Blue Air Training, LLC is seeking an Logistics Technician II to perform as part of the overall aircrew to achieve the desired learning objectives of our customers during simulated training. 

The Logistics Technician II performs technical supply and inventory management of Company parts and supplies. The information below is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required for this position. 

Duties and Responsibilities

Perform inventory management; 

Perform efficient and timely material warehousing and stock rotation; 

Stock control/replenishment; 

Perform physical inventories, wall-to-wall inventories, transition inventories, and shelf-life/life-cycle management with appropriate personnel and as per Company policy and government regulation (if applicable); 

Respond to maintenance personnel inquiries for information such as part number verification, asset availability, inventory count of an individual item; part number/serial number searches, and requests to physically view material within two hours from initial request during prescribed work hours;

Perform material processing and requests of items in stock and order items not in stock based on priority, Company policy, and government regulations if applicable; 

Coordinate with Maintenance teams for routine, recurring parts requisitions, including public use aircraft parts and Company configuration items;  

Catalog all parts, hardware, and property in accordance with Company policy;

Classify parts, categorize parts, tag and label parts, group parts, and ensure environmental control requirements; 

Procure and acquire materials, hardware, warranties, and other items as applicable as per Company purchasing procedures: 

Work with and develop third party vendor relationships to obtain and purchase parts; 

Properly store, restrict access, and exercise proper controls pilferable items; 

Properly store, handle, and dispose of hazardous materials, chemicals and explosives as per government regulations; 

Request parts and maintain requisition files, registers, and records necessary to monitor and track, follow up, expedite, reconcile, and report material demands for repair: 

Verify purchased items received are as ordered, in working condition, and meet any necessary requirements as per Company policy; coordinate the return or exchange of any defective material/parts/workmanship with supplier; 

Document and track Company property/parts by the unique identifier out received and out for repair, exchange, or returned for reimbursement;  

Maintain a due-in from maintenance (DIFM) system; 

Obtain and file warranties received with purchase and repair of parts/equipment; 

Ensure unsatisfactory awaiting parts (AWP) situations are made known to supervisor for assistance; 

Ensure shipment of materials/hazardous materials/parts are in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations, including International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and Director of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) regardless of method of shipment (Company aircraft/Company vehicle/third party vendor), and as per Company policy;

Process and track damage/loss/discrepancy claims with shipping/freight vendors; 

Pick-up, control, store, issue, document, transport and dispose of pyrotechnics in support of AO activities and crew survival pyrotechnics up to Class l .3C; 

Dispose explosive devices in accordance with government regulations and Company procedures; 

Comply with all mishap reporting requirements; 

Operate Company vehicle(s), and forklift(s) to facilitate the loading, unloading and transportation of materials and equipment; 

Attend and participate in meetings and provide feedback to department members and management; 

Possess ability to obtain and maintain material handling equipment and working at heights certifications;  

Prepare and maintain necessary records, files, and reports to determine and report progress and status of work assignments to management; 

Check records on material, parts, and equipment. Obtain receipts when required; 

Communicate effectively and efficiently with Logistics personnel located at other Company sites/hubs; 

Support safety meetings and walk-downs of assigned work area and equipment and coordinate with management for support to correct concerns; 

Perform all aspects of warehousing to include the receipt, storage, catalog, and issue of hardware and materials when required; 

Perform other duties as assigned. 

Minimum Requirements

Minimum five (5) years’ direct experience. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be familiar with, able to read and understand manufacturer manuals. Must be a self-starter, able to work independently or part of a team. Must possess excellent communication and people skills, to include problem solving, organizational, and computer skills. Must be willing to travel. Must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities of a Logistics Technician II in daily work performance. Must possess and maintain a driver license. Must be able to lift a minimum fifty (50) pounds. Must be fluent in the English language with excellent communication and organization skills. Must not be barred from any government installation. Must be able to stand, lift overhead, bend, crouch, climb a ladder, and use hands and fingers.