Reviews, evaluates and analyzes obligations and expenditures. Prepares directorate or division summaries from reports submitted by Major Subordinate Commands (MSC). Summarizes and interprets significant data collected and relates this data to the organizations program actions; identifies and analyzes deficiencies in resource consumption, training, workload and scheduling, and evaluates deviations from standards, plans, and estimates to determine cause and impact on missions. Assists management in interpretation and utilization of reports and information provided. Develops various visual media to present trends, performance status, capability and related management information. Aids functional areas in identifying areas of record documentation and procedures that can be streamlined, combined or improved and initiates methods to operate under the new or revised system. Provides recommendations to subordinate organizations for proper management of programs. Recommends funding allocations and monitors expenditure to ensure allocations are being utilized as planned and are not being exceeded. Based on budget guidance received from higher headquarters, develops an annual budget for programs. Researches and interprets personnel and training regulations, DA Pam's, Circulars, and NGB guidance. Assists management in preparing guidelines and instructions to MSCs for development of the yearly State Operating Budget (SOB). Develops and prepares current year program spreadsheets. Advises management on timing of obligations and expenditures for Cooperative Agreement service contracts, equipment acquisitions and other unusual commitments. Formulates and reviews all Annual Funding Guidance/Programs (AFG/AFP) ensuring obligation authority is not exceeded and budget adjustments are properly staffed. Review trends and performs analysis of separate budget activities then provides information to management. Develops, collects, and maintains various historical data used to initiate planning, programming and execution of current and future training and operations programs. Performs other duties as assigned.
GS-09 Specialized Experience: Must possess 24 months of specialized experience which demonstrates your knowledge of the National Guard organizational structures, functions, procedures, and techniques; experience which demonstrates the ability to apply practices, theories, techniques, and methods of management; experience analyzing and interpreting policies and procedures of local management; experience gathering, assembling and analyzing facts; experience drawing conclusions and developing solutions to assigned problems; experience in working with people from various trades and backgrounds to elicit their cooperation to perform specific tasks, comply with regulations, laws or practices; and experience presenting and discussing complex matters in a clear and convincing manner.General Experience: Must possess experience in administrative, professional, investigative, technical or other responsible work which demonstrates analytical ability and a practical and theoretical knowledge of the functions, processes and principles of management; and experience using computer and automation systems.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:If you are a male applicant who was born after December 31, 1959, you are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act. You must certify at the time of appointment that you have registered with the Selective Service System, or are exempt from having to do so under Selective Service law.
Be advised that if selected for a military technician position where membership in a reserve component is a condition of employment, your bonus will be terminated and may or may not be subject to recoupment. Questions pertaining to recoupment may be directed to the State Incentives Manager at (573) 638-9500 extension 37647.
Pre-placement or baseline physical is required for newly hired personnel who may be potentially exposed to health hazards in the work environment or who are assigned to positions requiring specific standards of physical fitness.
Please do not send/fax/courier/email any applications or resumes to the National Guard Human Resources Office. You must apply on-line or fax your application to the fax number listed in this announcement with the prescribed Cover Letter. The Human Resources Office can only process materials received through USAJOBS.
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