The Logistics Manager reports to the Procurement and Logistics Manager. S/he advises and assists in the preparation and review of all information in regard to Supply Chain Systems management. The incumbent coordinates with vendors and the ATA warehouse manager concerning receipt of supplies and services, the quality and acceptability of these supplies and services and evaluate vendor performance; additionally, verifies the completeness of Purchase Orders prior to submission to DS/ATA for invoice payments.
- Advises Procurement and Logistics Manager on current and projected Supply Chain management trends;
- Responsible for the daily tracking of all purchase orders for equipment and services to support DS/ATA Programs: Crisis Response Team (CRT), Very Important People (VIP), Explosive and Advanced Incident Counter-Measure (EIC/AEIC), Post Blast Investigation (PBI) and other designated programs;
- Reviews purchase orders for correctness prior to addition to tracking reports;
- Maintains detailed oversight of all procurements of weapons, ammunition, police supplies, training aids and ordnance equipment and supplies;
- Conduct accurate quality control inspections and report on equipment master lists, weapons inventories and shortfalls;
- Monitors and recommends changes to the Purchase Order Tracking System to track all purchase orders issued by DS Acquisitions Office;
- Establishes a working relationship with DS Contracting Office;
- Develops and maintains working relationships with various vendors and contractors;
- Develops and monitors a Discrepancy Reporting System to track all discrepancies that develop from incorrect supplies and services being received;
- Develops Supply Chain procedures in support of domestic and international DS/ATA training by:
- Evaluating course equipment for durability and functionality;
- Identification of course fill percentages;
- Identification of vendor lead times along with the inclusion of manufacturers’ - production schedules.
- Assist and manage overseas logistics preparation accountability processes for specialty military-related hardware, weapons systems and components, ammunition and explosives through periodic inventories, inventory reports and packaging to meet ICC and international standards and requirements.
- MUST be a US citizen and possess or be able to obtain/maintain a Secret clearance;
- Possess an Associates Degree or have at least three (3) years experience in Logistics;
- Experience with rules and regulations governing the movement and licensing of items under the Defense Trade control (CFR 19 and CFR 22) and basic knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR);
- Minimum of five (5) years experience in supply inventory control, procurement and transportation;
- Working knowledge of MS Office 2000 or XP software (e.g., Excel, Access, Outlook, etc).