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    Summary

    THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

    This National Guard position is for a SUPERVISORY GENERAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST, Position Description Number D0388000 and is part of the ID Installation Support Unit, Idaho Army National Guard.

    INDEFINITE POSITION- MAY CONVERT TO A PERMANENT STATUS WITHOUT FURTHER COMPETITION IF POSITION BECOMES AVAILABLE.

    THIS POSITION IS ONLY OPEN TO CURRENT MEMBERS OF THE IDAHO ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.

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    Responsibilities

    This position serves as the Logistics Officer for all supply and maintenance matters at an Annual/Weekend Training Site. Serves as the Logistics Officer on the staff of the Training Site Supervisor at a State Operated Training Site.

    Responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating activities in the support of the Post, Camp and Station property; area cantonment; petroleum products; munitions; and subsistence service, to facilitate conducting annual or weekend training at the site.

    Supervises all technicians, contract employees, and temporary employees engaged in logistical support of the site to include subsistence, ammunition, and billeting.

    Receives requirements/reports from various organizations for ammunition; Post, Camp and Station property; subsistence; janitorial and housekeeping supplies; petroleum products; medical supplies; and other materials to support repair and maintenance of real property. Programs orders to have all supplies on hand at the time they are needed, and initiates requirements to supporting agencies.

    Directs activities pertaining to property accounting and responsibility, supply economy, supply discipline, maintenance of pertinent records and salvage and protection of supply items. Initiates and coordinates instructions to insure the proper training of subordinates in all matters related to supply functions.

    Responsible for the preparation and timely submission of reports of petroleum serviceability and consumption; ammunition reports covering forecasts iron training commands, expenditures and reports of malfunctions to higher headquarters to include HQ, FORSCOM.

    Responsible for the procurement and distribution of topographical maps of the Training Site and vicinity.

    Establishes procedures for the uniform inventory of subsistence and ammunition items at the close of each two week training period to insure necessary stocks are available for the ensuing periods. Establishes systematic procedures for final inventory of all non-expendable materiel at the close of the training season. Reports excess materiel not required by the Training Site to the Logistics Division of the USPFO for disposition. Responsible for the periodic inspection and maintenance of materiel in storage so as to eliminate deterioration and waste. Establishes procedures for the systematic issue and turn-in of property at the beginning and closing of each two week training period and settlements with organization supply officers concerned and/or the USPFO of the visiting States. Provides each State concerned with a property loss report, ammunition consumption report, and subsistence cost report.

    Responsible for the orderly check-out and check-in of cantonment area buildings, administrative facilities and PC&S equipment to organizations conducting winter training, weekend training and summer Annual Training.

    Formulates the logistical support procedures covering the operation of activities under his supervision. Directs the publication, assemblage and distribution of all training site logistical directives, training site menus, maps, overlays, and telephone directives for weekend training and Annual Training periods. Responsible for the preparation of all standard operating procedures, correspondence, requisition follow-up, invitation for local vendor bidding and local purchase documents emanating from the Training Site Logistics Branch.

    Applies sound management practices in the utilization of all resources, i.e., equipment, facilities, funds, manpower, space, and time, to effect expeditious and economical accomplishment of all tasks related to the logistical mission of the Site and the military organizations assigned and/or training. Responsible for the operation of the field ration mess, transient officers billets and cash collections of the Training Site. Issues statements of non-availability of mess and/or quarters as required.

    Plans and coordinates commercial telephone requirements for organizations in training to include connect and disconnect dates. Responsible for the preparation and distribution of the internal training site telephone directory.

    Communicates with organizations scheduled to utilize facilities at the Site on matters of policy and directives and furnishes advice on policy and operations. Attends conferences and meetings with NGB personnel, other governmental agencies, higher headquarters, State National Guard commands and activities on logistic matters, policies and directives. Responsible for establishment and conduct of pre-AT mess school in accordance with existing directives. Coordinates with State and higher headquarters in determining and fulfilling the logistical requirements for the support of units training at the Site.

    Performs other duties as assigned.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    9

  • Job family (Series)

    2001 General Supply

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/561669000. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.