Lockheed Martin is seeking a Logistics Management Analyst for a position in OCONUS. Duties include:
Perform property management activities including but not limited to receiving, posting, issue, disposal, and any other life cycle sustainment activities in support of the task order.
Perform data cleanse, analysis, reconciliation, and stock record maintenance in the assigned Accountability Property System of Records (APSR) GCSS-Army and other systems such as DST and LMP.
Prepares DD Form 1348, DA form 3161, DA form 3318, DA form 2062, DA Form 2407, DA Form 2404, Missing Parts Notifications, Notifications of Non Fair Wear and Tear damage, Trip Reports and Shipping paperwork (DHL/FEDEX, USPS, DD 1149, US Customs Declaration etc.) IAW instructions received from supervisory personnel
Ensures security requirements for the storage, issue and/or shipment and transport of COMSEC and Sensitive Items are adhered to
Prepares equipment for onward movement IAW instructions received from supervisory personnel
May operate GMV, NSCV, ATV, Bobcat, MHE and/or commercial vehicles in the conduct of daily duties
and assignments and may be required to perform routine operator maintenance on same
Cleans, packs, crates, loads, unloads, palletizes and prepares necessary paperwork for equipment movement (by ground and/or air transport) to/from FOB, AOB, APOD, DRMO, Class II, IV and VII warehouses and/or shipment/retrograde to locations outside the Theater of operation. Utilizes RFID technology and GTN services, when available or as otherwise directed, to track equipment in transit.
Adheres to local physical security procedures and requirements and immediately reports violations to SOFSA FWD supervisory personnel.
Follows manual warehousing storage, location and inventory procedures
Conducts inventories of component items to major end items ensuring all recoverable/non-expendable items are physically present or otherwise accounted for prior to accepting the item for turn in from the user. Discrepancies will be documented on appropriate forms and immediately brought to the Supervisors attention for specific guidance/resolution.
Upon direction, removes serviceable parts from equipment prior to the item being turned-in to CMRE or DRMS.
Individual is expected to remain available to provide customer support 24/7
Performs other logistic related duties as assigned
Provides direct and/or indirect oversight of the operation of multiple equipment transfer points
Coordinates for the shipment and tracking in transit of replacement Spare Pool and SOF Peculiar Equipment (SOP) for CJSOTF from CONUS
Monitors the shipment and tracking of equipment returned for OEM repair throughout the repair and return process.
Prepares reports, maintains files, conduct briefings and supervise personnel engaged in complex logistic and maintenance support functions associated with the transport, storage, turnin, issue and/or direct exchange of military equipment to/from remote locations
Candidate selected will travel to Fayetteville, NC to in-process
GCSS-Army work experience and other Logistics Information Systems.
A minimum of five (5) years Supply or Property Book experience.
A thorough and complete understanding of manual Standard Army Logistics Management Systems.
Ability to remain available to provide customer support 24/7
Must have the ability to resolve problems with little or no outside assistance
Able to deploy to, through and over combat or hostile fire areas, to include Forward Operation Bases (FOB), and Advance Operating Bases (AOB) and APOD areas, via SOCCENT FWD approved air transport
Ability to inventory and account for major fielding's equipment and parts and spare pool stocks shipped to Address of Record (AOR)
Ability to implement standard operating procedures for the classification and turn-in of unserviceable equipment IAW HQ DA Regulations, SOCCENT policies and J4 USSOCOM guidance
Must pass pre-deployment medical screening and possess the physical strength to lift and move equipment weighing up to 50 pounds.
Able to travel internationally
The successful candidate will be required to successfully complete customer required International Readiness Certifications. For more information please review more requirements at:
Lockheed Martin Corporation