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ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 21-77 TOUR LENGTH : INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS

OPENING DATE: 26 JUN 2021 CLOSING DATE: 20 AUG 2021

POSITION TITLE: FIGHTER/REMOTELY

PILOTED AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

POSITION GRADE: E-8/SMSGT

POSITION AFSC: 2A390 LOCATION: SELFRIDGE ANGB, MI 127 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON

WHO CAN APPLY:

 

AREA 1: ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR

NATIONAL GUARD

MINIMUM GRADE: E-6/TSgt PROMOTABLE

*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-7/MSgt

 

AREA 2: OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR

NATIONAL GUARD

MINIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt PROMOTABLE

*MAXIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt

 

AREA 3: OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL

GUARD

MINIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt PROMOTABLE

*MAXIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt

 

(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 over grade MUST indicate in writing a

willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion

of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.

 

THIS IS A DUAL BID WITH TECHNICIAN ANNOUNCEMENT 21-206. IF THIS POSITION IS FILLED

UNDER THE TECHNICIAN VACANCY THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE CANCELLED. IF YOU

WISH TO APPLY FOR BOTH ANNOUNCEMENTS YOU MUST APPLY TO EACH ONE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSITION INFORMATION

 

Specialty Summary

 

Manages maintenance activities engaged in planning, inspecting, repairing, and servicing fighter/remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) and support equipment (SE). Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 160000.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

· Plans and organizes fighter/RPA aircraft maintenance activities. Plans, organizes, and manages maintenance activities for repair of aircraft and associated SE. Responsible for maintenance planning and inspecting. Coordinates with supply, operations, and other support activities to improve procedures and resolve problems.

· Directs fighter/RPA aircraft maintenance activities. Evaluates and directs processes used in inspecting, maintaining, and servicing aircraft, components, and SE. Prioritizes maintenance and repair functions. Supervises preparation of maintenance forms for aircraft repair, inspection, and parts replacement. Directs aircraft battle damage repair and crash recovery operations.

· Inspects and evaluates aircraft maintenance activities. Inspects maintenance performed on fighter/RPA aircraft, systems, and components. Evaluates maintenance units to determine operational status and to provide assistance in solving maintenance, supply, and personnel problems. Interprets and discusses inspection findings, and recommends action to correct deficiencies.

· Performs aircraft maintenance management functions. Resolves problems and interprets technical publications for inspecting, maintaining, and modifying aircraft and SE. Ensures submission of deficiency reports. Ensures funds and resources are projected to support maintenance effort, and are managed to optimize mission accomplishment. Ensures unit meets mobility requirements.

 

Specialty Qualifications:

 

· Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: electrical and mechanical principles applying to aircraft and SE; concepts and application of maintenance directives; maintenance data reporting; interpreting and use of maintenance data reports and technical orders; Air Force supply procedures; resource management; and proper handling, use, and disposal of hazardous waste and materials.

· Education. Not used.

· Training. Not used.

· Experience. For award of AFSC 2A390, qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A373, 2A374, 2A375, 2A3X7, or 2A3X8 is mandatory. Also, experience is mandatory managing or directing functions such as inspecting and maintaining aircraft and SE.

· Other. 3.5.1. For award and retention of these AFSCs: 3.5.1.1. Must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.

· Specialty requires routine access to Tier 3 (T3) information, systems or similar classified environment. For award and retention of AFSCs 2A300/2A390, completion of a current T3 Investigation required IAW DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program, is mandatory.

 

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: ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil

 

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). All fitness test will be current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).

 

d. Please combine all documents into one PDF file.

 

*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.

 

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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715. Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.

NOTES

 

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. 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.

 

7. Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan.

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 21-87 TOUR LENGTH : INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS

OPENING DATE: 29 JUL 2021 CLOSING DATE: 29 AUG 2021

POSITION TITLE: SAFETY

POSITION GRADE: E-8/SMSGT

POSITION AFSC: 1S091

ASVAB: M A 57 G E PER AFECD

THIS IS NOT A CROSS TRAINING

OPPORTUNITY MUST HOLD AFSC OF 1S091 OR

1S071 LOCATION: ALPENA, MI CRTC

WHO CAN APPLY:

 

AREA 1: ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR

NATIONAL GUARD

MINIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt PROMOTABLE

*MAXIMUM GRADE E-8/SMSgt

 

AREA 2: OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR

NATIONAL GUARD

MINIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt PROMOTABLE

*MAXIMUM GRADE E-8/SMSgt

 

AREA 3: OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL

GUARD

MINIMUM GRADE E-7/MSgt PROMOTABLE

*MAXIMUM GRADE E-8/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 over grade MUST indicate in writing a

willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion

of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.

 

 

POSITION INFORMATION

 

Specialty Summary

 

Manages and conducts safety programs. Plans, organizes, directs, and controls safety activities. Analyzes mishap causes and trends, and assesses risk. Evaluates, inspects, and surveys areas and activities to eliminate mishap potentials. Conducts mishap investigations. Provides risk management consultation. Conducts safety education. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 149300.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

· Plans, organizes, and directs safety activities. Develops policies and procedures for implementing and evaluating safety programs. Coordinates with staff activities and operational sections to ensure safety requirements are integrated into the organization program. Maintains close liaison with federal, state, municipal, and private agencies sharing common safety concerns. Establishes work priorities and maintains systems to effect accomplishment of program processes. Arranges for group meetings or individual instruction through coordination with commanders and supervisors.

· Conducts and assists in managing safety programs. Evaluates safety program effectiveness. Coordinates with agencies and staff activities on safety related matters. Prepares and conducts briefings, meetings, training classes, and associated functions. Determines safety education requirements for groups or individuals. Develops training plans to ensure worker qualification and training. Prepares and conducts training programs for collateral duty safety personnel.

· Performs inspections, surveys, and program evaluations of areas and operations to identify mishap potentials and assess integration of risk management approach, safety equipment, and procedures. Performs periodic and special inspections of facilities, flightlines, maintenance, and industrial areas; missile launch complexes and support functions; munitions facilities and operations; and non- industrial and recreational areas. Operates motor vehicles to perform inspection and surveys. Reports findings, assigns risk assessment codes, recommends corrective actions, and conducts follow- up inspections. Participates in Hazardous Communication programs and other environmental programs. Reviews explosives quantity distance waivers and deviations, and processes hazardous air traffic reports.

· Reviews purchase, service, and construction contracts. Prepares safety criteria. Reviews contract proposals, statements of work, local purchase orders, and work requests for inclusion of safety criteria. Participates in workload planning and preconstruction conferences, pre and post award meetings, and pre and final inspections.

· Reviews engineering plans and drawings. Reviews base master plans and site plans affecting construction, airfield, and explosive safety criteria. Recommends revision in drawing or rearranging materials.

· Performs and assists in mishap investigations, prepares reports, and maintains records. Gathers factual mishap data, identifies causes, and recommends corrective actions to prevent recurrence of a similar mishap. Maintains a follow-up system.

· Analyzes mishap data. Performs trend analysis and recommends measures to correct unfavorable conditions or procedures.

· Provides safety consultation to commanders, supervisors, and functional managers on technical directives, safety criteria, and operational techniques.

· Conducts safety education. Performs or assists in planning and scheduling safety education programs. Prepares or assists in preparing and distributing safety promotional and informative materials.

