2018-11-17 DynCorp Recruiting (www.dyn-intl.com)
Oconus Marshall Islands
The Fuels Manager provides leadership and guidance to Fuels Department personnel. Responsible for the overall program management of FUELS assets. Manages asset receipts, accountability, serviceability, storage, security, periodic inspections and deployment. Establishes asset reconstitution production schedules to meet customer requirements. Reviews asset reconstitution production, periodic maintenance and inventory reports to ensure timely and accurate submissions. Provides guidance on environmental issues as they relate to fuel assets. Responsible for program quality assurance as part of ISO 9000 standards.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Primary liaison between DynCorp sites and customer on issues pertaining to FUELS.
Oversees reconstitution and preservation plan for FUELS based upon requirements and the Performance Work Statement (PWS), to include the calibration of meters, gauges and tools, functional testing of pumping systems and hydrostatic testing of fuel hoses.
Tracks FUELS deployments, ensuring timely delivery of assets.
Answers inquiries from management and sites concerning various customer requests and external agencies.
Attends staff meetings and provides management reports and briefings, as required.
Provides assistance, guidance and coordination on revisions of FUELS maintenance actions in response to changes in customer publications, technical orders and the PWS.
Oversees product quality deficiency reports from submission to resolution.
Creates, coordinates, implements and revises FUELS standard operating procedures, work instructions and training plans, as required.
Conducts periodic staff assistance visits to all sites.
Performs other duties and TDY travel as directed by management.
Knowledge & Skills
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Capable of organizing data quickly and effectively. Able to prepare and execute briefings.
Knowledge of the customer maintenance management system.
Knowledge of customer maintenance and operating procedures for fuels operational readiness capability desired.
Knowledge of FUELS industrial safety, quality, environmental procedures, material deficiency reporting and the customer supply system required.
Proficiency in Microsoft software applications required.
Experience & Education
Minimum eight (8) years of experience in FUELS maintenance and management required and at least two years of customer HDQ experience desired.
Associate’s degree in logistics management or equivalent.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Living and working conditions at the assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable.