Carter-Lambert Divisions

At CLD, we understand that it takes insightful senior leadership and managers with strong organizational and technical expertise, working with highly motivated teams of professionals to earn the trust of our customers.  CLD takes great prides in our commitment to both our customers and our employees.     

CLD's business expertise and support services span a range of solutions, services and geographical locations. CLD’s core capabilities in the areas of information systems security, systems integration & acceptance services, integrated technical services, database management services, and programming services put us in the vanguard of a rapidly changing technological environment.

Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist Level: IV GS Equivalent: 14 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Medical Countermeasures Systems (JPM MCS) Team: Staff Support Location: Ft. Detrick, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Chief Quality Officer Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required The contractor shall possess knowledge of quality assurance principles and practices as a function of a Quality Management System (QMS). The contractor shall possess knowledge of the relationship of QA to other activities (e.g., program management, contract administration, technical requirements, etc.). The contractor shall possess knowledge in Industry-accepted quality standards (i.e., International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 philosophy, regulations, and Industry technical data convention). The contractor shall possess expertise in reviewing requirements, specifications, and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the programs and processes to be certified. The contractor shall be capable of establishing effective interpersonal relationships, as well as an ability to communicate efficiently, both in writing and orally. The contractor shall possess comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to create documents, reports, and presentations. The contractor shall possess knowledge of QA methods, including statistical analysis and sampling techniques. The contractor shall possess knowledge of the relationship between QA and FDA regulations. The contractor shall possess demonstrated experience in conducting studies and investigations and root cause/problem analyses, and developing logical documented recommendations. The contractor shall possess, at minimum, a Lean Six Sigma green belt certification, or its equivalent.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall perform on-going quality oversight of organization operations including acquisition, contract, and business management support. The contractor shall perform the assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of program and process components. The contractor shall develop quality processes that meet user requirements.  The contractor shall establish quality goals and engineering approaches which are acquisition phase appropriate, realistic, and feasible in order to meet program cost, schedule, and performance parameters. The contractor shall develop resource-effective quality engineering plans and solutions, as well as innovative approaches to quality process implementation, from the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase to transition into Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) and Full-Rate Production (FRP), and within Industry-accepted standards and best public and private sector practices.  In addition, the contractor shall create and implement quality plans and checklists to support project goals. The contractor shall perform quality planning, quality control activities, and quality assurance audits and reviews.  The contractor shall review and provide comment to contractor quality program plans and documentation, conduct contractor quality audits (as necessary), and assure the delivered product conforms to the contractor’s Technical Data Package (TDP). The contractor shall validate results, report discrepancies, and follow through to ensure that all issues are resolved. The contractor shall provide guidance and instruction to others in performing quality assurance activities (e.g., maintaining quality records, performing quality audits, maintaining quality assurance standards, etc.) in order to meet evolving Industry and Government quality requirements. The contractor shall use approved quality metrics (e.g., process control limits, thresholds, root cause analysis) to evaluate vendor compliance with the requirements and specifications defined in acquisition contracts. The contractor shall coordinate (e.g., preparing and staffing agendas, etc.), participate in, and document (i.e., meeting minutes) project meetings.  The contractor shall prepare briefing materials. The contractor shall provide metrics on each program and conduct internal inspections, including data collection and creation of reports with the appropriate statistical methods. The contractor shall analyze and investigate quality trends or conditions, propose corrective actions when necessary, and monitor results to facilitate continuous process improvement. The contractor shall assist in the development and training of processes that ensure product quality.  The contractor shall perform document control functions (e.g., workflow initiation; tracking; processing; review; distribution; release and maintenance of SOPs, forms, and other quality documents; etc.) in the Livelink electronic document management system.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com                
Carter-Lambert Divisions Ft. Detrick, MD Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Medical Countermeasures Systems (JPM MCS) Team: Strategic Initiatives Office (SIO) Support Location: Ft. Detrick, MD - On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Document Control Specialist Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required The contractor shall possess knowledge of quality assurance principles and practices as a function of a Quality Management System (QMS). The contractor shall possess knowledge of the relationship of QA to other activities (e.g., program management, contract administration, technical requirements, etc.). The contractor shall possess knowledge in Industry-accepted quality standards (i.e., International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 philosophy, regulations, and Industry technical data convention). The contractor shall possess expertise in reviewing requirements, specifications, and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the programs and processes to be certified. The contractor shall be capable of establishing effective interpersonal relationships, as well as an ability to communicate efficiently, both in writing and orally. The contractor shall possess comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to create documents, reports, and presentations. The contractor shall possess a Lean Six Sigma green belt certification, or its equivalent. The contractor shall possess demonstrated experience in conducting studies, investigations, and root cause/problem analyses; and developing logical, documented recommendations. The contractor shall possess familiarity with the LiveLink document management system.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall perform on-going quality oversight of organization operations including acquisition, contract, and business management support. The contractor shall perform the assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of program and process components. The contractor shall develop quality processes that meet user requirements.  The contractor shall establish quality goals and engineering approaches which are acquisition phase appropriate, realistic, and feasible in order to meet program cost, schedule, and performance parameters. The contractor shall develop resource-effective quality engineering plans and solutions, as well as innovative approaches to quality process implementation, from the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase to transition into Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) and Full-Rate Production (FRP), and within Industry-accepted standards and best public and private sector practices.  In addition, the contractor shall create and implement quality plans and checklists to support project goals. The contractor shall perform quality planning, quality control activities, and quality assurance audits and reviews.  The contractor shall review and provide comment to contractor quality program plans and documentation, conduct contractor quality audits (as necessary), and assure the delivered product conforms to the contractor’s Technical Data Package (TDP). The contractor shall validate results, report discrepancies, and follow through to ensure that all issues are resolved. The contractor shall provide guidance and instruction to others in performing quality assurance activities (e.g., maintaining quality records, performing quality audits, maintaining quality assurance standards, etc.) in order to meet evolving Industry and Government quality requirements. The contractor shall use approved quality metrics (e.g., process control limits, thresholds, root cause analysis) to evaluate vendor compliance with the requirements and specifications defined in acquisition contracts. The contractor shall coordinate (e.g., preparing and staffing agendas, etc.), participate in, and document (i.e., meeting minutes) project meetings.  The contractor shall prepare briefing materials. The contractor shall perform QA document control functions, including document login, tracking, processing, review, distribution, release, and archiving of documents. The contractor shall provide and track training, facilitate continuous process improvement, and document corrective actions.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com                                                                          
