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Title: Material and Logistics Analyst - NEEDED NOW!!
Job Code: 110119
Location: Portsmouth, Virginia 23704
Posted: 3/15/2011
Contact: Recruiter
Description: WHY WAIT?
Are you looking for an exciting new opportunity?
This may be your lucky day!
It is time for a change and CDI can help!

We have an immediate need for a Material and logistics Analyst.

Job Description:

Material and logistics Analyst

This position assists Norfolk Naval Shipyard Engineering and Planning Department Code 284 NAVSEA Shipbuilding support office, Industrial Planning Division and Ship Acquisition and Appraisal division with NAVSEA support duties. Performs research, documents and develops reports detailing technical, financial and supplier information regarding Navy ships as well as national shipbuilding capabilities.

- Researches and monitor government databases on Navy ships, facilities and processes.
- Research and perform solicitations of various manufactures/vendors using the Industrial Capabilities Questionnaire Extract forms for industrial base analysis
- Research and perform NAVSEA defined financial analysis for financial viability using financial tools such as Hoovers, Dun and Bradstreet and Reuters.
- Assist in the maintenance of the official inventory of ships, submarines and service craft in the custody of, or titled by the U.S. Navy and MSC and maintain the public access Naval Vessel Register (NVR) website
- Assist in the research and analysis of industrial capabilities to design, develop, produce and support an acquisition program; current and future shipbuilding requirements
- Assist in the research and performance of the annual Shipyard Facilities survey
- Assist in the research and collection of historical ship construction milestone data which supports future ship acquisition planning, special studies and inquiries from both internal and external NAVSEA customers.
- Assist in the research and preparation of the Annual Shipbuilding Report
- Effectively work with the internal or external customers or government entities
- Plan and manage the technical aspects of the assigned projects to achieve department goals, per the program plan, to meet the program specifications
- Collaborate closely with Functional Engineering Management concerning project status and resource requirements.

- Minimum Ten years of experience in logistics and materials with Navy vessels required.
- Significant knowledge of materials and equipment utilized in construction and overhaul of Navy ships
- Knowledge of material ordering from Navy Stock System using mil-spec ordering data
- Broad knowledge of a wide variety of Navy shipboard systems and equipment
- Strong analytical skills & technical project leadership required.
- Familiar with shipyard, local and NAVSEA processes and instructions
- In-depth knowledge of changing technology, methods and organizations which contribute to the support of the shipbuilding repair industrial base.
- Knowledge of commercial specifications (ANSI, ASTM, AISI) and military specifications
- Knowledge and familiarity with legislation, regulations, policies and precedents affecting the shipbuilding and repair industry
- Multi-dimensional with strong technical expertise coupled with good communication, planning and organizational skills.
- Ability to develop and deliver high level presentation clearly and succinctly with minimal supervision
- Ability to work with all necessary functions including all engineering disciplines, planning, procurement, manufacturing, program management, and finance.
- Detail-oriented and have the ability to probe into the details to find the underlying issues involved in any related problem.
- Understands the big picture of the project and can coordinate, influence and challenge the team to achieve the departmental objectives.
- Ability to use standard office equipment in a manufacturing and engineering environment.
- This person must be creative, open-minded, a good communicator, and a good listener. Must be able to communicate clearly (written and verbal) to technical and non-technical internal customers. Must be able to work in fast paced, schedule driven environment.
- Able to successfully prioritize and manage multiple projects. Acute attention to detail, excellent organizational skills.
- Ability to logically address, analyze, and resolve problems.
- Must be a US Citizen with the ability to gain US Security Clearance as it may be needed to support program demands.
- Pre-employment drug screening and background checks standard.

- Participate in ship checks at Navy docks or piers.
- CARRYING and LIFTING. Ability to transport and lift up to 30 lbs.
- WALKING and CLIMBING. Ability to climb up to four (4) flights of stairs.
- Must be able to obtain a DOD security clearance

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