This position is in the Technical Assistance for Repairables Processing (TARP) Program. The program provides global logistics support to Navy Repairables Management under a contract sponsored and funded by NAVSUP WEAPONS SYSTEMS SUPPORT (WSS). This position is to support US Navy/Coast Guard ships and shore activities, US Marine Corp units, Military Sealift Command (MSC) Combat Logistics Force (CLF) ships, Fleet Readiness Centers, Advance Traceability and Control (ATAC) hubs and nodes, and other Services. The Logistics Analyst provides overall logistics support for the Navy Repairables process to include the physical logistics and integration of information, transactional data, material handling, storage, packaging, inventory management and transportation. The Logistics Analyst receives assignments in the form of objectives and establishes goals to meet outlined objectives. May provide work direction and guidance to other personnel on problem resolution. Has the knowledge and experience to be able to handle unusual and seldom occurring job events with minimal assistance. May determine methods and procedures on new assignments, may serve in a lead role and provide guidance to a wide range of personnel in multiple organizations.
Provides on-site support for logistics and the Navy Repairables Management process on behalf of NAVSUP WSS. Logistical support is technical in nature and applies to all Repairables processing performed afloat and ashore as well as oversight for major offloads and recapitalization projects. Performs system analysis, life cycle maintenance and integrated product support (IPS) of major Navy weapon systems. Controls the efficient flow of goods, services and information in order to meet customer requirements. Ensures the execution and continuous improvement of standard logistic processes. Tasks include program formulation, policy planning, coordination, integrated logistics processes, joint planning logistics, product support, asset visibility and material management. Contributes to the development of organization's goals and objectives. Decisions or failure to achieve results may cause substantial delays in schedules. Regularly interacts with outside customers and functional peer groups. Interaction normally requires the ability to gain cooperation of others conducting presentations of technical information concerning specific projects. Supports other logistics elements of the Navy Repairables process including Total Asset Visibility (TAV), Advanced Traceability and Control (ATAC) hubs/nodes, Carcass Tracking, Stock-In-Transit (SIT), Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS), and the management of retrograde data. Facilitates and mentors the user of Automated Information Technology and the Navy electronic Repairables Management System (eRMS).
External Referral Eligible.
A Bachelor's degree in Management, Logistics or an equivalent related field from an accredited college or university and six years of logistics experience or 10 years of related Military logistics experience.
Occasional local and out of area travel required.
The Logistics Analyst must have a minimum of six (6) years of logistics experience with background and knowledge of the US Navy Retrograde Processing. The Logistics Analyst must have knowledge of the Navy Supply System and NAVSUP Weapon System Support Inventory Management and Depot Level Repairables (DLRs). Strong analytic, problem solving, and interpersonal skills are desired along with proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Excel/Access and other software. Must be able to manage, utilize, display, and report Navy Repairables data. Works on problems of diverse scope where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors. Exercises independent judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Candidate must be physically capable of traveling and working aboard Navy/Coast Guard ships and in remote locations to support logistics operations.
Experience with NAVSUP Weapons Systems Support (WSS), Business Systems Center (BSC) Global Logistics Support (GLS) and Fleet Logistics Centers (FLCs). Knowledge of US Navy Supply Systems to include, eRMS, RSUPPLY, Navy ERP, One Touch Supply including interfaced logistics systems FLIS, PDREP, and FACTS. Knowledge of US Navy Depot Level Repairables (DLRs) management, including experience in Carcass Tracking and Stock in Transit (SIT). Knowledgeable in MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP processing policy and procedures including DOD mandated programs such as Supply Deficiency Reports (SDR) and Supply Chain Management.
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