Inventory Account Analyst
Landmark Aviation - Woodbridge, VA

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Review and reconcile inventory accounts at multiple Defense fuel terminals on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.

Investigate fuel situations independently and coordinate with multiple activities to initiate recommended actions to correct errant situations/practices.

Review multiple fuel accounts daily for timeliness and accuracy.

Analyze fuel loss reports, conduct independent investigations, and assist Defense fuel terminal personnel in identify reasons for excessive product gains or losses incurred during receipt, storage, and handling operations.

Handle simultaneous work assignments impacting the overall Defense Energy Support Center (DESC) inventory programs.

Review Department of Defense Manual 4140.25 and Interim Policy/Procedures and submitting recommendations for adjustments.

Investigate fuel movements, which are found to have discrepancies in quantities, and prepare and coordinate claims packages associated with these discrepancies.

Run queries from accounting and finance systems in order to fully investigate, document, run trend analysis.

Support building case documents which provide findings regarding fuel movements.

Communicate with and obtain necessary data from commercial and contracting personnel to support tasks and conclusions.

Required Skills

Required Experience

Bachelors Degree or 3 years direct experience with inventory related computer skills

Knowledge of petroleum supply chain management and inventory account reconciliation principles.

Understanding Defense Logistics Agency- Energy (DLA Energy) policy, quantity determination clauses (Bulk Fuel and Direct Delivery,) and DLA’s established loss limits for all petroleum operations (receipt, storage, sales, etc.).

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