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Navy Logistics Supervisor

Department: Operations
Location: Seattle, WA

Vigor Values

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Responsibility:
 We act on what we know is right
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: We seek mastery, and adapt to a changing world
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 We care about the people we work with, and the world we live in

POSITION SUMMARY: 

The Navy Logistics Supervisor is responsible for managing key logistics processes in support of the execution of Navy projects. Processes include ILS/PTD, interference removal management, and disposition of government property. These processes are performed in accordance with NAVSEA Standard items and Vigor internal processes.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Train and manage the staff tasked with performing the logistics processes detailed below.
  2. Responsible to manage this process within established budget limits.
  3. Manage and be able to perform ILS/PTD in accordance with NAVSEA standard items 009-19 and 009-21.
  4. Manage interference removal in accordance with NAVSEA standard item 009-23.
  5. Manage disposition of government property in accordance with NAVSEA standard item 009-20, NAVSEA drawings, and direction of the Government Property Administrator.
  6. Create, or oversee the creation, of the trackers required to manage these processes. This entails compiling data from multiple sources into a concise format that allows for the detailed tracking of a high volume of material. Depending on the process, tracking material is done in Excel, IFS, or Government material management databases.
  7. Manage these processes at the high level of compliance required to pass NAVSEA and DCMA audits.  
  8. Manage the high volume of data flow of information and reporting requirements of these processes. This requires communication with the Vigor project team, subcontractors, and the government project team.
  9. Manage the physical flow of material. This includes receipt of material from the vessel, determining proper disposition based on the NAVSEA standard items, insuring proper disposition. Disposition can be scrap, return to government, or reinstall onboard. All steps must be documented and reported per NAVSEA standard items.

 

 

SECONDARY FUNCTIONS: Understand NAVSEA standard item 0092-20, Government Property Management, and its interaction on the other logistic processes.  

 

JOB SCOPE:

Navy Logistics Supervisor operates within established parameters, but is encouraged to suggest process improvements. The person must exercise sound decision making when dealing with multiple internal and external customers. Failure to properly perform the responsibilities of this position may lead to a non-compliant system and adverse effect on award fee.  

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:  The staff will consist of ILS Technicians and Interference Coordinators

INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:   

The role reports to the Supply Chain Manager. He/she interacts on daily or weekly basis with the Vigor and Government project teams, subcontractors, material and subcontract buyers, GFM staff and warehouse staff. Communication skills are critical to be successful in this role.

 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

High School Diploma or GED Certificate is required. AA degree or equivalent work experience is preferred.

 

Minimum five years’ logistics experience, preferably with Navy or government logistics processes. Supervisor experience also preferred.  

 

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS:    Security Clearance required.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Dynamic, fast paced office/shipyard environment with moderate to loud noise levels from production activity. The individual may be required to be in production areas in yard and onboard ships. He/she must be able to walk to and from job sites. The person must be able to climb inclined stairways and vertical ladders; to enter confined areas and tanks; to work at heights.   The incumbent must be able to frequently bend, squat, crawl, twist   and may be required to lift up to 25 pounds. May spend extended time sitting in front of a computer terminal. He/she may be required to work more than 8-hour shifts and weekend work. There may be local travel and out-of-town travel (including air travel) up to 5% of the time with notice. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT:   While in the production areas may be exposed to all weather conditions, noises, dust and odors. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Vigor and its wholly owned subsidiaries provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veterans, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Vigor complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, benefits, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.