Ammunition Item Manager
Proficient in SAAS-MOD Operations; procedures and practices; to include maintenance of SAAS-MOD connectivity; processing of Daily Cycles and Reports; support of normal inventory operations; and proper accountability of stocks. 4.24.1 Expected to resolve virtually all problems; which arise on own initiative. Controversial issues; matters with far reaching implications and major impact on policy or theater readiness are discussed with the 1stTSC; ARCENT and CENTCOM to reach jointly acceptable positions. 4.24.2 Responsible for planning; integrating and coordinating theater-wide ammunition supply; maintenance and demilitarization programs; overall theater surveillance and stockpile reliability programs; and Class V automation integration and asset reporting for the theater; to include acquiring and monitoring program funds and assets. 4.24.3 Provide supply; inventory and stockpile management for all U.S. Army ammunition stocks in SWA to include storage levels and stockage objectives; training ammunition supply support; central requisitioning; force modernization; asset stratification; asset movement; disposition; re-distribution; retrograde; call forward; foreign military sales; maintenance; demilitarization; and disposal instructions. 4.24.4 Identify shortages and recommend resupply actions; monitor on hand stocks for both operational and training ammunition; and keep accountability and visibility of all munitions. 4.24.5 Assist in the setting and establishing of stockage objectives in the CENTCOM AOR; the Theater Storage Area (TSA); and maintaining accountability. 4.24.6 Update and brief orders. Preparation of PowerPoint presentations/briefings. 4.24.7 Knowledge to plan; organize; and direct studies to develop long range plans and forecasts. The analyses are based on doctrinal regulation; ARCENT published guidance; and historical trends. The longest term used for these analyses would be to set Quarterly Stock Objectives. At he most this would be 30 days prior to the stockage levels being applied. Employees would be utilized to provide data analyses for military planning based on green suit guidance. 4.24.8 Assist in analyzing missions and resource tasking requirements in conjunction with higher level guidance; regarding operations to develop; adapt; modify; coordinate and implement OPLANS; fragmentation orders (FRAGOS) and related planning documents. 4.24.9 Serve as subject matter expert in ammunition operations and contingency planning. 4.24.10 Assist in the development of logistical doctrine; Tactics and Procedures (TTPs); and attend training meetings. 4.24.11 Analyze and resolve problems in nonstandard and standard ammunition management to develop; publish and implement regulatory and procedural guidance. 4.24.12 Knowledge of a wide range of ammunition allocation concepts; principles; and practices of a professional or administrative nature; such as would be gained through extended hands on experience; and skill on allocation of resources in difficult and complex work assignments. 4.24.13 Study; analyze; and develop methods to improve on the forecasting and reporting procedures for standard and nonstandard ammunition. 4.24.14 Contacts are with ammunition managers at individual units; installations HQDA; JMC; USASOC; FORSCOM; USMC; and other MACOMs. The purpose is to resolve ammunition supply problems; insufficient authorizations; redistribution of allocations; and suspended ammunition items. Discuss ammunition issues consistent with HQDA; JMC; USASOC; and FORSCOM policies. Contacts are for the purpose of planning; recommending; coordinating and reporting ammunition requirements. 4.24.15 Duties will be performed in accordance with AR 190-11 (PHYSICAL SECURITY OF ARMS; AMMUNITION; AND EXPLOSIVES); AR 710-1 (CENTRALIZED INVENTORY MANAGEMENT OF THE ARMY SUPPLY SYSTEM); AR 710-2 (SUPPLY POLICY BELOW THE NATIONAL LEVEL); AR 735-5 (PROPERTY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES ACCOUNTABILITY); DA PAM 710-2-2 (SUPPLY SUPPORT ACTIVITY SUPPLY SYSTEM: MANUAL PROCEDURES); DA PAM 385-64 (AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES SAFETY STANDARDS); FM 4-30.1 (MUNITIONS DISTRIBUTION IN THE THEATER OF OPERATIONS); FM 4-30.13 (AMMUNITION HANDBOOK: TACTICS; TECHNIQUES; AND PROCEDURES FOR MUNITIONS HANDLERS) and Munitions Branch guidance. Education Bachelors Degree or the equivalent combination of education; professional training; or work experience. Must have SAAS-MOD certification. Qualifications Contract Requires 5-10 yrs of related experience Ammunition Item Manager Employee will work 60 hours per week. Maintain a DOD Secret Clearance. Maybe required to perform duties throughout the CENTCOM AOR. #cjjobs As a trusted systems integrator for more than 50 years, General Dynamics Information Technology provides information technology (IT), systems engineering, professional services and simulation and training to customers in the defense, federal civilian government, health, homeland security, intelligence, state and local government and commercial sectors.With approximately 32,000 professionals worldwide, the company delivers IT enterprise solutions, manages large-scale, mission-critical IT programs and provides mission support services.GDIT is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.