Carter-Lambert Divisions Ft. Detrick, MD Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Contamination Avoidance (JPM NBC CA) Team: Biodefense Systems (BDS) Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Engineer (QA/QC) Clearance: Secret   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall perform on-going quality oversight of organization operations including acquisition, contract, and business management support. The contractor shall possess knowledge of quality assurance principles and practices as a function of a Quality Management System (QMS). The contractor shall possess knowledge of the relationship of QA to other activities (e.g., program management, contract administration, technical requirements, etc.). The contractor shall possess knowledge in Industry-accepted quality standards (i.e., International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 philosophy, regulations, and Industry technical data convention). The contractor shall possess the capability to review requirements, specifications, and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the programs and processes to be certified. The contractor shall be capable of establishing effective interpersonal relationships, as well as an ability to communicate efficiently, both in writing and orally. The contractor shall possess comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to create documents, reports, and presentations. The contractor shall perform the assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of program and process components. The contractor shall develop quality processes that meet user requirements.  The contractor shall establish quality goals and engineering approaches which are acquisition phase appropriate, realistic, and feasible in order to meet program cost, schedule, and performance parameters. The contractor shall develop resource-effective quality engineering plans and solutions, as well as innovative approaches to quality process implementation, from the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase to transition into Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) and Full-Rate Production (FRP), and within Industry-accepted standards and best public and private sector practices.  In addition, the contractor shall create and implement quality plans and checklists to support project goals. The contractor shall perform quality planning, quality control activities, and quality assurance audits and reviews.  The contractor shall review and provide comment to contractor quality program plans and documentation, conduct contractor quality audits (as necessary), and assure the delivered product conforms to the contractor’s Technical Data Package (TDP). The contractor shall validate results, report discrepancies, and follow through to ensure that all issues are resolved. The contractor shall provide guidance and instruction to others in performing quality assurance activities (e.g., maintaining quality records, performing quality audits, maintaining quality assurance standards, etc.) in order to meet evolving Industry and Government quality requirements. The contractor shall use approved quality metrics (e.g., process control limits, thresholds, root cause analysis) to evaluate vendor compliance with the requirements and specifications defined in acquisition contracts. The contractor shall coordinate (e.g., preparing and staffing agendas, etc.), participate in, and document (i.e., meeting minutes) project meetings.  The contractor shall coordinate program-related activities with the JBTDS team, multiple Government agencies, user representatives, the JBTDS Prime contractor, and other private sector customers/partners/contractors. The contractor shall coordinate and communicate with DCMA to plan, manage, execute, and monitor the program and the Prime contractor’s hardware and software quality management, control, assurance, and compliance efforts. The contractor shall actively monitor the JBTDS Prime contractor’s quality programs in coordination with DCMA to support QA. The contractor shall participate in JBTDS inspection and testing activities and perform product acceptance. The contractor shall actively participate on Government and contractor configuration control boards, failure review boards, and corrective action activities.  The contractor shall review ECPs, determine the appropriate course of action, and submit requests for deviation/waiver.  The contractor shall assist in activities related to requirements development and preparation of program documentation, PSpecs, contract SOWs, and contract modifications. The contractor shall assist in managing contractor performance by providing effective and timely input to the Government’s lead Systems Engineer, PM, and COR, with a goal of meeting the Government’s contractual and performance requirements. LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Contamination Avoidance (JPM NBC CA) Team: Biodefense Systems (BDS) Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Engineer (QA/QC) Clearance: Secret   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall perform on-going quality oversight of organization operations including acquisition, contract, and business management support. The contractor shall possess knowledge of quality assurance principles and practices as a function of a Quality Management System (QMS). The contractor shall possess knowledge of the relationship of QA to other activities (e.g., program management, contract administration, technical requirements, etc.). The contractor shall possess knowledge in Industry-accepted quality standards (i.e., International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 philosophy, regulations, and Industry technical data convention). The contractor shall possess the capability to review requirements, specifications, and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the programs and processes to be certified. The contractor shall be capable of establishing effective interpersonal relationships, as well as an ability to communicate efficiently, both in writing and orally. The contractor shall possess comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to create documents, reports, and presentations. The contractor shall perform the assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of program and process components. The contractor shall develop quality processes that meet user requirements.  The contractor shall establish quality goals and engineering approaches which are acquisition phase appropriate, realistic, and feasible in order to meet program cost, schedule, and performance parameters. The contractor shall develop resource-effective quality engineering plans and solutions, as well as innovative approaches to quality process implementation, from the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase to transition into Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) and Full-Rate Production (FRP), and within Industry-accepted standards and best public and private sector practices.  In addition, the contractor shall create and implement quality plans and checklists to support project goals. The contractor shall perform quality planning, quality control activities, and quality assurance audits and reviews.  The contractor shall review and provide comment to contractor quality program plans and documentation, conduct contractor quality audits (as necessary), and assure the delivered product conforms to the contractor’s Technical Data Package (TDP). The contractor shall validate results, report discrepancies, and follow through to ensure that all issues are resolved. The contractor shall provide guidance and instruction to others in performing quality assurance activities (e.g., maintaining quality records, performing quality audits, maintaining quality assurance standards, etc.) in order to meet evolving Industry and Government quality requirements. The contractor shall use approved quality metrics (e.g., process control limits, thresholds, root cause analysis) to evaluate vendor compliance with the requirements and specifications defined in acquisition contracts. The contractor shall coordinate (e.g., preparing and staffing agendas, etc.), participate in, and document (i.e., meeting minutes) project meetings.  The contractor shall coordinate program-related activities with the JBTDS team, multiple Government agencies, user representatives, the JBTDS Prime contractor, and other private sector customers/partners/contractors. The contractor shall coordinate and communicate with DCMA to plan, manage, execute, and monitor the program and the Prime contractor’s hardware and software quality management, control, assurance, and compliance efforts. The contractor shall actively monitor the JBTDS Prime contractor’s quality programs in coordination with DCMA to support QA. The contractor shall participate in JBTDS inspection and testing activities and perform product acceptance. The contractor shall actively participate on Government and contractor configuration control boards, failure review boards, and corrective action activities.  The contractor shall review ECPs, determine the appropriate course of action, and submit requests for deviation/waiver.  The contractor shall assist in activities related to requirements development and preparation of program documentation, PSpecs, contract SOWs, and contract modifications. The contractor shall assist in managing contractor performance by providing effective and timely input to the Government’s lead Systems Engineer, PM, and COR, with a goal of meeting the Government’s contractual and performance requirements. Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com            
Carter-Lambert Divisions Edgewood, MD Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Enterprise Fielding and Surveillance (JEFS) Team: Staff Support Location: Albany, GA – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Process Documentation and Improvement Specialist Clearance: Public Trust   Experience and/or Certifications Five (5) to seven (7) years quality and audit experience.   Performance Based Tasks Required Provide quality assurance oversight and support to JEFS Directorate and plan, organize, and conduct such quality assurance activities relating to Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) compliance. Serve as the representative on the FIAR compliance. Assist in developing and maintaining a Quality Management Plan that documents management and operational policies and procedures to ensure work processes, products, or services satisfy expectations and quality standards. Develop processes and procedures in accordance with guidelines to maintain accreditation statuses, quality continuum, etc. Administer effective quality assurance surveillance plans, focusing on surveillance pertaining to contractor-performed operations, risk-based assessments, and audit of products and processes to resolve quality problems. Establish communications with government and contractor management, including functional managers early in the support process to ensure an understanding exists for acceptable quality. Monitor quality assurance at both private contractor and Government sites. Analyze data to assess the quality status of processes and functions. Conduct internal and external quality audits. Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com                                      
