SAIC is looking for experienced medical logistics professionals to join our team to assist the U.S. Air Force 438th Air Expeditionary Wing (AEW) in training the Afghan Air Force.
The 438 AEW has a requirement to Train, Advise, and Assist (TAA) the AAF on how to organize, staff, equip, and train their forces.
RS / CJ7 / CSTC-A and the TAAC-Air / 438 AEW will organize and conduct this training effort at AAF HQ and AAF Kabul Air Wing, located in a secure area adjacent to the Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA), and at other secure locations in Afghanistan.
The medical logistician shall provide a medical logistician / facility manager advisor and trainer that has experience with the Core-
Inventory Management System (IMS) software. The medical logistician shall train, mentor and manage the Afghan Medical Logistics Specialist (AMLS) to a working level knowledge of multi-
functional, end-to-end logistics and a wide range of processes IAW a training curriculum developed by the medical logistician and approved by the USG within 90 days of contract award.
The medical logistician shall operate primarily from Forward Operating Base (FOB) Oqab, attached to Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA) in Kabul.
However, the medical logistician may be required to complete temporary duty assignments to other AAF locations to include, but not limited to, KAF and MeZ.
The medical logistician shall advise and train the AAF on the proper management of all medical equipment and consumables, and shall assist with the identification and resolution of medical facility issues across the AAF.
The medical logistician shall have knowledge and experience with US Army medical equipment ordering and storage including cold chain storage of immunizations and shall advise and train the AAF on these topics as appropriate, and IAW established AAF processes.
Where AAF processes do not exist, the medical logistician shall assist the AAF in developing the required processes upon direction of the USG.
The medical logistician shall also make recommendations and assist the AAF in improving existing AAF processes to advance AAF medical logistics practices.
to include, but not limited to : software programs, and program editing, debugging, and associated functions pertaining to multi-
functional / multi-user information processing systems. Provide Data Base Management and cataloging expertise for maintaining CoreIMS and training of AAF CoreIMS users and administrators.
The medical logistician shall provide formal training on Automated Information Management tools, such as the CoreIMS modules.
Train, mentor, and manage user level automated information management processes and procedures IAW training curriculum. Conduct familiarization and other training on CoreIMS for the AAF, Coalition and other approved individuals as required.
The medical logistician shall plan and conduct technical inspections. Coordinate with the AAF on the development of Information Systems Plans (ISP) and Information Management Plans (IMPs) so that the automated system for Supply Chain Distribution will properly interface with the Information Management Master Plan (IMMP).
The medical logistician will work with the AAF to ensure Information Security (INFOSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC) and physical security requirements are properly maintained IAW regulations and policies.
Perform other duties related to medical logistics and facility management advising and training as assigned by TAAC-Air.
Force protection will be provided by authorized sources.