Education Requirements |
Education and Experience:
a. Five years general experience in management, professional, investigative, technical or other responsible work in providing quality control of services/products in support of specified logistical missions (i.e. Maintenance, Supply, Transportation).
b. Five years specialized experience in development, implementation, and management of a quality control program encompassing the following:
(i) Understanding of program planning, data collection and analysis, and quality control techniques.
(ii) Broad knowledge of applying quality programs relating to a variety of logistical functions (i.e. Maintenance, Supply, and Transportation).
c. Bachelor’s degree in Quality Management, Control , Assurance, or an equivalent Military degree.
- Preferred experience in an Army Directorate of Logistics (DOL) in a supervisory position.
- Preferred knowledge of military personnel organization, regulations, policies, and procedures.
- Preferred knowledge of Army STAMIS maintenance systems.
- Ability to identify problems and develop, recommend and/or implement innovative solutions.
- Skill in compiling information and preparing reports.
- Ability to work effectively under pressure to meet deadlines; includes changes in mission requirements, short suspense’s, and customer needs.
Serve as the Quality Control Manager for the Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Directorate of Logistics.
Ensure all supporting requirements (e.g., implied tasks) required to fulfill the primary task areas are accomplished to standard using industry best practices, while continuously working toward reducing costs without increasing risk or sacrificing quality.
a. Implement our quality control program that outlines the goals, objectives and standards, and a Quality Control Plan (QCP) that details the methods, procedures, and processes used to meet customers’, regulatory, and our quality processes.
b. Emphasize deficiency prevention over deficiency detection, be compliant with all elements of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) (currently: 9001:2008), and encompass the entire contract.
c. Ensure repairs are performed IAW the maintenance request and to standards, to include estimated task times, as stated in current equipment Technical Manuals (TMs), Technical Bulletins (TBs), Modification Work Orders (MWOs), Safety of Use Messages (SOUMs), Special Technical Inspection and Repairs (STIRs), other applicable government technical publications, or OEM equivalent publications when a government technical publication is not available.
d. An understanding of the Army’s data processing systems as they relate to the total logistical responsibility of the contract. This includes the ability to implement future programs relative to the above.
e. Military correspondence and knowledge of understanding of the Army’s chain of command.
f. Skill in written and oral communications.
g. Capability to adjust work operations to meet emergency or changing program or production requirements within available resources without a reduction in the quality of work.
h. Ability to analyze organizational and operational problems and develop timely and economical solutions.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS – The work is mostly sedentary. No special physical demands are involved. There may be some walking Standing, bending or carrying of light items up to 25 pounds.
WORK ENVIRONMENT - The employee works in an adequately lighted and ventilated office or motor pool environment. Observes normal safety precautions. There will be some hazardous material in certain areas of the work environment.
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