Property Control Specialist (3928)

IAP Worldwide Services Fort Hood , TX 76544

Posted 5 months ago

IAP Ingenuity and Purpose

A leading international government contractor for more than 60 years, IAP provides a broad spectrum of services and solutions to U.S. and international government agencies and organizations. A world-class leader in providing seasoned program management, IAP leverages and integrates its capabilities to provide safe, innovative, and reliable solutions to meet customers' diverse and complex challenges. IAP's corporate headquarters is located in Cape Canaveral, FL, and operates in over 100 locations in 20 countries worldwide. IAP also maintains offices in Panama City, FL, Virginia, the United Kingdom, and the Middle East.


Performs tasks related to management, control, inventory, issue and receipt of client and IAP Property and Material. Ensure compliance with client & company policies, programs, procedures and strategies related to inventory control and proper consumption. Monitors inventory balances continuously to ensure over consumption or unauthorized consumption is not occurring. Coordinate day-to-day operation of all aspects of logistics (i.e., distribution, inventory control, fulfillment, etc.). Coordinate logistics activities with internal/external customers. Serves as a logistics liaison between IAP Logistics Staff, OCONUS agencies and freight forwarders. Perform inventories as necessary of IAP capital and non-capital assets within the OCONUS region assigned.

Essential Job Functions: (not limited to duties as described performs related duties as requested)

  • Conducts inventory audits in order to monitor production, consumption, and inventory levels.

  • Arrange warehousing and transportation of product to customer.

  • May investigate and respond to inquiries regarding distribution and shipping.

  • Verify accuracy of incoming and outgoing property & material shipments and orders I/A/W directives

  • Maintain appropriate records and prepares reports; maintain records of materials in inventory and on order; and update information in the property/material system to maintain auditable records.

  • Recommend logistics plans that affect distribution & inventory materials in order to enhance product flow.

  • May conduct distribution and network studies, monitor inventory and analyze requirements in order to achieve desired delivery times and order fill rates.

  • Coordinate logistics activities with internal/external customers to meet operational mission demands.

  • Perform inventories as necessary of IAP capital/non-capital assets within the OCONUS region assigned.

  • Creates commercial invoices (CI) and packing lists (PL) I/A/W regional regulations and restrictions

This position will be assigned to CONUS and OCONUS locations.

Level of Supervision: Self-starter requiring minimal supervision with understanding of property, logistics and material management, leadership qualities/technically strong with deductive and logical thinking capabilities.

Security Clearance: Must be a US citizen and hold or be able to obtain and maintain a Secret clearance

Required Skills

Knowledge & Skills:

  • Considerable knowledge of the supply chain operations including property, material and logistics.

  • Complete acquaintance with an understanding of the general and detailed aspects of the job, and their practical applications to problems and situations ordinarily encountered.

  • Demonstrated comprehension of the following property/material management functions: Property Management, Receiving, Identification, Utilization, Consumption, Physical Inventory Movement, Storage, Reports, Records, Disposition and Contract Closeout (Cradle to Grave)

  • Must have an understanding of material and property inventory procedures.

  • Must be able to reconcile inventory results and create an inventory report

  • Must be able to identify various items of property by sight.

  • Must be able to approach problems in a logical manner and solve them with available resources.

  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing; perform all essential functions of the position.

  • Ability to use good judgment when performing job functions and follow written and verbal instructions.

  • Ability to manage time and plan during contingency response while maintaining sustainment activities.

  • Well versed in DoD Service Component Logistics and Material Management concept of operations.

Required Experience

Education & Experience:

  • 5 years of related USG Property Control and Inventory experience experience with Navy preferred
  • 3 5 years HAZMAT experience preferred
  • PC literate (Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Access, Power Point, Visio).
  • 4 year degree in a field of study applicable to this field is desired

License & Certifications: USG Property and HAZMAT Shipping

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Property Control Specialist (3928)

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