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U.S. Navy is looking for a Logistics Manager (Full Time)  #PagosaSpringsFindAJob #JobsAvaliablePagosaSprings #LogisticsJobsPagosaSprings #ManagerJobsPagosaSprings

AboutThe success and safety of every mission depends on getting needed supplies, materials and equipment at a moments notice. The service members of the Purchasing, Supply & Logistics community make sure Americas Navy has what it needs, when it needs it.
Officer positions in the Supply Corps are available to college graduates, and Logistics Specialist (LS) positions are available to those without a degree.
What to ExpectLogistics Specialist
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ResponsibilitiesOfficer Role
A four-year college degree is required to become a Supply Officer. In this role, you will perform executive-level duties in inventory control, financial management, physical distribution systems, petroleum management, personnel transportation, and other related areas. You might:
Analyze the demand for supplies and forecast future needsManage the inspection, shipping, handling, and packaging of supplies and equipmentDirect personnel who receive inventory and issue supplies and equipmentEvaluate bids and proposals submitted by potential suppliersStudy ways to use space and distribute supplies efficientlyDetermine the fastest, most economic way to transport cargo or personnelOversee the handling of special items, such as medicine and explosivesEnlisted Role
As a Logistics Specialist (no college degree required), your efforts are crucial in delivering what the Navy needs for mission success. Enlisted Sailors in the Purchasing & Supply field may:
Keep fiscal records of a facilityOrder, store, check and issue Naval aircraft and aeronautical equipment and accessories, including flight gearPrepare inventory reports and correspondenceKeep official publications up to dateMaintain financial logs and recordsOperate computer systems that provide logistic support information for submarine supplies and accounting functionsOrganize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloatWork under the supervision of a Supply OfficerOfficer Role
A four-year college degree is required to become a Supply Officer. In this role, you will perform executive-level duties in inventory control, financial management, physical distribution systems, petroleum management, personnel transportation, and other related areas. You might:
Analyze the demand for supplies and forecast future needsManage the inspection, shipping, handling, and packaging of supplies and equipmentDirect personnel who receive inventory and issue supplies and equipmentEvaluate bids and proposals submitted by potential suppliersStudy ways to use space and distribute supplies efficientlyDetermine the fastest, most economic way to transport cargo or personnelOversee the handling of special items, such as medicine and explosivesEnlisted Role
As a Logistics Specialist (no college degree required), your efforts are crucial in delivering what the Navy needs for mission success. Enlisted Sailors in the Purchasing & Supply field may:
Keep fiscal records of a facilityOrder, store, check and issue Naval aircraft and aeronautical equipment and accessories, including flight gearPrepare inventory reports and correspondenceKeep official publications up to dateMaintain financial logs and recordsOperate computer systems that provide logistic support information for submarine supplies and accounting functionsOrganize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloatWork under the supervision of a Supply OfficerWork EnvironmentProfessionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships. The diverse working locations provide an excellent opportunity for expanding knowledge and skills in inventory management, financial management, procurement and warehouse management.
Serving part-time as a Reservist, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Navy Flight Support personnel in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes.
For Annual Training, Supply Officers and Enlisted Sailors may serve anywhere in the world, whether on a ship at sea or bases and installations on shore.
Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Reservists.
Training & AdvancementOfficer Training
Prospective Supply Officers must first attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, Rhode Island. From there, Supply Officers attend Navy Supply School in Newport, Rhode Island, for a 27-week Basic Qualification Course. This course emphasizes problem solving in real shipboard situations and provides training in inventory management, food and retail operations, leadership, and management.
Prospective Officers may also receive specialized training in transportation management, freight classifications, methods of working with civilian and other service carriers, and special handling of medicines and explosives.
Enlisted Training
Enlisted Sailors pursuing a Logistics Specialist role must first complete the 7“9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp). After that, they receive technical A school training in Meridian, Miss., where they learn skills including automated data processing systems, financial records and accounting systems, and postal operations training.
For both Supply Officers and Logistics Specialists, promotion opportunities are regularly available but are competitive and based on performance. Its also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.
Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) “ or the equivalent of that.
Officer Reservists
Supply Officers in the Navy Reserve serve in an Officer role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with this job, initial training requirements must be met. Prior experience satisfies the initial leadership training requirement “ so you will not need to go through Officer Training again.
For current or former Officers of military branches other than the Navy (OSVET), as well as for Officer candidates without prior military experience: Beginning October 1st, 2019, Officer Candidates will be required to attend the Officer Development School (ODS) in Newport, RI instead of the 12-day Direct Commission Officer School. ODS is a five-week program that provides a comprehensive and intense introduction to the responsibilities of Navy Staff Corps Officers. Here you will learn about the military structure of the U.S. Navy, its rich history of traditions and customs, leadership development and military etiquette. There may be an option for attendees to request to split the five-week program into two sessions.
Enlisted Reservists
Before Enlisted Sailors can receive the ongoing professional training that comes with the job, initial training requirements must be met. Prior experience satisfies the initial Recruit Training requirement “ so you will not need to go through Boot Camp again. You will need to meet the initial Recruit Training requirement by attending Boot Camp for seven to nine weeks in Great Lakes, Il. This training course will prepare you for service in the Navy Reserve and count as your first Annual Training.
Education OpportunitiesOfficer Education
Beyond professional credentials and certifications, Supply Officers can advance their education by:
Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC)Completing Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) at one of the various service collegesEnlisted Education
Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Logistics Specialist training in the Navy can translate to credit hours toward a bachelors or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:
Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillOfficer Education
Beyond professional credentials and certifications, Supply Officers can advance their education by:
Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC)Completing Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) at one of the various service collegesEnlisted Education
Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Logistics Specialist training in the Navy can translate to credit hours toward a bachelors or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:
Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQualifications & RequirementsOfficer Qualifications
This Officer position requires at least a four-year degree. Degrees in business, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are preferred but not required. A graduate degree is preferred by not required.
Enlisted Qualifications
A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the Logistics Specialist field. Those seeking this position must be able to work well with people in a customer service environment. Good arithmetic, verbal and writing skills, as well as recordkeeping skills, are also very important.
General Qualifications U.S. citizens, willing to serve worldwide, and qualified for sea duty.
General qualifications may vary depending upon whether youre currently serving, whether youve served before or whether youve never served before.
Officer Qualifications
This Officer position requires at least a four-year degree. Degrees in business, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are preferred but not required. A graduate degree is preferred by not required.
Enlisted Qualifications
A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the Logistics Specialist field. Those seeking this position must be able to work well with people in a customer service environment. Good arithmetic, verbal and writing skills, as well as recordkeeping skills, are also very important.
General Qualifications U.S. citizens, willing to serve worldwide, and qualified for sea duty.
General qualifications may vary depending upon whether youre currently serving, whether youve served before or whether youve never served before.

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