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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Logistics Specialist Norfolk VA

Logistics Specialist Norfolk VA

Logistics Specialist — Aircraft Carrier Elevators and Hanger Bay Doors
*** This is an immediate long-term job opening for a candidate who is immediately available. It is not a contingency position ***
Location: Navy Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC), Norfolk, VA

Logistics Specialist Norfolk VA:
The candidate shall have a minimum of 4 years of experience as a logistics specialist.
The contractor shall provide Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) for Cargo/Weapons elevators, Aircraft Elevators, deck edge and hangar bay divisional doors, vertical package conveyors, and other assigned equipment for MARMC Code 253.
Additionally, the contractor shall be familiar with elevator, door, and conveyor terminology and configurations and shall be responsible for producing material readiness assessment reports as defined by the Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual, Volume IV, Chapter 8

Type of job: Full time hourly position with benefits
Security clearance required: Yes
Previous relevant Navy experience required: Yes

For a resume to be considered, it must clearly show that the candidate has a current security clearance, and the relevant Navy experience.

Please send resume to jobs@hz-hq.com

Employer: DOTMLPFI, Inc. (www.dotmlpfi.com)

Logistics Specialist Norfolk VA

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