Carter-Lambert Divisions Albany, GA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: IV GS Equivalent: 14/15 Requiring Office: Joint Project Management Information Systems (JPM IS) Team: Staff Support Location: San Diego, CA – On-site; Panama City, FL – Off-site # of FTEs: 2 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required The contractor shall plan and manage cost and performance across the product support value chain, from design through disposal. The contractor shall Identify, plan, resource, and implement maintenance concepts and requirements to ensure the best possible equipment/capability is available when the Warfighter needs it at the lowest possible Total Ownership Cost (TOC). The contractor shall participate in and leverage the systems engineering process to impact the design from its inception throughout the life cycle, facilitating supportability to maximize the availability, effectiveness and capability of the system at the lowest TOC. The contractor shall be capable of supporting in-service systems in their operational environments. The contractor shall identify, plan, resource and implement management actions to develop and acquire information to operate, install, maintain, and train on the equipment to maximize its effectiveness and availability; effectively catalog and acquire spare/repair parts, support equipment, and all classes of supply; define the configuration baseline of the system (hardware and software) to effectively support the Warfighter with the best capability at the time it is needed. The contractor shall Identify, plan, resource, and acquire facilities, hardware, software, documentation, manpower and personnel necessary for planning and management of mission critical computer hardware and software systems. The contractor shall coordinate and implement agreements necessary to manage technical interfaces, and to manage work performed by maintenance activities. Establish and update plans for periodic test and certification activities required throughout the life cycle. The contractor shall possess expertise in life-cycle logistics support planning and implementation, as well as the material acquisition program life cycle process In Accordance With (IAW) the Defense Acquisition Process. The contractor shall possess expertise in logistic support analyses, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) plans, and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall possess senior level interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to assess and clearly communicate technical and project risk. The contractor shall possess expertise and experience within Defense Acquisition Process to include Department of Defense (DoD) fielding and deployment liaison support activities for software and hardware products. The contractor shall be proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite to include Visio.     Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall develop the ILS elements for total life-cycle management. The contractor shall track the logistics critical path throughout the program’s life cycle to ensure the system and sustainment plan meet the requirements of material availability, reliability, and operations/support cost affordability. The contractor shall develop the individual tasks required to demonstrate system availability and maintainability during a logistics demonstration. The contractor shall coordinate the logistics efforts required to support critical path events (i.e., Joint Independent Logistics Assessments (JILAs), user feedback events, operational test events, logistics demonstrations, and Instructor and Key Personnel Training (I&KPT) events. The contractor shall review and provide comments to acquisition and program management documents pertaining to logistics and sustainment. The contractor shall develop, update, and maintain all logistics documentation, program strategies, and plans IAW Defense Acquisition Process guidelines. The contractor shall participate in Program Status Reviews (PSRs), Program Management Reviews (PMRs), and Sustainment Integrated Process Teams (SIPTs) for all services and various other Integrated Product Team (IPT) meetings. The contractor shall coordinate and facilitate Sustainment IPT meetings with each of the Services to ensure sustainment plans have been properly vetted and executed with each Service’s concurrence and support. The contractor shall develop the program’s logistics requirements funding summaries and support the development of the Program Management's Life Cycle Cost Estimate (PM LCCEs). The contractor shall track the software development and Command and Control (C2) system integration schedules to ensure all requirements are met to deploy program products in accordance with the Services’ C2 system fielding plans. The contractor shall ensure all support documentation is current and has been validated and verified prior to fielding or posting to the Joint Acquisition Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Knowledge System (JACKS) website. The contractor may be required to travel up to 50% total time.  This may be 75% Continental United States (CONUS), 25% Outside Continental United States (OCONUS).    Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com
Carter-Lambert Divisions San Diego, CA Panama City, FL Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: United States Air Force (USAF) Team: Staff Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 2 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall execute the Air Force processes associated with the 12 Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) elements and incorporate results into appropriate acquisition documentation. The contractor shall perform Joint Integrated Logistics As, as required, in accordance with the roles and responsibilities outlined in Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, nuclear Defense (JPEO-CBRND) policy #34. The contractor shall perform analysis (e.g., level of repair analysis, maintenance analysis, etc.). The contractor shall review and provide comments to deliverables from the material development contract (e.g., system developer progress status and management reports, Failure Report and Corrective Action (FRACA), Hazardous Materials Management Plan (HMMP) report, test reports, logistics information summaries, provisioning technical data, Manpower and Personnel Integration (MANPRINT), technical manual validation reports, technical manuals training support packages, corrosion prevention and control plans, Engineering Change Proposals (ECP), Materiel Fielding Plans (MFP), Human Systems Integration (HSI) documentation, etc.) The contractor shall provide a consolidated logistics schedule, to include a schedule for each program within a given portfolio, and update the schedule on a monthly basis. The contractor shall plan, coordinate, and execute formal manual validation and verification events for each program as required based on schedule and established milestones. The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, Integrated Product Teams (IPT), In-Process Reviews (IPR), and required program updates for the material development contract. The contractor shall provide logistics input into program documentation (e.g., Life Cycle Cost Estimate (LCCE), Life Cycle Management Plan (LCMP), Test and Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP), Systems Engineering Plan (SEP), etc.) The contractor shall provide logistics requirements for the assigned program’s Requirements Traceability Matrix RTM and Risk Management Plan (RMP), updating the documents as necessary.  The contractor shall develop, update, and maintain program strategies and plans (e.g., supportability strategies, Life Cycle Management Plan (LCSP), New Equipment Training (NET) plans, training plans, Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) and obsolescence plans, etc.) for all programs The contractor shall provide logistics requirements for Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP). The contractor shall analyze logistics processes to determine which processes require change and how that change can be affected by the application of emerging technology.  The contractor shall provide recommendations about logistical issues to leadership. The contractor shall manage the drafting and staffing of logistics documentation for the Joint Project Manager (JPM) and United States Air Force (USAF). The contractor shall develop, establish, implement, and maintain plans, schedules, controls, instructions, and procedures. The contractor shall generate progress reports and other logistics tracking information related to programs. The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices as the program         proceeds through its acquisition life cycle. The contractor shall plan, manage, coordinate, monitor, and ensure that logistics issues and         concerns are appropriately and adequately addressed: The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues. The contractor shall plan and execute logistics support element strategy and activities. The contractor shall develop/update and execute the LCSP. The contractor shall ensure program compliance with logistics regulations and policies. The contractor shall prepare/maintain logistics documentation. The contractor shall provide Configuration Control Board (CCB) input. The contractor shall support design/program reviews.  The contractor shall ensure logistics are considered in requirements, design, integration, and T&E events.  The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities.  The contractor shall represent and coordinate issues with respective component/organization.  The contractor shall actively participate in ILS meetings scope/boundaries of IPT responsibilities.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com      
