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REO: O-51764 - CA - DAS 3-9, Coord. and Resource Officer

Status Open

Competition Closing Date: 17-DEC-2021

From: C Army

Subj: Class B Temporary Res Svc opportunity - C Army - MGEN GEORGE R. PEARKES BLDG 101 COLONEL BY DR, OTTAWA, ON, K1A 0K2, CA (Actual Employment Location: NDHQ Carling, 60 Moodie Ottawa ON Telework possible / Télétravail possible)

A. CF Mil Pers Instr 20/04 - Administrative Policy of Class A, Class B and Class C Reserve Instruction
B. DAOD 5023-2 - Physical Fitness Program
C. MHRRP - Military Human Resources Records Procedures - Topic Cl A, B,C Res Service
D. CFIRP - Canadian Forces Integrated Relocation Program
E. CFTDTI - Canadian Forces Temporary Duty Travel Instructions
F. CANFORGEN 132/17 CMP 065/17 121312Z AUG 17, Identification of Official Languages Requirements for Primary Reserve Positions

  1. C Army has a Class B Temporary for a Capt/Capt MOS ID/Occupation 90000-ATR to commence on 30-AUG-2021 until 29-AUG-2022. Only personnel from the following Component/Sub-Component may apply for this position: Regular Force, Primary Reserve Force, Supplementary Reserve Force.
  2. Essential requirements are as fols:
    1. Rank: Capt/Capt
      Lt eligible for promotion to Capt may apply, but will only be considered should no Capt apply and be found suitable.
    2. MOS ID: 90000-ATR
    3. Language: English essential
    4. Security clearance: Secret
    5. Health: BE MED/DENT FIT
    6. Physical fitness: MUST BE PHYSICALLY FIT
    7. Required experience and quals:
      • Course Remarks:
        • AOC preferred
      • Competency Remarks:
        • Experience working in a HQ at Brigade or higher level, is a benefit.
          Knoweldge of MS Office Suite (preferred)
          Knowledge of ACIMS
          Knowledge of Monitor Mass
          Knowledge of DRIMIS
    8. Position requirements for regular force annuitants permit IAW CMP instruction 20/04: Yes - Option 2 ( (# 20/04))
  3. Secondary requirements of position, as applic:
    • Knowledge of IM
      Awareness of CA and CAF International Engagement Programs
      Knowledge of CA HQ structure
  4. Basic description of duties: Reports to DAS 3-2.

    Act as CA's primary staff officer to coordinate all aspects of the CA Exchange, Attachement, and Liaison Programme (EALP) (including OUTCAN positions, Reserve Force Foreign Service Agreements and Short Term Exchanges).

    Advise the Canadian Army International Program (CAIP) section head (DAS 3) on all CA EALP issues. Coordinates general administration for exchange/liaison personnel.

    CA EALP Coord provides staffing role for developing priorities within the program and is the primary staff officer for preparing briefing product and program updates.

    In conjunction with FORMIL staffs in AUS, FRA, GBR and USA ensures OUTCAN Position Descriptions are updated regularly IOT ensure they meet Comd CA priorities and accurately reflect the employment of CA pers on exchange.

    Maintain EALP position tracker.

    Work with VCDS OUTCAN, CProg and CA DLFD for DTEP and establishment change requests ensuring they are completed accurately and submitted IAW timelines set by DVCDS in preparation for semi-annual OUTCAN SRBs.

    Planner and meeting coordinator for annual EALP Review Board and Working Group, a conference hosted by DComd CA for all EALP OUTCAN unit sponsors and CA LOs.

    Coordinate new OUTCAN postings during the annual posting season with DAS 3 Desk Officers, Career Managers, Directors, and sponsors for OUTCAN position. Review nominations and make recommendations to DAS 3 / DAS 3-2 on suitability of nomination to fill each posn.

    Plans and executes the annual LOWG for DAS.

    Staffs a consolidated annual LO report.

    Manages EO/LO annual leave and other pers admin support.

    Responsible for assisting with the personal administration of CA HQ sponsored EALP pers IAW CA EALP Directive and VCDS OUTCAN directive.

    Responsible for maintaining official records of CA EALP.

    As required, attend army-to-army staff talks, chaired by DComd CA as CA lead for EALP.

    Attend semi-annual OUTCAN SRBs, chaired by DVCDS, as a CA representative.

    As required, attends other national and international conferences.

    Report to DAS 3-2 financial reporting, business planning and administration. Advise DAS 3-2 on quarterly reports (in-year) and business planning (out-year).

    Maintain situational awareness of the DAS 3 budget and attend CA HQ budget meetings as required.

    Manage DAS 3 annual TD and short term exchange resources - a resource portfolio in excess of $150K as CA assumes responsibility for resourcing short-term exchanges with key partners, TD for OUTCAN pers traveling on CA specific tasks and TD for all DAS 3 desk officer travel.

    As the DAS 3 contracting officer, manage DRMIS commitments, execute small contracts and complete claims authorization for DAS 3 section. Provide administrative support including: Maintain and update the DAS 3 Travel Plan, manage taxi chits, and Master Card account reconciliation.
  5. Rations, quarters, accomodations, and/or move
    1. Rations and quarters are available?: NO
    2. Member must live in service accomodation?: NO
    3. Member must live on the economy.
    4. Move of DHG and E will be considered? NO
    5. Other pertinent details: If move of DHG and E is not considered for this employment opportunity, this means that the member is responsible to bear all costs associated with moving DHG and E to their new place of duty when the member is not from the local area. No travel, rations or accommodation expenses related to the move will be reimbursed. Telework possible.
  6. Members of the Supp Res if eligible who wish to apply for this position may do so through SUPP RES STAFF at toll free number: 1-866-558-3566, Fax number: 1-613-992-1324, Email: Members of the P Res and Reg F if eligible who wish to apply for this position may do so through their home unit's Orderly Room. If eligible, members of the NAVRES/RCN PRL, who wish to apply for this position, may do so by submitting an e-mail through their chain of command before going to the appropriate career manager for action. If selected, members of the NAVRES/RCN PRL must receive an authorisation from NAVRESHQ prior to start employment; this will ensure careful review of position requirements and time to complete appropriate administrative action. If selected for an employment within RCN, members of all Commands must receive an authorisation from NAVRESHQ prior to start employment. All nominations must be submitted through the Monitor Mass Reserve Employment Opportunity (REO). NOMINATIONS NOT PROCESSED THROUGH REO WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. Nominations must include the following: 
    1. Contact information.
    2. Confirmation of whether or not member is in receipt of a pension under the CFSA attributable to REG F SVC.
    3. Any other pertinent info that should be considered by the employer (personal limitations affecting service performance, etc), including comments regarding any requirements for the position that may not be up to date in HRMS (such as language profile, physical fitness or medical) since initial screening for the POSN will be based on HRMS data. Sources documents will be required.
    4. CL C RES SVC IPC/IC calculation report results from HRMS (for CL C RES SVC opportunities only).
  7. OPI:
    • Name: LCol Braybrook , Chelsea
    • Position: 076603 - DAS 3/DLSP 2
    • Phone: 613-901-6402
    • Email:
  8. Interviews: Only applicants considered suitable for the position will be contacted for interviews.
  9. Remarks: Please attach your Resumé/CV and MPRR. Telework possible.
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