ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: 09-156
POSITION TITLE: Health Systems Specialist; GS-0671-12
DEPT./AGENCY: Office of the State Surgeon
Joint Force Headquarters
LOCATION: State Surgeon s Office-Boise ID
KSA 1: Knowledge of 40 series (Medical) Army
Regulations, Army Medical Department Regulations, Medical Command (MEDCOM)
Regulations, and other pertinent Army Regulations.
I offer solid knowledge of and applied skills in 40 series (Medical) Army, Army Medical Department, Medical Command (MEDCOM), and related regulations gained through my experience as a Medical Class Administrator with the 3-204th RTI stationed at Gowen Field-Boise, ID in 2007. For example, I worked extensively on a daily basis with AR 40-68 on 68W (Medic) transition and sustainment requirements, with a focus on efficiently tracking all State Medics to determine credentialing status and ensure timely recertification through National Registry EMT; this required proficient use of the Medical Operational Data System (MODS) to effectively retrieve and input critical data.
Further, I have been an active member of the Idaho Army National Guard since 1993 where, as Alpha Company, 145th Commander, I have routinely applied my knowledge NGR 600-200, AR 135-178, AR 40-501 to ensure Soldier fitness for duty.
KSA 2: Knowledge of conducting studies, analyzing findings, and making recommendations on the State Medical Readiness Programs using qualitative and quantitative techniques for analyzing and measuring effectiveness.
Serving as Medical Class Coordinator for the 3-204th RTI, I worked extensively with MODS to retrieve, study and analyze Medic credentialing status. I then took these findings to effectively develop classes for listing on ATTRS. Further, I applied my findings toward briefing Brigade and Joint Force Headquarters on Medics who would not be qualified for years 2008, 2009 and 2010.
More recently as an Environmental Compliance Technician at Gowen Field-Boise, Idaho, 2008-present, I have effectively retrieved and analyzed data in order to monitor the EMS program for critical compliance with both State and DoD directives required for supporting readiness initiatives.
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KSA 3: Knowledge of management objectives and
policies to coordinate, implement and measure the effectiveness of policy
directives from NGB for the operation of State Medical Readiness Programs.
As Mobilization Technician with J3 Mobilization Office from 2007-2008, I effectively applied my knowledge of management objectives and policies toward strategically coordinating, implementing and assessing policies/directives in direct collaboration with the Unit, Joint Forces Headquarters (JFHQ), National Guard Bureau (NGB), and Soldiers, in order to ensure Soldier readiness for mobilization.
Further illustrating knowledge of directives, in accordance with Army Regulation I have successfully developed and implemented Medic classes and civilian National Registry requirements. In alignment with National Guard policy, I also successfully co-launched the State of Idaho s initial Warrant Officer Course.
In the current capacity of Company Commander with National Guard, I am responsible for supporting objectives and ensuring policy compliance in executing readiness initiatives for mobilization preparedness of 200 Soldiers across 3 Armories in the North Idaho region.
Over the course of extensive military training in areas including Support Operations, I have further gained a solid understanding of objectives and policies.
KSA 4: Ability to communicate with Federal, State and Local authorities and coordinate relations for building public/private partnerships in support of organizational missions, policies and structures.
As Commander with the Idaho Army National Guard, I recently partnered with the local Company and JFHQ in order to coordinate commercial drivers license (CDL) training programs for 88M (truck drivers), illustrating my ability to effectively communicate with key stakeholders in achieving objectives.
Serving as a J3
Mobilization Technician, 2007-2008, I interfaced extensively with State
headquarters and NGB in support of mobilization/readiness objectives. Prior to
this, as Medical Class Administrator, 2007, I successfully coordinated with the
local hospital as well as NGB, JFHQ and local units to effectively establish
While serving in Iraq, I was responsible for organizing all non-emergent evacuations from Kirkuk. In this capacity, I productively collaborated with physicians at FOB Warriors as well as FOBs in Germany and Kuwait to coordinate efficient evacuations. Similarly, to optimize logistics and transportation components, I actively communicated with the US Air Force in support of missions.
Of note, I am in the process of earning a Masters Degree in Public Administration, with a concentration in State and Local Government, offering additional academic training/education in diverse government entities.
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KSA 5: Ability to interpret, communicate
orally and in writing and apply medical readiness study findings and
recommendations to effectively advise senior leaders of actions required and
gain their understanding of impact(s) on operations.
As a Company Commander with the Idaho Army National Guard, I consistently apply my dynamic written and oral communication skills to facilitate results and support Company objectives. On a daily basis I create effective written communications, including PowerPoint presentations and spreadsheets, to relay critical information. Additionally, I routinely verbally report current companies readiness status to senior personnel and discuss related issues to ensure comprehensive understanding of operational goals.
Throughout my military career, proactive oral communication skills have been critical to achieving objectives and delivering briefings. While a Mobilization Technician, I successfully applied my exceptional communication skills toward working directly with senior leaders as well as Soldiers to provide guidance as well as plan and facilitate mobilization readiness initiatives. As Medical Class Administrator, I routinely briefed key senior-level stakeholders on Medic readiness status.
KSA 6: Ability to manage personnel, oversee programs and develop and monitor budgeting and financial plans for the efficient continuation of operations ensuring resources are available to meet Federal and State Medical Readiness Goals.
My ability to manage personnel is clearly demonstrated by my current responsibility for over 200 soldiers geographically dispersed across 3 Armories throughout North Idaho. In varied capacities during my military career, I have consistently exhibited a talent for effectively coordinating and leading others and steering programs and projects in support of missions.
example, in my present position of Environmental Compliance Technician at Gowen
Field Base-Boise, Idaho, I have successfully implemented and administered our
I also spearheaded the Immunizations program at Intermediate Staging Base (ISB) Louisiana to efficiently ensure final immunizations of 116th Brigade Soldiers deploying to Kuwait. Serving in Iraq, I strategically planned, coordinated and oversaw Post-Deployment Health Assessments (PDHAs) for over 4K soldiers.
Medical Class Administrator, I spearheaded the initiation of Medic Sustainment
Classes at the 3rd Battalion 204th, including National
Registry EMT, Medic Sustainment and Combat Lifesaver courses. I also actively
collaborated in developing and introducing the first Warrant Officer Course in
the state of Idaho.
While working at Holy Rosary Hospital in Oregon, 1994-2007, I acquired and demonstrated solid skills in administrative operations, including general billing and accounting practices. Complementing this, I have completed a Masters-level course in Budgeting.
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