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MERIT PROMOTION AND PLACEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
KOREAN NATIONAL POSITION
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL FLIGHT OSAN AIR BASE
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: OAB-050A-23
OPENING DATE: 25 Oct 23
CLOSING DATE: 7 Nov 23
POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Bioenvironmental Engineering Technician, KGS-0640-07
SALARY: Between 23284 – 33615 won per hour (Total hourly compensation when bonuses are included)
DUTY LOCATION: 51st Operational Medicine Readiness Squadron, Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight, Osan AB
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: All current USFK employees. (Priority Group 5)
NOTE: Newly hired NAF employees are required to serve no less than one year in the position to which they are initially hired before they can voluntarily accept any other position unless approved by management. Relocation allowance is not authorized for USFK employees selected from outside the commuting area.
MAJOR DUTIES: The purpose of this position is to plan, administer and execute industrial hygiene program at Osan AB, 4 collocated operating bases. Responsibilities include planning, budgeting, direction, coordination and technical evaluation of a comprehensive environmental sampling, analysis and monitoring program, as well as executing industrial hygiene, safety management, risk management, and infection control assessments supporting the institutional environmental health programs, which is designed to eliminate or control serious hazards, injuries, and diseases to employees. Provides leadership, managerial oversight and technical advice to 10 technicians. Serves as the installation RPP administrator and executes all aspects of an installation level program to include: determines when respiratory protection is required based on worksite hazards; assists Logistics and Readiness Squadron and contracting in developing procedures for controlling the ordering and issuing of respirators; assists worksite supervisors, as necessary, in the preparation of the written worksite-specific procedures and annual training requirements; reviews, recommends, and approves worksite-specific respirator users when a respirator recall notice or notice of defect is received from a manufacturer or National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; coordinates with Public Health to ensure Respiratory Protection Program rosters in Defense Occupational and environmental Health readiness System (DOEHRS) match roster in Aeromedical Services Information Management System; reports the number of individuals on the RPP with unacceptable exposure; and manage respirator selection, roster, and fit testing using DOEHRS. Develops and maintains technical programs meeting personnel health needs and regulatory requirements. Serves as the technical expert for programs managed. Coordinates services across the Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight, recommends protocols, methods, and standards for providing services. Provides training to flight personnel. Provides oversight and ensures effective functioning of programs managed by subordinates. Represents Bioenvironmental Engineering on external working groups and committees and provides professional/technical input. Manages $1M Occupational and Environmental Health (OEH) and contingency operations equipment. Ensures operational checks and calibration are conducted in accordance with manufacturer. Performs inventory semi-annually and after each training event. Performs qualitative assessments and quantitative measurements to determine worker exposures and environmental contaminant levels. Collects and analyzes samples of drinking. Recognizes environmental hazards and recommends corrective actions, as appropriate. Identifies industrial health ha7.ards, applicable regulatory and policy requirements, and deficiencies in work practices and health hazards controls. Performs surveys of industrial shops, labs, confined spaces, and outdoor work areas to evaluate health hazards, effectiveness of control measures and compliance with regulatory requirements. Manages DOEHRS users’ approval process by ensuring each user has appropriate clearances, authorizations, need-to-know, and privacy act, health insurance portability and accountability act and information awareness training. Initiates corrective measures if identifying a security problem, and reports security incidents in accordance with local/DOEHRS procedures and policies to designated officials. Advises flight personnel who use various industrial hygiene instrumentation and equipment. Provides professional advice, technical service and knowledge of industrial hygiene concepts, principles, and practice which enable personnel to carry out sampling evaluations in a wide variety of industrial workplaces, which are characterized by existing or new and complex work processes, chemical compounds for which reliable standards may not exist, and complications in hazard evaluation resulting from synergistic effects. Provides expert advice and direction to help personnel within the flight assess hazards, develop sampling strategies, and apply recognized standards, interpret the results and observations, and assess the degree of hazard and adequacy of controls. Participates in team or group efforts to provide needed services or products to customers. Strives for maximum organizational results by cooperating with others and contributing to mission accomplishment. Builds constructively on the ideas and comments of others to assist the team in solving problems. Initiates and performs quality assurance reviews or audits of products and services provided by incumbent, subordinates and outsourced analytical services. Conducts quality assurance activities of products, services and programs as directed by flight management. Completes self-inspections as required by regulations or directed by flight management. Identifies areas with deficiencies and opportunities for improvement. Programs and tracks actions necessary to eliminate deficiencies or realize improvements. Assesses effectiveness of corrective measures or improvements. Performs safety and administrative tasks in support of the flight as needed. Responsibilities may include one or more of the following: publications monitor, tiles management, flight safety representative, flight environment of care representative, hazard communication monitor, time sheet monitor, and supply custodian. Performs other related duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
EXPERIENCE: 1 year of specialized experience equivalent to the KGS-06 level in the specialty field in which the duties of the position are to be performed or in closely related lines of work.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Progressively responsible technical experience in the specialty field in which the duties of the position are to be performed or in closely related lines of work. This experience must have equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE: Education cannot be substituted for the position.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPETENCY:
1. The American Language Course Placement Test (ALCPT) score of 70 or above and successfully passing the English Comprehension Interview (ECI) is required.
2. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 509 and higher the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) score of 650 and higher may be substituted for ALCPT requirement. Applicant must submit the TOEFL/TOEIC official copies of test score. TOEFL and TOEIC scores are valid for two years from the exam date.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY (KSA’s): To be rated best qualified applicants must have demonstrated possession of the following KSA’s essential to the performance of the duties of the positions:
a. Extensive and professional knowledge of environmental engineering concepts, principles and practices; industrial hygiene; and occupational health and safety practices applicable to the conduct of industrial operations.
b. Knowledge of US Environmental Protection Agency and Korean Environmental Governing Standard requirements and the ability to interpret the severity of violations and recommend corrective action.
c. Knowledge of federal and USAF Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) requirements and the ability to interpret the severity of violations and recommend corrective actions for any OSH citations.
d. Knowledge of US, ROK and USAF radiation safety and radioactive material transportation requirements and regulations.
e. Knowledge of USAF/DoD information systems, databases and other computer programs used for tracking, management and data warehousing supporting environmental sampling, analysis and monitoring programs and industrial hygiene programs.
f. Ability to plan, organize and direct the functions of the organization and to mentor, motivate, and appraise the staff.
g. Fluency in English both orally and written is required.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: Osan AB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, creed, color, lawful political or other affiliation, marital status, sex, age or national origin or handicap.
EMPLOYMENT POLICY: It is the policy of USFK to employ based on qualification and merit. No employee may request, offer, or accept gratuity in exchange for employment or promotion within USFK, nor may they interfere with applicants exercising their rights to apply for consideration. Any employee found guilty of these practices will be subject to removal from USFK employment. Anyone aware of acts or omissions contrary to this policy is urged to immediately contact the servicing CPO or Osan Air Base Civilian Personnel Officer, commercial telephone: 0505-784-6706 or military telephone 784-6706.
HOW TO APPLY: All current employees assigned with United States Air Force, Korea (USAFK) desiring consideration must complete an In-Service Placement Application Form at https://51fss.com/civilian-personnel-flight and forward it through e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or Osan Civilian Personnel Flight, Bldg 936, Room 112, 51 FSS/FSCAXKN, APO AP 96278-2065 no later than the closing date. When current employee submits an In-service Placement Application Form to the e-mail email@example.com, the subject line must contain the announcement number and position title and grade for which current employee is applying for.
Non-Air Force employees should mail one copy of USFK Form 130EK, Application for Employment and supporting documents to the Kyongki-do, Pyongtaek-si, Songtan Post Office (SONGTAN-U-CHAE-KUK, SA SO HAM 18 HO), Postal Code 17757.
USFK Form 130EK is available at the Osan AB home page on the web site: https://51fss.com/civilian-personnel-flight/ under Staffing/Employment.
Applicants will be required to submit certificates of education, experience with tax deductions and license listed on the application. Applicants must give contact telephone number and announcement number on the front page of the application form. Applications must be in English and Korean; each item of the application must be completely filled in and properly signed and dated. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in the application being destroyed without consideration. A photocopy of application with original signature will be acceptable.
RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: Applications submitted within Korea must be received by closing date of announcement to be considered. INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS or FAXED APPLICATIONS WILL BE DESTROYED WITHOUT CONSIDERATION. ALL APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE RETURNED TO THE APPLICANT.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: For more information on Korean National Employment Program, please contact Civilian Personnel Office, at 784-6862 or 0505-784-6862.
YI, YONG CHA
Chief, KN Staffing Section
Civilian Personnel Flight
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