Carter-Lambert Divisions Edgewood, MD Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Protection (JPM P) Team: Contaminated Human Remains System (CHRS) / Mass Personnel Decontamination (MPD) Support Location: Stafford, VA – Off-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: DAU Level III certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost. Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall use and provide the full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support and planning process that includes the following factors: Program data and documentation requirements Acquisition and development processes Acquisition streamlining Systems integration Fiscal matters Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance Design Test and evaluation Production readiness Operational deployment Reliability and maintainability Total quality management The contractor shall use the DoDI 5000 process for acquisition systems, particularly in the process areas pertaining to acquisition logistics. The contractor shall use logistics support analysis, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall provide integrated product support management, leading and conducting logistics management tasks. The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices and complies with logistics regulations and policies as it proceeds through the acquisition life cycle. The contractor shall lead logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition efforts. The contractor shall develop, implement, update, and maintain logistics concepts, plans, and strategies. The contractor shall develop and maintain logistics documentation in support of the program. The contractor shall provide logistics input, review, and provide comments to acquisition and product support management documents. The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues, and mitigation. The contractor shall report failures (i.e., incomplete, missing, or unacceptable logistics deliverables and schedule delays) to leadership. The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities. The contractor shall provide recommendations about logistical issues to leadership. The contractor shall represent and coordinate issues with appropriate stakeholders. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts with stakeholders, the test community, and outside Government oversight agencies to facilitate and resolve complex logistics issues. The contractor shall participate in established logistics Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) consisting of a diverse background of subject matter conversant. The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, In-Process Reviews (IPRs), design reviews, and required program updates for the material development contract. The contractor shall respond to logistics inquiries and tasks.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com          
Carter-Lambert Divisions Stafford, VA, USA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Protection (JPM P) Team: Product Support Management (PSM) Staff Support Location: Stafford, VA – Off-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: DAU Level III certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost. Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall use and provide the full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support and planning process that includes the following factors: Program data and documentation requirements Acquisition and development processes Acquisition streamlining Systems integration Fiscal matters Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance Design Test and evaluation Production readiness Operational deployment Reliability and maintainability Total quality management The contractor shall use the DoDI 5000 process for acquisition systems, particularly in the process areas pertaining to acquisition logistics. The contractor shall use logistics support analysis, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall provide integrated product support management, leading and conducting logistics management tasks as necessary. The contractor shall provide full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support. The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices and complies with logistics regulations and policies as it proceeds through the acquisition life cycle. The contractor shall lead logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition efforts. The contractor shall develop, implement, update, and maintain logistics concepts, plans, and strategies. The contractor shall develop and maintain all logistics documentation in support of the program. The contractor shall provide logistics input, review, and provide comments to acquisition and product support management documents. The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues, performing mitigation as necessary. The contractor shall report failures (i.e., incomplete, missing, or unacceptable logistics deliverables and schedule delays) to leadership. The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities. The contractor shall provide recommendations about logistical issues to leadership. The contractor shall represent and coordinate issues with appropriate stakeholders. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts with stakeholders, the test community, and outside Government oversight agencies to facilitate and resolve complex logistics issues. The contractor shall participate in an established logistics IPT consisting of a diverse background of subject matter conversant. The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, In-Process Reviews (IPRs), design reviews, and required program updates for the material development contract. The contractor shall respond to logistics inquiries and tasks. The contractor shall work, in conjunction with functional leads, to construct and periodically update a logistics Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for assigned programs. The contractor shall develop a logistics IPT, via charter, comprised of a Service stakeholder, specific logistics expertise from required logistics elements, Government and contractor representatives, and functional program team members (i.e., systems engineering and test and evaluation), and update membership when necessary. The contractor shall develop logistics sub-IPTs for specific logistics elements. The contractor shall chair the logistics IPT and provide meeting notifications, agendas, and meeting minutes for each IPT and sub-IPT. Sub-IPT responsibilities may be delegated to a sub-IPT chair, but ultimate responsibility will lie with the contractor for successful completion. The contractor shall perform Joint Integrated Logistics Assessments (JILAs) in accordance with the roles and responsibilities outlined in JPEO-CBRND policy #34. The contractor shall provide logistics requirements for the assigned program’s Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) and Risk Management Plan (RMP), and update the documents periodically. The contractor shall perform analyses (e.g., Level Of Repair Analysis (LORA), maintenance analysis, etc.). The contractor shall review and provide comments to deliverables from the material development contract (e.g., system developer progress status and management reports, Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS), Hazardous Material Management Program (HMMP) report, test reports, logistics information summaries, provisioning technical data, Manpower and Personnel Integration (MANPRINT), Technical Manual validation reports, TM training support packages, corrosion prevention and control plans, Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs), Human Systems Integration (HIS) documentation, etc.). The contractor shall translate program logistics requirements into language for a Performance Specification (PSpec), Statement of Work (SOW), and associated Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) for materiel solution solicitation. The contractor shall research and prepare responses to taskers and portfolio inquiries from the Joint Acquisition CBRN Knowledge System (JACKS) - CBRN -Information Resource Center (CBRN- IRC ) Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com
Carter-Lambert Divisions Stafford, VA, USA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Protection (JPM P) Team: Product Support Management (PSM), Contaminated Human Remains System (CHRS) Support Location: Stafford, VA – Off-site # of FTEs: 2 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: DAU Level III certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost. Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall use and provide the full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support and planning process that includes the following factors: Program data and documentation requirements Acquisition and development processes Acquisition streamlining Systems integration Fiscal matters Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance Design Test and evaluation Production readiness Operational deployment Reliability and maintainability Total quality management The contractor shall use the DoDI 5000 process for acquisition systems, particularly in the process areas pertaining to acquisition logistics. The contractor shall use logistics support analysis, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall provide integrated product support management, leading and conducting logistics management tasks as necessary. The contractor shall provide full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support. The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices and complies with logistics regulations and policies as it proceeds through the acquisition life cycle. The contractor shall lead logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition efforts. The contractor shall develop, implement, update, and maintain logistics concepts, plans, and strategies. The contractor shall develop and maintain all logistics documentation in support of the program. The contractor shall provide logistics input, review, and provide comments to acquisition and product support management documents. The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues, performing mitigation as necessary. The contractor shall report failures (i.e., incomplete, missing, or unacceptable logistics deliverables and schedule delays) to leadership. The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities. The contractor shall provide recommendations about logistical issues to leadership. The contractor shall represent and coordinate issues with appropriate stakeholders. