Military Skills Translator: Army Supply Specialist

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If you're an Army unit supply specialist (92y) looking for a job, check out your skills and the civilian jobs they're suited for, based on the MOS Skills Translator.

Army, 92y, Unit Supply Specialist

One of the biggest barriers to searching for jobs is understanding how the skills you learned in the military translate to the civilian workforce. features a powerful tool that breaks down the unique abilities inherent to any military occupational specialty (MOS) and tells you what keywords and terms to use in your resume, as well as suggested job openings.

Your Skills Breakdown:

  • Cargo Handling
  • Documenting/Record Keeping
  • File system Development/Maintenance
  • Fire & Hazardous Material Prevention Techniques
  • Firearm and Explosive Handling
  • Inventory Management and Distribution
  • Logistics Support
  • Process Analysis and Improvement
  • Safety and Occupational Health Prgrams

Civilian Job Suggestions:

Delivery Driver – Delivery drivers haul all types of cargo through all types of populated areas. The unifying qualities they share, though, are diligence, timeliness, and professionalism. The job requires more than just good driving skills, it requires time-management, procedural correctness, and even business sense. Even if you didn't have direct experience as a delivery driver in the military, the qualities instilled in you through your service should more than suffice.

Transportation Operations – Shipping goods, merchandise, and cargo all across the United States is a complex undertaking. Finding optimal routes and methods of shippment isn't easy, so transportation operators servce as expert analyzers of that system. Each one oversees a small portion of the entire network, but their job is necessary to keep the system functioning.

Materials Supervisor – Large companies require large shipments of many types of materials. A materials supervisor ensures that the flow of resources within a company doesn't stagnate, stall, or break. There are many components to the process and a lot of things can go wrong, so the job requires individuals with the ability to make complex decisions while stressed.

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