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92A Automated Logistical Specialist Duty Descriptions


92A4 Platoon SGT/Material Control Supervisor
Serves as the Sustainment Platoon Sergeant and Material Control Supervisor for a _______________________, in a Multi-Class II, IV, VII, and IX Supply Support Activity (SSA), in support of ___________; advises platoon leader on training and care of Soldiers; assists the accountable officer in managing a _____ Authorized Stockage Listing (ASL) valued at $_,___,___million; responsible for the health, welfare, training, discipline, and morale of 53 Paratroopers; accountable for 13 automation workstations, nine shipping containers, four forklifts, two M129A4 vans, two satellites, and one TMP valued in excess of $3.1 million.


Supply Accounting Supervisor
Served as the Supply Accounting Supervisor in support of a Special Forces unit; served as Standard Army Maintenance System-2 Enhanced manager; responsible for resolving all AHO-026 maintenance issues within the Group; interfaced directly with all levels of repair and provide guidance to all units on maintenance related matters; ensured the accuracy of maintenance tracking data; responsible for the monthly accuracy and timely submittal of Army Materiel Status System (AMSS); directly responsible for the health, welfare, morale, and training of two Soldiers; accountable for two STAMIS systems, one HMMWV, and lawn equipment in excess of $185,000.


Materiel Supply Sergeant
Serves as the BN's Materiel Supply Sergeant in a Special Forces Support Battalion prepared to deploy and conduct special operations throughout the USCENTCOM AOR; responsible for maintaining 402 lines of Authorized Stockage List (ASL) valued in excess of $636,000; specializes in unit level maintenance administrative data entry using the Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced (SAMSE); provides logistical support to 21 customers throughout the Group; prepares daily, weekly, and monthly reports sent to higher headquarters; responsible for the health, welfare, training, and employment of three noncommissioned officers and two Soldiers.


Plate Exchange Services NCO
Serves as Plate Exchange Services NCO at Manas Plate Carrier Collection Point (PCCP) Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in support of (ISO) Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF); responsible for the execution of day to day operations and ensuring all Soldiers deploying ISO OEF are equipped with serviceable ESAPI plates and Protective Over Garments (POG); supervises the collection of all light weight plate carriers from Soldiers redeploying from Afghanistan; responsible for sending all unserviceable equipment to Sierra Army Depot; responsible for training, leadership development, health, morale, and welfare of three Soldiers.


92A00 (Operations Officer)
Provide command and control of the Class I and general supply, Class V, Class IX of the supply platoon. Manage the distribution supply Classes I, II, III(P), V, VII, and IX to the brigade. Provide Class I, II, III(P), and IV support to brigade. Supervises field ration issue points for Class I for members of BSA and coordinates for Class I distribution to FSCs. Oversees the management and accountability of ASLs for Classes II, III(P), and IX ; facilitates the receipt and issue of Class VII as required. Coordinates the exchange for reparable items. Maintains supply STAMIS (SARSS or GCSS-A). In conjunction with the transportation platoon, coordinates Class V distribution to battalions in the IBCT. Additional duties include


92A30
Serves as the Supply Support Activity (SSA) and Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) NCO in support of a Special Forces Group (Airborne) consisting of over 2100 personnel; responsible for maintaining 502 lines of Authorized Stockage List (ASL) valued in excess of $380,000 and 40 lines of OCIE valued in excess of $21 million; provides logistical support to 68 customers throughout the group; responsible for the health, welfare, training, and employment of seven Soldiers and four civilians.





92A20 Automated Logistics NCOIC
Serves as the Automated Logistics NCOIC for a Sapper company, dealing with the coordination and consolidation of the class IX supply items; turns in excess parts and receives class IX items; compiles equipment readiness reports; establishes and maintain operations records; responsible for tracking and maintaining records for over 1,000 prices of equipment. Specializing in unit level Maintenance Administrative data entry using the Standard Army Maintenance System Enhanced (SAMSE) computer. Responsible for training, development, counseling and welfare of 3 Soldiers.


92A20
Provides technical guidance to lower graded personnel. Ensures that inventories and location surveys are performed in accordance with established procedures. Instructs warehouse personnel in loading, unloading, segregation, dunnage , palletizing, and selection of stock and storage areas. Performs property disposal storage functions. Ensures application of special procedures for handling, storing, packaging and shipping retrograde material. Retrieves and analyzes history and activity files pertinent to system rejected documents.


