Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Class VII Retrograde / Redistribution Manager - CGI - Kuwait

CGI Federal is searching for an experienced Class VII Retrograde/Redistribution Manager to work in location throughout SWA.

This individual will serve as Class VII Retrograde/Redistribution Manager located at a customer location in SWA. Specific duties include but are not limited to:
- Assisting in the monitoring of retrograde/redistribution processes and reports.
- Developing, implementing, and/or enforcing local and theatre policies and procedures of distribution systems.
- Assisting in establishing and monitoring theatre priorities and coordinating the priorities with applicable agencies.
- Identifying systemic short falls and recommending corrective actions.
- Monitoring visibility of all CL VII retrograde/redistribution equipment.
- Performing an expeditor and troubleshooter for issues involving Class VII.
- Collecting and analyzing reports from AMC's Army Field Sustainment Brigades (AFSB).
- Create and maintain reports for 1st TSC CL VII branch to include, but not limited to, the Retrograde Racetrack, CL VII Common Operating Picture, and Daily Executive Summary.
- Sending reports to USARCENT G4, HQDA, and any other agency requiring CL VII information from the 1st TSC.
- Attending necessary meeting/briefings.
Knowledge of Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE), Logistics Information Warehouse (LIW), and Army War Reserve Deployment System (AWRDS).
- Familiar with all aspects of Class VII Life-Cycle Management.
- Familiar with Army maintenance and transportation operations.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, to include, but not limited to, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel, and Internet Explorer.
- Possess an active Secret Clearance.
- U.S citizenship required.

Education & Experience:
Bachelors' degree from an accredited college or university in the Business Management, Political Science, Logistics Management, Computer Science or related field; or no degree and minimum of 10 years equivalent experience with DOD supply management and/or distribution management along with two years of computer software/ office applications experience.

Physical Demands:
The individual must be able to perform duties in extreme weather (dusty, arid, high and low temperature). The location is in a desert environment. Position may require bending, kneeling, or crawling to get to equipment for labeling. Additionally, the position will call for the employee to climb onto military equipment and or vehicles to engage in data validation.
The individual is required to be in good health and be able to pass medical examinations as dictated by the U.S. Army.

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