Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Title: Manager, Operations (Subject Matter Expert, Logistics)
Job Number: 1076032
KBR is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
Operations Manager – Logistics (Subject Matter Expert),
independently identifying requirements, formulating strategies and documenting contractor support concepts for military customers CONUS and OCONUS. Developing Basis of Estimates for
Supply and Services, Food Service operations, Fuel Services (Distribution and Storage), Munitions/ordnance operations, Vehicle / Equipment Maintenance functions (Field and Sustainment), and Transportation Management Operations to include Motor Pool Operations, Personal Property,
and Air Terminal operations PWS requirements.
Create project execution plans and developing schedules and guidance for implementation of projects ranging in size and complexity as well as creating organizational structures to perform logistics functions on various projects.
Must be able to
integrate all the logistics function into a cohesive organization; and able to anticipate the needs of the customer and act quickly and accordingly.
Prepare and define data needed for graphical representations to include proposal charts and tables, drawings, photo evaluation, call-outs, matrices, etc.
Develop Statements of Work (SOW) for subcontracted services.
Evaluate pre-solicitations, technical exhibits and requests for proposal (RFP). Prepare questions to client addressing RFP and technical exhibit inconsistencies. Participates in proposal review teams as a subject matter expert.
Perform functional research and be able to describe clearly in proposals, operational solutions to include innovative methods, differentiators, and best practices/approaches that frames as winning submissions.
Track statistics relevant to provide written materials necessary for winning proposals.
Meet with potential clients, partners and arrange for onsite tours as needed.
Continuous research of competitive trends, new products, and market performance in logistics. Provides technical and commercial assistance to match our services with customer needs.
Interface with business development, operational field services, and government service administration.
Coordinate and consult with various supporting functional area managers/subject matter experts on, resource requirements and development of cost and pricing justification for proposal development.
Able to travel to project sites to participate in site surveys, pre-contract award meetings and execute on the ground operational assessments.
Skills required for this job are typically acquired through the completion of an undergraduate degree and 12
years of military logistics experience, 4 of which should be in management
National security clearance at the Secret level preferred.
Excellent writing skills with computer literacy in basic programs to include MS Office Suite, MS Project and similar projects.
Capable of documenting and presenting (in writing and orally) concepts and procedures performed in Logistic Operations supporting US Military customers.
Current training or certifications in Lean Six Sigma or Quality Management techniques and processes.
Possesses working knowledge of Logistic Information Systems as they relate to various logistic functions.
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