92A Logistics Liaison NCOIC
Serves as the Logistics Liaison NCOIC for 4-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team; responsible to coordinate and foster a positive working relationship with personnel and assets with General Dynamics Land Systems Stryker(GDLSS), and multiple supporting agencies throught Fort Lewis, and the Iraq theatre of operations; provides expeditious receipt and push of class II,III(P),IV,VII,XI; provides technical support and training on parts requisiting and status update and follow ups; maintains Brigade statistics of Ground Support and Weapons systems for monthly AMSS reporting; provide constant situational awareness of all 4-2 SBCT support operations being conducted in Balad, Iraq.


92A40 Storage Issues Supervisor
Performs duties shown at preceding level of skills and provides technical guidance to lower graded personnel. Ensures that inventories and location surveys are performed in accordance with established procedures. Instructs warehouse personnel in loading, unloading segregation, dunnage, palletizing and selection of stock and storage areas. Performs property disposal storage functions. Ensures application of special procedures for handling, storage, packaging and shipping retrograde material. Schedules all MHE, Environmental and Safety Training.


92A20: PLL/TAMMS NCOIC
Performs duties of an automated logistical specialist of Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 2d Infantry Division Artillery, forward deployed in the Republic of Korea; responsible for training, development, counseling and welfare of 2 Soldiers and 1 Korean Soldier; manages and maintains 45 lines of Prescribed load list ; turns in excess parts and receives class IX items; compiles equipment readiness reports; establishes and maintain operations records; responsible for over $112,000 worth of equipment.


92A402S Operations NCO at a Sustainment higher HQ (ESC, RSG, ASG, Sustainment Brigade)
Review all incoming OPORD, WARNO, and Taskers for taskings to the command, and input into the OPORD and Admin Tasker matrices for tracking; coordinate w/ higher HQ on current orders and status, and coordinate w/ Comand Group and staff for all staff suspenses . Write, review, and publish OPORD, WARNO, and FRAGO to downtrace units. Manage and coordinate current operations processes and procedures. Process RFI's to and from higher headquarters and downtrace.


92A Materiel Management Supervisor
Serves as the Materiel Management Supervisor in a Multi-Class II, IV, and IX Supply Support Activity for Alpha Company, 703d Brigade Support Battalion; responsible for the health, morale and welfare of three Noncommissioned Officers, and eight Soldiers; assists the accountable officer in managing 2,200 Authorized Stockage Lines (ASL) valued at $14 million; accountable for two Standard Army Management Information systems (STAMIS), three 10k forklifts, and two M129A4 vans valued at $1.2 million.


Automated Logistical Specialist
Establish and maintain stock records and other documents such as inventory, material control, accounting and supply reports; keep and update automated and manual accounting records; maintain stock locator system and administer document control procedures; correct, review, and verify quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests, and shipping documents; process requests and documents at direct support level through warehousing section; operate material handling equipment; maintain records on incoming and outgoing stock.





92A Automated Logistical Specialist (CMF 92)

Major Duties

The automated logistical specialist supervises and performs management or stock record/warehouse functions pertaining to receipt, storage, distribution and issue and maintains equipment records and parts.

10 Level Duty Description
Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn-ins, and performs dues-ins and dues-outs accounting. Corrects error and exception documents. Reviews and verifies quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests, and shipping documents. Unloads, unpacks, visually inspects, counts, segregates, palletizes, and stores incoming supplies and equipment. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Repairs and constructs fiberboard or wooden containers. Packs, crates, stencils, weighs, and bands equipment and supplies. Constructs bins, shelving, and other storage aids. Processes requests and turn-in documents at direct support level through warehousing section. Processes inventories, surveys, and warehousing documents. Operates the Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS1-E). Prepares, annotates and distributes shipping documents. Breaks down and distributes field rations. Operates materiel handling equipment (MHE). Performs accounting and sales functions in self-service supply.

