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									      Logistics Worldwide (LOGWORLD) Logistics
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General Services Administration (GSA) Authorized Federal Supply Schedule
                                Price List
Contract Number: GS-10F-0373P June 10, 2009 to June 09, 2014
Mod: PS-0016

Contractor:               LOGISTICS 2020, INC.
                          13203 N Enon Church Road
                          B-Wing
                          Chester, VA 23836

Business Office:          Phone: (804) 748-0042
                          Fax: (804) 748-0029

For RFQ Distribution:     michael.rose@logistics2020.com

Program Manager:          Michael Rose
Phone:                    (804) 748-0042 x110

Contracts:                David Levy
Phone:                    (804) 748-0042 x114

Business Size:            Small Business

Website:                  www.logistics2020.com

SIN 874-501, 874-501 RC: Supply & Value Chain Management Services
SIN 874-503, 874-503 RC: Distribution & Transportation Logistics Services
SIN 874-504, 874-504 RC: Deployment Logistics
SIN 874-505, 874-505 RC: Logistics Training Services
SIN 874-507, 874-507 RC: Operations & Maintenance Logistics Management &
Support Services
                   Labor Category CONUS                   Hourly Rate
Administrative Operations Specialist                         $68.76
Administrative Specialist**                                  $52.03
Administrative Watch Officer                                 $63.02
Armorer I                                                    $78.24
Armorer II                                                   $98.14
Armorer III                                                  $97.77
Armorer/Small Arms Instructor                               $108.18
Central Issue Facility Manager                               $90.03
Central Issue Facility Storekeeper                           $52.16
Central Issue Facility Technician                            $61.47
Chemical Gear Technician                                     $62.81
Chief Manpower Management                                   $119.10
Communications Technician                                    $58.41
Consultant                                                  $115.81
Contract Specialist                                          $84.82
Data Entry/Administrative Officer                            $63.11
Data Entry/Administrative Technician                         $62.78
Deployed Personnel Specialist                                $58.24
Deployment Mission Manager                                   $80.86
Deployment Pay Administrator                                 $72.59
Deputy Operations Manager                                   $134.39
Deputy Project Manager                                       $50.34
Facilities Manager                                           $75.24
General Laborer**                                            $26.88
Global Force Manager                                         $94.76
Human Resource Deployment Specialist                         $88.00
HVAC Technician I**                                          $37.19
Intelligence Community CIF Technician                        $56.72
Inventory Control Manager                                    $48.79
J1 Rear HR Specialist                                       $107.70
Junior In-Transit Visibility (ITV) Analyst                   $39.46
Logistics Expert                                             $94.09
Logistics Planner                                           $115.83
Logistics Planner/Program Manager                           $130.57
Logistics Technician                                         $59.58
Maintenance Technician**                                     $47.01
Material Handling Laborer**                                  $33.55
Mission Manager                                              $64.77
Operations Center Admin/Security Officer                     $52.75
Operations Center Logistics Subject Matter Expert (SME)     $104.43
Operations Manager                                          $153.23
Personnel Specialist                                         $52.75
Pre-Deployment Mission Manager I                             $75.94
Pre-Deployment Mission Manager II                            $88.22
Program Manager                                             $118.53
Project Manager                                              $86.07
Property Book Officer                                       $107.49
Property Book Specialist                                     $96.88
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                    Labor Category CONUS                                    Hourly Rate
Property Book Technician**                                                      $52.93
Redeployment Mission Manager                                                    $73.51
Senior Administrative Officer                                                   $76.62
Senior Consultant                                                              $166.31
Senior Deployment Operations Officer                                           $135.51
Senior Exercise Planner                                                        $135.51
Senior HR Deployment Manager                                                    $86.53
Senior Logistics Manager                                                       $113.80
Senior Logistics Planner I                                                     $110.53
Senior Logistics Planner II                                                    $136.10
Senior Mission Manager                                                         $101.89
Senior Staff Officer                                                           $120.62
Shipping Receiving Clerk **                                                     $48.43
Small Arms Instructor                                                           $86.25
Subject Matter Expert                                                          $154.50
Supply Clerk **                                                                 $28.63
Supply Technician**                                                             $46.18
TDY Mission Readiness Specialist                                                $81.66
Transportation Manager                                                          $96.11
Warehouse Specialist **                                                         $36.57
Weapons Instructor/Central Issue Facility Staff                                 $86.25
Weapons Program Manager                                                        $109.71
Web Designer                                                                   $124.79


                  Labor Category (OCONUS)                                   Hourly Rate
Armorer Specialist                                                              $59.59
Budget Analyst                                                                  $70.11
Carpenter                                                                       $62.26
Electrician                                                                     $62.26
Facility Maintenance Technician                                                 $60.39
Fleet Manager                                                                   $62.26
HVAC Mechanic                                                                   $62.26
Logistics Technician (Aerial Port Operator)                                     $72.88
Logistics Technician (Aircraft Coordinator)                                     $67.08
Logistics Technician (Armorer)                                                  $66.23
Logistics Technician (Asset Manager)                                            $71.27
Logistics Technician (Assistant Billeting Manager)                              $70.11
Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Facilities)                             $73.43
Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Logistics)                              $78.04
Logistics Technician (Billeting Manager)                                        $73.43
Logistics Technician (CIF Operator)                                             $62.51
Logistics Technician (Deployed Site Lead)                                       $73.61
Logistics Technician (Engineering Escort )                                      $69.11
Logistics Technician (Equipment Maintenance Subject Matter Expert)              $73.43
Logistics Technician (Facilities Engineer)                                      $66.53
Logistics Technician (Facilities Manager)                                       $66.59



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                  Labor Category (OCONUS)                                              Hourly Rate
Logistics Technician (Program Manager)                                                        $75.71
Logistics Technician (Senior Logistics Coordinator)                                           $74.69
Logistics Technician (Supply & Billeting Manager)                                             $73.43
Logistics Technician (Supply Technician)                                                      $69.76
Logistics Technician (Supply/Armorer)                                                         $72.69
Logistics Technician (Supply/Warehouse/Armorer)                                               $73.43
Logistics Technician (Transporter)                                                            $73.43
Logistics Technician (Utility Ground Sustainment)                                             $67.25
Logistics Technician (Vehicle Maintenance)                                                    $73.43
Logistics Technician (Warehouseman)                                                           $68.42
Plumber                                                                                       $62.26
Power Generator Mechanic                                                                      $62.26
Program Manager                                                                               $74.76
Property Book Specialist                                                                     $113.98
Site Lead                                                                                     $77.92


** Denotes SCA eligible categories. See the SCA Matrix below for additional information
regarding these labor categories.

SCA
The labor categories that fall under the requirements of the Service Contract Act (SCA) (i.e. non-
exempt labor categories) are identified in the matrix below. The prices for these labor categories
meet or exceed the requirements in the SCA Wage Determinations identified below. The matrix
and narrative are incorporated into this contract and must also be included in the contractor's
electronic price list on GSA Advantage.


                                               SCA Matrix

 SCA Eligible Contract Labor Category                   SCA Equivalent Code - Title              WD Number

 Administrative Specialist**                          01020 - Administrative Assistant          05-2103
 General Laborer**                                    23470 - Laborer                           05-2103
                                                      23410 - Heating,Ventilation, and Air
 HVAC Technician I*                                                                             05-2103
                                                      Conditioning Mechanic
 Maintenance Technician**                             23370 - General Maintenance Worker        05-2103
 Material Handling Laborer**                          21050 – Material Handling Laborer         05-2183
 Property Book Technician**                           01410 - Supply Technician                 05-2103
 Shipping/Receiving Clerk**                           21130 – Shipping Receiving Clerk          05-2183
 Supply Clerk **                                      21150 - Stock Clerk                       05-2103
 Supply Technician**                                  01410 - Supply Technician                 05-2103
 Warehouse Specialist**                               21410 – Warehouse Specialist              05-2183

The SCA is applicable to this contract and it includes SCA applicable labor categories. The
prices for the indicated SCA labor categories are based on the U.S. Department of Labor Wage
Determination Numbers(s) identified in the matrix. The prices offered are based on the


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preponderance of where work is performed and should the contractor perform in an area with
lower SCA rates, resulting in lower wages being paid, the task order prices will be discounted
accordingly.

Training
The following training course rates will apply to SINs *874-505, 874-505RC and will remain in effect
unless modified in accordance with clause 552.216-70 (Alternate I):

               Training Course                             Minimum / Maximum                     Rate
 Contract Negotiation (4 hour module)                      1 student / 20 students             $2,671.63

Course Title: Negotiation Course

Description: LOGISTICS 2020’s Negotiation Course is designed to give logisticians a competitive edge
in planning, developing and executing global logistics operations. This course improves logisticians’
ability to manage business transactions in support of operations around the world by improving their
ability to effectively negotiate with personnel, subcontractors, and vendors. The Negotiation Course is
built around a central model of communications, known as the Communication Loop Model and instructs
students on basic through advanced negotiation skills including rapport, influence, and elicitation. While
applying these techniques within the model, students also develop skills in personality profiling, narrative
analysis, and deception detection. Students learn how each of these techniques interact with the others, so
that they have a holistic approach to the interpersonal communication process. Training in additional
skills such as conflict management styles and more advanced interpersonal communication techniques are
available. The Communication Loop Model provides a methodology for training interpersonal skills,
which is essential for logistics planning and coordination.

All training is designed in a modular format, so clients pick and choose the specific training they require.
Our Negotiation Course consists of eight (8) four (4) hour modules which can be tailored to our
customer’s needs. The minimum amount that can be purchased is two (2) modules.

Course Objectives:

 Learning
                                                   Instructional Goals
 Objectives
     1          Understanding psychological bases for rapport in communication and negotiations.
     2          Assess the status of rapport with other individuals using the Personal Relationship Index.
                Use basic rapport building techniques to establish open communications during the
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                negotiation process.
      4         Apply six fundamental techniques to influence others to accept or comply with your position.
                Use the communication loop model to plan and assess attempts to build rapport and influence
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                people in communication and negotiations.
      6         Employ a four step process to effectively persuade others to accept your position/offer.
                Identify the exploitable human factors making targets susceptible to elicitation information
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                about another's person's negotiation position.
      8         Demonstrate 5-10 specific techniques used in the elicitation process.
                Apply the communication loop model to plan and evaluate others' elicitation attempts during
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                communication and negotiation.
      10        Identify and apply counter-measures to attempts by other negotiators to elicit information.
                Use the communication loop model in narrative analysis and deception detection in other
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                negotiators.


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              Identify three primary benefits of a thorough narrative analysis for detecting deception in
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              other negotiators.
              Learn and apply fifteen fundamental tools in using the narrative analysis/deception detection
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              process during communication and negotiations.
              Detect deception in other negotiators by conducting narrative analyses using both a line-by-
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              line approach and a topical approach.
              Develop and demonstrate an understanding of negotiation techniques in an real life situation
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              (practical exercise).
              Apply fundamental aspects of type psychology to profile other negotiators for better
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              understanding and identifying the most effective techniques to use.

LABOR CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS
LOGISTICS 2020’s personnel will provide services under the LOGWORLD contract utilizing
the following labor categories.

ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Administrative Operations Specialist must have experience in an administrative support and
operational environment at the command level or higher. The individual shall have at least 2
years experience at a level equal to this position in a similar activity. Must have extensive
knowledge of most Microsoft systems software and be familiar with Data Management and DoD
maintenance files.

Functional Responsibility
The Administrative Operations Specialist must possess the administrative skills necessary to
perform all levels of administrative support. This support includes directing and coordinating
administrative services, which may include office clerical and support services, printing, mail
distribution and messenger services, telecommunications, maintenance, purchasing and security
services. In addition, this position requires an operations level skill set that includes formatting,
files management, data entry, data/metric management, and management report dissemination
and tracking. The Administrative Operations Specialist must have an intimate knowledge of the
current DIA Deployment/Readiness execution process. Responsible for developing and
managing the administrative processes support DIA Readiness Program by maintaining records
and providing data entry capability. Oversees and participates in file maintenance and records
keeping, supporting effective and efficient operations. Additional duties may include: Checking
security clearance progress, assisting in the routing and maintenance of an award program.

Minimum Education
Bachelor’s degree or minimum of 6 years experience in administration and/or operational field.




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ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Administrative Specialist shall have a minimum of eight years of administrative support
experience.

Functional Responsibility
Serves as technical expert providing technical advice and assistance on the implementation and
operation of automated personnel systems. The Administrative Specialist must be able to:
 Utilize current automation programs/databases to input personnel data and ensure accurate
   personnel data flow to and from various databases.
 Ensure statistical reports covering a variety of information are produced in a timely and
   accurate manner.
 Provide statistical information on a daily basis through the use of reports, briefing charts and
   other materials, as required for production and review and analysis reporting requirements.
 Develop necessary reports from the various personnel database systems. Provides
   presentations to Client personnel.
 Ensure personnel data base integrity and accuracy by performing quality assurance reviews
   of data base, keeping users informed of updates and changes and providing informal or
   formal user training.
 Follow up to ensure needed corrections to the database have been accomplished.
 Direct and coordinate administrative services, which may include office clerical and support
   services, printing, mail distribution and messenger services, telecommunications,
   maintenance, purchasing, security, and cafeteria services.

Minimum Education
Associate or Bachelor's degree may substitute for up to five years of experience.

ADMINISTRATIVE WATCH OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Administrative Watch Officer must be situational aware of ongoing operations and be able
to interpret mission requirements or problems to the point of referring to the appropriate area of
functional expertise. The Administrative Watch Officer should have 2-4 years of experience in
the field. As secondary responsibility, the Administrative Watch Officer will perform
administrative duties as required.

Functional Responsibility
The Administrative Watch Officer responsibilities include:
 Exercises analytical ability, judgment, discretion, and personal responsibility, and the
   application of a substantial body of knowledge of principles, concepts, and practices of
   administration.
 Perform duties independently with minimal or no immediate Client supervision.
 Relieves Chief Executive Officer of administrative functions in order to increase the time
   CEO has available for executive level responsibilities.
 Handles a wide variety of complex and confidential situations and resolves conflicts
   involving the clerical and administrative function of the office.
 Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material.


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   Prepares routine and advanced correspondence including letters, memoranda, and reports.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

ARMORER I
Minimum/General Experience
The Armorer I shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of providing supply support to an Armory.

Functional Responsibility
The Armorer I is responsible for performing the following duties:

   Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns-
    in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
   Prepares all unit/organizational supply documents.
   Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies
    and equipment.
   Issues and receives small arms.
   Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas.
   Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

ARMORER II
Minimum/General Experience
The Armorer II shall have a minimum of 4-6 years of providing supply support to an Armory.

Functional Responsibility
The Armorer II is responsible for performing the following duties:
 Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, and segregates, stores, issues, delivers and
   turns-in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
 Prepares all unit/organizational supply documents.
 Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies
   and equipment.
 Issues and receives small arms.
 Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas.
 Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.




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ARMORER III
Minimum/General Experience
The Armorer III shall have a minimum of 6-8 years of providing supply support to an Armory.

Functional Responsibility
The Armorer III is responsible for performing the following duties:

   Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns-
    in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
   Prepares all unit/organizational supply documents.
   Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies
    and equipment.
   Issues and receives small arms.
   Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas.
   Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

ARMORER SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Armorer Specialist shall have a minimum of 5 years of experience in DoD and/or
Intelligence Community logistics and three years, or more, experience in providing Armor
services (preferably M4 and/or M9) to include handling, repair, cleaning, and instruction.

Functional Responsibility
The Armorer Specialist is responsible for performing the following duties:

   Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns-
    in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
   Prepares all unit/organizational supply documents.
   Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies
    and equipment.
   Issues and receives small arms.
   Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas.
   Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

Additional experience in providing one or more of the following logistics specialties:
 Warehouse Management
 Facility Management
 Transportation Management (ground and/or air)

The Armorer Specialist must have at least one logistics license/certification:
 Armor Credentials (Beretta, Colt, Bushmaster, etc) (Desired)



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   Certification as Instructor and/or Range Officer (Desired)
   Weapons Instructor (preferred)

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

ARMORER/SMALL ARMS INSTRUCTOR
Minimum/General Experience
The Armorer/Small Arm Instructor shall have a minimum of 5 years of experience in DoD
and/or Intelligence Community logistics and three years, or more, experience in providing Armor
services (preferably M4 and/or M9) to include handling, repair, cleaning, and instruction.

The Armorer/Small Arm Instructor instructs personnel in rifle, pistol, and shotgun
marksmanship: Explains and demonstrates weapon safety, firing positions, sight picture, and
alignment, breath and trigger control, and other specified fundamentals and techniques of
marksmanship: Instructs personnel in nomenclature, weapon disassembly, weapon operation,
weapon stoppages, and immediate corrective action for small arms weapons. Explains range
safety regulations. Inspects small arms weapons to ensure they are clean, properly lubricated, and
in designated operating condition. Observes personnel during firing to ensure safety procedures
are followed. Offers corrective advice to personnel to improve marksmanship and aid in
correcting weapon malfunctions. Scores field firing results to include target detection, range
estimation, firing positions, and other marksmanship principles.

