MLT Systems

General Info

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Inventory Management Specialist II

Full Time

Camp Lejeune, NC 28547, USA

About the Company

Founded in February 2008, MLT Systems LLC is a certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), located in Stafford Virginia. (Certified SDVOSB through the Center for Veterans Enterprises.) Mark Tornai, the company founder, President/Chief Executive Officer, is a retired United States Marine Corps Officer who has a combined 20 years of Acquisition and Life Cycle Management experience, both in and out of uniform. MLT Systems' professional employees work with our customers to develop program strategies that will allow them to increase project performance. MLT Systems' mission is to provide our clients with a highly skilled professional workforce which brings unparalleled acquisition, life cycle, and engineering solutions that result in extraordinary customer service. We have an in-depth understanding of how DoD Acquisition works, the applicable regulations, operating culture, and process used to provide cradle to grave engineering, acquisition, logistics, program management and life cycle management excellence.

Requirements 

Experience: High school diploma or GED required. Four (4) years of progressive experience in warehousing/inventory operations.  Experience as a Marine Corps MOS 3051, Inventory Management Specialist is strongly preferred.
Specific Requirements:    •     Preferred familiarization with the following applicable federal logistics websites and tools to include, but not limited to:Federal Logistics Data on Mobile Media (FED LOG)Federal Mall (FedMall)Federal Logistics Website Resource (LogTool)Web Federal Logistics Information Service (WebFLIS)Integrated Development Environment/Global Transportation Network Convergence (IGC)TDM-CatalystProduct Data Reporting and Evaluation Program (PDREP)Global Combat Support System Marine Corps (GCSS-MC)Microsoft AccessAble to obtain a license to operate motor forklifts with up to 10,000 pounds lift capacity  Must have a valid U.S. driver’s license