Technical Advisor, Registration/Material Receipt - Military veterans preferred
2019-01-08 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
The Registration/Material Receipt Technical shall assist Security Assistance Office (SAO), End-Use Monitoring (EUM) Branch, in registering defense articles; tracking the origin, shipping, receipt, and distribution of defense articles procured through Foreign Military Sale (FMS) or Pseudo FMS process for the Afghan National Defense Security Force (ANDSF); and accomplishing EUM activities of those defense articles.
Mentor ANDSF in proper equipment accountability procedures.
Support the ANDSF and U.S. depot facilities.
Register defense articles by preparing, uploading and exporting historical data of origin, shipping, receipt, and distribution of defense articles from the appropriate manual or automated System of Record, Stock Record Account, or Inventory Management System; inventory defense articles, analyze shipping documents, conduct physical and searches of depots, warehouses, and shipping containers or other appropriate source documents to reconcile discrepancies or gaps in databases or records.
Track origin, shipping, receipt, and distribution of defense articles. This task includes verifying and reconciling receipts of shipping data using Defense Transportation System web based tools; assisting USG Personnel assigned to ANDSF logistics support facilities (RLCs and FSDs) during their receipt and inventory of all defense articles with emphasis on sensitive items arriving at the logistics centers; managing the interface between DSCAs web based portal Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP) by regularly validating, exporting, and uploading shipping receipts and distribution of defense articles; reconciling and updating Reports of Discrepancy (RODs); and maintaining visibility of FMS deliveries, particularly of lethal articles and NVDs..
Inform the SAO EUM Team of potential unauthorized changes in the end-use status of defense articles due to loss, theft, improper storage, negligence, or physical security and accountability procedures.
Prepare and submit reports to the EUM Chief/Deputy on a weekly basis of pertinent EUM activities such as receipts of shipments, data reconciliation, and records research.
Demonstrate working knowledge of and be conversant in the legislation, DoD instructions and regulations, and published formal and informal Standard Operating Procedures governing the Registration of Small Arms Tracking Shipping, Origin, Receipt, and Distribution of Defense Articles, End Use Monitoring and Enhanced End Use Monitoring, to include, but not limited to: Public Law 111-84-FY2010 NDAA Section 1225; DoDDSCA Manual 5105.38-M-Security Assistance Management Manual Chapter 08 - End-Use Monitoring (EUM); Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, Sections 505 and 644; and DoDI 4140.66 - Registration and Monitoring of Defense Articles. (i) Assist DSCA with all Defense Article research required to keep SCIP records updated. Research historical data and provide reports of findings. Assist with the backlog of title of transfer documents.
Perform other duties as assigned
Knowledge & Skills
Applied proficiency in Microsoft Products to include MS Access, Excel, and Word.
Demonstrated proficiency in written and verbal communications skills.
Experience & Education
Minimum five years of experience two or more of the following domains: Logistics, Foreign Military Sales, general cost accounting, acquisition or program management.
Bachelor's Degree Information Technology, Business Management, or Logistics Management.
Must have a final (not interim) DoD SECRET Level Security Clearance before deployment and 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 as well as to locations throughout Afghanistan.