Quartermaster Duty description
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92A Automated Logistical Specialist
Supervises and performs management or stock record/warehouse functions pertaining to ceipt, storage, distribution and issue and maintains equipment records and parts.
Supervise handling, transportation, accountability, and distribution of ammunition. Assists section chief in supervision of howitzer operations, maintenance, and training. Lays weapon for direction, conducts bore sighting and basic periodic tests. Supervise the operation, loading, and maintenance of the Field Artillery Ammunition Support Vehicle.
Ensure that inventory and location surveys are performed in accordance with established procedures. Instruct warehouse personnel in loading, unloading, segregation, palletizing and selection of stock and storage areas. Perform property disposal storage functions. Ensure application of special procedures for handling, storing, packaging and shipping retrograde material. 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. 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. Direct correction of location survey discrepancies. Assist unit intermediate maintenance personnel in planning maintenance program.
Plans and coordinates subsistence supply activity. Direct corrective action to minimize spoilage, flavor contamination and improper warehouse practices. Perform SAMS-E duties in automated applications. Simplifies and standardizes the collection and use of maintenance data. Improves readiness management and visibility by providing equipment status and asset data. Raise the quality and accuracy of performance, cost, backlog, man-hour, and parts data through improved maintenance management.
Ensures that inventory and location surveys are performed in accordance with established procedures. Instruct warehouse personnel in loading, unloading, segregation, palletizing and selection of stock and storage areas. Perform property disposal storage functions. Ensure application of special procedures for handling, storing, packaging and shipping retrograde material. 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.
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. Direct correction of location survey discrepancies. Assist unit intermediate maintenance personnel in planning maintenance program. Plans and coordinates subsistence supply activity. Direct corrective action to minimize spoilage, flavor contamination and improper warehouse practices. Perform SAMS-E duties in automated applications. Simplifies and standardizes the collection and use of maintenance data. Improves readiness management and visibility by providing equipment status and asset data. Raise the quality and accuracy of performance, cost, backlog, man-hour, and parts data through improved maintenance management.
Conducts inspections and provides technical assistance to storage activities. Assist in development and preparation of operations information including plans, maps, sketches, overlays and other data related to supply organization employment. Perform liaison and staff duties in a supply and maintenance activity or in a command and staff logistics activity. Analyze 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. 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. Manage the operation of a troop issue subsistence activity.
Serve as principal NCO of supply and services operations. Supervise 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 materiels handling, supply locator systems, facility safety and supply security operations. Supervise 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.
92F Petroleum Supply Specialist
Supervises or receives, stores, accounts for and cares for, dispenses, issues and ships bulk or packaged petroleum, oils and lubricants (POL) products.
Assigns duties, spot checks work adequacy and instructs and supervises subordinates in work techniques and procedures. Determines source of product contamination in storage areas and pipelines and directs reclamation and disposition for petroleum products. Assures adherence to safety procedures and ensures keeping of efficient, clean and safe work environment. Supervise aircraft refueling and defueling operations.
Estimate requirements for personnel, equipment, user/organizational maintenance and repair of petroleum distribution facilities. Schedule and dispatches petroleum and water products through pipelines and other distribution facilities or equipment. Initiates and supervises environmental protection activities and contingency plans. Reviews, consolidates and prepares technical, personnel and administrative reports associated with POL and water activities in assigned unit. Supervise unit level quality surveillance operations.
Supervises and monitors quality surveillance programs and activities. Ensure compliance with fire and safety regulations.
Perform duties as petroleum quality assurance representative. Assists command and staff officers in appraisals of petroleum and water operations. Assist in coordination and implementation of operations, training programs, administrative matters and communication activities.
92G Food Supply Specialist
Supervises or prepares, cooks and serves food in field or garrison food service operations.
Provides technical guidance to subordinate Soldiers in garrison and field kitchen operations. Ensure that proper procedures, temperatures, and time periods are adhered to during food preparation. Direct safety, security, and fire prevention procedures. Perform limited supervisory and inspection functions including shift supervision.
Supervise shift, unit, or consolidated food service operations in field or garrison environments. Establishes operating and work procedures, inspects dining, food preparation/storage areas, and dining facility personnel. Determine subsistence requirements. Requests, receives, and accounts for subsistence items. When assigned to a Subsistence Platoon; reviews all support requests and ensures proper and complete menus of operational and Class I are issued to individual Field Feeding Teams. Apply food service accounting procedures. Prepares production schedule and makes necessary menu adjustments. Establishes, administers, and maintains OJT and apprenticeship training programs. Prepare technical, personnel, and administrative reports concerning food service operations. Implement emergency, disaster and combat feeding plans. Coordinate logistical support.
