Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, LLC.

  • Motor Transportation Equipment Specialist

    Job Location US-GA-Albany
    Posted Date 3 months ago(4/18/2019 11:18 AM)
  • Introduction:

    Job Description: Motor Transportation Equipment Specialist

    Job Location: Job is located in Albany, GA

    Security Clearance: Clearable

    Overview / Job Responsibilities:

    Equipment Identification and Inventory: The contractor shall assist in the identification, physical inventory and accountability of equipment. Specific actions include:

    • Identification of specified “D” TAMCNS (e.g. High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle all variants Amphibious Assault Vehicles, Mine Resistant Armored Protected Vehicle CAT’s I, II, III, Motor Transport Equipment all variants, Light Armored Vehicle all variants etc.) of equipment to include all of the Stock List-3 (SL-3) components.
    • Detailed knowledge of each type of equipment is not required but direct contact with appropriate PM personnel requires understanding of the “D” TAMCNS family of equipment types in order to properly identify assets.
    • At DMCs direction, physical inventories shall be conducted to ensure accurate accountability is maintained and that inventory results are provided for input into Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS).

    Condition Code Assignment. The Contractor shall assist DMC in performing equipment inspections and assign condition codes in accordance with DMC guidance. Additionally, the corrected or newly assigned condition code information shall be provided for input into DPAS.


     Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS). The Contractor shall assist DMC in the performance of COSIS of specified “D” TAMCNS of equipment.   This shall entail preservation and surveillance of equipment in strict compliance to MilStd 3000B and guidelines provided by DMC. Additionally, the Contractor shall communicate any insight into perfecting the preservation and surveillance of specific equipment or such practices that prevent degradation of   preservation and enhance surveillance procedures identified in the guidelines.


    Perform minor troubleshooting and repairs.  The Contractor shall assist DMC in performing preventative maintenance and limited technical inspections in compliance with 1st and limited 2d echelon maintenance as prescribed by applicable Marine Corps Orders. This shall entail troubleshooting to determine extent of defect, identify repair parts required to restore back to original condition code and replace new repair parts. Some equipment may be found Out-of-Scope of repair and shall require a detailed description of fault and potential repairs within 1st and 2d echelon maintenance. Contractor will be required to follow all applicable Base Orders and Safety Data Sheets when handling Hazardous Materials to include wearing of appropriate Personal Protective Equipment and proper disposal.   These include but are not limited to motor oils, transmission fluids, grease, preservatives, paints, etc.


    Temporary and SL-3 Storage Projects. The Contractor shall assist DMC in performing inventories of Special/Temporary Storage Projects managed in accordance with the Letter of Requirements and the SL-3 Storage Projects required for equipment returning from depot repair. This shall entail assessing project requirements, maintaining inventories and collaboration on deficiencies and receipts. Inventories shall be provided for input into DPAS. Inventory results shall be provided for input into DPAS.


    Reclamation/Cannibalization Requests. The Contractor shall assist DMC in reclamation requests for specific components from designated equipment. This shall entail assessing the appropriate Technical Manual of equipment in order to isolate the specific assemblies for removal and ultimate preparation for shipment. The contractor shall assist in fulfilling reclamation requests upon approval by the WSMC.


    Shipping and Receiving. The Contractor shall assist DMC in shipping and receiving equipment. Actions include preparing correct paperwork and accountability as well as the reverse when receiving equipment. 

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • US Citizen
    • In-depth knowledge of specified USMC equipment commodity assets.
    • Sufficient technical capability to perform minor maintenance related tasks on identified equipment.
    • Knowledge of a broad range of supply program relationships.
    • Knowledge and skill in using USMC automated supply databases for inventory management, tracking, and reporting. Knowledge of USMC legacy logistics information systems, such as Automated Set Assembly, DPAS, GCSS-MC and USMC Stock Control System is critical.
    • Ability to perform a variety of analyses related equipment condition coding, completeness, and required repairs to return degraded assets to RFI status.
    • Ability to take and pass licensing exam to operate specific GWS equipment.
    • Prior USMC equipment sustainment experience at Albany preferred
    • Recent LOGCOM CAC card preferred.

    Additional Information:

    ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S. Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S. Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.  Be part of a culture at our leading edge company where you can achieve great things while fostering a satisfying and rewarding career progression. Please apply directly through the website at:      #joinACT-I


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    ACT I is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.


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