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts with stakeholders, the test community, and outside Government oversight agencies to facilitate and resolve complex logistics issues. The contractor shall participate in an established logistics IPT consisting of a diverse background of subject matter conversant. The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, In-Process Reviews (IPRs), design reviews, and required program updates for the material development contract. The contractor shall respond to logistics inquiries and tasks. The contractor shall work in conjunction with functional leads to construct a logistics Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) for the assigned program, updating it as necessary. The contractor shall form a Logistics IPT, via charter, comprised of a Service stakeholder, specific logistics expertise from required logistics elements, Government and contractor representatives, and functional program team members (i.e., systems engineering and test and evaluation). The contractor shall update membership as necessary. The contractor shall form logistics sub-IPTs for specific logistics elements. The contractor shall chair the Logistics IPT and provide meeting notifications, agendas, and meeting minutes for each IPT and sub-IPT. Sub-IPT responsibilities may be delegated to a sub-IPT chair, but ultimate responsibility lies with the contractor for successful completion. The contractor shall perform Joint Independent Logistics Assessments (JILAs), as required, in accordance with the roles and responsibilities outlined in JPEO-CBRND policy #34. The contractor shall provide logistics requirements for the assigned program’s Requirements Traceability Matrix (RTM) and Risk Management Plan (RMP), and maintain their currency.  The contractor shall perform analyses (e.g., maintenance analysis, etc.). The contractor shall review and provide comments to deliverables from the material development contract (e.g., system developer progress status and management reports, Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS), Hazardous Material Management Program (HMMP) report, test reports, logistics information summaries, provisioning technical data, Manpower and Personnel Integration (MANPRINT), Technical Manual validation reports, TM training support packages, corrosion prevention and control plans, Engineering Change Proposals (ECPs), Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs), Human Systems Integration (HIS) documentation, etc.). The contractor shall translate program logistics requirements into language for a Performance Specification (PSpec), Statements of Work (SOWs), and associated Contract Data Requirements Lists (CDRLs) for material solution solicitation and update them as necessary. The contractor shall research and respond to assigned portfolio Joint Acquisition CBRN Knowledge System (JACKS) - CBRN -Information Resource Center (CBRN- IRC )   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com  
Carter-Lambert Divisions Stafford, VA, USA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Medical Countermeasures Systems (JPM MCS) Team: Bio-Defense Therapeutics (BDTx) Support Location: Ft. Detrick, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Logistics Analyst Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Possess 10 years’ experience in Acquisition Lifecycle Logistics. The contractor shall possess knowledge of the full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support and planning process, to include the following factors: Program data and documentation requirements Acquisition and development processes Acquisition streamlining Systems integration Fiscal matters Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance Design Test and evaluation Production readiness Operational deployment/Fielding Sustainment Support Reliability and maintainability Total quality management The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of the DoDI 5000 process for acquisition systems, particularly in the process areas pertaining to acquisition logistics. The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of logistics support analysis, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall possess experience participating in logistics IPTs consisting of a diverse background of subject matter experts. The contractor shall be capable of applying logistical support methods, processes, and policies to medical product development.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall develop logistics concepts to support the development, acquisition, testing, product improvement, and fielding of CBRN medical defense systems in accordance with DoD and FDA guidance to ensure operational readiness, supportability, and maintainability are accomplished prior to fielding and throughout the life cycle. The contractor shall provide logistical analyses to assist in identifying, recommending, and incorporating logistics requirements into the Acquisitions documents (i.e., Lifecycle Management Plan/Acquisition Strategy, Joint Test and Evaluation Master Plan, acquisition contracts) as well as writing Lifecycle Sustainment Plans and Materiel Fielding and Implementation Plans. The contractor shall coordinate submission of the multiple logistics actions and documentation (i.e., assignment of NSNs, CLINs, and BOIPs; and type classifications and materiel releases) required to formally place products on authorization documentation and in DoD supply chain systems. The contractor shall conduct property accountability oversight of GFE/GFM in possession of contractors with DCMA.  In addition, the contractor shall conduct ad hoc inventory of GFE/GFM.                                                  
Carter-Lambert Divisions Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD, USA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Headquarters, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological Radiological Nuclear Defense (HQ, JPEO-CBRND) Team: Experimentation (EXP) Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Lead Program Acquisition Logistician Clearance: Secret    Experience and/or Certifications Required The contractor shall possess 8 years of experience demonstrating knowledge of the full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support and planning process, to include the following factors: Program data and documentation requirements Acquisition and development processes Acquisition streamlining Systems integration Fiscal matters Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance Design Test and evaluation Production readiness Operational deployment Reliability and maintainability Total quality management The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of the DoDI 5000.02 process for acquisition systems, particularly in the process areas pertaining to acquisition logistics. The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of logistics support analysis, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall possess experience participating in logistics IPTs consisting of a diverse background of subject matter experts. Preferred: Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Level III certification, or its equivalent, in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall provide integrated product support management, leading and conducting logistics management tasks as necessary. The contractor shall provide full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support. The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices and complies with logistics regulations and policies as it proceeds through the acquisition life cycle. The contractor shall lead logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition efforts. The contractor shall develop, implement, update, and maintain logistics concepts, plans, and strategies. The contractor shall develop and maintain all logistics documentation in support of the program. The contractor shall provide logistics input, review, and provide comments to acquisition and product support management documents. The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues, performing mitigation as necessary. The contractor shall report failures (i.e., incomplete, missing, or unacceptable logistics deliverables and schedule delays) to leadership. The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities. The contractor shall provide recommendations about logistical issues to leadership. The contractor shall represent and coordinate issues with appropriate stakeholders. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts with stakeholders, the test community, and outside Government oversight agencies to facilitate and resolve complex logistics issues. The contractor shall participate in an established logistics IPT consisting of a diverse background of subject matter experts. The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, In-Process Reviews (IPRs), design reviews, and required program updates for the material development contract. The contractor shall respond to logistics inquiries and tasks. The contractor shall lead an established logistics IPT leading to equipment fieldings in foreign Areas of Responsibility (AoRs). The contractor shall assist in the development and execution of training plans from a diverse number and type of systems required as part of JUPITR systems engineering.  The contractor shall assist in the development of the site-specific Integrated Early Warning – Defense of Bases, Stations and Installations (IEW-DBSI) concepts of employment.  The contractor shall assist in the development of Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) plans and reports and implementation of COAs based on data.  The contractor shall facilitate information exchanges with logisticians across the Enterprise. The contractor shall coordinate training and development for logisticians across the Enterprise. Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com            
