92Y40 TDA Senior Supply NCO
Senior supply NCO for the Joint Forces Headquarters Logistical Support Center (LSC); functions as the unit, battalion, and brigade level 92Y; works directly with other MSCs and state logisticians; responsible for $19M of unit property, managing 60 storage locations in Global Combat Service Support-Army (GCSS-A), and supervising two subordinate unit supply NCOs; oversees the day-to-day supply operations, requesting, receiving, hand receipting, and turn-in of all Non-Expendable, Expendable and Durable items, Government Purchase Card (GPC) purchases, Soldier Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) and Central Clothing Distribution Center (CCDF) transactions.
92Y30 Troop Supply Sergeant
Unit Supply Sergeant assigned to a Dismounted Reconnaissance Troop; responsible for the request, receipt, issue, and accountability, of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment; schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons and other sensitive items; oversees transactions to property books and transaction files; initiates financial liability investigations of property loss (FLIPL); responsible for over $12 million worth of organizational equipment; maintains property accountability within the global combat support (GCSS-Army) system; assists and advises the Executive Officer and Troop Commander on logistical matters; responsible for the training and personal welfare of four Soldiers.
92Y Recruiting Bn Supply NCO
Serves as the Supply Noncommissioned Officer of the most geographically-dispersed recruiting battalion in USAREC, consisting of 6 time zones, 199 Soldiers, 27 DA Civilians, 4 contractors, 5 recruiting companies, 34 recruiting centers, a battalion headquarters elements, and 2 MEPS; responsible for the request, receipt, issue, and accountability of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment; assists in property accountability, ensuring total accuracy; ensures critical assets were on hand or ordered; monitors all sensitive items and unit inventories; initiated Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL); accounts for the health, personal welfare, and training of three Soldiers and directly responsible for $10 million worth of organizational equipment.
92Y3O Signal Company Supply Sergeant
Supply Sergeant for a 42 Soldier Signal Company; responsible for maintaining Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-A), to include the ordering and reconciliation of all supplies and equipment; tracking of the unit logistics budget; monitoring the pick-up and turn in of all equipment coming to and leaving the unit; management and tracking of transportation, ammunition, billeting, inventories, load plans, licensing, field preparation and return. Responsible for managing the Supply Discipline Program; schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on communications equipment, controlled cryptographic items (CCI), weapons and other sensitive items; post transactions to property books and transaction files; initiates financial liability investigations of property loss (FLIPL).
Supply Noncommissioned Officer
Serves as the Supply Noncommissioned Officer responsible for the request, receipt, issue, and accountability of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment; assists in property accountability through the Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE) system, ensuring total accuracy; ensures critical assets were on hand or ordered; monitors all sensitive items and unit inventories; initiated Financial Liability Investigations of Property Loss (FLIPL); accounts for the health, personal welfare, and training of three Soldiers and directly responsible for $60 million worth of organizational equipment.
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.
Brigade Supply NCO 92Y30
Requests and receives property from PBO, upon receipt of equipment, inventories the items; issues out equipment on hand receipts; executes turn-in documents and turn-ins of unserviceable or excess property; prepares and maintains completed clothing records and OCIE records all soldiers listed on DA Form 1379; ensures Readiness NCO receives appropriate documentation for the monthly USR; maintains hand receipt files and related component listing.
Senior logistics NCO of a Basic Combat Training brigade
Serves as the Brigade Property Book Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge; Maintains span of control over seven subordinate battalions and a headquarters detachment spread over eight states; processes and resolves unit level property accounting issues on a daily basis; ensures property listings are accurate and commanders' hand receipts are updated monthly; coordinates logistical support for both Annual and Inactive Duty training ; supervises the logistical activities for the Brigade as logistical readiness NCO, command supply discipline NCO, and food service NCO.
Performs duties involving supply requests, receipt, storage, issue, accountability and preservation of individual, organizational and installation equipment; assists to maintain automated supply system for accounting of organizational equipment and supplies; assists to maintains all administrative supply and supporting document files; responsible to issue, receive, ensure cleanliness, secure and control weapons / ammunition; plans, conducts and evaluates section training; Serves as alternate trainer of section subordinate.
