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SECURITY SPECIALIST (TRAINING SPECIALIST) – Boise, Idaho
Air National Guard Units, Department of the Air Force
Job ID: 513786Start Date: 07/13/2021End Date: 10/16/2021
Military Grades: E-4 THROUGH E-7 Compatible Military Assignments: 3P051, 3P071 OR ABILITY TO OBTAIN AFSC. CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO AIR NATIONAL GUARD OR THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR MEMBERSHIP. INDEFINITE-MAY CONVERT TO A PERMANENT STATUS WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE. GENERAL EXPERIENCE:
Serves as the subject matter expert in managing the Security Forces Squadron program to include Air Expeditionary Force deployment training and formal skill development training programs. Provides guidance and recommendations to the squadron commander on all aspects of military personnel management, budget, and training analysis to support Security Forces operational programs, as well as, training and/or training resources to drill status personnel. The organizational location of this position is in the ARNG (Plans, Operations, and Training Office) and ANG Security Forces units. To qualify an applicant, apply and evaluate the applicant’s competencies, experiences, completed education, learned skills, obtained knowledge, endorsed abilities, and training program accomplishments. The following six basic qualification criteria are required to successfully meet the basic qualification factors within an applicable career level in one of the seven specified security program disciplines:
– Skilled in collecting and analyzing data effectively, efficiently, and accurately;
– Ability to clearly enunciate English without impediment of speech that would interfere or prohibit; effective two-way radio or telephone communication;
– Ability to write English in reports and presentation formats;
– Ability to communicate -orally and in writing
– clearly and effectively;
– Ability to assess body language and perceive immediate risk levels; and,
– Skilled in applying procedures and directives by reading and interpreting technical material. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: To qualify for the GS-09 Intermediate career level in the Security Administration Series GS-0080, the applicant must have least 12 months experience in the security career field, to include technical training schools and drill-status working experience. Security Forces and Intelligence training experiences are not required for individuals performing Chief of information Protection duties/responsibilities; Security Officer duties/responsibilities; or, Special Security Representative duties/responsibilities. Apply the following specialized competencies (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities) factors, as applicable to the seven organizational disciplines of Series GS-0080 and each discipline’s requirements. Experienced in commonly used methods, procedures, regulations and other guides that relate to training programs within the applicable Security Forces career field. Have the knowledge and skill to apply analytical and evaluative techniques to the identification, consideration, and resolution of program related issues and problems. Skilled in developing, analyzing, and evaluating security training programs to meet mission requirements and improve the security-training program for the installation. Skilled in defining problem areas and in application of conventional training program management principles and concepts. Experienced in the logistics plans and support functions that interrelate with the Security Forces work requirements. Ability to communicate effectively and clearly both verbally and in writing. Knowledgeable and understands the National Guard and gaining command organizational structure, missions and responsibilities. Knowledgeable of Security Forces reports and analysis functions of information, industrial, and personnel security concepts, principles, and practices to participate in the planning and implementation of security training programs in these areas. Ability to establish effective working relationships with Security Forces branch/section chiefs, contributing to a cooperative work environment and successful accomplishment of the mission. Skilled and competent to instruct training courses in a classroom seminar setting. Knowledge of applicable law enforcement and military security, along with Federal and DoD rules, regulations, instructions, practices, principles and procedures including force protection, integrated base defense, anti-terrorism and physical security. Knowledgeable of Security Forces procedures and operating methods to perform the full range of Security Forces activities independently to include protection level resources, installation entry control, armed response and dispatch. Competent to independently manage all training of the Security Forces unit seeking guidance from Security Forces Commander only on new and/or unusually complex issues. Able to perform training duties with a significant degree of independence in planning, organizing and directing the activities of the Security Forces unit. Experienced in conducting training and educational assignments; handling problems and deviations, or resolving most problems in accordance with instructions, policies, regulatory/agency guidance, previous training and/or accepted unit administration practices. Plans and organizes appropriate Security Forces programs, defines projected scope, and coordinates with staff and management on training requirements. Experienced in developing training lesson plans and timetables under general guidance to meet technical soundness, appropriateness, and conformity to mission policy and requirements. in detail. Experienced in applying National Guard, gaining command, and local unit regulatory requirements and policies governing training and operations for contingency bed-down, sustainment, survivability, and recovery operations. Skilled in utilizing judgment to interpret guidelines, policies, regulations, precedents, and work directions for application to specific cases or problems. Competent in completing assignments that involve different and unrelated processes and methods. Able to complete assignments that typically involve support problems or program requirements that are stable, generally predictable, and without serious conflict. Capable of completing assignments that involve ascertaining and analyzing the interrelationships and roles of the logistical and support functions involved, and the impact of problems and solutions on functional areas. Knowledgeable of established and accepted regulations, criteria, and policies to logistical problems and issues encountered in independent assignments for a Security Forces unit to ensure adequate training and resources are available for contingency bed-down, sustainment, survivability, and recovery operations. Work experiences produced training programs through effective and efficient planning and implementation of any particular mission. Experiences included coordination and liaison with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and intelligence organizations. Experienced in performing and enforcing Security Forces duties, that may included apprehending and detaining violators of laws, rules, and regulations and turning these violators over to the Federal or civil police or other law enforcement officers for arrest and posting of collateral.
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