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Logistics Engineer Job

Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC) - McLean, VA

Logistics Engineer Job

Logistics Engineer Job


Dec 27, 2017


Mclean, VA, US



Logistics Engineer (Job Number:418471)Description: JOB DESCRIPTION:Provide cradle to grave logistics operations for the customer organization. Provide secure procurement and payment using both traditional and non- traditional mechanisms. Provide oversight and hands-on inspections of markings and documentation. Provide shipping and transportation, and document traceability. Provide direction and oversight regarding all program transportation plans. Conduct annual physical inventories. Maintain equipment records for the lifecycle of the property.Qualifications:Required Education & Experience:- BS/ BA degree- Ten years minimum logistics experience- Outstanding Customer Service Skills- Ability to travel to contractor sites across CONUSDesired Skills:- Potential for limited OCONUS travel.SAIC Overview:SAIC is a leading provider of technical, engineering and enterprise information technology services to the U.S. government. Our 13,000 employees deliver systems engineering and information technology offerings for large, complex government programs, as well as a broad range of higher-end, differentiated technology services. The company is headquartered in McLean, Va. For more information, visit AA M/F/Vet/DisabilityJob Posting: Apr 27, 2016, 1:40:48 PMPrimary Location: United States-VA-MCLEANClearance Level Must Currently Possess: Top Secret/SCI with PolygraphClearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: NonePotential for Teleworking: NoTravel: Yes, 10% of the timeShift: Day JobSchedule: Full-time

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Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC)


Logistics Engineer Job Science Applications International Corporation-(SAIC) - McLean, VA, United States


Location: McLean, VA

Company Profile:
The setting for SAIC's startup in 1969 was not much different than that of many companies that begin with a few dollars and a good idea. Small, austere offices with rented desks and typewriters that have seen better days. People furiously working days, nights and weekends, hoping to curb the anxiety over the future. For SAIC, it began in offices with a tremendous ocean view (rented for $2.40 per square foot per year) in the sleepy village of La Jolla, California. "We had the added advantage of having as our next-door neighbor, a ballet studio," recalls founder J. Robert Beyster, Ph.D. "On the balcony in front of us, just to keep things light-hearted, the ballerinas would dance by as we did our research."