Functional Responsibilities
The Armorer/Small Arms Instructor’s duties include the following:
 Receiving, inspecting, inventorying, loading, unloading, segregating, storing, issuing,
   delivering and turning-in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
 Preparing all unit/organizational supply documents.
 Maintaining automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation
   supplies and equipment.
 Maintaining equipment, stores, and training aids to include maintaining technical literature
   appropriate to relevant subject.
 Issuing and receiving small arms.
 Securing and controlling weapons and ammunition in security areas.
 Scheduling and performing preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.
 Preparing and instructing the appropriate course material to all students allocated in
   accordance with approved syllabuses and Training Directives.
 Preparing lesson plans, lectures, class work, and practical work in accordance with the
   approved syllabus.
 Instructing students together with the appropriate management of teaching resources, records
   and accommodation.
 Instructing by oral, visual, and other means of all students allocated.
 Duties, ancillary to instruction, if deemed necessary.
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   Advising through periodic reports on the rate of development of each student.
   Enforcing workshop safety and engineering practices including the use of the correct tools,
    equipment, safety devices and protective clothing.
   Keeping up-to-date by personal study in the matter of new equipment, new techniques, new
    tools and materials etc. relevant to trade, craft, or subject.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree or documented expertise in the field of
instruction. A Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience. The individual
may be required to meet certain certifications in both Armorer and Small Arms Instruction from
Military or Civilian Equivalents.

BUDGET ANALYST
Minimum/General Experience
The Budget Analyst will analyze accounting records to determine financial resources required to
implement programs and makes recommendations for budget allocations to ensure conformance
to budgetary limits. This individual is also responsible for reviewing operating budgets
periodically in order to analyze trends affecting budget needs. The Budget Analyst shall have a
minimum of 5-8 years of experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Budget Analyst will be familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and
procedures. The Budget Analyst must:
 Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
 Perform a variety of complicated tasks.
 Lead and direct the work of others.
 Report to an executive or a manager.
 Maintain a wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

CARPENTER
Minimum/General Experience
The Carpenter will inspect, repair, install, modify, rebuild, construct, and maintain woodwork
and other related structures. The Carpenter shall have a minimum of five years of experience in
the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Carpenter will be familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.
The Carpenter must be able to:
 Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
 Perform a variety of complicated tasks.
 Direct and lead the work of others.
 Maintain a certain degree of creativity and latitude is required.


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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree. A Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for
two years of experience.

CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Central Issue Facility Manager is responsible for maintaining and distributing large
inventory of food, medicines, ammunition, spare parts and other supplies. Responsible for
supervising or performing tasks involving the general upkeep and maintenance of supplies and
equipment. The Central Issue Facility Manager shall have a minimum of 6-8 years of experience
in the field or in a related area.
Functional Responsibility
Other duties may include:
 Inspecting completed work for accuracy and compliance with established procedures.
 Receiving, inspecting, inventorying, loading, unloading, storing, delivering and turning in
    organization and installation supplies and equipment.
 Operating unit level computers.
 Preparing all unit/organizational supply documents.
 Maintaining automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation
    supplies and equipment.
 Issuing and receiving small arms and crew served weapons.
 Securing and controlling weapons and ammunition in security areas.
 Scheduling and performing preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.
 Performing inventory and financial management procedures, including ordering, receiving
    and storing supplies.
 Locating and cataloging stock.
 Performing or supervising inventory management, storage and preservation.
 Performing quality control, property management and repair parts management.
 Segregating and accounting for medical supplies and equipment.
 Selecting the correct stock for issue.
 Loading, unloading and moving stock using equipment such as forklifts and hand trucks.
 Keeping records on incoming and outgoing stock.
 Coordinating supply activities.
 Reviewing and annotating changes to unit material condition status report.
 Posting transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting
    transaction files.
 Determining method of obtaining relief from responsibility for lost, damaged and destroyed
    supply items.
 Planning maintenance program.
 Planning and coordinating subsistence supply activity.
 Directing corrective action to minimize spoilage, flavor contamination and improper
    warehouse practices.




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY STOREKEEPER
Minimum/General Experience
The Central Issue Facility Storekeeper shall have 2-4 years of experience in the field or in a
related area.

Functional Responsibility
 Schedules and revises shipment plans to ensure efficient distribution of products to satisfy
   customers.
 Analyzes inventory levels, production speed and product demand to determine reorder levels
   which will ensure product availability and minimize inventory costs.
 Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
 Ensures adequate inventory of materials and products in accord with inventory cycles and
   organizational philosophy.
 Conducts daily inventory analysis to solve inventory problems.
 Develops and implements inventory control procedures.
 Coordinates and manages daily physical cycle counts.
 Trains and manages an inventory team.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Central Issue Facility Technician shall have a minimum of least two to four years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Central Issue Facility Technician is responsible for:
 Scheduling and revising shipment plans to ensure efficient distribution of products to satisfy
   customers.
 Analyzing inventory levels, production speed and product demand to determine reorder
   levels which will ensure product availability and minimize inventory costs.
 Familiarity with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
 Ensuring adequate inventory of materials and products in accord with inventory cycles and
   organizational philosophy.
 Conducting daily inventory analysis to solve inventory problems.
 Developing and implementing inventory control procedures.
 Coordinating and managing daily physical cycle counts.
 Training and managing an inventory team.




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

CHEMICAL GEAR TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Chemical Gear Technician shall have a minimum of 2-4 years experience in issuance and
turn-in of equipment for all agency level actions and activities.

Functional Responsibility
The Chemical Gear Technician is responsible for the individual clothing records for unit
members including accountability, requisition, distribution, and maintenance. Prepares requests,
receives, issues, and monitors accountability of Organizational Clothing and Individual
Equipment. Oversees the issuance and turn-in of equipment for all DIA level actions and
activities. Issues weapon and protective mask cards. Ensures unit equipment is properly stored
and coordinates unit personnel to periodically check items in storage for accountability and
serviceability. Prepares hand receipts as required for the issuance of supplies and
equipment. Conducts or oversees the conduct of cyclic inventories, sensitive items
inventories. Inventories and prepares shortage annexes and is responsible for Shortage Annex
Management including posting issue and recovery documents. Performs a wide range of
warehousing work to include receiving, storing, selecting, and/or shipping general or specialized
bulk and bin materials and equipment. Independently loads and unloads materials, checks,
assembles, and processes documents, and routes materials and equipment to correct locations or
storage areas. Locates, accesses, loads, and moves material for shipment and verifies or prepares
documents either manually or by using automated equipment such as computer terminals and
prepares materials documentation. Prepares shipping and inventory documents with required
data for manual or automated inventory systems (to include MICAS and ISM).
 Maintains organic NBC defense equipment including: standard military, commercial and
    unique Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) systems. Operates and maintains Chemical
    Defense Equipment (CDE). Conducts required assembly, testing and maintenance of CDE
    equipment to ensure that it is ready for issue. Maintains required maintenance and operator
    certifications IAW with civilian and military regulations. Maintains accountability of section
    CDE equipment not individually issued. Ensures appropriate documentation, turn-in and
    pick-up of section equipment requiring higher-level maintenance at designated support
    activities.
 Observes appropriate quality control (QC) procedures for turn-ins. Launders, cleans, and
    performs required maintenance on turn in items to ensure serviceability of equipment and
    return it to shelf for reissue. Sorts and turns in unserviceable and excess equipment to
    warehouse. Prepares requisitions for restock of shelves.
 Procures supplies and equipment including replacement of worn, defective, unserviceable
    parts; replenishes stocks due to expiration, usage or life cycle replacement; Integrates new
    items of equipment and or associated parts; equipment and supplies for training; general
    health and safety needs of the facility. Tracks and maintains required office supplies for day-
    to-day operations of chemical defense equipment (CDE) issue facility. Tracks and maintains
    required publications library for NBC operations including field manuals, technical bulletins,




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    training circulars, all service regulations, shelf life extension program documents, training
    videos and pamphlets, graphic training aids, etc.
   Tracks and maintains required office supplies for day-to-day operations of chemical defense
    equipment (CDE) issue facility. Tracks and maintains required publications library for NBC
    operations including field manuals, technical bulletins, training circulars, all service
    regulations, shelf life extension program documents, training videos and pamphlets,
    graphic training aids, etc.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in related field. The Individual must have at
HAZMAT licenses/certifications.

CHIEF MANPOWER MANAGEMENT
Minimum/General Experience
The Chief Manpower Manager will have at least 10-12 years experience in the Human Resources
field. The individual serves as the senior manpower advisor supporting day-to-day operations
that have considerable scope and depth critical to the resolution of deployment/redeployment
issues and problems.

Functional Responsibility
The Chief Manpower Manager will provide advice and assistance on all aspects of personnel
management and administration, i.e., appraisals, awards, training as they relate to
implementation of policy and procedures relating to the client’s deployment programs. The Chief
Manpower Manager is responsible for:
 Researching, formulating, and advising the client on all matters regarding personnel
   administration as they impact on deployment and mobilization.
 Developing, commenting, and coordinating all operational plans, orders, and guides.
 Will have expert technical knowledge of the client’s structure, policy for employment of
   units and personnel, life cycle management of the mobilization, deployment and
   redeployment of personnel.
 Will possess in-depth knowledge of the capabilities and development of Joint Manning
   Documents (JMD), Modified Table of Organizations and Equipment (MTOE) and Table of
   Distribution and Allowances (TDA) organization structures and mobilization planning.
 Planning, directing and carrying out policies relating to all phases of personnel activity.
 Recruits, interviews, and selects employees to fill vacant positions.
 Plans and conducts new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward company
   goals.
 Keeps record of insurance coverage, pension plan, and personnel transactions, such as hires,
   promotions, transfers, and terminations.
 Investigates accidents and prepares reports for insurance carrier.
 Conducts wage survey within labor market to determine competitive wage rate.
 Prepares budget of personnel operations.
 May be responsible for evaluating and suggesting new benefit or compensation structures or
   changes to existing plans.
 Must be familiar with internet business models and technologies.



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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Master's degree in a related Human Resources field.

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Communications Technician shall have at least three years of full-time communications
support work experience.

Functional Responsibility
The Communications Technician is responsible for:
 Conducting on-site maintenance for all communication capabilities, related
   Communication Security (COMSEC) materials and Government-Furnished Property
   (GFP) in accordance with applicable manuals and product documentation.
 Recommending, developing, and providing communications operations training and
   instructional development and advisory support to include lesson plans, training courses,
   presentation materials, and course materials.
 Maintaining a work order tracking and control system, and providing the status of all
   incomplete work orders upon request.
 Troubleshooting equipment as necessary to determine the repairable status of failed
   equipment, conducting inspections, and performing maintenance on all referenced
   equipment.
 Complying with manufacturer-recommended preventative maintenance documentation.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in any related field or have one (1) year of
full-time work experience supporting the DoD IC. The individual shall also possess a
relevant electron communications military training course completion certification or an
electron communications civilian trade school certificate.

CONSULTANT
Minimum/General Experience
The Consultant shall have a minimum of least five years of experience in the field or in a related
area.

Functional Responsibility
The Consultant is recognized as a high level authority or expert on one or more specialized
business/technical subject areas. Serves as internal consultant, providing guidance on the most
complex projects. Generally spends a great deal of time in an advisory capacity regarding
problems of a complex nature.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.




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CONTRACT SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Contract Specialist shall have a minimum of at least five years’ experience of which four
must be specialized.

Functional Responsibility
The Contract Specialist applies knowledge of the defense acquisition process to support
customers in the analysis and improvement of acquisition process policy and procedures.
Devises strategies for deploying and implementing new acquisition policy initiatives and
measuring the effectiveness of implementation. Uses quantitative analytical techniques to assess
system acquisition process issues and develop risk reduction/mitigation approaches for
improving acquisition /program planning, control, and execution.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

DATA ENTRY/ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Data Entry/Administrative Officer shall have a minimum of 8 years of demonstrated data
entry and/or administrative support experience.

Functional Responsibility
The Data Entry/Administrative Technician serves as technical expert providing technical advice
and assistance on the implementation and operation automated personnel systems. The Data
Entry/Administrative Technician must be able to:
 Utilize current automation programs/databases to input personnel data and ensure accurate
   personnel data flow to and from various databases.
 Ensure statistical reports covering a variety of information are produced in a timely and
   accurate manner.
 Provide statistical information on a daily basis through the use of reports, briefing charts and
   other materials, as required for production and review and analysis reporting requirements.
 Develop necessary reports from the various personnel database systems. Provides
   presentations to Client personnel.
 Ensure personnel data base integrity and accuracy by performing quality assurance reviews
   of data base, keeping users informed of updates and changes and providing informal or
   formal user training.
 Follow up to ensure needed corrections to the database have been accomplished.
 Direct and coordinate administrative services, which may include office clerical and support
   services, printing, mail distribution and messenger services, telecommunications,
   maintenance, purchasing, security, and cafeteria services.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.


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DATA ENTRY / ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Data Entry/Administrative Technician shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of administrative
support experience.

Functional Responsibility
The Data Entry/Administrative Technician serves as technical expert providing technical advice
and assistance on the implementation and operation automated personnel systems. The Data
Entry/Administrative Technician must be able to:
 Utilize current automation programs/databases to input personnel data and ensure accurate
   personnel data flow to and from various databases.
 Ensure statistical reports covering a variety of information are produced in a timely and
   accurate manner.
 Provide statistical information on a daily basis through the use of reports, briefing charts and
   other materials, as required for production and review and analysis reporting requirements.
 Develop necessary reports from the various personnel database systems. Provides
   presentations to Client personnel.
 Ensure personnel data base integrity and accuracy by performing quality assurance reviews
   of data base, keeping users informed of updates and changes and providing informal or
   formal user training.
 Follow up to ensure needed corrections to the database have been accomplished.
 Direct and coordinate administrative services, which may include office clerical and support
   services, printing, mail distribution and messenger services, telecommunications,
   maintenance, purchasing, security, and cafeteria services.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

DEPLOYED PERSONNEL SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Deployed Personnel Specialist shall have a minimum of five years experience of providing
civilian personnel management and administrative support to deployed personnel.

Functional Responsibility
The Deployed Personnel Specialist must possess an extensive knowledge of personnel automated
systems to track the current status of Client personnel deploying from CONUS to OCONUS as
well as re-deployment from OCONUS to CONUS. The Specialist’s responsibilities include:
 Must possess the knowledge to maintain government/official records of actions taken on the
    Agency’s behalf, and archive records for each deployed individual.
 Oversee/coordinate the re-integration process for re-deployees to include notifying CLIENT
    Human Resource Services (DAH-4) of all returning personnel.
 Must possess knowledge of Client’s performance appraisal and award system to ensure both
    appraisals and awards are prepared within designated timelines.
 Plans, directs and carries out policies relating to all phases of personnel activity.
 Recruits, interviews, and selects employees to fill vacant positions.


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   Plans and conducts new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward company
    goals.
   Keeps record of insurance coverage, pension plan, and personnel transactions, such as hires,
    promotions, transfers, and terminations.
   Investigates accidents and prepares reports for insurance carrier.
   Conducts wage survey within labor market to determine competitive wage rate.
   Prepares budget of personnel operations.
   May be responsible for evaluating and suggesting new benefit or compensation structures or
    changes to existing plans.
   Must be familiar with internet business models and technologies.
   Generally manages a group of human resources professionals.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience.

DEPLOYMENT MISSION MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Deployment Mission Managers will coordinate and execute all deployment activities to
ensure all required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting personnel to deploy.
The Deployment Mission Manager should have 2-4 years of experience in the field. The
individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular
field. The Deployment Mission Manager will rely on extensive experience and judgment to plan
and accomplish goals.

Functional Responsibility
The Deployment Mission Manager will:
 Have a comprehensive understanding of deployer nomination, selection, preparation, training
   processes, and mission readiness requirements.
 Maintain a close working relationship with Government mission managers and research,
   coordinate, and track critical pre-deployment, deployment, and redeployment activities.
 Continually interact with deployers through all phases of their deployment process in order to
   facilitate smooth, efficient, and timely deployments.
 Maintain a continuous line of communication through face-to-face contact, phone calls, and
   emails throughout the deployer’s entire processing timeline.
 Continually research source documentation, such as the Foreign Clearance Guide and
   COCOM requirements, to remain current on global immigration and in-theater entry
   requirements.
 Complete all actions required to ensure individuals are ready for deployment, deploy safely,
   and redeploy to home of record.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.




