The Logistics Operations Manager DMC/Supply and Services/Mortuary Affairs position shall:
Manage a distribution/logistical operation, and synchronize the operations of all material, supply and movement management for ongoing logistical or sustainment operations within the Supply and Services. The Log Ops contractor assists in Supply and Services/ Mortuary Affairs maintaining situational awareness, internal support operations coordination, and coordination exchange and coordination with external organizations and agencies.
Maintain combat service support situational awareness through all means of information systems, Responsible for assisting the Theater Mortuary Affairs Office (TMAO) in all daily operations to include tracking and reporting the status of remains for the Afghan theater, in the Mortuary Affairs Reporting and Tracking System (MARTS), Single Mobility System (SMS) and Radio Frequency Identification Tag in Transit Visibility Tracking System (RFIDITV).
Assist in the development, establishment, implementation, and monitoring of local and theater policies and procedures concerning distribution The Log Ops contractor does not establish theater priorities, but facilitates establishment.
Maintain continuous liaison with other staff directorates, contractors, and commands within the
Maintain uninterrupted operations of material flow and other goods to support the commander's intent, before, during and after any type of military operations within the theaters area of Maintain situational awareness and reports. Contractor does not make decisions or direct actions that directly influence operations.
Prepare distribution integration operational products, briefings and reports. These are locally generated reports and briefings associated with logistical or sustainment functions related to ongoing operations. Manage the production and consolidation of logistics operations and information products for internal use by support operations, 1st TSC or to provide to external organizations/agencies.
Assist the TMAO with different organizations to provide transportation of remains and personal effects within and from the Theater AO, to include Alternate Processing and Correlations Center and Tanker Airlift Control Center (APCC/TACC).
Assist the Theater Mortuary Affairs Officer to research solutions to assist units to resolve problems concerning Mortuary affairs to include but not limited to receiving, safeguarding, processing and expeditious evacuation of human remains and personal effects of fallen soldiers, Coalition forces and Contractors and the roles and responsibilities of Summary Courts Martial Officers as it relates to the processing and shipping of Personal
Distribute and synchronize information collection and preparation across the DMC
Assist the TMAO with providing close coordination with MACP's and TMEP to procure and maintain required supply
Receive, interpret, and make disposition (internal to 1st TSC) of Commander's Critical Information Requirement (CCIR) reports and Serious Incident Reports (SIR). Prepares and forwards approved CCIR and SIR reports external to 1st TSC as directed by the Supply and Services
Accomplish tasks and develop products supporting the mission of the Supply and Mortuary Affairs and support operations section as requested by the Supply and Services, the Support Operations Officer, Deputy Support Operations Officer, and the Distribution Management Center Gather and compile information and data as required from the support operations section, information systems and external organizations and agencies completing required tasks and products. These systems utilize satellite tracking capabilities for monitoring equipment and convoy movement along their routes for situational awareness.
Logistics operations should be performed IAW, but not limited to the following regulatory/doctrinal standards: FM 3-0 (Operations, February 2008), 4-0 (Combat Service Support), FM 4-93.4 (Theater Support Command),FM 5-0 (Army Planning and Orders Production), FM 6-0 (Mission Command: Command and Control of Army Forces), Modular Force Logistics Concept (MLFC) version 6,CENTCOM Regulations, 638 - 1, 638-2, FM 4-20.64 & current ARCENT and TSC
Screen all incoming message traffic, copying messages of interest, and providing a copy to the TMAO and
Coordinate and synchronize the DMC/Supply and Services/Mortuary Affairs maintaining awareness of the distribution systems and acting as the “fusion center” of information within the Supply and Services Branch, in close cooperation with the supply and services branch.
A BS or BA degree from an accredited college or university in Business Management, Political Science, Logistics management or Computer Science or related field.
Minimum Requirements: Minimum of two (2) years of experience working in combined (i.e., multi-national) joint military and Government interagency organizations.
Experience working on classified networks and interfacing with military staffs.
Experience with DOD supply management and/or distribution management and systems; knowledge of army and other automation systems.
Experience with computer software/office applications and logistics operations.
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