Configuration Management Analyst New

Configuration Management Analyst

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 26, 2018

About this Position

Position Title: Configuration Management Analyst within the Logistics Branch of the NAVFAC Expeditionary Programs Office (NEPO), Washington Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.

Position Description: Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Configuration Management Analyst to support the NAVFACExpeditionary Programs Office (NEPO) located at the Washington Navy Yard. NEPO is the Navy’s System Command (SYSCOM) responsible for procuring and managing expeditionary vehicles, construction equipment, Improved Navy Lighterage Systems, uniforms, tent camps, and other equipment/material used by SeaBees, SEALs and Naval Beach Group units. The Configuration Management Analyst will work extensively with Program Managers, equipment subject matter experts/commodity managers, other EchelonII System Commands (SYSCOMs), Echelon III/IV field activities as well as Type Commanders (TYCOMs), plus interface with Fleet units, OPNAV staff and other DoD agencies. The main responsibility of the Configuration Management Analyst is to provide configuration management subject matter expertise across all Product Group areas (six separate program area functional capabilities), tracking configuration baselines and updates across the entire product lifecycle to support product development and procurement. The Configuration Management Analyst is to provide professional findings of technical analysis in the form of reports and presentations.

Job Responsibilities shall include:

• Support development of sound configuration management (CM) practices and principles

• Review program plans, system acquisition documents, execution documents, capability documents, andpolicy development as necessary

• Support life cycle management of expeditionary equipment and recommend appropriate courses of action for proper configuration management

• Prepare and participate in briefings in support of Program Management Reviews

• Create, maintain, and assess Integrated Master Schedules (IMS)

• Participate in, coordinate, and contribute to Integrated Product Teams (IPTs)

• Evaluate and recommend configuration management practices on improvements for fielded equipment

• Identify, analyze, assess, and recommend CM strategies for TOA Development

• Use analytical and evaluative methods and techniques to issues or studies concerning the efficiency and effectiveness of CM approaches

• Apply pertinent laws, regulations, policies and precedent which affect the use of CM Required Skills and Experience:

• Demonstrated managerial and supervisory skills and experience supporting a DoD Program Office

• Familiarity with the Defense Acquisition System and DoD 5000 series guidance and regulations

• Shall have 7-10 years’ experience at a minimum • Shall be proficient in MS Excel, MS Word and MS PowerPoint (MS Access is desired)

• Shall have demonstrated ability to develop concise and meaningful briefings, presentations and technical reports

• Possess and maintain a DoD SECRET security clearance Desired Skills and Experience:

• Master’s degree in logistics

• DAWIA Level II certification in Program Management, Life Cycle Logistics, or Engineering, or industry equivalent (PMP)

Some Travel up to 25% of the time may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS) Analyst New

Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS) Analyst

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 26, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. seeks a Requirements Analyst with knowledge of the Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS) to support the Product Group Division of the NAVFAC Expeditionary Programs Office (NEPO) located at the Washington Navy Yard.

Overview of Responsibilities: A Requirements Analyst is required to evaluate, analyze, develop and track capability and requirement documents to include but not limited to the Joint Capability Integration Development System (JCIDS) across all Product Group areas within NEPO. This effort will also involve coordinating the capability and requirement documents across all supported TYCOMs and commands, assisting them as necessary to ensure a viable product is produced. The position requires frequent interaction with government customers that include Type Commanders (TYCOMs) and operational commands to help prepare capability requirements documentation to support the procurement of such capabilities. Some travel is required up to 25% of the time.

Required qualifications:

• Demonstrated technical experience supporting a DoD Program Office and the Defense Acquisition System

• Demonstrated familiarity of DoD 5000 series guidance and CJCSI 3170 Joint Capabilities Integrationand Development System (JCIDS)

• 4 or more years’ experience

• Proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word and MS PowerPoint Desired qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in a management, business, engineering, or logistics field is preferred

• Knowledge of Navy material identification requirements (ref NAVSUP P485) or DoD/DLA material identification in lieu of Navy specific knowledge

• DAWIA Program Management, Life Cycle Logistics, or Engineering Level II certification or industry equivalent is preferred

TOA Configurator - Table of Allowance (TOA) Division New

TOA Configurator - Table of Allowance (TOA) Division

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 26, 2018

About this Position

Position Description: Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a TOA Configurator to support the Table of Allowance (TOA) Division within the NAVFAC Expeditionary Programs Office (NEPO) located at the Washington Navy Yard. NEPO is the Navy’s System Command (SYSCOM) responsible for procuring and managing expeditionary vehicles, construction equipment, Improved Navy Lighterage Systems, uniforms, tent camps, and other equipment/material used by SeaBees, SEALs and Naval Beach Group units. The TOA Division supports the establishment and maintenance of TOA’s (listing of authorized equipment) for the Expeditionary Navy’s commands. The TOA Division requires delivery of detailed TOA configuration specifications to support product procurement through the use of SQL programming and data analysis functions. A TOA Configurator with SQL knowledge and programming experience along with data analysis capabilities is required to supportthis function.

Job Responsibilities shall include:

• Automate data report exports using SQL programming and create internal form rules

• Directly support TOA development through programming and data analysis of military equipment listed in the Expeditionary Management Information System (EXMIS)

• Data management and analysis of TOA Assemblies and stock numbers under the purview of various NavySystems Commands (SYSCOMs)

• Verify technical accuracy of currently-used data assemblies in HP Maximo database, EXMIS (Expeditionary Management Information System)

• Periodically present data analysis results in formal briefs to the government client Required Skills and Experience:

• Ability to interpret, assess, and project potential impact of database changes

• Demonstrated capability to evaluate, assess, and act upon issues (critical to the overall project)with limited supervision

• Mastery of concepts, principles, and practices regarding database architecture and analysis methods

• Demonstrated expert level experience with Microsoft Access (complex query design concepts, fully understanding all queries including: action, Union, & Pass-through):

• Demonstrated expert level experience with VBA, specifically in regards to MS Access and Excel

• Demonstrated expert level experience with Excel, specifically the use of: Pivot tables, text to columns, data transpose features, Excel Functions, and other high level data manipulation techniques

• Demonstrated expert level experience with SQL (Oracle, MS SQL Server etc...)