20 Level Duty Description
Performs duties shown at preceding level of skill and provides technical guidance to lower graded personnel. Ensures that inventories and location surveys are performed in accordance with established procedures. Instructs warehouse personnel in loading, unloading, segregation, dunnage, palletizing, and selection of stock and storage areas. Performs property disposal storage functions. Ensures application of special procedures for handling, storing, packaging and shipping retrograde material. Retrieves and analyzes history and activity files pertinent to system rejected documents. Recommends additions and deletions to authorized stockage list. Maintains accounting records of property disposal activity. Reviews requests for major and controlled items. Reconciles activity records for monthly and quarterly reporting and status reviews. Processes data inquiry and manager referred listings and cards. Manages controlled, critical and reserve stocks and operational readiness floats.! Performs financial management functions. Process output from catalog inquiry program, document modifiers and special cancellation requests. Performs commissary store functions to include stock replenishment, price changes, inventories, security, stock receipt, and oversees the constructions of displays. Computes cost of the Basic Daily Food Allowance. Ensures subsistence items stockage objectives are met. Prepares data input and utilizes ADP output to assist in materiel management. Prepares reports on labor and equipment, available storage space, relocation of materiel, warehouse refusals, and stock requirements. Directs correction of location survey discrepancies. Assists unit intermediate maintenance personnel in planning maintenance program. Plans and coordinates subsistence supply activity. Directs corrective action to minimize spoilage, flavor contamination, and improper warehouse practices.

30 Level Duty Description
Assigns duties, instructs, and supervises subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures. Plans and analyzes operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards, and procedural directives. Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Inspects and evaluates inventory management activities. Directs supply personnel in establishment and maintenance of supply and inventory control management functions. Analyzes statistical data to determine effectiveness of technical edit. Reconciles problems in automated supply accounting system. Computes, establishes, and directs modification to authorized stock levels. Plans and organizes receipt, issue, salvage and maintenance of records for all classes of supply except Class III (Buick), Class V and Class VIII. Ensures compliance with current regulations and directives pertaining to financial inventory, accounting, and stock funding. Determines current and projected repair requirements. Directs lateral redistribution of stock. Performs supervisory duties shown in preceding levels of skill. Prepares and updates warehouse planigraphies. Conducts inspection of activities to ensure compliance with standards of serviceability, reclamation, salvage, and disposal procedures. Conducts warehousing surveillance and inspections. Prepares reports on personnel and equipment availability, storage space, relocation of materiel, and warehouse denials. Serves as warehouse foreman, chief accountant, store managers, or commissary officer. Interviews, hires and dismisses employees in accordance with COP and commissary regulations. Establishes issue schedules and procedures.

40 Level Duty Description
Performs supervisory duties shown in preceding level of skills. Conducts inspections and provides technical assistance to storage activities. Assists in development and preparation of operations information including plans, maps, sketches, overlays, and other data related to supply organization employment. Performs liaison and staff duties in a supply and maintenance activity or in a command and staff logistics activity. Analyzes operations statistical data and reports to ascertain functional trends, conformance to standards and directives, and efficiency of operations. Reviews material receipt and off-line document processing procedure. Responsible for the requisition, accountability, wholesomeness, and the safe storage of subsistence items for division size elements and larger. Plans and writes LOIs for subsistence support for major field exercises. Works with and advises installation food service and installation menu board. Interprets and uses command and CONUS annual food plans. Ensures compliance with directives related to subsistence supply storage and distribution operations, including world wide operations. Manages the operation of a troop issue subsistence activity.

50 Level Duty Description
Serves as principal NCO of supply and services operations. Supervises operation of organizations performing supply and related service operations such as decontamination, transportation, property disposal, and commissary operations. Supervises open and covered storage, receiving, classification, issue materiel handling, supply locator systems, facility safety, and supply security operations. Supervises management of materiel support functions in stock control and accounting, procurement, inventory control, and item financial management. Supervises development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays, and related data to employment supply and service organizations. Analyzes reports on supply and service support operations.

Physical Demands Rating and Qualifications for Initial Award of MOS

1. Physical demands rating of very heavy.
2. Physical profile of 222222.
3. Minimum score of 95 in aptitude area CL.
4. Normal color vision.
5. Mandatory formal training.

Additional Skill Identifiers taught at QMS
1. B5 - Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS) (SL3 and below) (QMS)
2. G2 - Standard Army Retail Supply System Automated (QMS)








92A Duty Description: 92A5O - Skill Level Five

FIRST SERGEANT: The first sergeant is responsible for providing sound advice to the commander on a wide range of topics including the health, esprit de corps, discipline, mentoring, well being, career progression, recognition, and professional development of all assigned enlisted members. Furthermore, working with his or her fellow Senior NCOs and supervisors, the first sergeant ensures discipline is equitably maintained, and the goals of health, esprit de corps, discipline, mentoring, and welfare of the enlisted force are met. First sergeants hold formations, instruct platoon sergeants and assist the commander in daily unit operations.

