ITility, LLC


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Posted Date 1 month ago(1/17/2018 1:52 PM)
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Marine Raider Training Center (MRTC) ensures the timely delivery of focused training, education and assessment solutions to the special operations force.  They do this by facilitating the Programs of Instruction (POIs) of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command (MARSOC).


A requirement exists to provide formal training to individual Special Operations Officers (SOO), Critical Skills Operators (CSO), and Special Operations Capability Specialists (SOCS) in Special Operations tactics, techniques, and procedures and related support skills in order to provide qualified personnel to the Marine Special Operations Companies (MSOCs). The unit specifically charged with this responsibility is the Marine Raider Training Center (MRTC) formerly called the Marine Special Operations School (MSOS). Due to current force manning, contracted support is required for MRTC in the execution of its mission.



  • Assist with routine supply control, issue, inventory, and receipt of supply type items functions to include verifying the correct order number, quantity, and condition code of items, signing manifests once items are received, ensuring a correct and accurate chain of custody, and maintain accurate locator decks to allow efficient use of stock through optimal warehouse utilization of shelf and floor space.
  • Shall be capable of gaining and maintaining a forklift license and safely operating that equipment as well as lifting items weighing 50 pounds.


  • Served a minimum of 1 year as an E-5 or higher.
  • 5 years of experience in USMC MOS 3051 (Inventory Management Specialist) or similar DoD equivalent.
  • Graduate of a DoD MOS producing supply warehouseman course.
  • 1 year of experience MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Possess a SECRET clearance on day one of contract execution.


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