The Logistics Manager (LM) will report directly to the Vice President and will be responsible for the day to day operation of the Warehouse. Responsible for the upkeep and control of all company vehicles assigned to the Warehouse. The LM will supervise subordinate personnel to ensure all duties and responsibilities assigned to the Warehouse are carried out in a routine manner. The LM must be able to obtain a DBIDS credential for base and shipyard access. The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Knowledgeable in SPEC Items/drawings
• Responsible for the security, order, and cleanliness of the warehouse and property. (e.g. Issuing alarm codes, door keys, bathrooms, trash, etc.)
• Ensure that Forklift and all material handling equipment is operated properly and safely by qualified personnel.
• Ensure that all company and departmental policies are followed in the warehouse at all times.
• Directly responsible for shipping, receipt, and storage of all material to and from vendors, job sites, and other sources, i.e. Government, contractors, etc .and that all material being received is segregated appropriately until receipt inspection completed, etc. Note and report any deficiencies, errors, and shortages to the Procurement Manager.
• Responsible for the timely pickup and delivery of all material, tools, equipment, trailers, gang boxes, connex boxes to the waterfront to support tasking. Supervise and assigns duties to any drivers. Responsible for the inventory, maintenance, proper working condition of all gang boxes, tool boxes, containers, and trailers. Before releasing to a job site, a complete inspection of all tires (if applicable), locking mechanisms, keys, satisfactory physical condition and proper operation with signage that has the company information including contact numbers. Ensure that all government property shipped or received is recorded and kept on file
• Choosing the suppliers that the company will deal with and maintaining the legal interaction with them. Negotiate with suppliers or customers to improve supply chain efficiency or sustainability.
• Reviewing POR’s for adequate funding, completeness, adherence to specifications and customer purchase orders. Receive and review all POR’s and verify requirements are met IAW QP 8.4 prior to submitting the POR’s to the Purchasing Manager. (Procurement specialist will generate POR’s and allocate to the appropriate accounting.
• Subcontractor vetting and maintenance of approved vendor’s list.
• Request and control the “certificates of insurance” during the supplier evaluation process IAW QP 8.4.3.
• Initiates and coordinates all subcontractor PO mods utilizing relevant change orders from the customer.
• Analyze the financial impact of proposed logistics changes, such as routing, shipping modes, product volumes or mixes, or carrier to determine the most cost-effective or efficient means of transporting products or supplies.
• Ensure that the tools are electrically safety checked, maintained in a usable condition ready for issue and that the tools are issued to employees for jobs upon request. Maintain a complete chain of custody on all tools and contact the Procurement Manager for further actions when tools are not returned, missing or broken. Ensure that when all tools are purchased or received they are assigned a unique serial number, date, and reason for addition is entered into the inventory prior to reissue. Ensure that the tool control system is implemented at all times.
• Serialize and maintain an inventory log of all company equipment and tools, vehicles and trailers. The log will include the serial number, name of the equipment/tool, value, date purchased, person checked out to and status i.e. operational, out of commission, surveyed, etc…All tools and equipment will be maintained in full operational status, electrically safe, insulation intact, all guards, safety features and handles in place. Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of fixed equipment such as welding machines, and air compressor. All tools and equipment will be ready for issue at all times. Any equipment that cannot be repaired and made ready for issue will be surveyed, tagged as non-issuable and segregated from the operational equipment. Directly responsible for the staging of material for ongoing and upcoming jobs ensuring that all material is properly tagged and marked with Job Number, Drawing, Item number, Ships Name.
• Responsible for building and landscape maintenance
AIT is an EEO employer and does not discriminate against age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.