Job opening: INTEGRATED PRIMARY PREVENTION SPECIALIST (PREV WF) (T5)
Salary: $82 830 - 107 680 per year
Published at: Aug 31 2023
Employment Type: Full-time
THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 5 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a INTEGRATED PRIMARY PREVENTION SPECIALIST (PREV WF) (T5), Position Description Number T0062P01 and is part of the AL JFHQ AL Command Administrative Office, National Guard.
ORGANIZATION: JFHQ-IPP, MONTGOMERY, AL
SELECTING OFFICIAL: MS. S. NEAL
1. Responsible for the direction and technical oversight of all integrated primary prevention personnel; attends all meetings, briefings, and conferences as a lead representative of the integrated prevention program; and responsible for the full range of integrated prevention administrative requirements. Manages the integrated prevention resources and requirements to ensure continuous and efficient operations and develops and executes the integrated prevention fiscal year budget. Supports the IPPO in the execution of the continuous improvement and system integration functions of the state. Manages, plans, and coordinates a proactive continuous improvement culture that builds research based integrated prevention into daily office functioning. Oversees business process changes across all integrated primary prevention functional areas and leads the collaboration on complex interfaces with NG and state systems and similar related processes. Ensures subject matter experts provide assistance, consulting services and training for all assigned personnel, and community stakeholders when appropriate. Supports the IPPO in the execution of the internal programmatic review. Monitors and oversees all internal review ensuring compliance with all laws, regulations, policies, and procedures. Ensures effective liaison with external inspection agencies such as the NGB Integrated Prevention Workforce, and the Inspector General. (40%)
2. Administers and oversees the state integrated primary prevention workforce. Under the direction of the state IPPO, manages prevention workforce staff actions such as assignments, reviews, evaluations, awards, travel and pay and routing. Adheres to merit principles; develops a vision for the work unit; aligns performance expectations with organizational goals; maintains a safe work environment and promptly addresses allegations of noncompliance; takes immediate action if sexual harassment or other discriminatory/unfair treatment or retaliation is observed, suspected, or reported. Fosters a climate of dignity, respect and fairness; ensures continuing application of and compliance with applicable laws, regulations and policies governing prohibited personnel practices.
Conducts recurring state integrated primary prevention level meetings to review the short, medium, and long-range goals, plans, and milestones. Determines appropriate measure of program effectiveness. Homogenizes and synchronizes efforts across the Prevention Workforce. Assists the IPPO in the synchronization of prevention efforts with Commanders Intent and guidance from the State Sargent's Major. Compiles relevant data for reports, meetings, conferences, and reviews and submits to the IPPO for review and approval. Monitors higher, adjacent, and tactical level prevention workforce initiatives for messaging relevant to integrated primary prevention. Ensures messages are received and disseminated to subordinate elements. Ensures messages are received, understood, and complied with when appropriate. (30%)
3. Maintains regular and effective liaison with higher authorities (NGB personnel, state leadership, etc.). Represents the IPPO at meetings with higher echelon groups (regional NG meetings, state level conferences, etc.) when appropriate. Prepares and conducts briefings and presentations to review accomplishments or report potential problem areas. (20%)
4. Develops strategy and programs for improving and maintaining strong relationships with state leadership, and other key stakeholders. Coordinates with congressional liaison on congressional inquiries or matters. Monitors Congressional, and statewide activities of interest including the status of significant legislation and the budget process. (10%)
Performs other duties as assigned.
- Federal employment suitability as determined by a background investigation.
- May be required to successfully complete a probationary period.
- Participation in direct deposit is mandatory.
- Must be able to obtain and maintain the appropriate security clearance of the position. The incumbent of this position description must have at a minimum, a completed National Agency Check (NAC) prior to position assignment.
- May occasionally be required to work other than normal duty hours; overtime may be required.
EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Each applicant must fully substantiate (in his/her own words) that he/she meets the requirements of the Specialized Experience listed below: Otherwise, the applicant will be considered unqualified for this position. DO NOT COPY THE VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT OR THE POSITION DESCRIPTION. DOING SO MAY RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION FOR THE POSITION.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must have at least 36 months experience, education or training analyzing problems, identifying significant factors, gathering pertinent data and recognizing solutions; preparing reports, plans, policies and various correspondence; evaluating objectives and develop plans to facilitate the availability and effective utilization of various social science resources. Must have knowledge of the organization and its mission and utilized the organizational staff procedures. Experience applying analytical and evaluative techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of social science program operations carried out by administrative or professional personnel, or substantive administrative support functions.
For Supervisory Positions, add the following Specialized Experience:
Experience in managing the function of the work to be performed. Experience which includes leading, directing and assigning work of personnel.
KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:
- Knowledge of Primary Prevention efforts relating to workplace climates and cultures.
- Knowledge of social-ecological systems theory.
- Knowledge and experience in the organization, management, and administration of programs and services to participate in workplace climates and cultures program planning.
- Skill in development and maintenance of public understanding and sound working relationships with State, local, and community agencies.
- Skill in applying professional community organization abilities related to the formulation of needs assessments, development of workplace climates and cultures prevention programs, and the marketing of programs.
- Knowledge of complex helping systems and professional organizations, how they positively or negatively affect individual and family welfare, and the multiple ways these systems and organizations operate to deliver services.
- Excellent skills in oral and written communication to include report writing and maintaining proper records to document services provided.
- Knowledge of and skill in planning, conducting and evaluating workplace climates and cultures training programs
- Knowledge of laws, regulations, executive orders, issues, etc., relating to the primary prevention of workplace harassment and the development of healthy workplace climates and cultures (i.e., bullying, hazing, reprisal and retaliation/ maintaining and fostering unit cohesion, morale, fairness, and connectedness).
- Ability to plan and adequately support the needs of National Guard members by determining what the future needs of the Service Member are through the interpretation and analysis of studies, and trends.
- Knowledge of policies and requirements for the development and analysis of the workplace harassment and violence prevention efforts in order to integrate effective prevention measures.
- Knowledge of automated data systems to maintain information
- Knowledge of analytical techniques to identify, analyze and/or recommend solutions to problems encountered and to develop Statistical data and narrative reports
Degree: behavioral or social science; or related disciplines appropriate to the position that included at least 24 semester hours of course work in the behavioral or social sciences.
Combination of education and experience that provided the applicant with knowledge of one or more of the behavioral or social sciences equivalent to a major in the field that included at least 24 semester hours of course work in the behavioral or social sciences.
Four years of appropriate experience that demonstrated that the applicant has acquired knowledge of one or more of the behavioral or social sciences equivalent to a major in the field.
You must provide transcripts or other documentation to support your educational claims. To receive credit for Education, you must provide documentation of proof that you meet the education requirements for this position.
- Address AL JFHQ AL Command Administrative Office
1720 Congressman Dickinson Dr
Montgomery, AL 36109
- Name: Ms. Sharon Neal
- Phone: 334-271-7228
- Email: [email protected]