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DEPLOYMENT PAY ADMINISTRATOR
Minimum/General Experience
The Deployment Pay Administrator shall have a minimum of least five years of experience in the
field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Deployment Pay Administrator is responsible for the following duties:
    Verifying receipt of deployed time and attendance submissions every two (2) weeks.
    Contacting the deployed unit J1 for missing submissions.
    Transcribing all received and valid time and attendance submissions into DIA’s standard
       online time and attendance system.
    Identifying and following guidance for submissions that are complete or late.
    Receiving and processing discrepancies with time and attendance reporting.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience. Work experience may be substituted for
formal education.

DEPUTY OPERATIONS MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Deputy Operations Manager is responsible for the day-to-day performance of the Operations
Center. The Deputy Operations Manager should have at least 6-8 years of experience in the
field. The Operations Manager will act in place of the Director or Deputy Director as required
due to the 24 hr 7 day operations requirement. The individual must be familiar with a variety of
the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Functional Responsibility
The Deputy Operations Manager will assist in directing and overseeing an organization's
operational (non-manufacturing) policies, objectives, and initiatives. The Deputy Operations
Manager responsibilities include:
 Assisting in correlating specific requirements for money, manpower, material, facilities, and
   services needed to support the Operations Center program.
 Possessing the knowledge of agency program planning, funding, management information
   systems, and the organization and functions of activities involved in providing logistical
   support to the Operations Manager.
 Coordinating and evaluating the efforts of functional specialists to identify specific
   requirements and to develop and adjust plans and schedules for the actions needed to meet
   each requirement on time.
 Assisting the Operations Manager in integrating the separate operational functions in the Ops
   Center in planning and implementing Client deployment and redeployment operations.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.


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DEPUTY PROJECT MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Deputy Project Manager shall have a minimum of least five years of experience in the field
or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Deputy Project Manager assists the Project Manager in all aspects of program performance
(i.e., technical, contractual, administrative, and financial). Assists in managing and supervising
personnel involved in all aspects of program activity. Assists in organizing and assigning
responsibilities to subordinates and oversees the successful completion of all assigned tasks.
Strong analytical abilities and project management skills. Ability to work independently and
make appropriate decisions as necessary. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in
writing. Ability to use a personal computer and basic word processing, spreadsheet and database
software.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience.

ELECTRICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Electrician inspects repairs, installs, modifies, and maintains electrical/electronic systems,
circuits and equipment. The Electrician must have a minimum of five years experience, of which
at least two must be specialized in the development and maintaining of electronic systems.

Functional Responsibility
The Electrician must be familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
The Electrician must be able to:
 Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
 Perform a variety of complicated tasks within different types of working environments.
 Direct and lead the work of others.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience. The individual may have to complete an apprenticeship
and/or formal training as an Electrician.

FACILITIES MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Facilities Manager shall have a minimum of five years of experience in management.

Functional Responsibility
The Facilities Manager is responsible for managing a staff of employees in the maintenance of
buildings and grounds. The Facilities Manager must be able to:
 Assure the optimal functioning of building systems including mechanical, fire/life safety, and
    elevators.


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   Oversee contractors for facilities renovation project entailing, HVAC, electrical, and
    production floor arrangement.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Management. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

FACILITY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Facility Maintenance Technician shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of experience in Force
Protection.

Functional Responsibility
The Facility Maintenance Technician must have a minimum of a Secret level security clearance
who will be responsible for picking-up and escorting a Local National (LN) work force on a
daily basis. The LNs must be picked-up from the designated area and escorted to the entry
control point for personal/vehicle search. When the search has been completed the LNs must be
escorted by the Facility Maintenance Technician to be badged. The LNs must be escorted at all
times while in the secure areas. Additional duties of the Facilities Maintenance Technician I
include:
 Monitor the LN’s while they maintain and upkeep DISO-I buildings and grounds which will
    include electrical, plumbing, painting, HVAC and housekeeping tasks.
 Maintain and complete Work Order forms for job completion.
 Account for Local National crew time and attendance.
 Oversee all jobs to ensure quality results.
 Keep Local National credentials updated in the system.
 Ensure all new Local National hires are properly cleared.
 Ensure the Local Nationals are working in safe conditions and have the proper clothing and
    equipment when required.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a high school diploma or its equivalent. An Associate’s degree may
be substituted for two years of experience.

FLEET MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Fleet Manager shall have a minimum of five years of experience in the field or in a related
area.

Functional Responsibility
The Fleet Manager oversees an organization's operation and maintenance of motor vehicles. The
Fleet Manager must also:
 Oversee Department of Transportation compliance and reporting as it relates to the fleet.
 Develop and implement vehicle and equipment preventive maintenance programs.
 Manage fleet department budgets.
 Develop and maintain outside vendor and service provider relationships.


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   Manage a staff of personnel and report to a senior manager.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

GENERAL LABORER
Minimum/General Experience
The General Laborer shall have a minimum of five years of experience in performing labor tasks.

Functional Responsibility
Performs general manual labor tasks including loading, unloading, lifting, and moving materials.
Relies on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a high school diploma or its equivalent. An Associate’s degree may
be substituted for two years of experience.

GLOBAL FORCE MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Global Force Manager must have a minimum of four years experience in the Human
Resource Management and supervision. The Global Force Manager will have least two years
experience at a level equal to this position in an activity involved in Deployment Operations
Management.

Functional Responsibility
The Global Force Manager must have the ability to successfully manage and supervise an
operation of the scope and complexity of a DoD Deployment Operations Activity or other
equivalent activity.

The Global Force Manager provides subject matter expertise to the Agency in personnel services
support, while assisting the Senior Global Force Management Officer and coordinating closely
with the Global Force Management Office to facilitate and consolidate the development of
policy, standards and procedures providing deployed personnel services support to the Agency
and its directorates in their global mission.

Minimum Education
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent. A Bachelor's Degree or graduate
degree in Business Administration, Management, Economics or other applicable area is highly
desirable.

HUMAN RESOURCE DEPLOYMENT SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Human Resource Deployment Specialist performs expert level duties on all aspects of
civilian personnel management and administration, i.e., appraisals, awards, training, personnel
tracking in support of Client’s deployment programs. The Human Resource Deployment



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Specialist should have at least 2-4 years of experience in the field. The Human Resource
Deployment Specialist must possess mastery of advanced HRM principles, concepts, regulations,
and practices, analytical methods and techniques, and seasoned consultative skill sufficient to
resolve HRM problems not susceptible to treatment by standard methods.

Functional Responsibility
The Human Resource Deployment Specialist must possess an extensive knowledge of personnel
automated systems to track the current status of Client personnel deploying from CONUS to
OCONUS as well as re-deployment from OCONUS to CONUS. The Specialist’s responsibilities
include:
 Developing, interpreting, and analyzing data extracts and reports from automated HR
    databases and/or develop the most efficient and effective automated systems approaches for
    presenting HR reports and graphics for management.
 Ability to develop personnel Detail transactions and maintain PERSTEMPO reports.
 Must possess the knowledge to maintain government/official records of actions taken on the
    Agency’s behalf, and archive records for each deployed individual.
 Oversee/coordinate the re-integration process for re-deployees to include notifying CLIENT
    Human Resource Services (DAH-4) of all returning personnel.
 Must possess knowledge of Client’s performance appraisal and award system to ensure both
    appraisals and awards are prepared within designated timelines.
 Plans, directs and carries out policies relating to all phases of personnel activity.
 Recruits, interviews, and selects employees to fill vacant positions.
 Plans and conducts new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward company
    goals.
 Keeps record of insurance coverage, pension plan, and personnel transactions, such as hires,
    promotions, transfers, and terminations.
 Investigates accidents and prepares reports for insurance carrier.
 Conducts wage survey within labor market to determine competitive wage rate.
 Prepares budget of personnel operations.
 May be responsible for evaluating and suggesting new benefit or compensation structures or
    changes to existing plans.
 Must be familiar with internet business models and technologies.
 Generally manages a group of human resources professionals.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

HVAC MECHANIC
Minimum/General Experience
The HVAC Mechanic will have a minimum of five years of experience with heating and air
conditioning systems.

Functional Responsibility
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   Performing maintenance and service repairs on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
    systems.
   Installing new units or replacing parts for existing units according to specifications and
    established safety guidelines.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in a related field. The individual may be
required to have completed an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. A
Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

HVAC TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The HVAC Technician will have a minimum of five years of experience with heating and air
conditioning systems.

Functional Responsibility
The HVAC Technician is responsible for:
 Performing maintenance and service repairs on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
   systems.
 Installing new units or replacing parts for existing units according to specifications and
   established safety guidelines.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in a related field. The individual may be
required to have completed an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. A
Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Intelligence Community CIF Technician shall have a minimum of at least four years of
experience in the field or in a related area. This individual shall also have knowledge of the
different types of gear which individual Intelligence Community agencies require.

Functional Responsibility
The Intelligence Community CIF Technician is responsible for:
 Scheduling and revising shipment plans to ensure efficient distribution of products to satisfy
   customers.
 Analyzing inventory levels, production speed and product demand to determine reorder
   levels which will ensure product availability and minimize inventory costs.
 Familiarity with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
 Ensuring adequate inventory of materials and products in accord with inventory cycles and
   organizational philosophy.
 Conducting daily inventory analysis to solve inventory problems.
 Developing and implementing inventory control procedures.
 Coordinating and managing daily physical cycle counts.
 Training and managing an inventory team.


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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

INVENTORY CONTROL MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Inventory Control Manager must have a minimum of five years of experience in
management within inventory control.

Functional Responsibility
The Inventory Control Manager shall monitor each task and function associated with supporting
the customer. This individual will act as the liaison with customer. The Inventory Control
Manager must have extensive knowledge with the appropriate agency’s supply functions and
activities. Other duties include:
 Provide technical direction for the project.
 Complete tasks within estimated time frames and budget constraints.
 Schedule and assign duties to subordinates.
 Report in writing and orally to contractor management and government representatives,
    including the government contracting officer.
 Equipment Management/Custodian Training
 Establish and maintain a suspense control system for supply and equipment requests.
 Prepare and receive supply and equipment requisitions.
 Control and account for Government Property.
 Provide custodian and supply representative training.

Minimum Education
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent. A Bachelor's Degree or graduate
degree in an applicable area is highly desirable.

J1 REAR HR SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The J1 Rear HR Specialist shall have at least 2-4 years of direct experience supporting the
principal HR officer for all matters concerning human resources, which include personnel
readiness, personnel services, and headquarters management. Assists in managing functions
which support Human Resource (HR)/ Personnel Management systems. Contributes information
leading to managerial decisions based on a variety of information sources, personnel, and
command/contract requirements. Initiates and prepares correspondence or messages to other
organizations, both military and civilian, and individuals in response to requests for information,
policy, or guidance. Oversees office automation (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint) processing
activities supporting the personnel activity. Monitors strength management, data accuracy, and
award actions for the Government. Abides by regulations, personnel messages for individuals,
subordinates, and contractors. Counsels individuals on personal and family member affairs,
financial matters, and career considerations. Manages the integration of automated personnel
systems into the information management work center. Oversees issuance of all types of orders
and processing.



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Functional Responsibility
The J1 Rear HR Specialist’s duties include the following:
 Policy and Position Announcements
 Hiring Determination
 Retention
 Leave
 Separations
 Staff planning and supervision
 Organizational planning
 Role and Responsibilities
 Benefits
 Corrective Action
 Medically-related Issues
 Pay and entitlements
 Annual re-certifications

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Human Resources Management or in a
related area. A Bachelors degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

JUNIOR ITV ANALYST
Minimum/General Experience
Junior ITV Analyst must possess at least two years experience with asset management or related
field.

Functional Responsibility
The Junior ITV Analysts are responsible for the following duties:
 Tracking and reporting the retrograde of Materiel from the Port of Embarkation to the receipt
   at final destination via Global Transportation Network (GTN), Single Mobility System
   (SMS), Radio Frequency In-Transit Visibility (RF-ITV), and Logistics Information
   Warehouse (LIW).
 Developing and producing reports to identify systemic issues and/or anomalies, perform
   causative research, and initiate Staff Actions with Life Cycle Management Commands
   (LCMCs), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and/ or Surface Deployment and Distribution
   Command (SDDC) to correct.
 Developing and producing reports to capture retrograde volume and trends over time.
 Creating and implementing desk top procedures and tools to capture and develop actionable
   logistics intelligence from disparate supply system data.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s Degree in a related area.




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LOGISTICS EXPERT
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Expert will be involved on the behalf of the Client, DA in identifying the specific
requirements for money, manpower, material, facilities, and services needed to support and
correlating those requirements with proper planning to assure support is provided at the right
time and place. The Logistics Expert should have at least 5-7 years of experience in the field.
The Logistics Expert base of knowledge will require knowledge of agency program planning,
funding, and management information systems. Additionally, a broad knowledge of the
organization and functions of activities involved in providing logistical support and the ability to
coordinate and evaluate the efforts of functional specialists to identify specific requirements and
to develop and adjust plans and schedules for the actions needed to meet each requirement on
time.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Expert requires specialized knowledge of some or all of the logistics support
activities involved and the ability to integrate the separate functions in planning or implementing
a logistics management program. The Logistics Expert’s responsibilities include:
 Directs and oversees an organization's operational (non-manufacturing) policies, objectives,
    and initiatives.
 Must be familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS PLANNER
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Planner is a position that directs a program where both scope and responsibility
impacts the Client interests throughout the government and internationally. The Logistics
Planner should have 2-4 years of experience in the field. This position directly involves Client’s
internal and external interests.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Planner will coordinate, consolidate and facilitate the logistics requirements into a
logistics annex supporting the various staff and operating directorates of Client’s objectives. The
Planner’s responsibilities include:
 Coordinates with functional specialists to analyze Client specific requirements to ensure
    adequate provision of manpower, supplies, equipment, and services to meet specific support
    needs to meet Client mission requirements.
 Evaluating and updating plans for currency, impact and support feasibility.
 Continuous interaction with Combatant Commanders (COCOM) to ensure Client’s mission
    interests and logistics footprint are integrated into all current OPLANS and COPLANS
    globally.
 Represent the Client and their employing activities in joint planning sessions with agency
    functional and program specialists as well as with personnel of other agencies.



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   Directs and oversees an organization's planning function to promote organizational
    effectiveness.
   Works with the top management to provide broad-based strategic thought leadership on a
    variety of business topics.
   Leads the preparation of quarterly business updates, Board presentations, and other critical
    business updates.
   Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS PLANNER/PROGRAM MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Planner/Program Manager is a position that directs a program where both scope
and responsibility impacts the Client interests throughout the government and internationally.
The Logistics Planner/Program Manager Minimum of 15 years experience in DoD and/or
Intelligence Community logistics management and experience with Ground and/or Air
Transportation, Materiel Management, and Facilities Management.               The Logistics
Planner/Program Manager must also have a minimum of 5 years experience supervising others.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Planner/Program Manager will coordinate, consolidate and facilitate the logistics
requirements into a logistics annex supporting the various staff and operating directorates of
Client’s objectives. The Planner’s responsibilities include:
 Coordinates with functional specialists to analyze Client specific requirements to ensure
    adequate provision of manpower, supplies, equipment, and services to meet specific support
    needs to meet Client mission requirements.
 Evaluating and updating plans for currency, impact and support feasibility.
 Continuous interaction with Combatant Commanders (COCOM) to ensure Client’s mission
    interests and logistics footprint are integrated into all current OPLANS and COPLANS
    globally.
 Represent the Client and their employing activities in joint planning sessions with agency
    functional and program specialists as well as with personnel of other agencies.
 Directs and oversees an organization's planning function to promote organizational
    effectiveness.
 Works with the top management to provide broad-based strategic thought leadership on a
    variety of business topics.
 Leads the preparation of quarterly business updates, Board presentations, and other critical
    business updates.
 Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Masters Degree is desired.




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LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician will have knowledge of U.S. Government and DoD supply systems,
forms, and property book procedures. The Logistics Technician will have at least three years of
full-time integrated logistics support work experience.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician is responsible for the following duties:
 Coordinating with logistics services for transportation of equipment and replacement parts to
   technical equipment platforms.
 Picking up and delivering all assigned assets to and from designated locations for technical
   inspection, maintenance, and/or shipment.
 Coordinating and organizing support for facility maintenance issues.
 Collecting, compiling, and maintaining accurate reports on GFE utilization, system
   performance, and maintenance history.
 Preparing property accountability materials for property book records and assists in
   conducting periodic inventories.
 Providing monthly summaries of changes made to accountable inventory.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in any field of academic study or have one (1)
year of full-time work experience supporting the DoD IC.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (AERIAL PORT OPERATOR)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Aerial Port Operator) shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Aerial Port Operator) is primarily responsible for transferring or
supervising the transfer of passengers and cargo to and from air, land and water transport by
manual and mechanical methods. Some of the duties as a Logistics Technician (Aerial Port
Operator) may include:
 Checking, tallying and documenting cargo using manual and automated data processing
   systems.
 Loading and unloading supplies and equipment from watercraft, docks, beaches, railheads,
   boxcars, warehouses, motor vehicles and aircraft.
 Operating and maintaining all types and sizes of winches, cranes and forklifts.
 Loading supplies into trucks, transport planes, and railroad cars using forklifts.
 Loading equipment such as jeeps, trucks and weapons aboard watercraft, using dockyard
   cranes.
 Packing and crating boxes of supplies for shipping.
 Inspecting cargo for damage.
 Planning and inspecting loads for balance and safety.
 Checking cargo against invoices to make sure the amount and destination of material are
   correct.


