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Position

Application Deadline

Commander, Southwest Group

10 Mar 2018
NLT 1800 Hours

Meeting Location: N/A

NOTICE PUBLISHED DUE TO THE EXTENDED MEDICAL LEAVE AND
END OF TERM FOR THE CURRENT GROUP COMMANDER

Group commanders represent the wing commander in their group.  They are responsible to the Corporation and the wing commander for ensuring that corporation objectives, policies, and operational directives are effectively executed within their group.

Responsibilities (See CAPR 20-1 for complete details)

·         Exercise command over all units in their group.

·         Promote objectives and purposes of CAP by encouraging the achievement of established goals and programs by all units and by establishing new goals and programs within the group in support of the Corporation’s objectives.

·         Establish plans, policies, and procedures necessary to the proper conduct of group affairs that are not in conflict with national, region, and wing policies and directives.

·         Be aware of accomplishments, problems, and degree of compliance by subordinate units with policies and directives through a system of inspections, reports, and staff visits. Inform the wing commander of progress toward achievement of objectives, notable accomplishments, problem areas, and other matters of interest.

·         Ensure safety of personnel and equipment through effective policy guidance regarding safety procedures and equipment.

·         Select and appoint high caliber group staff members and remove from group staff positions those members deemed unqualified or otherwise unsuitable to continue in their positions.

·         Coordinate with the Wing Commander on the appointment of high caliber commanders of subordinate units when replacements are needed or removal of unit commanders whenever they are considered unqualified or otherwise unsuitable.

·         Refer problems that cannot be resolved at group level to the wing commander.

At the time you are assigned as commander you must:

  • Hold the grade of Major or higher
  • Have completed the Cadet Protection Advanced Course
  • Have completed Level III
  • Be safety education current
  • Possess enthusiasm for ensuring that corporation objectives, policies, and operational directives are effectively executed within their group.

To apply for this position:
Prior to the closing date, send an e-mail with the following attachments to 
Washington Wing Personnel Officer

  • A cover letter stating why you are applying for this position.
  • A resume stating your experience and qualifications for this position.

To apply for this position:
Submit the following documents to the Washington Wing Personnel Officer (wawgdp@wawg.cap.gov) no later than the deadline shown above.

·               A cover letter stating why you should be selected for this position;

·               A resume stating your experience and qualifications for this position.

 


Position

Application Deadline

Commander, Ft. Vancouver Comp Sq

08 Mar 18
(NLT 1800 Hrs)

Meeting Location:  1115 E 5th St, Pearson Air Museum HQ Building, Vancouver, WA 98661-3802

NOTICE PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF THE CURRENT UNIT COMMANDER

Squadron commanders are responsible to the corporation and to the wing commander and group commander for ensuring that the corporation objectives, policies, and operational directives are effectively executed within their squadron.

Responsibilities (See CAPR 20-1 (I) for complete details)

  • Establish plans, policies, and procedures necessary to the fulfillment of the CAP mission, which are not in conflict with the directives of higher headquarters.
  • Keep informed of the accomplishments, problems, and degree of compliance with regulations and other directives through personal observations, inspections, reports, and staff meetings.
  • Comply with all policies, regulations, and directives of higher headquarters and require the same compliance by all members of the squadron.
  • Ensure safety of personnel and equipment through compliance with directives and policy guidance; ensure an effective safety awareness, education, and inspection program within the unit.
  • Select personnel to fill authorized staff positions and remove from staff position those members deemed unqualified or otherwise unsuitable to continue in their positions.
  • Establish policies and procedures to ensure an effective squadron recruiting and retention program.
  • Coordinate the activities of staff officers to prevent overlapping of functions and to resolve conflicts.

At the time you are assigned as commander you must:

  • Completed Level II.
  • Completed Cadet Protection Training – Advanced (REQUIRED).
  • Completion of Unit Commander Course (UCC) – Preferred but not required.
  • Completion of Training Leaders of Cadets (TLC) – Preferred but not required.
  • Possess enthusiasm for CAP.

To apply for this position:
Submit the following documents to the Washington Wing Personnel Officer (wawgdp@wawg.cap.gov) no later than the deadline shown above.

·               A cover letter stating why you should be selected for this position;

·               A resume stating your experience and qualifications for this position.

 


Position

Application Deadline

Commander, McChord Comp Squadron

26 Feb 18
(NLT 1800 Hrs)

Meeting Location:  1155 Barnes Blvd, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98438-1301

NOTICE PUBLISHED AT THE REQUEST OF THE CURRENT UNIT COMMANDER

Squadron commanders are responsible to the corporation and to the wing commander and group commander for ensuring that the corporation objectives, policies, and operational directives are effectively executed within their squadron. 

Responsibilities (See CAPR 20-1 (I) for complete details)

  • Establish plans, policies, and procedures necessary to the fulfillment of the CAP mission, which are not in conflict with the directives of higher headquarters.
  • Keep informed of the accomplishments, problems, and degree of compliance with regulations and other directives through personal observations, inspections, reports, and staff meetings.
  • Comply with all policies, regulations, and directives of higher headquarters and require the same compliance by all members of the squadron.
  • Ensure safety of personnel and equipment through compliance with directives and policy guidance; ensure an effective safety awareness, education, and inspection program within the unit.
  • Select personnel to fill authorized staff positions and remove from staff position those members deemed unqualified or otherwise unsuitable to continue in their positions.
  • Establish policies and procedures to ensure an effective squadron recruiting and retention program.
  • Coordinate the activities of staff officers to prevent overlapping of functions and to resolve conflicts.

At the time you are assigned as commander you must:

  • Completed Level II.
  • Completed Cadet Protection Training – Advanced (REQUIRED).
  • Completion of Unit Commander Course (UCC) – Preferred but not required.
  • Completion of Training Leaders of Cadets (TLC) – Preferred but not required.
  • Possess enthusiasm for CAP.

To apply for this position:
Submit the following documents to the Washington Wing Personnel Officer (wawgdp@wawg.cap.gov) no later than the deadline shown above.

·               A cover letter stating why you should be selected for this position;

·               A resume stating your experience and qualifications for this position.