Essential duties include: -Assists in the direction and coordination of all activities concerned with the handling, storing, and ground or air shipment of ammunition, rockets, mines, and other explosive components at LOGSU-1.
-Review, process, and analyze ordnance related-policies, procedures, and regulatory requirements, and evaluates their impact on current operations.
-Process required documents for ammunition issue and receipts as required to maintain 100% accountability.
-Prepares schedules for transportation, storage, issuing, and receiving ammunition; at specifying magazine or bunker number for storing each type of ammunition, quantity to store in bunker or magazine, and numerical order of bunkers or magazines from which to issue or receive requisitioned ammunition.
-Provides armory support (inventory, issue, repair, and maintenance) as needed upon request.
-Process all phases of transportation for hazardous materials by all modes (i.e., land, vessel, and commercial/military air). International regulations covered include the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code and the International Commercial Air Transport Associations Dangerous Goods Regulations. United States regulations covered include the Department of Transportation (DOT) 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and U.S. military regulations.
-Advises and assists LOGSU-1 Weapons department personnel in all matters concerning ordnance, accountability, safety, controls, forecasting, and movement.
-Participates in and responds to audits and inspections related to ordnance accounting, ordnance qualification/certification program, and ammunition supply administration.
-Perform other assignments as directed by the Weapons Officer in support of the overall goals and missions of LOGSU-1.
-Contractor will comply with all provisions of the Defense Base Act to include proper insurance coverage.
-Contractor will maintain all liability for its personnel working with ammunition both overseas and within the U.S.
-Possess excellent work ethic, verbal and written communication skills, and be detailed and accurate in performing all functions.
-Have direct knowledge of installation level and strategic support logistic programs and systems that relate to logistic capability and capacity.
-Be able to operate a standalone computer without assistance and be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
-Possess a valid, unencumbered state driver’s license.
-Be able to drive Government-owned trucks, forklifts and vans. No CDL license required.
-Be able to perform duties independently, with minimal oversight.
-Must have working knowledge of, and processes associated with, the Navy Ordnance Information System (OIS).
-A minimum of 5 years of direct AA&E experience.
-A minimum of 2 years of experience as an Armorer.
-Able to enter data into multiple databases and ensure data is maintained and retrieve data and use data to respond to a variety of customer and vendor inquiries.
-Able to compile and analyze data to identify trends, deficiencies, and accomplishments related to the assigned programs.
-Able to perform research to determine reasons for patterns of transaction errors and failures.
-Able to research problems surfaced by customers; resolve issues or route to appropriate Government personnel with information setting forth research findings.
-Able to conduct extensive searches for information pertaining to complex and/or unusual supply transactions and patterns; assemble retrieved information into different formats to meet different requirements; for example, status reports, unmet customer needs, and other similar areas.
-Able to analyze the results of applying guidelines to difficult situations and recommend changes.Apply Here