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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (AIRCRAFT COORDINATOR)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Aircraft Coordinator) shall have a minimum of 8-10 years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Aircraft Coordinator) is responsible for:
 Providing information on the operation of aircraft in reference to flight hour management and
   payload utilization.
 Providing information regarding delivery performance, aircraft utilization effectiveness, and
   safe ground operations.
 Monitoring air carrier contract performance and provide comments and reports on other
   aspects of performance.
 Providing guidance to enable scheduling the aircraft to ensure maximized traffic utilization.
 Reviewing traffic requirements versus capability and report gaps/deficits ensure excess flying
   hours are effectively managed.
 Developing standardized communication and coordination processes determine passenger
   and cargo movement requirements with each Afghanistan station.
 Preparing schedules as required and appropriate for the aircrew, to meet NGA and IC
   requirements for the movement of cargo and personnel.
 Preparing draft Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the continued management of the
   aircraft in support of customer requirements. SOPs will be written for managers and all users
   of the NGA Air Transport System.
 Liaising between the contract operator and NGA military and government personnel
   throughout Afghanistan.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess at least an Associates’ degree with a Bachelor’s degree preferred. A
Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (ARMORER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Armorer) shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of providing supply
support to an Armory.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Armorer) I is responsible for performing the following duties:

   Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns-
    in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
   Prepares all unit/organizational supply documents.



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   Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies
    and equipment.
   Issues and receives small arms.
   Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas.
   Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business Management. A Bachelor’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (ASSET MANAGER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Asset Manager) shall have a minimum of 8-10 years experience in the
field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Asset Manager) shall assist the Chief, MDPA, Primary Hand Receipt
holders, and Sub-Hand Receipt holders within DoD organizations in establishing and
maintaining asset management of equipment as requested by the customer, including:
 Conducting informal on-the-job training of hand receipt holders and sub-hand receipt holders
   in how to perform hand receipt oriented tasks such as lateral transfers of equipment, turning
   in excess or unserviceable equipment, preparation of inventory adjustment documents such
   as Reports of Survey (ROS), Inventory Adjustment Reports, Found on Base (FOB)
   documents, and receiving of equipment from commercial vendors and other authorized
   supply sources such as credit card purchases.
 Preparing property passes and temporary hand receipts to remove equipment from an area,
   and prepare signature cards, and appointment of alternate hand receipt holders or activity
   supply coordinators.
 Preparing and processing as required adjustment documents to account for Government
   property lost, damaged or destroyed; this may include ROS, Statement of Charges, and Cash
   Collection Vouchers.
 Performing the joint annual inventory or special inventories as directed by the Government
   Accountable Property Officer or Hand Receipt Holder.
 Maintaining property book accountability for all Government furnished equipment issued to
   prime or sub-contractors.
 Assisting Accountable Property Officer/Hand Receipt Holder in coordinating for the pick-up
   and turn-in of excess and unserviceable equipment from designated sites that do not have a
   DRMO.
 Directing the shipping, receiving, and temporary storage of Government/IC equipment at
   their assigned location.
 Establishing and maintain the formal property book accountability and supporting files.
 Traveling to outlying secure sites to conduct periodic and special inventories.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess at least an Associates’ degree with a Bachelor’s degree preferred. A
Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience.


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LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (ASSISTANT BILLETING MANAGER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Assistant Billeting Manager) shall possess knowledge of principles
and processes for providing customer and personal services. This individual will have knowledge
of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or
national security operations for the protection of people, data, property, and institutions. The
Logistics Technician (Assistant Billeting Manager) shall have a minimum of 2-5 years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Assistant Billeting Manager)’s responsibilities include:
 Plan, direct, or coordinate activities of an organization or department that provides lodging
   and other accommodations.
 Customer needs assessment.
 Meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
 Receive emergency work order calls.
 React to tenant nighttime lockouts.
 Anticipate unforeseen arrivals and sponsor them into billeting as required.
 Maintain nighttime order and light discipline by conducting nightly physical security sweeps
   and checks.
 Maintains a DA1594 and reports all nightly activities directly to Billeting Manager
 Reports all emergencies, violations and anything not covered in his instructions to the
   Billeting Manager.
 Act as the Billeting Manager in his absence.
 Flex to other positions as necessary.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (ASSISTANT CJ4 for FACILITIES)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Facilities) shall have a minimum of 10-15 years
experience in direct support of DoD and/or Intelligence Community facilities management and a
Minimum of 5 years experience supervising others.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Facilities) responsibilities include:
    Maintaining the status of ongoing support projects for the Government.
 Preparing costs estimates, performance work statements and specifications/requirements for
    facilities and engineering support for the Government.
 Performing simple load calculations for horizontal and vertical construction
 Interpreting plans, blueprints, specifications and other technical documents used in facilities
    and engineering trades.




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   Coordinating, evaluating, monitoring, and documenting contract activities and progress on
    assigned projects.
   Developing plans and documentation to house personnel, activities, functions, mission
    elements, to include aircraft and associated support functions.
   Facilitating project design, reviewing, and constructing to meet the Government goals and
    requirements with the supporting activities and agencies.
   Developing statements of work and specifications for the CJ4 review and approval.
   Performing facility surveys and on site evaluations for planning purposes in support of the
    CJ4.
   Coordinating and briefing the Government Command Group regarding facilities and
    engineering matters on behalf of the CJ-4.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in related field. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (ASSISTANT CJ4 for LOGISTICS)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Logistics) shall have a minimum of 10-15 years
experience in direct support of DoD and/or Intelligence Community logistics management and a
Minimum of 5 years experience supervising others.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Logistics) must have experience with Ground and/or
Air Transportation, Materiel Management, and Facilities Management.                  The Logistics
Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Logistics) must have experience in all aspects of program
performance (i.e., technical, contractual, administrative, and financial). The Logistics Technician
(Assistant CJ4 for Logistics Operations) will assist the J4 in Managing and supervising personnel
involved in all aspects of program activity. Organizes and assigns responsibilities to subordinates
and oversees the successful completion of all assigned tasks. Strong analytical abilities and
project management skills. The Logistics Technician (Assistant CJ4 for Logistics) must have the
ability to:
 Develop and provide qualified deliberate plans for military type logistics support operations.
 Manage the requirements for day-to-day support for client.
 Perform analyses of logistics support requirements and resource shortfalls for assigned
    mission areas, and potential mission requirements.
 Provide alternative support solutions and options for government consideration.
 Prepare plans, estimates, orders, and logistics annexes in support of requirements. These
    planning and execution documents shall be coordinated with the applicable staffs, to include
    operational entities
 Coordinate and brief the forward Command group regarding logistical matters
 Conduct and prepare installation surveys to determine support requirements and
    sustainability of operations.
 Prepare, coordinate and publish base support plans, procedures, and directives addressing all
    aspects of logistics operations



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   Develop costs estimates, functional requirements, and resource requirements needed to
    implement plans and operations.
   Develop crisis action plans and procedures in conjunction with CJ3 and supported
    operational entities.
   Develop requirements to deploy forces, providing a logistics support package designed for
    the force based on mission requirements.
   Determine and coordinate requirements for deployment and re-deployment of personnel.
   Utilize available automated data processing capabilities to develop and maintain critical
    support information.
   Prepare finished correspondence in assigned mission area.
   Supervise and coordinate the full range of logistics support activities of the assigned
    contractor personnel, including but not limited to, food service assurance inspection, supply
    support, transportation support, warehouse operations and armory support.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (BILLETING MANAGER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Billeting Manager) shall possess knowledge of principles and
processes for providing customer and personal services. This individual will have knowledge of
relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or
national security operations for the protection of people, data, property, and institutions. The
Logistics Technician (Billeting Manager) shall have a minimum of 7-9 years of experience in the
field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Billeting Manager)’s responsibilities include:
 Planning, directing, or coordinating activities of an organization or department that provides
   lodging and other accommodations.
 Performing Customer needs assessments.
 Meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (CIF OPERATOR)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (CIF Operator) shall have a minimum of least two to four years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (CIF Operator) is responsible for:



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   Scheduling and revising shipment plans to ensure efficient distribution of products to satisfy
    customers.
   Analyzing inventory levels, production speed and product demand to determine reorder
    levels which will ensure product availability and minimize inventory costs.
   Familiarity with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
   Ensuring adequate inventory of materials and products in accord with inventory cycles and
    organizational philosophy.
   Conducting daily inventory analysis to solve inventory problems.
   Developing and implementing inventory control procedures.
   Coordinating and managing daily physical cycle counts.
   Training and managing an inventory team.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (DEPLOYED SITE LEAD)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Deployed Site Lead) shall have a minimum of 15 years experience in
DoD and/or Intelligence Community logistics management and a Minimum of 5 years
experience supervising others.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Deployed Site Lead) must have experience with Ground and/or Air
Transportation, Materiel Management, and Facilities Management. The Logistics Technician
(Deployed Site Lead) must have experience in all aspects of program performance (i.e., technical,
contractual, administrative, and financial). Manages and supervises personnel involved in all
aspects of program activity. Organizes and assigns responsibilities to subordinates and oversees
the successful completion of all assigned tasks. Strong analytical abilities and project
management skills. The Logistics Technician (Deployed Site Lead) must have the ability to:
 Work independently and make appropriate decisions as necessary.
 Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
 Utilize a personal computer and basic word processing, spreadsheet and database software as
   well as have strong written and verbal skills.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience. The Individual must have at least two logistics
licenses/certifications.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (ENGINEERING ESCORT)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Engineering Escort) shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of experience
in Force Protection.




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Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Engineering Escort)’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to
the following duties:
 Escort construction workers, design professionals, and other individuals performing work
    who do not have the appropriate security clearances and/or access authorization, and monitor
    their movement while in the secure area of each building.
 Ensure those personnel with a valid need to enter the secure area are appropriately registered
    and badged by security personnel before entering.
 Ensure doors to offices in areas through which personnel must pass are closed.
 Give occupants prior notification of their entry to prevent the unauthorized disclosure of
    sensitive information.
 Keep an hourly log of the activities, number and location of those being escorted; to ensure
    security.
 Attend engineering meetings as required to develop an understanding of the engineering
    project and anticipate future escort needs.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience. The individual may have to complete an apprenticeship
and/or formal training as an Escort.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SUBJECT MATTER
EXPERT)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Equipment Maintenance Subject Matter Expert) shall have a
minimum of five years of experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Equipment Maintenance Subject Matter Expert) is responsible for the
following:
     Developing, planning, and directing equipment maintenance.
     Serving as the unit single point of contact for actions and issues affecting operational
       readiness of DIA equipment.
     Organizing, developing, coordinating, integrating, synchronizing, de-conflicting, and
       ensuring execution of maintenance operations and service scheduling in conjunction with
       local US and coalition support units and combat support agencies.
     Developing, planning, organizing, and directing maintenance for assigned equipment
       (night vision equipment, tactical radios, weapons, etc) exceeding the organic capability of
       the DIA unit.
     May be called upon to inspect the same functions provided by another contractor
       reporting the results back to the CJ4.
     Reviewing operating procedures and instructions and making recommendations to the
       CJ4 for improvements.
     Reviewing equipment maintenance records, repairs, diagnostics, and quality assurance
       reports to develop trends and perform special analysis for the CJ4.



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      Coordinating requirements and maintain liaison with support providers, both military and
       contract, to obtain spare parts and other materials.
      Reviewing procedures and processes to main proper accountability of equipment, tools,
       and materials and making recommendations to the CJ4 for improvements.
      Reviewing utilization of resources for effective and efficient operations and makes
       recommendations to the CJ4 for improvements.
      Immediately taking action to stop and report any act or practice that is unsafe or could
       cause an unsafe condition to develop.
      Supporting other positions as necessary.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience. The individual may have to complete an apprenticeship
and/or formal training as a Mechanic or Maintenance Technician. The individual shall possess
experience in relation to equipment repair.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (FACILITIES ENGINEER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Facilities Engineer) shall have a minimum of 8-10 years of experience
in activating and managing command and control centers during peacetime, wartime, and
contingency operations.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Facilities Engineer) is responsible for developing, monitoring, and
managing work order priority programs. The Logistics Technician (Facilities Engineer) must be
able to:
 Prepare and manage work requirements during approval, processing, and completion stages.
 Monitor work costs to ensure compliance with legal limits or support agreements.
 Operate computer and communications equipment to support work force management
    activities.
 Manage preparation and maintenance of work force records and reports.
 Manage and ensure a continuous workflow.
 Manage priorities and work plans, and monitor work status.
 Manage recurring work program and provide non-technical automated assistance as needed.
 Analyze work activities to ensure quality and compliance with policies, current directions,
    and other publications.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Management. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (FACILITIES MANAGER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Facilities Manager) shall have a minimum of 5-7 years of experience
in management.



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Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Facilities Manager) is responsible for managing a staff of employees
in the maintenance of buildings and grounds. The Logistics Technician (Facilities Manager)
must be able to:
 Assure the optimal functioning of building systems including mechanical, fire/life safety, and
    elevators.
 Oversee contractors for facilities renovation project entailing, HVAC, electrical, and
    production floor arrangement.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Management. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (PROGRAM MANAGER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Program Manager) is a position that directs a program where both
scope and responsibility impacts the Client interests throughout the government and
internationally. The Logistics Technician (Program Manager) will have a minimum of 15 years
experience in DoD and/or Intelligence Community logistics management and experience with
Ground and/or Air Transportation, Materiel Management, and Facilities Management. The
Logistics Technician (Program Manager) must also have a minimum of 5 years experience
supervising others.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Program Manager) will coordinate, consolidate and facilitate the
logistics requirements into a logistics annex supporting the various staff and operating
directorates of Client’s objectives. The Logistics Technician’s (Program Manager)
responsibilities include:
 Coordinating with functional specialists to analyze Client specific requirements to ensure
    adequate provision of manpower, supplies, equipment, and services to meet specific support
    needs to meet Client mission requirements.
 Evaluating and updating plans for currency, impact and support feasibility.
 Continuous interaction with Combatant Commanders (COCOM) to ensure Client’s mission
    interests and logistics footprint are integrated into all current OPLANS and COPLANS
    globally.
 Representing the Client and their employing activities in joint planning sessions with agency
    functional and program specialists as well as with personnel of other agencies.
 Directing and oversees an organization's planning function to promote organizational
    effectiveness.
 Working with the top management to provide broad-based strategic thought leadership on a
    variety of business topics.
 Leading the preparation of quarterly business updates, Board presentations, and other critical
    business updates.
 Familiarity with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Masters Degree is desired.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (SENIOR LOGISTICS COORDINATOR)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Senior Logistics Coordinator) should have at least ten years of
experience in the field. This position directly involves Client’s internal and external interests.

Functional Responsibility
Logistics Technician (Senior Logistics Coordinator) primary duties are for the purpose of
providing a single point of logistics coordination for Non-Agency parties to coordinate and
receive Agency logistics support. The Logistics Technician (Senior Logistics Coordinator)
primary duties include:
 Coordinate the Reception, Staging and onward Movement and redeployment of emerging IC
    participant Agencies.
 Coordinate and synchronize with the current support infrastructure for transportation, supply,
    billeting, and facilities support for personnel and equipment in/or transiting the Baghdad AO.
 Provide subject matter expertise for to the day to day logistical operations, mobility, re-
    supply and transportation operations.
 Coordinate and control the air and surface movement of validated Agency’s human resources
    and material assets.
 Coordinate surface and air transportation requirements.
 Coordinate transportation for personnel to/from military or civilian airports, medical facilities
    and embassies or other facilities as directed.
 Coordinate for the Military and Commercial travel and transportation and passenger
    bookings for customers requiring air and ground transportation.
 Coordinate the Packaging, marking, and labeling of general cargo shipments in accordance
    with DoD packaging directives or technical orders.
 Coordinate the pick-up of arriving shipments at the Aerial Port of Debarkation (MOD) once
    the shipments have cleared customs.
 Provide In-transit Visibility (ITV) of personnel and cargo tracking and tracing utilizing
    Various DoD) and commercial ITV systems.
 Validate arriving shipment TCNs and evaluate condition of shipment.
 Coordinate for the accountability of in and outbound shipment from the Centralized
    Warehouse Facility (CWP) utilizing the local supply and property accounting systems.
 Provide for Coordination of pick-up or delivery of durable goods and accountable goods as
    required to support IC collaborative effort.
 Coordinate with the host installation billeting housing and office spaces as required.
 Coordinate and manage billeting arrangements for transient personnel.
 Coordinate for the redistribution of assets throughout the AOR and return of excess assets to
    the rear.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.