Carter-Lambert Divisions Edgewood, MD Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: II GS Equivalent: 9 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Protection (JPM P) Team:  Joint Product Lead Special Operations Forces Rapid Capability Development & Deployment (JPL SOF RCDD) Support Location: Stafford, VA - Off-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: DAU Level II certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall provide product support (e.g., training product development, logistic demonstrations, manual validation and verification, Instructor/Key Personnel Training (IKPT), task demonstrations, warfighter working groups, user assessment, stakeholder liaison activities, etc.) for the logistics, deployment, and training of the program. The contractor shall develop and implement programmatic logistic systems to collect, maintain, and analyze data. The contractor shall generate progress reports and other logistics tracking information related to the program. The contractor shall develop and provide a monthly update to the consolidated logistics schedule. The contractor shall attend program level logistics IPT meetings to maintain awareness of program issues and to develop a greater understanding of the program. The contractor shall research and prepare responses to taskers and portfolio inquiries from the Joint Acquisition CBRN Knowledge System (JACKS) - CBRN -Information Resource Center (CBRN- IRC ) The contractor shall, in conjunction with program logisticians, identify risks and issues; research appropriate DoD logistics guidance, regulations, statutes, or best business practices; and develop alternative courses of action to address the risks and issues. The contractor shall update information for portfolio reviews and provide informational briefs. The contractor shall coordinate logistics requirements with appropriate agencies to support the fielding and life cycle sustainment of the program. The contractor shall review and provide logistics recommendations/suggestions to all slides and attend portfolio reviews for situational awareness. The contractor shall review and comment on Joint and Service logistics training and fielding plans. The contractor shall develop a list of required logistics documents for the program, to include projected need dates for each document. The contractor shall compile templates for required logistics documentation, maintain a list of required documents, identify projected need dates for each document, and submit reports when complete.   LCAT: Program Logistician  Level: III GS Equivalent: 13   Requiring Office: Headquarters, Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical, Biological Radiological Nuclear Defense (HQ, JPEO-CBRND) Team: Product Support Manger (PSM) Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Logistics Analyst Clearance: Secret             Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: DAWIA Level I certification in Logistics or an equivalent certification is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost. The contractor shall possess knowledge of the full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support and planning process, to include the following factors: Program data and documentation requirements Acquisition and development processes Acquisition streamlining Life Cycle Logistics Sustainment Property accountability Systems integration Program Planning Budgeting and Execution (PPBE) Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance Design Test and evaluation Operational Readiness, Operational deployment Reliability and maintainability The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of the DoDI 5000.02 process for acquisition systems, particularly in the process areas pertaining to acquisition logistics. The contractor shall possess a working knowledge of logistics support analysis, Integrated Product Support (IPS), and Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs). The contractor shall possess experience participating in logistics IPTs consisting of a diverse background of subject matter experts.   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall provide integrated product support management, leading and conducting logistics management tasks as necessary. The contractor shall provide full life-cycle acquisition program logistics support. The contractor shall ensure that the program abides by good logistics practices and complies with logistics regulations and policies as it proceeds through the acquisition life cycle. The contractor shall lead logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition efforts. The contractor shall develop, implement, update, and maintain logistics concepts, plans, and strategies. The contractor shall provide logistics input, review, and provide comments to acquisition and product support management documents. The contractor shall identify and manage logistics engineering risks and issues, performing mitigation as necessary. The contractor shall report failures (i.e., incomplete, missing, or unacceptable logistics deliverables and schedule delays) to leadership. The contractor shall examine, monitor, review, and evaluate recurring logistics element issues for corrective action and team member responsibilities. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts with stakeholders, the test community, and outside Government oversight agencies to facilitate and resolve complex logistics issues. The contractor shall participate in an established logistics IPT consisting of a diverse background of subject matter experts. The contractor shall participate and provide input to program functional milestone decisions, In-Process Reviews (IPRs), design reviews, and required program updates for the material development contract. The contractor shall develop SOPs for the conduct and coordination of a JLAC meeting.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com              
Carter-Lambert Divisions Stafford, VA, USA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: II GS Equivalent: 9 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Protection (JPM P) Team: PSM Staff Support Location: Stafford, VA - On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Logistics Analyst Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Preferred: DAU Level III certification in Life Cycle Logistics is desired. DAU courses will be at Government cost; however, travel costs (ex: Per Diem, lodging, mileage) will not be at Government cost. The contractor shall attain certification for the following systems within 90 days of assignment, and shall maintain current in each, at Government cost. Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) Logistics Modernization Program (LMP) Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP) Army Equipping Enterprise System (AE2S) Web Federal Logistics Information System (WEBFLIS) Decision Support Tool (DST) Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall assist the Property Book Officer (PBO) with property accountability actions that include maintaining asset visibility; data cleanup, update Accountable Property System of Record (APSR), and equipment transfers. The contractor shall attend trainings/meetings, conduct briefings, and workshops pertaining to property accountability. The contractor shall assist the PBO with annual, installation, change of command and special inventories, and prepare/submit reports with the findings. The contractor shall provide assistance with reconciling hand receipts, cataloging property, maintaining property book records, managing inventories, lateral transfers, and the management of excess property. The contractor shall use and apply Army Regulations: AR 710-2, Supply Policy Below the National Level and AR 735-5, Property Accountability Policies. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate/recommend sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition effort. The contractor shall conduct property accountability oversight of Government Furnished Property/Government Furnished Material (GFP/GFM) in possession of contractors with DCMA.  In addition, the contractor shall conduct ad hoc inventory of GFP/GFM. The contractor shall conduct logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts to facilitate and resolve complex logistical issues. The contractor shall attend the Army Audit Readiness Trainings and meetings scheduled throughout the course of the year. Army Audit Readiness Trainings and meetings provide the PBOs an opportunity for direct feedback on audit procedures and work products provided by the JPM P.  If the contractor is unable to attend, the JPM P PBO will review work products with the contractor one week prior to the trainings to convey the current status of on-going projects. The contractor shall attend working level Integrated Product Teams (IPTs).  The contractor shall attend the Property Accountability IPT on a monthly basis. The contractor shall provide input to Existence & Completeness (E&C) Audit integrated master schedule (IMS) in conjunction with PBO and updates The contractor shall enter required data into appropriate Automated Information Technology (AIT) Systems within 1 to 5 business days of receipt by email from the PBO and shall maintain current data.  The contractor shall notify the PBO by email of all data entry errors immediately upon discovery. The contractor shall perform corrective action on identified deficiencies found during reconciliation and correct within 1 to 5 business days. The contractor shall provide assistance with physical inventory and perform corrective action to identified deficiencies found during reconciliation. The contractor shall capture complete data for all physical inventory items including nomenclature, national stock number, serial number, and any other field specified The contractor shall participate in In-Process Reviews (IPRs), and program updates . The contractor shall participate in all scheduled reviews and updates where at least two weeks’ notice is given unless written notification is provided that the contractor cannot attend. The contractor shall provide input in the form of complete and accurate briefing slides or updated documentation.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com          