MATERIEL MANAGEMENT NCO: A Materiel Management NCO is not a specific position but rather a broad scope of possible positions. As a Materiel Management NCO it is possible to work in a warehouse, depot, Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO), Support Operations (SPO) and various other assignments. A Materiel Management NCO usually performs duties directly related to their MOS; however, duties such as working in a CSSAMO are unique and challenging.

LOGISTICS SERVICE NCO: Serve as principal NCO at staff level for supply and services operations at Battalion or higher levels. Supervises development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays and related data to employment supply and service organizations. Analyzes reports on supply and service support operations.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ADVISOR: The actual duties of EOAs, relative emphasis, and time allotted to each duty vary according to type of unit or level of command, unit composition, and location. EOAs are agents for cultural change and act as the eyes and ears for the commander. EOAs will not be assigned further duties that may create a conflict of interest. Equal Opportunity Advisors will; Understand and articulate Department of Defense (DOD) and Army policies concerning equal opportunity; Assist the commander in implementing a Consideration of Others Program; Recognize and assess indicators of institutional and individual discrimination in organizations; Recognize sexual harassment in both overt and subtle forms.



92A Duty Description: 92A4O - Skill Level Four

DETACHMENT SERGEANT: This position is similar to the first sergeant except it is usually in units with less than 75 personnel and is usually held by a Sergeant First Class. The detachment sergeant is responsible for providing sound advice to the commander on a wide range of topics including the health, esprit de corps, discipline, mentoring, well being, career progression, recognition, and professional development of all assigned enlisted members. Furthermore, working with his or her fellow Senior NCOs and supervisors, the detachment sergeant ensures discipline is equitably maintained, and the goals of health, esprit de corps, discipline, mentoring, and welfare of the enlisted force are met. Detachment sergeants hold formations, instruct platoon sergeants and assist the commander in daily unit operations. Though detachment sergeants supervise routine administrative duties their principle duty is training soldiers. The CSM, detachment sergeant and other key NCOs, must understand the organizations collective mission essential tasks during METL-based training. Through NCO development programs, performance counseling and other guidance, detachment sergeants are mentors in developing subordinate NCOs. The detachment sergeant is on call 24 hours a day and should expect long and irregular duty hours. Generally, they are contacted by many base agencies (e.g., security forces, Red Cross, hospital, command post, etc.) and must respond (with the supervisor when feasible) at any hour. Based on the cumulative and important responsibilities of the detachment sergeant, and the impact of this position on units and personnel, this position is only for the most dedicated professional senior NCOs.

PLATOON SERGEANT: The platoon sergeant is the primary assistant and advisor to the platoon leader, with the responsibility of training and caring for soldiers. The platoon sergeant helps the commander to train the platoon leader and in that regard has an enormous effect on how that young officer perceives NCOs for the rest of his career. The platoon sergeant takes charge of the platoon in the absence of the platoon leader. As the lowest level senior NCO involved in the company METL, platoon sergeants teach collective and individual tasks to soldiers in their squads, crews or equivalent small units. A platoon sergeant or sergeant first class generally has extensive military experience and can make accurate decisions in the best interest of the mission and the soldier. Utilizing tough, realistic and intellectually and physically challenging performance-oriented training to excite and motivate soldiers, the platoon sergeant ensures Army standards are met and maintained. Additionally, the platoon sergeant must conduct cross training to promote critical wartime skills within the unit, evaluate the effectiveness of the platoon and provide training feedback to the commander and first sergeant during After-Action Reviews (AAR) on all unit collective training.

LOGISTICS SERVICE NCO: Serve as principal NCO at staff level for supply and services operations at Battalion or higher levels. Supervises development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays and related data to employment supply and service organizations. Analyzes reports on supply and service support operations.

MATERIEL CONTROL ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR: Assigns duties, instructs and supervises subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures. Plans and analyzes operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards and procedural directives. Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Analyze statistical data to determine effectiveness of technical edit. Reconcile problems in automated supply accounting system. Computes, establishes and directs modification to authorized stock levels. Directs lateral redistribution of stock. Perform supervisory duties.

