Category: Logistics : yst
Primary Location: Santa Rita, GU, US
Security Clearance: Secret
Clearance Status: Must be Current
Schedule: Full Time
Type of Travel: Outside Continental US
Percent of Travel Required: Up to 25
Duties and Responsibilities:
CACI has a contingent opening for a Ship Logistics yst, in our Guam location who will be responsible for the planning and execution of Ship Availability support projects onsite at Industrial Facilities and support MSC Ships in this overhauls and repairs.
This individual will be tasked with supporting an MSC Type Desk and an assigned MSC Port Engineer in tracking, confirming and updating logistics support do entation for new ship equipment installations and modifications. Responsibilities will include utilizing, implementing and reviewing ship life cycle logistics and configuration management databases/systems and their respective data elements. Duties will also include comparing, contrasting, revising data, and ensuring the accuracy and quality of logistics support do entation contained within and transferred between databases and systems. Examples of relevant databases/systems are CMIS/CLIP, SHIPCLIP, MASP, SMIS Supply Management Version 5, SNAP II SFM, MicroSNAP, R:Supply, NAVICP Weapon Systems File, CDMD:OA, SCLSIS, Real:time Outfitting Management Information System (ROMIS), MERLIN, Inter:Active Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS), Ships Provisioning System, FLIS, FEDLOG, IHS Haystack, Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) and SUADPS.
Tasks with require identifying, yzing, auditing, and developing requirements for the acquisition of logistics information in support of planned maintenance, industrial assistance, equipment alterations, and removals. Reviewing, interpreting, and auditing acquisition do entation, technical specifications, technical manuals, vendor supplies data, vendor purchase orders, shipboard feedback, and other available technical.
The position will require auditing, updating, yzing, and determining shipboard inventory management postures utilizing various automated systems such as SMIS:SM VERSION 5, SNAP II SFM, Micro:SNAP, R:Supply, Integrated Barcode System (IBS), Defense Medical Logistics Standard Support (DMLSS) and/or SUADPS; ship storeroom inventory, storeroom mock:up, layout, storeroom on:loads, and offloads. Extensive material research and identification, material handling, inventory management, warehousing, packaging, and material distribution. Technical research will be required using data systems such as AMULS, ADULS, FEDLOG, HEDRS, HAYSTACK,. ShipCLIP and LogiQUEST.
:: Typically requires a bachelors degree or equivalent experience, and two years of related experience. In lieu of a degree, requires a High School Diploma or GED, and at least 4 years (8 years is preferred) of related experience in the following areas:
:: Experience providing ship acquisition or fleet sustainment logistics support services to MSC, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies; and Afloat supply financial and inventory management.
:: Experience conducting shipboard equipment validations and ILS Support/shipboard inventories, developing storeroom mock:ups, layout, and supporting material on:loads and off:loads.
:: Experience providing identification and sourcing material from commercial and federal sources
:: Experience in material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MIL requisition transactions.
:: Experience with material shipping, monitoring, tracing, and tracking using both commercial sources and the DTS for CONUS and OCONUS delivery.
:: Experience in i dentifying, yzing, auditing, and developing requirements for the acquisition of logistics information in support of planned maintenance, industrial assistance, equipment alterations, and removals.
Location: Santa Rita, GU, US