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  1. State of California, Military Department State Active Duty (SAD) Vacancy Announcement Amended to Read: Multiple Positions Open Position Details Announcement Number: Opening Date: Closing Date: Position Title: Duty Location: Selecting Official: Projected Employment Date: To be Determined Vacancy Announcement Details The Military Department is accepting applications for the State Active Duty position indicated above. This vacancy announcement expires Open Until Filled unless sooner rescinded. An appointment to this position provides full benefit status for the appointee and their beneficiaries. The incumbent will be appointed on annually renewable State Active Duty orders through year six, at which time the incumbent may be eligible for career status IAW CMD Reg 600-1 w/ Change #1. Continuation and subsequent extensions of service will be determined by the individual’s performance of duty and continuation of funding. The service members selected for these positions will be paid at their federal or California State Guard pay grade, not to exceed E-4. This announcement has minimum requirements. Failure to meet these requirements will cause your application to be rejected from consideration. While it is important for you to read the entire announcement closely, please pay particular attention to the instructions at the end of this announcement for documents required to submit a complete application. Applications missing signatures and required documents will not be considered. The service member selected for this position may be eligible for health, dental, vision and life insurance benefits. Other benefits may also be available to those who qualify such as Service Member Assistance Programs, Group Legal Services, Long-Term Disability Insurance, Long-Term Care Insurance, Retirement Annuity, Supplemental Investment and the Military Service Buy Back Program. Reimbursement for moving and relocation expenses will not be paid. Eligibility Requirements •Members of the active California Air National Guard in the grades E-2 through E-5 may apply. Applicants must have a military affiliation per Para 3-2 of CMD Reg 600-1. Applicants who are not current members of the California Air National Guard may also apply, however, applicants must meet military affiliation requirements (Active member of the CA Air National Guard) at the time of appointment. Non-members of the California Air National Guard must submit a Letter of Intent(to become Active member of the CA Air National Guard) to meet qualifying military affiliation at the time of appointment along with their application. •Completion of military and civilian education requirements commensurate with the grade of the applicant are required. Attach documentation of your highest level of civilian education. •Military assignments appropriate to the grade of the applicant are required. •Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and have the ability to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels in both civilian and military organizations. SAD VA 2019-113 22 January 2020 Open Until Filled Security Guard (SAD E-4) 129th Security Forces Squadron, Moffett Federal Airfield, CA Security Forces Manager

  2. •Must have, at minimum, one year experience in civilian or military law enforcement, or security experience equivalent to 3P0X1 AFSC skill level, or compatible military police identifier. •Must have completed basic Security Forces Apprentice course, Military Police school, or equivalent law enforcement course. •Must be qualified, and remain qualified, to bear firearms in accordance with AFI 31-117 during course of employment. •Must be capable of passing the Air Force use of Force (UOF) training and complete DD FM 2760 (Qualification to Possess Firearms or Ammunition) annually in accordance with AFI 31-117. •Must be capable of taking prompt and efficient action in cases of fire, attempted theft, espionage, sabotage and other acts detrimental to safeguarding military personnel, property and ANG resources. •Applicant must never have been convicted by civilian or military court, except for minor traffic violations and similar infractions. Must not have a history of juvenile delinquency in two years’ preceding proposed employment. •Must be able to qualify, and remain qualified during course of employment, for a security clearance at the Secret level. •Applicant must meet, and maintain, federally recognized medical fitness standards. Attach a current copy, within the past twelve months, of your ARCNet Individual Medical Readiness Detail. •Must pass Live Scan upon hire date. •Appropriate military uniform with federally recognized rank will be worn in accordance with military regulation. •Must be able to pass both State and Federal background checks (Live Scan). Continuation of employment is contingent upon maintaining favorable State and Federal background checks. •Must possess a valid state driver’s license. Attach a current copy, within the past six months, of your Department of Motor Vehicle’s printout. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The Security Guard works under the direct supervision of the S-3 Operations Superintendent. •Performs security, resource and force protection duties within the ANG area of responsibility. Patrols installation to ensure federal property and ANG resources are properly protected and secured. •Controls entry to the 129th RQW Installation as a certified Installation Perimeter Entry Controller. •Responds to all installation emergencies, i.e. aircraft mishaps/accidents, personnel injuries, vehicle accidents, violence in the workplace incidents, active shooter incidents and fire or hazardous materials incidents. •Conducts physical security checks of installation property. •Writes reports and takes statements from military and civilians. •Performs duties as Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC), operates and monitors all security communications systems (C2), phones and radios, to include Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and duress alarms. Maintains communications with the base patrol and other law enforcement agencies. •Performs duties as the Alarm Monitor for the IDS. •Contacts local, federal or civil law enforcement officials to obtain assistance when ANG resources and personnel are threatened. •Responds to emergency incidents to act as Incident Command (IC) until appropriate key personnel are contacted and assume responsibility for the situation. •May provide group training or instruction, as required.

  3. •Performs similar other duties as assigned. Instructions for Submitting Applications Interested applicants must request a State Active Duty Appointment Application from State Personnel Programs at Applicants must submit their completed and signed State Active Duty Appointment Application and all required supporting documentation, to the Director of State Personnel Programs. Applications missing signatures and required documents will not be considered. •Documentation of your highest level of civilian education. (Legible copy of either diploma, degree, or transcripts). •ARCNet Individual Readiness Detail reflecting a current Periodic Health Assessment within the past twelve months. •DMV Printout Current within the past six months. California residents may obtain, at cost, a copy of their DMV printout. Unit DMV reports are not accepted. •Title 10 OCONUS Orders - Currently deployed service members only Complete applications and all supporting documents must be mailed to Joint Force Headquarters, Director of State Personnel Programs, Attn: NGCA-JSD-SP (Box #27), 9800 Goethe Road, Sacramento, CA 95827, or e- mailed as one file to