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.
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.