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Project Manager

Logistics Support Inc.

Job Title:        Project Manager

Location:        Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ

Job Description: 

  • The Project Manager (PM) is directly responsible for all aspects of the Yuma Proving Grounds supply and transportation support services effort and shall have the autonomy from the corporate headquarters to execute the effort unimpeded by corporate management. 
  • This position is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control and completion of Yuma Proving Grounds Logistics Readiness Center supply and transportation functions, including installation property book office (PBO), supply support activity (SSA), hazardous material (HAZMAT) storage and disposition; and transportation personal property office (PPO), material movements, and transportation motor pool (TMP) operations. 
  • Principle duties include: leading the Project Management Development, implementation and scheduling; facilitating the definition of project scope, goals and deliverables
  • Defining project tasks and resource requirements; managing the project budget and resources allocation
  • Tracking project deliverables and providing direction and support to the project team; monitoring quality assurance and reporting overall progress of the project to all stakeholders
  • Presenting reports defining project progress, problems and solutions
  • Presenting reports, conducting IPRs, defining project progress, problems and solutions
  • Conducting Project evaluations and assessment of results
  • Directing the activities of project functional managers
  • Managing Material Management Team operations


  • Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS)
  • Project Management Professional (PgMP) certification is desired. Four years or more of project management experience is required; or four years or more of program management experience may be substituted.
  • Must possess general supervisory experience, supply management experience and transportation experience directly applicable to this effort. 
  • Must also have specific management experience in Theater-level asset management or Corps-level supply, maintenance or asset management, and a minimum eighteen (18) years of management experience in Army logistics operations. 
  • Must have experience with financial management and a working knowledge of Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS).  Additionally, the PM must understand ISO and quality management system program level functions.


LSInc is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and other protected characteristics

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