Coordinates with food service officer, food advisor, and first cooks. Coordinate with TISA, facility engineers, and veterinary activity. Plans and implements menus to ensure nutritionally balanced meals. Ensure accuracy of accounting and equipment records. Develops and initiates Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and safety, energy, security, and fire prevention programs. Evaluate contract food service operations. Ensure contractor compliance in food service contract operations.
Serves as the Senior Food Management NCO assigned to the _________ Brigade; responsible for the planning, supervision, preparation, feeding and distribution of Class I Subsistence in both field and garrison operations; inspects all areas of the dining facilities, coordinates manpower and equipment for daily dining facility operations.
Develops, coordinates, implements, advises, and evaluates food service programs. Monitor requests for food items and equipment. Develop and analyze menus and coordinates menu substitutions. Evaluate operation of garrison and field kitchens, food service training facilities, and maintenance of equipment. Survey individual preferences, food preparation, and food conservation. Prepare reports, studies, and briefings on food service operations. Provide assistance to food service officers and NCOs.
92L Petroleum Laboratory Specialist
Supervises or conducts laboratory tests on petroleum, oils and lubricants (POL) products. Receives samples and conducts tests on petroleum products. Reports findings in accordance with ASTM test methods. Evaluates test results with specification requirements and makes recommendations regarding product disposition. Apply fire prevention and safety control procedures in handling volatile POL products.
Identifies sources and types of contamination and deterioration and makes recommendations for reclamation and disposition. Furnishes required quality surveillance reports to higher headquarters. Perform organizational and preventive maintenance and calibration on laboratory equipment. Perform fire and safety inspections.
Plans and organizes petroleum laboratory activities. Establish files and technical references and specifications. Prepares and reviews administrative and technical reports. Supervise all supply activities, coordinates activities with POL storage and distribution. Assist in establishment and supervision of quality surveillance programs. Ensure adherence to laboratory fire and safety procedures. Apply principles of Occupational Health and Safety Act and EPA regulations for possible violations of environmental control laws.
Perform staff and advisory duties by assisting and planning quality assurance, surveillance operations and programs. Make inspection of contractor facilities to ensure that all provisions of the contract are complied with. Coordinate special testing of POL products, including troubleshooting of differences in results among laboratories.
92M Mortuary Affairs Specialist
Performs or supervises recovery, collection, establish tentative identification, escort and temporary burial. Mortuary Affairs Specialist also inventory, safeguard and evacuate personal effects of deceased personnel.
Plans and supervises search and recovery operations of deceased personnel, personal effects, and identification media. Instruct in special handling, marking, and shipping of contagious disease cases and processing of contaminated remains. Supervise receipt, storage, and issue of supplies and equipment. Accompanies remains and personal effects to designated locations and assists with arrangements for military honors at place of burial.
Performs duties shown in previous skill level when required and prepares more complex items. Advises commanders and headquarters staff on mortuary affairs activities and coordinates activities of subordinate units. Establishes and maintains liaison with support and combat units. Coordinate transportation requirements for deceased personnel.
Advise on temporary cemetery locations, emergency burials, and security and disposition of remains and personal effects. Coordinate with non U.S. service authorities, other service authorities and civilian officials on mortuary affairs matters. Coordinates and advises on military burials and ceremonies. Assist in review of mortuary services contracts. Advise summary court authorities on disposition of personal effects. Supervise mortuary affairs activities.
Supervises mortuary affairs activities, provides technical and administrative support on graves registration matters, acquisition of land for temporary cemeteries, equipment requirements for mortuaries, and recovery/evacuation procedures.
92R Parachute Rigger
The parachute rigger supervises or packs and repairs cargo and personnel parachutes and rigs equipment and supply containers for airdrop.
Perform duties in pacing, airdrop rigger, and airdrop equipment repair shown at the above skill level. Provide technical guidance and supervision to subordinate personnel. Maintain production reports and records. Inspects and classifies airdrop items. Perform initial and final inspection on all parachutes and airdrop textile component. Perform as inspector testers, pack-in-process inspector and as quality assurance personnel. Perform as malfunction officer at the drop zone. Diagnose malfunctions occurring in airdrop equipment during airborne operations.
Squad Leader responsible for the health, welfare, morale, training and accountability for ___ Soldiers; supervises subordinates performing maintenance on personal and cargo parachutes; inspects equipment prior to repair, modification and conversion; performs demilitarization of unserviceable air times; maintains accountability through proper hand receipt procedures on mission equipment; maintains and operates equipment valued in excess of $________; supervises the in process of all personal and cargo parachutes; supervises Soldiers in the inspection and packing of all personnel and cargo parachutes.
Supervises parachute pack, maintenance or airdrop sections. Directs section activities, schedules and assigns work load, instructs personnel on job requirement, techniques and inspects work in progress. Inspects and certifies airdrop loads, airdrop equipment repair, and parachute packing. Inspect air items to ensure manufacture quality control. Controls and expedites coordination with airborne support activities. Assist in planning and coordinating training for standard and nonstandard rigging, sling loading, and airdrop procedures.
Supervises and provides technical guidance to subordinate personnel. Assist airdrop officer in planning, coordinating, requisitioning, receiving and storing equipment and supplies for airdrop. Coordinate with supporting Air Force and Army aviation elements. Provide technical direction and coordination for activities supporting routing and contingency missions. Maintain status on all jumps and airdrops to include schedules by G3 at division level. Prepares and submits required status reports. Maintain a reference library of current publication, regulations and SOP relating to airdrop and airdrop support. Participate in development and operational testing of airdrop equipment. Perform as the senior NCO in a separate detachment/unit engaged in parachute packing, maintenance and airdrop equipment rigging.
Supervise operations of organizations performing airborne and resupply by airdrop missions. Supervise development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays, and related data to facilitate airborne operations. Advises on airborne operational matters and performs liaison between staff and supported personnel.
92S Shower / Laundry and Clothing Repair Specialist
Supervises or performs personnel laundry and shower operations and repairs personnel clothing and light textiles.
Receives bulk, individual, or organizational laundry and reviews laundry lists for accuracy of bundle count or contents of individual laundry bag. Segregates, marks washable, and unwashable items. Operate mobile laundry system, shower units, light duty sewing machines and associated equipment. Inspects tallies, marks, tags, and segregates webbed items. Alter sizes, repairs uniforms, and zippers. Operates and maintains sewing, darning, and button machines.
Supervises and coordinates operations and preventive maintenance activities in mobile and fixed clothing repair shops. Plans shower reconnaissance operations and organize reconnaissance teams for selection of operational sites. Determines personnel requirements and supervises training program. Prepares and develops cost and manpower estimates. Establish quality control standards. Maintain records of cost data and expenditures.
Determines requirements and adequacy of shower/laundry and clothing repair activities and prepares operational plan to meet requirements. Provide technical guidance to lower grade personnel. Establishes, evaluates, and monitor unit training and preventive maintenance programs. Consolidate production reports and schedules.
Perform duties as quality assurance representative for all shower/laundry and clothing repair functions. Provide technical guidance to lower grade personnel. Develop countermeasure policies, plan, doctrine, and operating procedures. Assist commander and staff officers in appraisal of intelligence, operations, and training procedures. Coordinate operating requirements of subordinate units with major or subordinate units.
92W Water Treatment Specialist
Supervises or performs installation, operation of water purification equipment, water storage and distribution operations and activities.
Conducts water reconnaissance. Develop water sources and water points. Supervises and trains soldiers to perform water treatment tasks. Performs operator maintenance and inspects operational condition and maintenance of equipment. Determines treatment method and treats water for purification. Analyses and verifies test results of raw and treated water. Maintains and inventories water treatment equipment and chemical supplies. Prepare water treatment reports.
Interpret water reconnaissance results to determine location of water sites. Directs water reconnaissance and water point development. Provide technical guidance to personnel.
Directs water reconnaissance and water point development for division, corps, and echelons above corps. Manages operation and ensures quality control of water supply, storage, distribution and purification activities. Perform staff and advisory duties. Furnishes reports to higher headquarters. Develops area water supply and treatment plan and supervises operation.
Serves as a Platoon Sergeant in a Brigade Support Battalion; responsible for the discipline, accountability and development of ___ Soldiers and ___ NCOs; supervises personnel readiness, maintenance, and utilization of ___ Fuel trucks; ___ Load Handling Systems (LHS); and ___ Tank and Pump Unit (TPU), ___ Light Water Purification System (LWPS); ____ Tactical Water Purification System (TWPS); ___ HIPPO’s with trailers, weapons and additional equipment valued in excess over $________; enforces technical and tactical training standards for unit mission accomplishments.
