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MERIT PROMOTION AND PLACEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT
KOREAN NATIONAL POSITION
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL FLIGHT OSAN AIR BASE
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: OAB-052-23
OPENING DATE: 1 Nov 23
CLOSING DATE: 9 Nov 23
POSITION TITLE & GRADE: Procurement Analyst, KGS-1102-07/09
SALARY: KGS-07: Between 23284 – 33615 won per hour
KGS-09: Between 27668 – 40097 won per hour
(Total hourly compensation when bonuses are included)
DUTY LOCATION: 51st Medical Support Squadron, Medical Logistics, Osan AB.
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: All current USAFK employees assigned within 51st Medical Group, DHA.
(Priority Group 5)
NOTE: Target grade of this position is KGS-09. If this position is filled at lower grade than target grade, the incumbent may be promoted to the target grade non-competitively upon satisfactory completion of the job requirements, recommendation by the supervisor, and subject to meeting time-in-grade and qualification. Newly hired NAF employees are required to serve no less than one year in the position to which they are initially hired before they can voluntarily accept any other position unless approved by management. Relocation allowances are not authorized for USFK employees selected from outside the commuting area.
MAJOR DUTIES: Serves as a Procurement Analyst to provide logistical/materiel acquisition and Service Contract support for the accomplishment of the 51st Medical Support Squadron’s mission. Refers policy matters or deviations from usual procedures to supervisor for disposition. As a Procurement Analyst, plan, develops, research, coordinates, and administers the activity’s acquisition requirements. Reviews and interprets contracting policy and prepares acquisition package for the acquisition of a variety of products and services, including specialized medical requirements. Develops local acquisition procedures and maintains familiarity with the applicable regulations. Analyzes acquisition process requirements based on regulatory changes and determines necessary action to ensure that applicable provisions of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), Defense Health Agency (DHA) policies, DHA procedures, and federal laws are incorporated. Provides advice and guidance on technical matters related to the implementation and utilization of acquisition policies and procedures. Researches, analyzes, and coordinate resolutions of unique problems on complex projects. Advises customers on the development of requirements for acquisition packages. Ensures that acquisition packages are accurate and complete and contain all required supporting documentation for submission to the contracting office. Participates in the operation and staff oversight of the Government Purchase Card Program. Reviews and analyzes Department of Army (DA) Government Purchases Card (GPC) standard operating procedures (SOPs)/DHA GPC SOPs and advises 51 MDG staff on micro-purchase authority acquisitions. Purchases may involve use of the credit cards under the $3,000 limit and $3,000 to $25,000 limit. Develops Continuity Program required for a variety of circumstances to better support acquisition program. Maintains current comprehensive records indicating the progress of assignment tasks and associated detailed data as to obligated amounts on purchases to assist using requirement activity under 51 Medical Group. Responsible on cost reports by using Defense Medical Logistics Support System (DMLSS) and paying all utilities and GPC. Coordinates actions with transportation, production, and other supply units. Coordinates with commercial carriers and US Government organization for the timely customs clearance of US Government property. Provides customs clearance support for USFK cargo requiring additional certification IAW ROK-US SOFA. Reviews and signs documents including government bills of lading, commercial bills of lading, and USFK form 95EK on cargo imported into Korea and certify it as duty free for Medical Group. Performs as a liaison agent between medical Materiel Section Staffs and local supplier or USAMMC-K (Army Medical Logistics). Assists Medical Materiel Warehouse by issuing submitting discrepancy reports and manage delivery schedules. As a Contracting Officer Representative (COR), process documents for Local and Central contract, coordinates with the 51 MDG Service Contract Manager (SCM). Analyzes and develops with all documentation to renew annual contracts and ensures accurate financial terms are provided. Performs in maintaining acquisition information for use by all the Department of Defense to pay specifications for contractor and vendor through Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF). Provides input based upon manipulation and adjustment of acquisition requirements on Defense Enterprise Accounting and Management System (DEAMS), or current financial document and accounting system. Researches, analyzes and develops data to construct comprehensive Independent Government Cost Estimates (IGCEs), Performance Work Statement (PWS) and Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP), Technical Evaluation Criteria (TEC), Operational Security (OPSEC) over sheet to set up service contract request package. Support to perform market research to determine availability of supplies/services and develops new sources based upon industry analysis and projected requirements. Supports to MTF accounts processes purchases of a broad range of medical and non-medical supplies, equipment, and service through a variety of methods. Maintains contract file system from development, pre-award, post-award, and termination or closure. Prepares and maintains technical and administrative reports on contractor’s performance, violations and deficiencies noted and submits monthly reports to the Contracting Officer. Establishes Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) to efficiently manage redundant and wasted duty hours, to review, interpret and apply guidance described in regulations and publications related to contract operations. Interprets, formulate and disseminate technical guidance relative to performance, utilization, operation and maintenance functions including reporting requirements, to create and update continuity files for a new contractor’s on-boarding concerned SOFA, Base Pass, and CAC including renewal for replacement contractor. Performs other related duties as assigned.
