Purchasing - Procurement
LCAT: Program Logistician
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
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
Concurrent engineering, operating, and cost performance
Test and evaluation
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.
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