Supervises ___ Soldiers in water treatment operations; directs water reconnaissance and water point development; provides technical guidance to personnel; responsible for site selection and setup procedures used for water operations; supervises and trains Soldiers to perform water treatment tasks; manages operator level maintenance of equipment; analyzes and verifies test results of raw and treated water and records all status on appropriate forms; responsible for the accountability, maintenance and inventories of the water treatment equipment and chemical supplies; responsible for preparing the water treatment reports.
92Y Unit Supply Specialist
Supervises or performs duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability and preservation of individual, organizational, installation and expendable supplies and equipment.
Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns in organization and installation supplies and equipment. Operate unit level computers (ULC). Prepare all unit/organizational supply documents. Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment. Issues and receives small arms. Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas. Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.
Directs supply personnel in establishing supply and inventory control management functions. Maintain property under Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PB– USE) system. Review daily and monthly records of issues of petroleum products and operating supplies. Provide technical assistance to equipment records and parts specialist. Assists and advises supply officer and commander.
Supply Sergeant of a ______ Company ___ man supply Section; responsible for the health, welfare, and discipline, and training of his/her subordinates; responsible for providing logistical support to a ___ man Company; maintains $__________ in hand receipts for the Commander; assists the Commander with the disposition of property; implements and supports the Commander’s Supply Discipline Program (CDSP); prepares and reviews adjustment documents to the Commander’s property book; maintains historical records of all monthly cyclic inventories; ensures all Soldiers perform duties safely.
Supply Sergeant: Serves as a Supply Sergeant in an Assault Helicopter Battalion, Forward Support Company consisting of ___ personnel; responsible for the training, supervision, and professional development of one NCO and ___ Soldiers; maintains accountability of organizational, installation, and theater property equipment valued in excess of $___________; responsible for the requisition, disbursement, and storage of all classes of supply as well as the logistical integration of supply procedures within ordinance, transportation, and quartermaster sections; assists with managment of the Company Command Supply Discipline Program (CSDP).
Analyzes statistical data and reports to ascertain trends, conformance to standard and directives and efficiency of operations. Coordinate logistical activities with other staff elements supply and service and motor transport units. Conducts assistance visits to subordinate elements. Develops and executes training programs.
Property Book NCOIC: Serves as the Brigade Property Book Non-commissioned Officer in Charge; supports _#_ battalions and _#_ HHD for an organizational property book worth over _______________ dollars; responsible for requisition, distribution and accountability of equipment for the brigade; oversees transactions and communicates consistently with ___unit___ and ___unit___; responsible for the welfare and training of _#_ NCO; processes and resolves unit level property accounting issues on a daily basis; ensures property listings are accurate and commanders’ hand receipts are updated monthly.
Senior Logistic NCOIC: Serves as the Senior Logistic NCOIC for a multi-component Army training brigade comprised and responsible for equipment redistribution within _#_ Active and _#_ Reserve training battalions; responsible for supervising supply operations and monitoring supply of all organization and real property in excess of $________; conducts organizational inspections of subordinates elements to ensure compliance with the Command Supply Discipline Program and conducts budget analysis and proposes FY__ funding on support of brigade operational and administrative requirements.
Brigade S4 Non-Commissioned Officer: Serves as the Brigade S4 Non-Commissioned Officer for a multi-component Army training brigade comprised of _#_ Active and _#_ Reserve training battalions, consisting of over _#_ Soldiers; responsible for supervising supply operations and monitoring supply redistribution of all organizational and Real property in excess of $______; conducts Organizational Inspections of subordinate elements to ensure compliance with the Command Supply Discipline Program; primary Billing Official for _#_ purchase card holders; oversees contract development and execution; conducts budget analysis and proposes FY funding in support of brigade operational and administrative requirements.
Serves as the Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment Logistic Non-commissioned Officer, supporting a Training Brigade consisting of over _#_ Active, Reserve, and Guard Component Soldiers, in support of deploying forces; 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 PB– USE system ensuring total accuracy; ensures critical assets are on hand or ordered; monitors all sensitive items and unit inventories; responsible for the accounting of $________ worth of property book equipment.
Supervises development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays and related data to employ supply and service organizations. Contributes to staff development and operations of supply support data systems, equipment review, salvage, and repair parts supply procedures. Perform liaison between staff and supported personnel to improve effectiveness of support activities. Conducts inspections and provides technical assistance to the Inspector General.