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NSWG3 - Supply Department Logistic Support

Location: Pearl City, HI

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Mid Level

Minimum requirements for position

  • Currently hold a verifiable SECRET security clearance vetted through JPAS.
  • Possess a valid state driver’s license.
  • Able to drive Government-owned trucks, forklifts and vans.  A CDL license is not required.
  • Currently possess or able to obtain and maintain a license to operate a forklift.
  • Able to obtain personnel and vehicle access to military installations.
  • Proficient to perform data entry on IBM®-compatible computers utilizing current versions of Microsoft® Windows®, and Microsoft Office® applications like Excel®, Word®, PowerPoint®, Outlook® and other related programs.
  • Direct knowledge of installation level and strategic support logistic programs and systems that relate to logistic capability and capacity.

The Supply Department Logistic Support provides support for Naval Special Warfare Group Three Logistics Support Unit.  This position will maintain Supply Operations and separation functions as required by Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) audits.  This position supports the following functions: warehousing support, inventory management support, customer support, and shipping & receiving support.


  • Pearl City, HI


  • Anticipated and estimated travel is two times per year for five days from Hawaii to CONUS west coast locations and up to three times per year for five days from Hawaii to Guam.
  • Temporary support may occasionally be required at other CONUS and OCONUS duty locations.


- Relocation is not included.

- E-verify used to verify employment eligibility.

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