing safe and efficient missions through the use of Operational Risk Management; Experienced in cancelling flying activities, diverting aircraft, dictating mission requirements, approving specific activities, coordinating for airport or airspace utilization with FAA, and/or, directing emergency actions involving unit support agencies; Experienced in using applicable Army aviation regulations, policies, requirements and standards, skills and practices; and, the applying instructional techniques to the training of other pilots in the Army National Guard flying facilities; Experienced in conducting particular combat tactics, missions, or specific main-frame aircraft; or, flying in mountainous terrain, performing tactical remote site evaluation, performing landings on remote sites, providing ground and flight training, and conducting night-vision operations and instruction; Experienced in standardization and evaluation programs, written ground examinations, emergency procedures, and aircrew performance standards in accordance with applicable directives and Federal Aviation Administration certification requirements; Experienced in reviewing and complying with applicable service flight publications and directives for accuracy and currency; and knowledgeable of weapons and tactics for applicable military aircraft; Experienced in maintaining detailed wartime and peacetime contingency plans and supplements for unit mobility, deployment, strange field operations/ employment, and redeployment. Your qualifications will be evaluated on the following competencies: Judgement and Decision Making Operation and Control Safety and Security https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521168600  
$59,000 - $90,000 yearly
California National Guard Long Beach, CA, USA
Jan 10, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, GS-0391-9/11, is to is to develop technical specifications and plan for analog and digital telecommunications programs and projects that involve the gathering of materials, coordinating schedules and the testing of equipment, services, and software for performance acceptability. Manage switched telecommunications systems that provide primary voice network capabilities to the organization. Applies diagnostic equipment to test, configure, evaluate, and optimize all high bandwidth circuits. Develops plans and procedures to support emergency and/or contingency operations in support of state or national requirements. Administers the call accounting program and monitors the telecommunications hardware performance. 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.   Qualifications TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, GS-0391-09(Trainee): Must have at least one year of specialized experience, equivalent to at least the GS-07 level, or equivalent pay band in other pay systems in the Federal government and have at least 6 months of working knowledge of experience with telecommunications programs related to federal civilian or military communication programs. This experience may also have been obtained in the private sector, but must demonstrate that it is comparable to the GS grade indicated. Specialized experience may have been demonstrated by performing duties such as: Experience in collecting and analyzing data effectively, efficiently and accurately; Experience in presenting formal training presentations and briefing; Experience in operating electronic equipment, systems, services and transmission media. TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, GS-0391-11: Must have at least one year of specialized experience, equivalent to at least the GS-09 level, or equivalent pay band in other pay systems in the Federal government and have at least 9 months of experience with the working knowledge of experience with telecommunications programs related to federal civilian or military communication programs. This experience may also have been obtained in the private sector, but must demonstrate that it is comparable to the GS grade indicated. Specialized experience may have been demonstrated by performing duties such as: Experience in developing technical specifications and planning for analog and digital telecommunication programs and projects that involve grouping materials, coordinating schedules, and testing equipment, services, and software for performance acceptability; Experience in managing the frequency spectrum, radio, secure communications and communications security. TRAINEE POSITION: Applicants not meeting full qualifications for the GS-11 position indicated above may be considered for GS-09 trainee, if qualified. Statement-of-Difference of qualification requirements for each are indicated. If appointed as trainee, the selectee may be non-competitively promoted to GS-11 upon meeting full qualifications and recommendations of supervisor. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521079100
$54,760 - $86,000 yearly
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 10, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION The primary purpose of the IT SPECIALIST (INFOSEC), GS-2210-9/11, is to ensure compliance for information assurance throughout the state. Evaluates the effectiveness of systems, devices, procedures, and methods used to safeguard information in computer accessible media. Directs actions required to prevent and/or correct information assurance deficiencies and violations. Receives and reviews written guidance from enforcement agencies. Administers firewalls and intrusion detection systems (IDS) and monitors unauthorized access. 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. At the lower grade level of GS-09, the incumbent performs the basic duties and has the basic responsibilities as described above; however, assistance, guidance and support from the supervisor or co-workers is provided as required until statutory and performance requirements for advancement to the next higher level are met.
$54,760 - $90,000 yearly
California National Guard Long Beach, CA, USA
Jan 09, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION.  This IT SPECIALIST (NETWORK) is located in an information management organization and is part of the CA JFHQ J6. The primary purpose of the IT SPECIALIST (NETWORK), GS-2210-9/11, is to function as a technical specialist on issues relating to the wide area network (WAN) and local area network (LAN) systems and their integration in the network. Installs, configures and monitors tested and evaluated software packages that provide performance measurements of the WAN/LAN. Evaluates the performance of network devices such as servers, workstations, and peripheral devices, and remote access systems. Works with technical support personnel in resolving critical problems. Provides input to briefings and presentations on the complexities of the installation networks. 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. At the lower grade level of GS-09, the incumbent performs the basic duties and has the basic responsibilities as described above; however, assistance, guidance and support from the supervisor or co-workers is provided as required until statutory and performance requirements for advancement to the next higher level are met.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521067800
$54,760 - $86,000 yearly
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 09, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION.  This IT SPECIALIST (SYSADMIN) is located in an information management organization and is part of the CA JFHQ J6. The primary purpose of the IT SPECIALIST (SYSADMIN), GS-2210-9/11, is to serve as a systems administrator on one or more of the systems maintained/administered throughout the state. Develops, modifies, and tests overall system backup and recovery strategies for assigned systems. Analyzes, evaluates, and recommends hardware/software changes to various computer systems. Administers a variety of systems, such as hardware platforms, software applications and interfaces included in the Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN). Provides solutions by modifying codes, devising fixes, and documenting problems. 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. At the lower grade level of GS-09, the incumbent performs the basic duties and has the basic responsibilities as described above; however, assistance, guidance and support from the supervisor or co-workers is provided as required until statutory and performance requirements for advancement to the next higher level are met.   https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521066100  
$54,760 - $71,000 yearly
California National Guard Sacramento, CA, USA
Jan 09, 2019
Full time
THIS IS A T5 EXCEPTED SERVICE, PERMANENT POSITION. This PROGRAM ANALYST is located in a State Headquarters directorate or division level office and is part of the CA USPFO Army. The primary purpose of the PROGRAM ANALYST, GS-0343-9, is to serve as the analyst and consultant for the management and administration of programs within the directorate or division. Reviews, evaluates and analyzes obligations and expenditures. Provides recommendations to subordinate organizations for proper management of programs. Researches and interprets personnel and training regulations, DA Pam's, Circulars, and NGB guidance. Develops and prepares current year program spreadsheets. Advises management on timing of obligations and expenditures for Cooperative Agreement service contracts, equipment acquisitions and other unusual commitments. 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. https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/521072900