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DMS and HSSI are currently seeking an Armory Manager/Sr. Logistics Management Specialist. This position requires an individual who will manage the Enhanced Organizational Weapons Maintenance (EOWM) Program at the Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) DET. San Diego, CA Learning Site. The Armory Manager must also perform support for classroom and field laboratory instruction for U.S. Navy high-risk training evolutions in accordance with NETCINST 1500. 13B, Naval Education and Training Command High-Risk Training Safety Program. The Armory Manager/Sr. Logistics Management Specialist will perform training support associated with the delivery of small arms and crew served weapons.
The following Certificates/Qualifications are MANDATORY for the position:
Be a U.S. Citizen
Obtain a satisfactory evaluation for Medical, Psychological, and Drug Screenings
Satisfy the requirements of the Lautenberg Amendment to the Gun Control Act of 1968
Possess a total of nine (9) years of related management experience
Possess a minimum of six (6) years of preventative/corrective weapons maintenance experience (including military crew served weapons, where applicable), and a minimum of three (3) years of experience within an ammunition and weapons management environment.
Have completed a U.S. Military Armorer’s course.
The following U.S. Navy certification courses are preferred:
The following U.S. Navy course completions and/or certifications are REQUIRED:
Demonstrate a familiarity with the Fire Arms Training Systems (FATS) is preferred
Possess in-depth knowledge of night vision, lasers, weapons, and weapon sight technologies, capabilities, and weaknesses
Possess a valid state driver’s license and possess (or be able to obtain) a Class “B” Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with a HAZMAT endorsement in order to transport ammunition
Demonstrate the ability to troubleshoot complex weapons malfunctions
Demonstrate skill in the use of hand tools, test equipment, and precision measuring equipment
Demonstrate the ability to interpret technical manuals, illustrations, specifications, and diagrams
Demonstrate a degree of computer literacy and a familiarity with software packages such as Microsoft Office
Conduct maintenance of all weapons and associated equipment, as required, for the respective learning site, including:
Maintenance Management of Training Unique Equipment (TUE) including (but not limited to):
Management of Armory and Training Assets including (but not limited to):
Equipment Maintenance and Management including (but not limited to):
Small Arms Ammunition Management including (but not limited to):
Transportation of weapons and ammunition from storage facilities to live ranges
Storage of and accountability for weapons and ammunition per Navy directives
Attending training courses to obtain requisite certifications, as may be appropriate for the respective learning site
Possessing a familiarity of the duties and responsibilities associated with the Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA&E) Program as detailed in OPNAVINST 5530.13C
Possess the motivation and ability to research directives, regulations, and policies to determine solutions to problems, issues, and concerns
Display strong oral and written communication skills, as well as excellent presentation skills
Possess experience in technical writing (military manuals)
Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills, with a commitment to customer service
Must be proactive in identifying and solving problems
Display the ability to manage and meet deadlines
Demonstrate the ability to understand, implement, and maintain standards
Understanding that work is normally performed in an Ammunitions and Explosives (AE) storage facility setting, and on live-fire range facilities, and in some cases, underway on small watercraft including Riverine boats. Work may be performed indoors or outdoors, during inclement weather conditions, and in high humidity with extreme heat or cold, depending upon location.
Acknowledgement that the number of scheduled courses and/or the tempo of training may create a highly stressful work environment
Capable of qualifying as an AE worker, using mature and stable judgment on duty as well as off duty. AE screening and qualifications are reviewed annually, and failure to maintain AE qualification may result in termination.
Perform duties related to enhanced organizational level maintenance on weapons and other training equipment
• San Diego, California