Leidos currently has an opening for a TARP Representative. This position is in the Technical Assistance for Repairables Processing (TARP) Program sponsored and funded under a contract with NAVSUP Weapons Systems Support (WSS). This is an independent duty position to provide Depot Level Repairable (DLR) support to US Navy, and Marines Corps.
Duties: General duties include (1) Operating an Advanced Traceability and Control (ATAC) nodeto ensure the proper P700-CNP packaging, handling and shipping of all DLR's back to required CONUS repair and storage depots or pack-up kit managers. (2) SOUTHCOM area resident TARP Representative. In this capacity the selected individual will (3) Act as the area Logistics Support Representative (LSR) to assist all ships visiting the area with logistics requirements outside the scope of the established Husbanding Contract (4) Assist CVN/LHD Beach Detachments with logistics.
As the area TARP Rep, the incumbent will provide coaching, mentoring, and education in PHS amp;T and supply retrograde procedures to USN/USMC/Coast Guard Supply personnel (Naval and Marine Aviation, Maritime and Ground Marine) to include all material condition codes of Depot Level Repairable (DLR) and Secondary Repairables(SECREPS) ,asset processing, packaging and protection support and assistance, process improvement, documentation, and operational reporting.
Individuals will independently determine PHS amp;T discrepancies and inefficiencies and identify necessary remediation requirements. Develop and implement necessary POAMs to correct/improve current activity practices recommending improvements to the appropriate chain of command. Provide expert advice in the areas of PHS amp;T techniques, resource support, facilities layout, and utilization, packaging materials and equipment, handling including container utilization, storage, transportation, and retrograde system infrastructure. Monitor and analyze assigned unit/ship/shore station’s eRMS database and supply posture to ensure 100% carcass accountability, minimize additional damage to repairables during transit, and provide for efficient and accurate In-Transit-Visibility (ITV)/proof of delivery. Document program activities, establish logistics guidance, conduct supportability analyses, establish support concepts, and provide the continued planning necessary to ensure effective and economical support for the program.
Minimum twenty years work experience as a Storekeeper or Navy Aviation Storekeeper (Logistics Specialist) or as an Aviation Logistics Marine with experience in PHS amp;T Logistical Readiness, Transportation management, customer service operations, training support, hazardous material handling, and process review support. This position requires prior enlisted/officer military service and experience as an E-8 or above. An E-7 will be considered if extensive DLR management experience can be demonstrated.
Candidate must be physically capable to travel remote locations to support Marine logistics operations.
College level courses taken in logistics or courses completed through the DOD School of Military Packaging Technology (SMPT) are desired and will be required if selected.