Fluor Logistics Manager in United Kingdom, Colorado

Job Description:

* Must possess a clearance at the TS/SCI access level, and have favorably completed a government issued polygraph *


This position provides leadership in the organization or functional area and is primarily engaged in management activities that establish the direction of a department, function, or project. The position requires the application of knowledge gained from experience and expertise to the job duties and responsibilities. The position will make decisions in areas that may impact the organization and its employees, clients, budgets, policies, procedures, work practices, or compliance programs.


This position serves as the Logistics Manager at a US Government activity in the United Kingdom. The incumbent will direct daily operations of the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) team, whose work is composed of shipping and receiving, warehousing, property management, and transportation. Additionally, this position interacts with other program managers to ensure effective support to program projects and facilities operation and maintenance (O&M).

Principal Job Duties & Responsibilities

• Manage personnel and provide an environment for the development and professional advancement of staff members, including on-the-job and formal training and development opportunities, and timely performance feedback. Ensure team members have necessary training to complete their duties and work in a safe environment.

• Adhere to and support Fluor's Health, Safety & Environmental and Sustainability Policies

• Responsible for the implementation, management, and monitoring of the Material Management Work Process with the approved Reference Tool for Material Management to meet project requirements and schedule

• Manage the development of all purchasing and Material Management activities for designated projects and operations requirements.

• Perform supervisory responsibilities as appropriate

• Direct the generation of Purchase Requests (PR) in the approved material management reference system

• Maintain the highest ethical standards of Material Management professional responsibility

• Leverage internal and external resources to administer policies and procedures consistently across all business lines, functions, and locations

• Analyze situations, identify and forecast pertinent problems and evaluate realistic options; recommend/implement appropriate course of action

• Organize and prioritize a variety of complex projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines

• Maintain compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, and global standards

• Effectively develop and apply the Core Skills to the job

• Local travel to attend to business related matters

• Meet expectations on attendance and punctuality

• Responsible for a multitude of Logistics Support functions which are related to CSC Operations, Property

Management, Warehouse Management, and Logistical Operations

• Reviews supply-related data

• Provides technical guidance on inventory procedures, excess material, and property management.

• Oversees the development of site logistics procedures, requirements, and property accountability control records.

• Ensures compliance with relevant Department of Defense (DOD) established processes, procedures, and systems.

Other duties as assigned

Specific Job Duties & Responsibilities

• Responsible for a multitude of Logistics Support functions performed by ILS which are related to Property Management, Procurement, and Transportation.

• Implement the Fluor Safety program as it pertains to logistics operations, overseeing the proper use of the safety program requirements to deliver quality services.

• Reviews supply-related data, Logistics Support Plans (LSP’s) requirements, transportation plans, and International Air Transport Association (IATA) standards for applicability to program logistics operations.

• Provides ILS technical guidance on inventories procedures, budgeting, excess material, and procurement processes.

• Oversees the development and updating of site logistics procedures, requirements, and property accountability control records.

• Ensures compliance with relevant Department of Defense (DOD) established processes, procedures, and systems.

• Assists in arranging in-country transportation support personnel. Interfaces with Continental U.S. (CONUS) based organizations on all required deliveries from CONUS; coordinates with the Base Customs Office and U.K. Her Majesty’s (HM) Customs & Excise office for all required Customs documentation for both imported and exported equipment.

• Responsible for assisting the maintenance and engineering personnel in researching required and obsolete parts.

• Oversees the packaging and crating of all shipments from ILS warehouse and ensures they meet required standards for commercial and/or military transport.

• Ensures ILS team members have necessary training to complete their duties and work in a safe environment.

• Back-up for any position assigned to the ILS team.

• Be responsible and timely with the submittal of annual Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) updates, monthly

Program Management Review (PMR) slides, and Weekly Activity Reports (WAR)

• Work directly with Procurement to maintain compliance with service agreements

• Know and enforce the security requirements of the program; completion of training for self and staff, enforcement and immediate notification of violations to the program security manager

• Manage Recruitment and Retention for the success of the operation

• Manage the timely accomplishment of the Annual Inventories; Warehouse Assets, and Accountable Property

• Develop training plans for the logistics team and manage both Government and Company specific training requirements

• Report operational situations directly to the Site Manager for immediate attention and resolution

Job ID: 111355BR

City: United Kingdom

State: Colorado

Country: United States

We reserve the right to modify or revise the job descriptions in part or in its entirety. Reasonable accommodations will be made in accordance with governing law.

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.