Security Clearance: Secret
The Munitions Manager coordinates the overall management of the Munitions and TRAP program. Assists in the development, coordination and implementation of plans and policies involving overall program development, quality control, safety, training, management reporting, briefings and evaluations; determines staffing levels and prioritizes expenditures to ensure maximum readiness capabilities.
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Provide input to program management in planning, programming, solutions, and execution of the prime contract.
Ensure all functional activities are carried out in accordance with FAR and documents as referenced in the PWS
Calculate staffing needs. Ensure sufficient staffing to receive, secure and safe store, account for, inventory, deploy, maintain, reconstitute, overhaul, and dispose of assets in accordance with PWS directives.
Communicate new directives, changes in procedure, special tasking’s, etc. with site department personnel.
Monitor all deployment activities to include exercises and war time response in accordance with the PWS.
Develop, maintain, and/or analyze achievable metrics, as necessary, for assigned requirements, and continually explore opportunities for process improvements.
Ensure site compliance with asset maintenance, reconstitution and overhaul at the levels in the PWS.
Coordinate with quality control inspectors in non-compliance identification and corrective actions.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Completion of technical training in munitions systems.
Working knowledge of U.S. DOD explosives operations.
Understanding of logistic systems, plans, quality control and supervisory policies, principles, procedures and techniques.
Ability to read, understand and interpret technical data associated with functional area
US Secret Security Clearance required.
Additional knowledge/skills may be required by contract or assignment.
Experience & Education
Associate’s degree in related discipline.
Ten (10) years’ general experience with U.S. DOD explosives operations.
Five (5) years combined supervisory experience in USAF munitions storage and inspection and four (4) years’ experience in munitions supply procedures.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Living and working conditions at the assignment location could be remote and uncomfortable
Long hours, exposure to weather and hazardous conditions
Ability to travel domestically and internationally
Armament / Ordnance (EOD) / Weapons (Full-time)