*This is an ON-SITE position, not remote work. Please read the entirety of the posting before applying.
Security Requirements: Secret Security Clearance
The individual employed in the Logistics Analyst position should have at least an Associate degree in Logistics, Business Administration or a related business discipline.
The proposed Logistic Analysts for the Ashore CLIN should have experience in and knowledge in stock control operation
- Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) program; Navy Working Capital Fund (NWCF) policies and concepts
- financial management in the Navy; ashore aviation support programs and policies, I-Level maintenance operations, development of aviation supply policies and procedures, and NWCF policies and concepts
- automated aviation supply/maintenance management; commonly used supply system query programs, shipment channels, development of aviation supply policies and procedures, AVCAL/COSAL outfitting support; and standard supply processes.
- The proposed individual should have broad knowledge of the following Microsoft Office applications (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
- Applying candidate must have at least 10 years of experience working with the DoD.
- Candidate must obtain and maintain clearance level SECRET.
- Candidate must be authorized to work in the U.S.
- Excellent communication, both oral and written.
- Ability to work in a dynamic environment at all levels and influence them to move in the purposed direction.
- Strong problem-solving and creative skills.
- Ability to stay calm under pressure and keep to deadlines.
- Team working and leadership skills.
- Attention to detail is a must.
- Time management and organizational skills.
- Ability to interact effectively with company management, business area leads, functional counterparts and team members in a professional manner.
- Self-starter. Sufficiently motivated or ambitious without the help of others.
- Employ skills of active learning and listening, critical thinking, employment of learning strategies, monitoring/assessing work performance and complex problem-solving skills – to make improvements, develop alternative procedures or take corrective actions.