Property/Asset Control Support 3

    • East Hartford, CT

Facilities/Real Estate

Qualifications:

Property/Asset Control Support 3

Adaptive Optics Associates - Xinetics (AOA Xinetics), a wholly-owned Northrop Grumman Space Systems (NGSP) Business Venture, is currently seeking a Property/Asset Control Support 3 to support AOX activities in East Hartford CT and Devens MA.

AOA Xinetics (AOX) designs, develops, and manufactures precision, advanced optical products and systems such as deformable mirrors, optical systems, adaptive optics control systems and silicon carbide optical structures for the U.S. Government, commercial customers, and U.S. defense prime and second-tier contractors. Markets for these technologies include civilian astronomy and semiconductor capital equipment as well as defense ISR and Directed Energy. Several potential direct and adjacent application areas also exist. The Company has substantial growth opportunities in support of many U.S. Government and NG Strategic Space Systems business initiatives.

AOX delivers industrial photonics systems and development services for a variety of customers and applications. AOX excels in a range of applications from adaptive optical systems, deformable mirrors, wavefront sensors, precision actuators, to photonic systems that acquire and process data in real time for a variety of high availability applications. AOX's capabilities include lightweight passive and active hybrid CERAFORM silicon carbide optics and precision structures as well as large and small precision opto-mechanical systems supporting electronics and sophisticated controls software.

Position Overview
Reporting to the Government Property Administrator, the PACS 3 direct responsibilities include contributing to the management and analytical activities associated with asset business systems to ensure company, customer and US Government property on/and offsite, are managed in accordance with applicable regulations and policies to achieve best value and operational excellence.

Direct Responsibilities:

  • Maintain property accountability records with regard to acquisition, receiving, identification, record keeping, movement, storage, inventories, consumption, utilization, and determine condition and arranges disposal of surplus or obsolete material or equipment
  • Will conduct internal and external property assessments and analyze results for financial and operational purposes, and provide guidance on contracts and regulations pertaining to property life-cycle management
  • Supports, and contributes to the development, recommendation, and implementation of property management policies
  • Prepare periodic and special purpose reports relative to matters such as taxes, leasing, insurance, facility usage, etc.
  • Creates shipping documents for Government and Customer Assets, as needed


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