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Protection Services NCO 24-6251

Air Force or Army: E-5

Length: 152 Days; Location: Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
Agency: U.S. Transportation Command Activity: USTRANSCOM
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: E-5

Tour Description: The NCO will be serving in the Office of Protection and Response (TCCS-PR), Protection Services Center, as a Protection NCO providing administrative and programmatic support in a selectively manned joint-service assignment supporting Air Force, Army, Marine, Navy, civilian and contractor personnel. The USTRANSCOM Office of Protection and Response serves as the command's principal advisor to the USTRANSCOM Chief of Staff on Defense Security Enterprise Programs. The Protection Services Center NCO supports TCCS-PR's status as the command's focal point and center of subject matter expertise on Security, Antiterrorism, Emergency Management, Continuity of Operations, Overseas Travel Safety and more.Through the Protection Services Center, TCCS-PR provides a full-spectrum of protection-related customer services for USTRANSCOM and SDDC.The Protection NCO is responsible for the day-to-day execution of a myriad of protection, response and security-related customer service functions to include facility circulation and access control processes for all assigned personnel and visitors, security-related in-and-out processing for USTRANSCOM military, civilian, and contractor employees; entering, validating and managing clearance eligibility status in DISS; create a security file for each person; issue access control badges: issue authorized access control badges to visiting personnel; issue temporary badges to USTRANSCOM personnel who forget their permanent badge. Supports TCCS-PR status as NATO Sub-Registry accountable for 9 control points inspected every year by the Central United States Registry (CUSR) with findings reported to the Commander, USTRANSCOM. Initially respond to, investigates and managing emergency, medical and collateral security incidents.

Qualifications: None listed.
To apply, contact: SMSgt Tania 'TC' Cousineau - 317-270-2066

Security Officer 24-6210

Air Force or Army: O-3

Length: 1 Year; Location: Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
Agency: U.S. Transportation Command Activity: USTRANSCOM-SDDC-596th BDE 834th BN
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-3

Tour Description: Security Officer will Manage Security Programs, Physical, Industrial Security, Force Protection Programs, and Emergency Management for MOTCO. Serves as advisor to MOTCO on security and emergency management matters. Incumbent uses comprehensive knowledge in the formulation of policies, standards, procedures, and methods. Tasks are procedural, routine, and require assistance visits to activities at multiple sites. Plans and schedules security visits to support organizations and provides training to supported activities. Oversees the implementation of all security programs of MOTCO activities pertaining to the support of Military Ocean Terminal Concord. Prepares updates and briefings for senior-level executives regarding the MOTCO Security Program. Provide security over-watch at control points to ensure safety/security of all MOTCO customers and employees. Perform inspections on outgoing personnel and their packages and vehicles at various gates and checkpoints to detect and/or detain those who attempt to steal government property. Provides specialized pedestrian and traffic control services in connection with ceremonies, parades, emergency situations, and similar events to include directing traffic. Provide effective communications and superior customer service to all personnel within the installation. Be responsible for utilizing a variety of technology based systems and must have sufficient working knowledge of Microsoft based products. Knowledge of effective communications utilizing two-way radio systems.

Qualifications: SECRET level security clearance required
To apply, contact: SMSgt Tania 'TC' Cousineau - 317-270-2066

Religious Affairs NCO 24-6208

Army: E-5 to E-6

Length: 1 Year; Location: Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
Agency: U.S. Transportation Command Activity: USTRANSCOM-SDDC-HQ
Service: Army Desired Grade: E-5, E-6

Tour Description: Serves as the SDDC Chaplain Assistant supporting the SDDC Chaplain in providing extensive ministerial and morale support to all SDDC units. Assists chaplain in conducting deployment/redeployment worship services, sustainment, religious of units rites, and provide Soldiers pastoral deploying care to or all returning Military from Personnel overseas (Army, contingency Navy Air Force and members Marines), of and denominational Defense groups Department regardless Civilian of Employees, Command irrespective Boundaries, of provide denominational pastoral or visitation religious of personnel affiliation, in provide the work place, denominational recreational ministry to areas, and with places of detention and medical facilities.

Qualifications: None listed
To apply, contact: SMSgt Tania 'TC' Cousineau - 317-270-2066

Logistics Planner/Logistics Officer 23-6400

Air Force or Army: O-4 to O-5

Length: 1 Year; Location: Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
Agency: Defense Logistics Agency Activity: DLA - Energy
Service: Air Force or Army Desired Grade: O-4, O-5

Tour Description:
Serves as Logistics Planner for the DLA Energy USTRANSCOM Forward Cell providing worldwide DoD fuel support plans in concert with national military strategy, joint doctrine, joint policy, strategic and contingency plans to DoD Joint Forces, DoS, and USG Allies. Directs planning for effective petroleum support of the Combatant and specified Commanders’ forces during wartime, crisis, and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Command Post Exercises. Conducts analysis of theater operations plans and assesses DLA Energy supporting tasks and missions. Initiates, coordinates, and administers all facets of the war planning efforts for the Headquarters staff and subordinate DLA Energy activities. Responsible for complex future planning and integrating fuel requirement planning for over 2 billion gallons of petroleum to support USNORTHCOM, USSOUTHCOM, USPACOM, USEUCOM, AFRICOM, USCENTCOM USSTRATCOM, USTRANSCOM and other service component commands and foreign militaries and specified Commander's forces during wartime, crisis, Joint Chiefs of Staff and other various COCOMs exercises, and Office of the Secretary of Defense planning conferences. Coordinates actions through Combatant Commanders’ and Joint Petroleum Offices and Service representatives to resolve operations plans shortfalls, limiting factors, and other conditions that impact on DLA Energy’s ability to perform its logistics missions. Represents DLA Energy at OSD, JCS, Combatant Command Service and DLA war planning conferences. Participates in the refinement of time-phased force deployment data for future fuel operations plans. Advises superiors and other offices, both inside and outside DLA Energy, on petroleum support. Reviews Joint publications related to petroleum operations. Provides critical analysis in outlining DLA Energy’s ability to support the Combatant Commander’s petroleum support plan during scheduled/unscheduled contingency operations and joint exercises. Conducts in-depth analysis of COCOM OPLANS and initiates, coordinates, and administers all phases and activities of wartime and contingency planning efforts for DLA Energy to perform its wartime and peace-time requirements. Directs the fuels planning activities of the DLA Energy Command and Control Center to include oversee of policies and procedures for the Continuity Plans of Operations (COOP) plan.

Qualifications: TS/SCI Security Clearance required.
To apply, contact: MSgt Leanna Rudibaugh - 317-361-7738