KBR Freight Operations Specialist in JACKSONVILLE, Florida
Title: Freight Operations Specialist
Job Number: 1048198
On September 16, 2016, Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc. was acquired by KBR.
KBR is a publicly-traded technology, engineering, procurement, and construction company serving the global hydrocarbons and government services industries headquartered in Houston, Texas. As we transition from Honeywell to KBR, we will continue to use Honeywell’s career
website for a period of time to post our open positions.
The Prepositioning and Marine Corps Logistics Services (P&MCLS) program is based in Jacksonville, Florida. We provide maintenance and logistics services to the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and U.S. Navy.
We are seeking a Freight Operations Specialist for our Jacksonville, Florida location.
Under general supervision, performs various functions as required for the effective loading and off-loading of cargo, transported by specialized carrier equipment (i.e., flatbeds, drop-frame, lowboys and various types of railcars) in support of MPF logistic and maintenance activities.
Performs other tasks as assigned.
High School graduate or equivalent.
Five years directly related work experience.
Current civilian motor vehicle operator's license.
Current 4,000/6,000 pound forklift license.
Completion of Motor Vehicle and Railcar Inspection Course for transportation of hazardous material.
This training will be provided pursuant to Article VI, Section 6.02 Part D of the CBA.
The selected employee will be required to successfully complete this training at a pre-determined off site location and will require 3.5 days of training with the first training available the week of 6 February 2017.
Travel expenses including transportation and lodging will be provided according to the current Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR per diem rates).
Ability to comply with all established methods, quality standards, and time schedules applicable to this position.
Ability to obtain a Favorable Government Public Trust Investigation
Ability to obtain and maintain Military Base Access
Ability to obtain and maintain a Common Access Card
U. S. Citizen.
You must also provide evidence of your successful completion of one of the following prerequisite courses: Ammo-18-DL, Basics of Naval Explosives Hazard Control or Ammo-49-DL, Naval Explosives Safety Managers/Supervisors Orientation.
These are online courses available over the Navy DAC online training website which requires a CAC Card.