Position: Logistics Analyst
Location:  Fort Campbell, Kentucky with 10% short term domestic travel
Type:Full Time Position  Beginning 1 October 2020
Benefits: Market Competitive Salary and Benefits

Key responsibilities include:

Manages life cycle property and configuration management for test/trainer equipment hardware and software.

Maintains accountability of Government Hand Receipt accounts with the Army’s Global Combat Support System (GCSS-A), ensuring all established Property Book Office (PBO) regulatory requirements are met.

Recommends inventory control and accountability processes for hand receipt accounts.   

Provides location assessment and documentation input of property and equipment.

Responsible for property additions, turn-ins, lateral transfers in/out; cyclic, sensitive items and annual inventory tracking; shipping, receiving, inspection, storing, issue, delivery and set up of organizational and installation property. 

Manages software and hardware licensing and warranties. 

Follows established Configuration Management (CM) processes regarding software management.

Manages/maintains integrity of the various integration repositories.

Properly processes and catalogs all software and hardware.

Manages Bench Stock inventory and generates and validates Build of Materials (BoMs). 

Prepares and executes classified transmittal paperwork handling per ESI-PRC-1872 and work with security personnel to ensure proper procedures are followed.

Prepares purchase packages and supports Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Tracking and budgeting.

Enhances product workflow by analyzing and developing logistics plans that affect production, distribution, and inventory.

Solve complex life cycle logistics problems in support of Government requirements. 

Develop, update and manage policies, instructions, procedures and strategies in accordance with statutory, regulatory, and policy processes and procedures. 

Develop, review, analyze, and validate comprehensive Product Support Strategies. 

Effectively use methods and tools to mitigate risks, including planning for risk, assessing risk areas and developing risk management options. 

Develop presentations and information papers; research, analyze, and compile data into information, decisional, and instructional briefings; and develop metrics to track level of effort and progress in preparation for senior level reviews and updates. 

Requirements for an Applicant to be considered for the position:

Minimum of 8 years of logistics experience and a bachelor’s degree or an additional 4 years of experience

Experience conducting full scope logistics support to an element of the US Government 

Experience with Army Property Book and associated policies and procedures

Ability to work independently

Strong tact and diplomacy with good written and oral communication skills 

Must be able to clearly articulate and communicate via email, phone calls, presentation in front of key leaders, and/or video teleconference

Minimum of a U.S. Secret Clearance

Successful candidates will have: 

Excellent writing skills

Prior military logistics experience 

Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks with minimal supervision

Able to work efficiently and meet deadlines

Prior experience with Android and Windows mobile operating systems is a plus

Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project)

 

HOW TO APPLY  

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to Resume@blackrockstrategy.com. 

While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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