MICHIGAN NATIONAL GUARD
Human Resource Office
3423 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Lansing, MI 48906-2906
AIR NATIONAL GUARD
ACTIVE GUARD/RESERVE (AGR) VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
|ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 18-28||TOUR LENGTH: INITIAL TOUR 4 YEARS/CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS|
|OPENING DATE: 03 MAR 2018||CLOSING DATE: 03 APR 2018|
|POSITION TITLE: SECURITY FORCES SUPERINTENDENT
POSITION GRADE: E8/SMSGT
POSITION AFSC: 3P091
ASVAB SCORES: M: A: G:_33 E: IAW AFECD
|LOCATION: 110TH ATTACK WING, BATTLE CREEK, MI
110TH SECURITY FORCES
| WHO CAN APPLY:
AREA 1: ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E7/MSGT
MAXIMUM GRADE E8/SMSGT
AREA 2: OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E7/MSGT
MAXIMUM GRADE E8/SMSGT
(PRIOR MILITARY MEMBERS NEED TO SUBMIT DD 214 OR NGB 22 TO VERIFY ELIGIBILITY)
PER ANGI 36-101 ANY APPLICANT SELECTED WHO DOES NOT POSSESS THE AFSC, MUST SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO RETRAIN
Enlisted Airmen who apply for a position which would cause an overgrade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with ANGI 36-2503, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
- Leads, manages, supervises, and performs force protection duties employing up to the use of deadly force to protect personnel and resources.
- Protects nuclear and conventional weapons systems and other critical resources.
- Performs air base defense functions contributing to the force protection mission.
- Defends personnel, equipment, and resources from hostile forces throughout the base security zone of military installations.
- Operates in various field environments, performs mounted and dismounted individual and team patrol movements, tactical drills, battle procedures, convoys, military operations other than war, antiterrorism duties, and other special duties.
- Operates communications equipment, vehicles, intrusion detection equipment, individual and crew-served weapons, and other special purpose equipment.
- Applies self-aid buddy care and life saving procedures as first responders to accident and disaster scenes.
- Provides armed response and controls entry to installations and protection level resources.
- Detects and reports presence of unauthorized personnel and activities and implements security reporting and alerting system.
- Enforces standards of conduct, discipline, and adherence to laws and directives.
- Directs vehicle and pedestrian traffic; investigates motor vehicle accidents, minor crimes, and incidents; and operates speed measuring, drug and alcohol, and breath test devices.
- Secures crime and incident scenes; apprehends and detains suspects; searches persons and property; and collects, seizes, and preserves evidence. Conducts interviews of witnesses and suspects and obtains statements and testifies in official judicial proceedings.
- Responds to disaster and relief operations and participates in contingencies.
- Develops plans, policies, procedures, and detailed instructions to implement SF programs.
- Plans, organizes, and schedules SF activities and provides oversight, guidance, and assistance to commanders with the application of physical security and force protections in support of priority resources.
- Operates pass and registration activities and supervises and trains SF augmentees.
- Employs and utilizes the Incident Command System construct during emergency planning, response recovery operations.
- Inspects and evaluates effectiveness of SF personnel and activities.
- Provides guidance on employment and utilization of military working dog teams.
- Ensures proficiency training and certification standards are maintained.
- Employs military working dogs to support worldwide security force operations and executive agency requirements to include nuclear, Presidential support, federal law enforcement and national strategic programs.
- Ensures health and welfare of military working dogs.
- Trains handlers and military working dogs on all aspects of military working dog training.
- Maintains dog training and usage records and is responsible for storage, handling, and security of drug and explosive training aids.
- Leads, manages, supervises, and implements ground weapons training programs.
- Controls and safeguards arms, ammunition, and equipment and instructs ground weapons qualification training.
- Provides guidance on weapons placement to security forces and ground defense force commanders.
- Inspects ground weapons and replaces unserviceable parts and analyzes malfunctions by inspection and serviceability testing.
- Uses precision gauges, testing instruments, and special tools to adjust parts and operating mechanisms.
- Function-fires weapons for accuracy and serviceability.
- Controls and operates firing ranges and associated facilities to include supervising construction and rehabilitation.
- Knowledge is mandatory of: Weaponry, laws, directives, programs, policies, and procedures governing SF activities; installation security; weapon system and resource security; anti-terrorism; law enforcement and investigations; military working dogs; air base defense; training; pass and registration; civilian work force; and combat arms.
- For entry into this specialty, completion of high school or General Equivalency Diploma.
- The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable Career Development Course requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan:
- Completion of the security forces (SF) apprentice course.
- The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable task requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan:
- 3P071. Completion of the Security Forces course and the in residence Security Forces Craftsman course.
- The following experience (if listed) is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated in addition to successful completion of applicable task requirements listed in the Career Field Education and Training Plan:
- 3P071 Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3P051/A/B. Also, experience supervising or performing functions such as weapon systems and resource security, air base defense, law enforcement, military working dog functions, or combat arms functions
- The following are mandatory as indicated:
- For entry into this specialty:
- Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
- Pre-service cannabis/synthetic drug use cannot exceed nine times or used within one year of entrance into the 3P Career Field.
