Sep 17, 2016

ANASOC School Of Excellence SFQC S4 Trainer

Employer: Engility
Location: Afghanistan

About Engility:
Engility delivers innovative solutions to critical challenges facing the nation and the world. As a premier provider of integrated services for the U.S. government, we support the Department of Defense, intelligence community, space communities, federal civilian agencies and international customers. Engility is dedicated to making lives better, safer and more secure.

The primary goal of this program is to provide subject matter expertise and training support to assist Combined
Security Transition Command Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and NATO Special Operations Component Command-Afghanistan (NSOCC-A) through Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (SOTF-A) and Afghan National Army Special Operations Command-Special Operations Advisory Group (ANASOC-SOAG), in the execution of their mission.  The mission is to train ANASOC units to perform their duties and responsibilities independent of Coalition assistance.

The S4 Trainer shall train their counterpart in-conjunction on the following tasks:

Advise the ANASOC S4 on logistics matters that affect the accomplishment of their units missions and execute ANA Fielded Forces logistic policies; monitor critical classes of supply support, local procurement and allocates facilities and Logistics resources available to ANASOC; monitor transportation movement requirements within the ANASOC formation and assesses logistics capabilities and limitations of their units; conduct battlefield resupply; maintain Class VII Property Book management and oversight for the KDKs and coordinate maintenance and recovery operations; coordinate with the ANASOC Cultural and Religious Chief for the retrograde and return of remains; identify logistics requirements for contracting and request contracts; be responsible for oversight, management and execution of material accountability at the lower levels IAW Decree 4.0

Conduct property management procedures IAW Decree 4.2; follow basic policies and procedures applicable to property book accountability, Modified Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) items, and Operational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE), and MoD supply.

Perform property accounting requirements, account for all property on property books; conduct proper transfer of accountability procedures for property book items; prepare property book records/pages; organize property book records; correct entries to property book pages; remake property book pages; file property book pages; maintain document files; account for Information Management Processing Equipment (IMPE) on property book records; perform administrative adjustment report; perform inventory requirements and procedures; record all weapons and major equipment belonging to the unit; perform, consolidate, and submit monthly sensitive items, explosives, and hazardous items reports; conduct receipt of property inventory; conduct annual-monthly 100% (cyclic) physical inventory, report inventory discrepancies, and conduct causative research for these discrepancies, prepare and process MoD Form 4949 Administrative Adjustment Report (AAR) to correct differences in makes, models, sizes, or serial numbers as outlined in Chapter 3 Decree 4.2; adjust MoD Form 2062 Property or Sub-Property Receipt and property receipt shortage annexes; complete MoD inventory requests using MoD Form 3646; perform turn-in of supplies and equipment; perform transfer of supplies and equipment; conduct property transfers; prepare Delegation of Authority (Decree 4.2, 4); validate Delegation of Authority card annually, or upon change of commander, or designated individuals change; prepare Request for Supplies and Equipment (Decree 4.2, 5), perform Receipt of Supplies and Equipment (Decree 4.2, 5-9), perform general accounting for expendable equipment and supplies (Decree 4.2, 6), assign responsibility for supplies and equipment (Decree 4.2, 7.2), management of property by use of an inventory list, perform temporary hand receipt procedures, perform actions to protect government materiel (Decree 4.2, 12), conduct materiel investigation (Decree 4.2, 13), perform process for managing OCIE (Decree 4.2, 11), prepare and keep all bulk OCIE on hand or on order, conduct change of PBO inventory (Decree 4.2, 10-4), conduct annual property book officer inventory when required.

Before the selected individual is deployed he/she understands he/she will be processed through an Individual Deployment Site/CONUS Replacement Center (IDS/CRC).

 Prior to deployments individual will read, and thoroughly understand the terms and conditions which he/she will be deployed and the expected field environment
Possesses strong interpersonal communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with peers, direct reports, and supervisors at all times

Applicants must be able to pass CENTCOM medical, dental and other CRC-related deployment requirements at an approved CRC.  Applicants must be in possession of a current/active US tourist Passport (with further eligibility to receive – if not already in possession of – a current Afghanistan visa).  If candidate is already deployed, he/she must supply appropriate documentation satisfying these requirements along with confirmation that he/she is in physical possession of government-issued PPE to demonstrate compliance with CENTCOM deployment requirements

Willing to work and live in Afghanistan and understand they can be further assigned to any location in Afghanistan based upon the needs of the U.S. Government

Willingness to work in hostile areas without a weapon

Willingness to deploy and live on forward operating bases without regular U.S. Post/Base Exchange and Commissary facilities

Required Qualifications:

Minimum of three years’ experience mentoring/training and advising within Afghanistan and/or Muslim environment.

Must have a current DoD Secret security clearance.

Supports the SOE Lead Trainer/Lead in mentoring, training and advising the ANASOC SOE Command, his staff and the training cadre in their daily battle rhythm in sustainment of the division and its assigned special operations units.

Other duties as assigned by Program management.

Desired Qualifications:

Operational OEF experience
Special Operations experience
Experience training  supply and logistics TTPs in Afghanistan

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