THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED INDEFINITE SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a COMMAND & CONTROL SPECIALIST Title 32 Indefinite, Position Description Number D1491000 and is part of the NH 157th ARW, National Guard.
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As a COMMAND AND CONTROL SPECIALIST (Title 32), GS-2101-9, you will carry out essential duties of the wing, monitoring and carrying out duties involved with base-
wide security, emergency aircrew recall, and similar duties critical to the conduct of the mission assigned to the wing.
Major Duties (NOT an all-inclusive list) :
Transmit instructions to aircrews and support assets to coordinate launch, recall, execution, and terminating missions in support of operational events.
Learn and retain for instant recall and reference, a considerable body of knowledge related to Emergency Action Procedures.
Copy, decode, validate, process, and relay the message to appropriate personnel and complete checklist actions in response to any tasking received.
Establish priority actions based on a variety of situations and use judgement to resolve multiple tasking received simultaneously.
Control movement and status of the alert force and coordinate alert force requirements with key base agencies.
Serve as the key point of contact on all matters concerning crews, aircraft, the alert facility, Crisis Action Team, and the Command Post.
Provide a variety of briefings to a Crisis Action Team and the alert appropriate personnel.
Respond to numerous quick response situations.
Utilize a variety of communications security documents in accomplishing the mission.
Utilize numerous voice and record communication systems as the primary link to accomplish command and control duties and responsibilities.
Advise the commander of recommended command and control actions during operational events.
Gather information for operational reporting regarding significant events or incidents involving personnel and wing assets that require reporting.
Advise the commander on reporting requirements.
Prepare, determine classification and precedence, numbers, records, and release reports via voice and record copy.
Evaluate and interpret situations which could require multiple reports to be submitted on events that are ongoing.
Provide information to aircrews concerning clearances to operate aircraft, weather, and field conditions, divert airfield status, and pertinent operating and procedural instructions.
Monitor primary crash phone system, and activate and transmit emergency information on secondary crash circuits as required.
Prior to submission of flight data, will review and evaluate proposed flight plan for technical accuracy and compliance with appropriate directives.