Serco is looking to fill a Database Analyst (DBA) position in Perry, GA to support the DLA Chemical Management Services Third Party Logistics (3PL) contract. This DBA will be responsible for the maintenance and accuracy of all electronic tracking systems that will be required to manage and track all HAZMAT (HM) across the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC). This will entail managing both the Government Designated System (GDS) as well as Serco’s proprietary inventory system.
Candidate will be responsible for electronic tracking of all HM from initial identification of a requirement by a customer, to sourcing of material through multiple sources, and also processing receipt/issue transactions as material is received from vendors. Accurate sales pricing based on vendor quotes will be tracked/reconciled against established material pricing, with pricing discrepancies elevated to senior Serco leadership. Will also be required to work with Warehouse personnel to validate electronic inventories against physical on-hand inventories and other inventory reconciliation activities.
Database maintenance will include periodic quality assurance activities such as inventory reconciliation, spot-checks of physical inventory compared to electronic tracking systems, and processing final disposition of material once turned in or fully expended. Will ensure that all necessary sales and HM safety data is processed and included as part of the delivery package to end-customers. Familiarity with multiple logistics systems such as WebFLIS, HMIRS and FEDLOG are desired.
Performs a variety of data-related tasks, assigned both by Serco Site Manager and 3PL PM. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required. Will report to the contract 3PL Program Manager.
Requires a Bachelor’s Degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. Additional years of experience can be substituted in lieu of a degree. Must be able to obtain and maintain a favorable adjudicated background investigation.
Ability to use IT systems for control and management of HM will also be required. Able to conduct accurate inventories and research of HM, along with coordinating the activities of multiple warehousemen will be required as well.
Demonstrated knowledge of US Air Force and Department of Defense Hazardous Material Control and Management (HMC&M) processes/procedures, warehousing, handling, and safety procedures, along with HM management software programs such as WebFLIS, HMIRS and FedLog for inventory research is desired.
Previous experience working with US Air Force HM management systems is desired. Work is generally performed in a mixed warehouse/office environment with varying working conditions. Job assignment will require working at a Serco warehouse facility, with minimal travel being required.
Technical training/experience in US Air Force Supply procedures and IT systems used in HM management processes including some or all of the following: