Single Airman/Sailor Program Assistant

Air Force Nonappropriated Fund (AFNAF) Services Career Program - Charleston, SC3.6

Full-time
Job Title: Single Airmen/Sailor Program Assistant (35+ hours with Benefits)

This is a Regular position.
BENEFITS: Be a part of the Air Force/Navy community. Enyoing paid federal holidays, earn paid vacation and sick days, insurance eligibility, professional development and training oppotunities. Use of fitness, recreational and food service facilities on Joint Base Charleston.

Vacancies: 1

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works with program coordinator to develop a comprehensive Single Airman/Sailor program that includes scheduling, organizing, publicizing, directing, implementing and evaluating both recurring and non-recurring activities. Requires innovative approaches and major adaptations because of combination of such factors as: limitations on available funds, use of various facilities, volunteers and instructors to conduct programs; diverse range of leisure interests and needs to conduct program; and a variety of interests and activities that substantially exceed basic program requirements. Program elements include but are not limited to: Coordinating recreation information, opportunities and needs for target population of 18-25 year old single Airman and Sailors. Maintaining a high level of visibility with the Airman and Sailors through innovative methods of outreach such as: single Airmen dormitory space, Bowman Center, Dining Hall, Galley, workspace and other 628th Force Support Squadron facilities in promoting current events and activities. In the area of social activities, fosters acceptable peer relationships through a program of social events and activities such as dramatics, theater, community and special events, parties, picnics, concerts, holiday activities, etc. Incumbent will visit workspaces, including attendance at meetings, forums, INDOC, Barracks Bashes, commander’s call, and roll calls conducted in and out of the flightline and restricted areas, as well as other populated area to promote current events and activities. In the area of Cultural Activities, incumbent will introduce Airmen and Sailors to the local area and culture and help with acclimation. Incumbent will plan/schedule and/or arrange for structured classes that provide opportunities to learn basic recreation skills that will enable them to utilize leisure time effectively. Under Outdoor Recreation Activities, incumbent will educate and acquaint Airmen and Sailors with nature by providing recreational opportunities such as camping, hiking, orienteering, adventure sports, instructional classes and field trips. Incumbent will build and utilize Networks, coordinate and maintain a network or “team” of Airmen or Sailors to develop and deliver communications and programs. Under Sports/Tournaments, Incumbent will build a well- rounded program that affords individual competition and physical activities. Programs will be coordinated with individual commands as necessary. Activities are those that are not necessarily conducted as part of the installation’s intramural program. Plans local and overnight trips to provide opportunities for leisure travel, sight-seeing and attending social and sporting events. Assist Program Coordinator with preparing annual operating budget (APF and NAF) for inclusion in the overall Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) fund budget submission. Budget requests are based on a needs assessment of the population services and include projected expenses for supplies, instructor and officials fees, maintenance and upkeep of facilities. Estimates projected income derived from fees, charges and other miscellaneous fund raising initiatives. Budget submissions must meet assigned self-sufficiency requirements. Manages and conducts day-to-day operations of the Single Airmen and Sailor Program. Responsible for all supplies and equipment necessary to support programs. Ensures proper internal controls are established to protect income, minor property, fixed assets, resale merchandise, supplies, records, etc… Develops, plans, and coordinates special activities such as carnivals, tournaments and special events. Assures that fire safety, security, and sanitation inspections are conducted and routine maintenance of facilities is performed. Maintains telephone and personal contact with responsible representatives of the command, special interest groups, local community officials, civic organizations, and county government officials. Represents the 628th Force Squadron at conferences, seminars, discussions, and formal and informal meetings attended by all levels of personnel. Under Outdoor Recreation Activities, educates and acquaints airman with nature by providing recreational opportunities such as camping, hiking, orienteering, adventure sports, instructional classes and field trips. Building and utilizing Networks, forms, coordinates and maintains a network or “team” of airmen to develop and deliver communications and programs. Under Sports/Tournaments, builds a well- rounded program that affords individual competition and physical activities. Program to be coordinated with individual commands as necessary. Activities are those that are not necessarily conducted as part of the installation’s intramural program.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor Degree in Recreation or closely related field or 3 years experience in recreation programming. Knowledge of the goals, philosophy, principles, techniques and methos of procedure used in organizing, planning, administering and conduction of leisure time activities. Knowledge of the entire scope of activities and their suitability for individuals, groups, ages, and interests. Ability to market the program and motivate eligible patrons. Knowledge of the Affirmative Active Program and support of it in all day-to-day activities. Communication skills necessary to work with the target age group of single military personnel, advisory groups and local community program representatives and vendors. Must possess, or be able to obtain, certification in First Aid and CPR and must maintain certification. Must have, or be able to obtain, a license to driver a 15-passenger van. Computer skills mandatory. Must be able to satisfactorily complete a National Agency with Inquiries (NACI). This is a Testing Designated Position. Incumbent is subject to random testing for drug use. Position is a position of trust.

HOW TO APPLY:
Current NAF Employees submit AF 2550 on WWW.NAFJOBS.ORG . Register and create a NAFJOBS user login account. Complete your personal information section in the profile management tab including the additional information about your current employment as a Nonappropriated Fund employee. Find the position(s) that you wish to apply for and click apply. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please call the Human Resources Office, Chris Sweatt at (843) 963-7948. Applicant's application and/or resume must reflect required qualifications.

Be sure to upload the following requirements if claiming a preference (POSSIBLE DOCUMENTS FOR UPLOADING):

If claiming Military Spouse Preference (MSP) - PCS Orders

If claiming Veterans Preference - DD 214 Member Copy 4

If on Leave Without Pay - AF Form 2545 or DA 3434

“Any individual who was required to register with Selective Service and who is not registered or knowingly and willfully did not register before the requirement terminated or became inapplicable, will not be appointed.

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