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Government Furnished Materials Manager

ABOUT THIS POSITION The selected candidate shall proactively identify the status of all contractual Government Furnished Material (GFM)/Government Furnished Equipment (GFE)/Government Furnished Property (GFP) items as they relate to the vehicle production, testing and fielding schedules to enable the Government to effectively manage risk areas.  Coordinate with other Government Agencies in the timely delivery of GFM/GFE/GFP.  Coordinate GFM/GFE/GFP requirements with the GFP Team Management Control Activity.  Enter information into Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS), TACOM-Unique Logistics Support Application (TULSA) and the Army Loan Tracking System (ALTS) as required.  For each item identified as GFM/GFE/GFP track: current quantity on hand, current usage rate, current condition of items, forecasted usage schedule, and status summary of PQDRs.  Requisition, manage delivery, receipt, storage, movement and disposition of GFM/GFE/GFP.  Monitor and report cost, schedule, and performance issues associated with GFM/GFE/GFP.  Conduct inventories of 100% sensitive/COMSEC property on an annual basis and standard GFM/GFE/GFP every three years or when required by the COR. Qualifications   BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 10 years experience in the logistics field.  In lieu of a degree a total of 14 years experience in the logistics field is required. Must be able to pass a background check. Applicant selected may be subject to a government securityinvestigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Must demonstrate comprehensive experience and knowledge of: Coordinating the efforts and maintained effective working relationships with a myriad of base officials Must possess the ability to work well as part of a team or with minimal supervision.   Key skills: Problem Solving Multi-Tasking Clear and well organized communication skills 1076166
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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