- No history of excessive alcohol use or been arrested in the past two years for two or more alcohol related incidents regardless of disposition, except when proven not guilty.
- Have not sniffed or used a substance to obtain an altered consciousness state from aerosol spray, lighter fluid, petro chemical, adhesives, Freon, or any other chemical for a purpose not intended for use.
- No more than one active wage garnishment for delinquency.
- No more than two delinquent charge off/collection (>= 30 days) payments within last two years.
- Within three years prior to entry into military service, not have been terminated from civilian employment more than twice for reasons of misconduct, theft, or alcohol use.
- Must not have used/distributed/manufactured illicit narcotics as defined in schedule I/II or been arrested for any narcotics in schedules I through V.
- No record of sleep disorders to include, but not limited to, sleep apneas, insomnias, hypersomnias, narcolepsy, or restless leg syndrome.
- No current diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or Perceptual /Learning Disorder(s), with no use of medication(s) to treat same in the last 12 months.
- No history of mood disorders including bipolar disorder, major depression, dysthymia, or depression not otherwise specified.
- For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs:
- No recorded evidence of personality disorder, sustained or untreatable emotional instability to include depression, or suicidal behavior to include attempts, gestures, ideations, threats or history of self-mutilation.
- Distance visual acuity correctable to 20/20 in one eye and 20/30 in the other.
- Qualification to bear firearms according to AFI 31-117, Arming and Use of Force by Air Force Personnel.
- Never been convicted by a general, special, or summary courts-martial.
- Never received nonjudicial punishment under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) which resulted in either reduction or suspended reduction in grade, or correctional custody for offenses involving substantiated drug abuse as defined in AFI 44-121, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT) Program, acts of larceny, wrongful appropriation, robbery, burglary, housebreaking, misconduct in combat defined in UCMJ articles 99-106, or any act that harms or has the potential to harm the physical safety or well-being of animals to include Military Working Dogs.
- Never been convicted by a civilian court of a Category 1, 2, or 3 offense, nor exceeded the accepted number of Category 4 offenses. Category 3 and 4 traffic offenses alone are not disqualifying. NOTE: Categories of offenses are described and listed in AFI 36-2002, Regular Air Force and Special Category Accessions, Uniform Guide List of Typical Offenses.
- No speech disorder or noticeable communication deficiency as defined in AFI 48-123.
- Individuals who have had their spleen removed are not eligible for assignment to the military working dog program or any canine functions.
- Must possess a valid state driver’s license to operate government motor vehicles (GMV) in accordance with AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations.
- No diagnosed fear of acrophobia (fear of heights) or confined spaces.
- No documented record of gang affiliation.
- No fear of working around nuclear weapons or nuclear components.
- For award and retention of these AFSCs, must maintain an Air Force Network License according to AFI 33-115, Vol 2, Licensing Network Users and Certifying Network Professionals
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
HOW TO APPLY: Individuals who meet the Duties, Responsibilities, and Special Information Criteria for this position must submit a complete AGR application package to: email@example.com
1. DO NOT send application directly to the HRO Office (hand carry, US Post Office, etc). In the event that an applicant is unable to use the email address provided (I.E. rejection email) or is a deployed Airman without accessibility please call 517-481-7715 and you will be provided additional instructions. Applicants must provide documentation in the event that this occurred (I.E. rejection email).
2. AT A MINIMUM, YOUR PACKET SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
a. COMPLETED NGB FORM 34-1 signed and dated with the job announcement and title. (Do not submit an SF Form 171 or OF 612). Due to personal identifiable information (PII) concerns contained within Air AGR packets, we are requesting that all applications for Air AGR positions omit their home of record and social security number upon submission.
b. Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
c. An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year (from the AF portal).
3. Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement. Further information may be obtained by contacting the AGR Personnel Office: SSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 580-9715. Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.
EEO POLICY: The management of AGRs will be free of discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin and age IAW ANGI 36-7, ANG Military Equal Opportunity Program.
ENTRY QUALIFICATION PER ANGI 36-101
1. The intent of the AGR program is to assess AFSC qualified individuals. However, any applicant selected who does not possess the AFSC, must sign an agreement to retrain.
2. Enlisted personnel applying for Officer position must be eligible for commissioning upon selection for AGR duty. Assignment to the AGR tour will not become effective until the individual receives a commission in the ANG and as a Reserve of the Air Force.
3. Members selected for AGR tours must meet the physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. Airmen with a DD Form 469, Duty Limiting Condition Report reflected at the time of an AGR physical package evaluation, will not be deemed medically qualified. However, accession of a member is possible as long as the member is medically cleared of any Duty Limitation Code (DLC)/medical profile prior to starting an AGR order.
4. Personnel must have retainability to complete the tour of military duty.
5. Applicants are subject to personal interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel will be at the applicant’s own expense.
6. Pregnant females are eligible to apply for AGR tours. If selected, they cannot be appointed and entered on active duty until the pregnancy period has expired.
7. Initial AGR tour orders are probationary. Individuals selected for continuation until retirement and electing Career Status Bonus (CSB) must be extended to the date they will achieve 20 satisfactory active duty years on their AGR orders.
8. Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan.