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Amentum ERPS Clerk in Afghanistan, Afghanistan

Job Summary

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:1) Performs customer service for all GCSS-A Equipment Records Parts Specialist related activities inaccordance with the GCSS-A End User Manual (EUM).2) Performs duties as the Shop Stock/The Army Maintenance Management System clerk3) Generates GCSS-A reports as required.4) Responsible for maintaining notifications and work orders IAW GCSS-A EUM.5) Responsible for maintaining records of services performed IAW GCSS-A EUM.6) Responsible for maintaining records of ordering and managing repair parts IAW GCSS-A EUM.7) Responsible for maintaining records of dispatching vehicles and equipment IAW GCSS-A EUM.8) Maintains the shop stock and turn-ins of unserviceable repair parts IAW GCSS-A EUM.9) Responsible for issuing material to work orders IAW GCSS-A EUM.10) Responsible for returning any recoverable/reparable material to stock IAW GCSS-A EUM11) Responsible for entering time confirmations for a work order IAW GCSS-A EUM.12) Responsible for performing the work order completion process IAW GCSS-A EUM.13) Responsible for updating the operational status for a piece of equipment IAW GCSS-A EUM.14) Required to gain access to GCSS-A, IGC, FedMall, LIW and WEBVLIPs for parts and document research.15) Organizes all completed source documents and attachments to filing site.16) Generates picking tickets, DA Form 3161 and other accountability documentation as directed.17) Performs routine work including work from various standardized source documents which have been coded(requires little or no selecting). Codes and interprets data to be entered.18) Conducts and participates in scheduled, unscheduled inventories and surveys.19) Produces daily and weekly transaction reports and prepares forms as required. Readiness activities includedocumentation, records management, reporting and record reconciliations.20) Edits and performs quality checks during the input of data attachments to filing site.21) Ensure strict compliance to safety practices and support the AC FIRST Safety Policies and Procedures.22) Instills safety first mentality within work areas to maintain a low accident rates and minimal lost-timeinjuries.23) Adhere to ISO Policies, Procedures, and Work Instructions in support of the AC FIRST QualityManagement System.24) Performs other duties as assigned

Minimum Requirements

Must be a US Citizen

Clearance Required:a) NACI /Tier 1 for US CitizensCertification & License:a) US Expat personnel, must have GCSS-Army ERPS Clerk Certification.b) Must be licensed on 4-10K forklifts and 2.5T and below vehicles within 3 months of hire.Education:a) High School diploma or equivalent required.b) Work experience may be substituted for educational requirements and/or educational achievements maybe substituted for years of experience. Example: Two (2) years of experience is equivalent to (2) years ofcollege and vice versa.Experience:a) 1-2 years GCSS-A Plant Maintenance experience requiredb) US Army MOS 92A preferred.c) Work experience may be substituted for educational requirements and/or educational achievements maybe substituted for years of experience. Example: Two (2) years of experience is equivalent to (2) years ofcollege and vice versa.d) Must have been employed as a SAMS and/or GCSS-A Operator in the last five (5) years as either amember of the US Army or working as a contract employee for the US Government and have completedthe necessary GCSS-A training and qualifications.Specialized knowledge and skills:a) Must be able to perform edits base on FEDLOG codes and classes of supply.b) Capable of looking up process and procedures from Army Regulations and EUM.c) Must have strong organizational and planning skills.d) Must be able to research and multi-task.e) Must know how to perform opening and closing out maintenance requests, understand all data elementsidentified during this process and supporting transactions for work orders, perform daily NMO/Work OrderFile Transfers to the appropriate U.S. Government provided LIS system using the established protocolsand interfaces.f) must be a bonafide LIS Operator and NOT merely a data clerk per Army Regulation (AR) 750-8.g) Must have good knowledge in the use of MS Office, including Word and Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint andother related applications.h) Knowledgeable in Field and Sustainment maintenance process.i) Knowledgeable of all system reports and knows how to correct discrepancies.j) Must possess a high-level of attention to detail.k) Must be able to function with an advanced level of English oral and written language skills, throughdemonstrated proficiency, testing or both

Preferred Qualifications

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