L3 Technologies CBA IMRL/CAL Property Coordinator - T45 PENSACOLA in Pensacola, Florida

CBA IMRL/CAL Property Coordinator - T45 PENSACOLA


Position Overview:

Performs a variety of duties which include maintaining records of Government/Company Owned equipment, material, parts and supplies for utilization and control. Ensures tool calibration programs are complied with. Applies technical knowledge of Company/Government supply, material, equipment and tool control procedures, instructions and regulations to ensure tool rooms and work centers operational needs are met.

Employs knowledge of inventory and property control procedures. Reads, interprets and complies with detailed administration procedures, instructions, regulations and applicable publications. Monitors Aircraft Maintenance Material Readiness List Program and other applicable manuals/publications. Must have a working knowledge of computer operation and related office equipment. Must have a working knowledge of aviation tools, supplies and logistics systems and the ability to understand and read supply and aircraft publications in written or electronic form. Must have a working knowledge of FAR Part 45 and 52 as it applies to their responsibilities.

Assists, as mission dictates, with a variety of logistics duties which include functions under Tool Room, Property Control, Warehouse, Aircraft Maintenance Support Unit (AMSU), Material, Component and Stock Control. These duties may include receiving, shipping, issuing and stocking components, parts and materials. Assist with warehouse inventories and completes data entry of inventoried and processed items. May be required to prepare requisitions and monitors until receipt. Utilizes logistics automation and information systems to perform logistics duties as required.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Report by TR to the SECA, all transactions, such as the receipt of new items, transfer of items on hand, surveys, or changes in on hand quantities. Ensure transactions are reported at the time they occur and are complete and accurate.

  • Conduct an annual physical inventory and submit the inventory report to the SECA via the chain of command.

  • Expedites urgent requirements for cross site loans of IMRL/SE through the proper channels.

  • Ensures all IMRL assets and special equipment are maintained in good working condition and all IMRL assets requiring calibration are forwarded to the proper calibration facility.

  • Reviews allowance supplements continually and take appropriate action.

  • Ensure IMRL revision requests are submitted for all required changes, additions, or deletions.

  • Submit letters through the chain of command requesting disposition instructions for excess SE.

  • Tailor IMRL allowances, up or down, when conditions change or tailoring is otherwise warranted.

  • Report Excess IMRL Assets.

  • Conducts research utilizing proper publications to determine equipment applicability relating to the appropriate activity or work center.

  • Maintains an accurate accounting and reporting system for IMRL property.

  • Establishes and designates storage areas to prevent the deterioration and destruction of IMRL/CAL and Government/Company Owned property.

  • Ensures Activity Asset Report reflects actual Support Equipment as reported in the IMRL through timely submission of transaction reports.

  • Originates Support Equipment Transaction Forms as required.

  • Conducts physical inventories of IMRL, SE, Other Government Furnished Property and Company Owned Property at intervals as directed by applicable policies and procedures. Ensures timely submittal of required reports (CDRLs) and inventories to the Government/Company. Prepares inventory adjustment reports and other applicable documentation as required.

  • Prepares necessary documents for loss, damage, destruction or damage to Government/ Company property [Surveys/Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (DD Form 200)]. Prepares necessary documents for authorization from the Government/Company to replace, dispose of, ship, and to obtain additional Government/Company property.

  • Uses, inspects, and maintains assigned personal safety equipment.

  • Develops, formulates and improves methods, processes, and/or procedures to increase efficiency and quality.

  • Provides technical assistance, guidance and training as required.

  • Uses approved methods/procedures in the performance of assigned job. Correct/report all observed unsafe practices/conditions. Demonstrate job procedures and assists in the training of employees.

  • Complies with Suspect/Unacceptable Parts, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Foreign Object Damage (FOD), Hazardous Waste and Tool Control Programs.

  • Complies with established general and industrial safety rules and regulations as applicable to the contract, facilities and job assignment.

  • Assists as directed to ensure safety, security, and preservation of Government/Company owned equipment and supplies.

  • Works and communicates with internal and external clients, supervisors and customers to meet their needs in a polite, courteous, and cooperative manner. Committed to quality service.

  • When mission dictates, may be required to assist with Supply tasks listed below:

  • Prepares, receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, transports, segregates, routes, stores, stocks, issues, turns-in, ships, and delivers incoming and outgoing property in a timely manner.

  • Compares packing lists, receiving documents, bills of lading, inspection reports, and other documents with contracts, purchase orders, or other requisitions to verify accuracy of stock identification, quantity, condition, and other pertinent data. Inspects, tags, labels, counts, weighs, or measures items of incoming and outgoing shipments. Update records, receipts, and other applicable documents as necessary by use of data processing equipment.

