The Logistics and Mission Solutions (LMS) Organization at Leidos is currently seeking a Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) Operator for Camp Buehring, in support of the Ammunition Supply Point (ASP)/Theater Storage Area (TSA) Program in Kuwait.
Report directly to the SAAS Supervisor/Area Manager. In conjunction with direction received from the Supervisor/Manager, plans and accomplishes inventories of all stocks; managing, coordinating, and controlling requirements, receipt, issue, transfer, location change, verify information provided on customer DA Form 1687, accept E581 from Total Ammunition Management Information System (TAMIS), disposition of ammunition, turn-in residue, ammunition components and packing materials; provide guidance on using automated Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) and provide technical assistance to customers. Participates in the planning and coordinating of ammunition inventories to ensure the proper carrying out of the overall inventory functions. Participates in causative research on stock record balances not agreeing with inventory counts. Provides detailed comparisons from available information sources to include historical records and SAAS transaction files. Uses available resources to resolve errors and determines cause of discrepancies and adjustments required to bring stock records into agreement with inventories. Participates in the preparation of various ammunition transaction documents pertaining to stock control functions. Verifies the accuracy of inbound/outbound paperwork. When required, uploads inventory data, runs reports and provides supply technical advice on stock control operations to coworkers and customers. Monitors pending receipts/shipments and maintains overall operational awareness of activities within the ASP. Responsible, under the direction of the SAAS Supervisor, for all stock control procedures and SAAS documentation which includes: scheduling reports; archiving files; storage files maintenance; input; and output. Participates in providing technical assistance in using the various programs to maintain a complete and accurate database. Maintains hard copy files of supply transactions, voucher numbers, causative research, adjustment documents, documents, document register, and other records related to ASP operations. Collects data and provides reports as required. Use various computer operation systems/programs (MS-Windows; MS-Office) to enhance administrative capabilities, and development of unique databases and spreadsheets for management of munitions stocked, issued, and received by the ASP. Cross-train ASP personnel on the proper operation of SAAS. Perform other duties as assigned.
Must have diploma and 1-3+ years of experience. Must have knowledge of ammunition accountability operations and be capable of input and retrieval of data from SAAS. Must have the ability to generate/produce data and reports needed for all required operations. Must remain current with new and changing functions of the SAAS system and shall train on new supply systems as directed by the Government if SAAS is replaced or modified. Must have a thorough knowledge of read/write capability through SAAS. Must be fluent in speaking and writing the English language. Must be able to perform and manage all the functions associated with the SAAS applications and the SAAS end user manual.