Fuels Accountant Tech (3331)

2018-06-13
IAP Worldwide Services (www.iapws.com)
Logistics/Transportation

/yr

  full-time   employee


Texas City
Texas
77591
United States

IAP - Ingenuity and Purpose

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TITLE: Fuels Accountant

The Fuels Service Center (FSC) is the dispatch and control center for fuel and cryogenic requests and the single focal point for all airfield fuel operations. Employee must have 2 years performing in all FSC functions IAW AFI 23-201 and DLA-Energy Policies and Instructions. The FSC will monitor all fuel operations and requests and will prioritize aircraft servicing based on established priorities. The FSC will monitor product movements, fuel, cryogenic, and fillstand operations, and vehicle and equipment status boards. Other responsibilities include; initiating emergency response actions per established checklists, maintaining positive control over all issued assets to include equipment and facility keys, and ensuring daily security checks are performed. Pertinent information will be documented/logged and all assigned fuels personnel will be notified of all warnings and other key information.

The Fuels Accountant must be able to perform processing and maintenance of a Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF) fuel inventory account; identify requirements; place fuel orders; account for the receipt of fuel; process inventory transactions; correct errors within the account; reconcile inventory; use features within the DLA Energy licensed software (FuelsManager Defense 8.0, Fuels Enterprise Server, Paperless Ordering and Receipt Transaction Screens (PORTS), and various other web based application tools); and locate necessary information on the DLA Energy web page. In addition, the Fuel Dispatcher/Accountant must generate and submit required reports from sources such as the Installation, Group and Squadron Control Centers as well as outside agencies and associated customers upon request. Other administrative duties will include updating assigned aircraft, personnel training and qualifications, and performing daily/weekly/monthly back-ups of the server computer applications of the Fuels Manager Defense (FMD) system. The FSC will maintain required items IAW AFI 23-201, Fuels Management and DLA-E instructions. FSC shall ensure the accuracy of all submitted reports.

KNOWLEDGE:

  • Proficiency with the Fuels Manager Defense (FMD) Dispatch and Control Log function a must.
  • Must be familiar with DLA-Energy policies and instructions for properly accounting for capitalized fuel products.
  • Must be able to generate REPOL reports.
  • Must have valid U.S. Driver's License and be able to operate a vehicle with a manual transmission.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and be able to obtain a U.S. Passport.
  • Must have excellent verbal and writing skills; be familiar with Microsoft programs such as Excel, Word, and Power Point. Candidates must be physically able and willing to work long hours to meet mission and contract requirements.

MIN EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Minimum of two (2) years Fuels Accounting experience, using FMD. Preferably completion of Base Level Defense Fuels Management Course, Course Number: DLA Energy-OF-J-03.
  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience performing fuel dispatching duties; most preferably experience controlling flightline refueling and defueling operations, maintaining equipment logs, personnel accountability.
  • Minimum of two (2) years hands-on experience compiling and processing fuels transactions, generating reports, implementing and enforcing policies, conducting cash sales, investigating gains and losses, performing causative research, overseeing emergency actions, reviewing and updating product ledgers utilizing the Fuels Manager Defense (FMD) program, generating work requests, performing queries and provide outstanding customer service over multiple Maintenance Operations Centers (MOC).
  • Must be able to pass a flight line access test and obtain a flight line access badge.
  • Must be able to pass employment and deployment qualification requirements that include medical, drug testing, and background checks, etc.
  • Must either have US SECRET Security Clearance or be able to obtain.

TRAVEL REQUIREMENT: 100% Overseas Assignment

"The position may require that the applicant meet the Minimum Standard Medical requirements."

 

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