ITility, LLC

  • EOD TOA Integrated Logistics Overhaul (ILO) Program Support

    Job Locations US-VA-Norfolk
    Posted Date 6 months ago(12/4/2017 10:38 AM)
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  • Overview

    ITility has an opening for an experienced EOD TOA Integrated Logistics Overhaul (ILO) Program Support in the Virginia Beach area. The position will assist in the coordination of the Group-wide execution of logistics management duties associated with the material control of the EOD Table of Allowance (TOA) material, systems and equipment. The work will be performed at JEB Little Creek in Virginia Beach, VA



    Position Responsibilities:

    • Perform Configuration Data Management (CDM) and provide support services for inventory management of EOD TOA and non-TOA equipment.
    • Update, review and maintain ILO related documents and supporting data to include data entry into designated automated databases.
    • Establish and maintain an inventory baseline.
    • Provide COSAL parts verification/validation.
    • Perform configuration/inventory management and daily operation of warehouses, stockrooms and/or storage facilities.
    • Unpack and inventory ISU-90 containers (platoon sets) and configure with government-furnished Ready-for-Issue (RFI) equipment as delineated by designated lists and diagrams to meet EOD/MDS customer specifications.
    • Maintain inventory databases that include but are not limited to:
      • Microsoft Office,
      • WASP Inventory Control,
      • COLTS,
      • RCRP
    • Generate purchase requests in accordance with command Standard Operating Procedures


    Must have four (4) years of DoD supply and inventory management experience specifically with working knowledge of EOD/MDS TOA commodities.

    Must be properly licensed or able to qualify to operate the following:

    •  Light service support vehicle,
    • 15 Ton Truck,
    • forklift (4-20K rating)


    DOD Secret Clearance is Required


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