Contingency Contracting Officer
Serves as a Contingency Contracting Officer for a deployable Contingency Contracting Team: provides the supported commanders enhanced operational flexibility by leveraging the local economy for contracted life and logistic support; responsible for contracting supplies, services and minor construction supporting the 60,000 Soldiers and Civilians in USARPAC with operational and garrison contract support; deploys in support of Combined/Joint TSCP and JCS exercises throughout the PACOM AOR; trains, appoints and supervises Field Ordering Officers and Contracting Officers Representatives; provides contracting advice to unit commanders and S4s.
E6 Contracting NCO
Serves as Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology (AL&T) Contracting NCO, Contracting Support Brigade; assists with supporting contracting battalion staff operations and functions while supporting the Area of Responsibility or Theater of Operation of the Army Service Component Commander and CSB/PARC theater wide contracting missions; primary mission is to deploy as a member of Early Entry Module (EEM) contingency contracting support brigade and in support of other contingencies as required.
E7 Contracting NCO
Serve as AL&T Contracting Noncommissioned Officer, Operations and Requirement Section, CSB/Principle Assistant Responsible For Contracting (PARC); provides administrative assistance with the execution and administration/revision of Contracting support plans, annex, and appendices in support of operational, contingency and deliberate plans associated with CSB/PARC AOR operations as well as integration of such plans, annexes, and appendices with the AFSB.
E7 Contracting NCO
Provides administrative and logistics assistance with requirements generation execution in support of annual Joint Chief of Staff, multi-national, joint service operations and exercises; assists with identifying requirements, developing and implementing procedures and processes for modular contracting teams executing contracts in support of warfighter operations; assists contingency contracting modular units and teams with the Army Contingency Contracting Equipment Package (ACCEP) in coordination with the AFSB; qualified as level II warranted contracting officer.
E8 Plans & Operations Contracting NCO
Serves as AL&T Plans & Operations Contracting Noncommissioned (NCOIC), Operations and Requirement Section, CSB/Principle Assistant Responsible For Contracting (PARC); assists with the execution and administration/revision of Contracting support plans, annexes, and appendices in support of operational, contingency and deliberate plans associated with PARC AOR operations as well as integration of such plans, annexes, and appendices with the AFSB; provides operational and requirement generation support for deployed joint task force and deployed and joint forces in the AOR.
E8 Plans & Operations Contracting NCOIC
Assists with operations and requirements generation execution in support of Army, Joint, multi-national forces and exercises; assists with leading, deploying, and executing operations and requirements personnel in support of standing operations and orders, Contingency Plans, and Deliberate Plans for contingencies and military operations; assists with the development, revision and maintenance of all operational databases and plans for Army Contingency Contracting Equipment Packages (ACCEP) in coordination with the AFSB; qualified as Level III warranted contracting officer.
E9 Senior Enlisted Contracting Advisor
CSM/SGM Position. The Senior Enlisted Contracting Advisor to the CSB/Principle Assistant Responsible for Contracting (PARC)/Commander, COL CSL Command Position; advises the commanders on all matters related to policy, planning, strategy, guidance, equal opportunity, assigning, counseling, training, resources, retention, health, welfare, readiness, discipline and professional development of military contracting personnel, DA Civilians and all assigned personnel. Monitors tasking from higher headquarters, manages strength management and assignment reports of all assigned personnel.
Submitted by MSG David Bangura