Division Mission Systems
Work Location AK, Anchorage
Implements and manages an efficient and cost-effective logistics support system that includes all transportation and supply functions necessary. Provides direction/supervision of personnel/procedures to ensure that property/material control, warehousing, and all supply and transportation activities satisfy all program logistics support functions; plans, monitors, and coordinates all transportation, to include airway bills, breakout of cargo, packaging, and appropriate handling of priority cargo. Effectively and efficiently applies analytical principles and techniques combined with knowledge of operating programs and their interrelationships. Analyzes the relationships of logistics programs, develops and evaluates long- and short-range support plans, and coordinates overall logistics planning. Responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable Import and Export Regulations, Exelis Systems Import and Export Policies, and Program Standard Operating Procedures. Provides training to all logistics personnel on license, technical assistance agreement terms and provisos. Provide support to our customer through direct interface, monthly deliverables, and reacting to requests for assistance or information in a timely and efficient manner.
Major Job ActivitiesResponsible for providing an integrated Logistics Management Program that supports all program locations. This program must ensure that all site requirements are responded to in a timely and expeditious manner, and that required items are tracked through this system until received on site.
Monitors and reports the performance of the logistics operations utilizing metrics and automated data management system. Performs site visits to assess performance and improve processes.
Responsible for maintaining stockage effectiveness rates for consumable items, reparable, and Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) items that meet Performance Work Statement (PWS) requirements.
Maintains a Storage and Materials Handling Program that physically segregates and properly tags property by condition while meeting the objectives of customer regulations.
Maintain a Logistics Operating Manual containing the supply management system operation procedures. A copy of the manual shall be maintained at each logistics operating location.
Responsible to manage a Property Control and Administration program IAW Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Part 45, Government Property.
Maintains control and accountability of all Government-Furnished Property (GFP) assigned to ITT for performance of the contract requirements. Receives GFP and maintains supporting documents and record keeping files. Works closely with the Government Property Administrator.
Responsible for proper marking of all property assigned to Exelis work centers and subcontractors. Controls hand receipt procedures and property storage as well as movement of property between the work centers and subcontractors.
Ensures an accurate physical inventory of all GFP is conducted as required by the contract. Performs record reconciliation based on the physical count and submits inventory adjustments to the Property Administrator. Responsible for transfer/disposition of all GFP items upon contract termination.
Responsible for vehicle operations, including shuttle services for both on site and off site locations. Create and review preventive maintenance inspection (PMI) schedules for vehicles and AGE equipment, ensuring vehicles are maintained to meet required safety standards. Ensures Special Purpose Vehicles (SPV) In Service Rates meet or exceed program requirements.
Responsible for Transportation Management Office (TMO) activities in support of all site personnel, including household goods (HHG) shipments. Also responsible for receiving all assets sent to the site, and for shipping all assets being returned to the U.S., or other locations, as directed by the Government customer.
Responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable Import and Export Regulations, Exelis Systems Import and Export Policies, and Program Standard Operating Procedures. Develops procedures, as needed, to ensure compliance. Provides training to all logistics personnel on license, technical assistance agreement terms and provisos. Investigates violations and provides documentation to the Program Manager.
Maintains oversight of Fuels Operations to ensure timely response to aircraft fueling and defueling needs in support of mission requirements. Coordinates deliveries to site to ensure adequate supplies of fuels are on hand to meet needs for aircraft, vehicles, and AGE equipment. Also responsible for managing LOX program and maintenance of associated equipment.
Manages the TMDE program to ensure all PMEL assets are maintained in accordance with manufacturer s specifications. This includes tracking all assets in the established logistics database and ensuring assets are rotated to calibration labs to meet calibration schedule requirements.
Performs other duties and assignments as required.
Material & Equipment Directly Used
Personal computer, printer, calculator, FAX machine, copy machine and other general office equipment.
Work is generally conducted in an office environment and at project work areas. Duties, however, may involve the conduct of work outdoors with potential exposure to extreme climatic conditions. May be required to work other than standard work hours to ensure effective customer support. Must be able to climb vertical ladders over 100 in length and inspect confined subterranean tunnels of significant length.
Work may require lifting up to 50 lbs., stooping, climbing, prolonged standing, prolonged sitting, and working with or in areas where a potential could exist for exposure to physical dangers and chemical or hazardous agents. Employee use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required in certain areas. Such PPE includes but is not limited to head, foot, hand, torso, respiratory, vision and hearing protective devices. Must comply with OSHA, EPA, Fire Regulations and published work rules.
One year related experience may be substituted for one year of education, if degree is required.
Bachelor s Degree in Business, Logistics or related field or equivalent experience.
Minimum six to eight years experience in a logistics environment, including transportation, supply, and warehouse and inventory management. Practical and working knowledge of Government regulations, policies, and procedures. Two years of progressively responsible purchasing and subcontracting, one of which is in a supervisory capacity. Five years of experience in a Defense Logistics procurement environment. A broad and comprehensive knowledge of the theory, principles, and methods required to plan and direct a major logistics operation is desirable.
Clearance Level Required at Start Date Secret