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Inventory Management Specialist and OIS-R Manager (LIESS-SBT12)

Location: Coronado, CA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Company Overview

RMGS is a US Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing security, training, safety, logistics, technology, and consulting services to Federal, State, and local government clients worldwide.


Minimum requirements for position

  • Currently hold a verifiable SECRET security clearance vetted through JPAS.
  • Expert knowledge of governing ammunition supply and safety regulations, policies, procedures, and instructions applicable to the specific assignment for inventory, packaging, storing/distributing and cataloging.
  • Must have OIS/ROLMS experience, minimum of 5 years working with either system.
  • Ability to conduct extensive and exhaustive searches for information and to reconstruct records for complex ammunition supply transactions.
  • Ability to provide ammunition supply operations support in specialized or unique situations requiring degrees of protection in shipment and storage, and/or items seldom handled.
  • Knowledge of Naval Special Warfare (NSW) and United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) organizational structure, SBT-12 mission requirements, and capabilities is required to enable response to a variety of complex safety situations. 
  • Must have the ability to analyze problems, weigh alternative solutions, and recommend courses of action with little or no supervisory oversight. 
  • Must be able to analyze regulations, directives, instructions, notices, and manuals issued by higher authority in order to guarantee adherence to policy guidelines and be able to evaluate the effect of any changes on current operational procedures.
  • Expert knowledge of ammunition safety and compatibility.
  • Thorough knowledge in the use and application of personal computers and office software.  Familiarity with one or more automated supply databases to enter, correct, and retrieve recurring reports and to structure and retrieve specialized reports.
  • Knowledge of NSW community instructions, policies, and procedures.
  • Able to obtain personnel and vehicle access to military installations.
  • Candidate must live within one hour’s drive of NAB Coronado, CA for recall purposes

The Inventory Management Specialist/Ordnance Information System Retail (OIS-R) Manager provides expertise in support of ordnance programs for SBT-12.  This position serves as the OIS-R Manager and will have an advisory role that extends across the entire command where the work done affects the handling and accuracy of the ordnance inventory records of SBT-12.  The Inventory Management Specialist/OIS-R Manager performs duties necessary to direct and coordinate activities concerned with the handling, storage, and ground/air shipments of ammunition and other explosive components at SBT-12 and their remote operating locations.

Work Conditions

  • Monday – Friday, excluding all federal holidays.


  • Anticipated and estimated travel for training is one time for one week from Coronado to Crane, Indiana and/or one time for one week from Coronado to Little Creek, Virginia.

-Relocation is not included.

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“We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law."

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