Logistics Management Specialist
|Title:||Logistics Management Specialist|
|Location:||Great Lakes, IL|
- Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Force targeted an increase in the Sea, Air, and Land (SEAL) and Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) forces. As part of the effort to support and sustain this requirement, the Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWCEN) has developed the NSW Preparatory Course. The Logistics Management Specialist shall manage all logistics involved with this program.
Duties and responsibilities
- Manage all logistics involved with this program
- Distribute and appropriately handle and maintain inventories necessary to training (e.g. medical gear, training supplies, training equipment, gym equipment, instructor, and student gear issues).
- Coordinate with the OIC to ensure that the students receive the necessary gear/equipment to train. Communicate with the OIC to maintain inventory levels for all required student gear at all times.
- Direct, develop, and perform logistics management operations that involve planning, coordinating, and evaluating the logistical actions required to support the NSW Preparatory Course.
- Track inventory of material purchased or furnished by NSWCEN to include but not limited to training equipment and gear issued to students
- Recommend the specific requirements for inventory levels and material, and correlate those requirements with program plans to ensure that the required materials are provided at the right time and place.
- Possess working knowledge of agency program planning, funding, and management information systems (computer programs), as well as a broad knowledge of logistical support.
- Possess specialized knowledge of logistics support activities involved including, but not limited to, maintaining inventory of all student and instructor equipment, as well as Government property. Organize and enter data into logistics information systems. Coordinate with OIC on facilities, budget, transportation, and procurement functions. Integrate the separate functions of planning and implementing them into a logistics management program.
- Coordinate with the OIC to perform resource allocation requirements to include, but not limited to, effective programming, management, allocation, and execution of program resources. Submit Unfunded Requirements (UFR's) to OIC for both facility upgrades and appropriated fund requests enhancing student equipment for Naval Special Warfare Preparatory Course.
- Shall have appropriate level(s) of education to perform the required function – at a minimum, shall possess a High School Diploma
- All contract personnel shall undergo a National Agency Check with Local Agency and Credit Checks (NACLC) background check prior to employment
Working conditions are within a normal office environment.
This opening is closed and is no longer accepting applications