OTHER SIGNIFICANT FACTS: 1. May be required to use protective clothing or gear such as masks, gowns, safety shoes, goggles, hearing protection, and gloves. 2. Incumbent must maintain required training and certifications to maintain GPC, AFNET, MEDCOI and or other IT and application access. 3. Incumbent must maintain required hospital workers immunizations/vaccinations prescribed the 51 MDG Commander.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
KGS-07: One (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to KGS-05.
KGS-09: One (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to KGS-07.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Experience which is in or closely related to the line of work of the position to be filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) to successfully perform the duties of the position.
SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION FOR EXPERIENCE:
KGS-07: One full academic year of graduate level education in a field related to the position.
KGS-09: Master's or equivalent graduate degree in a field related to the position.
A TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH YOUR APPLICATION IF USING EDUCATION AS SUBSTITUTION FOR SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE. COURSES MUST BE DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE WORK OF THE POSITION.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMPETENCY:
1. The American Language Course Placement Test (ALCPT) score of 80 or above and successfully passing the English Comprehension Interview (ECI) is required.
2. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score of 540 and higher or the Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) score of 750 and higher may be substituted for ALCPT requirement. Applicant must submit the TOEFL/TOEIC official copies of test score. TOEFL and TOEIC scores are valid for two years from the exam date.
(TOEFL 또는 TOEIC 성적이 2년 만료일이 지났을경우 갱신된 성적을 제출 바랍니다.)
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY (KSA’s): To be rated best qualified applicants must have demonstrated possession of the following KSA’s essential to the performance of the duties of the positions:
- Knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations, and procedures and a wide range of contracting methods and types.
- Knowledge of commercial business practices and market conditions applicable to program and technical requirements.
- Knowledge of pre-award and post-award contracting policies and procedures to conduct reviews of a full range of contracts.
- Ability to recognize and analyze problems and make appropriate recommendations.
- Incumbent must be fluent in both Hangul and English, both verbally and in writing, with a strong vocabulary of medical phrases and terminology, to provide interpretation of medical documentation, results, and to successfully communicate between 51 Fighter Wing staff and Host Nation Foreigners.
- Requires knowledge/experience with DMLSS or current Logistics Management System, Windows Operating Systems, and Microsoft Office programs.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT: Osan AB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, creed, color, lawful political or other affiliation, marital status, sex, age or national origin or handicap.
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 such 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 Osan Air Base Civilian Personnel Officer, telephone 784-6706.
HOW TO APPLY: All current United States Air Force, Korea (USAFK) employees assigned within 51st Medical Group desiring consideration must complete an In-Service Placement Application Form at http://www.51fss.com/employment/, and forward it through e-mail to email@example.com or Osan Civilian Personnel Office, Bldg 936, Room 112, 51 FSS/FSCAXKN, APO AP 96278-2065 no later than the closing date. When current employee submit an In-service Placement Application Form to the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, the subject line must contain the announcement number and position title and grade for which current employee is applying for.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: For more information on Korean National Employment Program, please contact Civilian Personnel Office, at 784-6862 or 0505-784-6862.
YI, YONG CHA
Chief, KN Staffing Section
Civilian Personnel Flight
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