92Y2O Unit Supply Sergeant
Serves as the Unit Supply Sergeant responsible for the request, receipt, issue, and accountability, of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment; operates unit level computer (ULC); schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons and other sensitive items; post transactions to property books and transaction files; initiates financial liability investigations of property loss (FLIPL); responsible for $4.7 million worth of organizational and theater provided equipment; responsible for the training and personal welfare of one Soldier.
92Y3O Supply Sergeant
Serves as the Supply Sergeant for A Company, 3/1 STB, 1st Armored Division; responsible for managing the Supply Discipline Program; receives, inspects, inventories, stores, issues, delivers and turns-in supplies and equipment; assisted in property accountability through the PBUSE system ensuring total accuracy; ensures critical assests are on hand or ordered; monitors all sensitive items and unit inventories; secures and controls all sensitive items including weapons and ammunition; responsible for the accounting of $7,000,000.00 worth of property book equipment.
Senior Supply Sergeant
Senior Supply Sergeant for an Infantry Brigade Combat Team in Zabul, Afghanistan; directs, coordinates, supervises, trains, and synchronizes the work of the S4 section to ensure efficient and prompt actions; assists S4 in all aspects of logistics support to the BCT; works directly with the BCT subordinate supply sergeants; coordinates with Higher HQs, Corps Support Elements, Civilian Authorities and Civilian Contractors to ensure logistical, movement and life-support to the BCT; supports the S4's situational understanding by providing accurate and up-to-date information on the logistics posture of the BCT; serves as full-time BCT Senior Supply Sergeant.
92Y30 Training Support Bn S4/HHD SUPPLY NCOIC (TDA)
Maintains property accountability under automated PropertyBook System; assists in the development of equipment requirements and reports; coordinates with supply activities; reviews and annotates changes to unit material condition status report; posts transactions to organizational property books and supporting transaction files; manages and accounts for Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment; determines method of obtaining relief from responsibility for lost, damaged, and destroyed equipment; maintains personal clothing records.
Regimental Rear Detachment Accounting NCO
Serves as the Regimental Rear Detachment Accounting NCO supporting operations of a garrison and forward deployed Armored Cavalry Regiment; responsible for coordination and movement of property within 3d ACR rear detachment; responsible for processing all incoming and outgoing property transactions; ensures the Regimental property book is maintained and inventories are conducted as required; advises five Commanders on all concerns related to property accountability; responsible for managing 27 hand recepts valued in excess of 70 million dollars; postured the Regiment for conversion to Stryker upon redeployment from Operation New Dawn.
Supply Sergeant for Headquarters and Headquarters Company
Supply Sergeant for Headquarters and Headquarters Company in a multi-functional logistics battalion consisting of over 400 personnel. Responsible for providing supply and logistical support to the 4th Special Troops Battalion and 4th Sustainment Brigade. Responsible for providing property guidance to the Company Commander. Responsible for the health, safety, welfare, and morale of one NCO and two junior enlisted Soldiers. Responsible for the care, maintenance, and accountability of the Company Commander's property valued in excess of $25 million.
Senior Logistic Advisor
served as the senior logistic advisor in the Brigade; responsible for functional expertise in the areas of logistic, supply management, property book management, movement control, plan, coordinate, monitor, and execute logistics preparation, sustainment, and battle tracking for all operations; budget analyst; lead, train, care for and supervise a 12 Soldier section to provide and sustain combat service support of the HQs and two subordinate engineer battalions with GWOT and Pacific Rim contingency mission requirements.
Brigade S4 SGM
Brigade S4 SGM for 130th combat theater engineer brigade, assigned to the 8th Theater Sustainment Command and US Army Pacific (USARPAC); served as the senior logistic advisor in the Brigade; responsible for functional expertise in the areas of logistic, supply management, property book management, movement control, plan, coordinate, monitor, and execute logistics preparation, sustainment, and battle tracking for all operations; budget analyst; lead, train, care for and supervise a 12 Soldier section to provide and sustain combat service support of the HQs and two subordinate engineer battalions with GWOT and Pacific Rim contingency mission requirements.
Performs duties involving supply requests, receipt, storage, issue, accountability and preservation of individual, organizational and installation equipment; Assists to maintain automated supply system for accounting of organizational equipment and supplies; Assists to maintains all administrative supply and supporting document files; Responsible to issue, receive, ensure cleanliness, secure and control weapons / ammunition; Plans, conducts and evaluates section training; Serves as alternate trainer of section subordinate.
92Y40 G3 Senior Supply Sergeant
G3 Senior Supply Sergeant of a heavy corps brigade-size personnel group with three battalions and three company size units; assists in managing a budget of 927 thousand dollars and over 7 million dollars worth of MTOE and CTA equipment; supervises three soldiers; oversees implementation of Group's supply accountability program; manages and controls real property and GSA vehicles.
92Y Company Supply Sergeant
Serves as Company Supply Sergeant in a Forward Support Company in support of the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade of the 101st Airborne Division (AASLT); managed over $6 million worth of organizational and installation property; monitors and maintains a $10,000 IMPAC Card Budget within the battalion monthly limit; requests, receives and processes equipment for issue and turn-in; assists in conducting request and delivery of all classes of supply; responsible for the supervision, training, morale and welfare of three Soldiers; ensures proper care and maintenance of one LMTV and trailer.
92Y Supply Sergeant
Supply Sergeant for 53 cadre and 300 Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Soldiers in United States Field Artillery School; responsible for directing personnel in establishing supply and inventory management functions;maintained Property book Unit Supply Enhancement (PBUSE), reviewed daily and monthly records of office and school supplies; maintained equipment valued at over $XXXX
92Y20, Assistant Battalion S4 NCOIC
Serves as BN S4 Assistant NCOIC for a PATRIOT Battalion with a worldwide contingency mission; responsible for the health, training, morale and professional development of one Noncommissioned Officer and three Soldiers; responsible for resourcing and managing the Battalion logistics operations during a field and garrison enviroment; responsible for the accountability and serviceability of two five ton vehicles (M923A2), one HMWVV (M1037), a trailer, one 10K generator and various office automation equipment valued in excess of $400,000.
92Y40 BCT, Brigade Property Book NCOIC
Serves as the X/XX BCT, Brigade Property Book Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge; supports seven battalions 19 MITT teams for an Organizational Property Book worth over 2 billion dollars; responsible for requisition, distribution and accountability of equipment for the SBCT; oversees transactions and communicates consistently with Theater Provided Equipment (TPE); responsible for the welfare, and training of three soldiers; processes and resolves unit level property accounting issues on a daily basis; ensures property listings are accurate and commanders hand receipts are updated monthly.
92YX0 Supply NCO, Military Transition Team
Performs duties as a Supply NCO for a Military Transition Team; coordinates and maintains all supply records for all Soldiers; ensures proper issue and turn-in of all mission essential items; supervises operations of CBRN and Armsroom; ensures proper coordination and accountability with the Property Book Office (PBO); maintains the battery supply account; maintains accountability of over eight million dollars worth of equipment; Coordinates all logistical support for Military Transition Team and Provincial Reconstruction Team
92Y40 Brigade Supply Sergeant
Serves as Brigade Supply Sergeant and Logistics NCOIC for the US Army's Iraqi Border Police (IBP) Brigade Border Transition Team (BTT). Advises and trains the Iraqi Brigade Supply NCO and staff on critical supply issues. Develops and implements the IBP Brigade's Command Supply Discipline Program. Responsible for the receipt, storage, and issue of all IBP equipment (both military and civilian) valued in excess of $5.5M. Serves as BTT Supply Sergeant for all internal team equipment valued in excess of $300K.
92Y Supply Sergeant
Serves as Supply Sergeant, responsible for over $2M worth of critical unit property and the supervision of 24 personnel. Ensures all readiness requirements are planned for; directs subordinate personnel in performing assigned functions; coordinates preparation of unit movement plans, load plans, and Automated Unit Equipment List reports; schedules and ensures preventative maintenance on all weapons systems; ensures subordinate personnel receive training necessary for professional development.
92Y20 Unit Supply Specialist
Monitors the Supply Discipline Program of the company; monitors unit sensitive items, change of command, annual, and other inventories; maintains the unit property book; receives, inspects, and inventories organizational supplies and equipment as required; secures and controls all sensitive items including weapons and ammunition; maintains individual clothing and OCIE inventories and records for the unit; prepares and submits ULLS-S4 computer input data and reports.
Reviews document registers quarterly and prepare quarterly reconcilliation for USP&FO SAARS review; manages BDE hand receipts to eliminate excess property and submit requisitions for shortages; files and maintains all printouts and records received from MACOMs and USP&FO.
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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.