Acquisitions Cross-Service Agreement Specialist
Reports to the Chief of Sustainment, CJ-4. Serves as the Acquisition Cross-Service Agreement (ACSA) Subject Matter Expert. Provides training and oversight for partner nation logisticians for all matters pertaining to ACSA. Implement ACSA in accordance with ASCC and DoD guidance; ensure compliance with applicable directives and instructions; delegate when appropriate, ACSA transaction authority to subordinate units, within the parameters of applicable implementing arrangements; provide guidance to the field; provide ACSA awareness training to staff and functional area managers. Maintain transaction records and all documents in ACSA Global Automated Tracking and Reporting System (AGATRS). Monitors all multinational and bilateral logistics ACSA transactions that support training exercises as well as Theater Campaign Plan and Contingency Plan operations being conducted within the units AOR. Recommends modifications to existing ACSA Agreements to better support unit engagement as required. Plans and conducts audits of ACSA transactions and reimbursements between USFOR-A and Allies and Partners to ensure proper execution and corrects deficiencies. Education BS/BA Degree
- Citizen of the United States.Possess a military background as a U.S. Army Military in Acquisitions or an equivalent background from other services or agencies. If the applicant has served in the military they must have received an honorable discharge as verified by a form DD-214 (U.S. Military). Personnel who have been discharged with a characterization of “General under other than honorable”, “Bad Conduct”, or “Dishonorable” are disqualified from this position.Mastery of Army logistics planning, funding, and management information systemsProfound knowledge of the ACSA program, practices, logistical support activities, internal control and precedent setting decisions that develop executive level guidance and logistical support by DoD level, HQDA, and Combatant Command agencies in support of USFOR-A Engagement.Knowledge of DoD acquisition policies and guidance and DoD program priorities in order to determine resolutions to problems. Previous experience with the ACSA program is required, such as competency in the specialized subject matter or functional area.Must be ACSA certified and delegated to sign on behalf of the U.S. on all multinational transactions within 3 months after acceptance of the position.Detailed knowledge of the functional fields of the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement Global Automated System (AGATRS). Skilled in analyzing and identifying disconnects between data provided from individual automated management systems and their interface with AGATRS.Possess an active SECRET clearance.
- Computer skills including MS Office (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word) and Internet Explorer.Ability to respond rapidly and sufficiently to changing requirements, unexpected contingencies and other challenging situations.Ability to manage available resources in time sensitive situationsFluent in English.
- Willing to work a 12-hour shift per day.Working conditions at assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable, with long hours, exposure to weather, dust and hazardous harsh conditions.Able to don all required personal protective gear and physically execute assigned duties.