The Property Control/Supply Lead duties include, but are not limited to:
Manage warranties, exchanges and returns
Track and manage repair status
Schedule, package, palletize, ship and receive equipment
Maintain, ship, and dispose of property
Enter, maintain, and generate reports for supply and repair data in the MRO system
Perform and document the incoming inspection to identify, control, segregate, and maintain all materials (including raw materials and parts) according to the manufacturer requirements or standard industry practices.
Inspect incoming work performed by outside sources and incorporated in articles undergoing maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alteration and ensure that they were properly performed and documented.
Control and distribute the inventory.
Distribute any technical information, documents or data received through the stock room.
Ensure that parts that have been designated as scrap are appropriately handled.
Maintain the preservation of all articles or parts, while carried in inventory including parts that are subject to deterioration and shelf-life specifications.
Ship material and parts following all HAZ MAT and shipping regulations.
Ensure they are familiar with the proper procedures for detecting and reporting suspected unapproved parts as required by Leidos Incorporated's RSM/QCM.
Supports all aspects of inventory management, including supply, material control and management (i.e., consumable and repairable parts), property management, shipping and receiving (international and domestic), stock replenishment, inventory control, freight and transportation management, surplus property, serialized parts, core exchanges, tool control, and warranty program, while ensuring compliance with contract requirements, standards, and regulations. Within the Leidos 14 CFR Part 145 the Property Control/Supply Lead acts as the "Stores Clerk". This tasking equates to a full time responsibility that will be located at the main on-site Alliance Facility. Based on processes and procedures at the Leidos 14 CFR Part 145 Repair Station and proven processes and procedures within similar aviation programs; 1 Property Control/Supply Lead is required to ensure the fleet maintains operational readiness.
R equires high school diploma or equivalent and 3 - 5 years of prior relevant experience.
The Property Control/Supply Lead shall have a minimum of eight (8) years of experience in the Property Management career field with three (3) of the eight years supervising six (6) or more employees.
The Property Control/Supply Lead must be experienced with a strong working knowledge of the following areas:
(1) Inventory management and controls
(2) Property management and controls
(3) Shipping and receiving (international and domestics operations)
(4) Stock replenishment
(5) Stock usage (high/low/replenishment limits)
(6) Freight and transportation management
(7) Surplus property
(8) Hazardous material control.
Demonstrated experience of general aviation is desired but not required.
This position is a full time responsibility and must be located at the main on-site Alliance Facility.