MATERIEL MANAGEMENT NCO: A Materiel Management NCO is not a specific position but rather a broad scope of possible positions. As a Materiel Management NCO it is possible to work in a warehouse, depot, Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO), Support Operations (SPO) and various other assignments. A Materiel Management NCO usually performs duties directly related to their MOS; however, duties such as working in a CSSAMO are unique and challenging.

STOCK CONTROL SUPERVISOR: Assigns duties, instructs and supervises subordinate Stock Control personnel by providing guidance in proper work techniques and procedures. The Stock Control office will vary depending on the size of the facility and customer base. A Stock Control Supervisor can plan on having between 2 to 5 personnel working within Stock Control. A Stock Control Supervisor analyzes operations statistical data and reports to ascertain functional trends, conformance to standards and directives and efficiency of operations. Review material receipt and off‑line document processing procedure. Assigns duties, instructs and supervises subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures. Plans and analyzes operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards and procedural directives. Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Responsible for processing and editing an Authorized Stockage List (ASL). Maintains customer accounts and records in accordance with Army Regulations and Local Standard Operating Procedures. Maintains Continuity of Operations (COOP) back up of database. Responsible for processing customer requests, performing customer follow-ups, reconciliation of due-outs and overage repairable. Insures that SARSS system located within stock control is PMCSed and maintained in accordance with outlined maintenance procedures.

SUBSISTENCE SUPERVISOR: Responsible for the requisition, accountability, wholesomeness and the safe storage of subsistence items. Plans and writes LOIs for subsistence support for major field exercises. Works with and advises installation food service and installation menu board. Interprets and uses command and CONUS annual food plans. Ensures compliance with directives related to subsistence supply storage and distribution operations, including world wide operations. Manage the operation of a troop issue subsistence activity. A Subsistence Supervisor provides guidance and supervision to subordinate subsistence personnel in the proper work techniques and procedures.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ADVISOR: The actual duties of EOAs, relative emphasis, and time allotted to each duty vary according to type of unit or level of command, unit composition, and location. EOAs are agents for cultural change and act as the eyes and ears for the commander. EOAs will not be assigned further duties that may create a conflict of interest. Equal Opportunity Advisors will; Understand and articulate Department of Defense (DOD) and Army policies concerning equal opportunity; Assist the commander in implementing a Consideration of Others Program; Recognize and assess indicators of institutional and individual discrimination in organizations; Recognize sexual harassment in both overt and subtle forms.

INSPECTOR GENERAL NCO: Support the installation and the surrounding community by providing the Commanding General with a continuous assessment of the effectiveness of the command thru; assistance to commanders, Soldiers, families, and civilians from both on and off post; conducting investigations, inspections, inquiries, and teaching/training; monitoring and providing feedback on trend analysis; assessing the state of and improving readiness, mission performance, discipline, efficiency, economy, and esprit/morale; supporting commanders and assisting Soldiers; identifying systemic problems and recommending viable solutions; improving quality of life for the entire community.



92A Duty Description: 92A3O - Skill Level Three

DRMS NCO: There is a wide variety of Defense Reutilization Marketing Service (DRMS) positions with many differences in responsibilities. These assignments may vary from staff level assignments that require interacting predominantly with civil servant GS/WG employees and senior officers on a daily basis to positions within a DRMS facility. Positions within a DRMS facility may have responsibility for overseeing operations, establishing operations and ensuring compliance with established policies and procedures. Must provide staff advice and liaison assistance to those agencies with which there is interaction. Soldiers that are screened and selected for these assignments are usually of the highest caliber and have proven themselves in previous assignments. Soldiers must posses a high level of technical knowledge within their MOS as well as the analytical skills necessary to solve problems and work on projects that are outside of their specialization. These jobs are usually high visibility and offer unique challenges.

MATERIEL CONTROL ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR: Assigns duties, instructs and supervises subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures. Plans and analyzes operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards and procedural directives. Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Analyze statistical data to determine effectiveness of technical edit. Reconcile problems in automated supply accounting system. Computes, establishes and directs modification to authorized stock levels. Directs lateral redistribution of stock. Perform supervisory duties.

MATERIEL MANAGEMENT NCO: A Materiel Management NCO is not a specific position but rather a broad scope of possible positions. As a Materiel Management NCO it is possible to work in a warehouse, depot, Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO), Support Operations (SPO) and various other assignments. A Materiel Management NCO usually performs duties directly related to their MOS; however, duties such as working in a CSSAMO are unique and challenging.