Carter-Lambert Divisions Stafford, VA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: II GS Equivalent: 9 Requiring Office: Joint Enterprise Fielding and Surveillance (JEFS) Team: Staff Support Location: Albany, GA – On-site # of FTEs: 2 Sub-Title: Logistics Analyst Clearance: Public Trust   Experience and/or Certifications Required Three (3) to five (5) years CBRND or relevant experience.   Performance Based Tasks Required Provides logistics management and analytical support for the JEFS. Plan and coordinate the logistical actions required to support JEFS projects. Provides support to higher-level Logisticians. Adheres to DoD Acquisition and Life-cycle Management policies and procedures. Assists with the development and staffing of logistics documents (e.g. Life Cycle Sustainment Plans, Maintenance Plans, Fielding Plans, In-Service Management Plans, etc.). Assists in conducting logistics analyses (e.g. supportability analysis, Level of Repair Analysis, risk assessments, RAM-C analyses, Business Case Analyses, etc.). Assists in developing and coordinating reports. Develops conference or meeting agendas and minutes. Tracks action items: Modernization Program (LMP) Army Enterprise Systems Integration Program (AESIP) Army Equipping Enterprise System (AE2S) Web Federal Logistics Information System (WEBFLIS) Decision Support Tool (DST) Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall assist the Property Book Officer (PBO) with property accountability actions that include maintaining asset visibility; data cleanup, update Accountable Property System of Record (APSR), and equipment transfers. The contractor shall attend trainings/meetings, conduct briefings, and workshops pertaining to property accountability. The contractor shall assist the PBO with annual, installation, change of command and special inventories, and prepare/submit reports with the findings. The contractor shall provide assistance with reconciling hand receipts, cataloging property, maintaining property book records, managing inventories, lateral transfers, and the management of excess property. The contractor shall use and apply Army Regulations: AR 710-2, Supply Policy Below the National Level and AR 735-5, Property Accountability Policies. The contractor shall develop, analyze, and validate/recommend sustainment elements and supportability requirements for acquisition effort. The contractor shall conduct property accountability oversight of Government Furnished Property/Government Furnished Material (GFP/GFM) in possession of contractors with DCMA.  In addition, the contractor shall conduct ad hoc inventory of GFP/GFM. The contractor shall conduct logistical analyses to identify, define, and document acquisition program integrated product support requirements. The contractor shall interface and coordinate supportability efforts to facilitate and resolve complex logistical issues. The contractor shall attend the Army Audit Readiness Trainings and meetings scheduled throughout the course of the year. Army Audit Readiness Trainings and meetings provide the PBOs an opportunity for direct feedback on audit procedures and work products provided by the JPM P.  If the contractor is unable to attend, the JPM P PBO will review work products with the contractor one week prior to the trainings to convey the current status of on-going projects. The contractor shall attend working level Integrated Product Teams (IPTs).  The contractor shall attend the Property Accountability IPT on a monthly basis. The contractor shall provide input to Existence &Completeness (E&C) Audit integrated master schedule (IMS) in conjunction with PBO and updates The contractor shall enter required data into appropriate Automated Information Technology (AIT) Systems within 1 to 5 business days of receipt by email from the PBO and shall maintain current data.  The contractor shall notify the PBO by email of all data entry errors immediately upon discovery. The contractor shall perform corrective action on identified deficiencies found during reconciliation and correct within 1 to 5 business days. The contractor shall provide assistance with physical inventory and perform corrective action to identified deficiencies found during reconciliation. The contractor shall capture complete data for all physical inventory items including nomenclature, national stock number, serial number, and any other field specified The contractor shall participate in In-Process Reviews (IPRs), and program updates . The contractor shall participate in all scheduled reviews and updates where at least two weeks’ notice is given unless written notification is provided that the contractor cannot attend. The contractor shall provide input in the form of complete and accurate briefing slides or updated documentation.   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com                                    
Carter-Lambert Divisions Albany, GA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Logistics Management Specialist Level: IV GS Equivalent: 14 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Guardian (JPM G) Team: Analytics and Response Systems (A&RS) Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: Senior Logistics Manager Clearance: Secret   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall analyze the acquisition planning and life cycle management of multiple programs. The contractor shall serve as the logistics lead and analyze the acquisition planning and life cycle management for Joint Product Manager (JPdM) CBRNE A&RS projects Defense CBRNE Response Force (DCRF) (Active Component), Command and Control CBRNE -Army (United States Army Reserve Command (SARC) (C2CRE), Command and Control CBRNE National Guard (C2CRE-B) The contractor shall coordinate the preparation of logistics, supportability, personnel, and training portions of system acquisition plans, new material release documents, Material Fielding Plans (MFPs), and system transition plans. The contractor shall provide support to United States Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), United States Army Reserve Command (USARC), and subordinate commands.  The contractor shall provide supportability and sustainability expertise in support of program and equipment set analysis. The contractor shall identify operational constraints to fielding and the sustainment of each equipment set. The contractor shall identify, track, and pull information from various Logistics Information Systems (LIS) to support assessment and analysis of program data.  The contractor shall develop fielding plans and logistics demonstration plans, and coordinate them with stakeholders. The contractor shall lead and coordinate the issuance of equipment and facilitate all inventories. The contractor shall serve as the liaison officer (LNO) for Contractor Logistic Support (CLS’s) Field Service Representatives (FSRs) and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs). The contractor shall coordinate the preparation of logistics, supportability, personnel and training portions of system acquisition plans, new material release documents, material fielding plans, operating manuals and systems transition plans. The contractor shall plan all calendar events and mitigate scheduling issues to ensure all goals and objectives are met. The contractor shall lead multiple Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) to ensure integrated logistics support (ILS) elements are addressed in the acquisition, training, testing, fielding, and sustainment of equipment.  The contractor shall provide coordination and support at meetings by producing the agenda, preparing presentation materials and displays, and hosting/participating in the event as required. The contractor shall serve as the subject matter expert and brief CLS supported leadership on JPdM CBRNE A&RS’s responsibilities regarding CRE programs. Continental United and Outside the Continental United States (CONUS and OCONUS) travel is required; 80% travel; Short-travel notices; Suspense dates. The contractor shall perform logistics analyses and support for all ILS elements across every phase of system acquisition. The contractor shall determine level of maintenance, review system parts lists, and make recommendations on the table of allowances. The contractor shall monitor supportability requirements in relation to the established requirements for cost, schedule, and performance. The contractor shall ensure integration of all support elements to maximize system deployability, supportability, and mobility The contractor shall develop, review, analyze, prepare, and/or update ILS studies, analyses, and program documentation in the following areas: Acquisition logistics Supply support Maintenance planning Packaging, handling, storage, and transportation Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) Automatic identification technology Information technology resources Product and technical data Facilities and infrastructure Obsolescence management Deployment and fielding Post production support The contractor shall prepare, review, and maintain Technical Manuals (TMs), training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables. The contractor shall manage, review, and comment on Prime contractor technical manuals, validation efforts, provisioning data, training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables. The contractor shall review and check technical documents for revisions and changes. The contractor shall maintain personal and organizational interactions to enhance stakeholder relations and actively promote rapport with customers. The contractor shall provide logistics support and input to program integrated product teams (IPTs), Integrated Program Reviews (IPRs), and milestone reviews. The contractor shall monitor/protect acquisition-sensitive materiel. The contractor shall draft the ESOH and Facilities sections within the initial Joint Integrated Logistics Assessment (JILA) and update them monthly.  In addition, the contractor shall coordinate input to the reporting process for other sections. The contractor shall review and revise Turn-in Documentation (i.e., Forms 250s, 2062s and 3161s).   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com    