 

Specialty Qualifications:

 

· Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of fundamentals of safety education, public speaking, mishap prevention, human factors, industrial hygiene principles, industrial safety criteria, risk management, blueprint interpretation, mishap investigation techniques, methods of obtaining and distributing safety education materials, missile maintenance and servicing techniques, and the application of data automation to the safety function.

· Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school or general educational development equivalency is mandatory.

· Training. The following training is mandatory: For award of AFSC 1S031, completion of Occupational Safety Apprentice course (L3ALR1S031 0S2C).

· For award of AFSC 1S071, completion of the Safety Craftsman course (L3ACR1S071 0S2B), Mishap Investigation Non- Aviation (MINA_WCIP 059, PDS Code I9Q), and Pre-Craftsman Safety Course (PCSC_L6ANW1S071 00AA). PCSC must be completed no later than 7 days prior to the craftsman course (L3ACR1S071 0S2B). For award of AFSC 1S091, completion of Safety Manager Course (SMC_ WCIP 05D, PDS Code EPF).Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated:1S051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1S031. Also, experience in functions such as conducting safety programs, assisting in performing inspections and investigations, training principles, or risk assessment techniques. 1S071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1S051. Also, experience performing or supervising functions related to safety activities.

· 1S091. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 1S071. Also, experience managing safety activities and functions.

· Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: For entry into this specialty: Prior qualification at the 5-skill level (3-skill level if no 5 level exists) in any AFSC.

· Ability to speak English clearly and distinctly IAW the Read Aloud Test (RAT) referenced in AFI 36-2018, Medical Examination of Applicants for United States Service Academies, Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarship Programs, including two and three-Year College Scholarship Programs (CSP), and the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS).

· Must complete an assessment period of no less than 3 duty days but no more than 7 duty days with the local Safety Office, on condition that travel to the local safety office does not require TDY funding, and have a memorandum/recommendation letter from the Occupational Safety Manager, or designated representative, summarizing assessment activities. (NOTE: RegAF only). See AFI 91-202, Figure 14.1 for an example of the memorandum.

· Ability to communicate effectively in writing.

· Recommendation by unit commander.

· Requires AF Career Field Manager approval for retraining (RegAF only).

· Minimum grade E-4.

· See attachment 4 for additional entry requirements.

· For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs: Passing color vision, as defined by getting a 55 or better on the Cone Contrast Test (CCT), or, correctly identifying at least 10 of 14 Ishihara Plates (PIP). (CCT should be primary testing choice, but PIP is acceptable if CCT is not available at testing site.)

· Never been convicted by a general, special, or summary courts-martial.

· No record of acrophobia or claustrophobia.

· No unresolved mental health issues (Including, but not limited to: failure to engage in help-seeking behaviors, a pattern of relapse in symptoms/illness, unwillingness or inability to overcome mental health disorder, or history of prolonged absence from one’s official duties due to mental health issues).

· No medical conditions preventing prolonged standing, repetitive movements, walking up to one mile, or walking up and down stairs.

· Must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.

· Must maintain a valid state driver’s license to operate government motor vehicles (GMV) in accordance with AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations.

· For retention of these AFSCs, 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.

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: ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil

 

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). All fitness test will be

current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).

 

d. Please combine all documents into one PDF file.

 

*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.

 

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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715. Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.

NOTES

 

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. 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.

 

7. Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan.

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 21-DSG01 TOUR LENGTH : N/A – DSG Announcement
OPENING DATE: 01 AUG 2021 CLOSING DATE: 31 AUG 2021
POSITION TITLE: JUDGE ADVOCATE
POSITION GRADE: O-6/COL
POSITION AFSC: 051J4
LOCATION: LANSING, MI
 
JOINT FORCES HEADQUARTERS
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
This is a Nationwide announcement.  Requirements for all applicants:
 
Any person who is a member of or who is eligible to transfer to the Michigan Air National Guard in the AFSC and grade indicated may apply.
 
Candidate must be an Air Force Judge Advocate, properly designated by The Judge Advocate General (TJAG) of the Air Force.
 
Candidates from the Active Duty Air Force and Air Force Reserve are eligible to apply, but any selection to the position would be contingent on The Judge Advocate General’s approval of a transfer into the Air National Guard.
 
Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan, or eligible to become licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan by March 2022
 
MINIMUM GRADE: O-5/Lt Col (promotable)   
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-6/Col
 
Upon closure of this announcement, the top 5 candidates will be selected to interview.  Interviews are tentatively scheduled for 11-12 Sept 2021.
 
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
The Michigan ANG State Staff Judge Advocate (MI ANG SSJA) is the senior Air Force Judge Advocate in the Michigan Air National Guard.  The duties and responsibilities of this position are:
  1. SENIOR ANG LEGAL COUNSEL: Consistent with relevant state legal authorities, the MI ANG SSJA serves as the senior legal authority on Air Force and Air National Guard specific legal matters arising in Michigan. In this role, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Know applicable legal authorities governing the provision of legal advice by National Guard judge advocates, including but not limited to the Michigan Code of Military Justice and any attendant issued publications.
 
  1. If not serving as the National Guard State Judge Advocate, work closely with that individual to ensure The Adjutant General (TAG) receives competent legal advice on all ANG and Air Force legal matters.
 
  1. Advise senior ANG leadership at the headquarters level, and unit level as necessary, regarding ANG and Air Force legal issues.
 
  1. Act as ethics advisor for senior ANG leadership and provide a conduit to the appointed Ethics Counselor for Michigan.
 
  1. Serve as the point of contact on issues involving higher level ANG and Air Force JAG elements, and other national-level offices. This function includes interaction with the National Guard Bureau (NGB), active duty MAJCOM or equivalent, and AF/JA offices or personnel handling AF/JA level matters.
 
  1. Provide legal advice and training for all JFHQ Air Staff functions.
 
  1. Provide support and coordination to wings as needed for administrative boards and other legal functions.
 
  1. Work closely with wing SJAs to ensure wing commanders, subordinate commanders, and other wing leaders receive timely, accurate, and consistent legal advice. In this regard, it is expected the MI ANG SSJA will:
 
  1. Conduct regular visits to field legal activities. Such visits will facilitate and enhance the SSJA’s ability to accomplish all duties and responsibilities. At least one visit per year will include execution of the SSJA’s responsibilities to evaluate the subordinate units Self-Assessment Programs as outlined in paragraph F.2 below.
 
  1. Maintain regular e-mail and telephone contact with subordinate legal activities. Such contact could include, for example, a monthly update to all subordinate JAGs and paralegals regarding current CC priorities, trends, and issues.
 
  1. If there is a full-time JAG or attorney at the wing and a traditional ANG SSJA, the SSJA must actively establish expectations and parameters of legal service with the full-time JAG. These expectations and parameters must be communicated to wing commanders to establish appropriate avenues of coordination. Failure to establish these roles could undermine the unit SJA and hamper the SSJA’s effectiveness as Senior ANG Legal Counsel.
 
  1. Work with the State Partnership Program (SPP) coordinator to ensure they are aware of the Air Force legal capabilities available to assist with country engagements.  Quite often, legal engagements are a significant aspect in developing and maintaining a strong SPP relationship.
 