• Demonstrated expert level experience creating and designing reports utilizing some form of reporting tool (e.g. COGNOS, BIRT, Humming Bird, Actuate, SSRS etc..)

• Able to obtain and maintain a DoD SECRET security clearance Desired Skills and Experience:

• Knowledge of Navy Procurement processes

• Familiarity with type unit characteristic data (TUCHA)

• Demonstrate familiarity with the MAXIMO product

• Demonstrate familiarity with COGNOS

• Familiarity developing and presenting a strategy for resolving data issues

• Familiarity developing reports to enable data audits and metrics to support measuring project progress and as an enduring capability beyond this level of effort

• Familiarity with identifying and resolving data deficiencies

• Familiarity with WebFLIS and/or Haystack having to do with NSN metadata (Inconsistent item nomenclature, Null values, TUCHA, Leading and trailing spaces, and non-ASCII characters etc...)

• Familiarity with the use of temporary/local stock numbers in lieu of existing NSNs Some Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Analyst New

Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Analyst

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 26, 2018

About this Position

PAI is currently soliciting applications for the position of Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) Analyst, located in the Washington, DC area. This individual will provide financial audit of inventory support to the Naval Facilities EngineeringCommand (NAVFAC) Expeditionary Programs Office (NEPO). This high visibility position is at the Washington Navy Yard. NEPO is the Navy’s System Command (SYSCOM) responsible for procuring and managing expeditionary vehicles, construction equipment, Improved Navy Lighterage Systems, uniforms, tent camps, and other equipment/material used by SeaBees, SEALs and Naval Beach Group units. Position requires an understanding of concepts and principles of Department of Defense (DoD) financial management and accountability practices, laws and regulations related to budgeting, programming, property management/accountability and their relation to subordinate and senior levels. Position will assist the NEPO Business and Financial Manager by analyzing, identifying and providing financial management and property management skills specific to the accountability of government procurements and assets that have been conducted by NEPO in concert with FIAR principles. Individualwill also be required to exhibit critical thinking and analysis concerning programming, budgeting andproperty accountability directives.

Responsibilities will include:

• Advise client on the audit process

• Support the development of audit infrastructure and support audit response actions

• Research Exceptions and Notification of Findings and Recommendations (NFRs) and prepare reports for management regarding material weaknesses, significant deficiencies and internal control deficiencies

• Contribute to the development and implementation of Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) and conduct sustainment testing

• Document, update, and maintain process flows, cycle memos, and key supporting document tables

• Analyze the development and implementation of business process memorandums, policy, and standard operating procedures related to DoD financial business processes to ensure that each step of the processes are auditable

• Perform analysis of business processes and internal controls to identify risks

• Document and perform gap analysis on standard business processes

• Research policies and provide guidance related to FIAR

• Prepare presentations and briefings, and actively participate in client meetings and day-to-day interactions

• Research new policy, guidance, laws, and regulations and identify opportunities to improve client internal controls, procedures, and overall operational efficiency REQUIRED SKILLS:

• DoD FIAR experience • Federal financial management, accounting, or auditing experience

• Business process improvement; work experience with business process re-engineering, including the identification and designation of key and non-key controls, process cycle documentation, as well as corrective action plan development

• Knowledge of and experience working with DoD Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) or Financial Improvement Program (FIP) guidance

• Experience working independently with minimal supervision and guidance

• Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills with experience exercising mature judgment

• Proven experience effectively prioritizing workload to meet deadlines and work objectives • Demonstrated ability to write clearly, succinctly, and in a manner that appeals to a wide audience

• Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation creation tools, as well as Internet research tools

• Demonstrated experience within the Department of Defense or Department of the Navy on the following systems: o PBIS o PBAs o EDA o STARS-HCM o STARS-FL o FIS

• Understanding of planning, programming, budget execution (PPBE) process & POM papers

• Professional in appearance and conduct

• Very detailed oriented and analytical

• Ability to obtain and maintain a U. S. DoD SECRET Security Clearance DESIRED QUALITIES:

• Bachelor’s Degree in business or financial management is preferred

• DAWIA certification in Financial and/or Audit Management or equivalent

• Interested in long term employment and career opportunity at growing firm To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Logistician - NEPO Logistics Division New

Logistician - NEPO Logistics Division

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 26, 2018

About this Position

Navy Logistician to provide Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Expeditionary Programs Office (NEPO) located at the Washington Navy Yard. NEPO is the Navy’s Systems Command (SYSCOM) office responsible for procuring and managing expeditionary vehicles, construction equipment, Improved Navy Lighterage Systems, tent camps, fuel/water/power distribution systems and other equipment/material used by SEABEEs, SEALs and Naval Beach Group units. Specifically, this position is in support of the NEPO Assistant Program Manager for Logistics, providing acquisition and life cycle logistics support strategies for equipment and systems used in support of expeditionary warfare, amphibious operations, and logistics-over-the-shore (LOTS) missions. 

Requirements for this position include:

• Demonstrated technical experience supporting a DoD program office

• Familiarity with the Defense Acquisition System and DoD 5000 series guidance

• 4 or more years of experience

• Bachelor's degree in logistics related field preferred Duties will include acquisition planning and logistics policy development, such as the following:

• Providing logistics subject matter expertise and product support recommendations

• Advising on all acquisition and life-cycle logistics support of program and/or systems

• Reviewing logistics deliverables, such as provisioning data, technical manuals, and maintenance procedures for conformance to policy and procedures

• Reviewing Justification Cost Forms (JCF), System Alteration Records (SARs), Integrated Logistics Support Certifications (ILS Cert), Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), and other change documentation

• Providing expert evaluation of logistic product impacts including cost estimates, ensuring all ILS products (COSAL, APL/AEL, MIPs/MRCs, Tech Manuals, Training Docs) affected by change documentation are updated and providing logistics product support to the installing activities

• Assisting with the evaluation of training support requirements for new system acquisition Past logistics experience with the Navy or Seabees (e. g. with the Naval Construction Force or Amphibious Construction Battalions) would be extremely useful. Candidate will work extensively with the expeditionary Navy activities (e.g. Seabees, SEALs, Naval Beach Groups) as well as potentially with United States Marine Corps and Military Sealift Command to establish proper logistics support for these systems.

