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61st Force Support Squadron (FSS) Hiring Fair

Space Base Delta 3 Hiring Fair

Join The SBD 3 Team!

Space Base Delta 3 and the 61st Force Support Squadron at Los Angeles Air Force Base will be hosting a Job Fair on Saturday, July 27 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Hyatt Place Los Angeles/LAX/El Segundo located at 750 N. Nash St, El Segundo, CA 90245.

Regular, Part-time, and Flexible positions needed for both Los Angeles Air Force Base, El Segundo and Fort MacArthur, San Pedro. Available positions include:

  • Child & Youth
  • DoD Police Officers
  • Education, Training & Prevention
  • Food & Beverage
  • Lifeguards & Swim Instructors
  • Outdoor Recreation

Exclusive Hiring Fair Positions:

Hiring managers will be conducting interviews for the following positions:

Recreation Assistant (Lifeguard/Swim Instructor) NF 2

About the position: Serves as a Lifeguard/Swim Instructor at the Fort MacArthur Pool. Performs rescues and resuscitates individuals in danger, promptly administers appropriate levels of first aid within certified scope and calls for medical assistance as needed. Conducts swimming lessons and instruction to individuals or groups of adults and/or children following a prescribed lesson plan as provided by the supervisor. Warns swimmers of unsafe hazards and recommends closing swimming areas until safe conditions prevail. Monitors swimming area and facility to ensure safety of patrons and staff. Maintains order and enforces established safety rules and behavior. Instructs patrons on rules and procedures for safe swimming. Ensures diving boards and slides are inspected frequently for cracks or loose matting, and reports problems or incidences to supervisor in timely manner. Participates in required in-service training sessions. Monitors Chlorine and Ph chemical levels every two hours to ensure pool water meets specified Air Force OSHA Standard 48-14 (AFOSHSTD); Documents results; notifies management and follows Bio Environmental and Engineering (BEE) protocol when levels are not in compliance. Other duties in support of the pool’s daily operation also include completing appropriate forms and logs for incidents, safety, and cleaning. Opening and closing duties include the preparation of chemicals, cleaning of bath houses, wading pools, main pool, pool decks, spray park, and sunbathing areas. Ensures the swimming area is open at scheduled times. May Perform entrance control duties including, allowing only authorized persons to be admitted into pool area, collecting fee’s, use cash register and complete deposit documents.

Environmental Factors: Work is performed indoors and outdoors. Involves long periods of exposure to sun and chlorinated water. Physical exertion required in effective swimming rescue

Qualifying Experience: Must have or be able to obtain a nationally recognized lifeguard certification within 30 days of employment to include the ability to swim 300 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, tread water for 2 minutes using legs only, to retrieve a 10 lb. Dive brick from 10 feet deep, surface and swim 20 yards with weight using legs only and exit the pool without using a ladder within 100 seconds. Must have working knowledge of equipment such as: First aid kits, buoys, rings, shepherd’s hooks, and backboards. Experience which provides a practical knowledge of instructional and developmental teaching methods, swimming activities is highly desired. Knowledge of pool rules, procedures and skill in the use and maintenance of various pool and safety equipment is desirable. Must successfully complete local and national agency checks as well as state and national criminal background checks.

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Child And Youth Program Assistant (CDC) CY 1-2

About the position:
CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (ALL LEVELS):
The incumbent will serve as a Child and Youth Program Assistant (CYPA) in one or more child and youth programs and will be accountable for the whereabouts and safety of children and youth. Provides care/supervision, oversight and accountability for program participants. Assists in preparing age appropriate activities; supervises children and youth during indoor and outdoor activities, on field trips, outings and special events; arranges and serves snacks/meals. Executes work in accordance with policies and regulations. May be required to transport children in government vehicles.

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (TARGET LEVEL): Coordinates and conducts activities for children and/or youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to 18 years. Creates an environment which welcomes participant interest and promotes positive interactions. Implements program options for children and youth with special requirements. Demonstrates, instructs, leads and facilitates planned and spontaneous program activities. Briefs staff, management, and parents on activities. Conducts inventory on equipment and supplies.

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL): Assists in planning, coordinating and conducting activities for program participants. Creates an environment which welcomes participant interest and promotes positive interactions. Implements daily schedules and activity plans to ensure age/stage appropriateness. Briefs staff, management, and parents on activities. Conducts inventory on equipment and supplies.

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (ENTRY LEVEL): Performs simple routine tasks following step-by-step instructions. Assists in providing planned activities using prepared curriculum and program materials. Creates an environment which welcomes participant interest and promotes positive interactions. Generates a list of needed supplies and equipment. Attends to the physical needs of the children, as applicable.