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LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (SUPPLY & BILLETING MANAGER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Supply & Billeting Manager) shall have a minimum of 2-5 years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Supply & Billeting Manager) performs limited aspects of technical
supply management work (e.g., inventory management, storage management, cataloging,
property utilization) related to depot, local, or other supply activities. Work usually is segregated
by commodity area or function, and controlled in terms of difficulty, complexity, or
responsibility. Assignments usually relate to stable or standardized segments of technical supply
management operations; or to functions or subjects that are narrow in scope or limited in
difficulty. The work generally involves individual case problems or supply actions. This work
may require consideration of program requirements, together with specific variations in or from
standardized guidelines. Assignments require (a) a good working knowledge of the governing
supply systems, programs, policies, nomenclature, work methods, manuals, or other established
guidelines; (b) an understanding of the needs of the organization serviced; and (c) analytical
ability to define or recognize the dimension of the problems involved, to collect the necessary
data, to establish the facts, and to take or recommend action based upon application or
interpretation of established guidelines. Additional responsibilities include:

   Using manual and/or automated supply systems performs analyses and requirements
    definitions to provide robust logistics support to operations.
   Performing all functions required within an inventory control section to include but not
    limited to, requisition processing, receiving, issuing and storage of supplies and materials in
    support of DIA mission.
   Developing and managing stockage levels using the EOQ method of stocking materials.
   Qualified in storage-operations.-and can define requirements to and maintain stocks in
    support of the mission.
   Ensuring all supplies and equipment are properly issued and accounted for to authorized
    customers in a timely and accurate manner.
   Developing plans and procedures to meet upcoming mission requirements, to include
    developing a list of materials needed to support operations and personnel density based on
    minimum information.
   Developing resource requirements and logistics estimates based on known mission
    requirements.
   Coordinating with service providers, including but not limited to military support activities in
    a Direct Support, General Support or higher echelon of support role, and contract support
    operations.
   Representing the customer in logistical matters as directed and authorized.
   Ensuring timely and adequate support is provided to customers in all areas of logistics
    support. Takes appropriate action to resolve problems in logistics support within assigned
    authorities and reports all matters to the customer for resolution outside assigned/delegated
    authorities.
   Coordinating for transportation of supplies and equipment as necessary.



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   Properly disposing of government property as directed, within assigned support channels,
    e.g. DRMO, ensuring the proper documentation is returned to the Accountable Officer to
    support the turn-in/audit trail.
   Competent in customer support and problem resolution within assigned area of responsibility
    (logistics).
   Planning, directing, or coordinating activities of an organization or department that provides
    lodging and other accommodations.
   Customer needs assessment.
   Meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
   Receiving emergency work order calls.
   Reacting to tenant nighttime lockouts.
   Anticipating unforeseen arrivals and sponsor them into Camp Deutsch or DISO billeting as
    required.
   Maintaining nighttime order and light discipline by conducting nightly physical security
    sweeps and checks.
   Maintaining a DA1594 and reports all nightly activities directly to Billeting Manager
   Reporting all emergencies, violations and anything not covered in his instructions to the
    Billeting Manager.
   Acting as the Billeting Manager in his absence.
   Flexing to other positions as necessary.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience. Years of experience may also be substituted for formal education.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (SUPPLY TECHNCIAN)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Supply Technician) shall have a minimum of 2-4 years experience in
a related field.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Supply Technician) performs limited aspects of technical supply
management work (e.g., inventory management, storage management, cataloging, property
utilization) related to depot, local, or other supply activities. Work usually is segregated by
commodity area or function, and controlled in terms of difficulty, complexity, or responsibility.
Assignments usually relate to stable or standardized segments of technical supply management
operations; or to functions or subjects that are narrow in scope or limited in difficulty. The work
generally involves individual case problems or supply actions. This work may require
consideration of program requirements, together with specific variations in or from standardized
guidelines. Assignments require (a) a good working knowledge of the governing supply systems,
programs, policies, nomenclature, work methods, manuals, or other established guidelines; (b) an
understanding of the needs of the organization serviced; and (c) analytical ability to define or
recognize the dimension of the problems involved, to collect the necessary data, to establish the
facts, and to take or recommend action based upon application or interpretation of established
guidelines. Additional responsibilities include:



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   Using manual and/or automated supply systems performs analyses and requirements
    definitions to provide robust logistics support to operations.
   Performs all functions required within an inventory control section to include but not limited
    to, requisition processing, receiving, issuing and storage of supplies and materials in support
    of DIA mission.
   Can develop and manage stockage levels using the EOQ method of stocking materials.
   Qualified in storage-operations.-and can define requirements to and maintain stocks in
    support of the mission.
   Ensures all supplies and equipment are properly issued and accounted for to authorized
    customers in a timely and accurate manner.
   Can develop plans and procedures to meet upcoming mission requirements, to include
    developing a list of materials needed to support operations and personnel density based on
    minimum information.
   Can develop resource requirements and logistics estimates based on known mission
    requirements.
   Coordinates with service providers, including but not limited to military support activities in
    a Direct Support, General Support or higher echelon of support role, and contract support
    operations.
   Represents the customer in logistical matters as directed and authorized.
   Ensures timely and adequate support is provided to customers in all areas of logistics
    support. Takes appropriate action to resolve problems in logistics support within assigned
    authorities and reports all matters to the customer for resolution outside assigned/delegated
    authorities.
   Coordinates for transportation of supplies and equipment as necessary.
   Properly disposes of government property as directed, within assigned support channels, e.g.
    DRMO, ensuring the proper documentation is returned to the Accountable Officer to support
    the turn-in/audit trail.
   Competent in customer support and problem resolution within assigned area of responsibility
    (logistics).

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (SUPPLY/ARMORER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Supply/Armorer) shall have a minimum of five years of providing
supply support to an Armory, with two years of logistics support experience.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Supply/Armorer) is responsible for performing the following duties:
 Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns
   organization and installation supplies and equipment.
 Prepares all relevant unit/organizational supply documents.




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   Maintains supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and
    equipment.
   Issues and receives small arms, as instructed.
   Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in assigned areas.
   Schedules and performs preventive and assigned maintenance on weapons.
   Evaluates and executes tasks for specific supply-related problems or actions.
   Adheres to program requirements, together with specific variations in or from standardized
    guidelines.
   Demonstrates a functional working knowledge of the governing supply systems, programs,
    policies, and other established guidelines.
   Conveys the analytical ability to define or recognize the scope of potential problems involved
    and then act on recommended action based upon application or interpretation of established
    guidelines.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. An Associate’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (SUPPLY/WAREHOUSE/ARMORER)
Minimum/General Experience
Position requires 8-10 years prior AA&E procedural and maintenance experience with
certification from United States Military or civilian certification from DOD manufacturers.

Functional Responsibility
Position requires 8-10 years prior AA&E procedural and maintenance experience with
certification from United States Military or civilian certification from DOD manufacturers. To
include, but not limited to the experience in the following areas:

   Small Arms Tools and Equipment – Inspect/use/maintain tools, test equipment, and gage
    kits. Inventory kits, sets, chests, and equipment monthly and complete inventory forms and
    records. Requisition required items and reconcile parts on order as required with supporting
    supply source.
   Small Arms Weapons Systems – Perform function checks, Pre-Fire and Technical
    Inspections (PFI/TI), and scheduled preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS).
    Identify/isolate problems.        Repair/replace unserviceable parts and/or components.
    Secure/store all AA&E. Complete required maintenance and/or administrative forms and
    records. Ensure all ordnance equipment preventive and corrective maintenance is accurately
    and completely performed.
   Security and Administrative Functions – Ensure armory security by conducting inspections
    of the physical armory structure, the area around the armory for security violations, the
    weapons, ammunition, and ordnance securing procedures. Verify the reliability of alarm and
    communication systems with reaction force. Document the results of the inspection. Initiate
    corrective action on any discrepancies noted. Ensure all weapons are issued and recovered
    from the armory in accordance with applicable directives. Ensure ammunition is: properly
    documented and accounted for, safely and securely stored, and properly issued and
    recovered.


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   Maintenance Management Programs – Document all maintenance and supply transactions.
    Update reports and records daily. Complete required maintenance and/or administrative
    forms and records.
   Armory Procedures – Complete/verify required accountability inventories to include: daily
    opening and closing sight counts and monthly serialized inventories of all AA&E. Ensure
    inventory and accountability of locks and keys. Maintain an armament summary chart.
    Maintain Testing, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment and Infantry Weapons Gages
    and equipment.
   Shop Safety – Identify shop safety requirements. Maintain required personal protective and
    shop safety equipment.
   Armory Publications and Directives – Validate publications requirements based on mission
    and AA&E on hand. Evaluate publications and directives on hand. Determine deficiencies,
    and take corrective actions as required. Maintain armory publication and directives control
    program. Update publications as new publications and directives are published.
   Manage Shop Equipment – Identify and account for all AA&E. Ensure collateral equipment
    shortages/unserviceable asset deficiencies are identified and placed on order and tracked
    daily.
   Manage Quality Control for AA&E – Ensure equipment repairs are completed and accurate
    maintenance is performed. Constantly review quality control procedures. Ensure personnel
    are trained to conduct quality control procedures. Submit product quality deficiency reports
    (PQDR) when required.
   Receives, inspects and stores supplies and equipment.
   Prepares receiving reports acknowledging receipt of goods for payment and Reports of
    Discrepancy as required. Coordinates with the government any discrepancies for corrective
    actions. Makes recommendations on appropriate corrective actions.
   Manages the shelf life of stocks in storage, ensuring the First-In First-Out (FIFO) rule is
    followed, unless stocks received at a later date will expire prior to anticipate usage.
   Knowledgeable in warehouse procedures, to include use of planographs, location layouts,
    locator systems arid warehouse planning.
   Exercises appropriate knowledge and skills placing items in storage using applicable DoD
    guidelines for storage activities.
   Conducts monthly warehouse locations surveys to ensure accurate storage locations are
    maintained.
   Conducts monthly 10% inventory of stocks in storage, verifying stock number, quantity and
    condition of stocks.
   Assists in developing catalog records for newly received supplies and equipment.
   Issues using appropriate documentation supplies and equipment to authorized customers.
   Performs monthly inventories of sensitive and pilferable supplies and equipment in storage to
    include.
   Prepares for shipment supplies and equipment, to include preparation of appropriate
    paperwork and accounting documents as required.
   Proficient in Material Safety Data Sheets on supplies and equipment in storage, fire safety in
    warehouse operations, and safety standards for warehouse operations. Operates assigned
    MHE as required.




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   Prepares appropriate documentation to account for items lost, damaged or destroyed while in
    their custody.
   Maintains common use supplies for issue as bench stock to authorized customers e.g., self
    service type items.
   Operation of appropriate MHE in support of transportation missions, such as forklifts,
    loaders, pallet and hand trucks.
   Packaging and crating of supplies and equipment, to include banding, taping, sealing or
    otherwise securing cargo appropriately and effectively.

Minimum Education
A minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (TRANSPORTER)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Transporter) shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of experience in the
field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
Logistics Technician (Transporter) is responsible for the physical movement of inbound and
outbound shipments via air, land, rail, sea or pipeline. Responsible for all distribution functions,
including shipments to domestic and international customers, and to distribution centers and
branches within the same company. May supervise other transportation managers and/or
specialists. Other responsibilities include:
 Air traffic management activities.
 Schedules and prioritizes cargo and personnel movement appropriately.
 Receiving and packaging material for storage and shipment.
 Inspection of supplies and equipment for identification, quantity counts and condition.
 Determines costs and special handling requirements for shipment of goods and materials.
 Certifies hazardous cargo for movement by surface and air.
 Initiates and responds to Discrepancy Reports.
 Possess knowledge of carrier rates and tariffs to determine mode and. costs of commercial
    transportation for movement of property and personnel.
 Develops and maintains applicable data reference files to support transportation activities.
 Prepares load plans and is knowledgeable in the classification and movement of cargo.
 Prepares and issue transportation documents, to include but not limited to passenger travel
    and pay adjustment vouchers.
 Operation of appropriate MHE in support of transportation missions, such as forklifts,
    loaders, pallet and hand trucks.
 Packaging and crating of supplies and equipment, to include banding, taping, sealing or
    otherwise securing cargo appropriately and effectively.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.




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LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (UTILITY GROUND SUSTAINMENT)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Utility Ground Sustainment) shall have a minimum of 8-10 years of
experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician’s (Utility Ground Sustainment) responsibilities include, but are not
limited to, the following duties:
 Escorting Local Nationals providing various services around U.S. military installations.
 Escorting Local Nationals and provide assistance, when required, for the cleaning of billeting
    rooms, common area latrines, laundry rooms, and other non-sensitive areas.
 Escorting Local Nationals and provide assistance, when required, for grounds upkeep
    including concrete pad sweeping, weed pulling, exterior house/office cleaning, collection and
    disposal of trash/smoking products on grounds, and the collection and disposal of debris.
 Emptying common trash collection points when Local Nationals are not available.
 Serving as the Fire Safety Inspector, including attending fire warden class and maintaining
    valid certifications; monthly inspection of fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, emergency
    lighting, and fire evacuations plans; conduct assessments to include fire drills and emergency
    response vehicles exercises; coordinating with facilities management for installation of fire
    safety items; provide O&M and testing of fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, and other fire
    safety equipments; maintaining fire safety Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
 Providing assembly and repair of bicycles as needed.
 Planning, selecting, constructing, assembling, installing, relocating, and maintaining office
    desks, chairs, shelving, furniture, stands, electronics, dry erase boards, warehouse shelving,
    phone mounts, etc…
 Operating forklift and other Material Handling Equipment, small engine powered equipment
    (i.e. power washer, weed trimmer, grass mower.).

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess at least an Associates’ degree with a Bachelor’s degree preferred. A
Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (VEHICLE MAINTENANCE)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Vehicle Maintenance) shall possess knowledge of machines and tools,
including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance. The individual will also have knowledge
of the practical application of engineering science and technology. The Mechanic will have
knowledge of circuit boards, processors, chips, electronic equipment, and computer hardware
and software, including applications and programming. The person shall have knowledge and
prediction of physical principles, laws, their interrelationships, and applications to understanding
fluid, material, and atmospheric dynamics, and mechanical, electrical, atomic and sub- atomic
structures and processes. The Logistics Technician (Vehicle Maintenance) shall have a minimum
of five years of experience in the field or in a related area.




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Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Vehicle Maintenance) responsibilities shall include:
 Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul trucks, buses and all types of diesel engines.
 Work primarily with diesel engines.
 Apply principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment to the design and production       of
   various goods and services.
 Customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation          of
   customer satisfaction.
 Perform routine maintenance on equipment and determining when and what kind                of
   maintenance is needed.
 Determine causes of operating errors and deciding what to do about it.
 Determine the kind of tools and equipment needed to do a job.
 Install equipment, machines, wiring, or programs to meet specifications.
 Conduct tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality      or
   performance.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience. The individual may have to complete an apprenticeship
and/or formal training as a Mechanic or Maintenance Technician. The individual shall possess
experience in relation to vehicle motor repair.

LOGISTICS TECHNICIAN (WAREHOUSEMAN)
Minimum/General Experience
The Logistics Technician (Warehouseman) shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of experience in
the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Logistics Technician (Warehouseman) responsibilities are:
 Receives, inspects and stores supplies and equipment.
 Prepares receiving reports acknowledging receipt of goods for payment and Reports of
   Discrepancy as required. Coordinates with the government any discrepancies for corrective
   actions. Makes recommendations on appropriate corrective actions.
 Manages the shelf life of stocks in storage, ensuring the First-In First-Out (FIFO) rule is
   followed, unless stocks received at a later date will expire prior to anticipate usage.
 Knowledgeable in warehouse procedures, to include use of planographs, location layouts,
   locator systems arid warehouse planning.
 Exercises appropriate knowledge and skills placing items in storage using applicable DoD
   guidelines for storage activities.
 Conducts monthly warehouse locations surveys to ensure accurate storage locations are
   maintained.
 Conducts monthly 10% inventory of stocks in storage, verifying stock number, quantity and
   condition of stocks.
 Assists in developing catalog records for newly received supplies and equipment.
 Issues using appropriate documentation supplies and equipment to authorized customers.


