Vinnell Arabia

  • Supervisor, Leader Development & Logistics

    Location SA-Riyadh
    Health Care Training
  • Overview

    Responsible for planning, coordinating, instructing, evaluating and advising on all aspects of Medical Leadership and Sustainment Operations training.  Leads section consisting of 03 Saudi Asst. Trainers/ Interpreter/ Translators responsible for coordinating and resolving issues concerning conduct of overall organizational functional logistics/sustainment/operations training program(s). Responsible for assisting Military Field Medical Command (MFMC) and Ministry of National Guard (MNG)-wide Units in developing, monitoring, and maintaining sustainable and functional logistics and operations training programs. Manage and maintains readiness assessment data that documents and supports unit progress. Provides subject matter expertise in medical logistics and operations programs.  Provides operational medical planning, intelligence and disaster management training events for MNG customers.  Trains, coaches, and assists the MFMC and its subordinate elements in development, implementation and sustainment of a command staff assistance program.  Serves as Deputy to the Medical Training Branch Manager and assumes the position in his absence.

    A. Duties/Responsibilities:

    1. Leads training on Tactical, Operational and Strategic level Operations and Logistics Efforts; Supervise development and execution of MNG logistics and operations training in support of the PWS.
    2. Trains, coaches and mentors during the development of training plans and programs for the MFMC and its subordinate units.
    3. Trains, coaches and mentors other medical/non-medical units assigned to the MNG as required and directed by Manager, MTB.
    4. Integrates and monitors execution of the system-wide medical material management information system / logistics modernization program (e.g. ORACLE or SAP) within the MFMC and National Guard Health Affairs.
    5. Provides medical logistics/operational training on disaster management plans in accordance with MNG Doctrine.
    6. Serves as point of contact for external training support for medical assistance program activities, such as Readiness Assessments.
    7. Coordinates with other MTB and HAD personnel to integrate Training Assistance Teams with New Equipment Training, New Organization Training, Field Training and Training Assessment Activities.
    8. Monitors effectiveness indicators of unit sustainment training programs and recommends action to correct shortcomings or deficiencies.
    9. Responsible to the MTB Manager for the development of system efficiencies of military training development, required curriculum development, compliance with performance plan and coordinating sections objectives.
    10. Provides training assistance to MNG Health Affairs organizations, as directed.
    11. Ensures that training activities comply with current MNG doctrine, policies, and procedures and are executed in accordance with contractual obligations.
    12. Ensures current US doctrine is available for integration into modernization program training, publications, and policies.
    13. Ensures training programs and recommendations focus on USG guidelines for individual training, material readiness, staff coordination, planning and reporting, military education, and collective training.
    14. Trains, coaches, and assists MFMC principals in supply and equipment acquisition, resource forecasting, budget development, and related management processes.
    15. Performs other duties as required or assigned.

    B.I ndependence: Reports to Manager, MTB; Performs within broad range of objectives with choice of approved methods to achieve desired results.


    C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises trainers and assistant trainers as assigned.  May supervise other trainers as attached or directed by the Manager, MTB.


    A. Education: BS degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Candidate must be a Graduate of Command and General Staff College, ILE or Service equivalent.


    B. Experience: Ten (10) years of progressive logistics and operations experience in U.S. Military at Brigade or higher level, to include time as a Medical Company Commander, and command/staff experience.


    C. Specific knowledge, skill, and ability requirements: Extensive knowledge and working experience with U.S. Army Combat Health Logistics; Must possess a thorough knowledge and understanding of Combat Health Support doctrine, tactics, and techniques.  Must be knowledgeable of the continuum of health care from the point of injury to fixed treatment facilities.  Must have a strong knowledge of the Military Decision Making Process.  Must have the ability to express thoughts/concepts clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.  Must possess a working knowledge of U.S. Military Systems Approach Training to include instructional techniques and procedures. Must be proficient in MS Office suite.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.


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