  1. MANNING AND SUCCESSION: The ANG SSJA is responsible for manning oversight and succession planning for all ANG legal offices within Michigan. This oversight includes working with Wing legal offices on recruitment, development, and retention of quality judge advocates to ensure continuous quality legal services at the unit level.  In this area, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Oversee the recruitment and retention of quality judge advocates. The ANG SSJA exercises the responsibility to staff a quality ANG judge advocate function in the state by being the state expert on the TJAG requirements for the accession of judge advocates and paralegals. In this regard, the ANG SSJA:
 
  1. Acts as the liaison between the Air Force, ANG accession authorities, and the local ANG unit.
 
  1. Ensures unit recruiters are aware of the most current initiatives and procedures regarding the accession of judge advocates and paralegals.
 
  1. Personally interviews all candidates for ANG judge advocate positions, and paralegal candidates to the maximum extent possible. While a formal interview is not required, the ANG SSJA should become personally acquainted with accession candidates the unit SJA is seriously considering in order to provide necessary input to JA recruitment personnel.
 
  1. Engages with JAGs and paralegals considering transition from the ANG to ensure transition decisions are fully informed. Accomplishing the mentoring responsibilities outlined in paragraph D.2. below is the best way to fulfill this responsibility.
 
  1. TRAINING: The ANG SSJA is responsible for ensuring unit JAGs and paralegals meet their professional JAG Corps training requirements. In this area, the ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Maintain visibility of the status of each JAG and paralegal’s recurring training required by AF policy.
  2. Liaise with appropriate offices to ensure resources for JAG and paralegal training are available as required.
  3. Ensure JAGs and paralegals regularly attend CBI courses with their commanders.
  4. DEVELOPMENT: The MI ANG SSJA is required to provide guidance and mentoring to all unit judge advocates. Mentoring should focus on leadership development and career-mapping guidance. The MI ANG SSJA is responsible for ensuring JAGS and paralegals are assigned and challenged in a manner that promotes professional growth and development consistent with the needs of the service and their personal development goals. This responsibility is not intended to replace the commander or supervisor’s formal role of supervision and evaluation, but to enhance their successful performance of that role. In this area, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
  5. Ensure JAGs and paralegals are timely and appropriately recognized for their performance. To effectively accomplish this responsibility, ANG SSJAs should have visibility over JAG and paralegal evaluation and decoration history.
  6. Meet with JAGs annually to discuss career progression and development. This mentoring engagement should include discussion of: appropriate professional military education, opportunities to perform additional duty in active duty offices outside of AF minimum requirements, additional training opportunities, and the JAG’s career goals. The ANG SSJA should draw on personal experience to inform these conversations, recognizing and stressing that one’s development path is unique but can be informed by looking to the paths of those who have gone before, including ANG judge advocates in other states.
  7. Work closely with unit SJAs and Commanders to ensure JAGs and paralegals have opportunities to broaden their experience at the appropriate stages of their careers. In particular, discuss with the unit SJAs desired quadrennial tour possibilities, and future in resident JAG school courses for all JAGs and paralegals. This responsibility becomes particularly keen in those states with opportunity to serve as defense counsel, and those states with JAGs assigned to non-traditional missions, such as Air Operations Groups, RPA units, or Cyber-defense units.
  8. DEFENSE SERVICES: The MI ANG SSJA is the primary JAG responsible to ensure appropriate representation is available to all MI ANG members with a need for defense services. To that end, the ANG SSJA must be fully engaged in oversight of defense counsel services within Michigan, including the current requirement to manage any defense counsel assigned.
  9. SPECIAL COMMAND PROGRAMS: The MI ANG SSJA must work closely with the subordinate offices in the various special command programs. These programs include investigations and inspections.
 
  1. INVESTIGATIONS: The MI ANG SSJA must fully engage in oversight of legal issues involved in various investigations. These investigations can range from CDIs to sexual investigations done by NGB OCI. In this area, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
  2. Assist unit SJAs in advising commanders on the appropriate use of Commander Directed Investigations.
  3. Serve as the state expert on matters involving reprisal, restriction, and retaliation in the ANG.  In this regard, it is expected the MI ANG SSJA will work closely with the state and wing IGs when such allegations arise.
  4. Assist unit SJAs in advising on sexual assault allegation investigations.  The MI ANG SSJA, in close coordination with the full-time state JAG, must play a central role in coordinating air component sexual assault investigations with OCI.
  5. INSPECTIONS: The AF Inspection System emphasis on self-assessment, TJAG’s statutory responsibilities under the UCMJ Article 6 to make frequent inspections of the field, and lack of clarity for ANG JA inspection requirements combine to make effective inspection of ANG legal offices a difficult task. The MI ANG SSJA is in a position to ameliorate these difficulties and ensure ANG legal programs are operating effectively. In this area, the ANG SSJA is responsible to conduct oversight of subordinate wing legal office’s self-assessment evaluations and the MICT process.
 

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 application package to:  HQMIANG.JFHQ.Workflow@us.af.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the DOSA 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 517-481-8275 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. Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
 
      b. An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year. All fitness tests must be current in the Air Force “MyFitness” application available through the MyFSS Community Page).
     c. Last five OPRs
     d. Resume
     e. Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the Director of Staff Office: Lt Col Ryan Kristof 517-481-8275.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 21-DSG01 TOUR LENGTH : N/A – DSG Announcement
OPENING DATE: 01 AUG 2021 CLOSING DATE: 31 AUG 2021
POSITION TITLE: JUDGE ADVOCATE
POSITION GRADE: O-6/COL
POSITION AFSC: 051J4
LOCATION: LANSING, MI
 
JOINT FORCES HEADQUARTERS
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
This is a Nationwide announcement.  Requirements for all applicants:
 
Any person who is a member of or who is eligible to transfer to the Michigan Air National Guard in the AFSC and grade indicated may apply.
 
Candidate must be an Air Force Judge Advocate, properly designated by The Judge Advocate General (TJAG) of the Air Force.
 
Candidates from the Active Duty Air Force and Air Force Reserve are eligible to apply, but any selection to the position would be contingent on The Judge Advocate General’s approval of a transfer into the Air National Guard.
 
Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan, or eligible to become licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan by March 2022
 
MINIMUM GRADE: O-5/Lt Col (promotable)   
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-6/Col
 
Upon closure of this announcement, the top 5 candidates will be selected to interview.  Interviews are tentatively scheduled for 11-12 Sept 2021.
 
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
The Michigan ANG State Staff Judge Advocate (MI ANG SSJA) is the senior Air Force Judge Advocate in the Michigan Air National Guard.  The duties and responsibilities of this position are:
  1. SENIOR ANG LEGAL COUNSEL: Consistent with relevant state legal authorities, the MI ANG SSJA serves as the senior legal authority on Air Force and Air National Guard specific legal matters arising in Michigan. In this role, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Know applicable legal authorities governing the provision of legal advice by National Guard judge advocates, including but not limited to the Michigan Code of Military Justice and any attendant issued publications.
 
  1. If not serving as the National Guard State Judge Advocate, work closely with that individual to ensure The Adjutant General (TAG) receives competent legal advice on all ANG and Air Force legal matters.
 
  1. Advise senior ANG leadership at the headquarters level, and unit level as necessary, regarding ANG and Air Force legal issues.
 
  1. Act as ethics advisor for senior ANG leadership and provide a conduit to the appointed Ethics Counselor for Michigan.
 
  1. Serve as the point of contact on issues involving higher level ANG and Air Force JAG elements, and other national-level offices. This function includes interaction with the National Guard Bureau (NGB), active duty MAJCOM or equivalent, and AF/JA offices or personnel handling AF/JA level matters.
 
