AIS Logistics Support Analyst

AIS Logistics Support Analyst

  • Albany, GA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted May 23, 2022

About this Position


Services over 400 Contractor personnel at over 50 global Marine Force Storage Command (MFSC) Consolidated Storage Program (CSP) enterprises as well as numerous other personnel in support of the MFSC. Provides direct support to the government MFSC CSP in verifying data generated or retrieved in or from various sources, to include Defense Property Accountability System – Warehouse Management (DPAS-WM), United States Marine Corps (USMC) Supply systems and third-party repositories.  Must be able to facilitate creation of Master Issue Lists; Sets, Kits, and Outfits; Warehouse set-up and various assorted manual data and tables for each site conversion to or from DPAS-WM or any other Automated Information System (AIS) or Warehouse Management Information System (WMIS) used in CSP. Must be able to understand data and reporting requirements to properly align legacy CSP program output with system output from the targeted government WMIS to produce a consolidated enterprise view of CSP information as required for transition sustainment or any other requirement.  Works with the office of the Assistance Chief of Staff for Communication Systems (G6) as primary liaison to assist with all data requirements for DPAS-WM or Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS-MC), Special Operations Asset Visibility Information Exchange (SSAVIE), or any other WMIS stand up at site level.  Works with G6 as primary liaison for SharePoint knowledge repository, issues database, and any additional AIS issues or concerns. Assists as trainer and implementation team member as needed. Develops workarounds for processes that do not fully meet CSP operating requirements. Participates in System Acceptance Tests (SAT) as required. Verifies inputs and outputs to improve quality of data creation and transfer between legacy systems and any WMIS. Provides quality assurance support to the CSP as required. Provide data and reports from Government Owned – Contractor Operated Information Technology systems for program level review.

The candidate assists the MFSC CSP in on-going system testing for DPAS-WM or any other government-owned AIS used for CSP operations. Assists in testing new features and System Change Requests (SCRs) during SATs as they become available. Documents results and provides feedback. Assists with User Guide documentation on new procedures. Assists the MFSC CSP through site visits to train new users on CSP’s AIS.  Performs data analysis and review to ensure accuracy before startup of operations. Provides ‘over the shoulder’ training and support to new AIS users as part of implementation. Provides feedback to MFSC CSP on problems encountered and helps to generate SCRs as needed.  Assists the government leadership in providing quality assurance support to the CSP as required.

Incumbent will conduct training, teaching, or over-the-shoulder type training in a classroom and warehouse environment.  The incumbent will also prepare and conduct relevant research, development and presentation of lessons covering warehouse systems (e.g., DPAS-WM and SSAVIE) functionality and capabilities, and for any other WMIS or AIS used in support of MFSC CSP.  Presentations could include PowerPoint, lecture-setting, over-the-shoulder, audio-visual, and web-based renderings.  Incumbent will develop training syllabus for either roles or specific functions, monitoring the status of system changes to ensure all training programs are current.  Develops and updates CSP AIS user reference materials and documents procedures for all processes resident within the relevant WMIS.

Education and experience requirements:

•             A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area is preferred (e.g., Business, Information Technology) and possess a minimum of 3 years of experience in Business, Technical Systems, Supply or Logistics, OR;
•             At least 6 years of related experience in any combination above.
•             At least 2 years of the relevant experience in technical systems such as DPAS-WM, GCSS-MC, Supply, Logistics, or warehouse Systems.
•             Must have basic computer skills and ability to assess computer/peripheral problems to either solve or elevate problem as required through appropriate support process.
•             Demonstrate the ability to function independently and manage multiple projects and deadlines.
•             Incumbents should have a basic knowledge of USMC equipment data systems and data rules.
•             Prior military service a STRONG plus with USMC supply/logistics experience preferred.
•             Must have intermediate skill level in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, EXCEL, PowerPoint and Outlook).
•             Ability to accurately assess problems and create viable solutions required.
•             Possess written and oral communications skills.
•             Possess excellent, analytical, and organizational skills.
•             Demonstrate ability to manage multiple projects on tight deadlines and to prioritize appropriately.
•             Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively to achieve objectives.

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