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Wing Sexual Assault Response Coordinator

Air Force Civilian Service Albuquerque, NM

Job Description


Serves as the installation Sexual Assault Response Program Manager to comply with Department of Defense (DoD), Headquarters Air Force (HAF), and National Guard Bureau (NGB) requirements, developing and managing prevention and support programs and activities for sexual assault and victim needs, as directed by the commander. As the primary staff responsible for all related functions at the installation, manage, collaborate with, develops and maintains relationships directly affecting support provided to victims including (but not limited to) wing, state, or NGB victim assistance resources such as: Chaplains, Director of Psychological Health (DPH), Special Victim Council (SVC), NGB/A1 SAPR office, JFHQ SARC and VAC, wing and state judge advocate (SJA), Security Forces, First Sergeants, community support centers, such as rape-crisis centers, and state coalitions. Works with NGB and HAF SVC, Civilian Law Enforcement (CLE), Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Office of Complex Investigations (OCI), Office of Special Investigations (OSI), etc. when necessary to provide an ANG perspective relative to victim care. Works directly for the wing commander and vice wing commander, and collaborates with state Joint Force Headquarters, NGB/A1 SAPR office, etc. to ensure full victim support and execution of primary prevention measures. Works directly with The Adjutant General, Assistant Adjutant General, state Staff Judge Advocate and Public Affairs Officer in the absence of the State Joint Force Headquarter (JFHQ) Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) and Victim Advocate Coordinator (VAC). Responsible for obtaining knowledge, educating, and executing SAPR program for all base personnel on SAPR benefits according to their particular duty status: T32 Active Guard Reserve, T32 Dual status Technician, T32 Non dual status Technician, State Active Duty, DoD T5 Civilian, contractor, T10 Active duty (for associate wings and co-located base), etc. Reviews available guidelines including state and federal laws, regulations, state Uniform Code of Military Justice (as applicable), the Manual for Courts-Martial (as applicable), and other DoD, CNGBI, and Air Force-wide regulations and policies.


BASIC QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:  The basic qualification requirements are indicated below.  These qualification requirements must be met, in addition to any military requirements, in order to be found qualified for and selected to this position.

GENERAL EXPERIENCE:  Experience, education, or training which provides a general knowledge of principles of organization, management, administration and using computer and automation systems.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: (Please prepare written justification to the following KSAs as an attachment to your resume/application):

1. Comprehensive and thorough knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, issues, etc., relating to sexual assault, victim advocacy, and other acts of interpersonal violence to plan, organize, implement, and carry out the components of an interpersonal violence prevention and response program.
2. Thorough knowledge of a wide range of practices and procedures associated with victim advocacy, social services delivery systems and other elements of specialized social service programs, and behavioral or social science principles to direct the activities of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program at an Air Force wing or ANG wing.
3. Skill in applying knowledge to accomplish a variety of difficult and complex work assignments in carrying out the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program.
4. Ability to advise program officials, including the wings top leadership and wing personnel on the policies, practices, procedures, issues, and concerns associated with sexual assault and other acts of interpersonal violence and prevention, response, and victim advocacy.
5. Ability to function as liaison to wing and community organizations and offices to establish, maintain, and provide prevention programs and victim support in a wide variety of situations.
6. Ability to provide information and one-on-one assistance to individuals under difficult circumstances using sensitivity, tact, and caring.

QUALITY AND TYPE OF EXPERIENCE:  The required amount of experience/education will not in itself be accepted as proof of qualification.  The quality, type and scope of the experience/education must be of such nature as to demonstrate that applicants are fully qualified to perform the duties at the level for which they apply.

DOCUMENTATION:  Applicants must explain in detail, in the application, how the specialized experience was acquired, including applicable dates.  Applicants should include, with application, any training completion certificates/transcripts in the areas covered in the KSAs.

MILITARY COMPATIBILITY:  Individual selected must be assigned, prior to appointment, to a compatible Duty Air Force Specialty Code of: 38PX.

EDUCATION SUBSTITUTE:  Military education, related to the position, may be substituted for specialized experience on a day-for-day basis for qualification at the GS-09 level(s).  Certificates/diplomas must be submitted with application for award of credit.  Civilian education, above the high school level, may be substituted for specialized experience on a case-by-case basis.  Transcripts or equivalent must be submitted for award of credit.

APPOINTMENT REQUIREMENTS:  Excepted Civil Service.  Individual selected must be assigned to a commissioned officer position in the New Mexico Air National Guard.  Individual must wear the uniform as prescribed by National Guard Bureau policies and the Adjutant General of New Mexico.


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Other Information

RE-PROMOTION STATEMENT:  New Mexico Air National Guard technicians who were previously downgraded from a grade equal to, or higher than that advertised at the target grade in this announcement, and who are still receiving pay retention benefits from that downgrade, may be considered for this position as an exception to competition.  Technicians who desire re-promotion consideration must send a letter to the Human Resources Office, prior to the closing date of this announcement, requesting consideration for re-promotion.

RETENTION:  All applicants should consult with the 150th Retention office prior to accepting an AGR or full-time military technician position. Accepting a full-time position may affect incentives. Please contact MSgt Tim Walker @ 846-1370.

PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION (PCS) BENEFITS:  PCS benefits are not authorized.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:  The New Mexico National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Selection for a position will be made without regard to race, religion, national origin, sex, political affiliation, marital status, membership or non-membership in an employee organization, non-disqualifying physical handicap, age (except military requirement for excepted technicians) or any other non-merit factor.  Under Public Law 90-486, veterans preference is not applicable.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION:  This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate.  If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify the agency.  Determination for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.

If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/59 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency.

Job Details

Date Posted May 10, 2018
Date Closes June 9, 2018
Requisition 465480900
Located In Albuquerque, NM
SOC Category 00-0000.00

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