  • Coordinates with requisitioning agency and other personnel as necessary to ensure the timely transfer of parts, property and equipment. Issues, documents, ships, delivers or transfers property from issue, shipping, or transfer destination points.

  • Stores and issues hazardous waste and materials.

  • Controls the issue of sensitive, classified and controlled items.

  • Prepares and selects appropriate containers for use in storage or shipment of materials.

  • Determines method of shipment of all materials and waste, utilizing knowledge of regulations, shipping procedures, routes, and rates. Complies with DOT Hazardous Material Transportation Procedures.

  • Prepares, maintains, files, and completes forms, records, reports, logs, and other related documents in accordance with applicable technical publications and other directives as required. Maintains stock records, inventory records and other applicable documents to create an audit trail.

  • Complies with proper operating procedures when utilizing vehicles, ground support, and material handling equipment. Performs functional checks and daily inspection of ground support, material handling, special tools and equipment prior to use.

  • Processes Beyond Economical Repair (BER) components.

  • Processes repair of repairable components.

  • Creates requisitions for parts and materials to meet maintenance requirements utilizing appropriate automated logistics and information management systems.

  • Researches potential lateral support and coordinate material transfer.

  • Interprets parts substitutions and usable on codes in the Illustrated Parts Break-down (IPB).

  • Performs logistics’ driver duties as required by mission needs.

  • May be required to perform off-site service on assigned detachments.

  • Maintains the cleanliness of the work area, performs various daily office tasks and other logistics or related duties as required.


Basic Qualifications:

  • Must have completed Support Equipment (SE) Asset Manager Course (Course C-555-0026C).

  • Must have three (3) years’ experience and/or proof of on the job training as an IMRL Manager.

  • Must have experience in automated inventory control of parts, materials and equipment management and property management functions.

  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.

  • Must have completed formal training conducted by the U.S. Armed Forces or training courses conducted by industry or civilian institutions.

  • Must have thorough knowledge of the packaging, storage, shipment and transfer of property and supplies.

  • Must have thorough knowledge on military property accountability procedures, forms, and records.

  • Must have working knowledge of the military/government supply system pertaining to aircraft parts, components, materials, and applicable maintenance/technical publications.

  • Must be able to read, interpret and follow technical manuals, directives, oral and written instructions, and other applicable data.

  • Must have knowledge of elementary arithmetic: addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.

  • Must be familiar with general office concepts, practices, and procedures. Must be computer literate and be able to type at a rate of 20 words per minute.

  • Must be able to work days, nights, weekends and holidays as required.

  • Must be able to follow written and oral instructions and have the ability to work with others to effect solutions to ordinary situations/problems.

  • Must have excellent communication skills (oral & written).

  • Must be able to plan and prioritize work assignments with little or no supervision.

  • Must be willing and able to deal with the customer and company employees in a courteous and professional manner.

  • Must be able to meet any Government/Company licensing/qualification requirements for the position.

  • Must be able to obtain the level of Security Clearance required by the Government.

Physical Demands and Environmental Conditions

  • This classification activity is usually accomplished in a warehouse environment and as such requires the scope of physical movements and postures normally associated with these activities. Typical physical demands or activities include climbing, standing, bending, pushing, kneeling, stretching, walking, and sometimes working in cramped or awkward positions. May be required to lift objects whose weight normally will not exceed 50 pounds.

  • The diversity of work conditions may range from an environment where there is little or no physical discomfort, to an environment where inclement weather may subject individual to changes in temperature and weather. May be required to work in areas where high noise hazards prevail. May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles. May be exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals. May be exposed to electrical shock hazards. May work near moving mechanical parts.


  • Must be able to get a CAC Card

  • Certifications/Licensing as required by COMNAVAIRFORINST 4790.2 series

  • Certifications/Licensing as required by L-3 TACP Manual

  • Format/Specialized Training or Equivalent

  • Hazardous Waste Communications Trained

  • FOD and TCP Awareness Trained

  • Security Clearance Awareness Training

  • OPNAV INST 4790.2 Program Awareness

  • ISO 9001-2000 Program Awareness

  • Valid State Driver’s License

  • Support Equipment Operator Certification

  • Navy Logistics Procedure Training

  • Operational Risk Management (ORM) Training

  • Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Trained

Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.

Job Property Administration

Primary Location USA-Florida-Pensacola

US Security Clearance Required: None

Schedule: Full-time

Shift: Day - 1st

Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time

Organization: Division - Vertex-20000074

Job Level: Team Leader / Supervisor

Job Posting: Jan 17, 2018, 6:02:25 PM

Req ID: 095186