Full Time Employee Contractor
This is a TDY Position -- 90% travel.
The Bureau of Diplomatic Security is charged with providing a safe and secure environment for USG personnel working under the authority of a US Embassy Chief of Mission. The Regional Security Office is the hub for all security operations throughout a country. Logistical requirements necessary to maintain all of the electronic countermeasure systems and meet the required level of security necessitates the addition to the C4I Logistics footprint. The addition is designed to enhance support in the areas of inventory management, procurement, supply, computerization, and support for regional operations.
The Contractor position will serve as a Logistician for an Embassy’s C4I program under the Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) Program. The position will be assigned to the Regional Security Office where the contractor will work under the direction of the C4I Regional Security Officer and DS/ST/STO Special Projects. The incumbent will report to the in-country Program Manager and the C4I Senior Logistician. This individual will be accountable for ensuring that the C4I assets and equipment are adequately and appropriately accounted for, tracked and maintained.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
• Perform administrative and/or logistical functions, as directed.
• Prepare and maintain property, maintenance, operational records and periodic/scheduled reports.
• Coordinate travel and shipping arrangements.
• Coordinate installation & maintenance activities.
• Maintain the inventory databases of equipment and assets.
• Utilize Unclassified and Classified e-mail.
• In conjunction with warehouse operations, this position shall maintain strict accountability of equipment, supplies, spare parts, etc. through a computerized file and accounting system.
Supervisory Responsibility: The ECM Senior Logistician will provide general guidance, train and support professional staff consisting of DoS, contractor and other employees.
• High school diploma or GED required.
• At least five years of experience working as a logistician.
• One (1) year of overseas experience in international administrative and logistical support issues
• Advanced knowledge of inventory databases such as: NEPA, Asset Management, NT Pams (TSCM), Maximo and WPAS systems is a plus.
• Knowledge of Government procurement systems is a plus.
• Level 3 English proficiency.
• Experience working with a wide range of logistics and procurement issues.
• Knowledge of inventory procedures and accountability.
• Ability to maintain strong working relationships and deal effectively with high-ranking U.S. Embassy personnel and high-ranking military officers.
• General warehouse experience.
• Strong written and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to live and work in dangerous and difficult conditions.
• Commitment to support and abide by the Department of State’s Regional Security Office’s policies and regulations.
• Must be proficient with Microsoft Suite of products including, Word, Excel, Access and E-mail business software.
• Must demonstrate a good attitude and ability to work as a member of a Team.
• Position requires self-motivation and the ability to work effectively under a minimum of supervision.
• Must be able to multi-task efficiently, work in a fast paced environment on multiple projects, and have a strong attention for detail.
Overseas travel will be required up to 90% of the calendar year in high-threat areas. Domestic travel may be required for training and coordination.
Work Environment: Full-time, 74-hour week usually under hazardous conditions when deployed in a theater of operations. Personnel meeting the provisions of Department of State Standardized Regulations, Chapter 650 – Danger Pay Allowance, and performing in a location determined a hazardous duty area are eligible to receive the prevailing hardship pay percentage over basic compensation.
Living Environment: Lodging, meals, medical and basic life support services will be provided while in a theater of operations. Personnel meeting the provisions of the Department of State Standardized Regulations, Chapter 530 – Hardship Differential Applicable to Post, are eligible to receive the prevailing hardship pay percentage over basic compensation.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to be able to occasionally stand; walk; sit; use hands and/or fingers to handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; operate office equipment, reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop; kneel; talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and or move up to 50 pounds. Medical conditions or physical impediments may disqualify candidates from overseas work where comprehensive medical care may be limited or unavailable, or where the condition or impediment would put the individual at unacceptable risk. Duties may be performed in an active combat zone where the employee would be required to seek shelter. There may be stress, psychological and physical hardships, and the possibility of living in field conditions associated with this position.
• Must have a current US Government TOP SECRET Personnel Security Clearance
• Must have a current US Government Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) (less than 4-1/2 years old) or be able to successfully complete a U.S. government administered Single Scope Background Investigation.
• Must be a U.S. Citizen.
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