Lead and supervise planning, coordinating, instructing, evaluating and advising Program of Instruction for Multi-functional Logistics (S-4) and Sustainment, including healthcare operations and logistics. Supervise/Leads section consisting of 02 Saudi Asst. Trainers/ Interpreter/ Translators responsible for coordinating and resolving issues concerning conduct of overall organizational functional logistics/sustainment 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 programs. Manage and maintains readiness assessment data that documents and supports unit progress. Train, coach, and assists with in-depth analysis of the entire healthcare sustainment system/process from unit-level to MNG corporate-level. Provides subject matter expertise in multi-functional logistics programs and medical operations, to include disaster management. Provides program/project management of the National Guard Health Affairs system-wide material management information system / modernization program (e.g. ORACLE or system of choice). Performs tactical-level medical operations duties as required. Maintains current medical logistics credentialing and expertise by attending professional training and/or conferences as required.
B. Independence: Reports to Manager, MTB; Performs within broad range of objectives with choice of methods to achieve desired results.
C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises trainers and assistant trainers as assigned. May also supervise other trainers as attached or directed by the Manager, Health Affairs Division.
A. Education: BS in Education, Health Care Management, Logistics or related fields. Graduate of Command and General Staff College or Service equivalent. Medical Service Corps Field Grade Officer (70K) with AMEDD Captains Career Course or Service level equivalent school graduate.
B. Experience: Ten (10) years of progressive experience in U.S. Military at Brigade or higher level, to include time as a Medical Company Commander, and command/staff medical logistics 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 Service 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 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.