92Y - Unit Supply Specialist (CMF 92)

Major Duties

The unit supply specialist supervises or performs duties involving request, receipt, storage, issue, accountability, and preservation of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable supplies and equipment.

10 Level Duty Description

Receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns in organization and installation supplies and equipment. Operates unit level computer (ULC). Prepares all unit/organizational supply documents. Maintains automated supply system for accounting of organizational and installation supplies and equipment. Issues and receives small arms. Secures and controls weapons and ammunition in security areas. Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons.

20 Level Duty Description

Performs duties shown at preceding level of skill and provides technical guidance to lower grade personnel. Inspects completed work for accuracy and compliance with established procedures. Coordinates supply activities. Reviews and annotates changes to unit material condition status report. Post transactions to organizational and installation property books and supporting transaction files. Determines method of obtaining relief from responsibility for lost, damaged and destroyed supply items.

30 Level Duty Description

Performs duties shown at preceding level of skill and provides guidance to lower grade personnel. Directs supply personnel in establishing supply and inventory control management functions. Maintains property under standard property book system (SPBS). Reviews daily and monthly records of issues of petroleum products and operating supplies. Provides technical assistance to equipment records and parts specialist. Assists and advises supply officer and commander.

40 Level Duty Description

Performs supervisory and management duties shown at preceding level of skill. Analyzes statistical data and reports to ascertain trends, conformance to standard and directives, and efficiency of operations. Coordinates logistical activities with other staff elements supply and service, and motor transport units. Conducts assistance visits to subordinate elements. Develops and executes training programs.

50 Level Duty Description

Supervises development and preparation of operations information, plans, maps, sketches, overlays, and related data to employ supply and service organizations. Contributes to staff development and operations of supply support data systems, equipment review, salvage and repair parts supply procedures. Performs liaison between staff and supported personnel to improve effectiveness of support activities. Conducts inspections and provides technical assistance to the Inspector General.

Physical Demands Rating and Qualifications for Initial Award of MOS

1.  Physical demands rating of heavy.

2.  Physical profile of 222222.

3.  Minimum score of 95 in aptitude area CL.

4.  Normal color vision.

5.  Mandatory formal training.

6.  No documented instances in the last 5 years of conduct that reflects adversely on the character, honesty, or integrity of the soldier, to include:

    a.  No conviction by court-martial or by any federal or state court.

    b.  No juvenile adjudication by state court.

    c.  No punishment under Article 15, Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) caused by incidents that reflect adversely on the soldier's integrity and lack of trust.

    d.  No letter of reprimand, censure, or admonition under the provisions of AR 600-37, Chapter 3.

    e.  Voluntary confession after proper rights warning according to Article 31(b), UCMJ, or under applicable federal or state law.

    Note:  Disqualification under this paragraph is waivable by a military review board.

7.  No other record of disciplinary action under UCMJ or pattern of behavior that indicates a lack of integrity or that is inconsistent with the 92Y position of trust.

8.  No conviction of other adverse disposition for criminal offenses listed as a misdemeanor or felony as outlined in AR 601-210, Chapter 4.  This criteria is not waivable.