The Defense Group at Leidos currently is looking to fill positions for Intermediate Logistics Support Specialists - J4 to work supporting the Army Intelligence Center of Excellence HT-JCOE on Fort Huachuca, AZ. This opportunity will support the Huachuca Training and Support Contract. In this mission we will provide Training, Training, Development and Training Support Intelligence Center of Excellence as they train and education the Intel force for the Army.
Perform logistics management operations that include planning, coordinating, or evaluating the logistical actions required to support specified missions. Schedule and monitor funding milestones for appropriateness and timeliness. Monitor organizational compliance with logistical regulations. Collaborate and plan with appropriate personnel to coordinate and/or execute operations. Responsible for planning, managing, and coordinating the total cradle-to-grave life cycle logistics support for assigned systems, integrating separate functions of supply, maintenance, procurement and quality assurance into logistics activities. Must have strong written and oral communications skills.
- Bachelor's degree
- Secret Clearance
- Minimum two years' experience with related undergraduate degree from an accredited institution (4 years' experience in lieu of education may be considered)
- Three years' experience with Army Supply Warehousing
- Completed the Army Fundamentals of Supply web-based training course (completed course within first 60 days of hiring
- Knowledge of property accountability databases such as PBUSE/DPAS
- Demonstrated an understanding of AR 710-2, DA PAM 710-2-1, and AR 735-5
- Able to complete DA Forms 3161, 2062, 2765, and 1687 and DD Forms 1341-A, 200, and 362
- Able to lift equipment weighing up to 100 pounds (with assistance)
- Valid civilian driver's license and obtain a military vehicle operator's permit
- Able to work a modified work schedule to include evenings and weekends
- Able to travel up to 20% of the time
Experience as instructor at USAICOE
Combat experience post 9/11