Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
LCV EUCOM Bulgaria IJP: Sr. Specialist, Logistics Support / GCSS-Army Operator
KBR JOB DESCRIPTION:
Under general supervision, solves complex problems requiring detailed knowledge of field and industry best practices. Uses experience and problem solving skills to develop and improve processes. May provide guidance to less experienced team members.
Sr. Specialist, Logistics Support / GCSS-Army Operator
Responsible for the development of logistical plans, policies, and procedures necessary to provide support in the logistics areas of supply, transportation, maintenance, and services. Recommends and coordinates the logistics support structure to perform the logistics functions of the project. Coordinates the interface between logistics functions such as transportation, maintenance and warehousing to ensure efficient, timely, and cost effective support to the customer. Proficient in GCSS-Army as it relates to maintenance operations and supply logistics in an equipment maintenance facility. Must have demonstrable knowledge of the operations of GCSS-Army to include scheduled, unscheduled, and special maintenance work, authorized stock, storage, excess management, and other required maintenance processes. Will require familiarity with peripheral equipment maintenance and inspections. Coordinates with customers to ensure desired logistics objectives, priorities, and schedules are met and communicated to management. Analyzes work processes and develops metrics for measurement of performance. Coordinates with Environmental, Safety, and other Shared Services functional areas as appropriate in regard to logistical functions performed under contract. Typically requires 3-5 years experience and completion of an undergraduate degree.
PROJECT JOB DESCRIPTION:
Responsible for ensuring that all maintenance actions are properly processed thru the GCSS-A system. Must be able to perform causative research to solve various receipts and, issue discrepancies involving shortages, overages, damages, unit of issue/unit of measure, duplicate documents, etc. Must be a team player and, provide a strong level of customer service. Must ensure compliance and adherence to various Army regulations, SOPs and, other military Doctrine as it relates to Equipment Maintenance Operations. (AR 750-1, AR 710-2, AR 710 2-2, etc.). Adhere to all applicable safety procedures and policies. Maintain database as well as files IAW established guidelines. Certification of formal GCSS-Army training is required. 3-5 years of experience in the applicable discipline may be acceptable in lieu of formal training. Prerequisite GTRAC certificates for the applicable discipline are required.
•Proficient and certified in the use of the GCSS-Army system as it relates to equipment maintenance activities.
•Must be able to multitask and work with little or no supervision
•Must have good leadership skills and the ability to make informed decisions
•Must be able to understand and comply with various military regulations, Army regulations and, SOPs
•Must be able to provide good oversight over the performance and production output of the entire operation.
•Must be able to lift 50lbs, will require walking, bending, reaching and, carrying.
•Possess a valid driver’s license
•Experienced in computer database management (Word, Excel, Access)
•Previous GCSS-Army experience as it relates to equipment maintenance operations.
•Proficient in utilizing office equipment, programs, and spreadsheets utilized in reporting daily workload data.
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