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   Performs monthly inventories of sensitive and pilferable supplies and equipment in storage to
    include.
   Prepares for shipment supplies and equipment, to include preparation of appropriate
    paperwork and accounting documents as required.
   Proficient in Material Safety Data Sheets on supplies and equipment in storage, fire safety in
    warehouse operations, and safety standards for warehouse operations. Operates assigned
    MHE as required.
   Prepares appropriate documentation to account for items lost, damaged or destroyed while in
    their custody.
   Maintains common use supplies for issue as bench stock to authorized customers e.g., self
    service type items.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Maintenance Technician should have 3-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Maintenance Technician performs general maintenance and repair of equipment and
buildings requiring practical skill and knowledge (but not proficiency) in such trades as painting,
carpentry, plumbing, masonry, and electrical work. Work involves a variety of the following
duties: Replacing electrical receptacles, wires, switches, fixtures, and motors; using plaster or
compound to patch minor holes and cracks in walls and ceilings; repairing or replacing sinks,
water coolers, and toilets; painting structures and equipment; repairing or replacing concrete
floors, steps, and sidewalks; replacing damaged paneling and floor tiles; hanging doors and
installing door locks; replacing broken window panes; and performing general maintenance on
equipment and machinery.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

MATERIAL HANDLING LABORER
Minimum/General Experience
The Material Handling t Laborer shall have a minimum of two years of experience in the field or
in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Material Handling Laborer must be able to:
 Operate forklifts to stack and retrieve supplies and materials.
 Document and maintain inventory and ensure production area organization and cleanliness.




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a high school diploma or equivalent. The individual may have to
complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in Material Handling Equipment.

MISSION MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Mission Managers will coordinate and execute all pre-deployment activities to ensure all
required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting personnel to deploy. The
Mission Manager should have 2-4 years of experience in the field. The individual must be
familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. The Mission
Manager will rely on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals

Functional Responsibility
The Mission Managers will verify personnel have successfully completed all requirements
including weapons qualification/familiarization; received all required clothing and equipment,
including NBC equipment training; have required identification cards, passports, visas;
contractors have the required Letter of Identification from their parent company; have required
orders assigning them to the mission; required security clearances; proper medical screening has
been completed indicating the person is fit to deploy; the person has received and passed all
required training courses; and other requirements which may be levied during deployment
preparation. The Mission Managers’ responsibilities include:
 Ensuring 24-hour organizational emergency notification is documented.
 Must have a broad background in the logistics arena as well as the personnel side of Client’s
    mission, and understand the various deployment requirements applied to civilian, contractors
    and military personnel alike.
 Understand the interactions between various agencies to ensure all actions are completed for
    deployment actions.
 Must know the qualifications that personnel must meet prior to deployment and a thorough
    knowledge of the agencies he must coordinate with to meet deployment requirements of
    Client personnel.
 Must be able to manage several pre-deployment activities involving numerous personnel at
    one time.
 Will exercise a very high degree of skill resolving very complex or sensitive pre-deployment
    problems, and recommend on the spot improvements to make the deployment process more
    efficient.
 Coordinates and monitors the scheduling, pricing, and technical performance of company
    programs.
 Aids in the negotiation of contracts and contractual changes and coordinating preparations of
    proposals, plans, specifications, and financial conditions of contracts.
 Develops new business and expands product line.
 Ensures adherence to master plans and schedules.
 Develops solutions to program problems, and directs work of incumbents assigned to
    program from various departments.
 Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget.
 Acts as advisor to program team regarding projects, tasks, and operations.



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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

OPERATIONS CENTER ADMIN/SECURITY OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Operations Center Admin/Security Officer will have knowledge of pertinent laws,
regulations, policies, and precedents, which affect the Client Operations Center security program
as well as knowledge of theory and principles of management and organization. The Operations
Center Admin/Security Officer shall have a minimum of 5-10 years experience in Administrative
and/or Security Support. The level of expertise for the Operations Center Admin/Security Officer
requires knowledge of a broad range of the overall Client security program. This person will
have a strong understanding of Client’s operating programs, projects and supporting missions.

Functional Responsibility
The Operations Center Admin/Security Officer will plan, schedule, and conduct projects and
studies to evaluate and recommend ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of security
related issues on behalf of Client. The Operations Center Admin/Security Officer’s knowledge of
a wide range of security concepts, principles, and practices to review independently, analyze, and
resolve difficult and complex security problems. The Operations Center Admin/Security Officer
will use knowledge of security program interrelationships to coordinate the objectives and plans
of the Client’s Operations Center security program. The Operations Center Admin/Security
Officer’s responsibilities include:
 Extensive technical judgments concerning the interpretation and implementation of existing
    security policy and in deciding which analytical and technical decisions lead to, or form the
    basis for, major security program policy and operational decisions by top management.
 Will plan specific operating requirements and develop guidance for applying security policy,
    procedures, techniques, equipment, and methods to a variety of work situations and various
    degrees or levels of security controls.
 Responsible for determining enterprise information security standards.
 Develops and implements information security standards and procedures.
 Ensures that all information systems are functional and secure.
 Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.
 Manage material resources, assimilate and store day to day operational data, maintain
    management’s calendars and schedules, tracking Operations Center taskings, act as the
    protocol officer on behalf of the Director on arranging meetings, briefings, and VIP visits.
 Establish quality assurance programs, in-house training, and records maintenance programs
    for Operations Center personnel.
 Apply analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to program operations.
 Maintain an Operations Center publications library and have a strong knowledge base of
    pertinent laws, regulations, policies, and precedents, which affect the Client mission.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a master's degree in Business or in a related field.




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OPERATIONS CENTER LOGISTICS SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT (SME)
Minimum/General Experience
The Operations Center Logistics SME will be involved and provide guidance on logistics for the
Operations Center, identifying the specific requirements for money, manpower, material,
facilities, and services needed to support and correlating those requirements with proper planning
to assure support is provided at the right time and place. The Operations Center Logistics SME
should have at least 7-10 years of experience in the field. The Operations Center Logistics SME
base of knowledge will require knowledge of agency program planning, funding, and
management information systems. Additionally, a broad knowledge of the Operations Center and
functions of associated activities involved in providing logistical support, and the ability to
coordinate and evaluate the efforts of functional specialists to identify specific requirements and
to develop and adjust plans and schedules for the actions needed to meet each requirement on
time.

Functional Responsibility
The Operations Center Logistics SME requires specialized knowledge of some or all of the
logistics support activities involved and the ability to integrate the separate functions in planning
or implementing a logistics management program. The Operations Center Logistics SME
responsibilities include:
 Directing and overseeing an organization's operational (non-manufacturing) policies,
    objectives, and initiatives.
 Familiarity with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

OPERATIONS MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Operations Manager is responsible to the client for the day-to-day direction and future
strategic planning for the mission support provided by the Operations Center. The Operations
Manager should have at least 10-12 years of experience in the field. The Operations Manager
will be the single point of contact for executive level coordination, and is the final approval
authority for the specific requirements for money, manpower, material, facilities, and services
needed to support the Operations Center program.

Functional Responsibility
The Operations Manager will direct program plans to assure that needed operational support is
provided at the right time and place to meet all current and future agency requirements. The
Operations Manager responsibilities include:
 Knowledge of agency program planning, funding, management information systems, and the
   organization and functions of activities involved in providing logistical support to the client.
 Evaluate and assess the efforts of functional specialists to develop and adjust plans and
   schedules as required, and ensure the integration of separate Operation Center functions meet
   client’s deployment and redeployment operational requirements.



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   Plans and directs all aspects of an organization's operational (non-manufacturing) policies,
    objectives, and initiatives.
   Develops policies and procedures for operational processes in order to ensure optimization
    and compliance with established standards and regulations.
   Demonstrates expertise in a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

PERSONNEL SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Personnel Specialist shall have a minimum of five years experience of providing civilian
personnel management and administrative support to personnel as required by the Client.

Functional Responsibility
The Personnel Specialist must possess an extensive knowledge of personnel automated systems
to track the current status of Client personnel. The Specialist’s responsibilities include:
 Must possess the knowledge to maintain government/official records of actions taken on the
     Agency’s behalf, and archive records for each deployed individual.
 Oversee/coordinate the re-integration process for re-deployees to include notifying CLIENT
     Human Resource Services (DAH-4) of all returning personnel.
 Must possess knowledge of Client’s performance appraisal and award system to ensure both
     appraisals and awards are prepared within designated timelines.
 Plans, directs and carries out policies relating to all phases of personnel activity.
 Recruits, interviews, and selects employees to fill vacant positions.
 Plans and conducts new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward company
     goals.
 Keeps record of insurance coverage, pension plan, and personnel transactions, such as hires,
     promotions, transfers, and terminations.
 Investigates accidents and prepares reports for insurance carrier.
 Conducts wage survey within labor market to determine competitive wage rate.
 Prepares budget of personnel operations.
 May be responsible for evaluating and suggesting new benefit or compensation structures or
     changes to existing plans.
 Must be familiar with internet business models and technologies.
 Generally manages a group of human resources professionals.

Minimum Education The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management.
A Master’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

PLUMBER
Minimum/General Experience
The Plumber will inspect, repair, install, modify, and maintain plumbing fixtures in heating,
water and drainage systems. The individual must be able to identify electrical, plumbing and



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safety problems applicable to the installation and take necessary corrective action. The individual
performs necessary clerical duties with the job and is able to read blue prints. The Plumber shall
have a minimum of five years of experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Plumber will be familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures.
The Plumber must be able to:
 Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
 Perform a variety of complicated tasks.
 Direct and lead the work of others.
 Maintain a certain degree of creativity and latitude.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree. A Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for
two years of experience. The Plumber may be required to meet certain certifications in plumbing.

POWER GENERATOR MECHANIC
Minimum/General Experience
The Power Generator Mechanic must have knowledge of circuit boards, processors, chips,
electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software, including applications and
programming. The individual will possess knowledge of machines and tools, including their
designs, uses, repair, and maintenance. The individual shall have knowledge of the practical
application of engineering science and technology. This person will also have knowledge of
design techniques, tools, and principles involved in production of precision technical plans,
blueprints, drawings, and models. The Power Generator Mechanic shall have a minimum of five
years of experience in the field or in a related area.

Functional Responsibility
The Power Generator Mechanic will apply principles, techniques, procedures, and equipment to
the design and production of various goods and services. The responsibilities include:
 Test, repair, rebuild and assemble electric motors, generators and equipment.
 Conducting tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality or
    performance.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience. The individual may have to complete an apprenticeship
and/or formal training as a Mechanic. The individual shall possess experience in relation to
electric motor and switch repair.

PRE-DEPLOYMENT MISSION MANAGER I
Minimum/General Experience
The Pre-deployment Mission Manager I will coordinate and execute all pre-deployment
activities to ensure all required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting
personnel to deploy. The Pre-deployment Mission Managers should have 4-6 years of experience
in the field. The individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures


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within a particular field. The Pre-deployment Mission Managers will rely on extensive
experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

Functional Responsibility
The Pre-deployment Mission Manager I will verify personnel have successfully completed all
requirements including weapons qualification/familiarization; received all required clothing and
equipment, including NBC equipment training; have required identification cards, passports,
visas; contractors have the required Letter of Identification from their parent company; have
required orders assigning them to the mission; required security clearances; proper medical
screening has been completed indicating the person is fit to deploy; the person has received and
passed all required training courses; and other requirements which may be levied during
deployment preparation. The Pre-deployment Mission Manager I’s responsibilities include:
 Ensuring 24-hour organizational emergency notification is documented.
 Must have a broad background in the logistics arena as well as the personnel side of Client’s
    mission, and understand the various deployment requirements applied to civilian, contractors
    and military personnel alike.
 Understand the interactions between various agencies to ensure all actions are completed for
    deployment actions.
 Must know the qualifications that personnel must meet prior to deployment and a thorough
    knowledge of the agencies he must coordinate with to meet deployment requirements of
    Client personnel.
 Must be able to manage several pre-deployment activities involving numerous personnel at
    one time.
 Will exercise a very high degree of skill resolving very complex or sensitive pre-deployment
    problems, and recommend on the spot improvements to make the deployment process more
    efficient.
 Coordinates and monitors the scheduling, pricing, and technical performance of company
    programs.
 Aids in the negotiation of contracts and contractual changes and coordinating preparations of
    proposals, plans, specifications, and financial conditions of contracts.
 Develops new business and expands product line.
 Ensures adherence to master plans and schedules.
 Develops solutions to program problems, and directs work of incumbents assigned to
    program from various departments.
 Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget.
 Acts as advisor to program team regarding projects, tasks, and operations.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

PRE-DEPLOYMENT MISSION MANAGER II
Minimum/General Experience
The Pre-deployment Mission Manager II will coordinate and execute all pre-deployment
activities to ensure all required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting
personnel to deploy. The Pre-deployment Mission Manager II should have 6-8 years of


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experience in the field. The individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and
procedures within a particular field. The Pre-deployment Mission Manager II will rely on
extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

Functional Responsibility
The Pre-deployment Mission Manager II will verify personnel have successfully completed all
requirements including weapons qualification/familiarization; received all required clothing and
equipment, including NBC equipment training; have required identification cards, passports,
visas; contractors have the required Letter of Identification from their parent company; have
required orders assigning them to the mission; required security clearances; proper medical
screening has been completed indicating the person is fit to deploy; the person has received and
passed all required training courses; and other requirements which may be levied during
deployment preparation. The Pre-deployment Mission Manager II’s responsibilities include:
 Ensuring 24-hour organizational emergency notification is documented.
 Must have a broad background in the logistics arena as well as the personnel side of Client’s
    mission, and understand the various deployment requirements applied to civilian, contractors
    and military personnel alike.
 Understanding the interactions between various agencies to ensure all actions are completed
    for deployment actions.
 Knowing the qualifications that personnel must meet prior to deployment and a thorough
    knowledge of the agencies he must coordinate with to meet deployment requirements of
    Client personnel.
 Managing several pre-deployment activities involving numerous personnel at one time.
 Exercising a very high degree of skill resolving very complex or sensitive pre-deployment
    problems, and recommend on the spot improvements to make the deployment process more
    efficient.
 Coordinating and monitoring the scheduling, pricing, and technical performance of company
    programs.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

PROGRAM MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Program Manager will have a minimum of ten years of project experience, including five
years of management experience.

Functional Responsibility
The Program Manager coordinates and monitors the scheduling, pricing, and technical
performance of company programs. The Program Manager is also responsible for:
 Aiding in the negotiation of contracts and contractual changes and coordinating preparations
    of proposals, plans, specifications, and financial conditions of contracts.
 Developing new business and expanding the product line.
 Ensuring adherence to master plans and schedules.
 Developing solutions to program problems.


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   Directing work of incumbents assigned to program from various departments.
   Ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget.
   Acting as advisor to program team regarding projects, tasks, and operations.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Management or in a related area. A Master’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

PROJECT MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Project Manager must have at least four years’ experience of which at least two years must
be related to the management of programs, projects, or task orders. Experience must include
increasing responsibilities in both managerial and technical responsibilities. Must demonstrate
the ability to work independently or under only general direction.

Functional Responsibility
The Project Manager assists in the performance of all Project Manager II responsibilities. May
be responsible for individual task orders under the supervision of the Project Manager II.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Management or in a related area. A Master’s
degree may be substituted for two years of experience.

PROPERTY BOOK OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Property Book Officer is responsible for all client issued property throughout the specified
location – customer headquarters, remote sites, and/or overseas locations. The Property Book
Officer shall have a minimum of 2-4 years of experience in application of a wide range of
established and commonly applied supply principles, concepts and methodologies in support of
property accountability.

Functional Responsibility
The Property Book Officer receives, stores, and issues materials, equipment, and other items
from stockroom, warehouse or storage yard. The Property Book Officer I must also:
 Keep records and compile stock records.
 Serve as the technical authority on property for the client.
 Establish policy guidance through interpretation and implementation of directives from
   higher authority.
 Develop guidance concerning property accountability procedures.
 Advise personnel of their responsibilities in maintaining a property control system.
 Maintain inventory accountability and control of property through the use of the approved
   automated software program.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.


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PROPERTY BOOK SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Property Book Specialist is responsible for all client issued property throughout the
specified location – customer headquarters, remote sites, and/or overseas locations. The Property
Book Specialist shall have a minimum of 12-15 years of experience in application of a wide
range of established and commonly applied supply principles, concepts and methodologies in
support of property accountability.

Functional Responsibility
The Property Book Specialist receives, stores, and issues material, equipment, and other items
from stockrooms, warehouses and/or storage yards. The Property Book Specialist must also:
 Develop detailed procedures and metrics on inventory processes.
 Keep records and compile stock records.
 Establish policy guidance through interpretation and implementation of directives from
   higher authority.
 Develop guidance concerning property accountability procedures.
 Advise personnel of their responsibilities in maintaining a property control system.
 Maintain inventory accountability and control of property through the use of the approved
   automated software program.
 Possess knowledge in the use of the Media Scanning Device (MSD).
 Familiar with Property Accountability Support System (PASS) and Integrated Logistics
   System.
 Provide documentation on all items inventoried to ensure that all assets are captured and
   accountability in accordance with the established policies.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

PROPERTY BOOK TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Property Book Technician is responsible for all client issued property throughout the
specified location – customer headquarters, remote sites, and/or overseas locations. The Property
Book Technician shall have a minimum of 4-6 years of experience in application of a wide range
of established and commonly allied supply principles, concepts and methodologies in support of
property accountability.

