Imagine waking up in the morning, grabbing your coffee, and driving to work with a smile on your face because you genuinely love your job. These days, many people are concerned with just finding any job. But at the Department of the Army (DA) Civilian Logistics Career Management Office (CLCMO), our mission is to help build challenging, successful careers that last a lifetime. CLCMO provides life-cycle career management services aimed at developing multifunctional logisticians who are capable of operating and leading in a joint environment. The office performs its mission as the Executive Agent for the DA Deputy Chief of Staff, G–4, Functional Chief’s Representatives for the supply management (CP–13), materiel maintenance management (CP–17), and transportation and distribution management (CP–24) career programs through the leadership of William Moore, Deputy to the Commanding General of the Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee.
Specified occupational series and functional fields group together on the basis of population, occupational structure, grade range, and commonality of job and qualification characteristics.
These are the components that make up Career Programs. They are predetermined by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), an Executive Agency of the Federal Government.
Members of CP 13 execute Defense Life Cycle Logistics as defined in forecasting and demand planning, supply planning, sourcing, and inventory management occupations.
o Members of CP 17 perform functions in Life Cycle Logistics which consists of logistics design influence, integrated logistics support planning, product support and sustainment, configuration management, reliability and maintainability analysis, technical/product data management, and supportability analysis.
o Members of CP 24 plan, coordinate, synchronize, and execute force movement and sustainment tasks in support of military operations and are critical elements of transportation and distribution functions to include waterway shipments and ports.
A Career Map is a documented source that provides employees comprehensive information on all available opportunities for development within the Army that includes specific career paths that define progressive and sequential functional training, professional training and developmental requirements for specific types of careers that are needed for enhancement and promotion. The career map documents the associated training requirements, certifications and development at each level of progression that provides the requisite competencies required of the position or grade level.
Anyone interested in becoming an Army Civilian Logistician needs to go the federal civilian hiring website known as USAJOBS. The following link will take you to the site:https://www.usajobs.gov. Once you reach the site, you will see a box to enter‘Keywords’.Simply enter 2130 and hit ‘return. In the ‘Filters’section, click the drop box that says Department or Agency. You will see those departments and agencies app Then, check the box that says ‘Army’. You will now see vacancy announcements for positions Army-wide. It is essential to establish an account which is easily done by clicking the ‘Sign In’ icon in the upper right hand corner.On the following page, you will see ‘Create and Account’. Once that is done, you can begin the application process.... For those who are interested in Internships or Recent Graduate training, visit the Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM), the parent command of CLCMO, website at: https://cascom.army.mil/S_Staff/clcmo/da_intern.htm. There you will see how to contact CASCOM about internship opportunities and how to apply for them. Whether you apply directly through USAJOBS or the Internship program and are selected for a OS 2130 position, you will have the benefit of a Career Map to assist you with developing your long-term goals of advancement and self-satisfaction.