Inspector General
Air National Guard Units (Title 32)

Rickenbacker AFB, Ohio
No longer open

Permanent - Full Time

  • Posting Dates
    Open: April 11, 2016 ()
    Close: May 11, 2016 ()
  • Position Properties
    General Inspection, Investigation, Enforcement, And Compliance Series
    Internal Job Number: JA 16-135-C
  • Organization Details
    Air National Guard Units (Title 32)
    Department of the Air Force
  • Salary Information
    $72,913.00 - $94,786.00 Per Year
    3% above average

    Pay Band: GS-1801-12/12
  • Who Can Apply?
    Open to Military Members of the Ohio Air National Guard
Position Summary

NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED POSITION DESCRIPTION # D1707P01 The primary purpose of this position is: To exercise second level supervisory and managerial authorities over the Wing Inspector General (IG) office. Serves as the Inspector General (IG), with responsibility to review and oversee Department of Defense (DoD), Air Force (AF), and Air National Guard (ANG) and wing programs to determine compliance with laws, guidelines, and objectives. Provides technical guidance, advisory support, policy, and direction for programs such as the Air Force Inspection System (AFIS); Complaints Resolution Program; Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) Program; Strategic Plans and Programs; and the Commander's Inspection Program (CCIP). DO NOT SEND APPLICATIONS TO THE ADDRESS LISTED BELOW Apply using the instructions in the "How to Apply" section The Ohio National Guard is an Equal Opportunity Employer



This position requires an ANACI investigation

Military Membership in the Ohio National Guard is required

  • Minimum Military Grade: 2nd Lt/ O-1
  • Maximum Military Grade: Maj/ O-4
  • Compatible AFSC:



It is not necessary for applicants to possess the MOS/AFSC listed as compatible to the position in order to apply. It is, however, the applicant's responsibility to acquire a compatible MOS/AFSC within 1 year of appointment. Coordinate with your unit's training representative to determine whether or not you can qualify for a specific MOS/AFSC and/or receive training. 




General Experience: Ability to understand legal provisions, regulations, and administrative procedures and to apply them to specific situations. Ability to analyze narrative and numerical data, draw conclusions, and make decisions. Ability to communicate with others effectively, both orally and in writing.


Specialized Experience: (GS-1801-12) - 36 months experience in which the applicant demonstrates:

Experience, education, or training involving a thorough knowledge of inspection, investigation, enforcement, and compliance methods and techniques, special processes, test and performance requirements; and skill in developing plans and programs. Experience possessed by an expert in the area of inspection, investigation, enforcement, and compliance specialization able to give technical direction to otherwise competent workers. Experience determining compliance when difficult and questionable interpretations are found. Experience which required significant and concrete work accomplishments (i.e. special projects, working groups, or detailed inspection or investigation assignments) involving individual or organizational contacts. Experience in dealing with management principles and supervisory responsibility for the function required by type of position to be filled and the organization involved.


SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION: NOTE: College Transcripts are required if you wish to use Education as a substitution for experience or if a degree is a requirement for the position.  A copy of the transcript must be submitted with the Job Application. Study successfully completed in a college, university, technical or vocational school may be substituted for experience at the rate of one year of study (30 semester hours or 20 classroom hours of instruction per week) for 6 months of experience.  Courses must be directly related to the work of the position.  Maximum credit is 6 months of specialized experience.


This position is being announced in accordance with state merit promotion procedures and collective bargaining agreement. Wearing of the appropriate military uniform is required while employed in this position. Permanent change of duty station (PCS) funds are not available. 


If you are an AGR and are selected for this position, you will be required to vacate your AGR status. 


Successful applicant will be assigned to a compatible military position in an appropriate unit of assignment in the Ohio National Guard.

Travel Required
  • Not Required
Relocation Authorized
  • No

Serves as the wing Inspector General, Director of Inspections. Conducts independent assessments of the design, implementation, and/or results of the wing and geographically separated units (GSUs) operations, programs or policies. Utilizes inspections, surveys, interviews, assessments, audits, and evaluations to determine organizational compliance with applicable laws, regulations, standards, and/or policies. Evaluates readiness, economy, efficiency, and state of discipline for the wing; and provides timely, credible, and impartial information to commanders, managers, and leaders.

****  A more comprehensive detailed description of the position may be found in Position Description "D1707P01" in the employing unit or in the Human Resources Office  ****


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1. Do not send applications to the mailing address or email address on this announcement. Apply only online or via the fax number provided in the section entitled "How to Apply."

2. If you are a current career or career-conditional Federal employee or former Federal employee who has reinstatement eligibility, you must submit a copy of your latest SF-50 "Notification of Personnel Action" and/or a copy of the SF-50 that reflects career or career-conditional tenure, or you will not be considered under the merit promotion process. Also, you should submit your most recent performance appraisal.

3. If you are a male applicant who was born after 12/31/59 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.

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