The Logistics Company, Inc. is seeking applicants for the following position:

Personal Property Supervisor
Requisition Code:22-FBNC-006
Open Date:3/14/2022
Status:Prospect Project
Work Location:Fort Bragg (NC)
Job Description:

This position is contingent upon contract award. 

The Personal Property Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Personal Property Operations on Fort Bragg and AR 5-9 Area of Responsibilities. Must have at least 5 years of documented supervisory experience in personal property shipments. Must have a comprehensive knowledge of governing regulations, policies, procedures and instructions in management, acquisition, and use of motor vehicles operations. Must have a comprehensive knowledge of all installed product software at the use/operator level and automated data processing policies and procedures as they pertain to assigned equipment, both STAMIS and installation desktop computers which will allow the contractor to solve and/or contact appropriate technical support to resolve any problem associated with these systems. Must have the ability to provide information and reports, resolve issues and recommend actions to improve delivery of services to the customers. Must have skills in verbal and written communications to conduct meetings, execute plans, and prepare reports, plans, and working instructions. The ability to proficiently utilize Electronic Transportation Operational Personal Property Standardized System (ETOPS), and the Defense Personal Property System (DPS).

  • Experienced transportation billing and systems affiliated with transportation
  • Practical knowledge of a wide range of established Freight Movement policies and processes, and the ability to apply a variety of common methods and techniques to analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of these various Freight Movement programs
  • Skilled in effective oral and written communication to explain regulations, update policy and instructions, conduct investigations, provide program information to management and customers, and coordinate the day-to-day operations of the organization's Freight Movement operation. Guidelines consist of Freight Movement procurement and automation manuals and regulations as well as applicable Department of Defense, Department of the Army, Major Command and local instructions and policies. Guidelines are numerous and not always directly applicable. Employee must use considerable judgment, based on extensive past training experience in researching and applying regulations to determine the applicability and relationship between guidelines and program goals.
  • Candidate must be able to perform all the tasks not exclusive of those described in the job description section
  • Must be U.S. citizen and possess a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to speak, read, write, and understand English proficiently and can clearly and concisely communicate both orally and in writing
  • Must be proficient in the use of computers and MS Office Software
  • Must be able to obtain a CAC, successfully pass a NACI background check and work the assigned shift hours
  • Must possess a valid state driver’s license; may be required to be licensed to operate Government provided vehicles

Must have 5 years prior experience as a Personal Property Supervisor. A comprehensive knowledge of the Defense Personal Property Program is required.