Vinnell Arabia

Manager, Signal Warehouse Operations

Location SA-Riyadh
ID
2018-2655
Category
Logistics and Maintenance Training

Overview

Train and advise MNG Signal Maintenance Supply Unit (MSU) to develop and implement effective and efficient warehouse management operations. In conjunction with OPM-MNG Signal Advisory Team, assist and mentor MNG MSU Signal staff efforts to standardize processes in the areas of logistics management, automated logistics, warehouse, and repair parts management. Complete all internal and external management reports and foster continuous process improvement in all support efforts.

A. Duties/Responsibilities:

  1. Develop and/or refine Class VII and Class IX SOPs in preparation for cyclic review.
  2. Provide or coordinate pertinent supply training to MNG Signal units and staffs to include:
  3. Train and guide MSU in the determination of MNG Signal requirements, coordinate requirements with the United States Government, maintain in transit visibility and upon receipt, facilitate the transfer of Signal items to the MSU.
  4. Train and guide MSU in developing materiel management procedures, and readiness reporting procedures.
  5. Train and guide MSU response to "dead lining" repair parts and equipment requirements.
  6. Train and guide the efforts of developing Standard Operating Procedures on warehouse management.
  7. Train and guide MSU in catalog management procedures, and how to establish and maintain stockage levels.
  8. Train and guide MSU in attaining an acceptable level of quality data input to Automated Logistics System, by providing management reviews utilizing both routine and special ALS generated reports. (When automation systems available)
  9. Provide guidance and develop recommended solutions to address MNG Signal units repair parts and Line Replaceable Units resource shortfalls.
  10. Travel to Eastern and Western Regions as directed by OPM SANG Signal Adviser to inspect warehouse supply operations as required; primary job site at MNG MSU.

B. Independence: Operates under the general supervision of the LTD Manager. Makes decisions in the absence of specific guidance.

 

C. Supervisor Responsibilities: Supervises two Senior Trainers; one Chief Interpreter/Translator; and one assistant trainer signal.

Qualifications

A. Education Level: Associate or Bachelor's degree desired. Military career course graduate of NCO/Officer Advanced Course is desired, equivalent civilian or military experience may be substituted for education and formal military training.

 

B. Experience: Ten or more years of experience in military or civilian logistics workforce with emphasis on planning, operations, and training management in a supply and maintenance environment. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted. Quartermaster Warrant Officer/Senior NCO with assignment history focusing on supply operations at Battalion/Brigade level or higher is preferred. Equivalent civilian experience may be acceptable.

 

C. Specific knowledge, skill, and abilities: Demonstrated knowledge of current US Army logistics and maintenance operations management including tactical, technical, and strategic staff planning. Ability to communicate both written and verbal; ability to deal with people, especially of senior ranking officials; must be computer literate and proficient in the use of database and spreadsheet applications; must possess a valid driving license.

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