  1. Provide legal advice and training for all JFHQ Air Staff functions.
 
  1. Provide support and coordination to wings as needed for administrative boards and other legal functions.
 
  1. Work closely with wing SJAs to ensure wing commanders, subordinate commanders, and other wing leaders receive timely, accurate, and consistent legal advice. In this regard, it is expected the MI ANG SSJA will:
 
  1. Conduct regular visits to field legal activities. Such visits will facilitate and enhance the SSJA’s ability to accomplish all duties and responsibilities. At least one visit per year will include execution of the SSJA’s responsibilities to evaluate the subordinate units Self-Assessment Programs as outlined in paragraph F.2 below.
 
  1. Maintain regular e-mail and telephone contact with subordinate legal activities. Such contact could include, for example, a monthly update to all subordinate JAGs and paralegals regarding current CC priorities, trends, and issues.
 
  1. If there is a full-time JAG or attorney at the wing and a traditional ANG SSJA, the SSJA must actively establish expectations and parameters of legal service with the full-time JAG. These expectations and parameters must be communicated to wing commanders to establish appropriate avenues of coordination. Failure to establish these roles could undermine the unit SJA and hamper the SSJA’s effectiveness as Senior ANG Legal Counsel.
 
  1. Work with the State Partnership Program (SPP) coordinator to ensure they are aware of the Air Force legal capabilities available to assist with country engagements.  Quite often, legal engagements are a significant aspect in developing and maintaining a strong SPP relationship.
 
  1. MANNING AND SUCCESSION: The ANG SSJA is responsible for manning oversight and succession planning for all ANG legal offices within Michigan. This oversight includes working with Wing legal offices on recruitment, development, and retention of quality judge advocates to ensure continuous quality legal services at the unit level.  In this area, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Oversee the recruitment and retention of quality judge advocates. The ANG SSJA exercises the responsibility to staff a quality ANG judge advocate function in the state by being the state expert on the TJAG requirements for the accession of judge advocates and paralegals. In this regard, the ANG SSJA:
 
  1. Acts as the liaison between the Air Force, ANG accession authorities, and the local ANG unit.
 
  1. Ensures unit recruiters are aware of the most current initiatives and procedures regarding the accession of judge advocates and paralegals.
 
  1. Personally interviews all candidates for ANG judge advocate positions, and paralegal candidates to the maximum extent possible. While a formal interview is not required, the ANG SSJA should become personally acquainted with accession candidates the unit SJA is seriously considering in order to provide necessary input to JA recruitment personnel.
 
  1. Engages with JAGs and paralegals considering transition from the ANG to ensure transition decisions are fully informed. Accomplishing the mentoring responsibilities outlined in paragraph D.2. below is the best way to fulfill this responsibility.
 
  1. TRAINING: The ANG SSJA is responsible for ensuring unit JAGs and paralegals meet their professional JAG Corps training requirements. In this area, the ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Maintain visibility of the status of each JAG and paralegal’s recurring training required by AF policy.
 
  1. Liaise with appropriate offices to ensure resources for JAG and paralegal training are available as required.
 
  1. Ensure JAGs and paralegals regularly attend CBI courses with their commanders.\
 
  1. DEVELOPMENT: The MI ANG SSJA is required to provide guidance and mentoring to all unit judge advocates. Mentoring should focus on leadership development and career-mapping guidance. The MI ANG SSJA is responsible for ensuring JAGS and paralegals are assigned and challenged in a manner that promotes professional growth and development consistent with the needs of the service and their personal development goals. This responsibility is not intended to replace the commander or supervisor’s formal role of supervision and evaluation, but to enhance their successful performance of that role. In this area, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Ensure JAGs and paralegals are timely and appropriately recognized for their performance. To effectively accomplish this responsibility, ANG SSJAs should have visibility over JAG and paralegal evaluation and decoration history.
 
  1. Meet with JAGs annually to discuss career progression and development. This mentoring engagement should include discussion of: appropriate professional military education, opportunities to perform additional duty in active duty offices outside of AF minimum requirements, additional training opportunities, and the JAG’s career goals. The ANG SSJA should draw on personal experience to inform these conversations, recognizing and stressing that one’s development path is unique but can be informed by looking to the paths of those who have gone before, including ANG judge advocates in other states.
 
  1. Work closely with unit SJAs and Commanders to ensure JAGs and paralegals have opportunities to broaden their experience at the appropriate stages of their careers. In particular, discuss with the unit SJAs desired quadrennial tour possibilities, and future in resident JAG school courses for all JAGs and paralegals. This responsibility becomes particularly keen in those states with opportunity to serve as defense counsel, and those states with JAGs assigned to non-traditional missions, such as Air Operations Groups, RPA units, or Cyber-defense units.
 
  1. DEFENSE SERVICES: The MI ANG SSJA is the primary JAG responsible to ensure appropriate representation is available to all MI ANG members with a need for defense services. To that end, the ANG SSJA must be fully engaged in oversight of defense counsel services within Michigan, including the current requirement to manage any defense counsel assigned.
 
  1. SPECIAL COMMAND PROGRAMS: The MI ANG SSJA must work closely with the subordinate offices in the various special command programs. These programs include investigations and inspections.
 
  1. INVESTIGATIONS: The MI ANG SSJA must fully engage in oversight of legal issues involved in various investigations. These investigations can range from CDIs to sexual investigations done by NGB OCI. In this area, the MI ANG SSJA is responsible to:
 
  1. Assist unit SJAs in advising commanders on the appropriate use of Commander Directed Investigations.
  2. Serve as the state expert on matters involving reprisal, restriction, and retaliation in the ANG.  In this regard, it is expected the MI ANG SSJA will work closely with the state and wing IGs when such allegations arise.
  3. Assist unit SJAs in advising on sexual assault allegation investigations.  The MI ANG SSJA, in close coordination with the full-time state JAG, must play a central role in coordinating air component sexual assault investigations with OCI.
  4. INSPECTIONS: The AF Inspection System emphasis on self-assessment, TJAG’s statutory responsibilities under the UCMJ Article 6 to make frequent inspections of the field, and lack of clarity for ANG JA inspection requirements combine to make effective inspection of ANG legal offices a difficult task. The MI ANG SSJA is in a position to ameliorate these difficulties and ensure ANG legal programs are operating effectively. In this area, the ANG SSJA is responsible to conduct oversight of subordinate wing legal office’s self-assessment evaluations and the MICT process.
 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 application package to:  HQMIANG.JFHQ.Workflow@us.af.mil
 
1.  DO NOT send application directly to the DOSA 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 517-481-8275 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. Military Personnel Report on Individual Personnel (RIP) from either the vMPF or MilPDS no more than 30 days old.
      b. An official fitness score of 75% or higher within 1 year. All fitness tests must be current in the Air Force “MyFitness” application available through the MyFSS Community Page).
     c. Last five OPRs
     d. Resume
     e. Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
3.  Applications must be received by 2359 hours on the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the Director of Staff Office: Lt Col Ryan Kristof 517-481-8275.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  21-80 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 23 JUL 2021  CLOSING DATE: 23 AUG 2021 
POSITION TITLE: MATERIEL MANAGEMENT
POSITION GRADE: E-6/TSGT
POSITION AFSC: 2S071
ASVAB: M     A 41 G 44  E     PER AFECD DUAL APTITUDE (OR)
LOCATION: BATTLE CREEK, MI
 
