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Property Analyst Lead 2.1

Government and Military

Budget Analyst

No

Mannheim, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany

Job Summary

Purpose: Administers property control program activities to ensure continual accountability of government and company property book items governed by FAR 52.245-1, in accordance with applicable government regulations or corporate policy.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Conduct Property Book Sensitive/Cyclic/Special inventories, to include Change-of-Hand-Receipt and Annual Property Book Hand Receipt inventories
  2. Processing of Property Book Administrative Adjust Reports, Property Book Lateral Transfers, Property Book Temporary Hand-Receipts, Property Book Discrepancy Reports
  3. Maintains and posts Property Book transactions to an automated Property Book system (OnPoint) for accounting of Class II, III, IV & VII, organizational and company-owned supplies, and equipment
  4. Gathers Property Book information for submission to support daily, weekly, and monthly Property Book reports sent to Property Book Officer/Logistics Manager
  5. Mentors and trains Property Book personnel and Hand-Receipt-Holders on the OnPoint system, Property Book accountability policies, processes, procedures, and Property Book warehouse practices
  6. Schedules and performs preventive and organizational maintenance on government furnished property and materials using maintenance support documents
  7. Orders, receives, stores, inspects, load/unload, maintains and issues material and Property Book equipment to support daily operations.
  8. Assists in Property Book (Major End-Items NOT repair parts) accountability records. Determines condition of material and equipment in conjunction with Quality Control
  9. Arranges disposal through PCARSS as required.
  10. Maintains accountability of government furnished property assigned to the directorate/department in accordance with requirements of the Federal Acquisitions Regulation.
  11. Locate and acquire standard and nonstandard equipment and property book items through military and nonmilitary supply sources,
  12. Maintains Property Book files in accordance with Army Records Information Management System.
  13. Establishes and maintains Property Book primary hand receipts and sub-hand receipts as required.
  14. Prepares and processes property loss reports and statement of charges on lost, destroyed, or damaged equipment (LTDD).
  15. Assists in resolving property book inventory and/or system problems.
  16. Generates reports as directed.
  17. Duties may vary dependent on assigned department.
  18. Ensure strict compliance to safety practices and support the AMENTUM Safety Policies and Procedures.
  19. Instills a safety-first mentality within respective work areas and a culture that achieves low accident rates and minimal lost-time injuries.
  20. Adhere to ISO Policies, Procedures, and Work Instructions in support of the AMENTUM Quality Management System.
  21. Ensures compliance with the Command Supply Discipline Program, as required
  22. Reports directly to Property Team Chief for direction and guidance.
  23. Act For, for the Property Team Chief when chief is not present or available.
  24. Leads the rest of the Property section under the direction of the PMO SOPs and Work Instructions.
  25. Lead is expected to be part of the work section and should devote at least 50% of time available to active, productive work, with remaining time directed towards duties directed by Property Team Chief.
  26. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Requirements

Education:

  1. High School diploma or equivalent required.
  2. Work experience may be substituted for educational requirements and/or educational achievements may be substituted for years of experience. Example: Two (2) years of experience is equivalent to (2) years of college and vice versa.

Experience:

  1. 3-5 years’ experience working in Property Book inventory or property accountability is required.
  2. US Army MOS 92Y (Property Book). DD Form 214, upon request for verification
  3. Must have knowledge of the FAR 52.245-1
  4. Work experience may be substituted for educational requirements and/or educational achievements may be substituted for years of experience. Example: Two (2) years of experience is equivalent to (2) years of college and vice versa.

Specialized knowledge and skills:

  1. Must have experience using Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.245-1, DA PAM 710-2-1 Unit Supply System, AR 710-2 Supply Policy Below the National Level and AR 735-5 Property Accountability Policies
  2. Must be proficient in Microsoft office suite and related applications.
  3. Must be able to work independently and self-motivated with little or no supervision.
  4. Must have high-level of organizational and planning skills.
  5. Must have excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
  6. Must have strong organizational and planning skills.
  7. Valid driver’s license is required and must be maintained.

Work Environment and Physical Demands:

  1. Ability to perform job duties efficiently and effectively during a 48-hour work week.
  2. Must be able to lift 25 lbs. continuously, 50 intermittently.
  3. Must be able to work in extreme environmental conditions including dust and high temperatures.
  4. Must be able to endure long hours (overtime as required), exposure to weather and hazardous conditions.
  5. Must not present any pattern of behavior that indicates a lack of integrity or that is inconsistent with the Property Book Analysis position of trust.
  6. May be required to deploy on missions on short notice at the direction of the PMO.

Preferred Qualifications

MHE Experience preferred.