|Title:||Transportation Specialist (3 FTEs)|
|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 Transportation Specialist shall drive contractor personnel as well as students to training activities.
Duties and responsibilities
- Drive/ Transport students in support of training evolutions etc. Transportation Specialists shall be required to drive contractor personnel as well as students. Contractors designated as Transportation Specialists who carry the necessary licenses shall be allowed to use Government vehicles for transportation of students and personnel to and from training evolutions.
- Coordinate with OIC, through the Logistics Management Specialist, on management of material including initial planning, provisioning and requirements determination, and process inventory from central stocks including distribution, accountability, and ultimate issue for consumption, retention or disposal.
- Possess knowledge of acquisition processes, automated records and control systems, material substitution criteria, and storage, issue, and disposal processes.
- Perform analytical work to manage, regulate, coordinate, or otherwise exercise control over supplies, equipment, or other material.
- Control all inventory issues to include but not limited to issuing of necessary training gear, organizing inventory, requesting inventory purchases, etc.
- Shall have appropriate level(s) of education to perform the required function – at a minimum, shall possess a High School Diploma, or equivalent
- Possess and maintain a military or civilian equivalent bus license (CDL-commercial driver’s license).
- 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.
Normal office environment mobility; sitting, walking, bending, stooping, standing, lifting a maximum of 25 pounds (greater than 25 pounds requires a two-person lift), turning, pushing. Normal office dexterity, to include; reaching, handling, grasping, to include typing/keyboard, and phone use.