LOCATION: West Bethesda, MD


We are seeking a Senior Supply Analyst with immediate availability that will thrive in a challenging and rewarding process-oriented environment. The candidate will support the NSWC Carderock Material and Asset Management programs as follows:

  • Review and create documentation which will include existing and emergent Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) guidelines, procedures, business rules, Standard Operating Procedures, regulations, Plans of Action and Milestones, schedules, memorandums, instructions, white papers, and policies and determine their impact to the NSWCCD OM&S, Purchase Requisition, and General Equipment/Asset
  • Review these documents for clarity, consistency, technical accuracy, and ease of use.
  • Provide comments and recommendations to improve NSWCCD OM&S, Purchase Requisition, and General Equipment documents and programs.
  • Assist in the creation of new documentation and updates of existing documentation.
  • Assist in the consolidation, update, and posting of OM&S, PRs, and GE management information on NSWCCD SharePoint
  • Perform other duties to include Navy ERP system end-user support, basic data entry in various tools, the implementation of Department 10 or Command level initiatives assigned to Code 106 or 107, and ad hoc administrative support for the Management Internal Control Program (MICP), Continuous Process Improvement Program (CPI), Technical Health Assessment (TCHA) Data Call, and other leadership strategic priorities.

Our Navy client provides research, development, test and evaluation, analysis, acquisition support, in-service engineering, logistics, and integration of surface and undersea vehicles and associated systems. Essential to the successful execution of the mission is the business and administrative support services provided by the Operation Department (Code 10). Code 10 is comprised of seven Divisions, including the Corporate Business Office Division (Code 106) and the Property Management Division (Code 107). The Corporate Business Office Division (Code 106) consists of four branches: Corporate Planning (Code 1061), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Extended Business Office (Code 1062), Metrics, Analysis, and Data Calls (Code 1063), and Records Management, Forms, and Directives (Code 1064). The Property Management Division (Code 107) consists of three branches: Purchase Requisition (PR) Branch (Code 1071), Supply Branch (Code 1072), and General Equipment (GE) Branch (Code 1073). As part of its mission, the Property Management Division provides oversight of policy and compliance in the areas of General Equipment, Supply, and Purchase Requisition (PR). Code 107 is also responsible for all Supply, General Equipment, and PR Creation management functions including policy development, financial and physical accountability, training, performance monitoring, and process improvements.


Mandatory: Individuals should possess a Bachelor of Science or Arts Degree in Business Management, Supply Chain Management, or a related field from an accredited college or university with experience as outlined below.

Waiverable/Substitutable: In lieu of the education requirement, individuals should have an additional five (5) years+ of prior military, Department of Defense, or related business experience in Inventory Management, Logistics, or Plant Property & Equipment/Asset Management.


Mandatory: US Citizenship required; shall possess a favorably adjudicated PSI at Tier 3 (T3) level.


The experience should include three (3) years+ of experience with NAVY and NAVY Enterprise Resource Planning (N-ERP) solutions and ten (10) years+ of experience with managing Department of Defense Logistics, including Sponsor Owned Material (SOM) or OM&S. Relevant experience in a management capacity with responsibilities for material accountability, major projector program level management of contractors/subordinates, and performance of physical inventories of PP&E/AM or OM&S should be included. Working knowledge of DoD FMR Volume 4, Chapter 4, DoN Federal Financial Management Improvement Act (FFMIA) Statement of Assurance, and SECNAV INSTRUCTION 4440.33 is desired.


  • Good organization skills to balance and prioritize work
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills to troubleshoot systems problems
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team!

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