Oct 29, 2018

LCAT: Program Logistician Level: II Stafford, VA

  • Carter-Lambert Divisions
  • Stafford, VA, USA
Full-Time Defense Government Logistics Other

Job Description

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

States

VA  

Security Clearance

Active Secret

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