POSITION SUMMARY: CACI has an immediate opening for a Supply Management Analyst in our Norfolk, VA location. This individual will p erform technical edit screening on all MOR/SOR request paperwork submitted by PPE and process Material/Service Order Requests (MOR/SOR) to include performing market research/material sourcing of identified GFM/GFE, Class Buys, Shore Based Spares inter-agency funding document and Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL) Shortages requirements for all ships. When necessary, the individual will order applicable technical manuals from either MSC or Navy sources. Perform technical edit screening of open purchase requests to meet requirements of FAR Part 8 screening, Sole Source Justifications and Urgency Justifications. Provide feedback on quality of each purchase request to supply chain director and Logistics Type Desk (LTD) for corrective action. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Typically requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent, and zero to two years of related experience. In lieu of a degree must have: -- High school diploma or GED -- 4 years of experience providing ship acquisition or fleet sustainment logistics support services to MSC, the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Coast Guard, or commercial ship operating companies, to include all of the following: -- Afloat supply financial and inventory management. -- Material identification and sourcing material from commercial and federal sources. -- Material order submission, tracking, and expediting using DoD and Navy MILSTRIP requisition transactions. -- Material shipping, monitoring, tracing, and tracking using both commercial sources and the Defense Transportation System (DTS) for CONUS and OCONUS delivery. -- Identifying, analyzing, auditing, and developing requirements for the acquisition of logistics information in support of planned maintenance, industrial assistance, equipment alterations, and removals. -- Reviewing, interpreting, and auditing acquisition documentation, specifications, technical manuals, vendor supplies data, vendor purchase orders, shipboard feedback, and other available technical information. -- Conducting shipboard inventories, developing storeroom mock-ups, layout, and supporting material on-loads and off-loads. -- Conducting ashore inventories. Performing causative research for inventory gains or losses. -- Auditing, updating, analyzing, and determining shipboard inventory management posture. -- 3 years‘ experience utilizing CLIP/CMLS, ShipCLIP, WinMASP, NTCSS, CDMD-OA, SCLSIS, MERLIN, ICAPS, HAYSTACK PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Normal demands associated with an office environment. Ability to work on computer for long periods and communicate with individuals by telephone, email and face to face. Some travel may be required.