Qualifications:
Who May Apply: Open to everyone. Applicants will be categorized by preference(s) and/or priority consideration eligibilities. An applicant’s eligibility will be determined based on eligibility claimed in the questionnaire and proof of eligibility MUST be provided with application by the closing date, 07/29/2024

  • Business Based Action
  • Military Spouse Preference
  • Outside Applicant Veteran
  • Spouse/Widow/Parent of Veteran
  • Transition Hiring Preference

In order to qualify, you must meet the experience requirements described below. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application.

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Child And Youth Program Assistant (YP) CY 1-2

About the position:
CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (ALL LEVELS):
The incumbent will serve as a Child and Youth Program Assistant (CYPA) in one or more child and youth programs and will be accountable for the whereabouts and safety of children and youth. Provides care/supervision, oversight and accountability for program participants. Assists in preparing age appropriate activities; supervises children and youth during indoor and outdoor activities, on field trips, outings and special events; arranges and serves snacks/meals. Executes work in accordance with policies and regulations. May be required to transport children in government vehicles.

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (TARGET LEVEL): Coordinates and conducts activities for children and/or youth ranging in age from 6 weeks to 18 years. Creates an environment which welcomes participant interest and promotes positive interactions. Implements program options for children and youth with special requirements. Demonstrates, instructs, leads and facilitates planned and spontaneous program activities. Briefs staff, management, and parents on activities. Conducts inventory on equipment and supplies.

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL): Assists in planning, coordinating and conducting activities for program participants. Creates an environment which welcomes participant interest and promotes positive interactions. Implements daily schedules and activity plans to ensure age/stage appropriateness. Briefs staff, management, and parents on activities. Conducts inventory on equipment and supplies.

CHILD AND YOUTH PROGRAM ASSISTANT (ENTRY LEVEL): Performs simple routine tasks following step-by-step instructions. Assists in providing planned activities using prepared curriculum and program materials. Creates an environment which welcomes participant interest and promotes positive interactions. Generates a list of needed supplies and equipment. Attends to the physical needs of the children, as applicable.

Qualifications:
Who May Apply: Open to everyone. Applicants will be categorized by preference(s) and/or priority consideration eligibilities. An applicant’s eligibility will be determined based on eligibility claimed in the questionnaire and proof of eligibility MUST be provided with application by the closing date, 07/29/2024.

  • Business Based Action
  • Military Spouse Preference
  • Outside Applicant Veteran
  • Spouse/Widow/Parent of Veteran
  • Transition Hiring Preference

In order to qualify, you must meet the experience requirements. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community; student; social). You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience. Your resume must clearly describe your relevant experience; if qualifying based on education, your transcripts will be required as part of your application.

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Cashier (Food Service Worker) NF 1

About the position: In a Food Activity: Performs check-out duties such as ringing up food, beverages and merchandise by individual item operating a cash register; totaling sales; processing credit card sales; receiving money, makes change and charges to member’s account. At the end of each tour of duty clears the cash register, and turns over cash and supporting documents as instructed. Conducts daily inventories. Maintains area in clean and orderly condition. May perform related food service duties such as assisting in setting up the serving line, replenishing beverage dispensers, ensuring kitchen staff is advised when buffet line needs replenishment. Serves as an additional Food Service worker to the kitchen. Prepares simple food items using standardized recipe card. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifying Experience: Must have experience that includes demonstrated ability to perform common cashier transactions when receiving payments from customers. Must also have experience in the direct handling of cash items. Must have ability to communicate orally. Must possess skill in dealing with the public. Must be able to frequently lift or move objects weighing up to 20 pounds, and occasionally over 20 pounds with assistance. Must be able to continuously stand, walk, stoop, reach, push and bend for long periods of time. Must be able to obtain a Food Handler’s Certificate and/or complete food handler’s training. Must be able to satisfactorily complete a National Agency Check with Inquiries (Tier-I Investigation).

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Supervisory Integrated Prevention Chief, NH-0101-03
About the position: To serve as the installation Integrated Prevention Chief and first level supervisor, providing planning, directing, organizing, and exercising control over non-supervisory employees assigned to the Integrated Resilience Office at an Air Force/Space Force installation. The Integrated Prevention Chief leads the development, implementation and evaluation of all prevention and resilience efforts. Serves as the key subject matter expert ensuring all installation prevention partners, leadership, and the community understands risk and protective factors associated with self-directed harm and prohibited abusive or harmful acts from a public health perspective. This position is responsible for overseeing consistent and reliable information to inform strategies, policy, and program evaluation. Collaborates and integrates primary prevention efforts in are as such as sexual assault, family violence (incl. intimate partner violence and child abuse and neglect), workplace violence (including harassment, bullying and hazing), suicide, and alcohol abuse/misuse prevention.

