Vinnell Arabia

  • FMS Support Specialist

    Location SA-Riyadh
    Logistics and Maintenance Training
  • Overview

    Administer Contractor involvement in the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. Monitor the United States (U.S.) military supply system performance and provides status for materiel acquired through FMS. Manage an automated accounting and reporting system. Conduct analysis of data in the system to track requisition and transportation status and detect and resolve discrepancies. Administer Repair and Return (R&R) Programs and Supply Discrepancy Report (SDR) management assistance.

    A. Duties/responsibilities:

    1. Conduct surveillance of the automated FMS database to evaluate the total performance of the FMS materiel tracking system. Measures the system's ability to meet jobsite requirements.
    2. Ensure maximum use is made of the files in the system and in cases where the system does not meet requirements, recommends alternate programs to provide supply management data.
    3. Monitor the flow of FMS acquired materiel through each segment of the purchase and shipping process to furnish supply and transportation progress of a requisition.
    4. Design automated reports to serve as the basis for higher management action, spotlights discrepant and potentially discrepant conditions and recommends actions necessary for resolution.
    5. Maintain liaison with United States Army Security Assistance Command (USASAC), Program Management-Light Armored Vehicles (PM-LAV) and other Continental U.S. (CONUS) installations to keep the jobsite data base current.
    6. Furnishes the CONUS Freight Forwarder with reconciliation data to keep their data base current.
    7. Maintain the automated files required to compile statistics to prepare recurrent and specialized reports including demand history, transaction history, and FMS case status.
    8. Perform other mission-related tasks as directed and as required

    B. Independence: Works under the general supervision of the Supervisor FMS Case Management.   Performs with a significant choice of methods       within broadly defined objectives. Frequently develops methods to achieve desired results.


    C. Supervisory Responsibilities: One FMS Support Specialist



    A. Education Level: Associate degree. Work experience and job performance may be substituted

    B. Experience: Ten years’ experience in materiel management.  Experience managing a U.S. military stock activity desired.

    C. Specific knowledge, skill, ability requirement: Must be able to operate a personal computer.  Must be proficient in written and oral communication.


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