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Logistics Analyst (Supply Chain)

Lexington Park, MD
Description:  The Supply and Logistics Support analyst will report to the Acquisition Assistant Program Manager for Logistics (APML) and will perform logistics integration of multiple Mission Systems equipment/effort and the required tasking to ultimately develop the life cycle support strategy and specific logistics elements related to the acquisition and fielding of Mission Systems equipment.  The individual will have knowledge of Department of Defense (DoD) budget processes including the Baseline Assessment Memorandum process for APN-6 funds, Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) and Systems Engineering Technical Review (SETR) Process to ensure supportability objectives are complete, accurate and in accordance with the requirements of the NAMP and established program goals.  Develop presentations, administrate meetings and supporting documents, coordinate supply spares and budgeting and related logistics inputs and products due in from multiple team members to.  The individual will review, recommend and submit inputs to Technical Data Package, Master Bill of Materials, Contract Data Requirements List, Statements of Work, Drawing and Configuration changes. 
Requirements: Responsible for assisting in the development, sustainment, and execution of logistics support tasks that define system performance requirements to ensure the desired levels of Mission Systems supportability, availability and sustainment is properly planned for and achieved.  This position ensures the execution with regard to the 12 Integrated Product Support (IPS) Elements (Maintenance Planning & Management, Manpower & Personnel, Support Equipment, Supply Support, Technical Data, Training & Training Support, Computer Resources, Facilities & Infrastructure, Design Interface, and Packaging, Handling, Storage & Transportation, Sustaining Engineering and Product Support Management).  Individual must be familiar with the various Naval Aviation Enterprise and Naval Air Systems Command briefing cycles and be proficient in the use of MS Word, Powerpoint and Excel programs.

Education: BS or BA degree
ALLOWABLE SUBSTITUTION: An additional five (5) years of acquisition or operational logistics management experience may be substituted for a BS or BA degree.

Experience:
At least six (6) years of experience in:
 Lifecycle logistics support,
 Weapons system acquisition, or
 Weapons system sustainment
ALLOWABLE SUBSTITUTION: A Demonstrated Master Logistician (DML) plus three (3) years of experience in lifecycle logistics support, weapons system acquisition, or weapons system sustainment may be substituted for the six (6) years of experience required above.
 
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