THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST, Position Description Number D1177000 and is part of the ID G4 SMM, Idaho Army National Guard.Learn more about this agency
THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO ARMY NATIONAL GUARD, THOSE WHO WANT TO JOIN, OR TRANSITIONING MILITARY MEMBERS.
THIS POSITION IS INDEFINITE- INTERNSHIP ONLY- NOT TO EXCEED 2 YEARS. MAY CONVERT TO A PERMANENT STATUS WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE.
This position is located in a Battalion (Bn) or Squadron (Sqdrn) size headquarters of the Army National Guard (ARNG). The purpose of this position is to function as the logistics manager of the organization responsible for accomplishment and oversight of logistics plans, activities, and actions.
Develops, implements and evaluates the logistic policies for the organization. Is the primary advisor for the command in the area of logistics operations. Oversees and reviews unit level feeder reports. Analyzes and/or prepares the logistics and equipment readiness areas of the organizational readiness report. Reviews, analyzes, and provides recommendations relative to proposed MTOE and/or force structure changes to determine the impact on equipment authorizations. Keeps abreast and ensures the implementation of new policy statements, regulations and directives issued by higher headquarters concerning logistic activities. Provides guidance and assistance to ensure command programs have been implemented and evaluates their effectiveness in subordinate elements. Plan for the establishment and operation of the Administrative and Logistics Operations Center (ALOC). Develop and implement tactical standard operating procedures for logistics.
Ensures compliance with the command supply discipline program, command maintenance discipline program, and other directed command inspection programs. Assists in the preparation for and executes additional command level inspections in the area of logistics and maintenance. Oversees the duties of the Property Book Officer (PBO). Advises the commander of equipment on hand and equipment readiness issues. Directs the maintenance priority of support to unit equipment. Makes decisions based on the commander's guidance and intent in the area of property assignments. Coordinates and ensures the completion of change of command inventories and reports of survey. Directs, reviews, and makes recommendations on investigations of incidents involving property loss or damage.
Provides guidance and funds management for all decentralized logistic funds. These may include secondary stock funds, office supply accounts, transportation funding, and various classes of supply. May serve as the approving official for government purchase card expenditures.
May be required to represent the National Guard and the unit Commander in the community. Provides logistical support for community activities such as parades, celebrations, military funerals, etc. Coordinates with civic officials, club officers and school officials for such things as recruiting activities, communities support projects, natural disaster or civil disturbance planning, use of facilities for training for such things as recruiting and security of those facilities.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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