CBAI & Associates

  • Logistics/Inventory Support Specialist

    Location US-MS-Stennis Space Center
    Job ID
    2018-1350
    Category
    Logistics Management
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

     

    CBAI and Associates supports marines, soldiers, sailors, and airmen who defend our nation. Our uncompromising approach enables our customers and warriors to be outfitted with equipment that is operationally safe and sustainable, by providing life cycle logistics, project analysis and program management, differentiated by the integrity, quality and innovation of our people.

     

    At CBAI and Associates, we desire exceptional and innovative teams.  Exceptional teams are diverse teams, and so we invite people of diverse backgrounds to join us.  We especially want the creativity that diversity brings.  Keeping to these core values has propelled us to be a highly sought-after provider in defense logistics and professional services.

     

    CBAI and Associates is seeking a Logistics Inventory Specialist to provide on-site accountability and visibility support for Naval Oceanographic Plant and Minor Property Equipment Inventory Program at the Stennis Space Center, MS.

    Responsibilities

    • Conduct technical and causative research to identify equipment and material discrepancies in Defense Property Accountability records.
    • Execute DPAS accountability procedures to include conducting technical research, maintaining inventories, and disposal of NAVO’s General Equipment.
    • Conduct daily random samples of NAVO’s General Equipment to verify automated Minor and Plant Property records and fulfill inventory requirements.
    • Provide Government work center leaders with discrepancy reports.
    • Catalog and maintain DPAS files IAW established instructions and business rules.
    • Document and maintain General Equipment records for tracking and statistical data.
    • Conduct research to identify root cause(s) of discrepancies and provide recommendation(s) for resolving DPAS discrepancies.
    • Attend meetings in relation to DPAS.
    • Produce daily and monthly reports identifying problems and recommending solutions. Present alternatives to support recommendations.
    • Establish and maintain accurate, clear, concise files of various types of records and other documents.
    • Develop key milestones, spreadsheets, schedules, as dictated.
    • Conduct inventories of inbound and outbound shipments, frustrated or lost shipments, conduct equipment validation, and document preparation.
    • Maintain records for Maintenance Requests (MR), and Defense Property Accounting System Action request (DARS). 
    • Review and validate DD 200 (Surveys) for any lost, stolen, or missing assets.
    • Manage all aspects of the non-DPAS equipment Code Asset storage program to include coordination of receipt, delivery, storage locations, identification sheets, and database management.

     

     

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of six (6) years of experience in causative research/record reconciliation.
    • Must be familiar with Defense Property Accounting Software (DPAS) or equivalent.
    • Demonstrated knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Power Point) and Access databases.
    • Ability to work with a high degree of independence.
    • Possess tact, sound judgment, initiative and be professional at all times.
    • Demonstrate strong organizational, prioritization and customer service skills.
    • Possess excellent written and oral communications skills to prepare reports as required.
    • Thorough working knowledge of major supply system functions.
    • Strong analytical skills in reviewing related mission tasks and recommending improvements.
    • Proficient in Logistics computer application programs relating to requisition processing and related databases.
    • Skilled in identifying, analyzing and determining solutions to a wide range of logistic and inventory problems.

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