Advisor, Stock Records, Logistics Policy and Fuels - Military veterans preferred
2018-10-20 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Advise and mentor ANP officials on how to develop, implement and ensure compliance of established Afghan systems across the spectrum of tasks in the ANP. This entails the development, implementation and documentation of policies and procedures to ensure all systems function as designed and are aligned properly.
Provide stock record technician support at ILF, RLCs, and PSPs via classes, supervision, and hands on actions to train ANSF personnel to establish and operate all stock record accounts.
Train RLC and PSP personnel on the proper and accurate use of manual and automated supply systems
One technician may rotate between units and organization ensuring alignment, filling gaps, and disseminating “Best Practices”.
Coordinate with System Developers and between RLCs to ensure consistency and accuracy of training and material.
Coach ANSF logistics personnel in the core logistics tasks in order to lead them toward operation of assigned RLCs and PSPs independent from outside guidance.
Ensure and assist ANSF to develop and conduct quality assurance inspections and competency exercises.
Provide stock record technician support and alignment throughout the logistics system for all classes of supply from national depots down to PSPs.
Work with ANSF stock record personnel to spot check and correct errors when identified.
Ensure data is shared up the chain of command to support national asset visibility reporting and in reflected in the automated logistics systems.
Ensure 100% wall to wall inventory is conducted annually and spot checked monthly; and records are maintained.
Assist to ensure FMS cases are accurately and properly closed out with RSM SAO.
Ensure daily transaction reports are available.
Report feedback monthly to Systems Developers and RSM CJ45 regarding changes to improve the logistics system and decrees.
Report number of supply request received and submitted, number of requests filled, and supply requests fulfilled outside of Form 14/Form 9 process for each RLC and PSP.
Provide training to PSP in region covered by the RLC and training on customer service operations.
Provide monthly analysis of MoI Form metrics and reports on issues of effectiveness, stockage effectiveness, and customer wait times; and, maintain historical issue data to include amount, size, and type.
Identify deficiencies and corrective actions to be accomplished to rectify shortcomings. (r) Assist with SOPs for PSPs.
Include SOP for warehouse operations and local policies.
Assist other areas which include: Property Book Training; automated logistics system training, and the Mobile Training Team.
ANP Fusion Planner who will serve as the primary TAAC-E staff proponent for the Advisor teams related to Train, Advise, and Assist efforts within the Functionally Based Security Force Assistance (FBSFA) construct.
Serves as the conduit between the TAAC-E advisor teams and the Resolute Support HQs ensuring continuity of operations between CUOPS, Plans, and Afghan Counterparts. Provides focus and attention on the Train, Advise, and Assist efforts in the 202nd and 303rd Zones. Integrates into all RS EF meetings as the SME for TAAC-E.
Responsible to create/edit/update briefings and presentations as required by the OIC and NCOIC. Conducts research and data collection to create/edit/update presentations in support of meetings, briefings, requests for information, or as required in support of routine and non-routine projects. Has the authority to coordinate and set suspense dates with other personnel on the battle staff in order to receive the necessary information to complete those requirements. The ANP Fusion Planner reports to the TAAC Commander, CoS, and the DCOM, and assists the G3 in developing plans and orders for the unit that nest with green targeting. References the MAAR (Monthly ANDSF Assessment Report) and develops branch, phase, or sequel plan integration and issuance across the staff.
Assists in accomplishment of campaign plan specific goals as specified by the COR
Perform other duties as assigned
Knowledge & Skills
Working knowledge and ability to train ANP in: core logistics tasks, manual and automated supply systems, stock record accounts, automated logistics systems, property book systems, warehouse operations and policy, process improvement.
Experience & Education
Five years logistics experience in fuels.
Must have a final (not interim) Department of Defense (DoD) Secret Level Security Clearance prior to deployment and must maintain that clearance.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Must pass all medical and fitness requirements directed by US Central Command (CENTCOM) in order to deploy.
Must be able to operate in harsh and austere conditions of Afghanistan.
Must be capable of daily travel in and around Kabul and to travel to locations throughout Afghanistan.