1SG Jessica Avelar
515-727-3565
jessica.c.avelar.mil@mail.mil
Current Openings
SFC Joseph Thibault
515-727-3543
joseph.d.thibault.mil@mail.mil
    ADOS

Food Services Lane Trainer 92G

Seeking highly motivated SGT or SSG to join the team that trains to maintain! This NCO provides guidance and facilitates training as the Sustainment Training Center (STC) Field Feeding Training Program SME. Provides collective technical/tactical Field Feeding training and evaluation for units supporting unified land operations. The Field Feeding training will be focused on section, platoon, and company level collective training using the latest generation of theater specific equipment, current doctrine, and logistics enabler systems that support the current Army structure. The Field Feeding SME will certify food handlers in food safety and protection when training time allows. Will be accountable for field feeding equipment at the STC. Will develop and initiate Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) and safety, and fire prevention programs for Field Feeding Training. Will provide familiarization training on Army Food Mgt Information System (AFMIS). Will specializes in providing scalable technical and tactical, field feeding training to logistics warriors and leadership to support the war fighter. Other duties as assigned.


Medical Trainer 68W

Seeking highly motivated SGT or SSG to join the team that trains to maintain! This NCO provides guidance and facilitates training in the 68W MOS as outlined. Prepares and conducts instruction for the 68W MOS and collective medical training tasks in a classroom, technical and tactical environment. Instructs up to 24 Soldiers on individual through collective tasks standards IAW with current doctrine; ensures all equipment, materials and training aids and resources are serviceable and current. Reviews and develops lane training and submits changes as necessary; maintains and requests repair of assigned equipment as required. Plans, prepares and conducts training for 68W personnel and medical sections in accordance with Leaders Guide to Lanes Training guidance (TC 25-10), ADP 7-0 and ADRP 7-0, and Leaders Guide to After Action Reviews. Plans, facilitates and evaluates daily After Action Reviews (AARs) with rotational unit personnel. Responsible for the administration and enforcement of all safety requirements within the section in accordance with FM 5-19. Other duties as assigned.


FMC Vehicle Mechanic 91B

Provides guidance and facilitates training for the Field Maintenance Company. Soldiers in the 91B MOS as outlined. The light-wheel vehicle mechanic supervises and performs unit maintenance and recovery operations on gasoline and diesel fueled light-wheel vehicles (prime movers designated as 5 ton or less and their associated trailers), and associated items; supervises unit maintenance and recovery operations on track and heavy-wheel vehicles, and on Material Handling Equipment (MHE). Maintains power assisted brake systems, wheel vehicle suspension systems, wheel vehicle wheel/hub assemblies, wheel vehicle mechanical (manual) steering systems, wheel vehicle hydraulic (power) steering systems, and wheel vehicle crane/ hose/winch assemblies. Plans, prepares and conducts training for 91B/H Repair sections in accordance with Leaders Guide to Lanes Training guidance (TC 25-10), ADP 7-0 and ADRP 7-0, and Leaders Guide to After Action Reviews. Plans, facilitates and evaluates daily After Action Reviews (AARs) with rotational unit personnel. Responsible to administer and enforce all Safety requirements within the section in accordance with FM 5-19.


GSE AC Power Generation 91L_C_D_J

Provides guidance and facilitates training in the 91D MOS as outlined. Directly responsible for organizational and direct support maintenance of power generation for generators ranging from 5K to 60K. Maintains tactical utility, precise power generation sets, internal combustion engines, and associated items of equipment. Organizes work schedules, assigned workloads, responsible for the disposition, evacuation and transportation of all equipment that requires higher echelon maintenance. Plans, prepares and conducts training for 91D Repair sections in accordance with Leaders Guide to Lanes Training guidance (TC 25-10), ADP 7-0 and ADRP 7-0, and Leaders Guide to After Action Reviews. Plans, facilitates and evaluates daily After Action Reviews (AARs) with rotational unit personnel. Responsible to administer and enforce all Safety requirements within the section in accordance with FM 5-19.

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