Senior ILS/Configuration Analysts - Norfolk New

Senior ILS/Configuration Analysts - Norfolk

  • Norfolk, VA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 21, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is currently soliciting applications for the position of Senior ILS/Configuration Analyst, located in the Norfolk, VA area.

The successful candidate will have the following required experience:
• High school diploma 
• 12 years of experience providing ship acquisition or fleet sustainment logistics support services to Military Sealift Command (MSC), the US Navy, the US Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies, to include all of the following:
o Equipment provisioning and allowance modeling to support preventative (planned), corrective (unplanned), and alterative (e.g. TRANSALTs, MACHALTs, etc.) maintenance
   o Sourcing of material from commercial and federal sectors
   o Development and maintenance of ship configuration baselines and equipment/systems top-down breakdown/hierarchical relationships
   o Marine engineering system functionality, components, and associated Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) elements to support planned/unplanned maintenance
   o Ship repair planning and specification development processes
   o Marine engineering system preventative and corrective maintenance
• 6 years experience executing ship acquisition and fleet sustainment support services utilizing any of the following systems: MSC/Navy/Coast Guard/Commercial databases/systems such as CLIP/CMLS, ShipCLIP, WinMASP, NTCSS, CDMD-OA, SCLSIS, MERLIN, Inter-Active Computer Aided Provisioning System (ICAPS) or IHS Haystack
• Experience with logistics and configuration data management for new ship construction programs preferred

Responsibilities will include:
• Review life cycle logistics technical and configuration data in ship construction projects
• Review new construction deliverables such as Outfitting Operations Plan, Provisioning Guidance Conference Agenda, Estimated Outfitting Statistics, and spare parts buy lists
• Review new construction data from Material and Equipment Real-time Information Network (MERLIN)/Real-time Outfitting Management Information System-Material Management System (ROMIS-MMS)
• Conduct reliability and maintainability assessments to assist in determining the range and depth of ILS elements required on board and ashore
• Obtain failure and demand data from manufacturers
• Obtain vendor recommendations for corrective and preventative allowances
• Validate Replacement Factor data
• Review ship supply effectiveness reports to identify deficiencies
• Perform functional and installed baseline HSC development and maintenance in accordance with CDMD-OA
• Maintain the Master fleet and each MSC ship class functional baselines
• Review and maintain MSC ship configurations to identify installed equipment.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Senior ILS/Configuration Analyst New

Logistics Support Services

  • Norfolk, VA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 21, 2018

About this Position

Experience providing ship acquisitions or fleet sustainment logistics support services to MSC, the U.S. Navy - especially NAVSEA or the Supships, the U.S. Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies, to include but not limited to the following:

- Equipment provisioning and allowance modeling to support preventative (planned), corrective (unplanned), and alterative (e.g. TRANSALTs, MACHALTs, etc) maintenance.

- Sourcing of material from commercial and federal sectors.

- Ship repair planning and specification development processes.

- Marine engineering system preventative and corrective maintenance.

- Utilize databases/systems such as CLIP/CMLS, ShipCLIP, WinMASP, NTCSS, CDMD-OA, SCLSIS, MERLIN, ICAPS or IHS Haystack. 

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected].

ASCV Logistician New

ASCV Logistician

  • Washington, DC
  • Full-Time
  • Posted June 21, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Navy Logistician to provide support to the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Expeditionary Programs Office (NEPO) on the Washington Navy Yard.  NEPO is the Navy’s Systems Command (SYSCOM) office responsible for procuring and managing expeditionary vehicles, construction equipment, Improved Navy Lighterage Systems, tent camps, fuel/water/power distribution systems and other equipment/material used by SEABEEs, SEALs and Naval Beach Group units.

Specifically, this position would support the Amphibious Surf Capable Vehicle (ASCV) program, replacement program for the Lighter, Amphibious Reconnaissance Craft (LARC-V) under the Sealift Program Manager providing acquisition and life cycle logistics support strategies.

Duties will include acquisition planning and logistics policy development, such as the following:

• Providing logistics subject matter expertise and product support recommendations
• Advising on all acquisition and life-cycle logistics support
• Reviewing logistics deliverables, such as provisioning data, technical manuals, and maintenance procedures for conformance to policy and procedures
• Reviewing Justification Cost Forms (JCF), System Alteration Records (SARs), Integrated Logistics Support Certifications (ILS Cert), Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), and other change documentation
• Providing expert evaluation of logistic product impacts including cost estimates, ensuring all ILS products (COSAL, APL/AEL, MIPs/MRCs, Tech Manuals, Training Docs) affected by change documentation are updated and providing logistics product support to the installing activities
• Assisting with the evaluation of training support requirements for new system acquisition

Required Skills and Experience:
• 4 or more years of demonstrated technical experience supporting a DoD program office
• Familiarity with the Defense Acquisition System and DoD 5000 series guidance
• Ability to obtain and maintain a U. S. DoD Secret Security Clearance

Desired Skills and Experience:
• Bachelor's degree in logistics related field
• DOD/military logistics experience with ship/craft systems
• Navy supply system experience
• Knowledge of or experience with Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) documents
• Knowledge of Navy expeditionary forces and systems
• USN/USMC experience is desired; Navy Seabee (e. g. with the Naval Construction Force, Amphibious Construction Battalions, or Underwater Construction Teams) experience is particularly relevant

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected].

