Responsible for operational performance, safety, and profitability of the department or work activity.
Provides operational oversight to ensure work is accomplished according to customer priorities and in a timely and cost effective manner.
Insures employee awareness and compliance with occupational and company
safety directives, and operating procedures.
Acts as primary functional representative coordinates activities involving the customer, other organizations, and/or company functions.
Responsible for defining training requirements, developing employee skills, and promoting continuous improvement
Develops and implements performance standards and internal controls.
Responsible for operations and ensuring data integrity of Ordnance Information Systems (OIS).
Responsible for data management activities and completing required actions including OIS daily database backups, and maintaining archive data.
Ordnance Foreman shall have significant experience in
Ordnance Integrated System (OIS) software and
ammunition logistic management procedures.
5-10 years of experience in various Ordnance or Ammunition leadership roles performed while assigned to Navy / Marine/Army or Air Force, munitions /ordnance organizations.
Demonstrated supervisory skills and ability to prioritize work.
Previous assignments and strong recent work history support Navy BOS / Facility Support operations or contracts in austere or remote environments. Experience with contingency support operations is desired.
Previous experience in Lean Sigma or process improvement techniques and methodology desired
Excellent customer relations, communication, leadership, and inter-personal skills.
Must have or be able to obtain/maintain a secret clearance.
Be certified to train and license explosive driver personnel
Must be fluent in English
Must possess passport book (not passport card) with at least 12 months of remaining validity AND with at least 4 blank visa/stamp pages remaining
Must possess driver’s license with at least 6 months of remaining validity
It should be understood that employment may be located in potentially dangerous areas, including combat or war zones. This might involve the possibility of suffering harm by dangerous forces or friendly fire. These dangers are inherent to working conditions in a dangerous environment.