A5 Director of Programs

** A5 DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS JOB ANNOUNCEMENT **

 

Duty Position:

Position Number:

Application Opening Date:

Application Closing Date:

Reports to:

Specialty Tracks:

Duty Location:

 

Reviewing Official:

Unit:

Director of Programs

005000

16 April 2018

21 May 2018

FLWG Chief of Staff

204/215/216

SER-FL-001

 

Sam Chiodo Maj, CAP, FLWG Chief of Staff
HQ, Florida Wing, Civil Air Patrol (FL-001)

 

Who May Apply: ALL QUALIFIED APPLICANTS who are current active Florida Wing Members of the Civil Air Patrol and/or those eligible to become a Florida Wing Member of the Civil Air Patrol in the ranks of promotable Major and above.

  1. Be currently enrolled in the one of the following specialty tracks: Professional Development Officer 204, Aerospace Education Officer 215, Cadet Programs Officer 216.
  2. Must be available to attend a various missions, briefings, seminars, and job specific training courses varying in length and location.
  3. Must be willing to support and manage a team of three directorates.
  4. Must be able to meet the high integrity standards of this position.
  5. Must be willing to provide training to subordinate directors and assistance to other members.

 

Ideal Candidate’s Core Competencies (Recommended Qualifications):

 

  1. Achieved Level III of the Senior Member Professional Development Program with a SENIOR rating in one of the specialty tracks listed.
  2. Experience with project management helpful.
  3. Working knowledge of eServices.
  4. Working knowledge of the cadet programs, professional development program, drug demand reduction program, and aerospace education program.
  5. Effective and efficient oral and written communication skills.
  6. Thorough knowledge of the applicable CAPRs, CAPP, and CAPM.  

 

Duties:

Oversees the Director of Cadet Programs, Director of Aerospace Education, and Director of Professional Development. They shall:

:

  1. Ensure the all three programs develop a yearly training plan.
  2. Coordinate functions with Wing Command Team and lateral Directors.
  3. Oversee coordination with subordinate group staff counterparts.
  4. Ensure training is being conducted to NHQ standards.
  5. Provide guidance to directorate and their subordinate staff elements.

 

The Director of Programs should be familiar with CAPP 204, 215, and 216; CAP directives in the 39,  52, and 60 series; DDR programs.

 

Required Documents:

  1. Cover letter, signed, dated and annotated with job number and title.
  2. Civil Air Patrol resume.
  3. Professional resume.
  4. Unit Commander’s Endorsement.

 

Applications may be sent via email to: schiodo@flwg.gov

 

Application screening will be done without regard to race, gender, age, color, religion, national origin or disability.

 

Applicants may be asked to for a personal or telephonic interview. Upon notification, a mutually convenient time and place will be arranged. Inquiries concerning specific aspects of the duty position should be directed to the Reviewing Official.

Selection criteria are based on Civil Air Patrol training, experience, as well as, civilian education and experience related to the position.

 

NOTE: Include the Job Number and Job Title on your application. Incomplete applications may not be returned or acknowledged.