CLEARANCE: DoD Secret ***Must hold an active DoD Secret, or above, clearance for initial consideration.***
REQUISITION NUMBER: 012819.02-O11p
FUNCTIONAL / LABOR CATEGORY: Warehouse Technician
POSITION TITLE: Subject Matter Expert I
LOCATION: MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida

DESCRIPTION:
Sehlke Consulting is currently supporting USSOCOM in their DPAS implementation efforts and seeking a Warehouse Technician qualified against the requirements, and able to perform the duties, listed below.

EDUCATION: Bachelors' Degree in any field, required.

CERTIFICATIONS: N/A

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
• Minimum of three(3) years combined experience with DoD or another federal agency in Logistics.
• Minimum six (6) months experience converting SOF or DoD customers from a legacy supply and/or inventory management applications to DPAS Warehouse, including independently completing, or planning actions to complete, the 7 step lifecycle evolution conversion.
• Minimum three years’ experience manipulating and making appropriate data changes to DoD Property, Supply and/or Inventory Management systems’ Master Data table and Catalog.

LABOR CATEGORY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Implements USSOCOM SOF AT&L’s Inventory Control Point (ICP) development, including coordinating DPAS Property Accountability (PA), Warehouse, Maintenance and Utilization (M&U) and Materiel Management implementations/conversions.
• Transitions SOF customers from a legacy supply and/or inventory management applications to DPAS Warehouse, M&U and Materiel Management modules. Transition tasks include: (1) identifying scope of materiel to be converted, (2) providing a detailed review/scrub of the item catalog, (3) building the requisite structure and catalog in DPAS, (4) supporting the physical inventory through creating DPAS due-ins, (5) execute data loads, (6) execute data validation/reconciliation, and (7) DPAS maintenance.
• Manages the DPAS Master Data Table. Actions appropriate data structure changes in DPAS Master Table to accurately reflect asset data or customer/unit force structure data.
• Manages the DPAS catalogs. Provides system sustainment via system data reviews for any catalog changes, Set Kit Office (SKO) updates, inspection requirements, owning DoDAAC updates, Location and Address updates.
• Employs matured interpersonal skills, such as action and solution-oriented approach to problem solving, to support DPAS implementation in a fast-paced and fluid environment.


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