Job Requisition Number: 96249 Category: Logistics – Analyst Primary Location: Norfolk, VA, US Security Clearance: Secret Clearance Status: Must be Obtainable Schedule: Full Time Type of Travel: Continental US Percent of Travel Required: Up to 25% Description : Duties and Responsibilities: Candidate will be supporting Mid Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) by providing assessment support for the Total Ship Readiness Assessment (TSRA), Ballistic Missile Defense Readiness Assessment (BMDRA), and Continuous Maintenance Availability Visits (CMAV) onboard Navy ships. Candidate will be responsible for prepping visits by coordinating with team members to download APL files from CDMD-OA. Download CSMP file from the SPEAR/MFOM website.
Print CSMP Yellow sheets, ICMP Blue sheets, and APL sheets. Checking ICMP 2Kilos ensuring Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRC) identified are current. Assembles system books IAW the tasking from MARMC Assessment Directors.
While onboard visits, candidate performs repair part research/order/expedite/ receipt using Coordinated Shipboard Allowance list (COSAL), equipment technical manuals and drawings, GD-APL, ONE TOUCH Website to locate parts and availability, and FEDLOG. Researches and enters Configuration Additions, Deletions, and Changes (CK) for updating ship s SCLSIS in ship s OMMS NG or AWN System. Input parts requisition to the ship s legacy system.
Candidate will coordinate with Ships Supply Department for processing parts procurement, both in stock and open purchase items. Candidate will research correct Record Index Number (RIN) and Allowance Parts List (APL) and enter Material Assessment Form (MAF) for uploading to ship s legacy system. Post visit, candidate will complete ICMP close outs and submit to MARMC for upline to VSB.
Generates Post Visit reports and submits to MARMC Visit Analysis Center (VAC). Analyze ICMP to identify PMS MRC or Tasking discrepancies and submits Technical Feedback Reports (TFBR) to PMSMIS or SURFMEPP for discrepancies correction. Candidate researches and submits work files into CDMD-OA for processing configuration changes.
Required Qualifications: Shall possess experience on Naval engineering projects that include design, maintenance and repair and ship upgrades. Must possess knowledge of policies and procedures for ship maintenance on Navy systems. Must have experience working on Naval engineering projects including design, maintenance, repair, testing, installation, or ship upgrade of naval systems.
Must be knowledgeable in commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures within either Combat Systems or HM&E Systems. Specialized Experience: Must have technical experience with the 3-M System (PMS, CSMP, OARS), COSAL, Navy Supply, ILS and/or SHIPALT/FMP process. Must me knowledgeable of relationships, policies and procedures for ship maintenance between MARMC, NAVSEA, TYCOMS, Naval Shipyards and SUPSHIP/IMA Organizations.
A minimum of seven (2) years experience is highly desired. Must be able to obtain secret clearance. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent, and two to four years of related experience.
Desired Qualifications: Ideal candidate will have Navy experience in a technical rating, Navy 3-M, Supply experience. Ideal cadidate will have Navy Logistics & Technical experience. Experience with Excel spreadsheets, Access and minimal programming experience.
Candidate should be able to type a minimum of 15 words per minute. Company Description: CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. Join CACI, where you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian clients.
A member of the Fortune 1000 Largest Companies and the Russell 2000 Index, CACI provides dynamic careers for approximately 15,000 employees working in over 120 offices worldwide.
CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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LOGISTICS ANALYST 2 Job
RATP LOGISTIC CENTER Paris, France NOMINATED FOR THE 2011 MIES VAN DER ROHE AWARD ADDRESS : Paris 19e Porte de la Villette SIZE : 3500 m2 / COSTS : 6,5 M euros DATE : December 2010 / CLIENT : RATP SEDP ARCHITECT : St phane Maupin / ENGINEERS : DVVD + GLI ENVIRONMENTAL LABEL : HQE EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS ARCHITECT: Graduated in Building Science from Pierre et Marie Curie university, Architect licensed by the Government (DPLG) from Marseille s architecture school, Master of Architecture 1995, SCIArc Los Angeles The building is located on the fringe of Paris city, at Porte de la Villette , an area where the urban fabric dissolves into heterogeneous industrial infrastructures. Surrounded between Paris ring road, train tracks, factories, and social housings, we were inspired by the brutality of this collage where concrete pillars clashes with raw metal, gravels collides with noisy train sounds a mineral and raw atmosphere. The triangular zone of intervention on the site releases itself naturally from the existing constraints.
The result is a concrete piece of cake, a simple 22m high extrusion of that original triangular shape. The building regroups workshops dedicated to the maintenance of the Parisian subway transportation system that were previously dispersed in different places. Employees gathers to the building and get prepared before being routed towards damaged rails tracks sites.
Each of the building s five floors hosts a different activity and program, first floor is a warehouse, the second floor is filled by lockers, the third floor is a classroom, the fourth floor is for management, the fifth floor welcomes a restaurant with a large terrace offering overlooking views towards the Parisian s ring road. The five floors of the buildings are arranged and organized around a central convivial staircase. We designed that staircase as an amazing interior procession.
All other circulation spaces are designed as playful additions to the building s main structure: footbridges, staircases and aerial lifts create a multidimensional atmosphere with varied spatial experiences. As the work is hard, the lockers room is designed as a welcoming and release space, where the combination of washbasin, soap dispenser and mirror with a colorized background resembles a friendly smiley. The project is crowned by a contemporary tripod helix.
This tripod is in fact a combination of the vertical chimney and the light projectors for car parks and areas surrounding the building. It also helps to heat sanitary water, providing a large area of solar panels. This strong element is a sign of the architect s engagement to environmental convictions.
It proves that the French HQE label can also be interpreted with fun.
Through delicate reaction to the site, and careful organization of the circulations and building s access, we intended to affirm the building as a worker s palace instead of a banal utilitarian building.
We could easily imagine the head of this submarine bursting through the ice
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