The Logistics Manager is responsible for all supply operations performed under the contract.
The Logistics Manager will manage a team of logisticians, supply chain analysts, the data analyst, the warehouse, and the tool room with the day to day mission of procuring, storing, issuing and maintaining CL IX stock for use by the maintenance section on the US Army vehicles.
Create and brief logistics presentations for weekly IPTs.
Report order status for sustainment of multiple Army platforms.
Work with logistics team to establish minimum sparing levels and reorder points.
Provide training on current inventory management systems to logistics team to ensure accurate inventory accountability.
Work with procurement team and vendors to lower lead times for repairs and new purchases.
Maintain the formal government accountable records for wholesale equipment, less CL VIII, stored or in a maintenance cycle at APS-3 sites using the AWRDS and LMP databases.
The Logistics Manager must have a Bachelor's degree and at least eight years of supervisory experience in a military supply operation and a comprehensive knowledge of governing regulations, policies, and procedures.
The Logistics Manager must have a comprehensive knowledge of Army supply shipping, receiving, warehousing, inventory processes, and related regulations.
Intricate knowledge of analytical techniques and causative research skills to identify areas of needed emphasis to recommend improvements.
The Logistics Manager must possess operational skill and knowledge of the automated supply systems utilized.
The Logistics Manager is required to have a SECRET security clearance.
The Logistics Manager must possess the appropriate verbal and written communication skills to conduct meetings, prepare reports, create plans, and write working instructions necessary to execute procedures.