Senior Logistics Analyst and Mentor, ANA Engineer Advisor Branch - Military veterans preferred

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  full-time   employee


Job Summary
ANA Engineer Advisor Branch has the responsibility of advising the Ministry of Defense General Staff Engineer, National Engineer Brigade, and the Afghan National Army (ANA) Engineer School in Mazar-e-Sharif.  This includes enhancing ANA combat and general engineering capability across six ANA Corps, the 111th Capitol Division, and the ANA National Engineer Brigade.
Principal Accountabilities
  • Serve as the primary Coalition advisor to the Ministry of Defense (MoD) Deputy General Staff Engineer for Administration and Logistics, an ANA Brigadier General.
  • Provide multi-echelon analyses of ANA tactical engineer logistics and sustainment information related to planning and executing strategic initiatives that build enduring capability within the ANA tactical engineers.
  • Conduct quantitative or qualitative analysis of ANA tactical engineer programs and logistics readiness data to provide senior Coalition decision makers with the knowledge necessary to make sound and timely decisions.
  • Provide program analysis that will help increase effectiveness of advisory efforts by collecting and analyzing data and developing decision support tools or products.
  • Formulate and apply logistics models and other sustainment methods in order to develop and interpret information that assists management with decision making, policy formulation, or other sustainment functions.
  • Understand Afghan data reporting tools, to include but not limited to, AFMIS, CoreIMS and LRAT, in order to extract necessary data for analysis and logistics planning.
  • Analyze information obtained from Afghan systems to identify, optimize, and resolve logistics and readiness problems.
  • Develop communication products that distill complex sustainment concepts or data into products that are understandable by senior leaders (Afghan and Coalition).
  • Develop sustainment methods and procedures to include logistics models and planning tools or management systems to optimize equipment and repair parts delivery schedules and sustainment priorities.
  • Collaborate with others in the organization to ensure successful implementation of chosen problem solutions, especially all relevant branches of the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) Essential Function 5.1 staff and the TAAC engineer advisors.
  • Prepare management reports defining and evaluating ANA tactical engineer problems and recommending solutions.
  • Provide administrative and logistics support to ongoing and emerging SFA initiatives.
  • Serve as the CSTC-A Combined Joint Engineering (CJ-ENG) ANA Engineer Advisor Branch operations and force protection coordinator.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Skills

  • Possess advanced MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint skills, and advanced knowledge of databases, web content management, and graphic presentation.
  • Knowledge of military logistics, supply, and maintenance, and/or information technology systems, and understanding of and experience with military logistics and sustainment programs from both a technical and programmatic perspective.
  • Strong analytical skills using appropriate quantitative and qualitative tools and methods.
  • Ability to effectively communicate the results of the studies and analyses to sponsoring senior Coalition and ANA tactical engineer officials through written reports, briefings, and oral presentations.
  • Capability to be effective in a complex strategic environment through influence and interaction

Experience & Education

  • Masters’ degree with 6 years’ or Bachelor’s degree with 8 years’ experience in military sustainment operations.
  • Management experience of 4 years.
  • Experience working logistics or sustainment at the strategic level within DoD is desired.
  • 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.