Logistics Support Specialist
PAC is an innovative, privately-owned company delivering high-impact operational capability to our Defense and commercial partners. Our trusted team of engineers, operational experts and technical specialists share a passion for the capabilities we support – always ready to go the extra mile to ensure mission success. We look for people who value integrity, flexibility, and professionalism – these values set the standard for everything we do.
Our culture allows us a unique opportunity to make – and see – an impact. We enable autonomy, value professional curiosity and decisiveness, and – above all – cultivate collaboration. Our dream candidate doesn’t just ‘fit’ our culture – they add something unique and enhance it.
About the role
Our team is seeking a Logistics Support Specialist focused on Foreign Military Sales, specifically with Australia, to help enable effective solutions and take initiative when problem-solving. This role is located at the Navy Supply Command, Philadelphia, PA and can support remote work. This role is expected to start on or about 01 July 2024.
This position is contingent upon government contracting activities.
- Monitor CMT aspects of requisitions with particular focus on priority requisitions into USN through to freight forwarder against FMS cases.
- Monitor PROS requisitions and management of exception requisitions.
- Monitor and ensure delivery of P&A’s within 24 hours, monitor requisitions resulting from P&A’s enquiries from all agencies ensuring services to TLS Contractor.
- Monitor and direct all shipping priorities to the Freight Forwarder. Maintain priority database and follow up ensuring all shipping priorities are adhered to and documented.
- Research and resolve general requisition inquiries such as but not limited to status, technical information, and additional funding requests. Investigate suspended shipping consignments through appropriate agencies, follow up and provide advice for redirection of shipping consignments.
- Raise discrepancy reports against suspended freight where consignments are suspended for missing and/or incomplete paperwork. Compile and report all missing, misdirected and/or incomplete paperwork to the US Government. Ensure all other deficiencies are forwarded back to Australia for action or pushed to TLS contractor to raise SDR locally back to Australia.
- Action requested cancellations, rejections, and upgrades; manage any requisitions by exception as needed.
- Provide FMS subject matter expertise advice to the Supply Liaison Officer and provide SME advice assisting in decision processes in accordance with policy, regulations, and business rules.
- Liaise with US DoD agencies to ensure FMS support is provided to the Australian program on behalf of in country stakeholders customer to expedite specific requirements.
- Investigate billing discrepancies, requisitions and provide advice to stakeholders
- Attend conferences, meetings, user groups, demonstrations, symposiums, and briefings as a Senior FMS Specialist
- Assist with training incoming staff
- Be able to be gain access to US and Australian government IT systems within the IT systems databases and other government sites. Develop an understanding of new IT systems that are required to be used while conducting business through on the job training and/or attending training courses where available.
- Travel – Domestic travel may be required and may be up to 15% of the time.
- 5 years’ broad professional experience in Defense logistics, Supply Chain or a related field
- Experience working within an FMS context and within a US DoD supply chain
- Familiarity with SCIP and MISIL;
- Fluent with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
- Understanding of USN and DoD FMS policies and systems
- Ability to draft reports and executive summaries highlighting key findings and gaps.
The stand-alone role is dynamic and involves collaboration across different physical locations and multiple time zones and supports client tasks and objectives as well as corporate needs.
Our dream candidate is someone who:
- Values autonomy and naturally takes ownership.
- Displays initiative and has exceptional attention to detail.
- Is an effective communicator and demonstrates a willingness to work collaboratively.
- Can multi-task and adjust to constantly changing priorities.
- Has a strong work ethic and always displays integrity and professionalism.
Life at PAC
We recognize the value of your unique skills and will provide you with a flexible working environment, ongoing training and development opportunities and a competitive salary. Additional benefits include:
- Medical, Dental, Vision options
- Life Insurance
- 401k plan with employer matching
- Employee Assistance Program
- Paid vacation leave, sick leave and public holidays.
Integrity is one of PAC’s core values and as such, we are committed to a culture of diversity and inclusion. PAC is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. Employment decisions are based solely on the best person for the job and without regard to candidate status, background and/or any characteristics protected by laws and regulations.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) are applicable and as such, your nationality may be a factor in determining your suitability for this role. US citizenship is required for most positions.
Unsolicited applications from agencies will not be considered.
PAC is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, veteran status, genetic information, union status and/or beliefs, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.
Level of effort:
$83,000 – $115,000
01 July 2024
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