Only resumes will be accepted for this position. No interviews will be conducted at the hiring fair. This is a Direct-Hire Authority (DHA) position.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Manager, NH-0101-03
About the position: To implement and manage the installation level Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program and serve as consultant to the installation or host Wing Commander (WG/CC) or delegated Vice Wing Commander (WG/CV) on institutionalizing core values for the Department of the Air Force. To provide effective prevention and response programs addressing sexual assault and other acts of interpersonal violence as well as other areas pertaining to human relations and interpersonal violence. Also provides the installation or host WG/CC or delegated WG/CV with an additional resource to assist in the ongoing effort to instill respect and the Air Force core values throughout the Air Force.

Only resumes will be accepted for this position. No interviews will be conducted at the hiring fair. This is a Direct-Hire Authority (DHA) position.

Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment Prevention and Response Specialist, NH-0101-02
About the position: To serve as a Sexual Assault/Sexual Harassment Victim Advocate to eligible installation level military, civilians, and dependents. To provide effective prevention and response programs addressing sexual assault/sexual harassment and other acts of interpersonal violence as well as other areas pertaining to human relations and interpersonal violence. Requires knowledge of extensive procedures and operations requiring extensive training.

Only resumes will be accepted for this position. No interviews will be conducted at the hiring fair. This is a Direct-Hire Authority (DHA) position.

DoD Police Officer
About the position:

The 61st Security Forces Squadron (61 SFS) exercises jurisdiction over Los Angeles Air Force Base (LAAFB) and its separated housing annexes. LAAFB is home to the Field Command for the Space Force’s Space Systems Center. 61 SFS military and civilian police work together to protect against criminal activity and provide Force Protection from hostile actors posing threats to the resources and to the thousands of civilians and military that make up our community. DAF police officers must complete clearance and background checks and must attend the DAF Law Enforcement Training Center in Little Rock, AR.

Police Duties:
Civilian police have full powers of apprehension and detention, which entails carrying a firearm, mirandizing suspects, preserving evidence, and testifying in court as it pertains to enforcing regulations within assigned jurisdiction. The unit also supports National Security Special Events in the National Capital Region. Officers also serve as the primary command and control function for all Integrated Defense forces. In addition, police officers act as the initial on scene commander for significant and catastrophic events (e.g. active shooter, terrorist attacks, and natural disasters).

Police Training:
Candidates attend a DoD POST certificate course at the DAF Law Enforcement Training Center. Our GS-0083 Police Series civilians are integral to the Air Force’s operational readiness and enable Security Forces to meet mission requirements. Collectively, Security Forces and Civilian Police must train and equip the force to conduct law enforcement activities in support of military department and defense agency requirements.

Salary Range:
$40K – $160K

  • Benefits include:
  • Hiring bonuses
  • End-of-year bonuses
  • Daily overtime
  • Tuition assistance
  • Rapid promotions
  • 5% matching on 401K
  • Medical/Dental insurance
  • 26 days annual/sick leave
  • Student loan repay
  • Development opportunities

 

EMAIL RESUMES TO:

61SFS.S30.Recruiting@spaceforce.mil

Representatives will be available and interviewing at the hiring fair.


New position listings will be added daily. Check back for updates.


What to expect at the event:

Must bring your resume and state ID. Be prepared to meet with hiring managers for on-the-spot interviews and potential job offers, if selected.


Parking & Check-In:

Complimentary self-parking will be available on-site. A parking validation will be provided at the front desk. Self-parking will be available in front of Hyatt Place off Nash St and in the parking structure next to AC Hotel off Campus Square W. In addition, valet parking is also available at AC Hotel for $10.

Check-in will be located at the Oasis Lounge entrance to the right of the main lobby entrance.


Benefits of Federal employment:

Health & Life Insurance, Retirement & 401(k), Annual & Sick Leave (PTO).*

Additional Benefits: On-base child care, tax-free shopping, and free gym access.**


Learn more about 61st Force Support Squadron NAF Jobs by visiting https://www.lafss.com/Jobs.


*Open to regular and part-time positions only. **Open to all employment categories.

Date

Jul 27 2024

Time

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Labels

On Schedule

Location

Hyatt Place LAX/El Segundo
Hyatt Place LAX/El Segundo
750 N Nash St, El Segundo, CA 90245
Website
https://www.hyatt.com/hyatt-place/en-US/laxze-hyatt-place-los-angeles-lax-el-segundo/hotel-info
Phone
(310) 322-2880