Principal Supply Chain Specialist: ATMP: Louisville, KY
Description: The Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) is a seven year Single Award ID/IQ contract for maintenance, sustainment, operations, and support of Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS), Live-Fire Ranges, and Instrumentation Systems. The ATMP portfolio includes ~250,000 live, virtual, constructive, and gaming TADSS located at 422 sites worldwide.
The primary customer is PEO STRI in Orlando, FL. PEO STRI's published vision for ATMP is integrated, one-stop, world-wide maintenance and sustainment for Army Program of Record (POR) TADSS.
Principal Supply Chain Specialist - Identifies, plans, activates, and implements management actions to acquire material, consumables, repairable items, spares, services and other direct cost elements to ensure availability to support maintainers and Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS) to meet Contract Performance Factors (CPFs) for operational availability and turn-around-times for replacement of unserviceable items. These positions are located in the Army TADSS Maintenance Program (ATMP) Central Depot in Louisville, KY.
• Must be able to gain access to military Installation
• Must have knowledge of Microsoft Applications
• Must be able to multi-task
• Must have strong customer service skills
• Must be detail oriented
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