Functional Responsibility
The Property Book Technician receives, stores, and issues materials, equipment, and other items
from stockroom, warehouse or storage yard. The Property Book Technician must also:
 Keep records and compile stock records.
 Serve as the technical authority on property for the client.
 Establish policy guidance through interpretation and implementation of directives from
   higher authority.
 Maintain inventory accountability and control of property through the use of the approved
   automated software program.


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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree may be substituted for two
years of experience.

REDEPLOYMENT MISSION MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Redeployment Mission Manager will coordinate and execute all redeployment activities to
ensure all required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting personnel to
redeploy. The Redeployment Mission Manager should have 2-4 years of experience in the field.
The individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a
particular field. The Redeployment Mission Manager will rely on extensive experience and
judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

Functional Responsibility
The Redeployment Mission Manager will properly reintegrate returning personnel to their
normal duties. Redeployment Mission Managers will ensure returning individuals receive
personalized guidance and information to successfully return to their homes and families.
Specific assistance to redeploying individuals include:
 Organizing visits to specific deployment facilities to clear hand receipts.
 Overseeing Common Access Card (CAC) turn-in.
 Scheduling post deployment health and mental evaluations.
 Monitoring progress through the Redeployment and Reintegration (RDI) programs.
 Answering questions and addressing concerns.

Additional Redeployment Mission Manager responsibilities include:
 Maintaining master appointment tracking sheets for RDI programs.
 Possessing a broad background in the logistics arena as well as the personnel side of Client’s
   mission, and understand the various deployment requirements applied to civilian, contractors
   and military personnel alike.
 Understanding the interactions between various agencies to ensure all actions are completed
   for deployment actions.
 Managing several redeployment activities involving numerous personnel at one time.
 Exercising a very high degree of skill resolving very complex or sensitive redeployment
   problems, and recommend on the spot improvements to make the redeployment process more
   efficient.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Administrative Officer must have the ability to successfully provide Senior Level
Administrative support of the scope and complexity of a DoD agency or military organization at
Brigade or higher level. Must have had experience in an Administrative Supervisory position
support deployment operations at the command level or higher. The individual selected will


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have least one year experience at a level equal to this position in a similar activity. Must have
extensive knowledge of most Microsoft systems software and be familiar with Data Management
and DoD files maintenance directives.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Administrative Officer must possess the administrative skills necessary to perform all
levels of administrative support. This support will include directing and coordinating
administrative services, which may include office clerical and support services, printing, mail
distribution and messenger services, telecommunications, maintenance, purchasing and security
services. In addition, this position will require a more advance (Senior) administrative skill set
that includes formatting, files management, data entry, data/metric management, and
management report dissemination and tracking. Unique support will be to facilitate and track the
agency validation of all incoming nominations and expedite requests for Global Deployment
Operations. The Senior Administrative Officer must have an intimate knowledge of the current
DAL DIA Deployment execution processes in order to assist in ensuring a clear, smooth
interface of operational deployment validations and execution of validations in support of both
operational and readiness missions. Responsible for developing and managing the administrative
processes supporting readiness programs by maintaining records and providing data entry
capability. The Senior Administrative Officer will maintains the file plan and oversees files
maintenance and records keeping supporting effective and efficient operations. Additional duties
may include: Checking security clearance progress, assisting in the routing and maintenance of
the agency awards program.

Minimum Education
Must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent. A Bachelor's Degree or graduate
degree in Personnel management, Business Administration, Management, or other applicable
area is highly desirable.

SENIOR CONSULTANT
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Consultant will have a minimum of fifteen years or more of experience in related
field.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Consultant is recognized as a high level authority or expert on one or more
specialized business/technical subject areas. Serves as internal consultant, providing guidance on
the most complex projects. Generally spends a great deal of time in an advisory capacity
regarding problems of a complex nature.

Minimum Education
Bachelor’s degree in related subject matter. Four years of experience may be substituted for
education requirement.




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SENIOR DEPLOYMENT OPERATIONS OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Deployment Operations Officer must have a minimum of four years experience in the
management and supervision of Deployment Operations.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Deployment Operations Officer must have the ability to successfully manage and
supervise an operation of the scope and complexity of a DoD Deployment Operations Activity or
other equivalent activity. The Senior Deployment Operations Officer provides functional
expertise in compiling deployment and redeployment requirements, personnel operations
movements and readiness support through the Deployment Center.

The Senior Deployment Operations Officer must be familiar with several adaptive planning,
execution and operational AIT tools to include the following:
 Global Decision Support System (GDSS)
 Global Command and Control System (GCCS)
 Joint Operations Planning and Execution System (JOPES)
 Various in-transit visibility and strategic movement systems available in the Defense
   Transportation System.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or a related relevant
field of study. An Associate’s degree in a like area of study may be substituted for two years of
recent and practical experience.

SENIOR EXERCISE PLANNER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Exercise Planner must have a minimum of four years experience in the management
and supervision of an appropriate operations and logistics planning activity. The Senior Exercise
Planner must have least two years experience at a level equal to this position in an activity
involved in developing and managing plans and operations in support of a DoD activity. The
Senior Exercise Planner must have the ability to successfully perform and facilitate command
level deployment operations planning in an operation of the scope and complexity of a DoD
Deployment Operations Activity or other equivalent activity.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Exercise Planner provides subject matter support in representing the Agency and its
functional program entities in exercise planning sessions. In addition, the Senior Exercise
Planner is responsible for assisting in coordinating with multiple Agency functional experts to
analyze the Agency’s specific requirements to ensure adequate provisions of manpower,
expertise, supplies, equipment and services to meet specific support needs for exercise
involvement. The Senior Exercise Planner must be familiar with several adaptive planning,
execution and operational tools to include the following:

   Global Command and Control System (GCCS)
   Joint Operations Planning and Execution System (JOPES)


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   Collaborative Force Analysis, Sustainment and Transportation System (CFAST)
   Joint Flow and Analysis System for Transportation (JFAST)
   Various in transit visibility and strategic movement systems available in the Defense
    Transportation System.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management or a related relevant
field of study. An Associate’s degree in a like area of study may be substituted for two years of
recent and practical experience.

SENIOR HR DEPLOYMENT MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior HR Deployment Manager performs expert level duties on all aspects of civilian
personnel management and administration, i.e., appraisals, awards, training, personnel tracking
in support of Client’s deployment programs. The Senior HR Deployment Manager should have
at least 8 years of experience in the field. The Senior HR Deployment Manager must possess
mastery of advanced HRM principles, concepts, regulations, and practices, analytical methods
and techniques, and seasoned consultative skill sufficient to resolve HRM problems not
susceptible to treatment by standard methods.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior HR Deployment Manager must possess an extensive knowledge of personnel
automated systems to track the current status of Client personnel deploying from CONUS to
OCONUS as well as re-deployment from OCONUS to CONUS. The Senior HR Deployment
Manager’s responsibilities include:
 Developing, interpreting, and analyzing data extracts and reports from automated HR
    databases and/or develop the most efficient and effective automated systems approaches for
    presenting HR reports and graphics for management.
 Ability to develop personnel Detail transactions and maintain PERSTEMPO reports.
 Must possess the knowledge to maintain government/official records of actions taken on the
    Agency’s behalf, and archive records for each deployed individual.
 Oversee/coordinate the re-integration process for re-deployees to include notifying CLIENT
    Human Resource Services (DAH-4) of all returning personnel.
 Must possess knowledge of Client’s performance appraisal and award system to ensure both
    appraisals and awards are prepared within designated timelines.
 Plans, directs and carries out policies relating to all phases of personnel activity.
 Recruits, interviews, and selects employees to fill vacant positions.
 Plans and conducts new employee orientation to foster positive attitude toward company
    goals.
 Keeps record of insurance coverage, pension plan, and personnel transactions, such as hires,
    promotions, transfers, and terminations.
 Investigates accidents and prepares reports for insurance carrier.
 Conducts wage survey within labor market to determine competitive wage rate.
 Prepares budget of personnel operations.




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   May be responsible for evaluating and suggesting new benefit or compensation structures or
    changes to existing plans.
   Must be familiar with internet business models and technologies.
   Generally manages a group of human resources professionals.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SENIOR LOGISTICS MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Logistics Manager should have at least ten years of experience in the field. This
position directly involves Client’s internal and external interests.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Logistics Manager will coordinate, consolidate and facilitate the logistics
requirements into a logistics annex supporting the various staff and operating directorates of
Client’s objectives. The Senior Logistics Manager’s responsibilities include:
 Perform analyses of logistics support requirements and resource shortfalls for assigned
    mission areas and potential mission requirements.
 Provide alternative support solutions and options for Government consideration.
 Prepare plans, estimates, orders and logistics annexes (i.e., security, deployment and
    redeployment, procurement and accountability, transportation) to support customer
    requirements.
 Coordinate and brief the customer leadership regarding logistical matters as required.
    Develop rough order of magnitude estimates, functional plans and resource plans needed to
    meet customer requirements and operations.
 Develop plans and procedures for customer military, Government and contractor personnel,
    providing the customer a logistics support package based on mission requirements.
 Develop an operational support plan to deploy, sustain and redeploy personnel and
    equipment.
 Coordinate with Government, contractors and service providers, including, but not limited to,
    military support activities in a Direct Support, General Support or higher echelon support
    role, and contract support operations as directed by the customer.
 Provide advance notification to reception and onward movement points.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SENIOR LOGISTICS PLANNER I
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Logistics Planner I is a one-deep position that directs a program where both scope
and responsibility impacts the Client interests throughout the government and internationally.
The Senior Logistics Planner I should have at least ten years of experience in the field. This
position directly involves Client’s internal and external interests.


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Functional Responsibility
The Senior Logistics Planner I will coordinate, consolidate and facilitate the logistics
requirements into a logistics annex supporting the various staff and operating directorates of
Client’s objectives. The Planner’s responsibilities include:
 Coordinates with functional specialists to analyze Client specific requirements to ensure
    adequate provision of manpower, supplies, equipment, and services to meet specific support
    needs to meet Client mission requirements.
 Evaluating and updating plans for currency, impact and support feasibility.
 Continuous interaction with Combatant Commanders (COCOM) to ensure Client’s mission
    interests and logistics footprint are integrated into all current OPLANS and COPLANS
    globally.
 Represent the Client and their employing activities in joint planning sessions with agency
    functional and program specialists as well as with personnel of other agencies.
 Directs and oversees an organization's planning function to promote organizational
    effectiveness.
 Works with the top management to provide broad-based strategic thought leadership on a
    variety of business topics.
 Leads the preparation of quarterly business updates, Board presentations, and other critical
    business updates.
 Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SENIOR LOGISTICS PLANNER II
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Logistics Planner is a one-deep position that directs a program where both scope and
responsibility impacts the Client interests throughout the government and internationally. The
Senior Logistics Planner should have at least ten years of experience in the field. This position
directly involves Client’s internal and external interests.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Logistics Planner will coordinate, consolidate and facilitate the logistics requirements
into a logistics annex supporting the various staff and operating directorates of Client’s
objectives. The Planner’s responsibilities include:
 Coordinates with functional specialists to analyze Client specific requirements to ensure
    adequate provision of manpower, supplies, equipment, and services to meet specific support
    needs to meet Client mission requirements.
 Evaluating and updating plans for currency, impact and support feasibility.
 Continuous interaction with Combatant Commanders (COCOM) to ensure Client’s mission
    interests and logistics footprint are integrated into all current OPLANS and COPLANS
    globally.
 Represent the Client and their employing activities in joint planning sessions with agency
    functional and program specialists as well as with personnel of other agencies.



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   Directs and oversees an organization's planning function to promote organizational
    effectiveness.
   Works with the top management to provide broad-based strategic thought leadership on a
    variety of business topics.
   Leads the preparation of quarterly business updates, Board presentations, and other critical
    business updates.
   Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SENIOR MISSION MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Mission Managers will coordinate and execute all pre-deployment activities to ensure
all required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting personnel to deploy. The
Senior Mission Manager should have at least 10-12 years of experience in the field. The
individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular
field. The Senior Mission Manager will rely on extensive experience and judgment to plan and
accomplish goals

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Mission Managers will verify personnel have successfully completed all
requirements including weapons qualification/familiarization; received all required clothing and
equipment, including NBC equipment training; have required identification cards, passports,
visas; contractors have the required Letter of Identification from their parent company; have
required orders assigning them to the mission; required security clearances; proper medical
screening has been completed indicating the person is fit to deploy; the person has received and
passed all required training courses; and other requirements which may be levied during
deployment preparation. The Senior Mission Managers’ responsibilities include:
 Ensuring 24-hour organizational emergency notification is documented.
 Must have a broad background in the logistics arena as well as the personnel side of Client’s
    mission, and understand the various deployment requirements applied to civilian, contractors
    and military personnel alike.
 Understand the interactions between various agencies to ensure all actions are completed for
    deployment actions.
 Must know the qualifications that personnel must meet prior to deployment and a thorough
    knowledge of the agencies he must coordinate with to meet deployment requirements of
    Client personnel.
 Must be able to manage several pre-deployment activities involving numerous personnel at
    one time.
 Will exercise a very high degree of skill resolving very complex or sensitive pre-deployment
    problems, and recommend on the spot improvements to make the deployment process more
    efficient.
 Coordinates and monitors the scheduling, pricing, and technical performance of company
    programs.


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   Aids in the negotiation of contracts and contractual changes and coordinating preparations of
    proposals, plans, specifications, and financial conditions of contracts.
   Develops new business and expands product line.
   Ensures adherence to master plans and schedules.
   Develops solutions to program problems, and directs work of incumbents assigned to
    program from various departments.
   Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget.
   Acts as advisor to program team regarding projects, tasks, and operations.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SENIOR STAFF OFFICER
Minimum/General Experience
The Senior Staff Officer must be situational aware of ongoing operations and be able to interpret
mission requirements or problems to the point of referring to the appropriate area of functional
expertise. The Senior Staff Officer should have at least eight years of experience in the field. As
secondary responsibility, the Senior Staff Officer will perform administrative duties as required.

Functional Responsibility
The Senior Staff Officer’s responsibilities include:
 Exercises analytical ability, judgment, discretion, and personal responsibility, and the
   application of a substantial body of knowledge of principles, concepts, and practices of
   administration.
 Perform duties independently with minimal or no immediate Client supervision.
 Relieves Chief Executive Officer of administrative functions in order to increase the time
   CEO has available for executive level responsibilities.
 Handles a wide variety of complex and confidential situations and resolves conflicts
   involving the clerical and administrative function of the office.
 Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material.
 Prepares routine and advanced correspondence including letters, memoranda, and reports.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

SHIPPING/RECEIVING CLERK
Minimum/General Experience
The Shipping/Receiving Clerk shall have a minimum of 0-2 years experience with supply and
shipping/receiving functions.

Functional Responsibility
 Performs clerical and physical tasks in connection with shipping goods of the establishment
   in which employed and receiving incoming shipments.



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   In performing day-to-day, routine tasks, follows established guidelines.
   In handling unusual non-routine problems, receives specific guidance from supervisor or
    other officials.
   May direct and coordinate the activities of other workers engaged in handling goods to be
    shipped or being received.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a high school diploma or equivalent.

SITE LEAD
Minimum/General Experience
The Site Lead shall have a minimum of 15 years experience in DoD and/or Intelligence
Community logistics management and a Minimum of 5 years experience supervising others.

Functional Responsibility
The Site Lead must have experience with Ground and/or Air Transportation, Materiel
Management, and Facilities Management. The Site Lead must have experience in all aspects of
program performance (i.e., technical, contractual, administrative, and financial). Manages and
supervises personnel involved in all aspects of program activity. Organizes and assigns
responsibilities to subordinates and oversees the successful completion of all assigned tasks.
Strong analytical abilities and project management skills. The Site Lead must have the ability to:
 Work independently and make appropriate decisions as necessary.
 Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
 Utilize a personal computer and basic word processing, spreadsheet and database software as
    well as have strong written and verbal skills.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience. The Individual must have at least two logistics
licenses/certifications.

SMALL ARMS INSTRUCTOR
Minimum/General Experience
The Small Arms Instructor will have at least two to four years proven and demonstrated
experiences in the teaching of Small arms. This Small Arms Instructor instructs personnel in
rifle, pistol, and shotgun marksmanship: Explains and demonstrates weapon safety, firing
positions, sight picture, and alignment, breath and trigger control, and other specified
fundamentals and techniques of marksmanship: Instructs personnel in nomenclature, weapon
disassembly, weapon operation, weapon stoppages, and immediate corrective action for small
arms weapons. Explains range safety regulations. Inspects small arms weapons to ensure that
weapons are clean, properly lubricated, and in designated operating condition. Observes
personnel during firing to ensure that safety procedures are followed. Offers corrective advice to
personnel to improve marksmanship and to aid in correcting weapon malfunctions. Scores field
firing results to include target detection, range estimation, firing positions, and other
marksmanship principles.



