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Materials Coordinator

Job ID: 5882
The Space Dynamics Laboratory is looking for a Materials Coordinator to join our team in the Stock Room.

Key responsibilities include:
  • Coordinate the calibration services for the labs calibrated equipment with outside vendors including researching the best option of certified and approved vendors for new equipment
  • Work with internal teams for common stock material acquisition
  • Work directly with internal customers to assist in pulling parts and answering questions
  • Assist in the disposition of material owned by closed programs
  • Assist in the pulling of parts for assembly of electronics and cabling

At SDL, we take pride in and highly value our employees. SDL offers competitive salaries and a fantastic benefits package, including:
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Generous annual, sick, and holiday paid leave
  • A variety of inexpensive-premium, high-quality health, dental, vision, and life insurance options
  • Generous employer retirement contribution (Up to 14.2% of annual gross earnings)
  • Discounted USU tuition of 50% for employees and dependents
  • Access to USU facilities and USU staff privileges

Attributes and Skills required for the position: 
  • Must be self-motivated, possess good organizational skills, ability to pay attention to details, and have good professional interaction skills
  • Must have general computer skills, basic understanding of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to learn and adapt quickly
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize tasks to meet deadlines
  • Attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to lift 50 pounds
  • Understanding of Microsoft Office Suite
  • Must be a U.S. citizen and be able to obtain a U.S. Government Security Clearance
  • Proof of Covid-19 vaccination upon date of hire

SDL supports a variety of missions, including NASA’s vision to reveal the unknown for the benefit of humankind and the Department of Defense’s aim to protect our nation on the ground, in the air, and in space. Our sensors, satellites, software systems, and science and engineering play an essential role in some important missions you’ve heard of, and others that you haven’t.

EOE including Disability and Vet