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Defense Logistics Agency Supervisory General Supply Specialist in Bremerton, Washington


See below for important information regarding this job. This is a supervisory position. Candidates must have demonstrated or shown the potential to develop the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to accomplish the strategic goals and plans of the enterprise. Applicants should describe any experience or responsibilities which could be used in relation to the supervisory requirements of this position.


Please note, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Agency is operating in a maximum telework posture for all telework ready employees occupying a telework eligible position.

Exercise final authority for the full range of personnel actions for the Branch. Develop performance standards and evaluate work performance of subordinates.

Plan and assign work to employees based on capabilities and ensure completion of workload and responsibilities, while identifying developmental and training needs of employees.

Reviews and analyzes operational reports, plans, work schedules, and material requirements for technical capability and accuracy.

Addressing and solving material support deficiencies and problems to ensure timely execution of submarine work and projects.

Maintain liaisons with inventory managers, contractors, vendors, maintenance depot production and planning organizations concerning schedules, procurement status/delivery schedule, and overhaul on assembly schedule

Exercise intensive management and control of all Trident Planned Equipment Replacement (TRIPER) material during receiving, storage, issue, refurbishment,

Testing of preventative maintenance to ensure all assets are on accounted and recorded to ensure program integrity.

Analyze and solve critical technical supply support problems for TRIPER items that require identification, movement, tracking and ordering.

Consulting drawings technical manual, engineering changes, weapon system files, maintenance management systems, and maintenance repair procedures.

Update managers, site director, and senior analysts on issues, problems and program accomplishments. Prepare correspondence and statistical reports on material management program policies, regulatory guidance, and applicable changes.

Analyze data and reconcile material between systems. Coordinate with and advise contractors on newly establish material control processing systems, analyzing and evaluating results.


Conditions of Employment


To qualify for a Supervisory General Supply Specialist, your resume and supporting documentation must support: One year of specialized experience that equipped you with the particular competencies to successfully perform the duties of the position, and is directly in or related to this position. To qualify at the GS-12 level, applicants must possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-11 level or equivalent under other pay systems in the Federal service, military or private sector. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements including time-in-grade (General Schedule (GS) positions only), time-after-competitive appointment, minimum qualifications, and any other regulatory requirements by the cut-off/closing date of the announcement. Creditable specialized experience includes: Interpret and follow material procurement policies and procedures and trains other personnel Knowledge of and familiarization with supply system manuals and directives, MILSTRIP/MILSTRAP procedures, and other related supply instructions Knowledge of supply/distribution functions and naval systems. Understand supply and quality programs and their relationships to material management processes. Analyze and resolve difficult issues and problems related to supply processes, work methods, supply data management or day-to-day operational procedures. Maintain workload statistics. Analyze and compile data for reporting. Knowledge of the Depot Level Repairable (DLR) program and requirements Inventory Control experience Knowledge of (MAT) Material Access Technology system and (BO) Business Objects Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.


Substitution of education may not be used in lieu of specialized experience for this grade level.

Additional Information

MILITARY SPOUSE PREFERENCE: In order to receive this preference you must choose to apply using the "Priority Placement Program, DoD Military Spouse Preference (MSP)" eligibility. If you are claiming military spouse preference and are determined to be among the Best Qualified for the position, you will be referred to the hiring manager as a priority applicant. For Important General Applicant Information and Definitions go to: Reemployed Annuitants: This position does not meet criteria for appointment of Reemployed Annuitants. The DoD criteria for hiring Reemployed Annuitants can be found at: INFORMATION FOR VETERANS is available at: As of 23 December 2016, Military retirees seeking to enter federal service in the Department of Defense now require a waiver if they would be appointed within 180 days following their official date of retirement. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE: The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has established a Drug-Free Federal Workplace Policy. All applicants tentatively selected for DLA employment in a testing designated position are subject to urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use prior to appointment. Applicants who refuse to be tested will be denied employment with DLA for a period of six months. This policy extends to random testing for the use of illegal drugs by employees who occupy testing designated positions defined as sensitive in Section 7(d) of Executive Order 12564. The Defense Logistics Agency's Drug Free Workplace Plan's drug testing panel includes testing for the following illegal substances: marijuana, cocaine, opiates (codeine/morphine), 6-Acetylmorphine (heroin), phencyclidine, amphetamines (amphetamine/methamphetamine), methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA), oxycodone, oxymorphone, hydrocodone, and hydromorphone. ADVISORY: By using cannabidiol (CBD) products you are risking a positive drug test result for marijuana.