PAI Company Administration Assistant

Company Administration Assistant

  • Alexandria VA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted May 22, 2018

About this Position

This position involves working in an office environment performing administrative work in support of our company's growing world wide operations:

• Payroll administration using the Paycom payroll system

• Proposal submission support

• Human Resources support including helping onboard new employees

• Receiving and processing expense reports, and gathering documents for invoicing.

To apply please email your resume to [email protected]

Supply Chain Analyst - NSWCCD

Supply Chain Analyst - NSWCCD

  • West Bethesda, MD
  • Full-Time
  • Posted April 06, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Supply Chain Analyst.  This individual will provide contractor support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center – Carderock Division (NSWCCD) OM&S, Purchase Requisition, and Plant Property & Equipment/Asset Management programs.  Position is located at NSWCCD, West Bethesda, MD.

Job Responsibilities:
• Review and create documentation which will include existing and emergent Enterprise Resource Planning Guidelines, procedures, business rules, Standard Operating Procedures, regulations, Plan of Actions and Milestones, schedules, memorandums, instructions, white papers, and polices and determine their impact to the NSWCCD OM&S, Purchase Requisition, and Plant Property & Equipment/Asset Management programs
• Provide comments and recommendations to improve NSWCCD OM&S, Purchase Requisition, and Plant Property & Equipment/Asset Management documents and programs
• Assist in the consolidation, update, and posting of OM&S, Purchase Requisition, and Plant Property & Equipment/Asset Management information on NSWCCD SharePoint
• Assist in compliance efforts related to Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) including inventory completeness and existence validations, identification of risks, performing internal control testing, documentation of validation results, and identifying recommendations to resolve FIAR, Inspector General (IG), or other audit deficiencies
• Use government/non-government databases including WebFlis, FEDLOG, GSA Advantage
• Conduct inventory validations (floor to book and book to floor) to include categorizing material type, determining physical inventories on hand, researching discrepancies inventory records, determining material ownership, correcting inventory records, identify inventory valuation using the Fair Market Value Worksheet, initiating DD Form 200 submission, labeling inventory, conducting material transfer orders, and maintaining tracking and approval documentation.

Required Skills and Experience:
• A Bachelor’s of Science or Arts Degree in Business Management, Supply Chain Management or related field is preferred but not required
• Experience shall include three (3) years+ of experience with NAVY and NAVY Enterprise Resource Planning (N-ERP) solutions and managing NAVY Logistics including Sponsor Owned Material (SOM) or OM&S
• Experience shall also include responsibilities for material accountability, major project or program level management of contractors/subordinates, and performance of physical inventories of PP&E or OM&S
• Shall possess and maintain a U. S. DoD Security Clearance at the Secret level

Desired Skills and Experience:
• Working knowledge of DoD FMR Volume 4, Chapter 4, DoN Federal Financial Management Improvement Act (FFMIA) Statement of Assurance, and SECNAV INSTRUCTION 4440.33

Minimal Travel

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected].

DMSS Distribution Process Advocate - (Various Locations)

DMSS Distribution Process Advocate - (Various Locations)

  • Primary location: Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) , Albany, GA (and throughout DoD)
  • Full-Time
  • Posted March 30, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking Distribution Process Advocates to provide logistics support to include a variety of Distribution Management Support Services (DMSS), which include direct and indirect support to employed Marines at various locations in CONUS and OCONUS, as well as at contingency locations. The primary location of contract performance is Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) , Albany, GA and includes locations at various sites throughout the Department of Defense (DoD) at currently known support locations to include: MCLB, Barstow, CA; Camp Pendleton, CA; Camp Lejeune, NC; Miami, F; Okinawa, Japan; Ramstein AB, Germany, Stuttgart, Germany; Joint Base McGuire Dix-Lakehurst, Trenton, NJ; Dover AFB, Dover, DE; Joint Base Charleston, Charleston, SC; Norfolk Air Station, Norfolk, VA; Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, and other OCONUS and contingency locations.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Responsibilities include: 
• Address USMC/Navy cargo problems related to standard port procedures
• Provide assistance to aerial port customer service representatives regarding DOD transiting shipments
• Assist aerial port customer service representatives by facilitating Marine Corps/Navy process improvements to minimize the occurrence of frustrated cargo
• Resolve/Process all frustrated cargo to ensure compliance with both aerial port and DOD requirements to include facilitating customs clearance
• Conduct analyses of cargo movement processes and emerging trends to provide guidance in the development of policy and process changes
• Monitor all cargo movements through all modes of transportation from origin to destination to determine the effectiveness of distribution system to meet time definite deliver standards, operational need goals, and customer wait time goals
• Review and analyze DTS process time-line data to identify deficiencies, develop process improvement courses of action (COA) and assist with the implementation of selected COA’s
• May perform as the team lead for contracted distribution support teams within a locality
• Perform duties in line with contingency planning, SOP development, Joint and Multi-National Logistics
• Analyze logistics data, provide metrics and develop courses of action in order to create increased efficiencies within logistical processes and distribution operations
• Develop operational plans and concepts
• Design data collection requirements to support operational planning
• Provide advice and recommendations to high level officials regarding operational plans and concepts
• Analyze plans, data, intelligence information, or systems
• Develop estimates and makes recommendations for deficiencies
• Integrate information from a variety of sources into various systems; ensure proper systems interfaces
• Collect data for analysis
• Develop products resulting from analysis
• Perform one or more of the following or related activities:
  o 1) Analyzes and reengineers mission processes by applying business process reengineering principles
  o 2) Proposes and assists in the implementation of change initiatives
  o 3) Supports participation in related studies
  o 4) Develops tools and information systems as required to support management processes.
• Performs one or more of the following or related activities:
  o 1) Performs analysis, develops plans, and facilitates implementation
  o 2) Analyzes and develops concepts for strategic deployment; operational and logistics issues; organizational structure and equipment and modernization of forces/ exercises and training; and computer, communication, command, and control, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR).
• Conduct container management to include receipt, issue and inspection. Provide container management reports, metrics and analysis. Develop and maintain container SOPs as required.

