Unmanned Aircraft - Property Analyst I *Active Clearance Required*

    • Job Tracking ID: 85347-328865
    • Job Location: Sacramento, CA
    • Job Level: Mid Career
    • Level of Education: High School/GED
    • Job Type: Full-Time/Regular
    • Date Updated: 09/10/2021
    • Years of Experience: 3+
    • Radford Job Code: 04411
    • Compensation: $20.00 - $22.00 / hour
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Job Description

GENERAL JOB SUMMARY:

The Property Analyst is responsible for the government property, customer property and KUAS owned property management systems. The Property Analyst will coordinate with the Inventory Analyst and Material Control Supervisor to report and resolve system and inventory deficiencies. The Property Analyst will immediately report control, use, preservation, protection, and repair and maintenance deficiencies for government, customer, and KUAS property. Completes movement, storage, release and delivery of property to work areas as well as performs data entry into a property management database. 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Property Analyst I

  1. Ensure property management compliance to: Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and any contract terms and conditions, when applicable.
  2. Immediately report loss of any government or customer owned property.
  3. Ensure all required recordkeeping is documented and appropriately stored and protected.
  4. Perform the tasks of receipt, transfer, relieve, ship and/or disposition government and customer property.
  5. Report record and system inaccuracies for government and customer property.
  6. Completes documentation related to DD-1149 for government property.
  7. Performs basic navigation skills and data entry within the Enterprise Resource Planning system (ERP), when applicable.
  8. Identify and report deficiencies in procedures and work instructions.
  9. Performs cycle counts and inventory audits.
  10. Identifies property type (i.e. marking, labeling, stamping).
  11. Use of forklift, pallet jack, or other material handling equipment to move property (training will be provided, if required).
  12. Record and report tool/ equipment maintenance requirements for preventative and corrective maintenance.
  13. Record and report shelf life requirements.
  14. Properly secure and segregate excess property to prevent commingling.
  15. Performs government property assessments to ensure system adequacy in respective FAR outcomes (i.e. acquisition, receipt & identification, maintenance, utilization, records, etc.). 
  16. Completes system transactions and electronic record filing accurately and timely.
  17. Physically receives, counts, moves, and ships property accurately and timely. 

Property Analyst II

  1. Ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of Property Analyst I.
  2. Perform self-assessments of “records to property” and “property to records” confirming the efficiencies of operations, accuracy of financial reporting, and protecting assets.
  3. Performs intermediate navigation and data entry within the ERP system, when applicable.
  4. Manage discrepancy reports.
  5. Maintains accountable records for items returned for: re-work, processing, or repair under warranty.
  6. Responsible for property sub-location control and accuracies.
  7. Responsible for identifying and reporting of government, customer, and KUAS excess of scrap materials, tooling, and equipment that fall under the property control systems. 

Property Analyst III

  1. Ability to perform the duties and responsibilities of Property Analyst II.
  2. Electronically file self-assessment results; including the report and reconciliation of deficiencies.
  3. Responsible for requesting government excess of scrap materials by using the PCARSS (Plant Clearance Automated Reutilization Screening System).
  4. Ability to create, modify, submit inventory schedules, input shipping and disposition information within PCARSS.
  5. On a quarterly cycle, confirm procedure and report work instruction accuracies and deficiencies.
  6. On a quarterly cycle, use experience and resources to improve at least one process.
  7. Report government and customer performance accuracies/ deficiencies using metric data and charts. 

Non-Essential Job Duties:

Other duties may be assigned. 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:

None

Experience and Skills

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

Each successive level of Property Analyst builds on the identified typical knowledge, skills and abilities listed for the previous level(s) Property Analyst.

Property Analyst I              

Required:

  • Assist with stock room management and labeling of assigned materials.
  • Assist with auditing of assigned materials as needed.
  • Must be able to demonstrate intermediate computer skills (MS office, MRP/ERP, Outlook).
  • Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively both written and verbally.
  • Ability to acquire certifications necessary to perform duties (US DOT Hazardous Materials 49 CFR, IATA, IMDG, Explosives handling). 

Property Analyst II

Required:

  • Ability to mentor Property Analyst I.
  • Ability to understand financial impact of deficient inventory procedures and transactions.
  • Ability to prioritize and manage workload with minimal supervision. 

Property Analyst III

Required:

  • Ability to self-manage priorities and workload 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Each successive level of Property Analyst builds on the identified education and experience listed for the previous level(s) Property Analyst.

Property Analyst I

Required:

  • High school education with at least 3 years of inventory management experience (physical and ERP/system related to receive, ship, store, pick/pull, count etc.)
  • Must have working knowledge of the inventory control and property analyst function.
  • Prior hands-on experience with an inventory/ERP system.
  • Forklift and scissor lift operator certification (training will be provided, if required).
  • Must have government property procedures awareness.
  • Knowledge of IATA (International Air Transport Association) – Dangerous goods shipments.
  • Knowledge of IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods).
  • May be required to obtain and maintain a U.S. security clearance at the appropriate level (requires U.S. Citizenship). 
  • Must possess Basic Word, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. 

Property Analyst II

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree or at least 3 years working knowledge of inventory control and Property Analyst functions. 

Property Analyst III

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree or at least 5 years of strong working knowledge and experience of the inventory control and Property Analyst functions. 

WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Office and/or Manufacturing environments.
  • Ability to stand and sit for long periods of time.
  • Ability to perform repetitive motion (keyboarding, 10-key, phones).
  • May work extended hours or weekends.
  • Standing, walking, lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. unassisted and 50 lbs. assisted, carrying, reaching, sitting, and working at heights.
  • Operate forklift, scissor lift, ladders, and other light industrial equipment (training will be provided, if required).
  • May work in non-temperature controlled environments.
  • Employee may generate, handle, manage, or work around hazardous materials and hazardous wastes. 

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: 

  • 15-25% May be required between KUAS and customer/vendor locations.