LMI (Vicenza VEN, Italia)
Pubblicato 1 giorno fa
LMI is seeking a Theater Provided Equipment Specialist at the client site in Vicenza, Italy. This effort supports the 405th Army Field Support Brigade by assisting with property control audits and surveys, conducting in-depth research of emerging policy, regulations, directives, or industrial issues, and preparing written reports outlining audit support findings.
LMI is a private government consulting firm, dedicated exclusively to advancing the management of the government. We deliver the best value for the government dollar as all revenues are directed to our mission of advancing government rather than to delivering shareholder value. We operate completely free of political and commercial bias, and we are entirely aligned with the goals of our clients. We believe government can make a difference, and we seek talented, hardworking people who share that conviction.
Provide support to PBOs in the execution of accountability and visibility of all equipment provided for use in theater, Theater Provided Equipment, Installation Property Book (IPB), and all functions that encompass management of property book records.
Assist PBO in maintaining property accountability and asset visibility of such equipment in GCSS-A as needed to provide the required accountability and sustainment support.
Complete outstanding Unit lateral transfers when required with approval of the Property Book Officer.
Process property transactions utilizing the automated DA Form 3161. Process lateral transfers and temporary loans on DA Form 3161/DA Form 2062.
Provide program data, analysis data and/or workload data to the Property Book Officer (PBO).
Monitor and verify or perform as required, the initial, scheduled, annual and cyclical property inventories to establish, validate and maintain property book accountability and serviceability in accordance with applicable guidance and regulations.
Maintain property records of US equipment issued to Liaison Officers for hand-receipt to coalition partners.
Provide support to property book officers in the execution of their accountability functions that may include, but are not limited to providing customer service, reconciling hand- receipts, cataloging property, maintaining property book records, and managing inventory.
Provide expert policy support and maintains inventory control through asset visibility of the all Modified Table of Organizational Equipment (MTOE) and Theater Provided Equipment (TPE) property through the use of the latest approved automated personal property management software program.
Screen requisitions for authorization in support of operational need statements (ONS), and allowance compliance and coordinates the Financial Liability Investigation program by making recommendations in accordance with pertinent regulations to higher authority.
Provides to the BDE Commander advice regarding the unit's property book discrepancies and command supply discipline program requirements for property accountability.
Advise the Senior Commander of all battle loss replacement statuses and posting completion of all property additions to the command property book.
Perform a myriad of clerical duties requiring the application of different methods and procedures to assist in guiding unit level PBOs in clearing and posting property on their unit property books.
Maintain an accurate inventory of all non-expendable items, tactical non-standard equipment and their Components of End Items (COEI) owned or controlled by the Command or its tenant organizations, when required.
Associates Degree preferred.
Minimum of 6 years working in the Army field of property book and possess subject matter expertise in property security, possess a high level of individual analysis skills; business intelligence and assessment; and strategic logistical support policies for the CENTCOM AOR.
Experience with Enterprise Resource Planning ERP logistics systems as they relate to property management.
Expert knowledge is required of property acquisition, accountability, and reutilization policies and principles in relation to a wide variety of Federal, Army, and/or local programs, in order to assure that property is adequately and efficiently accounted for, used, and made available to other organizations.
Possess an active interim DoD Secret security clearance. Full Secret security clearance preferred.
A Secret clearance is required for this position. Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. LMI will only consider applicants with an interim security clearance (at minimum) for this position. Please note that only U.S. citizens are eligible for a security clearance.