Requirements include:
• Bachelor's degree in a related field and 10 years of directly related military or specialized experience; OR, 15 years of directly related military specialized experience
• Shall be trained in the doctrinal concepts of landing support and the landing force support party; conducting port, arrival/departure airfield, helicopter landing zone, and rail head
• Must have functional knowledge of DTS transportation systems
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must have a minimum security clearance of SECRET.

Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to: [email protected]

DMSS Distribution Expeditor - (Various Locations)

DMSS Distribution Expeditor - (Various Locations)

  • Primary locations: McGuire-Dix, Dover, Charleston, Norfolk, Mayport, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations
  • Full-Time
  • Posted March 30, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Distribution Expeditors to provide logistics support to include a variety of Distribution Management Support Services (DMSS), which include direct and indirect support to employed Marines at various locations in CONUS and OCONUS, as well as at contingency locations. The primary locations of contract performance are: Joint Base McGuire Dix-Lakehurst, Trenton, NJ; Dover AFB, Dover, DE; Joint Base Charleston, Charleston, SC; Norfolk Air Station, Norfolk, VA; and, Mayport, FL, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Responsibilities include: 
• Address USMC/Navy cargo problems related to standard port procedures
• Provide assistance to aerial/seaport customer service representatives regarding DOD transiting shipments
• Assist aerial/seaport customer service representatives by facilitating Marine Corps/Navy process improvements to minimize the occurrence of Marine Corps/Navy sponsored frustrated cargo
• Resolve/Process all frustrated cargo to ensure compliance with both aerial port and DOD requirements
• Monitor all cargo movements through all modes of transportation from origin to destination to provide feedback on the effectiveness of the defense transportation system in meeting the Time Definite Delivery (TDD) and operational need goals timelines. Provide analysis and trends on findings
• Utilize AIS that are used throughout DTS to account, track, and interface movement data with load planning programs and joint AIS to support the Force Deployment Planning and Execution (FDPE) process, supply chain management, and In Transit Visibility (ITV)
• Conduct container management to include receipt, issue and inspection.

Requirements include:
• Shall posses functional knowledge of sea, rail, truck and air load operations
• Shall be certified in Hazardous Declaration of Dangerous Goods
• Shall have functional knowledge of GATES, FACTS, Air Load Planning and Port Support Activity requirements.
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must have a minimum security clearance of SECRET.

Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to: [email protected]

DMSS Database Administrator - Albany, GA

DMSS Database Administrator - Albany, GA

  • Albany, GA, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations
  • Full-Time
  • Posted March 30, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Database Administrator to provide logistics support to include a variety of Distribution Management Support Services (DMSS), which include direct and indirect support to employed Marines at various locations in CONUS and OCONUS, as well as at contingency locations. The primary location of contract performance is Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) , Albany, GA, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Responsibilities include: 
• Design, develop, and maintain databases, using standard database programs such as MS Access and Oracle, to provide distribution reports, analyses, metrics and other relevant information to assist with distribution decisions
• Design, develop, and maintain data warehouses
• Use knowledge of relational database concepts, SQL programming and database management practices to communicate with customers to determine database needs
• Use knowledge of database structures and theories, and current database technologies to translate customer requirements into database designs and execute appropriately
• Manage data administration, database management systems, and data modeling functions
• Apply data models and data process principles and practices, and establish guidelines for data management
• Build and modify database systems and objects to meet business requirements using SQL Server database tools, environments and query language
• Maintain an awareness of emerging technologies and maintain currency on the latest technology updates
• Identify trends, as well as isolated events, and differentiate between the two
• Recognize, analyze and resolve complex technical issues
• Use SQL language and the ability to write complex queries including inner and outer joins and unions
• Create new and modify existing MS SQL database, tables, SSIS packages, stored procedures, and copy down jobs
• Utilize the following Department of Defense systems Defense Priorities and Allocations System (DPAS), TDS, Life Cycle Modeling Integrator (LMCI)/ Total Life Cycle Management-Operational Support Tool (TLCM-OST), Wide Area Workflow (WAWF), Logistics Gateway (LOGWAY), Federal Catalog System (FEDLOG), and SharePoint
• Use various AIS that are used throughout DTS, including geographic information systems (GIS) which account, track, and interface providing movement data for load planning programs in support of the Force Deployment Planning and Execution (FDPE) process and In-Transit Visibility (ITV).

Requirements include:
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Information Technology, Applied Science, or Database administration and/or five years of relevant full-time work experience in MySQL DBMS administration or maintenance and related functions
• Certification: Microsoft Certified Database Administrator, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert and/or Cisco certification
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must have a minimum security clearance of SECRET.

Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to: [email protected]

DMSS Logistics Analyst - Albany, GA

DMSS Logistics Analyst - Albany, GA

  • Albany, GA, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations
  • Full-Time
  • Posted March 30, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking Logistics Analysts to provide logistics support to include a variety of Distribution Management Support Services (DMSS), which include direct and indirect support to employed Marines at various locations in CONUS and OCONUS, as well as at contingency locations. The primary location of contract performance is Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) , Albany, GA, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Responsibilities include: 
• Analyze the effects of Marine Air Ground Task Force tactical level logistics decisions on existing MARCORLOGCOM process and identify any risks that may rise
• Build and maintain reports and presentations portraying weekly Current Operation initiatives/programs to inform and for use by senior and executive management
• Assist in the tracking and the preparation of documentation to support the rotational schedule of deployed Marine Corps assets in accordance with command strategies
• Develop and provide analytical reports that identify trends and impacts on planned requirements vs. actual performance on distribution management programs
• Develop and prepare briefs as required to communicate execution progress and performance
• Organize and facilitate integrated product team (IPT) meetings to include the development of agenda items, the recording and tracking of action items and the generation of IPT status reports
• Assist with special projects, meetings, conferences as assigned in support of MARCORLOGCOM requirements
• Provide admin assistance with the organization and planning of meetings and working groups, to include but not limited to the taking of minutes, capturing action items and publishing summaries of discussions
• Assist in the development of program requirements, timelines, operational duties, test plans and documents and other logistics and planning documents
• Develop operational plans and concepts
• Design data collection requirements to support operational planning
• Provide advice and recommendations to high level officials regarding operational plans and concepts
• Analyze logistical data, provide metrics, and develop courses of action in order to create increased efficiencies within the logistical processes.

