Help Duties Summary
Opened Area(s) of Consideration: 1, 2
DEFINITION OF AREA(S) OF CONSIDERATION:
Area 1 - AKNG permanent or indefinite technicians, AK AGR and Traditional members currently employed with the Alaska Army or Air National Guard.
Area 2 - All other current military members who are eligible to join the Alaska Army National Guard.
Selecting Supervisor: Christina McCann
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Reviews, analyzes, and interprets logistical directives and procedural instructions, to include internal controls from higher authority, and recommends local policy and procedures for the Division.
Recommends substantial changes in technical, operational, and clerical procedures as appropriate.
Performs extensive research, comprehensive analysis, and applies sound judgment in recommending resolution to major logistical problems, changing local policy, or assigning responsibility for projects to subordinate branches. Coordinates the activities of the Division with other functional area managers to correct problems, evaluate readiness, or perform complex logistical studies. Reviews results of property book validations, and external evaluations to determine systemic problems.
Develops and recommends corrective action to systemic problems. Coordinates with the National Inventory Control Points (NICP), National Guard Bureau (NGB), Department of the Army (DA), Department of Defense (DOD), etc., to ensure effective and efficient support to the State. Provides functional analysis of automated support requirements.
Investigates and analyzes a variety of supply problems, questions, or conditions related to fielded automated logistic systems. Recommends Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs) to modify, change, or enhance applicable logistics programs in Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS). Participates in ensuring automated logistical systems adequately support logistical functional requirements to manage the supply support activity. Provides functional requirements to the Director of Information Management (DOIM). Incumbent is responsible for coordination, implementation, and evaluation of the Division's responsibilities in the Army's Management Control Program, to include internally supplemented controls.
Keeps supervisor advised on current status of management control issues within the Division. Provides recommendations on material weaknesses corrections. Assists subordinate branches within the Division in establishing local procedures.
Reviews logistical reports and recommends action to ensure overall effectiveness. Advises on available sources of personnel, funds, and facilities for the operation of the Supply and Services Division. Analyzes logistical functions for potential improvement and recommends action to correct deficiencies.
Monitors follow-up action on audits, evaluations, and inspection reports. Evaluates the effect of new supply and services programs on funding requirements and develops or participates in the development of justification for budget submission/modification. Assists in the preparation of the State Operating Budget SOB) and financial programs in the Division.
Reviews all funding documents such as MIPRs, MILSTRIP, etc., to determine adequacy of program support. Coordinates with Division program managers on funding allocation and expenditures. Reviews and analyzes unliquidated obligations and funding reservations.
Analyzes financial reports for abnormal conditions or trends. Develops recommendations for corrective action. In conjunction with customer assistance, incumbent acts as a focal point of contact for systemic logistical issues within the Supply and Services Division and between the Supply and Services Division and customers.
Incumbent resolves all issues and keeps the Supervisor informed. Responsible for the work of assigned personnel. Performs the supervisory and managerial responsibilities.
Assigns work to functional staff members in accordance with established organization mission and functions, workload fluctuations and personnel availability. Defines and interprets governing policies, procedures and regulations. Provides financial advice and renders decisions on major problems.
Reviews operating procedures and policies with respect to the desired performance objectives of management. Advises management of operating areas at risk of not achieving desired performance and recommends corrective actions. Develops or directs the development of new or changed internal operating procedures and instructions.. Assigns and reviews work daily, weekly or monthly; ensures production and accuracy requirements are met; approves leave; and recommends performance standards and ratings.
Plans work to be accomplished by subordinates, sets and adjust short-term priorities and prepares schedules for completion of work. Assigns duties to subordinates based on priorities, selective consideration of the difficulty and requirements of assignments and capabilities of employees. Advises, counsels or instructs the employees on both work and administrative matters.
Interviews candidates for vacant positions and recommends appointments, promotions, or reassignments to such positions. Hears and resolves complaints from employees referring group grievances and more serious unresolved complaints to a higher-level supervisor or manager. Performs other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - Training, TDY's, etc...
Job family (Series)
2003 Supply Program Management
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
Alaska Army National Guard membership is required.
Males born after 31 December 1959 must be registered for Selective Service.
Federal employment suitability as determined by a background investigation.
May be required to successfully complete a probationary period.
U.S. Citizenship and Secret Clearance is required.
Bargaining Unit: Non- Bargaining
APPOINTMENT FACTORS: Excepted/Officer/Warrant Officer/Enlisted in the Alaska Army National Guard.
MILITARY GRADE REQUIREMENT: Due to the nature of this position, the minimum military grade is Sergeant First Class (SFC/E7) and the maximum military grade is Captain (CPT/O3), to include Warrant Officers.
GENERAL EXPERIENCE is experience, education, or training which has provided the applicant with a general knowledge of one or more aspects of the supply field. Experience using computer and automation systems.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE is experience which is directly related to the position to be filled and which has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the duties of this position.
GS-11, Must have at least 36 months experience, education, or training supervising and/or managing supply personnel and a variety of supply functions. Knowledge on the entire inventory management supply system.
Experience coordinating with other organizations on complex and controversial supply issues. Experience providing advice and guidance on supply regulations to upper levels of management regarding supply functions.
Length of time is not of itself qualifying. Your experience will be evaluated on the basis of duties performed. Your record of experience and/or training must show possession of the following knowledge, skills and abilities needed to fully perform the duties of the position:
Knowledge of a broad range of supply program relationships to analyze procedures, services, directives, and management of the Division for resolving major problems, establishing, or revising local policy, and coordinating the work of the Division with other organizations.
Ability to communicate succinctly orally and in writing.
Knowledge of the current supply management system to ensure that the system adequately supports logistical functional requirements.
Knowledge of budget and financial management programs to evaluate the effect of new programs on funding requirements and direct the formulation of justification for budget revision.
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