Leidos is currently seeking a Logistics Analyst. The Logistics Analyst will work and travel in between customer sites as needed; customer sites include Kandahar, Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan. The Logistics Analyst will be responsible for high volume requisitioning of a wide variety of materials, supplies and services. The Logistics Analyst should have working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
Primary Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Responsible for a high volume of requisitioning of a wide variety of materials, supplies and services. Has working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR). Has daily contact with vendors; conducts limited market research; recommends suppliers, price and delivery to the Buyer; ensures that all Purchase Requisitions are tracked until generated into a Purchase Order. Responsible for complying with corporate policies, procedures and underlying Federal, state, and/or local regulations concerning the purchase of goods, materials or services. Responsible for updates to status reports, databases and spreadsheets. Ability to plan, organize and manage multiple projects. Works in a team environment with independent assignments. Reviews, updates, and analyzes logistical data and parts within Leidos proprietary database. Responds to request for logistics statistical data from Leidos Program Management Office and Government POC. Works closely and supports the Procurement Team with all aspects of Logistical Support. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor. Proficient in MS Office, MS Outlook, Excel and other office equipment.
Proficient in MS office, excel and other office equipment.
High School Diploma with a minimum of 5 years related experience required.
Candidate must have an active NACI clearance.
Program Specific Requirements:
Active US passport with a minimum of 12 months before expiration prior to start date.
Visa with multiple entries for 12 months prior to start date
Completion of Customer required International Readiness Certifications prior to deployment.
Failure to complete any of these actions within 60 days of accept will result in rescinding of the offer. If the candidate is unable to pass the medical screening after the start date and prior to deployment an immediate administrative termination will be requested.
All candidates for this position must have prior completion of a positively adjudicated Federal Government Investigation in order to qualify for the role allowing them to receive a Common Access Card (CAC).