Requirements include:
• Master’s degree in a related field and 3 years of specialized experience, OR, Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 6 years of specialized experience, OR, 10 years of specialized experience
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must have a minimum security clearance of SECRET.

Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to: [email protected]

DMSS MAGTF/Shipment Planner - Albany, GA; Miami, FL

DMSS MAGTF/Shipment Planner - Albany, GA; Miami, FL

  • MARCORLOGCOM Albany, GA; Miami, FL
  • Full-Time
  • Posted March 30, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking MAGTF/Shipment Planners to provide logistics support to include a variety of Distribution Management Support Services (DMSS), which include direct and indirect support to employed Marines at various locations in CONUS and OCONUS, as well as at contingency locations. The primary locations of contract performance are Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) , Albany, GA, and Miami, FL, and may include other OCONUS and contingency locations.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Responsibilities include: 
• Plan and coordinate movement of major end items and associated materials globally using full Force Deployment Planning and Execution procedures or standard Marine Corps/Navy transportation procedures as appropriate
• Provide updated status reports on cargo from planning to delivery
• Process all cargo to ensure compliance with both theater and DOD requirements to include the creation of any and all appropriate transportation/customs required documentation and/or data in hard copy or required electronic format for level IV and VI information
• Create and transfer data to appropriate activities for modal manifest requirements using MDSS II, SSDM or other systems as appropriate
• Plan, construct, and input all required JOPES transactions for Time Phased Force Deployment Data preparation and execution on a timely basis
• Create all LOGCOM related JOPES Newsgroups
• Monitor all JOPES Newsgroups and respond as required
• Assist with the planning of war reserve operations to include participation in TPFDD conferences as required
• Utilize AIS that are used throughout DTS to account, track, and interface movement data with load planning programs and joint AIS to support the Force Deployment Planning and Execution (FDPE) process.

Requirements include:
• Shall posses functional knowledge of Joint Force Requirement Generator.
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must have a minimum security clearance of SECRET.

Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to: [email protected]

Task Order Project Manager - Albany, GA New

Task Order Project Manager - Albany, GA

  • Albany, GA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted February 05, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Task Order Project Manager for the Marine Force Storage Center (MFSC) Integrated Logistics and Distribution Support program.  The Project Manager ensures the support of such areas as the care of supplies in storage, inventory managements and control, serialization, general warehousing, storage, tactical vehicle maintenance, kitting, marking and labeling equipment (i.e. pRFID tagging, IUID tagging, etc.), and distribution of Marine Corps Principle End Items (PEIs).  The Task Order Project Manager will report to the Program Manager or Program Director.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Specific Tasks Include:
• The Task Order Project Manager shall be responsible for the overall performance of work on this contract and will have full authority to act for the contractor in all matters relating this the performance of the contract
• Plan and advise employees on work operations and execute mission projects
• Plan, organize and instruct contractor personnel on supply and administrative functions, work techniques, and procedures
• Determine and monitor contractor personnel requirements, establish work priorities, organize work schedules, assign duties, and instruct office, and packing/warehouse personnel on special requirements and high priority workloads
• Assist in the investigation and determination of cause for lost, damaged, and destroyed supply items
• Manage the inventory management process for storage and distribution actions associated with a Marine Corps wholesale distribution operation
• Provide recommendations for increased manpower requirements due to changes to the storage, maintenance, distribution operation
• Provide a daily material requirement list to the government shop supervisor to support the tactical vehicle movement, operation, handling and warehousing function.  Required material includes all safety items, tools, towing attachments/devices, dunnage, blocking/bracing, vehicle tarps, drip pans, stenciling equipment, and air compressors
• Review and prioritize work requests, shipping documents, material release and movement orders based on required delivery dates, lot and contract number, special handling, destination and type of storage or shipment.

Requirements for This Position Include:
• Shall have 10 years’ experience managing Marine Corps/Navy logistics operations
• Shall possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, Supply Chain, or an equivalent combination of experience and education
• Shall possess 4 years of Project Management/ Contract Management experience
• Must possess a good working knowledge of the following programs:
  o Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS MC)
  o Joint Container Management (JCM)
  o Automated Manifest System-TACTICAL II (AMS-TAC II)
  o Integrated Data Environment/ Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC)
  o Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systems (JOPES)
  o MAGTF Deployment Support System II (MDSS II)
  o Defense Transportation Regulations
  o MS Office Business Suite
  o Single Mobility System (SMS)
  o Integrated Booking System (IBS)
  o Joint Force Requirement Generator (JFRG II)
  o Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES)
• Preferred qualifications include:
  o PMP from PMI or equivalent DAWAI certification
  o Experience managing a large and diverse workforce
  o Marine Corps logistics background

Some Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

MAGTF Planner Specialist - Albany, GA New

MAGTF Planner Specialist - Albany, GA

  • Albany, GA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted February 05, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking an MAGTF Planner Specialist for the Marine Force Storage Center (MFSC) Integrated Logistics and Distribution Support program.  The MAGTF Planner Specialist supports such areas as the care of supplies in storage, inventory management and control, serialization, general warehousing, storage, tactical vehicle maintenance, kitting, marking and labeling equipment (i.e. pRFID tagging, IUID tagging, etc.), and distribution of Marine Corps Principle End Items (PEIs).  The MAGTF Planner Specialist will report to the Task Order Project Manager. Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Specific Tasks Include:
• Plan and coordinate movement of major end items and associated materials globally using full FDP&E procedures or standard Marine Corps/Navy transportation procedures as appropriate
• Provide updated status reports on cargo from planning to delivery
• Plan, construct, and input all required JOPES transactions for Time Phased Force Deployment Data preparation and execution on a timely basis
• Process all cargo to ensure compliance with both theater and DOD requirements to include the creation of any and all appropriate transportation/customs required documentation and/or data in hard copy or required electronic format for level IV and VI information
• Create and transfer data to appropriate activities for modal manifest requirements using MDSS II or other systems as appropriate
• Create all MARCORLOGCOM related JOPES Newsgroups
• Monitor all JOPES Newsgroups and respond as required
• Produce and affix all Automated Information Technology (AIT) according to DOD and service regulations
• Functional knowledge of JOPES, JFRG II, MDSSII, IBS, SMS, Mozilla Thunderbird Newsgroups, ICCLEAR, IGC, and ICODES applications. 

