1SG Joseph Robinson
515-727-3565
joseph.d.robinson26.mil@mail.mil
Current Openings
SFC Joseph Thibault
515-727-3543
joseph.d.thibault.mil@mail.mil

Due to the access issue Tour of Duty (ToD) is experiencing, if you can't get to ToD and want to be considered for a position, please email one of the POC's with: Record Brief, last 3 evals, Military Bio, last 2 APFT (DA 705), and inform them on which position you would like to be considered for. If selected, you will need to be able to access ToD to get orders; there is no substitute for that.

Additional positions to be posted soon.

ID # Title Start End Description
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229061 Instructor
MOS: 68J
Rank: E6
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Serves as a collective lanes trainer for the Sustainment Training Center (STC) medical training program. Responsible to support the program by executing mission and training operations at the section and Soldier level. Implements detailed plans in support of current Army policies and STC strategies. SME in medical logistics at the Brigade Medical Supply Office (BMSO) level and Echelons above Brigade (EAB). Reviews and understands the ordering and issuing of Class VIII, medical maintenance requirements and blood products. Responsible for executing Class VIII annual budget. Manages class VIII supplies and updates Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support Customer Assistance Module (DCAM) with shortages and on hand quantities in order to support training program. Develops and supervises medical logistics training, to include DCAM, within the medical training program. Responsible for medical equipment maintenance and repair. Ensures the proper collection, control, transportation, and disposal of regulated medical waste in accordance with Army policies and regulations. Adheres to policies and standards for unit readiness and assists with unit efforts to meet readiness standards. Primary evaluator of medical supply support for unit evaluations.
229062 Instructor
MOS: 68K/P
Rank: E6
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Serves as a collective lanes trainer for the Sustainment Training Center (STC) medical training program. Responsible to support the program by executing mission and training operations at the section and Is concerned with the execution of Role 2 diagnostic services, plans and training in support of assigned missions. Diagnostic services SME who reviews and understands medical laboratory and radiology services. Can perform, or able to learn analytical procedures in hematology, urinalysis, chemistry, blood banking, and microbiology screenings. Responsible for laboratory and x-ray equipment readiness. Develops training needs and supervises training, to include blood management. Adheres to policies and standards for unit readiness and assists with unit efforts to meet readiness standards. Primary evaluator of diagnostic services for unit evaluations.
229064 Instructor
MOS: 68W
Rank: E3/4
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Serves as a collective lanes trainer for the Sustainment Training Center (STC) medical training program. Responsible to support the program by executing mission and training operations at the section and Soldier level. Implements detailed plans in support of current Army policies and STC strategies. Is concerned with the execution of operations, plans and training in support of assigned missions. Reviews and understands operations and concept plans to include simulation exercises. Adheres to policies and standards for unit readiness and assists with unit efforts to meet readiness standards.
229065 Instructor
MOS: 68W
Rank: E5/6
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Serves as a collective lanes trainer for the Sustainment Training Center (STC) medical training program. Responsible to support the program by executing mission and training operations at the section and Soldier level. Implements detailed plans in support of current Army policies and STC strategies. Is concerned with the execution of operations, plans and training in support of assigned missions. Reviews and understands operations and concept plans to include simulation exercises. Develops training needs and supervises training to support those needs. Adheres to policies and standards for unit readiness and assists with unit efforts to meet readiness standards. Primary evaluator of patient holding for unit evaluations.
229068 FSC NCOIC
MOS: 91Z, 92A, 88M
Rank: MSG/E8
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Serves as the Forward Support Company NCOIC for the Army National Guard Sustainment Training Center (STC), Camp Dodge, IA; Has a direct role in the planning and execution of ARNG, Reserve and Active Component Distribution Companies training and evaluation; Utilizes Training and Evaluation Outline (T&EO) to prepare Maintenance Companies for their next year's mission; Collects and analyzes data on ARNG readiness and trends to refine and enhance training; Mentors and develops STC Maintenance Soldiers and civilians (T10 AGR, T10 ADOS, T32 AGR, T32 ADOS, Department of Army Civilians, Technicians, Contractors). Responsible for advising the FSC WOIC on enlisted matters, promotions, maintaining and enforcing standards, personnel accountability, standard compliance with regulations, monitoring and enforcing maintenance standards. Evaluates the Forward Support Command Post (CP) and Company Headquarters. Must understand in detail all aspects of a Distribution Company Platoons and Sections. Additionally must possess a general knowledge of all companies within a Brigade Support Battalion. Must be familiar with Troop Leading Procedures (TLPs), WARNO, OPORD, FRAGO, radios, Joint Capabilities Release (JCR), Tactical Ground Reporting System (TIGR), operational terms and graphics, war fighting functions (mission command, movement and maneuver, intelligence, fires, sustainment, and protection) dispatching, licensing, and vehicle inspections. Completes tasks in support of STC SPO in order to meet mission requirements. Performs other duties as appointed or assigned.
229069 Instructor
MOS: 88M
Rank: E6
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Provides guidance and facilitates training for Forward Support Company Soldiers in the 88M MOS. The Motor Transport Operator supervises or operates wheel vehicles to transport personnel and cargo. Operates all wheeled vehicles and equipment over varied terrain and roadways for support of combat operations. Oversees and checks proper loading and unloading of cargo on vehicles and trailers. Secures cargo against inclement weather, pilferage, and damage. Operates vehicle component Material Handling Equipment (MHE) as required. Employs land navigation techniques. Must be knowledgeable with the operation of radios and weapons when they are mounted on the vehicle. Must be familiar with Troop Leading Procedures (TLPs), WARNO, OPORD, FRAGO, radios, Joint Capabilities Release (JCR), Tactical Ground Reporting System (TIGR), operational terms and graphics, war fighting functions (mission command, movement and maneuver, intelligence, fires, sustainment, and protection) dispatching, licensing, and vehicle inspections. Performs vehicle self-recovery and field expedients to include towing vehicles. Corrects or reports all vehicle deficiencies; supports mechanics when necessary. Prepares vehicle for movement: shipment by air, rail, or vessel. Completes tasks in support of STC SPO in order to changing mission requirements. Performs other duties as appointed or assigned.
229071 Instructor
MOS: 68W
Rank: E5/7
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Provides guidance and facilitates training in the 68WMOS 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 asks 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.
230774 Instructor
MOS: 91F
Rank: E5/6
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Support Armament maintenance lanes for collective training. Provides doctrinal standardized maintenance training for the field level maintenance facility's Armament Section; provides instruction, mentors and evaluates National Guard, Reserve, and Active Component units during training rotations; Ensures all repairs are completed to technical standards. Responsible for the coordination of equipment and resources for upcoming unit rotations. Plans, prepares and conducts training for Armament 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. Must have experience in small arms, towed artillery or fire control repair. Must be familiar with field level maintenance. Must be familiar with Microsoft Office software application including: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
230784 Maintenance/Recovery Operations
MOS: 91 Series
Rank: E5/6
1 Oct 2019 30 Sep 2020
Performs unit maintenance and recovery operations on gasoline and diesel fueled light-wheel and heavy-wheeled vehicles (prime movers designated as 5 ton or less and their associated trailers), and associated items; performs 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. Maintains and services recovery vehicles and equipment during off training rotations periods. Ensures current technical manuals, field manuals, and training circulars are available. Additional duties as assigned.

1 Nov 2019




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