As the Theater Archive & Storage Manager, for the northern section of Afghanistan with fifteen US FOB’S under my authority for the DOD and DOJ, my duties were to support the LOGCAP III Project with the following: was to direct all facets of training operations and logistics, devising and executing a strategic long-term action plan for the archiving and dispatch to long-term storage in the U.S. of all Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) records received from the entire Afghanistan and Iraq Theater of Operations, Presented formal classroom training on archival processes to administrative staff. Developed and enforced strict performance standards and ensured compliance with all policies, procedures and regulations and address all problems and stakeholder concerns as they arose.
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Material?Custodial (Former Employee) – Seneca, SC – June 8, 2015
The job was pretty standard. Did have any real challenges or ways to move up with the company. A typical day was very slow and repetitive. I learned from there that not all companies really believe that their staff is a team and all opinions should be considered. Management was very one sided and only paid attention to those they liked. when a problems came up there was never 2 sides to a story they listened to the one they favored more. My co-workers were great even those who worked in other areas of the plant were great people to be around. The job was never hard. And to me the only thing I enjoyed about that job was the people I got to spend 8 hours of my day with.
I love my job and learned every day new technical meted of fixe also show cooperate for management every thing to do willingly good communications from my co-workers the hardest part of my job is always I like challenging the job or finishing the given job on time the most enjoyable part of the job is try the job well done .