SAIC is hiring a Property Support Specialist to join our team in Pyeongtaek, Korea.
The Cybersecurity, Network Operations and Maintenance of IT Support Team will provide professional, contract, technical, logistics, and management support for the USACISA-P as one of their service providers in the Republic of South Korea (ROK). For the US and Allied units throughout the ROK, the USACISA-P mission includes contract oversight, supporting and providing input for implementation, operations, support, and maintenance of assigned technology systems, including critical support for US and allied military leadership. Support requires work to have work performed in the ROK as designated Mission Essential staff members, and therein staff members will be afforded Invited Contractor (IC) status in accordance with the Mutual Defense Treaty between the ROK and the USA as defined in US Force Korea Regulation 700-19.
Performs support tasks related to the administration of government customer property. Support may be in one or more of the 15 functional areas: property management, acquisition, receiving, identification, records, movement, storage, inventories, reports, consumption, utilization, maintenance, subcontractor control, disposition, and closeout. Work is completed using sound business judgment to meet customer requirements in accordance with company policies and procedures and applicable laws. (It should be understood that this is not intended to be a detailed nor comprehensive description of any individual employee's job content. Managers set the specific duties and responsibilities for each employee).
PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Participates in the development of solutions to a variety of problems moderate in scope and complexity. Often refers to policies procedures and practices for guidance.
FREEDOM TO ACT: General supervision and instructions given for routine work, and detailed instructions given for new activities or special assignments.
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT: N/A
KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS AND ABILITY: Considerable knowledge of the job. Complete acquaintance with and understanding of the general and detailed aspects of the job and their practical applications to problems and situations ordinarily encountered. Supervision Received: General supervision and instructions given for routine work, and detailed instructions given for new activities or special assignments.
IMPACT: Errors may be detected and corrected but may cause moderate loss of time or expense to correct.
LIASON: Contacts are typically with individuals within own department and occasionally with contacts outside own organization. Contacts involved obtaining or providing information or data requiring some explanation or interpretation.
Required Education and Experience: