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Property Management Specialist/Army JROTC Instructor

Date Posted: Jun 20, 2022

Job Description

Job Title

Position Title: Property Management Specialist/Army JROTC Instructor  

Location: Department of Military Science 

Salary: DFT Salary Schedule

Reports to: Director of Military Science 

Bargaining Unit: DFT 

Benefits Eligible: Yes 

In accordance with the Agreement between Detroit Federation of Teachers (DFT) and the Board of Education of the School District of the City of Detroit, the following vacancy is announced. 

Position Summary: 

The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Must have the ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time; exhibit manual dexterity to dial a telephone, to enter data into a computer terminal/typewriter; to see and read a computer screen and printed material with or without vision aids; hear and understand speech at normal classroom levels, outdoors and on the telephone; speak in audible tones so that others may understand clearly in normal classrooms, outdoors and on the telephone; physical agility to lift up 25 pounds to shoulder height and 50 pounds to waist height; and to bend, stoop, climb stairs, walk and reach overhead. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Responsible for providing direction and guidance to elements of the JROTC Program in supply management, involving equipment authorization, acquisition, disposal, and accountability of all United States Government property issued to JROTC.  
  • Must be a retired United States Military Commissioned or Non-Commissioned Officer. Must possess a Bachelor’s degree. 
  • Must meet the minimum qualifications required by the Department of Defense. Must possess effective instructional delivery techniques, excellent communication skills, and ability to motivate students to excel. 
  • Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Duties are normally performed in a warehouse/school/classroom environment. Duties may be occasionally performed on field trips away from school. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. 


Essential Functions 

  1. Forecast the annual budget requirements for supplies and equipment and maintain records of expenditures to ensure budgetary limitations are not exceeded. 

  1. Establish and maintain a consolidated supply operation for Army JROTC units within the school district. 

  1. Requisition, receive, store, issue, inventory, and account for supplies requisitioned through the Army Supply System IAW AR 710-2 and CCR 700-1, or commercial items acquired and/or paid for in accordance with current regulatory guidance and command policy using the Government Purchase Card (GPC).¿ 

  1. Secure and maintain adequate space to receive, store, and issue clothing, supplies, and equipment for applicable schools. 

  1. Establish a sub-hand receipt account at each school within the school district that hosts an Army JROTC unit and update hand receipts every six months. 

  1. Ensure accounts are cleared and a new hand receipt holder is assigned prior to a change of duty or transfer. 

  1. Supervise the security of all U.S. Government property. 

  1. Ensure a 10% monthly and a 100% physical inventory of all property is conducted annually and the results are furnished to the Installation Property Book Office (PBO) in a timely manner. 

  1. Ensure sensitive items are inventoried monthly and the report is submitted to the support installation IAW their guidance. 

  1. Maintain current record of all serial numbered items. 

  1. Ensure all requests, tum-ins, and hand receipt transfers are prepared in accordance with CCR 700-1. 

  1. Comply with AR 710-2, paragraphs 2-13 and 2-28c; and DA Pamphlet 710-2-1, Chapter 3 for lost, stolen or damaged equipment, which may require Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (DD Form 200), Cash Collections Vouchers, and Statement of Charges. 

  1. Package and ship all salvage items to military supply depot. 

  1. Ensure TDA equipment is documented or on request (provided funds are available and the excess equipment is turned in or a request for a change to the TDA has been submitted). 

  1. Initiate DD Form 250 Material Inspections and Receiving Report to acknowledge and report purchases of non-expendable items to the PBO within 3 working days. 

  1. Ensure that required documentation is maintained as a GPC Card Holder and the Billing Official (BO) is provided a copy for their records. Ensure the BO is provided copies of all transactions for review, approval, and certification of items purchased with the GPC. 

  1. Secure and maintain appropriate furniture and equipment to execute the mission IAW CTA. 

  1. Ensure Army JROTC units are only issued authorized property which is based on cadet enrollment at that unit. 

  1. Arrange for pick-up and delivery of laundry, dry cleaning, and alterations from Army JROTC units within the school district. 

  1. Prepare and maintain administrative and support reference materials, as required. 

  2. Visit schools to assist with logistical operations and conduct training for cadet logistics personnel at each school. 

  3. Maintain and open line of communication with all instructors. 

  4. Assist with the JROTC Program for Accreditation Requirements IAW CCR 145-8-3.  Also Serve as a Mentor/Evaluator of the Cadet Service Learning Project and Cadet Battalion Staff Continuous Process Improvement Plan. 

  5. Maintains certification as an Army Instructor IAW CCR 145-2 and US Army Cadet Command Directives. 

  6. Perform other duties as assigned by the DAI to include but not limited to JROTC classroom instruction; planning and executing JROTC instructor professional development; and assisting the Operations and Training Officer with training requirements.

Security Clearance: 

Internal Applicants 

If you are a current Detroit Public Schools Community District employee, you do not have to submit to a new security clearance, unless your new role requires a different type of criminal background check. 

External Applicants 

In alignment with Michigan law, if you are hired to fill a position, you will be required to submit to a Detroit Public Schools Community District criminal background check. Information regarding required background checks will be shared at point of hire. 

Method of Application: 

Applicants must apply through the on-line application system. Only applications submitted through the online application system will be considered for any posted position and all applications require a resume to be considered.

Successful candidates are required to submit official transcript(s) at point of offer to hire. Teaching service outside of the Detroit Public Schools Community District must be verified by the applicant's prior employer(s) prior to hire. It is the applicant's responsibility to provide all documentation (including copies) as requested.

Applicants requesting assistance during the application process should contact the Office of Human Resources via email at [email protected] or phone at (313) 873-6897. 

DPSCD does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation,transgender identity, disability, age, religion, height, weight, citizenship, marital or family status, military status, ancestry, genetic information, or any other legally protected category, in its educational programs and activities, including employment and admissions opportunities. Contact the Civil Rights Coordinator for more information at (313) 240-4377 or detroitk12.orglcompliance. 

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