Description: Support SMEs for respective organizations, including IMRL, SE, P&P, Tech Data, etc. Performs various tasks related to the development, operation, evaluation, and improvement of weapon systems supportability and/or maintainability programs and information systems. Works on logistics and maintainability programs and with logistics and maintenance control organizations on issues such as: technical evaluation and identification of weapons systems logistics requirements and resources; development of logistics support and maintainability programs or plans; systems acquisition requirements analysis; budgetary or financial analysis and control; life cycle cost analysis and control; weapons systems hardware and software standardization and compatibility; Integrated Logistics Support (ILS)/Reliability & Maintainability (R&M) program test and evaluation planning and execution; and, ILS/R&M program management analysis. Collects, compiles, analyzes, investigates, researches, or applies logistics, maintenance, acquisition, or financial data and information. Develops, modifies, prepares, or validates documentation in relation to automated logistics or maintenance data reporting systems, and management information systems. This position is in direct support to the APML and DAPMLs.
Education Requirements: 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 must include: At least six (6) years of experience in operational logistics support/maintenance engineering, or Demonstrated Master Logistician (DML) plus three (3) years of recent experience in acquisition logistics/maintenance engineering. Three (3) years’ experience in technical analysis of operational ILS requirements. Three (3) years of specific experience in operational logistics planning. Experience or education demonstrating ability to perform ILS studies, analysis, and evaluations in support of DoD weapons
systems/equipment. ALLOWABLE SUBSTITUTION: An MS or MA degree may be substituted for two (2) years of operations logistics experience.