LCAT: Program Logistician Level: III Ft. Detrick, MD
Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD, USA
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
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
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 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.
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