The team is responsible for all property accountability utilizing Catalog Ordering Logistic Tracking System (COLTS) as the property management tool for day to day operations to maintain accurate custodianship for all program assets and Property Book which is documented in DPAS.
The DLADS (DRMO) Coordinator conducts the following process:
Provides assistance and technical expertise in property issues and coordinates property management system control activities to ensure continual accountability of government, associate contractor, or company assets in accordance with applicable government regulations or corporate policy
Maintains program property throughout its life cycle from acquisition through to relief of stewardship.
Contacts potential users, property custodians and negotiates transfers
Conducts property assessments; provides guidance and training to stakeholders on government regulations pertaining to property accountability; and prepares periodic and special purpose reports
May lead property management system process improvement initiative teams regarding any and all property management requirement outcomes and assist with disposition of program assets to include bid sales, loss reporting, and property demilitarization
Interacts with and corresponds with Government Property Administrators, using a strong working knowledge of FAR 52.245-1 Property Clauses and performing asset inventories
Will act as SME for all PM FPS DRMO actions program-wide.
Assist Government Property Manager with all Property Book transactions to maintain program compliance.
Ability to work under limited supervision with strong interpersonal skills.
Must be able to multi task, prioritize work, and be adaptive to change.
Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license.
Familiar with OSHA Health & Safety standards and regulations.
Experience with Microsoft office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Must be fork lift certified or able to pass a certification test for the operation of a forklift.
Experience with material control or freight management database systems.
Able to operate manual material handling equipment, pallet jack, push carts, etc.
Must be able to withstand physical demands of a warehouse environment: seasonal hot/cold temperatures, bending, squatting, lifting/carrying up to 40 pounds, and standing for long periods of time.
Experience with the COLTS Property Management system a Plus.
Knowledge of PM FPS program equipment a plus
Knowledge of Government Property Management full Lifecycle Process and Documentation Requirements
Import/Export (EXIM) compliance experience.
Experience with military transportation & logistics, MILAIR, USTRANSCOM, etc.
Familiarity with DOD logistics practices and forms, DD250, DD1348, DD1149, etc.
Knowledge of DPAS and AESIP a plus.
AA/AS with 3-5 years of experience. (Six years of total experience in lieu of a degree)
US Secret security clearance required
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