16-035C1, TSgt - SMSgt, Joint C4 Communications Center (JCCC) Plans NCO, Open until Filled
Published March 08, 2016
Air National Guard (ANG) ADOS Opportunity
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 16-035C1
CLOSE OUT DATE: Open until Filled
POSITION TITLE: Joint C4 Communications Center (JCCC) Plans NCO
RANK/GRADE REQUIREMENT: TSgt-SMSgt
AFSC REQUIREMENT: 3D
TOUR LENGTH: 30 Sep 2016
LOCATION: Arlington, VA
Position Description (Duty Description)
The Plans NCO reports directly to the JCCC Branch Chief. Duties are as follows: Manage the development and maintenance of a Joint Army and Air database of tactical and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) deployable communications equipment for each of the 54 States and Territories. Coordinate database updates with ANG A6, ARNG G6, and States. Coordinate the establishment and monitoring of standards and agreements (Emergency Management Assistance Compacts (EMACs), Memorandums of Agreement (MOAs), Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), etc.) to support the employment of deployable communications equipment from the 54 States and Territories to support the Homeland Defense/Defense Support of Civil Authorities (HD/DSCA) mission space. Manage national, state and local incident area communications planning, training and exercise planning in support of the HD/DSCA mission space. When needed, serve as senior level interface to external agencies at any location. Serve as Liaison Officer (LNO) as required. Provide engineering solutions for various communications missions. Develop daily and contingency battle rhythm for JCCC. Monitor and assist with exercises involving NG deployable communications equipment (Joint Incident Site Communication Capability [JISCC], Theater Deployable Communications [TDC], and other COTS equipment) to ensure the highest level of training. Initiate contacts and maintain liaison with public officials, civic groups, other reserve component activities, unit advisors and staff representatives. Assist in the development of force management plans and programs that insure the units meet future Federal and State/Territory readiness and mission needs. Interpret JCCC policies and procedures and recommend appropriate solutions. Develop, support, and train on Joint Mission Essential Task List (JMETL) tasks. During incident operations, serve as Battle Watch NCO in charge of the day or night shift in JCCC, as required. Support hurricane planning and preparation conferences. Support planning conferences for national level exercises.
ADOS Application Procedures form: Located at: http://www.ang.af.mil/careers/ados/index.asp
Upper left corner: APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
Resume: (SF171 not accepted)
Physical Fitness Assessment: Current Physical Fitness Test (all pages) within past 12 months. Must be valid for up to 90 days from date of application submittal.
AF Form 422 -Notice of AF Members Qualification Status: With no restrictions and validated within 60 days prior to tour start date. Form must indicate member does not have a deployment restriction (Code 31) or is undergoing an MEB (Code 37). Working copy will not be accepted. Upon final selection, you may need to provide an updated AF422.
vMPF RIP: Must include all pages. Ensure your Total Active Federal Military Service (TAFMS) is listed on your RIP
PCARS RIP: Point Credit Accounting and Reporting Systems From vMPF or MilPDS
Sanctuary Waiver: If TAFMS is 16 years or greater; must submit a Statement of Understanding Waiver of AD Sanctuary.
1095 Day Analysis: Letter from Budget/Comptroller with analysis of how many days performed during the last 1,460 days.
TAG/Wing (CC) Acknowledgment: Wing and TAG Acknowledgment required
Q: If selected how does the state cut my orders over the FY?
A: FM POC: If the intent of the order is for the member to be on an order for over 180 days - TDY with PCS entitlements - then the order should be cut for the entire period and place the statement below on the order. "Authorizations to cite the next fiscal year does not constitute authorizations to obligate funds until approved by Congress"
If no days are available after 30 Sep of that year then the order can be cut back and the member would still be entitled to be PCS'd back to the HOR.
Q: Is it Mandatory for ADOS Airman to attend ANGRC in-processing?
A: HR POC. Yes. As of 1 Feb 2016.
Q: Do Guard members assigned on a permanent or temporary basis to support the National Guard Bureau have to be in Title 10 Status?
A: Varies: See CNGBI 301 01 20120423 para 4. However, for this ADOS tour, the Airman will be in Title 10 Status. http://www.ngbpdc.ngb.army.mil/pubs/CNGBI/CNGBI.htm
Q: Can I be promoted while on an ADOS tour?
A. POC A1. Yes. Airman are TDY to these locations and still assigned to the state. Any promotion action would be processed through the STATE.
Q: Do I receive an Evaluation for the ADOS tour?
A: POC A1. No. Airman are still assigned to the state during this TDY / with PCS Entitlements and may receive an Optional LOE. The State is still responsible for any Evaluations that close out during this timeframe.
Q: Is this a PCS?
A: POC: FM - No. However, Airman that are TDY from for over 180 days on this tour receive "PCS entitlements" per SAF Waiver. This includes movement of household goods and DEERS associated family members. Members must meet all medical qualifications if required.
Q: Will I be a rater while on this ADOS tour.
A: POC A1: These duties shall not include management supervision, command, or direction of Title 10 military personnel, Title 5 civilian employees, or contractor personnel performing the work of the NGB.
Q: Is there an API code associated with the tour?
A: POC A1: No. Airman are still assigned to their State. There is not a Unit Manning Document Position assigned to ADOS tours.
Q: Is Tuition Assistance available while on an ADOS tour:
A: POC A1 / 11 FSS Varies: May be available while on Title 10 Orders dependent upon funding and length of tour.
Q: Do I out process my Base?
A: Airman must utilize the unit and base out processing for a TDY. Remember Airman remain assigned to the State during these tours.