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ENLISTED VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ASSIGNMENT AT THE 136TH AIRLIFT WING TEXAS AIR NATIONAL GUARD

POSITION: Emergency Management Superintendent Position Number: 0422554 AFSC: 3E991 LOCATION: 136th Civil Engineer Squadron Carswell Field, Fort Worth, TX GRADE: MSgt/E-7 to SMSgt/E-8

ANNOUNCEMENT: 136-10-71

ISSUE DATE: 10 Sep 10 CLOSING DATE: 25 Oct 10

Applications received by the 136 FSS after 1715 (CST) on the closing date will not be accepted and returned to the applicant. Electronic Copies will not be accepted. *** SEE REVERSE FOR SUMMARY OF MINIMUM POSITION *** QUALIFICATIONS HOW TO APPLY: Submit a completed AF Form 1288, (Application for Reserve Assignment), AF Form 422 (Physical Profile), records review rip, Resume, military biography, personal letter of intent outlining career goals and objectives, current passing ANG Fitness Test, adverse action statement, and any letters of recommendation (maximum 3). The AF Form 1288 can be obtained from your Commander's Support Staff (CSS), the Air Force Publishing website or your servicing Mission Support Flight. PERSONAL INTERVIEWS: Applicants must be available for an interview. Applications will be reviewed and qualified applicants will be notified to meet the selection board. Applicants will be notified by phone or mail of interview time and place. Payment for travel IS NOT AUTHORIZED. NOTE: The Adjutant General will not look favorably upon personnel who apply and are selected for a position in one geographical area and subsequently request to be transferred to another area because of the commuting distance involved. All applicants will receive consideration for this position without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliation, kinship, and other non-merit factors.

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POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

1. Specialty Summary. Prepares, maintains, and monitors Civil Engineer (CE) operations plans and supporting documents for mobility, response, and recovery operations. Prepares, reviews and provides input to installation contingency plans. Monitors prime base engineer emergency force (Prime BEEF), air base operability, hazardous materials emergency response, emergency management programs, and schedules and conducts associated training. Manages assigned equipment and supplies, performs or schedules equipment maintenance, and inventories assets. Maintains and inspects chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN), and conventional protective clothing and equipment. Conducts CBRN and conventional detection, identification, monitoring, sampling, individual protection determination, decontamination, warning, and reporting activities.. Maintains and inspects equipment, conducts training, and prepares for peacetime response to Terrorist use of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosive (CBRNE) weapons.. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 149400. 2. Duties and Responsibilities: 2.1. Prepares wartime and contingency response plans. Conducts research and assists in developing emergency management plans, including measures to minimize casualties and damage from natural disasters, major accidents, wartime operations, and military operations other than war. Coordinates actions to ensure prompt response during emergency and contingency operations, including immediate mobilization of all resources and participation of all agencies and organizations. Coordinates actions to allow continuation or restoration of vital functions and operations. Prepares emergency management annexes, appendices, supplements, and other supporting documents to support operations plans. Prepares checklists and operating instructions for readiness activities. 2.2. Develops and maintains plans for contingency, mobility, and recovery. Extracts tasking from the time-phased force deployment list. Establishes, coordinates, conducts, and monitors the Prime BEEF operation. Assigns Prime BEEF personnel. Analyzes training and deficiencies for wartime tasks. Identifies, budgets, requisitions, and accounts for equipment and supplies used by readiness and contingency teams. Inputs, maintains, and reviews data for status of resources and training system (SORTS). Establishes, coordinates, and maintains annual Prime BEEF training plan. Assists in assigning, training, and deploying Prime BEEF personnel; and in procuring, maintaining, storing, and deploying equipment. 2.3. Conducts emergency management and emergency response training. Manages, schedules, and conducts training on readiness activities and survival measures for disasters and contingencies. Provides briefings, and develops installation emergency management training and educational materials. 2.4. Assists in emergency planning and response to comply with Executive Order 12856 and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986. 2.5. Monitors CE readiness and installation emergency management activities. Inspects equipment. Ensures emergency management teams are established and manned. Acts as exercise evaluation team member for CE and ensures exercises are conducted according to directives. Ensures authorized and required CBRN protective equipment and clothing, detection devices, and monitoring instruments are available, calibrated, and in operating condition. Monitors actions to preserve life, minimize damage, and restore operations following natural disasters, accidents, wartime attacks, and military operations other than war. Coordinates emergency management activities and plans with all base units and nearby military and civilian organizations. Briefs military and civilian personnel in conjunction with community relations programs. Monitors air base operability activities. Requisitions supplies and equipment for readiness and the Readiness Support Team (RST). Maintains custodial files for accounts such as supply and equipment; intrabase radio; test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment. 2.6. Manages unit and staff agency emergency management program. Provides unit and staff agency assistance to ensure emergency management planning and training have been accomplished, and emergency management directives are being followed. Conducts emergency management analysis. 2.7. Establishes and monitors requirements and procedures for contamination control. Detects, identifies, measures, and reports contamination. Assists bioenvironmental engineer to interpret hazards to personnel. Coordinates and monitors exposure control procedures. Plots contamination levels and coordinates with medical personnel to identify contaminated areas and establish safety procedures. Ensures unsafe areas are marked according to directives. Documents findings and reports to proper authority. AFECD, 1 August 2010 199 2.8. Performs CE readiness and installation emergency management functions. Serves in mobile emergency operations center vehicle (MEOC) or emergency operation center (EOC), or CBRN control center. Monitors force protection and survivability, and advises the unit deployment officer or NCO of deployment and employment capabilities. Establishes an integrated conventional and CBRN detection, warning, and reporting system. Advises the commander on response to peacetime attacks with Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). Helps prepare for peacetime WMD and wartime conventional and CBRN defense, including activating CBRN teams for shelter, collective protection, contamination control, reconnaissance, plotting, and reporting. Coordinates protective shelter and collective protection requirements. Supervises teams engaged in monitoring and contamination control operations. Reviews findings of personnel operating detection equipment, and compiles data to indicate danger areas. Ensures specialized teams comply with contamination control and safety procedures. Manages activities in the CBRN control center. Operates the MEOC and emergency management communications net. Helps analyze reports and plotting areas of contamination. Advises the commander on 2