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Functional Responsibility
 Responsible for the preparation and instruction of the appropriate course material to all
   students allocated in accordance with approved syllabuses and Training Directives
 Preparation of lesson plans, lectures, class work and practical work in accordance with the
   approved syllabus.
 The efficient instruction of students together with the appropriate management of teaching
   resources, records and accommodation.
 Instruction by oral, visual and other means of all students allocated.
 Duties, ancillary to instruction, if deemed necessary.
 Proposing and where possible, preparation of teaching aids, training devices, drops, charts
   and models and if necessary, assisting with technical assistance in the preparation of such
   aids.
 Advising through periodic reports on the rate of development of each student.
 Maintenance to equipments, stores and training aids to include maintaining technical
   literature appropriate to relevant subject
 Enforcement of good workshop safety and engineering practices including the use of the
   correct tools, equipment, safety devices and protective clothing.
 Keeping up to date by personal study in the matter of new equipment, new techniques, new
   tools and materials etc. relevant to trade, craft or subject.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree or documented expertise in the field of
instruction. A Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience. The individual
may be required to meet certain certifications in Small Arms Instruction from Military or
Civilian Equivalents.

SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT
Minimum/General Experience
The Subject Matter Expert shall have a minimum of 8-10 years in a related field.

Functional Responsibility
The Subject Matter Expert serves as the expert and technical authority in area of expertise.
Serves as consultant to senior management, senior Government officials and/or the corporate
customers. Regularly applies extensive and diversified knowledge and experience of highly
advanced technologies, scientific principles and theories contributing to the development of new
processes, methods and concepts. Provides technical coordination on assigned programs and may
assume the lead role in a project or program. The Subject Matter Expert must be able to:
 Inspect completed work and direct any rework or modification.
 Based on broad objectives from management and/or customers, independently provides
    guidance and advice related to significant technical problems and operational processes
    which typically require the development of new or refined algorithms, techniques,
    equipment, materials, processes, products, systems concepts and/or scientific methods.
    Encourages optimum design within customer specifications, quality standards, schedule and
    funding limitations.




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   Performs complex evaluation for major program to enhance the technical and economic
    development of the product and/or service. Assesses the feasibility and soundness of
    proposed evaluation tests, products, or equipment.
   Represents the corporation as a recognized Subject Matter Expert (SME) at
    regional/national/international symposiums and/or conferences. Demonstrates creative ability
    through problem solving, scientific reports or technical papers and articles.
   Represents the company as a prime technical customer contact on contracts or programs.
    Consults and advises senior management and/or the customer regarding feasibility of new
    projects, systems or approaches to meet long-term goals.
   Develops and delivers complex technical presentations to senior management and customers.
    Attends and represents the Company in high-level meetings with the customer, vendors
    and/or subcontractors.
   Provides functional and technical guidance to engineering staff and management. May
    perform as a project lead on advanced specialized projects or in resolution of technical
    problems that would critically impact performance, schedule or cost.
   Develops new customer contacts and conceptualizes solutions to significant customer
    problems which lead to new business for the corporation. Actively identifies
    expanded/additional tasking with existing customers and defines highly complex technical
    requirements for draft statements of work.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience.

SUPPLY CLERK
Minimum/General Experience
The Supply Clerk shall have a minimum of 2-4 years experience in a related field.

Functional Responsibility
The Supply Clerk receives, stores, and issues equipment, materials, supplies, merchandise, or
tools, and compiles stock records of items in stockroom, warehouse or storage yard. Counts,
sorts, or weighs incoming articles to verify receipt of items on requisition or invoice. Stores
articles according to style, size or type of material. Prepares periodic, special or perpetual
inventory of stock. Requisitions articles to fill incoming orders. Compiles reports on use of stock
handling equipment, adjustments of inventory counts and stock records, spoilage of or damage to
stock, location changes, and refusal of shipments. May mark identifying codes, figures, or letters
on articles.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience.

SUPPLY TECHNICIAN
Minimum/General Experience
The Supply Technician shall have a minimum of 3-5 years experience in a related field.



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Functional Responsibility
The Supply Technician performs limited aspects of technical supply management work (e.g.,
inventory management, storage management, cataloging, property utilization) related to depot,
local, or other supply activities. Work usually is segregated by commodity area or function, and
controlled in terms of difficulty, complexity, or responsibility. Assignments usually relate to
stable or standardized segments of technical supply management operations; or to functions or
subjects that are narrow in scope or limited in difficulty. The work generally involves individual
case problems or supply actions. This work may require consideration of program requirements,
together with specific variations in or from standardized guidelines. Assignments require (a) a
good working knowledge of the governing supply systems, programs, policies, nomenclature,
work methods, manuals, or other established guidelines; (b) an understanding of the needs of the
organization serviced; and (c) analytical ability to define or recognize the dimension of the
problems involved, to collect the necessary data, to establish the facts, and to take or recommend
action based upon application or interpretation of established guidelines.                Additional
responsibilities include:
 Using manual and/or automated supply systems performs analyses and requirements
    definitions to provide robust logistics support to operations.
 Performing all functions required within an inventory control section to include but not
    limited to, requisition processing, receiving, issuing and storage of supplies and materials in
    support of DIA mission.
 Developing and managing stockage levels using the EOQ method of stocking materials.
 Qualified in storage-operations.-and can define requirements to and maintain stocks in
    support of the mission.
 Ensuring all supplies and equipment are properly issued and accounted for to authorized
    customers in a timely and accurate manner.
 Developing plans and procedures to meet upcoming mission requirements, to include
    developing a list of materials needed to support operations and personnel density based on
    minimum information.
 Developing resource requirements and logistics estimates based on known mission
    requirements.
 Coordinating with service providers, including but not limited to military support activities in
    a Direct Support, General Support or higher echelon of support role, and contract support
    operations.
 Representing the customer in logistical matters as directed and authorized.
 Ensuring timely and adequate support is provided to customers in all areas of logistics
    support. Takes appropriate action to resolve problems in logistics support within assigned
    authorities and reports all matters to the customer for resolution outside assigned/delegated
    authorities.
 Coordinating for transportation of supplies and equipment as necessary.
 Properly disposing of government property as directed, within assigned support channels,
    e.g. DRMO, ensuring the proper documentation is returned to the Accountable Officer to
    support the turn-in/audit trail.
 Competent in customer support and problem resolution within assigned area of responsibility
    (logistics).




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. A Master’s degree
may be substituted for two years of experience.

TDY MISSION READINESS SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The TDY Mission Readiness Specialist will coordinate and execute all pre-Temporary Duty
(TDY) activities to ensure all required actions have been properly completed prior to permitting
personnel to deploy. The TDY Mission Readiness Specialist should have at 2-4 years of
experience in the field. The individual must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and
procedures within a particular field. The TDY Mission Readiness Specialist will rely on
extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

Functional Responsibility
The TDY Mission Readiness Specialist will verify personnel have successfully completed all
requirements including weapons qualification/familiarization; received all required clothing and
equipment, including NBC equipment training; have required identification cards, passports,
visas; contractors have the required Letter of Identification from their parent company; have
required orders assigning them to the mission; required security clearances; proper medical
screening has been completed indicating the person is fit for TDY; the person has received and
passed all required training courses; and other requirements which may be levied during TDY
preparation. The TDY Mission Readiness Specialist’s responsibilities include:
 Ensuring 24-hour organizational emergency notification is documented.
 Possessing broad background in the logistics arena as well as the personnel side of Client’s
    mission, and understand the various TDY requirements applied to civilian, contractors and
    military personnel alike.
 Understanding the interactions between various agencies to ensure all actions are completed
    for deployment actions.
 Knowing the qualifications that personnel must meet prior to TDY and a thorough
    knowledge of the agencies he must coordinate with to meet TDY requirements of Client
    personnel.
 Manage several pre-TDY activities involving numerous personnel at one time.
 Exercising a very high degree of skill resolving very complex or sensitive pre-TDY problems,
    and recommend on the spot improvements to make the TDY process more efficient.
 Coordinating and monitoring the scheduling, pricing, and technical performance of company
    programs.
 Aiding in the negotiation of contracts and contractual changes and coordinating preparations
    of proposals, plans, specifications, and financial conditions of contracts.
 Developing new business and expands product line.
 Ensuring adherence to master plans and schedules.
 Developing solutions to program problems, and directs work of incumbents assigned to
    program from various departments.
 Ensuring projects are completed on time and within budget.
 Acting as advisor to program team regarding projects, tasks, and operations.




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.

TRANSPORTATION MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
The Transportation Manager will apply a mastery of transportation concepts, principles, and
methodology applicable to the client’s transportation program. This includes passenger
movement activities. Employees also use expert knowledge of client’s missions, objectives, and
procedures; the relationship with and support requirements of other program areas in which the
transportation program operates. The Transportation Manager exercises a very high degree of
skill when applying this knowledge to the management of major agency transportation center,
the analysis and resolution of very complex or sensitive transportation problems, and the
implementation of new developments and technology to assigned program areas. The
Transportation Manager will have specific knowledge in the movement of client personnel via
military or commercial airlift. The Transportation Manager should have at least 5-7 years of
experience in the field. They will be knowledgeable of program operations to identify and define
requirements and in using automated systems for passenger booking purposes. The
Transportation Manager will have background in contract methodology for the procurement of
specific transportation services.

Functional Responsibility
The Transportation Manager’s responsibilities include:
 Provide advisory services to operating program managers on transportation program
   requirements, capabilities, policies, and procedures in addition to be able to analyze and
   evaluate effectiveness of shipment and transportation programs involving client’s passengers
   and recommend alternative strategies to improve efficiency and economy of operations.
 Develop criteria and methodology for forecasting and scheduling passenger movements for
   the client.
 Analyze and evaluate legislative and regulatory proposals for potential impact on client’s
   transportation programs, recommend revisions, and prepare implementing guidance.
 Review and analyze the terms of contracts to determine the most effective arrangements for
   transporting client personnel.
 Arrange commercial airline reservations through the Agency’s Commercial Travel Office
   (CTO) and interface with Agency Travel Office and other government organizations for
   transporting personnel via military airlift, as required.
 Manage the ordering and distribution of products, parts, and accessories.
 Ensure timely deliveries to maximize sales.
 Maintain contact with retailers on product delivery and with the merchandising department
   on the receiving of products.
 Knowledge base of the transportation requirements and systems for specific geographic areas
   in the Continental United States as well as international.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelor's degree in a related area. A Master’s degree may be
substituted for two years of experience.


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WAREHOUSE SPECIALIST
Minimum/General Experience
The Warehouse Technician must have at least eight years experience of which four must be
specialized in related field.

Functional Responsibility
Responsible for the physical custody and accuracy of inventory records for component items,
assemblies, and/or finished goods within a manufacturing facility. The Warehouse Technician
must be able to:
 Manage the supervisors of individual stockrooms.
 Track and control materials through the production process.
 Coordinate with production control, purchasing, stores and manufacturing to ensure the
    timely ordering and stocking of proper levels of inventory to meet production requirements.
 Be responsible for the employment, training, employee motivation and discipline of
    assignment employees.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a high school diploma or equivalent. The individual may have to
complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in Material Handling Equipment.

WEAPONS INSTRUCTOR/CENTAL ISSUE FACILITY STAFF
Minimum/General Experience
The Weapons/Instructor/Central Issue Facility Staff will have at least two to four years proven
and demonstrated experiences in the teaching of Small arms and logistics/supply support.

Functional Responsibility
The Weapons/Instructor/Central Issue Facility Staff is responsible for:
   Preparation and instructing of the appropriate course material to all students allocated in
    accordance with approved syllabuses and Training Directives
   Preparation of lesson plans, lectures, class work and practical work in accordance with the
    approved syllabus.
   Instructing students together with the appropriate management of teaching resources,
    records and accommodation.
   Instructing by oral, visual and other means of all students allocated.
   Duties, ancillary to instruction, if deemed necessary.
   Proposing and where possible, preparing teaching aids, training devices, drops, charts and
    models and if necessary, assisting with technical assistance in the preparation of such aids.
   Advising through periodic reports on the rate of development of each student.
   Maintaining equipment stores and training aids to include maintaining technical literature
    appropriate to relevant subject
   Enforcing good workshop safety and engineering practices including the use of the correct
    tools, equipment, safety devices and protective clothing.
   Keeping up to date by personal study in the matter of new equipment, new techniques, new
    tools and materials etc. relevant to trade, craft or subject.
   Inspecting completed work for accuracy and compliance with established procedures.


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   Receiving, inspecting, inventorying, loading, unloading, storing, delivering and turning in
    organization and installation supplies and equipment.
   Operating unit level computers.
   Preparing all unit/organizational supply documents.
   Maintaining automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation
    supplies and equipment.
   Performing inventory and financial management procedures, including ordering, receiving
    and storing supplies.
   Locating and cataloging stock.
   Performing or supervising inventory management, storage and preservation.
   Performing quality control, property management and repair parts management.
   Selecting the correct stock for issue.
   Loading, unloading and moving stock using equipment such as forklifts and hand trucks.
   Keeping records on incoming and outgoing stock.
   Coordinating supply activities.
   Reviewing and annotating changes to unit material condition status report.
   Posting transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting
    transaction files.
   Determining method of obtaining relief from responsibility for lost, damaged and destroyed
    supply items.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate’s degree or documented expertise in the field of
instruction. A Bachelor’s degree may be substituted for two years of experience. The individual
may be required to meet certain certifications in Small Arms Instruction from Military or
Civilian Equivalents.

WEAPONS PROGRAM MANAGER
Minimum/General Experience
As a key technical interface to the client, the Weapons Program Manager must have experience
with weapons prime contractors. Familiarity with weapons design, products, integration, and
concept of operations (CONOPs) is also mandatory. Demonstrated systems/platform expertise
with targeting, guidance, weapons telemetry data/data link communications, controls, and/or
mission is a plus.

The Weapons Program Manager will have 5 years demonstrated experience in proactively
leading engineering teams, and works with program managers and engineering leads to develop
execution plans for high complexity projects with primary execution responsibilities - ensuring
projects remain within budget and on schedule while meeting program requirements. The
Weapons Program Manager must have demonstrated successful execution of integrated project
management, technical consistent process, earned value, and risk management on multiple
projects programs as implications of actions and decisions have major impact on the business
financials. Creating the WBS, the Weapons Program Manager coordinates bid inputs for the
entire engineering bid team and may lead proposal efforts. The Weapons Program Manager
tracks, reports, and analyzes earned value metrics as required to understand program
performance and must be able to analyze data and determine appropriate actions to correct real


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problems before they impact overall project performance. As a result, the ability to understand
both technical and programmatic impacts is essential.

Functional Responsibility
The Weapons Program Manager responsibilities include:
 Consistent effort to provide quality results focused on the bottom-line.
 Making quick and well-informed decisions, even under high pressure situations.
 Developing strategic plans aligned with policies, budgets and include several contingency
   plans in the event plans do not progress as anticipated.
 Displaying sensitivity and awareness of how actions affect customers and coworkers.
 Making recommendations for ways to capitalize on the organization's competitive strengths.
 Remaining even-keeled, even in the most demanding of situations.
 Providing a logical, in-depth analysis of a problem or situation including the ability to
   perform system requirements analysis, trade-off analysis, design and certification.
 Taking personal initiative to proactively serve as team motivator creating strong morale and
   synergy.
 Ensuring information has been received and accurately understood by all parties.
 Providing customers with quality experiences, establishing and maintaining effective
   relationships.

Minimum Education
The individual shall possess a Bachelors Degree in a related area. A Masters Degree may be
substituted for experience, at the discretion of the client.

WEB DESIGNER
Minimum/General Experience
The Web Designer must have hands-on computer and internet experience; web development
proficiency; and programming skills. Experience with SHAREPOINT essential. Extensive
knowledge of HTML, DHTML, CSS, PHP, ASP, JavaScript, AJAX, XML, PERL (CGI),
cookies, MySQL, MSSQL, Access, Oracle 81, Photoshop, version control systems;
Dreamweaver and Six Apart's Movable Type and related content management systems, along
with Search Engine Optimization techniques and analytic tracking methods. Experience with
various shopping cart back-ends for E-Commerce applications, Graphic design and Photo
editing, and Analysis/Design Methodologies: UML, OOAD, Unified Modeling Process.
Comfortable with Quark Xpress, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Photoshop, Joomla, and JavaScript.
Close follower of Web 2.0 developments.

Functional Responsibility
The Web Designer responsibilities include:
 Thorough grasp of cross-platform cross-browser compatibility issues and code optimization.
 Comprehensive internet background including e-mail, ftp telnet, and most UNIX shells.
 Strong personal skills including focused listening, logical thinking, and working in a high-
   pressure team-oriented environment.
 Rapidly adapting to new technologies, standards, and ideas.




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Minimum Education
The individual shall possess an Associate's degree in a related area. A Bachelor’s degree may be
substituted for experience.




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