Inventory Control Point Technician (Contingent)
The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (SOF AT&L) is responsible for all USSOCOM research, development, acquisition, procurement, and logistics. SOF AT&L works with Government, academia, and
industry in meeting its mission to provide rapid and focused acquisition, technology, and logistics support to Warfighters, delivering the most effective capabilities to our Special Operations Forces.
The purpose of this contract is to provide contractor support personnel to assist J4 in implementing and systematically maintaining the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) Warehouse, Maintenance & Utilization (M&U), Registry, Property Accountability, Force Management, and Material Management modules across all Special Operation Forces’ supply support activities. DPAS is the only authorized Accountable Property System of Record (APSR) approved by the DOD.
Evaluates individual PEO program’s life cycle cost and trade-off parameters to ensure optimal use of product support providers supply and resources without degrading operational readiness.
Interfaces with PEO/PM Product Support Managers IOT gather facts, analyze data, and develops recommendations relative to any life cycle matters; cross-references regulatory guidance, USSOCOM policy directives, and inventory management to recommend best practices that optimize program’s inventory management stock levels and distribution.
Implements and sustains USSOCOM Inventory Control Point (ICP) item management functions.
Coordinates with ICP SME II on implementation, trouble shooting, corrective action, and sustainment actions in execution of item management functions.
Plans, manages, and coordinates logistics supply chain support for an assigned major system or subsystems with government approval.
Integrates functions of supply, maintenance, spares procurement, and quality assurance into logistics activities required to sustain fielded systems with Government approval.
Assists PEO/PSM to implement Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) plans and milestones as directed by policy and guidance to provide the best product for the user, ensuring the most effective and economical means of support are considered and planned for during all stages of a system’s life cycle.
Utilize internal controls and recommend policy and regulatory changes, as well as program enhancements when needed.
Perform Item Manager duties within APSR to include but not limited to: assigned ICP management and maintenance functions, fulfill requisitions, referrals, dispositions and on-site inventory scheduling with Government approval.
Conducts causative research and fact finding as required in order to resolve item management discrepancies.
Associates degree required in Financial Management, Program Management or Logistics field Minimum 5 years of combined experience with DOD or other federal agency in Financial Management, Program Management and Logistics
Minimum 2 years' experience as a program/project lead supporting implementation and sustainment
Minimum one year experience operating in a Logistics Information System (LIS)
Prefer one year SOF experience with knowledge of USSOCOM enterprise, subordinate organizations, and Service roles and responsibilities
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Require Secret Clearance on day one of performance
The selected applicant will be subject to a background check and drug testing.
Think Analytically, Effective Verbal Communication, Effective Written Communication, Observe/Examine Details, Remember Details, Concentrate on Tasks, Adjust to Changes
Regular Attendance, Maintain Work Schedule, Stay Organized, Operate Equipment
Stand, Sit, Walk, Push or Pull, Balance, Bend, Stoop, Kneel, Crouch, Reach, See, Repetitive Motion, Eye/Hand Coordination, Fine Manipulation, Lifting Up to 25 Pounds, Carrying Up to 25 Pounds
Dust/Dirt, Mechanical Hazards, Sharp Objects/Tools, Noise
- Job Family Operations
- Pay Type Hourly
- Tampa, FL, USA