SUBSISTENCE NCO: Responsible for the requisition, accountability, wholesomeness and the safe storage of subsistence items. Assists in planning subsistence support for field exercises. Ensures compliance with directives related to subsistence supply storage and distribution operations, including world wide operations. Prepare and updates warehouse planigrams. Ensures compliance with standards of serviceability, reclamation, salvage and disposal procedures. Conduct warehousing surveillance and inspections. Prepares reports on personnel and equipment availability, storage space, relocation of materiel.

SUPPLY ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR: Supervises the review and verification of quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests and shipping documents. Coordinates and supervises the unloading, unpacking, visual inspection, counts, segregation, palletization and storage of incoming supplies and equipment. Ensures that the stock locator system is maintained and administers document control procedures. Processes inventories, surveys and warehousing documents.

STOCK CONTROL SUPERVISOR: Assigns duties, instructs and supervises subordinate Stock Control personnel by providing guidance in proper work techniques and procedures. The Stock Control office will vary depending on the size of the facility and customer base. A Stock Control Supervisor can plan on having between 2 to 5 personnel working within Stock Control. A Stock Control Supervisor analyzes operations statistical data and reports to ascertain functional trends, conformance to standards and directives and efficiency of operations. Review material receipt and off‑line document processing procedure. Assigns duties, instructs and supervises subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures. Plans and analyzes operational data and reports to ascertain degree of conformity with established policies, work standards and procedural directives. Supervises preparation of materiel control and accounting input for data processing and reviews output documents. Responsible for processing and editing an Authorized Stockage List (ASL). Maintains customer accounts and records in accordance with Army Regulations and Local Standard Operating Procedures. Maintains Continuity of Operations (COOP) back up of database. Responsible for processing customer requests, performing customer follow-ups, reconciliation of due-outs and overage repairable. Insures that SARSS system located within stock control is PMCSed and maintained in accordance with outlined maintenance procedures.



92A Duty Description: 92A2O - Skill Level Two

EQUIPMENT RECORDS PARTS NCO: At the Unit Level, 92As work as PLL/TAMMS clerks (Prescribed Load List/The Army Maintenance Management System), and are responsible for maintaining records of services performed, ordering and managing repair parts, dispatching vehicles and equipment, and maintaining operator licensing records. 92A's are assigned to, and supervised by the maintenance NCO, and will usually be the only 92A in the company. This is a very high profile job and the Equipment Records Parts Specialist/NCO will interface with vehicle drivers, mechanics, armorer, unit supply sergeant, company Executive Officer, Maintenance Officer, and Commander while conducting daily duties. A good PLL/TAMMS clerk can make or break a companys maintenance program.

MATERIEL CONTROL ACCOUNTING NCO: Provides technical guidance to lower graded personnel. Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn‑ins and performs dues‑ins and dues‑outs accounting. Corrects error and exception documents. Processes inventories, surveys and warehousing documents. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Retrieves and analyzes history and activity files pertinent to system rejected documents. Recommend additions and deletions to authorized stockage list. Maintain accounting records of property disposal activity. Review requests for major and controlled items. Reconcile activity records for monthly and quarterly reporting and status reviews. Processes data inquiry and manager referred listings and cards. Manages controlled, critical and reserve stocks and operational readiness floats. Perform financial management functions. Process output from catalog inquiry program, document modifiers and special cancellation requests.

MATERIEL MANAGEMENT NCO: A Materiel Management NCO is not a specific position but rather a broad scope of possible positions. As a Materiel Management NCO it is possible to work in a warehouse, depot, Combat Service Support Automation Management Office (CSSAMO), Support Operations (SPO) and various other assignments. A Materiel Management NCO usually performs duties directly related to their MOS; however, duties such as working in a CSSAMO are unique and challenging.

MATERIEL STORAGE HANDLING NCO: A Materiel Storage and Handling NCO is a versatile position that works in all aspects of supply operations. NCOs in these positions provide guidance and direction to subordinates. These NCOs may review and verify quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests and shipping documents. Unloads, unpacks, visually inspects, counts, segregates, palletizes and stores incoming supplies and equipment. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Prepares warehouse and stock for inventory by performing location surveys and ensuring location accuracy. Repairs and constructs fiberboard or wooden containers. Packs, crate, stencil, weigh and band equipment and supplies. Construct bins, shelving and other storage aids. Maintains warehouse and supply equipment and reports status to Warehouse NCOIC.

