- Posted: over a month ago
- $55,000 to $100,000 Yearly
- Benefits: 401k, medical,
Work independently and in a team setting to provide NAVAIR Integrated Product Teams with Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Transportation related support to include research, analysis, tracking, planning, communication and execution for the shipment of aircraft and/or aircraft systems, airborne weapons, ships, RHIB boats, patrol boats, support and test equipment and shipboard systems. In addition, the FMS Transportation Analyst will provide overall technical support and coordination as required for the transport of general, hazardous, oversize, overweight, classified material and sensitive cargo.
Principle Duties & Responsibilities
Monitor delivery of material from supply sources to the country’s freight forwarder and assist as needed.
Review commodity characteristics (i.e. general cargo, hazardous material, classified, CCI, COMSEC, over- size, over-weight, sensitive) to determine appropriate method of movement.
Review program procurement documents, shipping and packaging instructions, export licenses, Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOAs), and Military Assistance Program Address Directory (MAPAD) entries.
Utilize current transportation policies, procedures, and regulations to provide recommendations for the shipment of FMS material.
Monitor outside agencies and governing organizations for transportation policy, regulation, and procedural changes.
Evaluate documents and assigned transportation codes represented in the LOA to ensure alignment with the type of movement.
Develop or analyze existing transportation plans and modify as required.
Assess country capabilities, facilities, infrastructure, and equipment available for receipt of procured materials and recommend transport options and approaches best suited for each unique requirement.
Determine if the country has an experienced contracted freight forwarder registered with the
Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) and cleared by the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) (formally Defense Security Service) as applicable.
Ensure all licenses, authorizations, clearances, and case funds are in place prior to shipment.
Coordinate with the contracted freight forwarder, military/commercial port of embarkation (POE) and U.S. Customs to identify, mitigate, and resolve import/export delays and/or seized cargo.
Analyze customer repair and return and other sustainment requirements and formulate an appropriate course of action (COA).
Coordinate written Notice of Availability (NOA) responses including detailed shipping instructions.
Arrange/coordinate transportation requirements with USTRANSCOM, Program/Logistics Managers, U.S. government agencies, FMS country representatives, and designated port of embarkation/debarkation personnel as required.
Provide quality control and coordination of inventory efforts of customer equipment, material, and supplies to include:
- Packing, crating, and preparation of freight for shipment.
- Utilization of bar-coding equipment to ensure shipment tracking as applicable.
- Provision of trucks, transport equipment/operators, and storage as needed.
- Ensure Packaging, Handling, and Storage requirements are met and in accordance with existing regulations.
- Facilitate U.S. Customs clearance for imports and exports.
Provide flight coordination for all Special Assignment Airlift Mission (SAAM) flights, including on-site presence and continual oversight/tracking/status updates throughout the mission.
Draft input to and assist in the development of the monthly progress reports as required.
Ensure product support teams and program logistics leads are properly supported. Participate in meetings as required. Assist in preparing and presenting reports as necessary.
Achieve and maintain Department of Transportation (DoT) Multimodal HAZMAT shipper certification.
Maintain all required certifications, clearances, passport, military base/website accesses.
Security Clearance Requirement
Secret or ability to obtain and maintain a clearance at the Secret Level.
Required Education & Experience
High school diploma or equivalent. Associates degrees and bachelor’s degrees are valued but not required.
Starting salary will reflect transportation management, logistics support or compliance monitoring experience, military experience, and training.
Preferred Skills & Abilities
Veterans and retired veterans receive hiring preference
Familiarity with Defense Transportation and Customs management systems
Familiarity with Department of Defense supply procedures
Familiarity with Foreign Military Sales
Self-starting/self-motivated individuals preferred
Previous jobs supporting military logistics disciplines
Research, data gathering, analysis and presentation
Familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint office software
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $23.00 - $45.00 per hour
We provide individual offices, masks and hand sanitizer
Hawkeye Tracking, Inc.
48015 Pine Hill Run RdLexington Park, MD
Transportation and Storage
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