This position will play a critical role in the proper tracking and accountability of potentially sensitive materials for key U.S. Army programs.
The Equipment Supply Specialist for CERDEC HQ will apply meticulous attention to detail to maintain databases and accurately monitor and control the movements of an array of materials across CERDEC directorates.
Support property book office by monitoring and controlling property movement and turn-ins.
Update Government property book Databases such as: Property Book Unit Supply-Enhanced (PBUSE), AESIP, and WEbFLIS, GCSS-A.
Identify property requirements and verify entries into corresponding hand receipts.
Develop and manage the Table Distribution Allowance (TDA), Section III, and Equipment, procedures to include additions, deletions, and quantity (increase/decrease).
Track equipment TDA excess and shortages using the Decision Support Tool (DST).
Perform annual reconciliation with the Property Book Office.
Perform corrective action to identified deficiencies found during reconciliation.
Identify and track DA directed divestiture of legacy equipment including, retention and replacement justification.
Knowledge and familiarity to put into practice the following Army Regulations: AR710-2, Supply Policy Below the National Level, 08 March 2008; AR735-5, Property Accountability Policies, 09 November 2016; AR71-32, Force Development and Documentation, 01 July 2013.
May conduct inventory of Government equipment located at the CERDEC Headquarters and its subordinate directorates facilities, warehouses, offices, laboratories, and/or at contractor facilities.
Active Secret clearance.
BS/BA in related scientific or technical discipline and 4 years of military, aviation or electronics logistics experience
Substitution: Certified Professional Logistician (CPL) certificate, 6 years of related experience
HS/GED with 8 years related experience
Experience with the Table Distribution Allowance (TDA)
Performs logistic program activities from conceptual stage through life cycle of product.
Develops and implements logistics program activities including ILS, technical documentation, RAM, provisioning, etc.; coordinates efforts of subcontractors and field service personnel; resolves logistics problems; and compiles data on standardization and interchangeability of parts to expedite logistic activities.
Must be proficient in Force Management System (FMS Web), Global Combat Supply System (GCSS-A) and Decision Support Tool (DST).
Knowledge of Logistic Information Warehouse (LIW) sites is required for supply chain management.
US-Aberdeen Proving Ground-MD-BALTIMORE