Support Manpower Specialist

Springfield, VA
Full Time
Experienced

READY TO JOIN OUR TEAM?

Do you have experience as a Full Time Support Manpower Specialist? Do you want to grow your skills and advance your leadership in the Force Management Community? If so, then we invite you to read on.

 

ABOUT THIS ROLE

St. Michael’s is hiring a Support Manpower Specialist to support a DoD client. As the Support Manpower Specialist you will serve as the resident expert on all Full Time Support (FTS) manpower, force accounting, requirements and authorizations, and documentation matters. You will be responsible for the data analysis of the RCMS and the AOS using Structure and Manpower Allocation System (SAMAS), the Army’s Force Management System (FMSWeb), and Full Time Support Table of Authorizations (FTSTDA) documents/data. You will analyze the impact of FTS manpower changes, develop alternatives for achieving change, and recommend preferred courses of action. From a force accounting and documentation perspective, you will review and evaluate Generating Force Total Army Analysis (TAA) issues to and from MACOM Army-wide for implementation into the Structure and Manpower Allocation System (SAMAS). You will be in a client-facing role that will benefit from your previous manpower analysis and experience. Our core value of Excellence in Reputation will be paramount to this role as you will serve as the resident expert on all Full Time Support (FTS) manpower, force accounting, requirements and authorizations, and documentation matters on this team.

 

LOCATION

Ft. Belvoir, VA

 

WHO YOU ARE

  • Seven (7) years’ experience and knowledge working with the methods and tools used across the entire Army Reserve Full Time Support process; from the generation of Full Time Support Manpower requirements through the development and execution of sourcing the requirement.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, Mathematics or related field of study.
  • Active Secret Clearance.
  • Potential Telework.

 

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?

What makes us different? Working at St. Michael’s presents unique benefits and an opportunity to reap the rewards of your hard work and dedication through the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). Join St. Michael's to become a part of a "Company with a Conscience" that serves the people and organizations who keep our country safe.

 

 

St. Michael's is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Vet.

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