U.S. Department of State INTERAGENCY POST EMPLOYEE POSITION DESCRIPTION Prepare according to instructions given in Foreign Service National Handbook, Chapter 4 (3 FAH-2) 1. POST 2. AGENCY Yerevan, Armenia State 3a. POSITION NO. 3b. Subject to identical positions? Agencies may show the number of such positions authorized and/or established after the “Yes” block. Yes x No 4. REASON FOR SUBMISSION a. Redescription of duties: Position(s) No. (Series) (Grade) b. New Position x c. Other (explain) Update of the Position Description 5. CLASSIFICATION ACTION Position Title and Series Code Grade a.Post Classification Authority U.S. Embassy Admin Officer Guard Supervisor, FSN-710 06 Initials Date b.Other c. Proposed by Initiating Office 6. POST TITLE OF POSITION (if different from official title) 7. NAME OF EMPLOYEE 8. OFFICE/SECTION a. b. Second Subdivision c. Third Subdivision 9. This is a complete and accurate description of the duties and responsibilities of my position. 10. This is a complete and accurate description of the duties and responsibilities of this position. First Subdivision Izabel Emanijyan Ty ped Name and Signature of Employ ee Date 11. This is a complete and accurate description of the duties and responsibilities of this position. There is a valid management need for this position. Zack Kendall ______________________________________________ Ty ped Name and Signature of Section Chief or Agency Head 13. ______ __ Date _____________________________________________ _ Ty ped Name and Signature of Superv isor ________ Date 12. I have satisfied myself that this is an accurate description of this position, and I certify that it has been classified in accordance with appropriate 3 FAH-2 standards. Peter Christiansen _____________________________________________ _ of Admin or HR Of f icer Ty ped Name and Signature ________ BASIC FUNCTION OF POSITION: The Shift Supervisor provides supervision to all guards on his/her shift, who provide security for the Embassy compound, CMR and DCR. DS-298 (Formerly OF-298) 08-2003 Date 14. Major Duties and Responsibilities 100 % of time The Guard Supervisor supervises the activities of all guards under his/her charge, and is responsible for rating each guard on his/her shift. The Guard Supervisor ensures all guards follow the written guard orders, and is responsible for briefing guards on new policies/regulations as well as threat information that effects the Mission's security. The Guard Supervisor manages on-the-job training for new guards on his/her shift. The Guard Supervisor is responsible for executing RSO's external security response plans in the event of an emergency, and is responsible for coordinating incident response for Mobile Patrol during emergencies. The Guard Supervisor also provides protective services for the Ambassador. The Guard Supervisor is rated by the Guard Force Manager. 15. Qualifications Required for Effective Performance A. Education: Two years college education required. B. Prior Work Experience: Three years in a related security field (i.e. security guard, military, police). Incumbent must have served in positions of increasing responsibility. C. Post Entry Training: EER drafting course and locally offered supervisory management courses as appropriate. D. Language Proficiency: Level III in English and Armenian. E. Job Knowledge: Understanding of physical security fundamentals required. F. Skills and Abilities: Computer literate (Microsoft Word and Windows), and knowledge of PR 24 baton, Itemizer explosive detection equipment, X-ray machines, and metal detectors. Must be able to type at level 1, less than 40 words a minute. G. Physical Fitness: All mail guards must be able to complete a minimum of 20 push-ups in one minutes, 25 sit-ups in one minute, and run 2.4 km in 16 minutes. All female guards must be able to complete a minimum of 20 push-ups (on knees) in one minute, 25 sit-ups in one minute, and run 2.4 km in 16 minutes. 16. Position Elements A. Supervision Received: Supervision provided directly by Guard Force manager and indirectly by RSO. B. Supervision Exercised: Supervises 25 security guards and one guard receptionist during a shift. C. Available Guidelines: Post-specific Local Guard Force orders. D. Exercise of Judgment: Good judgment is a must. A Guard Supervisor is required to determine the validity of all access requests to the Embassy, and ensure all visitors have proper documentation and escort for entry. After hours, Guard Supervisors are required to provide initial response to all security incidents that come their way, and identify when notifications to Marine Security Guards and/or senior RSO personnel is required. E. Authority to Make Commitments: None. F. Nature, Level and Purpose of Contacts: Guard Supervisors are expected to maintain working level contacts among host-country law enforcement personnel that provide protective security services to the Embassy. G. Time Expected to Reach Full Performance Level: Six months.
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