mission impact and recovery activities following an attack. Determines contamination levels and amount over a given area and, in conjunction with medical personnel, recommends time limits that personnel may remain in the area. Ensures emergency facilities are established for personnel contamination control areas. Advises the readiness officer on overall situation during disasters or contingency operations. Maintains directives. Maintains operations event log. Provides inputs to reports. 2.9. Ensures safety procedures are followed. Ensures exposure and contamination control procedures are established, coordinated, and distributed. Ensures safety precautions are taken by assigned personnel. 3. Specialty Qualifications: 3.1. Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of the characteristics and effects of peacetime WMD and wartime conventional and CBRN weapons; detection and identification of CBRN contamination; threat analysis; passive defense measures; principles of contamination control; related technical information, policies, procedures, techniques, and equipment; and CE readiness and contingency planning, training, operations, equipment supply procedures, directives, and policies. 3.2. Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in algebra, biology, physics, chemistry, typing, computer operations, and speech are desirable. 3.3. Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 3.3.1. 3E931. Completion of the basic readiness course. 3.3.2. 3E971. Completion of the advanced readiness course. 3.4. Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 3.4.1. 3E951. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3E931. Also, experience performing functions such as helping prepare emergency management plans. 3.4.2. 3E971. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3E951. Also, experience performing or supervising functions such as preparing plans and conducting readiness activities. 3.4.3. 3E991. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 3E971. Also, experience directing functions such as readiness programs, or evaluating, planning, and organizing readiness activities. 3.5.1. See attachment 4 for entry requirements. 3.5.2. For entry, award, and retention in this specialty and AFSCs indicated: 3.5.2.1. Ability to speak distinctly. 3.5.2.2. Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards. 3.5.2.3. AFSCs 3E911/31/51, qualification to operate government vehicles according to AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations. 3.5.2.4. AFSCs 3E911/31/51/71, no record of claustrophobia or claustrophobic tendencies. 3.5.3. Specialty requires routine access to Secret material or similar environment. For award and retention of AFSCs 3E9XX, completion of a current National Agency Check, Local Agency Checks and Credit (NACLC) according to AFI 31501, Personnel Security Program Management. NOTE: Award of the 3-skill level without a completed NACLC is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to AFI 31-501. All applicants will receive consideration for this position without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, political affiliation, kinship, and other non-merit factors. All questions regarding this announcement should be directed to MSgt Michael Butzlaff at commercial (817) 852-3235 or DSN: 874-3235. SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO: 136 FSS/FSMP Attn: MSgt Michael Butzlaff 200 Hensley Ave, Bldg 1672 Fort Worth, TX 76127-1672

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