Requirements for This Position Include:
• Shall have 8 years’ experience managing Marine Corps/Navy logistics operations, specifically MAGTF Planner operations
• Shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business, Management, Supply Chain, or an equivalent combination of experience and education
• Must possess a good working knowledge of the following programs:
  o Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS MC)
  o Joint Container Management (JCM)
  o Automated Manifest System-TACTICAL II (AMS-TAC II)
  o Integrated Data Environment/ Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC)
  o Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systems (JOPES)
  o MAGTF Deployment Support System II (MDSS II)
  o Defense Transportation Regulations
  o MS Office Business Suite
  o Single Mobility System (SMS)
  o Integrated Booking System (IBS)
  o Joint Force Requirement Generator (JFRG II)
  o Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES)
• Preferred qualifications include:
  o Marine Corps logistics background

Some Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Embark Specialist - Albany, GA New

Embark Specialist - Albany, GA

  • Albany, GA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted February 05, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking an Embark Specialist for the Marine Force Storage Center (MFSC) Integrated Logistics and Distribution Support program.  The Embark Specialist supports such areas as the care of supplies in storage, inventory management and control, serialization, general warehousing, storage, tactical vehicle maintenance, kitting, marking and labeling equipment (i.e. pRFID tagging, IUID tagging, etc.), and distribution of Marine Corps Principle End Items (PEIs).  The Embark Specialist will report to the Task Order Project Manager.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Specific Tasks Include:
• Inspect, measure, weigh supplies and equipment for air, ship, rail, truck embarkation
• Mark cargo with military shipping labels and radio frequency identification tags as necessary
• Ensure equipment is palletized properly
• Ensure equipment liquid levels meet conveyance requirements
• Ensure MARCORLOGCOM placard with pertinent information is placed on cargo (ULN/TCN) as necessary
• Conduct accountability of cargo embark/disembarked
• Assist in the pre-joint inspection and joint inspection for cargo at aerial port of embarkation
• Submit embarkation data using MDSS II or AIS to fill source requirement 
• Prepare load plans and hazardous cargo for Aircraft and Munitions of War Clearance Request (hazdip) for submission to the 618th Air Operations Center / Tanker Airlift Control Center
• Assist with data for the Integrated Booking System
• Maintain 463L Pallet system aboard MCLB Albany for Force Deployment Planning and Execution (FDP&E) requirements
• Inspect 463L pallets and nets for serviceability
• Send unserviceable 463L pallets and nets to designated Air Force Base
•  Support MARAD amphibious embarkation operations
•  Assist in conducting ship loading operations
• Assist with lashing and unlashing cargo
• Assist with creating or updating ship load plans
•  Prepare load plans for storage operations
•  Print story board load plans for movement team
• Assist with the execution of the load plan.

Requirements for This Position Include:
• Shall have 8 years’ experience managing Marine Corps/Navy logistics operations, specifically embark operations
• Shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business, Management, Supply Chain, or an equivalent combination of experience and education
• Must possess a good working knowledge of the following programs:
  o Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS MC)
  o Joint Container Management (JCM)
  o Automated Manifest System-TACTICAL II (AMS-TAC II)
  o Integrated Data Environment/ Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC)
  o Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systems (JOPES)
  o MAGTF Deployment Support System II (MDSS II)
  o Defense Transportation Regulations
  o MS Office Business Suite
  o Single Mobility System (SMS)
  o Integrated Booking System (IBS)
  o Joint Force Requirement Generator (JFRG II)
  o Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES)
• Preferred qualifications include:
  o Marine Corps logistics background

Some Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Distribution (Container) Manager Specialist - Albany, GA New

Distribution (Container) Manager Specialist - Albany, GA

  • Albany, GA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted February 05, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Distribution (Container) Manager Specialist for the Marine Force Storage Center (MFSC) Integrated Logistics and Distribution Support program.  The Distribution (Container) Manager Specialist supports such areas as the care of supplies in storage, inventory managements and control, serialization, general warehousing, storage, tactical vehicle maintenance, kitting, marking and labeling equipment (i.e. pRFID tagging, IUID tagging, etc.), and distribution of Marine Corps Principle End Items (PEIs).  The Distribution (Container) Manager Specialist will report to the Task Order Project Manager.  Position is contingent upon award of contract.

Specific Tasks Include:
• Conduct container management to include receipt, issue and inspection
• Perform container manual updates within Joint Container Management (JCM) System
• Be familiar with practicable application and usage of DA-2404 container inspection form, DD 1149 and DD 1348 transportation forms
• Logistics support to include but not limited to stenciling new container labels, decals, and or data plates
• Support the annual container inventory to be conducted during the 4th Quarter of the fiscal year with the results furnished to MFSC HQ
• Prepare recommendation updates to the USTRANSCOM - managed Joint Container Management (JCM)
• Support technical management encompassing inventory management
• Provide oversight of container inspection and recertification
• Maintain databases, using standard database programs such as MS Access, Excel, and Oracle, to provide distribution reports, analyses, and other relevant information to assist with distribution decisions
• Produce and place RFID Tags and Military Shipping Labels on any assets being processed for movement and released into the Defense Transportation System (DTS) in compliance with MARCORLOGCOM and local guidance, orders and policies; utilize the DoD ITV RFID system in compliance with MARCORLOGCOM and local regulations, orders and policies
• Analyze supply and transportation data to provide metrics on process and transportation time-lines
• Monitor all applicable cargo movements with ITV (AMS-TAC II) through all modes of transportation from origin to destination to determine the effectiveness of contracted transportation in meeting the Defense Transportation Time-line.

