Functions as the SSA Supervisor oversees, manages, and directs all logistics and Class 9 warehouse activities; coordinates with the maintenance team to ensure aviation repair parts are on hand. Oversees the daily logistics activities in support of all logistic maintenance activities. Works to identify and resource maintenance repair parts, components, spares, and supplies; manage multimodal transportation/goods movement and packaging; supervise warehouse and distribution nodes; ensure customs and regulatory compliance; direct the efforts of vendors and subcontractors; and oversee the logistics management information system (MIS) to include forecasting, planning, and supply chain optimization functions.
A. Duties/responsibilities: Responsible for the logistics and SCM support activities associated with AFSS.
B. Independence: Performs within the broad guidelines of duties and responsibilities with significant choice of methods. Authority to select and implement goals and objectives within the execution of duties and responsibilities.
C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Primary Supervisor for all Logistics & Supply Chain Management Activities.
A. Education Level: Bachelor’s degree required. Graduate of US Army Aviation Officer Advanced Course, Combined Logistics Officer Advance Course, Warrant Advanced Course, or master’s degree preferred. Military Education Level 4 (MEL4) desired.
B. Experience: 15 years experience in US Army Logistics/Supply Chain Management (LSCM) (or 12 years military LSCM, 6 years industry/civilian experience) required. Former MAJ, CW4,CW3 or senior NCO preferred. Five years industry/civilian experience preferred. Military LSCM experience within the last 5-8 years desired.
C. Specific knowledge, skill, and ability requirements: Must possess an understanding of the US Army aviation logistics system specific to aircraft maintenance and repair. Demonstrated performance in the management of best-in-class industry supply chain principles – inventory management; forecasting/optimization and planning; stock, store, and issue; material handling, packaging, and transportation / goods movement; logistics IT systems; and Logistics/Supply Chain Management (LSCM) training. A working knowledge of property accountability and reporting, quality control, vendor/subcontractor management, and import/export administration. Proficient with Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Participates in meetings and conferences, as required. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and written. Ability to deal effectively with people in the supervision of staff. Ability to effectively communicate with the customer in a professional and courteous manner. Strong organizational and work management skills. US Citizenship is required for access to export/import control information. Possess a valid driver’s license. Other duties as assigned.