Baltimore, Maryland
Oct 05, 2022
Oct 07, 2022
Full Time

(1) Serves as primary state representative and point of contact for all DOD highway movements. Coordinates directly with the state Department of Transportation (DOT) to determine highway availability, restrictions, permit requirements and changes or additions to the State Highway Network Database. Approves requests for use of the highway network by utilizing the approved federal operating system, and then issues movement orders.
(2) Coordinates directly with the USPFO Traffic Manager to obtain necessary commercial transportation support. Ensures requirements necessary to execute the plans have been identified and coordinated. Ensures proper handling of special and unique movement requirements. Uses and interprets U.S. Forces Command (FORSCOM) and Army regulations, technical manuals, traffic bulletins/regulations, federal and DOT regulations.
(3) Exercises functional authority to manage and coordinate the movement of DOD convoys during peacetime, mobilization and deployment. Serves as the Command Transportation Officer and represents the DCS G-4 on transportation matters involving movement of personnel, equipment and supplies, both domestically and internationally, using military transportation assets.
(4) Coordinates, obtains and issues, with DOT approval, permits for oversized, overweight and hazardous vehicles and cargo; and then coordinate's movements. Develops and maintains liaison with state and local government offices, military officials of all services and state, local and federal enforcement agencies.
(5) Analyzes military transportation capabilities and provides compiled data to appropriate agencies. Plans and coordinates the movement portion of exercises. Evaluates exercises and makes recommendations for corrections of noted deficiencies.
(6) Develops programs of instruction for training Intermediate Command Unit Movement Officers(IC-UMO) in all areas of unit movement and execution. Assists IC-IMO in training Unit Movement Officers (UMO).
(7) Serves as primary point of contact and state mission authority for Special Assigned Air Missions(SAAM). Coordinates directly with Air Mobility Command (AMC) to obtain necessary aircraft. Observes airfield operations and assists the moving unit as required during execution of the movement.
8) Coordinates with the DCS G-4 Plans & Policy Officer in the establishment of command transportation policy and other transportation requirements.
(9) Coordinates movement planning requirements and JFHQ inspections of unit mobilization plans. Observes required testing of unit load plans. Conducts annual coordination visits to DOD installations.
(10) Serves as manager for the State Highway Network Database. Develops and publishes procedures for collecting, evaluating and monitoring the information necessary to modify the network databases to meet DOD movement requirements. Coordinates with NGB and with outside contractors for additions, deletions, and changes to the network database.
(11) Represents the CONUSA Commander as DOD representative of the state DOT Emergency Highway Traffic Regulation (EHTR) Center, when activated by the governor. Advises civil authorities and military commanders on EHTR requirements and procedures. Provides input and maintains the military portion of the EHTR regulation.
(12) Organizes and oversees the operation of the State Movement Control Center (SMCC).Schedules and coordinates DOD surface movements through the approved federal operating system. Monitors movement of DOD units; resolves conflicts, receives and forwards movement reports to appropriate DOD and state agencies. Coordinates changes to priorities and revises pre-planned movement schedules.
(13) Maintains and manages the unit movement data (UMD) for state ARNG units. Coordinates and submits UMD to the appropriate DOD agencies.
14) Provides technical expertise on hazardous materials (HAZMAT) shipments to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Coordinates with DOD, state and local officials on policies and procedures governing HAZMAT shipments by all modes of transportation. Provides non-certification HAZMAT training for unit movement officers.
(15) Manages the State General Services (GSA) lease Vehicle Program (less recruiting and retention vehicle program).
(16) Responsible for maintaining, inspecting, and verifying serviceability of Army containers. Inspects container and submits maintenance report to the Container Control Officer (CCO) for entry into the Army Container Asset Management System (ACAMS).
Responsible for the work of assigned personnel. Performs the supervisory and managerial responsibilities. Assigns work to functional staff members in accordance with established organization mission and functions, workload fluctuations and personnel availability.
(18) Performs other duties as assigned.


Conditions of Employment

This is a Temporary Promotion Not to Exceed 24 months, and is open to On-Board Federal Technicians of the Maryland National Guard only. Applicants must submit current copies of their SF-50 to verify eligibility. The selected individual may be returned at any time to the position from which temporarily promoted, or to a different position of equivalent grade and pay. Selectee may be converted to perm status if the incumbent does not exercise re-employment rights.

Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Federal employment suitability as determined by a background investigation. Participation in direct deposit is mandatory.
Incumbent will be required to travel within and around the state. Travel will require incumbent to Remain-Over-Night (RON) to accomplish mission.
Requirements for the position:
1. Incumbent will complete The Intermodel Dry Container/Convention for Safe Containers Re-Inspection Course/AMMO-43 online within 2 months of employment.
2. Incumbent will complete Hazmat Certification and Radiation Safety Training within six months of employment and recertify every two (2) years.


Military Grades: Enlisted E6-E8/Warrant Officer WO1-CW-4

GENERAL EXPERIENCE : Experience, education, or training which has provided the applicant with a knowledge of and understanding of administrative, professional, analytical, or other work relating to traffic or transportation programs or operations. Must be skilled in dealing with others in person-to-person work relationships. Experience using computer and automation systems.

SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE : Must have at least 36 months experience, education, or training performing, administering or supervising technical and analytical work concerned with planning, development and execution of traffic policies and programs. Experience interpreting applicable Federal, State and local laws, and regulations concerning transportation and traffic procedures. Knowledge of transportation requirements and systems for specific geographic areas (International and Continental United States).

Quality of Experience - Length of time is not of itself qualifying. Candidates' experience should be evaluated on the basis of duties performed rather than strictly on the rank of the individual; however, established compatibility criteria/assignments must be followed. The applicant's record of experience, training, and education must show possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position to be filled.


You must provide transcripts or other documentation to support your Educational claims. To receive credit for Education, you must provide documentation of proof that you meet the Education requirements for this position.

Additional information

If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/1959 and are required to register under the Military Selective Service Act, the Defense Authorization Act of 1986 requires that you be registered or you are not eligible for appointment in this agency ( Register | Selective Service System : Selective Service System ( ).

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