110 LOGISTICS READINESS SQUADRON
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-4/SrA
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-4/SrA
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-4/SrA
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-6/TSgt
 
(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 over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
Specialty Summary
 
Directs materiel management activities involved in developing, operating, implementing and analyzing manual and automated integrated logistics systems. Manages item and monetary accounting, inventory control, financial planning and warehousing functions. Monitors and operates the Integrated Logistics Systems-Supply (ILS-S) and associated logistics systems interfaces. When assigned to combat support or enabler organizations, provides materiel management expertise as related to ILS-S processes, accountable officer, responsible officer, and responsible person obligations. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 155100.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Manages materiel management activities and systems involved in requirements determination, inventory control, storage and issues of supplies and equipment.
  • Computes requirement, determines allowance, and researches and identifies materiel requirements. Performs operations involved in storage inspection, and identification of property.
  • Performs inventories and ensures timely correction of discrepancies. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities.
  • Inspects and identifies property. Determines condition of property received. Performs shelf-life inspections of stock.
  • Develops methods and improves procedures for storing property. Plans use of storage facilities. Stores, issues, ships and transfers property. Controls issue of classified, sensitive, pilferable and controlled items.
  • Coordinates with maintenance activities on repairable component actions. Controls and issues bench stock property. Obtains material required for equipment modification, periodic component exchange and bills of material in support of maintenance. Accounts for all items contained in mobility readiness spares packages.
  • Provides materiel management expertise to combat support, enabler organizations and responsible officers for the proper accounting and control of specified classes of supply. Reviews and validates requirements. When required, initiates follow-up actions on materiel requirements. Coordinates equipment transfer and deployment actions with the accountable officer.
  • Plans and schedules materiel storage and distribution activities.
  • Processes information retrievals using materiel management system databases. Manages materiel management related systems and hardware. Performs operator maintenance on materiel management related systems and hardware. Applies system security policy and procedures to prevent unauthorized changes to information. Distributes materiel management computer products.
  • Acts as a subject matter expert to the commander on the operation of materiel management systems and operations. Monitors Defense Data Network traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System. Ensures database integrity and makes necessary corrections.
  • Controls and operates the Remote Processing Station (RPS).
  • Monitors systems processing and corrects processing errors. Monitors materiel management traffic through use of the Materiel Management Interface System and takes corrective action. Maintains liaison with the Standard Systems Group, MAJCOMs and the servicing Defense Megacenters, to identify and correct problems.
  • Develops database retrieval scripts for materiel management support analyses.
  • Operates motor vehicles and assorted materiel handling equipment.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of basic mathematics, materiel management policies and procedures, Air Force property accounting, stock and inventory control, accountability and responsibility, principles of property accounting through manual or automated data processing (ADP), storage methods, warehouse control (issue and disposal), materiel handling techniques, methods of preparing and maintaining materiel management records, manual and automated materiel management accounting systems, logistics principles and interactions(materiel management, maintenance, transportation, and procurement), hazardous material and waste procedures, and deployment or contingency operations.
  • Education. For entry into this AFSC, completion of high school with a course in mathematics is desirable.
  • Training. For award of AFSC 2S031, completion of a basic materiel management course is mandatory.
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 3.4.1. 2S051. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2S031. Also, experience is mandatory in preparing and maintaining documentation and records associated with materiel management.
  • 2S071. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2S051. Also, experience is mandatory supervising storage facilities, analyzing trends in stockage policy and customer support, and operating contingency processing functions.
  • 2S091. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2S071. Also, experience is mandatory managing functions such as computing stock control levels; receiving, storing, and issuing property.
 
 
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: 3.5.1. See attachment 4 for entry requirements.
  • For award and retention of these AFSCs, must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.
  • Retraining into the 2S0XX career field within the Air Force Reserves and Air National Guard is restricted to the grades of E-6 and below with less than 10 years of Total Federal Military Service.

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:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
 
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). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe 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.  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.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 21-82 TOUR LENGTH : INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 23 JUL 2021 CLOSING DATE: 23 AUG 2021
POSITION TITLE: HEALTH SERVICES ADMINISTRATOR
POSITION GRADE: O-4/MAJ
POSITION AFSC: 41A3
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE ANGB, MI
 
127 MEDICAL GROUP
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-1/2ND Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-1/2nd Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: O-1/2nd Lt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: O-4/Maj
 
* PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO FULL GRADE OF POSITION UPON CONTROL GRADE AVAILABILITY
 (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
 
THIS IS A DUAL BID WITH TECHNICIAN ANNOUNCEMENT 21-216.  IF THIS POSITION IS FILLED UNDER THE TECHNICIAN VACANCY THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE CANCELLED.  IF YOU WISH TO APPLY FOR BOTH ANNOUNCEMENTS YOU MUST APPLY TO EACH ONE.

POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Manages health services activities, including plans and operations, managed care, human resource
management, logistics management, patient administration, budgetary and fiscal management, medical manpower, medical facility management, biometrics, medical recruiting, and aeromedical evacuation. Directs the hospital accreditation program and management improvement studies. Related DoD Occupational Group: 260900 and 260800.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Formulates, interprets, and implements policy. Plans and organizes activities associated with peacetime and wartime health services administration, such as manpower, medical logistics, medical food service, hospitalization and aeromedical evacuation of patients, medical facilities management, repair, maintenance, construction, modification, and housekeeping, equipment maintenance and repair, information systems, clinical engineering, inpatient and outpatient records, and morale and welfare services for patients and medical personnel.
  • Coordinates health services programs. Coordinates with comptroller, civil engineering, civilian and federal agencies, and other Air Force functions and activities to execute health services programs. Advises the medical professional staff and other staff health services officers on administrative matters pertaining to health services programs. Maintains liaison with civilian, military, and other federal activities to keep current in areas of interest to health services administration.
  • Monitors and directs health services programs. Interprets and directs the implementation of policies governing health services programs. Directs the management of health services functions such as medical logistics, fiscal management, managed care, human resource management, patient administration, aeromedical evacuation, medical facility construction, modification, and design, and medical research administration. Develops financial plans and budget estimates for Air Force health services programs. Directs the preparation of biometric reports, directives, correspondence, and memoranda pertaining to health services administration. Controls utilization of health services program funds in collaboration with the medical commander and comptroller. Prepares and exercises emergency, disaster, and defense plans, and monitors readiness training. Integrates cost management, quality and access to care issues into health services programs.
  • AFSC 41AXA: Health Facilities officers apply knowledge of architecture and engineering to replace, modernize and repair health care facilities. Provide guidance on functional and technical criteria specific to medical facility design, construction and outfitting.
  • Programs, plans and develops medical facilities projects. Reviews plans, specifications, and other supporting data for their technical, medical, and functional sufficiency.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: Air Force health services management; hospital administration and practice; contractual and accounting fundamentals; quality management; human resource management; and biometrics. 4A1X1: Knowledge of construction or architecture principles for facility planning, design, and construction.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, one of the following is mandatory:
  • A graduate degree in Health Administration, Healthcare Administration (or equivalent), Healthcare Management, Health Management and Policy, Health Services Administration (or equivalent), Hospital Administration (or equivalent), Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Statistics, Information Systems Management, Health Information Management, Health Information Technology, Emergency Management, Architecture*, Architectural Engineering*, Civil Engineering*, Construction Management or other closely related degree.
  • An undergraduate in Health Administration, Healthcare Administration (or equivalent), Healthcare Management, Health Management and Policy, Health Services Administration (or equivalent), Hospital Administration (or equivalent), Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Statistics, Information Systems Management, Emergency Management, Biomedical Engineering, Clinical Engineering and Health Management/Health Systems Engineering, Information Management, Health Information Technology, Architecture*, Architectural Engineering*, Civil Engineering*, Construction Management*, Operations Research or other closely-related degree.
  • Training. For award of AFSC 41A3\A, completion of the basic health services administration course is mandatory.
  • Experience. For award of AFSC 41A3\A, officers must have at least 12 months experience in one of the MSC core functions, which are prescribed as facility management, health facilities, health plan management, medical resources, healthcare information management and information technology, medical logistics, and medical readiness (including aeromedical evacuation), and must have the approval of their unit’s senior ranking MSC.
  • Other. Not used.
 