Carter-Lambert Divisions Edgewood, MD Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Logistics Management Specialist Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Guardian (JPM G) Team: Staff Support Location: Edgewood, MD – On-site # of FTEs: 1 Sub-Title: N/A Clearance: Secret   Performance Based Tasks Required The contractor shall analyze the acquisition planning and life cycle management of multiple programs. The contractor shall provide support to the product/project office for the full life cycle management, through development, procurement, and sustainment, applying Department of Defense (DoD) acquisition processes involving life cycle logistics (development, acquisition, testing, product improvements, fielding, and sustainment). The contractor shall perform logistics analyses and support for all integrated logistics support (ILS) elements across every phase of system acquisition. The contractor shall determine level of maintenance, review system parts lists, and make recommendations on the table of allowances. The contractor shall monitor supportability requirements in relation to the established requirements for cost, schedule, and performance. The contractor shall ensure integration of all support elements to maximize system deployability, supportability, and mobility The contractor shall develop, review, analyze, prepare, and/or update ILS studies, analyses, and program documentation in the following areas: Acquisition logistics Supply support Maintenance planning Packaging, handling, storage, and transportation Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) Automatic identification technology Information technology resources Product and technical data Facilities and infrastructure Obsolescence management Deployment and fielding Post production support The contractor shall develop fielding plans and logistics demonstration plans, and coordinate them with stakeholders. The contractor shall prepare, review, and maintain Technical Manuals (TMs), training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables. The contractor shall manage, review, and comment on Prime contractor technical manuals, validation efforts, provisioning data, training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables. The contractor shall review and check technical documents for revisions and changes. The contractor shall maintain personal and organizational interactions to enhance stakeholder relations and actively promote rapport with customers. The contractor shall provide logistics support and input to program integrated product teams (IPTs), Integrated Program reviews (IPRs), and milestone reviews. The contractor shall monitor/protect acquisition-sensitive materiel. The contractor shall develop, establish, implement, and maintain plans, schedules, controls, instructions, and procedures related to ILS. The contractor shall lead and coordinate the JPEO-CBRND Joint Integrated Logistics Assessment (JILA) process for all programs of record from Milestone B to fielding.  In addition, the contractor shall serve as the point of contact to coordinate all Joint Integrated Logistics Assessment (JILA)-related reviews and evaluations. The contractor shall generate a Life Cycle Support Plan (LCSP) for the assigned program. The contractor shall coordinate all levels of training activities (i.e., needs assessments, material development, and execution).  In addition, the contractor shall develop, track, and report schedule and cost activities related to training activities. The contractor shall lead the effort to develop, validate, and place technical manuals (TMs) and special text documents in the Army document system for all programs of record. The contractor shall coordinate the preparation of logistics, supportability, personnel, and training portions of system acquisition plans, new material release documents, Materiel Fielding Plans (MFPs), operating manuals, and system transition plans for CBRNE mobile laboratories. The contractor shall participate in multiple integrated product teams (IPTs) to ensure ILS elements are addressed in the acquisition, training, testing, fielding, and sustainment of mobile laboratories. The contractor shall provide support to Joint Urgent Operational Needs (JUONs). The contractor shall provide supportability and sustainability expertise in support of program and solution set analysis. The contractor shall identify operational constraints to fielding of materiel solution sets. The contractor shall identify and harvest current intelligence and information necessary to support assessment and analysis of program data. The contractor shall interpret collected information to inform testing and analysis with definition of representative threats. The contractor shall support the development of program evaluation criteria. The contractor shall support the development of system capabilities and limitations reports. The contractor shall perform cataloging requirements of items (including Non Standard Equipment) through Army Enterprise System Integration Program (AESIP). The contractor shall enter data and conduct lateral transfer actions in Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS) and Global Combat Support System – Army (GCSS-A). Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com            
Carter-Lambert Divisions Edgewood, MD, USA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Logistics Management Specialist Level: III GS Equivalent: 13 Requiring Office: Joint Enterprise Fielding and Surveillance (JEFS) Team: Staff Support Location: Albany, GA – On-site-1; Camp Lejeune, NC– On-site-1; Camp Pendleton, CA– On-site-1 # of FTEs: 3 Sub-Title: Fielding and Surveillance Specialist and Team Leads Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certifications Required Three (3) to five (5) years CBRND or relevant experience.   Performance Based Tasks Required Manage and Supervise Fielding and Surveillance Team (FST) to meet Customer support requirements. Communicate with customers to define their requirements and develop sustainment support plans. Provide subject matter expertise guidance to Customers. Develop, manage, and execute FST budget requirements. Review and Submit CBRN equipment surveillance reports and associated EARS data from surveillance efforts. Maintain appropriate Defense Chemical Test and Evaluation (DCTE) certification required to perform machine testing of CBRND respirators. Complete Train-The-Trainer courses and serve as a New Equipment Training (NET) Instructor IAW AR 350-1. Conduct DCTE maintenance and repair including intermediate level maintenance to complete DCTE maintenance certification. Operate designated surveillance support equipment such as sealers, air compressors, special tools, and Material Handling Equipment as required. Operate and conduct mask testing on Joint Service Mask Leakage tester (JSMLT). Develop and sustain subject matter expertise of all CBRND equipment and provide related technical support to JPMs, Services, and other customers as requested. Review and comment on technical manuals, validation efforts, provisioning data, training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables. Plan and develop effective product support strategies to meet established goals for operational effectiveness and readiness.  Plan, coordinate, and execute surveillance efforts through visual inspections, functional tests, and/or machine testing to evaluate the condition and quality of retail/owner and wholesale CBRND equipment in accordance with established directives and procedures. Conduct Total Package Fielding (TPF) of CBRND assets with Fielding Coordinators by managing scheduling aspects of the fielding process, performing de-processing, inventory, hand-off, and completing documentation requirements IAW AR 700-142. Generate CBRN equipment surveillance reports and associated EARS data from surveillance efforts. Operate designated surveillance support equipment such as sealers, air compressors, special tools, and Material Handling Equipment as required. Operate and conduct mask testing on Joint Service Mask Leakage tester (JSMLT). Review system parts lists and make recommendations on the table of allowance. Submit all required requests for the expenditure of funds (i.e. travel requests, transportation requests, and procurement requests). Comply with host facility regulations relevant to safety and environmental issues. Ability to travel frequently in CONUS and OCONUS. Submit all required requests for the expenditure of funds (i.e. travel requests, transportation requests, and procurement requests).   Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com  
Carter-Lambert Divisions Albany, GA , Camp Lejeune, NC, Camp Pendleton, CA Full-Time
Oct 29, 2018
LCAT: Logistics Management Specialist Level: II GS Equivalent: 12 Requiring Office: Joint Enterprise Fielding and Surveillance (JEFS) Team: Staff Support Location: Albany, GA – On-site-3; Camp Lejeune, NC – On-site-4; Camp Pendleton, CA– On-site-2 # of FTEs: 9 Sub-Title: Fielding and Surveillance Technicians Clearance: Secret   Experience and/or Certification Required Three (3) to five (5) years CBRND or relevant experience.   Performance Based Tasks Required Maintain appropriate Defense Chemical Test and Evaluation (DCTE) certification required to perform machine testing of CBRND respirators. Complete Train-The-Trainer courses and serve as a New Equipment Training (NET) Instructor IAW AR 350-1. Conduct DCTE maintenance and repair including intermediate level maintenance to complete DCTE maintenance certification. Operate designated surveillance support equipment such as sealers, air compressors, special tools, and Material Handling Equipment as required. Operate and conduct mask testing on Joint Service Mask Leakage tester (JSMLT). Develop and sustain subject matter expertise of all CBRND equipment and provide related technical support to JPMs, Services, and other customers as requested. Review and comment on technical manuals, validation efforts, provisioning data, training packages, and other logistics-related deliverables. Plan and develop effective product support strategies to meet established goals for operational effectiveness and readiness.  Plan, coordinate, and execute surveillance efforts through visual inspections, functional tests, and/or machine testing to evaluate the condition and quality of retail/owner and wholesale CBRND equipment in accordance with established directives and procedures. Conduct Total Package Fielding (TPF) of CBRND assets with Fielding Coordinators by managing scheduling aspects of the fielding process, performing de-processing, inventory, hand-off, and completing documentation requirements IAW AR 700-142. Generate CBRN equipment surveillance reports and associated EARS data from surveillance efforts. Operate designated surveillance support equipment such as sealers, air compressors, special tools, and Material Handling Equipment as required. Operate and conduct mask testing on Joint Service Mask Leakage tester (JSMLT). Review system parts lists and make recommendations on the table of allowance. Submit all required requests for the expenditure of funds (i.e. travel requests, transportation requests, and procurement requests). Comply with host facility regulations relevant to safety and environmental issues. Ability to travel frequently in CONUS and OCONUS.  Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com      
Carter-Lambert Divisions Albany, GA , Camp Lejeune, NC, Camp Pendleton, CA Full-Time