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                     JOINT FORCES TITLE 32 AGR VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT
                             DIVISION OF MILITARY & NAVAL AFFAIRS
                                           ATTN: MNHF-AGR
                                      330 OLD NISKAYUNA ROAD
                                   LATHAM, NEW YORK 12110-3514
                     Army: (518) 786-4883 / (518) 786-4626 DSN: 489-4883 / 489-4626
                                     kyle.murphy@us.army.mil
                                      paul.j.cox@us.army.mil

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: JB10-006
OPENING DATE: 6 December 2009                               Minimum Grade: E4/SPC
CLOSING DATE: 5 January 2010                                Maximum Grade: E5/SGT
                                                            Number of Positions: 1
SPMD: NYO 2039-020
Position title/series and grade: NBC Team Member
LINE: 006/04
MOS/AOC: 74D20

SALARY: Full Military Pay and Allowances, depending on rank and longevity of Soldier.

LOCATION: 24th CST-WMD, Fort Hamilton, Bldg 110, Brooklyn, NY 11228

Permanent Change of Station (PCS) may be authorized if in the best interest of the government.

SELECTING OFFICIAL: Selection Board

OPEN CATEGORY OF CONSIDERATION: CAT 2

DEFINITION OF CATEGORY OF CONSIDERATION:
CAT 1 = Applicants will be accepted ONLY from current (ON BOARD) AGR NYARNG members.
CAT 2 = Applicants will be accepted form ALL SOURCES (Traditional, AGR & Prior Service).
Nationwide - All Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, Army National Guard/Reserve, Active Duty
from all components, prior service, non-prior service, all sources.

Minimum Grade is: E4/SPC
The known promotion potential for this position is: E5/SGT

REQUIRED SECURITY CLEARANCE: Secret

APPOINTMENT FACTORS: In accordance with AR 135-18 all Commissioned Officers and
Warrant Officers must be AOC/MOS qualified for position advertised. AGR Soldiers, who have the
required MOS or AOC, or the potential to acquire the required MOS or AOC within 12 months after
assignment, will be considered qualified for career advancement.

NEW HIRES: If selected, as per NGR 600-5, it is a requirement to stay in your new position for
the first 36 months. After the 36 month stabilization period you will be eligible for all
promotion opportunities. Filling this position may be precluded due to funding and manpower
limitations.

For official use only Control Number: A10-025
                                 CST Appointment Factors:

IAW NGR 500-3, CST Members are subject to long hours, frequent deployments and
short alert notice. Potential to perform operations supporting an actual or suspected
incident involving a WMD/CBRNE release or attack is likely. CST members are on call
24/7/365 and must reside within reasonable distance to assigned duty station in order
to meet DA and DoD established response time. The response-cycle requires CST
members to remain in close proximity to assigned duty station during various time
periods throughout the year. All CST positions are physically demanding and require
team members to maintain a high-level of physical readiness, must be able pass the
record APFT within the first six months of assignment (2 times per year) and pass the
OSHA Respiratory Protection Physical. CST members are required to attend and
complete required Civil Support courses and become MOS qualified within the first 12
months of their initial AGR tour (Ref AR 600-5). CST members are required to work
with, and wear, the SCBA (Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus) and wear the Level-A,
fully encapsulated protective suit in confined areas. All CST members must be able to
obtain a SECRET clearance and are required to remain assigned to the CST for a
minimum period of 36 months. Attention to detail, time management, multi-tasking
and organizational skills are required for this position. CST members will uphold the
highest standards of conduct and personal appearance. CST members will ensure
that outside employment will not impact the unit mission accomplishment or unit
readiness; associations and off-duty conduct/activities must remain consistent with
federal directives on ethics and with state and federal conflict of interest policies.


APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Deployed overseas soldiers are only required to submit an NGB form 34-1, DMNA Form 10,
and any additional documents they can provide.

All application packets must be complete with all supporting documentation when submitted.
Any packets submitted without all required documents, will be returned. If a packet is returned
to you, there will be a list of what was missing and you will be allowed to resubmit your packet,
by the closing date, once you have all the required documents. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS
allowed to this policy.

ATTENTION: ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE FILLED OUT CORRECTLY!

Applicants must ensure that the job announcement number and position you are applying for
are included, questions are answered correctly and application is signed.

All emailed applications must be completed and submitted in their entirety. This office will not
accept additional paperwork after initial packet has been received.

THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS ARE:

- NGB Form 34-1
- DMNA Form 10
- DA Form 705 (no more than 6mos old), with passing height and weight.
- All member copy 4 of DD Form 214's from all active duty service. Not required for on board
NYARNG AGR personnel. On board AGR personnel will provide a copy of their RPAS/RPAM.
Active duty soldiers, who have not received a DD 214, will be allowed to submit theirs at a later
time once they have completed their active assignment.
- NGB Form 22
- ERB/ORB or a PQR in lieu of ERB/ORB.
- A copy of a valid driver's license (If selected, you must produce a copy of your record of
convictions from the DMV).
- Copies of last five (5) NCOER'S or OERS. Individuals in the rank of E4 and below, and
NCO'S or Officers with less than five (5) NCOER'S or OERS must provide a statement from
their Unit Commander as to their abilities and character of service.



Applications will be accepted from individuals who meet the prerequisites for NGR 600-5 and AR 135-18, as
outlined in this announcement. Soldiers who have been removed or resigned in lieu of adverse actions from any
Technician, Active Duty or AGR position are not eligible. Individual must be able to complete a three-year
initial tour of AD of FTNGD prior to completing 18 years of Active Service (AS) and the date if mandatory
removal from an active status is based on age or service (without any extensions) under any provisions of law
or regulation as prescribed be current directive. Filling and promotion of this position may be precluded due
to funding & manpower limitations.

								
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