Specialty Shredouts:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • A Health Facilities Architect/ Possess a BS or higher degree in architecture or design from an institution Engineer/Construction Manager* accredited by the National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB); or a BS or
  • higher in architectural engineering or civil engineering from an institution accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET); or a BS or higher in construction management from an institution accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. *Only applicable to Active Duty

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:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
 
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). All fitness test will be current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d. Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715,
 
DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe 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.  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.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  21-85 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 20 JUL 2021 CLOSING DATE: 20 AUG 2021 
POSITION TITLE: AEROSPACE PROPULSION
POSITION GRADE: E-5/SSGT
POSITION AFSC: 2A651C
ASVAB: M 56  A     G     E     PER AFECD
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE, MI
 
191 MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-4/SrA
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-4/SrA
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE: E-4/SrA
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-5/SSgt
 
 (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 over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Inspects, maintains, modifies, tests, and repairs propellers, turboprop and turboshaft engines, jet engines, small gas turbine engines, and engine ground support equipment (SE). Manages aerospace propulsion functions and activities. Related DOD Occupational Subgroup: 160100.
 
 
 
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Plans, organizes, and directs aerospace propulsion maintenance activities. Interprets and implements directives and publications pertaining to maintenance functions, including environmentally safe maintenance practices. Determines resource requirements, including facilities, equipment, and supplies. Inspects and evaluates maintenance activities.
  • Advises, performs troubleshooting, performs engine health management, and determines repair procedures on aircraft engines. Diagnoses and repairs malfunctions using technical publications and Interactive Electronics Technical Manuals (IETMS). Solves maintenance problems by studying drawings, wiring and schematic diagrams, technical instructions, and analyzing operating characteristics of aircraft engines and propellers. Inspects, certifies, and approves completed maintenance actions.
  • Removes, installs, inspects, repairs, and modifies engines, engine modules and components, and propellers and propeller components. Disassembles and assembles engines and propellers adhering to prescribed procedures. Prepares engines and propellers for installation, storage, or transportation. Tests components using bench mockups and test equipment. Installs and removes engines on test stands, and operates, evaluates, and performs test stand functions on engines. Accomplishes operator maintenance on test stands. Inspects and maintains engine ground SE. Operates and performs operator inspections on related SE. Selects, uses, and cares for special tools, hand tools, and test equipment. Uses and disposes of hazardous waste and materials.
  • Analyzes, interprets, and recommends maintenance actions based on unscheduled engine removals and engine monitoring system data. Coordinates with the base engine manager to analyze scheduled engine removals; recommends forecast actions to the weekly or monthly maintenance schedules.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: mechanical, hydro mechanical, electrical, and hydraulics principles applying to jet and turboprop engines, and propellers; oil analysis principles; wear metal criteria and guidelines; concepts and application of maintenance directives; using and interpreting diagrams and technical publications; and the proper handling, use, and disposal of hazardous waste and materials.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in general science, mechanics, or mathematics is desirable.
  • Training. For award of AFSC 2A631C/D/E or H, completion of a basic, suffix specific, aerospace propulsion maintenance course is mandatory.
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 3.4.1. 2A651C. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A631C. Also, experience in functions such as installing, maintaining, isolating malfunctions, or repairing aircraft turbine engines.
  • 2A651F. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A631D or 2A631E. Also, experience in functions such as installing, maintaining, or repairing aircraft turbine engines or propellers.
  • 2A651H. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A631H. Also, experience in functions such as installing, maintaining, isolating malfunctions or repairing aircraft turbine engines or propellers.
  • 2A671C. Qualification in and passion of AFSC 2A651C. Also, experience performing or supervising repair functions involving installation, repair, testing, or modification of engines.
  • 2A671F. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A651F. Also, experience performing or supervising functions involving installation, repair, testing, or modification of engines.
  • 2A671H. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A651H. Also, experience performing or supervising functions involving installation, repair, analyzing and isolating malfunctions, testing, or modification of engines and/or propellers.
  • 2A691. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A671F. Also, experience managing or directing repair activities for aerospace aircraft engines, propellers, and associated maintenance functions.
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated:  For entry into this specialty:  Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
  • See attachment 4 for additional entry requirements.
  • For award and retention of these AFSCs: 3.5.2.1. Must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.
  • Specialty requires routine access to Tier 3 (T3) information, systems or similar classified environment.
  • Completion of a current T3 Investigation required IAW DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program, is mandatory.
  • NOTE: Award of the entry level without a completed T3 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16 -1405.
 
Specialty Shredouts:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • C TF33, CF6, F103, F108, F117, TFE-731, TF39, PW 2040, F138 Jet Engines (Airlift, Special Mission, and B-52 aircraft)
  • D F100, F119, F135 Jet Engines (F-15, F16, F-22 aircraft)
  • E F101, F110, F118, TF34 Jet Engines (A-10, B-1, B-2, F-16, U-2 aircraft)
  • F F100, F101, F110, F118, F119, F135, TF34 Jet Engines (A-10, B-1, B-2, F-15, F-16, F-22, F-35, U-2 aircraft)
  • H Turboprop and Turboshaft Propulsion (helicopter, propeller, tiltrotor aircraft)
  • NOTE: Shredout C is applicable at the 1-, 3-, 5-, and 7- skill levels only.
  • Shredout D is applicable at the 1- and 3-skill levels only.
  • Shredout E is applicable at the 1- and 3-skill levels only.
  • Shredout F is applicable at the 5- and 7- skill level only.
  • Shredout H is applicable at the 1- 3-, 5-, and 7-skill levels only.
 

