Supports multiple Naval Suppy System Command (NAVSUP) Country Program Managers and Transportation Specialists in the transportation of Security Cooperation and Foreign Military Sales (FMS) material. Performs all aspects of transportation coordination and support for multiple foreign partner countries involving classified hazardous and general cargo. Duties include but are not limited to: working all FMS case transportation issues for all contracted countries; originate and coordinate classified hazardous material and unclassified transportation plans; track outbound/inbound shipments of material to/from FMS partner countries and resolve frustrated freight situations. Coordinate all aspects of Special Assignment Airlift Missions (SAAM). Perform other duties as required.
Coordinates with FMS Country Representatives for weapons systems transportation support; providing planning and recommendations for each customer as needed to fulfill their Program's transportation requirements;
Develops new systems or updates existing systems to meet client needs including program; classified; or comsec transportation plans;
Researches; identifies; and recommends resources required for task execution and completion;
Analyzes shipments of high-value; sensitive; explosive; and/or classified assets for clients; determines cost effective modes of transportation to international destinations; arranges and plans SAAM flights and coordinated channel airlift;
Attends meetings for FMS customers subscribing to the NAVAIR Transportation Team to provide technical briefings; reports; and status on major transportation policy issues;
Coordinates with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) of Significant Military Equipment and Freight Forwarders to ensure effective shipment of assets;
Evaluates FMS customer country's transportation procedures/concepts to determine compliance with U.S. Government export/import laws and policies and recommends alternative support procedures/concepts;
Serves as technical advisor to senior level client personnel in assigned subject areas; recommends functional changes; and identifies areas for further investigation;
May represent NAVAIR's Director of Logistics for International Programs on international transportation issues with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency of the Department of Homeland Security; Department of State; Defense Security Cooperation Agency; and Navy International Programs;
Writes and updates project documentation including system procedures; presentations; and training materials;
May provide guidance and work leadership to less-experienced analysts; and may have supervisory responsibilities;
May perform business development activities;
Maintains current knowledge of relevant technologies and subject areas;
Participates in special projects as required.
BA/BS in a related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training, or work/military experience.
5-8 years of related experience in Navy logistics, transportation or supply chain management.
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