PACKING CRATING NCO: Ensure application of special procedures for handling, storing, packaging and shipping of material. Repairs and constructs fiberboard or wooden containers. Packs, crates, stencils, weighs and bands equipment and supplies in preparation for shipment and storage. Construct bins, shelving and other storage aids. Provides supervision and guidance to Packing Crating Specialists and other subordinates in proper work techniques and procedures.

RATION DISTRIBUTION NCO: Collects, consolidates and submits requests for rations. Breaks down and distributes field rations using different methods dictated by situation and available time. Configures unit loads for aerial delivery. Responsible for safe storage and proper care of subsistence items.

SUPPLY ACCOUNTING NCO: Reviews and verifies quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests and shipping documents. Unloads, unpacks, visually inspects, counts, segregates, palletizes and stores incoming supplies and equipment. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Processes inventories, surveys and warehousing documents.

SUBSISTENCE SUPPLY SUPERVISOR: Supervises the consolidation of requisitions, accountability, and the safe storage of subsistence items before distribution to requesting units. Assists in planning subsistence support for field exercises. Ensures compliance with standards of serviceability, reclamation, salvage and disposal procedures. Prepares reports on personnel and equipment availability, storage space, relocation of materiel.

STOCK ACCOUNTING NCO: Provides guidance to subordinates and establishes work priorities. Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn‑ins and performs dues‑ins and dues‑outs accounting. Correct error and exception documents.



92A Duty Description: 92A1O - Skill Level One

EQUIPMENT RECORDS PARTS SPECIALIST: At the Unit Level, 92As work as PLL/TAMMS clerks (Prescribed Load List/The Army Maintenance Management System), and are responsible for maintaining records of services performed, ordering and managing repair parts, dispatching vehicles and equipment, and maintaining operator licensing records. 92A's are assigned to, and supervised by the maintenance NCO, and will usually be the only 92A in the company. This is a very high profile job and the Equipment Records Parts Specialist/NCO will interface with vehicle drivers, mechanics, armorer, unit supply sergeant, company Executive Officer, Maintenance Officer, and Commander while conducting daily duties. A good PLL/TAMMS clerk can make or break a companys maintenance program.

MATERIEL CONTROL ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST: Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn‑ins and performs dues‑ins and dues‑outs accounting. Corrects error and exception documents. Processes inventories, surveys and warehousing documents. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures.

MHE OPERATOR: Responsible for the operation of Materiel Handling Equipment (MHE) for supply operations, ranging from small electric forklifts and carts to large rough terrain forklifts of various lifting capacities. This equipment will be operated both indoors and in varying terrain outdoors. Conducts Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) and is responsible for maintaining the operational readiness of assigned equipment.

PACKING CRATING SPECIALIST: Repairs and constructs fiberboard or wooden containers. Packs, crates, stencils, weighs and bands equipment and supplies in preparation for shipment and storage. Construct bins, shelving and other storage aids.

SUPPLY ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST: Reviews and verifies quantities received against bills of lading, contracts, purchase requests and shipping documents. Unloads, unpacks, visually inspects, counts, segregates, palletizes and stores incoming supplies and equipment. Maintains stock locator system and administers document control procedures. Processes inventories, surveys and warehousing documents.

SUBSISTENCE SUPPLY SPECIALIST: Assists in the collection and consolidation of ration requisitions, provides accountability, and safe storage of subsistence items before distribution to requesting units. Unloads and uploads rations using MHE and manual methods. Ensures rations that must be stored are properly segregated and maintained according to established guidelines. Maintains serviceability of assigned equipment.

STOCK ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST: Establishes and maintains stock records and other documents such as inventory, materiel control, accounting and supply reports. Establishes and maintains automated and manual accounting records, posts receipts and turn‑ins and performs dues‑ins and dues‑outs accounting. Correct error and exception documents.

VEHICLE OPERATOR: Responsible for the operation of military vehicles for both supply and non supply operations, ranging from small two axle passenger vehicles to large cargo carrying vehicles. These vehicles will be operated in varying terrain conditions. Conducts Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) and is responsible for maintaining the operational readiness of assigned equipment.



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