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:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
 
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). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe 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.  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.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 21-86 TOUR LENGTH : CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 20 JUL 2021 CLOSING DATE: 30 JUL 2021
POSITION TITLE: AIRCRAFT ARMAMENT SYSTEMS
POSITION GRADE: E-7/MSGT
POSITION AFSC: 2W171
ASVAB: M 60  A     G     E 45  PER AFECD DUAL APTITUDE (OR)
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE ANGB, MI
 
127 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
 
(TWO VACANCIES)
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD (127 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE SQUADRON ONLY)
MINIMUM GRADE: E-6/TSgt
*MAXIMUM GRADE: E-6/TSgt
 
(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 over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
Specialty Summary
 
Loads and unloads nuclear and nonnuclear munitions, explosives, and propellant devices on aircraft. Manages, controls, maintains, and installs aircraft bomb, rocket, and missile release, launch, suspension, and monitor systems; guns and gun mounts; and related munitions handling, loading, and test equipment. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 164600.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Loads, unloads, and positions munitions on aircraft. Loads, positions, performs safing operations, and unloads munitions. Uses handling, loading, and checkout procedures and equipment. Tests suspension, launch, and release systems for retentive locking, and manual or electrical release. Analyzes malfunctions. Performs functional checks of launch and suspension systems. Prepares munitions and inspects post loading weapons. Operates handling and loading equipment, and mates munitions with aircraft release, launch, and suspension systems. Loads and services aircraft gun systems. Tests electrical and electronic circuitry for continuity, voltage, and proper operation. Tests for unwanted electrical signal or power before connecting electrically actuated explosives and propellants. Installs ground safety devices on munition and gun system components to prevent inadvertent detonation, launching, or firing. Inserts and removes impulse cartridges associated with fuel tanks and pylons. Adjusts and installs fuses, boosters, and delay elements in conventional munitions.
  • Inspects, repairs, and maintains aircraft release, launch, suspension, and monitor systems; aircraft guns; and related equipment. Operates, inspects, and performs operator maintenance on related munitions handling, loading, and test equipment. Examines for visual defects and proper installation of systems components such as munitions ejector racks, loading and suspension devices, shackles, rocket pods, pylons, aircraft ammunition, boosters, and feed chutes. Boresights and performs after-firing inspection of aircraft guns. Examines aircraft guns for defects. Analyzes malfunctions of munitions launch, release, suspension, and monitor systems, and associated handling and loading equipment. Disassembles, repairs, or replaces mechanical, electrical, electronic, and pneudraulic mechanisms of launch and release systems, and aircraft gun systems. Removes, disassembles, and inspects parts and subassemblies for damage, rust, corrosion, or acceptable clearances and tolerances. Makes adjustments and applies lubricants and preservatives. Performs serviceability tests on aircraft guns, gun systems, and munitions associated suspension equipment.
  • Performs armament systems maintenance functions. Modifies munitions launch, release, suspension, and monitor systems to improve efficiency. Determines probable effect of modifications on future maintenance and operational problems.
  • Plans, organizes, and directs aircraft armament systems maintenance activities. Establishes and evaluates performance and training standards, maintenance controls, and procedures. Checks methods and techniques used to load and unload munitions on aircraft, to repair and maintain aircraft release and gun systems, and to maintain, repair, and modify associated equipment. Ensures compliance with policies, directives, and safety procedures. Analyzes productivity and work quality. Evaluates operational efficiency of aircraft guns and munitions systems, and recommends modification.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: electricity; principles of physics, mechanics, electronics, and ballistics applying to munitions launch, release, suspension, fusing, and arming systems, and aircraft gun systems; use of precision measuring tools and equipment; interpreting schematics and wiring diagrams; concepts and application of maintenance directives; nuclear and nonnuclear munitions loading and safety procedures; and proper handling, use, and disposal of hazardous waste and materials.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school or General Education Development equivalency is mandatory. Also, completion of courses in mechanics or basic electronics is desirable.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 3.3.1. AFSC 2W131X. Completion of a suffix specific basic aircraft armament systems course.
  • AFSC 2W191. Completion of the Advanced Aircraft Armament Systems course J3AZR2W191 0A1A, PDS Code 08E (effective 31 March 2013). NOTE: Not mandatory for Air Reserve Component (ARC).
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 3.4.1. 2W151. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2W131C/E/F/J/K/L/N/Q or Z. Also, experience loading and unloading munitions, or maintaining, repairing, and modifying munitions launch, release, suspension, or aircraft gun systems.
  • 2W171. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2W151. Also, experience performing or supervising functions such as loading and unloading munitions, or maintaining, repairing, and modifying munitions launch, release, suspension, or aircraft gun systems.
  • 2W191. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2W171. Also, experience managing and controlling functions such as loading and unloading munitions, or maintaining, repairing, and modifying munitions launch, release, suspension, or aircraft gun systems.
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: 3.5.1. See attachment 4 for additional entry requirements.
  • For entry, award, and retention of these AFSCs: 3.5.2.1. Must not have chronic untreated mental health conditions.
  • Normal depth perception as defined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examinations and Standards.
  • Normal color vision as defined in AFI 48-123.
  • Must possess a valid state driver’s license to operate government motor vehicles (GMV) in accordance with AFI 24-301, Vehicle Operations.
  • Retraining into the 2W1XX career field within the Air Force (Active, Reserves and Air National Guard) is restricted to the grades of E-7 and below with less than 15 years of total federal military service.
  • For award and retention of these AFSCs, must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.
  • Specialty requires routine access to Tier 3 (T3) information, systems or similar classified environments. For award and retention of AFSCs 2W1XX, completion of a current T3 Investigation required IAW DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16-1405, Air Force Personnel Security Program, is mandatory.
  • NOTE: Award of the entry level without a completed T3 Investigation is authorized provided an interim Secret security clearance has been granted according to DoDM 5200.02, AFMAN 16 -1405.
 
Specialty Shredouts:
 
  • Suffix Portion of AFS to Which Related
  • C A-10
  • E F-15
  • F F-16
  • J F-35
  • K B-52/B-2
  • L B-1
  • N F-22
  • Q RPA (MQ-1/MQ-9)
  • Z All Other
  • NOTE: Suffixes are authorized only at the 1- and 3-skill levels.

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:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
 
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). All fitness test will be current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d. Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe 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.  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.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  21-78 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 08 JUL 2021  CLOSING DATE: 08 AUG 2021 
POSITION TITLE: AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
POSITION GRADE: O-4/MAJ
POSITION AFSC: 021A3
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE, MI
 
191ST MAINTENANCE OPS FLIGHT
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE O-3/Capt
*MAXIMUM GRADE O-4/Maj
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE O-3/Capt
*MAXIMUM GRADE O-4/Maj
 
* PROMOTION POTENTIAL TO FULL GRADE OF POSITION UPON CONTROL GRADE AVAILABILITY
(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
 
