Lockheed Martin Logistics Managment Analyst (Item Manager) in Clearfield, Utah
Monitors empty bin reports and works with Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) and Program Management Office to expedite orders for aircraft-related parts. Responsible for monitoring DLA and Commercial supplier order status to identify possible and actual shortages and initiates mitigation actions to bridge supplier gaps. Briefs management on progress of mitigation actions and provides status to material handlers and leads. Attends customer meetings and briefs parts status on bin outages and mitigation actions taken to prevent future outages. Strong oral and written communication skills are required.
Must be a US Citizen. This position is located at a facility that requires special access. Must have at the ability to obtain a Secret Clearance prior to starting.
Basic Qualifications The following are required skills: Material Planning/Material Forecasting experience 2 years of data analysis experience MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access) Experience interfacing directly with government customers
Desired skills The following are desired but not required: Supply Chain Management experience, preferably with DLA and/or USAF. Strong oral and written communication skills Experience working in a demanding, fast paced environment.
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Job Location(s): Clearfield Utah