Assist Coalition Forces with the request for logistics support, supplies, services, and equipment.Manages property accountability or U.S loaned equipment per Army regulations.Generates and coordinates documentation for the federal excess personal property (FEPP).Establishes or maintains accountable property policy through interpretation and implementation of directives from higher authority for Coalition Forces.Develops and coordinates a wide variety of supply, equipment, and maintenance management concepts/procedures for implementation.Develops, integrates, and executes life cycle policy for the acquisition, accounting, cataloging, and management of all personal property used by the Coalition Forces.Develops equipment management program policy for life cycle management of all property under Coalition Force control.Serves as the logistic advisor in the Coalition Support Cell (CSC); responsible for functional expertise in the areas of logistic, supply management, property book management, movement control, plan, coordinate, monitor, and execute logistics operation.Responsible for the collection, recording, and documentation for Coalition Provided Equipment (CPE) and Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) property book data for continuous update, control of property accountability, accuracy within the CSC.Assist and provide guidance to hand receipt holders in property accountability requirements IAW AR 710-2, AR 735-5, DA PAM 735-5, and 1207 Reporting.Train and assist in property accountability through the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system, ensuring total accuracy, ensures critical assets were on hand or ordered; monitors all sensitive items and unit inventories; helps prepare Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL).Perform reviews of all coalition partners hand receipts for property loaned under the CRSP and 1207 Reporting is accounted for accurately.Assist with the processing of Coalition Operational Needs Statement (CONS) within the CSC.
Bachelors Degree required
5-8 years of related experience.Computer skills including MS Office (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word) and Internet Explorer.Two (2) years’ of operational experience with The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) and Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE).Ability to respond rapidly and sufficiently to changing requirements, unexpected contingencies and other challenging situations.Ability to manage available resources in time sensitive situations.Fluent in English.Communicating in cross-cultural and multi-cultural environments both in written and oral formats.Physical Requirements and Working Environment. The contractor should be able to and be willing to work under the following conditions:Available 24 hours a day, and will be on site a minimum of 12 hours 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. Citizen of the United States.Possess a military background as a U.S. Army Global Force Manager having attained the grade of E6, CW2, O3 or higher with an accumulation of at least three years of property management and supply action experience.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.Possess an active SECRET clearance.