POSITION INFORMATION
Specialty Summary
 
Leads, trains, and equips personnel supporting aerospace equipment sustainment and operations. Manages maintenance and modification of aircraft and associated equipment. Administers aircraft maintenance programs and resources. Directs aircraft maintenance production, staff activity, and related materiel programs. Assesses unit capability and advises senior leadership. Related DoD Occupational Groups: 240400.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Directs aircraft maintenance mission generation and repair network activities. Maintains workforce discipline and responds to personnel issues while balancing workforce availability and skill levels with operational requirements. Works with functional managers to develop, formulate, and manage fiscal resources. Instills maintenance discipline, security awareness and force protection concepts. Ensures accuracy of documentation, i.e. aircraft forms and automated systems. Ensures adherence to technical data, policy, procedures, and safe maintenance practices.
  • Develops, coordinates, and executes flying and maintenance schedules. Manages aircraft configuration; daily aircraft servicing, weapons loading, launch, recovery, and repair; periodic aircraft maintenance inspections; and flightline safety and foreign object damage (FOD) prevention and dropped object programs (DOP). Manages overall aircraft fleet health and ensures aircraft availability to execute mission requirements. Analyzes aircraft maintenance indicators to identify trends and initiates corrective actions.
  • Directs maintenance activities that may include aircraft propulsion, pneudraulics, egress, fuel systems, electro-environmental, Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) and avionics systems. Also may include management of aerospace ground equipment, structural repair, low-observable repair, corrosion control, machine, welding, inspection, aero-repair, crash, damaged, disabled aircraft recovery, non-destructive inspection, and off-equipment munitions and armament suspension equipment.
  • Manages quality assurance, maintenance training, budget and resource management, analysis, facilities, shared resources to include end-of-runway and weapons load training. Manages plans and programs, modifications, and modernizations requirements.
  • Formulates maintenance plans and policies to meet unit tasking. Assesses unit maintenance capability in support of combat related operational plans and provides inputs for capability assessments for each plan. Defines aircraft maintenance procedures and requirements in response to emergency or contingency situations.
  • Coordinates core logistics requirements supporting aircraft maintenance operations. Establishes support requirements for supply requisition, repair cycle, delivery, combat support, ground and aerial port transportation, base support plans, and munitions requirements.
  • Directs and manages wholesale logistics life cycle sustainment support. Coordinates production schedules to include induction and selling systems. Defines technical problems and economic factors related to research and development, and system operational data to evaluate programs, assess trends, and identify improvements and deficiencies. Manages weapons system programs, funding of depot maintenance workloads, and transportation distribution systems. Manages logistics tests and evaluation on new acquisition programs and aircraft modifications.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. The following knowledge is mandatory for award of the AFSC: maintenance and personnel management procedures, and organizational and mission requirements; capabilities, limitations, and basic operating principles of aircraft systems and components; theory of flight and airframe construction; life cycle sustainment, quality assurance; supply, transportation, logistics plans, contracting, flying operations, munitions, and other unit operations related to aircraft maintenance units.
  • Education. For entry education requirements see Appendix A, 21A CIP Education Matrix.
  • Training. For award of the 21A3, completion of a formal AETC entry-level training course; minimum of 24 months assigned to a 21A position (Group Commanders may extend this requirement) and completion of the education and training requirements specified in the Aircraft Maintenance Officer Training Task List.
  • Experience. For award of AFSC 21A3, a minimum of 24 months of experience managing aircraft maintenance activities is mandatory.
  • Other. Not used.

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:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
 
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). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe 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.  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.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:  21-12 TOUR LENGTH :  INITIAL TOUR FOUR YEARS / CONTINUATION TOUR SIX YEARS
OPENING DATE: 07 JUL 2021 CLOSING DATE: 07 AUG 2021 
POSITION TITLE: AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL MAINTENANCE
POSITION GRADE: E-5/SSGT
POSITION AFSC: 2A753
ASVAB: M  47  A     G    E     PER AFECD
LOCATION: SELFRIDGE, MI
 
191st MAINTENANCE SQUADRON
 
EXTENSION
WHO CAN APPLY:
 
AREA 1:  ON-BOARD PERMANENT ACTIVE GUARD RESERVE (AGR) OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 2:  OPEN TO ALL CURRENT TRADITIONAL GUARD MEMBERS OF THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-5/SSgt
 
AREA 3:  OPEN TO THOSE ELIGIBLE FOR ENLISTMENT IN THE MICHIGAN AIR NATIONAL GUARD
MINIMUM GRADE E-3/A1C
*MAXIMUM GRADE E-5/SSgt
 
(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 over grade MUST indicate in writing a willingness to be administratively reduced in grade in accordance with AFI 36-2502, Administrative Demotion of Airmen. Acceptance of demotion MUST be in writing and included in the application package.
 
POSITION INFORMATION
 
Specialty Summary
 
Designs, repairs, modifies and fabricates aircraft, metal, plastic, composite, advanced composite, low observables, and bonded structural parts and components. Applies preservative treatments to aircraft, missiles, and support equipment (SE). Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 160300.
 
 
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
 
  • Assembles structural parts and components to meet requirements for preserving structural integrity and low observable qualities. Assesses damage to aircraft structural components and low observable coatings. Advises on structural and low observable repair, modification, and corrosion protection treatment with respect to original strength, weight, and contour to maintain structural and low observable integrity. Ensures aircraft component balance is maintained. Assembles repairs using special fasteners and adhesives. Checks repairs for serviceability according to specifications and technical publications. Manufactures jigs, fixtures, forms, and molds.
  • Paints aircraft, missiles, and support equipment (SE). Identifies, removes, and treats corrosion using mechanical and chemical procedures. Applies corrosion protective and low observable coatings. Applies aircraft paint schemes and markings.
  • Uses metalworking equipment and tools to form, cut, bend, and fasten replacement or repair parts to damaged structures and components. Fabricates, repairs, and assembles tubing and cable assemblies for aerospace weapon systems and SE. Maintains and inspects tools and equipment. Performs operator maintenance and service inspections on shop equipment and tools. Ensures lockout and tagout procedures are accomplished prior to performing shop equipment maintenance. Stores, handles, and disposes of hazardous waste and materials according to environmental standards.
  • Inspects structures and components and determines operational status. Interprets inspection findings, and determines corrective action adequacy. Posts entries and maintains maintenance and inspection records. Recommends methods to improve equipment performance and maintenance procedures. Uses automated maintenance systems. Inputs, validates, and analyzes data processed to automated systems. Clears and closes out completed maintenance discrepancies in automated maintenance systems.
 
Specialty Qualifications:
 
  • Knowledge. Knowledge is mandatory of: aircraft construction features; identification and characteristics of aerospace materials; repair of metal, tubing, cable, plastic, fiberglass, bonded honeycomb, and composite structural components; shop drawing and sheet metal layout techniques; shop mathematics; corrosion identification, removal, repair, and prevention; cleaning of metals; application of protective coatings, low observable materials, and markings; proper use, mixing, and storage of acids, solvents, alcohol, caustics, primers, and paints; and proper handling and disposal of hazardous waste and materials.
  • Education. For entry into this specialty, completion of high school with courses in mathematics, algebra, chemistry, physics, mechanical drawing, and metal working is desirable.
  • Training. The following training is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: For award of AFSC 2A733, completion of a basic aircraft structural maintenance course is mandatory.
  • Experience. The following experience is mandatory for award of the AFSC indicated: 2A753. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A733. Also, experience in functions such as fabricating, repairing, assembling, or installing aircraft metals, plastics, fiberglass, composites, or honeycomb parts; or corrosion identification, removal, and applying coatings and markings.
  • 2A773. Qualification in and possession of AFSC 2A753. Also, experience supervising functions dealing with corrosion identification, prevention, and repair; applying protective coatings and markings; or fabricating, assembling, and repairing metal, fiberglass, composites, honeycomb, and plastics.
  • Other. The following are mandatory as indicated: See attachment 4 for entry requirements.
  • For award and retention of these AFSCs: must maintain local network access IAW AFI 17-130, Cybersecurity Program Management and AFMAN 17-1301, Computer Security.

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:  ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
 
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). All fitness test will be
current in the Air Force Fitness Management System (AFFIMS II).
 
     d.  Please combine all documents into one PDF file.
 
*Applications without all the required supporting documentation will not be considered and will not be returned.
 
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: MSgt Stephanie Bagley 517-481-7715, DSN 623-9715.  Prior approval required for last minute faxed applications.    

NOTES

EEO POLICYThe 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.  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.
 
7.  Voluntary release from the AGR program prior to completion of tour is contingent upon approval of the Adjutant General of Michigan. 
 

Contact

AIR: ng.mi.miarng.mbx.air-agr@mail.mil
ARMY: ng.mi.miarng.mbx.hro-staffing@mail.mil