LMI

Logistics Operations Analyst

Job Locations US-SC-Shaw AFB
Posted Date 5 months ago(6/3/2021 7:24 AM)
Job ID
2021-6584
# of Openings
6

Overview

LMI is seeking a Logistics Operations Analyst at the client site at Headquarters, U.S. Army Central, Shaw AFB, SC. This effort supports USARCENT Operational Sustainment and USARCENT G-4 staff on all matters pertaining to developing, updating, and implementing local and theater policies and procedures concerning distribution operations for all Classes of Supply in the USCENTCOM AOR. The candidate must possess an active DoD Secret clearance.

 

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Responsibilities

  • Assist with maintaining uninterrupted operations of material flow of Class I through Class X Classes of supply, to include material flow to Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services (DLA-DS) locations.
  • Track equipment loaned to Coalition under Sponsor Unit’s derivative Department of Defense Activity Address (DoDAAC), and maintenance costs will be tracked through that Unit Identification Code (UIC).
  • Respond to requirements for standard, non-standard, and irregularly produced data output and analysis, such as, but not limited to: Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-Army), Authorized Stockage List (ASL) Management, Receipt Operations, Requisition Processing, Demand Accommodation and Satisfaction, Critical Item Stock Status across the theater, ASL Stock Status and Critical ASL Stock Status for key Supply Support Activities (SSA), Available Balance File dump for all Operation Enduring Freedom SSAs and MROs, and Summarized Statistics on key SSAs.
  • Develop trend analysis and present information using the following systems: GCSS-Army, Army Electronic Product Support (AEPs), WEB Visual Information Processing System (WEBVLIPS), Federal Logistics Database (FEDLOG), AESIP Hub, Global Transportation Network (GTN), Radio Frequency In-Transit Visibility(RFITV), and United States Army Publishing Agency (USAPA).
  • Develop trend analyses that enhance integrated distribution lanes to improve Requisition Wait Time (RWT) and minimize double handling of materiel in Theater.
  • Produce and disseminate Excess Management Metrics Report and Detailed Customer Wait Time (CWT)/
  • Requisition Wait Time (RWT) Metrics for Intra-Theater Referrals.
  • Provide assistance to DoDAAC Managers at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait and at HQ, USARCENT staff at Shaw AFB, SC. Coordinate actions to properly close DoDAACs of units leaving Theater in compliance with the command policy.
  • Assist Supply and Services section in processing Exchange Pricing requests through GCSS-Army.
  • Prepare executive-level analysis and reviews, developing plans, documents, and directives focusing on logistics support to coalition nations.
  • Convert complex logistical data into executive-level pictorial briefings.
  • Assist in the development of logistical doctrine, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs), especially as it relates to multination logistics.
  • Prepare standard products to include talking points, information briefs, information papers, briefings, memorandums, messages, and FRAGOs in accordance
  • with (IAW) USARCENT standards in order to provide specific logistics information to executive level personnel.
  • Provide support on deliberate planning and crisis planning efforts, as well as assist with the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP).
  • Coordinate with USCENTCOM, USARCENT, DLA, Army Materiel Command (AMC), and/or other organizations on logistics operations and/or as it relates to multinational logistics requirements.
  • Serve as a subject matter expert in logistics operations and contingency planning and/or multinational logistics
  • operations and the specific multinational programs, such as (but not limited to): Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements (ACSA), NDAA Section 1207 Authority (Coalition Operational Needs Statement (CONS)), Foreign Military Sales (FMS), Excess Defense Articles (EDA), Foreign Excess Personal Property (FEPP), Foreign
  • Excess Real Property (FERP), Lift and Sustain Authority.
  • Generate Form 1-3a in ACSA Global Automated Tracking and Reporting System (AGATRS), and coordinate with coalition partners for amendment and final completion of the Form 1-3a.
  • Facilitate between among a cross-section of entities (CENTCOM, HQDA G-4, 408th CC, ASG-KU and subordinates, KMOD, Coalition Partners, 1st TSC, DLA, 402nd) to create and compile AGATRS cost and usage reports for the US CENTCOM AOR.

Qualifications

  • Ten years of experience in logistics and supply chain management at a Brigade level or higher.
  • Three years of experience in logistics and supply chain management within the USCENTCOM AOR.
  • Strategic level understanding of GCSS-Army and knowledge of SSF/GCSS-Army activities, history, and system functions
  • Strong quantitative, data manipulation skills and Standard Query Language (SQL) writing abilities.
  • Possess clear understanding and comprehension of current and future financial, logistical and support concepts at the Corps and Theater levels.
  • Skilled in MS Office automation to include SharePoint, and a clear understanding of Knowledge Management principles.
  • Familiarity in retail and wholesale supply systems, functions, and policies at the strategic level.
  • Brigade or higher-level knowledge and understanding of systems and how they tie in together for research, for example: GFEBS, AESIP Hub, SAAS-MOD, GCSS-Army.
  • Possess strong oral and interpersonal skills. Ability to work autonomously and high standards for personal performance. Strong organizational skills, self-directed, detail oriented, and adaptable to flexible work styles, environments, and locations. 
  • Active DoD Secret clearance.

A DoD Secret clearance is required for this position. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. LMI will only consider applicants with current security clearances. Please note that only U.S. citizens are eligible for a security clearance.

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