LCAT: Program Logistician Level: IV San Diego, CA Panama City, FL
San Diego, CA Panama City, FL
Strategy - Planning
LCAT: Program Logistician Level: IV
GS Equivalent: 14/15
Requiring Office: Joint Project Management Information Systems (JPM IS)
Support Location: San Diego, CA – On-site; Panama City, FL – Off-site
# of FTEs: 2
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).
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.