CACI has an immediate opening for a Logistics Analyst, with recent RSupply (Unit Level - Patriot Release) experience to support Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) on logistics analysis and training efforts under our USFFC Naval Forces Logistics Program.
-- In-depth database analysis of logistics data to include RSUPPLY and OMMS-NG.
-- On-site over the shoulder and formal training.
-- Technical support to supply assist visits and inspections in response to the Fleet Readiness Plan (FRP).
-- Subject matter expert support to business process improvement reviews of emerging information systems.
-- Technical support for logistics information application upgrades and installs.
-- Technical input to briefs for TYCOM staff, to include charts, graphs, and PowerPoint presentation.
-- Subject matter expert support for revision of TYCOM policies and instructions.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
-- Typically requires a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Management, or related business discipline. As a substitute for the degree, seven years of hands-on experience in a Navy automated logistics management may be utilized. Training related to the degree substitute provided at Navy schools is considered hands on experience.
-- In addition to any experience which is substituted for education, the Logistics Analyst lead must have seven to nine years of experience in Navy automated logistics systems (NTCSS/RSupply).
-- Must have experience with RSUPPLY Unit Level (Patriot), OMMS-NG, Microsoft Office products (specifically Excel, Word,Access, PowerPoint), and NMCI.
-- Must have a current DOD SECRET clearance.
-- Experience with End Use B1 transaction and Job Order number (JON) accounting highly desirable.
Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.
US-Virginia Beach-VA-NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BCH