Ohio Air National Guard seeks CBRN program specialist

Ohio Air National Guard seeks CBRN program specialist.
The Ohio Air National Guard (ANG) is seeking a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) program specialist.

This position is open to current members of the Ohio ANG. This position requires U.S. citizenship, a rank at or above A1C/E3 and below TSgt/E6. This position is responsible for determining efficacy of Ability to Survive and Operated (ATSO) tactics and managing the CBRN program of the installation. This person will be expected to provide support and technical guidance to units and squadrons.

This person will also be responsible for the maintaining of competencies and ensuring that established CBRN operational methods are utilized and implemented. This position also instructs flight members on duties, procedures and concepts of operation relating to CBRN hazards. This person will train individuals in utilizing detection equipment for hazardous materials including nerve and blister agents, toxic industrial chemicals, powders, explosives and others.

Candidates should have at least two years' experience in the following areas: providing technical guidance and assistance in the service area, administrative processes, development, management, conveying information on a person-to-person basis and compiling reports and other documents.

This position’s application period will close on Monday, Jan. 18.

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