Storage Operation Branch, Multi-Class Storage Division, Directorate for Supply and Transportation, USA Materiel Support Center, Korea, APO AP 96260-0286
KGS-6 : Between 16,208 Won and 23,319 Won
KGS-7 : Between 17,967 Won and 25,919 Won
TOUR OF DUTY: 40 hours per week
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: All current USFK KN employees located in Area IV, serviced by Civilian Human Resources Agency - Far East Region
NOTE: 1. Target Grade of this position is KGS-7. If the position is filled at the lower grade than target grade, the incumbent may be promoted to target grade non-competitively upon satisfactory completion of the job requirements, recommendation by the supervisor, and subject to meeting time-in-grade and qualification requirements. 2. This position has been designated as KN EMERGENCY-ESSENTIAL (MISSION ESSENTIAL). KN EE (ME) Position Agreement Form (USFK Form 200EK) must be signed prior to appointment of the selectee for this position. 3. Relocation Allowance will NOT be authorized for the selectee from outside the commuting area.
KGS-7 : Serves as Supply Technician performing technical work in support of operational storage and distribution activities within US Army Materiel Support Center. 1. Participates in planning and developing storage plans to achieve maximum utilization of available space consistent with approved policies and plans. Applies techniques, personal observation and review of data to recommend change in methods and procedures for storage activities. Provides technical data to study and evaluate floor plans and layout to determine adequacy of handling space, arrangements, and accessibility; makes recommendations for storage and warehousing activities associated with loading and unloading techniques, palletizing methods, turnover experience, surveillance and inspection practices, control of receipt, release, adjustments and inspection documents. 2. Performs technician tasks involved in studying and determining suitability of existing covered and open storage sites and facilities, considering bin and bulk requirements, items characteristics, commodities requiring special handling, aisle areas, ventilation, and packing-preservation needs. Performs limited studies of feasibility and efficiency of material handling equipment and other storage aids in relation to space needs versus space loss; evaluates adequacy of weigh distribution, fire and safety provisions. Provides technical assistance in operating storage facilities and related requirements, to include space allocations and data in order to make on-the-spot surveys to recommend for determination of proper space use, amount occupied or vacant, additional warehousing and/or warehousing needs in relation to quality and nature of incoming supplies and tonnage. Sketches proposed plans for the storage unusual items with regards to stacking, binding and marking to provide for adequate handling, stoppages of appropriate sites and facilities for storing items handled by the Center. Performs administrative support work in preparing feeder data for the master storage plans and required reports for the activities as required. 3. Oversees work performed by lower graded employees engaged in the operations of the warehouse and storage facilities. Assists in resolving operations problems. Provides assistance and advice to the supervisor on the needs of operations effectiveness. Recommends changes in methods techniques and performance practices to improve distribution and storage operations including workloads, manpower and equipment requirements. Performs other duties as assigned.
KGS-6: One year of specialized experience at grade level of KGS-5 or equivalent.
KGS-7: One year of specialized experience at grade level of KGS-6 or equivalent.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Experience which has equipped the candidate with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) to successfully perform the duties of the position. To be credited, specialized experience must have been at least equivalent to the next lower grade level.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPETENCY: The approval of management panel to determine English conversational skill is required.
HOW TO APPLY : Applicants must submit an Application for Employment (USFK Form 130EK) by on-line resume. It is imperative that each item of the application be accurately and completely filled in and properly certified. Application that are not completed, incorrect will not be processed. You may get a specific guidance for it thru “How to Build an Application” on the web site, https://cpolrhp.cpol.army.mil/fer.
WHERE TO APPLY : Applications should be sent to CHRA-FER thru on-line web site, https://cpolrhp.cpol.army.mil/fer/.
Applications submitted without on-line resume (hand-carry, post mail, fax, e-mail, etc.) will not be processed.
EMPLOYMENT POLICY : It is the policy of USFK to employ based on qualifications and merit. No employee may request, offer, or accept gratuity, in exchange for employment or promotion within USFK, nor may they interfere with applicants exercising their rights to apply for consideration. Any employee found guilty of these practices will be subject to removal from USFK employment. Anyone aware of acts or omissions contrary to this policy is urged to immediately contact the servicing CHRA/HRO/CPF or HQ USFK, CPD, ATTN: FKCP-SES, Unit #15237, APO AP 96205-5237.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION : For more information on Korean National employment program, please contact Civilian Personnel Advisory Centers: Taegu 053-470-7825 (DSN: 768-7825)