Requirements for This Position Include:
• Shall have 8 years’ experience managing Marine Corps/Navy logistics operations, specifically Distribution (Containers) Management operations
• Shall possess an Associate’s degree in Business, Management, Supply Chain, or an equivalent combination of experience and education
• Must possess a good working knowledge of the following programs:
  o Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS MC)
  o Joint Container Management (JCM)
  o Automated Manifest System-TACTICAL II (AMS-TAC II)
  o Integrated Data Environment/ Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC)
  o Joint Operation Planning and Execution Systems (JOPES)
  o MAGTF Deployment Support System II (MDSS II)
  o Defense Transportation Regulations
  o MS Office Business Suite
  o Single Mobility System (SMS)
  o Integrated Booking System (IBS)
  o Joint Force Requirement Generator (JFRG II)
  o Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES)
• Preferred qualifications include:
  o Marine Corps logistics background

Some Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Logistician - MSC Material Management Supervisor (RRAM) New

Logistician - MSC Material Management Supervisor (RRAM)

  • Norfolk, VA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted January 26, 2018

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Material Management Supervisor for the Military Sealift Command (MSC) Real-time Reutilization Asset Management (RRAM) program in support of worldwide operations of various ships and shore support activities.  These support services require experience in marine equipment identification, marine equipment life cycle logistics, supply, warehousing, commercial and military distribution processes, procedures and techniques.  The successful applicant will be responsible for storage, issue, kitting, inventory control, expediting, tracking, receipt and inspection of incoming and outgoing RRAM residual material in accordance with Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR) requirements.

Requirements for this position include:
• Shall have 10 years of experience in material/inventory management operations at the Fleet or commercial maritime industry level
• Shall have 6 years of experience in managing a material distribution facility
• Shall have 4 years of experience in managing/supervising warehouse staff
• Shall have 4 years of experience with material packaging, handling, storage & transportation (PHS&T) requirements, processes, and procedures, to include Hazardous material and controlled material special handling processes, and knowledge of Federal/DoD Supply system requirements
• Shall have 4 years experience managing specialized equipment such as CBRD equipment, Force Protection Equipment, Communications equipment or IT equipment
• Shall have 4 years of experience using either DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard or commercial warehouse inventory systems
• Shall have 4 years of experience using commercial In-Transit Visibility tools for inventory tracking purposes
• Shall have demonstrated experience with Navy-ERP (N-ERP)
Must hold current fork truck operator’s certificate and license
Must be a United States citizen
Must possess a Secret security clearance.

Benefits include:  Paid Leave, 8 Paid Holidays, Health & Dental Coverage, Life Insurance, Tuition Assistance, Flexible Spending Account, Commuter Benefits (were available), Long Term Disability, 401(k) plan with Company Matching.

Travel may be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Supply Management Analyst - Material and Distribution Support Services - San Diego

Supply Management Analyst - Material and Distribution Support Services - San Diego

  • San Diego, CA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted October 25, 2017

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Supply Management Analyst to support the material and physical distribution services required to support worldwide operations of various ships and shore support activities.  These support services require experience in marine equipment identification, marine equipment life cycle logistics, supply, warehousing, commercial and military distribution processes, procedures and techniques. 
The position is contingent upon award of contract.

Required Skills and Experience:
• Requires 6 years experience providing warehouse support services to MSC, DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies
• 4 years experience in material identification and sourcing material from commercial or federal sources
• 4 years experience in material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP or DLMS requisition transactions
• 4 years experience in material shipping, monitoring, tracing, and tracking using both commercial sources and the Defense Transportation System (DTS) for CONUS and OCONUS delivery
• 2 years experience conducting shipboard inventories, developing storeroom mock-ups, layout, and supporting material on-loads and off-loads
• 2 years experience using either DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard or commercial warehouse inventory systems
• 2 years experience using either DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard or commercial in-transit visibility tools for inventory tracking purposes
• Must hold current fork truck operator’s license
• Shall be a United States citizen
• Shall possess ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance.

Travel will be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

Supply Management Analyst - Material and Distribution Support Services - Norfolk

Supply Management Analyst - Material and Distribution Support Services - Norfolk

  • Norfolk, VA
  • Full-Time
  • Posted October 25, 2017

About this Position

Professional Analysis, Inc. (PAI) is seeking a Supply Management Analyst to support the material and physical distribution services required to support worldwide operations of various ships and shore support activities.  These support services require experience in marine equipment identification, marine equipment life cycle logistics, supply, warehousing, commercial and military distribution processes, procedures and techniques. 
The position is contingent upon award of contract.

Required Skills and Experience:
• Requires 6 years experience providing warehouse support services to MSC, DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies
• 4 years experience in material identification and sourcing material from commercial or federal sources
• 4 years experience in material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP or DLMS requisition transactions
• 4 years experience in material shipping, monitoring, tracing, and tracking using both commercial sources and the Defense Transportation System (DTS) for CONUS and OCONUS delivery
• 2 years experience conducting shipboard inventories, developing storeroom mock-ups, layout, and supporting material on-loads and off-loads
• 2 years experience using either DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard or commercial warehouse inventory systems
• 2 years experience using either DOD, Merchant Marine, U.S. Coast Guard or commercial in-transit visibility tools for inventory tracking purposes
• Must hold current fork truck operator’s license
• Shall be a United States citizen
• Shall possess ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance.

Travel will be required.

To apply, please email your resume to [email protected]

How to Apply

To apply for this position, please send an email with a brief summary about yourself, salary requirements, and resume attached to
careers@pai-inc.com.

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