If you would like to be a part of a Federal organization dedicated to serving our Nation and those who defend it, consider a career with the Department of Defense (DoD) Office of the Inspector General (OIG). The incumbent serves as a senior level Logistics Management Specialist with responsibility for the development and management of logistics operations and services for support of OIG personnel deployed to contingency operation (CO) locations including overseas locations.
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Identifies, negotiates, and projects life support requirements for permanent and visiting civilian and military personnel in overseas contingency operation locations such as Iraq and Afghanistan; secures and sets-up office space, equipment, communication (IT/Phone), furnishings, housing, warehousing, and safety. Identifies physical and information security requirements. Serves as the primary OIG point of contact on-site.Works directly with HQ, military, civilian and local nationals in executing the logistic support mission for an oversight agency in a hostile environment.
Reviews and receives classified briefings on security posture and physical security requirements. Manages transportation, shipping, and personnel movement using both military and commercial systems to transport personnel and property throughout and in/out of theater.
Oversees movement and acceptance of weapons and ammunition in foreign locations. Oversees movement of specialized equipment, furnishing, documents and files throughout the region. Trains OIG personnel on the use and storage of classified data.
Drafts, compiles, and presents before Command or Joint Acquisition Review Boards in-theater requirements to support the lease or acquisition of armored, unarmored vehicles, fuel, maintenance, and equipment. Serves as contracting officer representative. Assists in developing, refining, and reviewing pre-award documents such as statements of work, cost and price analysis, depreciation schedules, and vehicle maintenance requirements; ensures adequacy and compliance consistent with military command and relevant procurement and acquisition processes and regulations.
Serves as the on-site critical incident specialist and safety officer, ensures all personnel are aware of safety requirements and measures including warnings and alerts. Performs personnel accountability after all incidents and reports to designated officials and military command staff.
Coordinates with HQ and local command on matters related to continuity of operations. Provides OIG personnel medical treatment, medical evacuation, and emergency leave assistance. Coordinates with HQ staff on workers' compensation claims.Arranges counseling and training.Maintains current information of on-site resources and contacts.
76% or greater - You may be expected to travel for this position.
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
Position has been designated as Non-Critical Sensitive; incumbent is required to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.
New Hires are required to submit to urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment and are subject to random drug testing for the duration of service with DoD OIG. Organizational entities within the DoD are not required to conduct drug testing for DoD civilian employees transferring or reassignment from one DoD Testing Designated Position (TDP) to another TDP with no break in service within the DoD, unless deemed appropriate on a case-by-case basis by the gaining Component.
U.S. Citizenship is required for this position.
Requires between 86-90% or greater of temporary duty (TDY) travel within the Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside of the Continental United States (OCONUS.)
Incumbent is required to pass a pre-deployment physical as a condition of employment.
Will be required to travel internationally to include entering potentially hostile areas (i.e., Southwest Asia).
Incumbent will be authorized to carry a weapon while on duty during deployments to specified locations.
Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid military base permit when traveling to Overseas Contingency Operation locations.
Knowledge of transportation and movement control policies and procedures for contingency operations; military ground and air transportation systems; and related requirements, such as travel orders, protective equipment, country and theater clearances, and passport and visa requirements to ensure the safe and efficient travel of OIG personnel.
Knowledge of acquisition management to acquire equipment and property, develop pre-award documentation, present OIG requirements before command acquisition review and space management boards, and to serve as the Contracting Officer Representative on vehicle and maintenance leases or other contracts.
Ability to serve as the property custodian for the office; maintain accountability for all property assigned to the office account; perform an annual physical inventory of all assigned accountable property; maintain documentation; and report lost, damage, or destroyed property.
Knowledge of safety and security to operate among unique military and/or contingency installations providing widely varying support services.
Skilled in applying analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to identify logistics requirements, develop solutions, and justify proposals to OIG and military senior leadership.
Ability to communicate with General Officer and Command-level staff to present, defend, and obtain support for OIG personnel and ensure that support facilities meet mission requirements.
Ability to be trained and qualified on an M4 Carbine Assault Rifle and/or M9 Beretta 9MM to meet OIG and military requirements in OCO locations.
This job does not have an education qualification requirement.
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